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For the Cure of loughs. (JoldiJ
Hoarseness. Bronchitis.Croup, Influ-I
enza, Asthma. Whooping Cough. In-I
cipient Consumption and for the re-l
lief of consumptive persons m advanH
cea stages 01 me disease, r or aaie
by all Druggists. Price, t$ Cents.
, TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Uee the Magneton Appliance Co.'t
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PRICE ONLY $5.
They are pricelees to laimss, NTUMtir and
child x with wiaklohu; nocaaeofrNsvaoM'A
oa chodp i" ever ka wo wbeie tbeee
tarmente are wo-n. Tney alio prevent and cure
SiaT DimOOLTIia, COLDS, MMOM TliM, HSUEAI.
IA, THROAT THOUSLKS, UIPUTH KBI A, CA AHBH, AMD
AU. HiNDsao ouiaiii. W(i1wib any service
for thus TSAHa Are worn over the unJer-clolu-!
f A T A R R IT lt ' nced'em to deicribe the
JJX 1 xxIV IVlXj symptom of ibis nausoous dis
ease that U tapping the 1 (a and strength of only
too many of tha fatiestand batof both sexes
Labor, study and resserch ia Amarlca, Kuropo and
Intern lands, h ive resulted in the Maisnetlo Laos;
Protector, etfirding cure f r Catarrh, an me it
which contains No Okooo nor inn Htstim, and
with the continuous stream of Manetim per
meeting; through the afflicted organs, host
srtoaa thim to a I4ltht ction. WiPL-onun
rnion for this Appliance at less than one-iwenileth
of the price asked by others for remedies upon
which yon take all the chances, and w isrictau
IT inttti tbe patronage of the many fihsons who
hars tried dhummo thiib exoaucHa wituoct ar-
HOW TO OBTAIN Goh5 gffii
list and aik for them. If thy have not got them,
write to the proprietors, enclosing thu price in let.
tan at onr risk, and thar shall bo sent to ran at
ones hv mail. Dostoald.
Send stamp lor the "Hew Departure In Medl
aal Treat .eut wrrHctrt midioi," wUh tboo
eands of testimonial.
THB MAQN ETON APPLIANCE CO.,
SIS dtate Street, Chlcigo, 111.
Hon. Send one dollar in postage stamps or
Mrrnoy(ln letter at onr risk) with site of shoo
sially worn, at. d try a pair of our Uagnette In
eolee, and be convinced of tbs power residing In
Mr Magnetic Appliances. Positively no cold feet
where titer are worn, or money refunded. 109-ly
Q.EORGE H. LEACH. M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tha Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and disease of women
OFFICB On 14th street, opposite tha Poet-
om cs, cairo. m. .
J)R. J. E. STRONG, ' '
. rHoniceopathist. .
. 129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
TAPOB, BLKOTBO-VAPOH avd MEDIOATKD
A lady In attendance.
)R. W. C. JCCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Aveaee
jyR. B. W. WHITLOCK,
, Dental Surgeon. r
OWion Ho. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
Bgfct'j and Ninth Btreeta
IN Nil UA ft IK,
Boot & Shoe
; STORE, j , j
I. 90 Com'l itrx, Bet Stb k 6th 8U,
- Juat facetted fall .na of '
FALL uro WINTER GOODS
wklch ha will aelt at the lowest bottom prices, it
reprises tha best or BT. LOU 18 HAnO-M ADR
Woe or vorru "mavviavtvaagr IiAuiao
Md OHILDRBM'rt S80K8, m4 QSHT8' SUB
mm a niinra .nil Hnnsa.
7XrWa alto make to order anything In our line
ajf uemt material en worameoonip.
Tho Ideal Call&raphi
TH1 PtflFIOTwRITiNG MAprflNI.
J VltTery MaoiUna warranted. Ao
rinatanie tma Dars. Deneotante-
mauo paper iwra, wren onrana
ble-tODetnn. no lost motion. br-
elaul plattn; ligtit carrlaire. AU
. ' parMlntareliaiigeabla. lioes tbs)
v4 three penmen, much neeter and nor
ia. mces, ai v.uu ana teD.uu.
PMKM, ItlTrll 00., 410 N. M, M. Uss,
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YHB i DAILY
The i Daily Bulletin.
Judge Robiuson conveutil tnuDty court
yaaterday meraioff to dinpoee of tarartl
crimioils Id the county Jail egaloat whom
State's 'Attorney Leek had Bled informa
tions. Cbarlee Turpin, a negro boy, pleaded
guilty to the charge of atealing a hog, and
was, seotenoed to one year la the reform
cheol. John Walker, another negro boy,
pleaded guilty to the charge of atealing
coal from cars, and was aantenced to one
year in the reform school. James Sheri
dan pleaded gnilty to tbs charge of steal
ing a lady's cloak from in tront of the store
of , Meters. J. 4 L. Burger, snd wai sen
tenoedto twenty days ia tbs county jail
and to pay it fine of 120. Joseph McCarthy
pleaded guilty to the charge of stealing
two kits of mackerel from Meters. E. San
ders & Son, and be was fined $10 and sen
tenced to thirty days In the county jail.
Referring to tbe proepectWe senatorial
election in the 50th district, the Cheater
Tribune ley a: "Ia the. 00th senatorial dis
trictjust south of us there promises to
be a lirely scramble tor the Democratic
nomination for Senator. Hon. W. A. Lem
ma, of Carbondale, preaent incumbent, and
Quo. W. Hill, Esq., of Murphjaboro, both
want the nomination, and both are spoken
f as mott excellent and able gentlemen.
Our preference, howerer, it Judge Lemma.
We know Dim personally, and speak from
experience whan we say tbe Democrats ef
the 00th dittrict could do no better than
nominate .him for the place. During the
put four years ha baa serred his district
faithfully and well, and there ia no appar
ent rsaaon why he ahould be tet atide for
new man. Tbe old mtxim, "Let well
enough alone," should be applied in his
cue. .Tbs district is Democratic by a
The Paducah News claims to hae
been '.'informed by parties who came up
from Cairo on the Fowler . last Tuesday,"
that a prominent broker of this city named
W. B. Mahon, was killed by thugs the
night before. It is of course useless to in
form the News that the whole story, so far
as Cairo is concerned, is untrue; that Mr.
Mahon did not lire here and was not killed
hare, but at Mt. Carmel; and that the uso
dated press dispatoh detailing the occur
ence and purporting to hare been sent
from Cairo wu wroogly dated. Another,
i special dispatch, published ilmuluoeout
ly with the auocisted prsts' dispatch, giv
ing the same occurrence, wu dated, the
Sams day at Mt. Carmel, add Wu correct in
very particular. Cairo hu not had a mur
der for a number or ysars; hasn't bad a
robbery or burglary or larceny for several
months, and hain't bad sven a "plain
drunk" all this week. The millennium is
closest hand in Cairo. Our people geoar
ally have so i far advanced on the straight
and narrow path, under the banner or nou
neat, that they have reached , that state of
saotification in tha. flesh, which will insure
them all front seats in the parquette of , the
New Jerusalem, where the curtain , shall
rise for the lut grand show in which the
Lord will be leading star, Satan the heavy
villain and miserable Paducth the "fearful
example'! that will aerve the leading atar
as a tabject for a lecture upon tbe sinfulness
of sin, at the conclusion of the programme,
Newspapers in all psrts of the district
are already beginning to teel around for
Candidates for the different offices, con
grettionaj and senatorial, to be filled next
fall. It ia interesting to watch them ; and,
tor the time being, the; suggestions snd
comments are harmletV ' the Pinkneyville
Democrat spsaks thus of Capt. Murphy as
a Democaatlo candidate bext fall, replying
to an "editorial of, a contemporary :
"The Tribune save tbe friends of W.E
Murphy are anxious that he should become
a candidate for congress this fall. But
there is not a ghost of a show for a Demo
crat in this district. The first is true. If
Mr. Murphy will consent to make the race
We believe the nomination will be tendered
him 'with'imt yery little, if any opposition.
But the last aaeertion we think is untrue
A man who can overcome 800 majority and-
roll up a majority of 500 for himselt in his
own county oan earry tbe district ; on
fair, honest vote. Mr. Murphy did this,
and if it had not been fer the great amount.
of "flrini thinea" that wu done in the
southern counties he would have een elect
ed. In i Williamson country they traded.
Murphy for Lodge and in Johnson county
thev traded Murpbr for Bpann.' Both iof
these gentlamsn were 'candidates, on.j the
Democratic ticket for fepresentatiTe. If
there hid only been ope candidate Jn that
dittrict it is euv to ue what the result
would have Deen.' The Democrat is tor
Murphy if he want the office, and major,
ity of tbe people ate with tbe paper in thai
respect" ! ,.
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- ' The road from SanJosoto the sum
mit of Mount Hamilton, on whioh:the
,j Lick Observatory., is approaching com
.. pletion a distance, oi twenty-seven
..miles was , constructed at . a cost oi
.t ,$80,000, and has already . become .one
j oi the famous drives of the State."1' The
roadis-so Smooth, so. well maintained
and of such easy, 'grade's, that a good
i snn of horses attached to a: light wag-
: on oan easily make , the ascent in ' four
.1 boars. . ,-,:. ; . '
' The Chinese are badly ' in need of
gunboats, and It IS possible that if we
move quickly wn mav be able to trade
our flsvv for a couple of fcenuine an-
1, tlque TAsesV Which will hold water if
u thej won't Boat, ifUladclkia Call ,
OAIHQ BULLETIN ; , SATURDAY MQRN1NU, JANUARY 2G, 1884.
W. P. Labmdiw. near editor ol Tan Boli.stisi
and eleamboat paseenter aienl. Orders for all
inasorsiaamnoat Job Drtatlna solicited. Ufflce
at Bowor'a Caronean Hotel, Mo. TS Ohio lovoe.
tTAOM OP Til BIVUU
The river marked by the1 gauge at this
port at ) p. m, ; 17 feet I inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Jan. 95. River U feet 9
iaebu and rising.
CineinqaU; Jan. 13,-Rlw 18 feet 4
isekts and falling, '
Leuisvllle, Jan. S5. Rirsr 8 test 8
Itches and falling. '
Ifuhville, Jan. 35 River 14 feetl ia-
chss end rising.' ' 1 '' ' ':- '
Pitttburg, Jan. 15. River 8 feet 6 inch
es had rising, -i-
t Louis, Jst t5.-Rivsr It feet 4 lach
es snd 'rising. i;' '
1 SUVBS 1TXHS.
The Annie P. Silver crowed over from
the "old 'Kentucky shore" lut evening,
snd com saenoed receiving freight for tbe
lower Mieaitalppi. - She it advertised to
leave this evening for New Orlesns.
, - " - ' . i
Yesterday the ice wu floating again
and the weather moderating. ' But we in
tend to "stick' to our text," snd make no
comments u to the result. ' '
The Paris O. Brown left Memphia Thurs
day evening, leaded flat to the guards.
Bhe receivefi 8,800 sacks of corn bstwaen
here and Memphis. 1 1 1 ' " : " -
The big fine side wheel steamer Thot.
Sherlock, arrived here at ' 9 o'clock last
night: 'She leaves for ; New'Orleans thit
morning. Passengert going south by river
can secure tickets fiom W. F. Lambdin,
agent, or on board the stssmer. Capt. Pat-
tenon is in command, and the courteous
and affable Billy Mclntire in the office.
The EllaKimbrough is due to-night from
Memphis, and she has a fine trip. Hurrah
for Capt. Hilir uf 5 r' 1 '", "
Capt Patteraon of tbe Thoe. Sherlock bat
his hie ; wife,' iqd accomplished daughters
with him; making the round trip to New
No boats left Cincinnati yeaterday,but
the Golden 'Crown' ' tor New Orleans and
tbs Jos. W. Gaff for Memphis sre adver
tised to leave this evening.
Mr. Nick Pennington, manager here of
the Iron Mountain and Wabash railroads,
left for St. Louit last eveninn on the Short
line. " -"
.. Tbe Gus, Fowler, Capt, Taylor Martin
was on time yesterday and departed in the
sam manner. The Captain ssys it is all
glory now " running" a stsamboat, but ne
The Guiding Star Is climbing the Missis
sippi in good shape, and will report here to
morrow night for Cincinnati. .
TheNuhville'and Cairo packets will
commence running through next week, if
not barred tmt by ice."' 1 i
The Ohip'is ttill falling from Pittsburgh
to Cairo. f -
Prof. R.y of the Signal Service here pre
dicts a big t ain. -
Busuii'M on the wharf was dull yesterday,
there, being no arrivalt, or,, departurei. ex
cept the Gus Fowler. ' , i
i. ..i.iti;. . ....... .
impossibility ; tickling in the throat, husk-
iness oi the voice, violent coughing, etc.,
are the effects et a savsre cold. Dr. Bull't
Cough Syrup cures the cold at once and re
moves its serious effects.
A, doctor has been called in to pro
scribe for a sick child, and ' having ex
amined the patient writes a proscrip
tion and leaves instructions as to tho
t treatment', of ..the t little sufferer. On
1 making his visit tho next morning the
prince of science is surprised to find the
' household in tears.' "Aly poor child!"
sdbs the riiother, I! never thought that
, he would die of croup!'' .''Of croupP'l
echoes the doctor; !'do you mean to say
that.the cbild had crpupr ,lVhy didn't
i you toll mer"'. . r. .,i
, , LETTER LIST. .
UBT Of L8TTERS BKUATXINO) UNC1UED
. , FOK IB THE POSTOrnCB AT CAIRO, ILL,
' SATOBOAT, JAXOABY 28, 1884. ;
f .. tADIB8,lUSf.:;"" '
nlallie Brown, Millie, Baxter, Froois
Brown; Purollla Dunlap, Xmma Dunklin,
Jane Fors, M EGonmed, N A Hays, Nsncy
Harris, . Matilda Harvey (I), ' Gusaie Jones,
Fannie Jones, Emma Jones, Sarah McGow
en, Renme Mainell, Llriie Meyers, Ad deli a
Nuera, Auguata Myersy Delia Lomer, Lizzie
O Ladghtin', Mary Powells, Tiaona Porter,
Sallit Taylor " Bailie, Tomours, Leili
Dillmao, Kathrine Webster, Tinnie Wash
ington, Mary J Wilkms, Mamie Zooks.
William Burrell, Mote Bray, E G Beas
ler, Samuel Boor, Dayid Asbbrook, W H
Cain, Jobo.iH Crecline,',! H '.Cowen, Mr
Cowh-fi, Ben Collins,: Charles F - Duncan,
WH Oreeb.Gsm Grayson William Bene
soy1, 'Weitley r Horton,-' Joteph Haller, J C
Hancock.t ,'Basibn; Joseph ' Hudletton,
Job Hagerty,, Itic Hutchetnn, Jamei H
Blaksry, B L Hamslton, Willie Jenkins,
John Jbrderhetr;1 John Johnson, O Johns,
J B KiensonjF Kohn, Kennedy and George
Tanner, yt.$ tudwig' J H Loui,, Albert
Lee, John McLeugb,' James Marshal,; John
Mable,'. Geo-Jlorrlog,1 Adkins McKanzee,
taio Qliver'.J G O JarkW,Trank Pattertbn,
J PParkerf , Edward ,Piide,: Charles Peak,
King Russell, David Rollins; J W Sullon,
Charlay Chars, Ben Stephens, W B (TbSlr'
1J L Thomas, Wm Wailburt, , Lewis WU-
Poraont". jajling for tha above letters will
please ssyadfef Used. '. k'..'i ...m 1
. '' ; W. If . Mobpst, Postmuttr,
A to ruilrond progress In Mexleoi
tho New Orlcam TimfDtinorrut say.
'Tho .KnglUli were twenty years In
building ;'ti:l inilos of rallrnnd from
Vera Cruz to tho capital. The Ameri
cans hnve built 2,fi(k) mllosof railroads,
on Moxiuan ton ilory, within rive years.
The Central Company alone has con
structed 1,400 miles at different points,
and the Mexican Nationnl sbout 900
miles. Tho milmidy ginnted tho com
pauios will hvit:ij,'o 11,(KH) In round
mi ui bora per mil". It results tlinn that
tho prommt Adiuliilittrntloti has jiaid
theiti eomitaniim tho oiioniiuUN euni,
for 3,000 miles if road, of f '."J. 000, 000.
It is prohulile th tit uioie tlmn 1,000
union of rmul htivo Uwn built by Mexi
can ntul other companion during tho
sniuo period, and which enjoy tho
tamo or even xrcntttr riunttidio. To the
above mini must be added f 11,000, 000
more. This lol.nl of fM.OOO.OOO has iu
a grout ineiHiu'e Itctni paid lu cusli."
ART -:- CLASSES
The Woman's Club
and Libary Ass'n.
Olaas In Oil Palntlns. under Mrs.
Class in Woml-carTlni;, Knponse In Brass,
tno: and M mini ng, Mrs V. Knrsmnyor. i'lass In
Kreeuaticl uniwiii, t'liarcoal, Crayon ana J'astel
Work, Mr. K. M. Ilouxh.
K"r term and arrangnmHiits apply to Instructors,
tr to the Hoceiarr of tho Woman's Club and
Mnuroturor and Dealer tn
6th Stroot., betweon Com'l Ave. ud Laveu.
CHOKE BORING i A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCNITIOH.
iafe Heialred. All Kinds ol Kn?e Made.
iwbikt a. smith.
Grand Central Store.
DUALS US IN
' . ' 1 OAIKO.ILtl rIOtS.
: -i. ; r , .
., FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
HiirheHt Cash Pri Paid for Wheat, -
HKNRT K. TAYLOR, Master.
GEOBQE JOBEs, Clerk.
Leaves Padacah for Csiro dally (Sabdayi except-
east a a. m , ana Monna cur atl p. m. ' naiurn
InK.laaTes Cairo at 4 p.m.; Moutxl City at 6 p.m.
fJIHE CITY NATIONAL BANE. .
v " Of Cairo, nilnola).
71 OHIO LEVEE. '
, A General Banking Business 1
; ' i .pv VUIIUUVW3U.; ,;
THOU. W. J1ALUUAY .
JfJNTEUPKISE SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, ''-! ' S
KXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS WAS K.
T1IOS. W. HALL1DAY,
ALEXANDER COUNTY ;;
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
' ' CAIRO, IL.L8.
P. BROSB, PreiiAent.
I P WBFP, VtcaPres'nl
iTi J.Kerth.Asst cash
' v '" " 1 Dirwt-rai
P. Bross..'..,... ...Ca'ro I William Klaaa. .Cairo
Peter Neff " I WUIlam Wolf....
C. M Osterloh ' " O. O. Patter..- '
E.A.Bader H. Wells ,
J. Y. Clemron, Caledonia.; ' ' . i
AQERERAtiBANEIKO BtJSISKSS DOTSE. ,
Exehanire sold and boniht. ' Interest psld li
the Havioaa Department. Collections made and
ell business promptly siwndud to.
f" 111 toera Ouu ar Okkao (ft
1 MHSI UU), f Mill Irwllas all frt-
tsm. Mwtcas. OknaM 4 aiiil 41
iMMcltr I, mU SlMMM, tU. COS- (
mum Ill Mr kr UUM- fra
Dr. Km ( Mm Mir shrill la U
Hrilulnmkimii nw. M
- A. .
IMV PB. B.B. KAHa,
liMt Mini M.sasa aatU In Ml '. g"1'"'
taJg, a.alto aa w. leesei. as- iwe.
NO. 110 COMMERCIA1V
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and
Wm. Ludwig &
Rnllnved and cured without snrKlclal operation, traaa torture or rtotunllou from labor by Dr. J. A.
hhnnusu's sysieui. 1'atlunta frton abroad csn recalvn trsalmmit anil limre for hums same i sr. Kun
turn m hi triiHi.ua nnin linnlitgo, kldue and blsdder alfortlous, alfnct tne nervous syslciu, loipair
mm' ood and briiiK nu linpotrncr and other deplorable a'linnts. All ihu.e trouliics inmuviiil and
prlmlllvn siiiiihIiiii.s rimiurnd by Dr. Hhnrraan'a treatraent. Hook, with continuous Iniloisciiifluts for
the pesl Ihl'ty Ave years from uhyelolani, meicliaate, elnrKynien, (armors anil others who hate hen
cured, iimIIh I fur ion ce.its. Our Hmvlhe, el the Vienna Institute, nl I.imiIs, Mh., hits sltur d tlm like,
ni'sa of I'lirml iihiIhiiIi In Dr. Bhnrrnsn'e illnstrataa pamplilels.'Olrw pioa to piirsnnntu thnm, and pub
llnhnii lliHin as pstlnals to he cured. Thle bold fraud to dupe tnu eflllcte i Is fully eiponml In an lllus
trntutl circular whioh la sent to an one who writes for It. HI not thu rmhl.'tlou of tonna patlun s ra
daily romlnK from a I pacta of the country for treatment. Day of conciliation at New Vora oillce. 'i'
troailway, Mouday, Tnuaday and Haturdaf each week,
Mutual Life & Accident
- society, ;
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS, j
Oifanlzcd December, 1883, Under the
Law of 18 Oil. 1
duccessnr to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, organised July 4th, 1877, uuder
-tbe laws of 1871. gal
Py: ' ......
JOMlf If. ROBINSON.
WM. BTRATi'. N
J. A. GOMjSTTNB....
"': i "-(t !
BOARD OF DIRECTORS por Iit YEAR.
Wm. Htrattnu, Btrntton A Bird, probers, Cairo, III.,
J. A. doidntlne, olUoldstlna A Koeenwster, whole
sale and retitil dry good;C. W.Uunnln, M. P.:
Pros.rtd.M I Ft., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
eommlaelu ui hauti J. H. Hobliison, oonotr
luilge an noinry public; Wm, P. Pitcher, com.
broker and insurance agent; R. U Balrd. elty
sttset snpurvlsor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary) K, V.
F;srcf,auoruoy tt-law, l)uiuoln III. ; K. 0. Paca
cashier of ''entnnnlal Bun, Ashler, III.) Albert
Hayden, caeb,lr of Oeorge Connelly A Co.. Hprlng
field. 1 1 ; B. M dnnn, sttorney-at-law, iu Raa
dnlpa street, Chicago Hon, Robt. A. Hatcher, at-torno-at
law, Charleston, Ho t H. Lslghton,
cashisr First Nstloaal Hank, htnart, Iowa, .
fA'ewnd'lJorhpiW kotef; frohMniO ''iHifos
Bucoiiu anq nyroaa Btreeu, (
; j f Cairo. Illinois,
' , ' .
The Passenger Depot of the Chicago, St. Loo It
and . Orleans t Illinois Caatral; wabaeh, Mt,
Louis and Pacific; lion Monntaln and Hontbern,
Mobile and lObio; Cairo, aad 81. Loots Railways
are all Just across the street; while tha Steamboat
LaDditigls Imt oneisoare distant. 1..., .
This Hotel la heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric CafJ Bella.
Aatnmatio Wre-Alarras, Batbs, absolately pur air,
perlecteewerage and complete appolntmente
r Sapetb fkrouhlnga; perfect aerrlce; and an an
excelled table. , !
PARKKB AC CJO Xhmi
Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Dneqnaled for
.1 I U.h
rnvate ana ruDiie liines.
Sold OutriifHt for 93 Op.
, ..,..( . , , prDltaa iieni. .. ;
fO'VC'.-.'.ftf f " , I : 1
I They are In evarj wav far snperior to the aua
Amateur Mechanical Terepbonea now being told
thronghoot tha eonntr. They are tho ifajv tela
phonea having an Automatlo Una Wire Tlgntner
and ther are the only Telephonte theii'i ara, pro
tected br an Outdoor. LUhtnlog Arreiterl AU
sonnds are dellrored m clear and netarat tones
Thar are tne neatest, tnuatdarable and reaajre Ism
attention asd reoalre than anv Other
made. Sond lor onr illustrated airtqlai
ranted.. .THK V. 8. IK Lb)
THK V. 8., iBLliPHONI CO.,
.. . U - 4ianofaeUrere,
' Nos. MAM West St., Madleon lad. i
P. O.lloxW. :" I ' i
8 '' k ' ; I aM '
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Lndwia. ,& Go.,
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fill 1-1 !...... .. . ,
PrW Paid ifor--
NKW ADVtitllHK M I' NTH.
fly addressing yUO, 1'. itOWKLL A CO, 10
Hprucn Mt , New York, csn loam thu exact cost
of sny proposed line or ADVhKTISINO In Amer
ican Newspapers, tVliO-pnipt Pamphlet, inc.
on James Hlver Vs., lu a north
ern sotllsmuut. IHuntrHt 'd clr-
IrUH. J. F. MANCUA,
For Many Hcmoiih.
Benson's Capolna 1'orons i'lasturs oicul all
Other exinri al remedies. Prompt, blilily luedlcl
I have a nnnttlva niniif fnr the hii il iuiiM 1 br Its
om thonsnnils of ou.t of the wnrvtkinu anu 01 lone1
UhlnlUeffloao,thl will sond'fWO Mivm.KA
f Ran, toftUisr with a VAL.UAH1.H TKKATIMK on
1 anr aii0i
Olveovriwn ami 1. U
of Volnmi s s year. The choicest llterittue of ths
world." Catalogue free, Lowest prims sverkuown.
Iot eold by deal. re. Henl for uxsmlnallnu before
payment on evldnnce of good fnltb,
JOHN U. ALDKN, I'nbllsher,
P.O. Doi 1J7. IH Ve ty Ht., Now York
' Whenl ssy cure I do not mesn mur.ljr U sUip thnm
Sr a lime and lhn h t hem ml urn a-ln, I niMn
rutioajoure. I have made thodfumnl b ITS, KIM
L KPHT OR PAlX I NO B ICK N KNH a II fe-liing stud j.
1 IwwTantmrrsmsdrtoourethswiiniteMM. llmitiM
" ethws hsM hlM Is nenauKia I or not now raoelvtni a
... eats. .BiindaSonof IijraTnllMaiidaPrMnnttleo(
1 mylefllll.rrni(r. drnkxprsMend PoabaDse. It
. 1 .
617 It. Cbarlsi Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. renl 0-r,luafw of two mrdleel
aollsgei, has been longer euKSged In the trtat
,- meut of C in
rorio. xsarrouei, IMHn and
. lilpnd DIsssmS Ulan sort
at, Lou la, as city iiaiifrs shew anil all old rani-
vnm maj mnrr pnysjpiaii in
dents know. ( oniii'iat'oi, e office or at mall.
' sud all
li Ores and hivlted. A friend! talkor hla1ilnlon
. w.uw,ii,, , 1, iiii,.iiii,rmcii,K tirii
' th fltV trAtVn IlkAllll-lnaa nmn u... .
by msllor'iprru avvrrwbere. Curable cai
Itated. CsO or Write,,
doubt exists It Isfranklr
i 'lartomi Prostratloa, Debility, Mental tod
- fiy11" Weakness, Meircnrlal and other
' wtwn of Throat, Btin and Conoe, Blood
! Iapurltisa and Blood Poifloninir, Skin Affne-
f y0"', 9 0Ttl '" Wen, Impedimente to
t . MarrUys, Rhenmatlem, Piles'. ' Speoial
! attanUod to eases from over-workad brain.
PQIOAIi CASE3 receive speelal attention.
Disease! arising from Impradeneei, ExaesMaj
Indnlgsnms or Erpoaurss.
It Is self-erldsnt that a phytrlan paying
Jreat skllu and phyiirlaus In regular practice
II over the country knowing tlil, ft(..iin .ly
recommend eaemito the nlilnt (.ffice In America,
where every kuowu appliance Is restirted to,
iM too proveici grocitl rin-ilt of ell
agea and countrlee ar used. A whole home l
Bied for office purtiowe, and all aretrratMl with
skill In a renpectftil manner 1 anil, knowing
mat 10 on.noexnerlmenwarania.ie. uo ac-
charges are- kept low, often lower than Is
AemandiMl bv ot hert If you I'liiro the skl'l
of thu rrt numlM'r aniilvlni'. the
X and gets speedy and perfect lii'wcirrj. that Is
i -.aant to any addreu (tee.
toe important matter, ruuiujiui,
fine iiiiooiinrn nr
tS. I mnilliinua. uwiara.1 1 rauta.
'Eteran ciom ana """"""t
Braird for SO
a.wki nn iiinfurM. tree to Ilfn . artlrle on tha
u. . . n nMiAirn nr rurrencv. V
vrr fifty won
sbllowinriuhJecU. Who may marry, who not;
5hyt Proper age, to marry. Who marry first,
anhood, womanhood. Phi-ilnl dKny. Who
Should marry. Wow life snd hnHlnt" may be
seteisMl. Thnte married or rolitemnlatlnf
tarrying should read It. It ouaht toh read
' or art adult p4'rMtns, then kept under lock and
key. Populnr edition, aame n alHve. hut pnper
over and WO pages tt cents by mall. In mouor
PROPRIETOR 07 8PROAT'B PATENT
Wholes ile ! Dealer
ICS BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON,WELt
, PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a: Specialty.
- I1. i; ii .,
t . ,, OS'FIOHll
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leree,
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