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Fori the Cure of Cougbv ColdiJ
noaisencss, jjruuiuiiia.wuuu, jnuu-
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief ofconsumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists.-f-Price, a$ CejotA.
TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH
Use the Magneto Appliance Co.'f
Magnetic1 Lung Protector !
jFRICE ONLY $5.
1 The are prtceleea to ladiis, oimtumsm and
ostium m witbwiACLOHai; nocMtafriiKDHoa'A
o okovp U ever ko wn wbsre these
ferments are wo-a. Tney also prevent and euro
art Dirriovunci. colds, bh.um.thm. wbubai
Vf.OlA, THBOaT TBOPBLBB, DIPHTH RRIAt OA ' ABBH, ARB
ALL KINDBKB OMIAilit. Will WBtB DT Surrlce
formula tsabs. Arc wain over the nnjer-alotn-lag.
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PATAPRTT it I needless to describe the
JJX lalt UIXt ijmptoat of this nauseous .1 le
es's that Is sspplux tbt 1 f and strength of only
too manrofthe falreataod 1 b. at of, both aexea
Labor, study And research In Amurtca, Ruropo tad
S iitern lands, b iva reialted in the Magnetic Lang
Protector, affirdmc care fr Catarrh, a' remeuy
which o intalna No baowwa os ret Htstim, and
with th routlnuous atream of Msnettem par
meeting through the Afflicted organt, must BE-
BTORI THIM TO A llALTHT OTIOK. WlrL.CKOB
rntct fort hie Appliance at leia than one-tweBilttb
of the price taked by oihere for remedlea upon
which yon take all tha cbancaa, and wa ibpioial
lt ixmi tha patronage of tha mah y mbsons who
hare tried dbvmim Tan rrosuoas wiruoui ir-
HOW TO OBTAIN K y?"-
glat and aik for them. If they hava not cot them,
write to the proprietors, enclosing tbe price in let
ter, at our risk, and thar ahall ba aent to yon at
once br mail, nostnatd.
Band etamp for tha "Haw Oepartara la Madl
tel Treat neut wttboot moiouia," with tboo-
and of testimonial'.
ID! MAQNBTOH APPLIAWCB 00.,'
ilB (Hate Street, Chicago, 111.
Nora. Bead ona dollar in poetaga atamp or
aarr ncy (In letter at oar nek) with 'lie of ehoe
tonally worn.atid try pair of onr Magnetic In
soles, and ba convinced of tba power residing; In
onr dagnetlo Appliances. Positively no cold feet
where titer are worn, or ntoner refunded, 109-ly
THE BEST THING KNOWN
In Hard or Sod, Hot or Cold -water.
HATES LABOR, TIME and stOAP AMAZ-
l mui.w, ana gives universal sauaioctuMi.
family, rich or poor, should be without It. ' '
Bold by all Grooere. BEWARE of imitations
arell designed to mislead. PEA RUNE ia tha
ONLY SAFE labor-earing compound, aod a
pars beara tha above arm bo I, and name of t I
JAMES PJLE. MEW YQKK.
Loss and Gain.
"I was taken alck a year ago
With blllona fever." :,;
"My doctor prouou iced me cured, but I
got sick saio, ,with terrible paint in mj
back and sides, and I got so bad I
Could not morel
I shrunk I
From 228 Ibt. to 1201 I bad been doc
torinif for uiy liver, but it did me bo good.
I did not t-xpect to Ufa more than three
months. I began, to use Hop Bitten. Di
rectly my appetite returned, my pains left
me, iny entire system seemed renewed as
if by magic, and alter using several bottles
I am out only as sound as a sovereign but
weigh more than I did before. To Hop
Bitter I owe my life."
Dublin, Jane 6, '81. R. Fitzpatbick.
Maiden, Mail.. Feb, 1, 1880. Gentlemen
'I euffjred wl,h attache of tick head Ache."
Neuralgia, female trouble, for years in
the most terrible and excruciating manner.
No medicine or doctor could give me re
lief or cure until I used Hop Bitters.
The first bottle , v .... .
Nearly cured me;"
Tha second made me as well and strong
is whan a child,
"And I have been so to this day."
My husband was an invalid for twenty
rears with a serious ' ' 4
"Kidney, liver and urinary complaint,
"Pronounced by Boston's best pbysi
tuns :,', -i hi
Seven bottles ot your bitters cured him
and I know of the i ; , j i j , ? :'; ;
"Lives of eight persons"
In my neighborhood that have been
saved by your bitten, ,
And many more are using them with
great benefit. .
"They almost .
Do miracles t" Mm. K. D. Slaci.
How to On Sick. Expose yourself day
and night; eat too. much without exercise;
work too hard without real; 'doctor all ahe
time; take all the vile tostrums' adver
tised, and then you will want to know how
to get well, which. is .answered la three
words take Hop Bitters t ii j i j j
C. KOCH'S 1
Boot :&: Shoe
Io. 90 Com'l Ayel, Bet- Itb A 6th Hit.,
Jnit reoalred a fall jieof f ,
FALL Aini WINTER GOOP
watch he will 111 at the lowest bottom prleea.. It
eomprisMr the beat of ST. LOrjH" HAND Habi
ad of B'lOTON MAM0fA(mniI8jtADIB8'
aadCBILt)RM,' 8 lOgJ, aud QIKT8' BUB-
rw-We aleo Hake to order aaythlng la oarUae
THE ' DAILY
The Daily Bulletin.
The total number of failures for the
week ending January 18 io thi United
States and Canada was 425, snd was the
greatest number reached in any week since
1878. j It wouU be ioteieating to know
What proportion of these were the result of
speculation, dealing in futures and stock
gambling J .There Is really little eignifl
cAnce in the bare report of a failure without
knowing the caust. A business failure re
sulting from either of the causes named
does not indicate a bnsineis depression, but
Only art abuse of business privileges.
Ice manufacturers, fruit farmers, gar
daners and tramps, may console themselves
while they shiver and grieve over their
pressnt and prospective losses by reason of
this "iavigorating" winter, 'and blaspheme
Yennor for arousing their hopes tf a mild
winter in vain, by the thought that "'tis an
ill wind' that blows nobody good." It ap
pears that Mr. Vsnnor's prophesy of a warm
JsnUery, has not 'been without some good
results. A hen in Michigan has already
brought out her brood of spring chicksns.
It would have been a great thing for far
mere everywhere had they dropped a copy
of Vennor's almatS JohWf hen coops on
! 7-Tha following ,item . whigh .. we -clip
from Tha Fulton Democrat published at
Lewistown, Fulton, Co?,'!rt'., where Rev.
B. Y. George and family Tellde, proves that
the people there have Quickly ' lesrnsd td
esteem Rev.'Georgi' ind fahillyf and to api'
predate his isr'vicasWpllttort D Tuesday
evening Rev. B. Y. George and family had
a very pleasant surprise-in-thi 'sbspe of
audden invasion of theihime bjf Presby
terian men and women who "quickly filled
the ample parsonage, tha ..affair; was in
honor of the 15th wedding janniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. 0., and It U'a iueess' Tba
party earned with .thom".refresbm'snts in
great abundance, and hea : were eerred
during the evening and thoroughly enjoyed.
Before tha company ;dsptted Rev. George
was presented with a ptfraw of $330 in gold,
besides many other substantial And elegant
gifts too numerous tq mfa tibial .We need
not say this beloved man and "family were
deeply touched by this exhibition of their
people's love. But. they were not happier
than those who planned and executed this
graceful visitation." " '
i The anxiety of ' Republican Congress
men to prevent., the government from hav
ing an idle surplus ' re venue j does not take
the proper kinetic form . ' They do not seem
to wish to' do awajr with the folly of. col
lecting by taxation (some of it oppressive
in its nature) more money thin the govern
ment needs for its current expenses and for
the payment of the public debt. They
bring forward great schemes of a Very cost
ly character, for tbaj. purpose, of spending
the excessive reveouej 'One of these states
men insists that $10,000,000 shall be dis
tributed among the states annually for pub
lic school purposes. Another wants a steel
railroad built from the Atlantic to the Pa
cifio Ocean. Another wants a canal built
by the government at acost of $300,000,000,
from the Kentucky river to the Atlantic
co st, so as to make Frankfort or some
other minor Kentucky river town, tha "em
porium of the west." ' Another demands
that the surplus reveuue shall be distributed
to a . largo extent among all persona who
served. thirty days in any, war in which our
government has bean engaged.. There are
many more equally large and preposterous
demands which1 suggeat that,' it a large and
idle surplus breeds such schamss . in the
minds of some Republican congressmen, it
will ba conspicuously wise for Congress to
take soms measures to reduce that surplus
to the minimum. . .-.
The Mt. Carmel Register gives a full
account of the murder of w. B. Mabon in
that city several days ago, from which tha
following extract is taken : "There is not
the slightest clue to the murderer. That
robbery wm his object is conceded by
everybody, but tba approach ot Mr. Beck
caused him to flee before having time to
rifle tha body of his victim.' Misa Nellie
Bedell saw a man cross the street from the
scene of tha oitrsge fa I haw'a blacksmith
shop, and an investigation showed the foot
prints of a man at tha point aba indicated.
The weapon with which the crime waa com
mitted was fond by Orra Havill, ; on Wed
nesday morning, at the rear of Shaw's shop.
It is an iron1 rod, three feet v long, 'seven
eights of an iach thick, a nnt on one end,
two nuts and a large), brekeo, Jagged piece
of iron on the other end. ''Blood li freely
spattered over ona and ef the rod for a dis
tance of a foot or more, and hairs sdhsre to
tha nnt and jagged ' iron.'' Three or four
tramps ware picked upr on suspicion, but
being able to give good accounts of tbem
salves, wsre turned loose. "There if io little
tc work upon that the pfllcars ara at a loin
whieh way to tare. Three bondred dollars
reward baa been 'offered for the arrest of
the murderer, which will possibly be in
creased to $500 or LOOO."
At last there la a aattaioty that tha re
peated suggestions from different so1iircas
Vith regard to rganiae eharltiea in thia
city, will be acted upon. A number of law
dies in tha aityr who-bava long been noted"
for practicing as well prachlBj charity
and humanity, have taken the matter' in
hand aud hava decided: to give a charty
ball at Hartaan's ball next Tburaday night.
CAIRO; BULLETIN r SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, J 884. ,
The proceeds of ihU ball will be devoted
to the relief of 'the wo'rihj! poor',' who may
be found by a committee ' of ladies ap
pointed to look them up in each ward. The
mooej wilf bV placed hands of a
treasurir and will, pa dUWbated at the di
rection of, the ward eommitteoa.- v In eome
other clHea one of these balls a yarfur
nishes' money eneugH i for'.ehaHtabla work
all through , ihe" year, tbV "money beipg, of
course, judiciously and ' worthily applied.
In o(tbers '.the ladies solicit from time to
time ., contributions i of clothing,' pro
visions and money from citizens, and always
meet with liberal responses Cit'zensi' as a
rule, ., prefer to 'give when they know that
their contributions will be worthily bestow
ed, under the' direction'of Isdlss organized
for the purpose. We doubt not that the re
ceipts at the ball will be large and will be
made to affor'd'xeiUJb the tew, needy now
or that may be among u at least through
the, winter; but His to be hoped that a
thorough , '.organiaationrViUA , bo
effectual that willr be -i permanent
and not vanish with the charity-ball fund.
There , ie need for active 'private charity
alweye, in every community, i Organ
ised private charity has been
a bobby vitb,.lu BrjixnTi for
several. years. ,;The preaeof the city will
contribute its share toward the success 'of
Ihe movement now and, hereafter, and 'we
doubt not for a momsnt, that if the ladiee in
charge will make tbt organisation perma
nent;' aud, when the charity bail fund is
exhausted,' intimate to theV business
men s end citixens ' 'that volun
tary contributions (. . )( can, , bp used,
they will meet with general and hearty en
couragement.' There ara - not many poor
among us, but there are' always some who
cannot be reached by the authorities of the
city or county. The ladies are joined in
the noble work by the Young people's so
cial amuaemsnt club, who were to give a
ball at the same hall 1 the same night, and
who will.' menage the charity ball. Tickets
will ba offered for ssle by young ladies to
morrow,' and every body who can should
buy one or more, whether he or she intends
to go to the ball or not. o i ,i
"Lives of grsst men all ramind us that
we are all subject to die," says an ex
change, but never 'Cough yourself away as
long as you can raise 85 cents, for , bottle
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. .
. EUNIOI GOODRICH. !. .
This bnght and entertaining and talented
little lady supported "by "a" splendid com
pany,.,.inclto)ingrs tha'. popular' comedian
Harry Adams,:; will occupy the , boards at
the Opera House 'Friday and ' Saturday
evenings and Saturday matinee, February
1st and 1 2J, presenting'' Friday night,
"Wanted a Husband," Saturday matinee,
"Country Girl," and Saturday night the
eonsational comedy, "American Born."
These, cornedjea .were, written expressly
for Miss Goounctf and are possessed of wit
and humor, and jh?tpnough pathos to make
thsin p'alatabW.' , i i''' ,
Our fwiple need not be' reminded of tbe
fact t .ni's .e'til' the IjlniaV etj'te'rtaittmenta
which hire vvcr visited Cairo, have receiv
ed little or no patronage, simply because
they happen i V bo unknown neranotably
the "Spanish StudentH,'? who gave an enter
tainment of a very high Order to An audi
ence of not morethan, 7Q. people. It does
not follow by any, means that simply be
cause a company happens to be unknown
in Cairo, that it has ho merit and wewure
those who fail to 'witness Mis Goodrich in
her 'several ombdians will regret it stter
she is gone... , o ,vt-, n .,. ...
W. P. itaon, river editor of ri Bttllitiw
and steamboat peeaenger agent. Orders for all
klndaof ateamboat Job printing solicited. Office
atBower'e European Boteli'Mo.'TSOblo leree.
"1 eTAOis oP'Tna Bivtn. ; ,
: Tbe rirer 4 marked bf thb gauge at this
port at t p. m! it feet 8 iiiches and falling.
Chattanooga," lanJ i.-iRiyor 10 feet 10
inehea'and rising.. a - .
Cincinnati;; JanriGRiyer 17 feet 6
inches and falljbg. r-.i, j ; u ' '. T .
Louisville,' 'Jan.' 88. River 8 feet 8
inches and falling,. ' '
; Nashville,1' Jan. 28; River : 28 feet 0 in
haa and; falling. ; Y v -' '" ' !:
' Pittsburg, janl beRiverS foot 'a inch
as and riaing.; cu.n , ,y. ., ' , .'
8t Louis, Jan 28. River 11 feat 4 iocb-
a aid aUttonwV't"'. ''-
' . Ji ,;.',;'-',T1U,:'TB.",''
The Ella Kimbrough from Memphis ar.
rived here yesterday noon. She' had a
aplendld trip nx Memphis ji p. ss her way
business in freight aa well aa passengers
wu excellent. She leaves again Monday 4
p. m. for Memphis:1 '""V-C' i i , , .
The Annie P, Silver, will leave here this
morning; for New Orleans. She will get
about, 1400 tow oi freight here and flit but
with corn in thabonds.v..V, :' M ." :"',,
i Hunter Ben Jenkins', the great steamboat
agent of 8t; Louis, was in the city looking
after the purchase i of a steamboat.' He bad
an idea of pn'rcbaajng the lla Kimbrougr
but it seems ha could not make terms sat;
iafactoryMN w ui t,.f.t .,
; Tha ice waa tanning very 'heayy'yesier
day bnt softening fast. - '
. Tha wharfboet at Columbus annk yester.
day, canaed'b thar heavy floatiog lea. ShA
will provaa foecli. '
Tha "light weight"etesmer Sam Fowler,
no relation to thiGiM7owier, however,
brake lobee frem bar mohringat NashvTlle
lfcy otbaf night; and oTriltad against " ona of
the piere of the Louisville snd Nashville
railroad bridge and sunk. No one on
board except the watchman who went down
with the, boat. ', .'...
, There io 8,000 sacks of corn at Columbus
waiting shipment for Cairo. .Thfli Ella
Kimbrough tried to land there yesterday
tq get it but the ice was most to formidable
The Vint Shinkle left Memphis Friday
evening at 5 o'clock. She will report here
to-night for Cincinnati.
The Ohio is falling; Cumberland and
Tbe Guiding Star will net reach here be
fore tivmiir'row night.
Navigation at Cincinnati la still suspend
ed. ; ( The Bolle of Shrcveport leaves, New Or
leans for. Cincinnati Monday eveuing the
Sol Silvsr returned to the city last night.
He is now "open for dstcs."
Henry Ahlers, so well and favorably
known to many of our citizens, arrived here
yesterday and is now representing Mesais.
Warner, Rhodes & Co., wholesale lancy
groceries of Cincinnati who tailed recently.
He is still in the same' business aud took
seme uica orders here yesterday. .
Q.EORGK n. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of enri(lcal diaenaea. and dlaeaaea of women
OKKICK-On 14th aireot, oppoeiU the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
! 129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, KLBCTROVAPOR and MBDICATKP
. admlnlatered dally. ' '
I A lady la attendance. - . , .
1 CONSULTATION FREE.
R. W. C. ,I?CKLYN,
OrriCI-Elshta Btrcal, near Come, err.Ul AvauDe
jyn. E W. WHITLOCK, .
i jDntol Burgeon.
Ornos-.No. 13 Commerelal Arenas, belwoea
trM'jAtid Ninth tttreet
rjUIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, 111! nolo.
71 OUIU LKVEE,
CAPITAL. fr lOO.OOO!
A General Banking Bnsincss
ENTERPRISE SAVING BANK.
. V Of Cairo, ,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RASK.
; ' ' ' ' ' " Treaanrer.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Streci
P. BftOSS, President.
II. WELuS, Oaahlor.
IP. WaPP, VlrePrea'ni
IT.J.Kerth, Ass'l caali
r. uroM... ...ca'ro William Klute. .
Peer Neff William Wol?,...
C. M Oaterloh. . I C O. Patier.. '
K.A. Bader.. " H. Wells
. J. Y. Clemron, Caledonia.;
AORIEHAi. BANKING HD3IMR88 DOME.
RichAnge sold andboneht. Interuet paid it
the 8ar)ns:a Department. Collections made snd
all business promptly attended to. ' " 1
THX Pfl RFtCT WWITN( M ACHINL ..
iKvery Machine wamotedT. Ad-.
instable type bars, pert eotaoto-
We nsion.noloatinotlc.bev- .
led platen. light eantago.- AD
nsuro iaper looa. even ear
work ot three penmen, roach nrstsr aad mora
legible. PrtrVlTO.OOaiid r00 "
; PSRKIR, RITflR A CO., 439 N, 9s It. lee.
V' .T i.ie .'-a lvfe':.i';.iia I . ... ...
. 'I I r ,' i m.-,, j yi " i" v-1 1 .... -
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool,
Wm. Ludwie: &
Rll(tv,l and cured without anriiioial operation, trms tortnre or doluiiilnn from labor by Dr. J. A.
Hlierman'a eym.im. I'Atieula fio n abroad ciu rei'elr 'tralnuint aud Iihvh for limne same cav. Hup.
litre ami tni'.na cauao lumbuirn, ktdue' and bladder affnotiona, utTu-t tuo nerroua ayatftn, l'niair
m iniiouil and Urln on itnixiii-ncy and other deplorable ailinxnta . All iliwew Iroubla removed and
primitive nuinlnn-a roiorod hy Dr Sherman's truatment. Hook, w.th contliiuoiia iniliirsniiita for
tbe piisltlilriv.tlve years froia Mbyalclana, merchants, elergytneu, ;iitiiiets soil othara who Imvu lixen
cured, mtllni for ten cents. One Hmvthe. el the Vienna tnatltulii, St. I.onia, Mo., h n alter il ti like
ni'aa of oared ntluti In l) HUnrmtn's tllnitrated pamphlets. nlrml mni to i"r.mnt th'un. and pnh
IlKhea Ihitin aa pittlenta to ho cured, Thta bold fraud to dupe tai arfllnle . la fully eipnanit in au lllus
irniea eiramsr wuicn is seni to an one woo wrusa lor it. ' ninon tui rmiui tton r terma patlmva are
dally I'Ointnii from a I parts of the country for treatment. Day of consultation at Nuw 'oiS o.hce, ti
trosuway. .tionnny, ruaaaayaaa Haturay esen week, ri ,, . ,,. ,
uaadayabd Saturday each week,
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1 ABE LINCOLN1:
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
' : ' - I , ,,. ..,.4 ,t
r)igani,id December, 1883, Dnder tha
Hucceaaorto Wldowa and Orphana Mutaal Aid So.
duty, oruaulsnd July 4th , IK77, under
. . the laws of IS7S. , ,
John h. hoiunhon,,.
WM. 8 ' KATi' N
J. A. UOLvflTINB.. ...
(!. W. I)D N10
, ...... Presidon I
bOARD pF.DIRECTOR-i pok 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htraitnn, 8trtton Hlrd, roera, Cairn, III.,
J. A. (io:d-ttni, oKioldatlne A It. an water, whole
sale and rrt il dry ood;C!. W. Dunning. H. 1.
l'r. . ltd. M l Rt , for P naiotis; Albert Lewis,
c m nienko 'n"ri.'lt-i J- H. Koblnaun, county
Jiiilli" tu iiuinry public; Wm. P. Pitcher, com
broker snd lu.nrauue aent(. K U hal'd, elty
stiei-t S'iptirvl'or; M I'h 111. a, carp-titer and build
br;'lboinas l.i-wl-, stinrnov snd secri'tarrt K. V.
I :eri'i ,aiioniHv Ll-law, OuQnolo III . ; K. C. Pace
rahler of bntunmai Ban , Aahler.IU.-, Al'ert
llHyilen, caahl -r u Ouorite Coune iy A Co .spring
fluid. 1 I'H. M 'Una. attornny-at-law. 1st RJ
do b strent. Chicago) Uou. Kobt. A Hatcher, at-,
itomev-at law, Cbnfleston. 1 Mo ; H. l.elghton,
cashier First National ank, b.tasrt, Iowa, ol- ";
A' Haw soti 'unrpiote'noteli Wnllns: o' 1 liiwi"
, 8cond,aid Hsllroad Street, , v, ,H s
' Cairo. ' Illinois.-
Tbe raaaenccr Depot of the Chicago, 81. Louli
and ewOrjitnna! Illinois Central; Webera, Mt.
Louis snd., Pacific; Iron Mountain and Hoataera,
Mobile ai d' Oblbt Cairo and Ht. trraia Hallway!
are all Just across the streott while the Btesmhoet
Undine Is hot one g.ur distant,
Tbia Hotel Is heated by a team, has- eteam
Lanndry, Hjdraulle Elerafor, Blectric CaU Bells.
Aatomstle Plre-Alartns, Baths, absolatuly pure air.
irinuiarwrKe wjmpioie eppoimsoente, .
Beperb farbtsbtexa't perfect eerrioe; and an tie
ezceileS table. ...
'"; TFIE fiXCHANOE. ' '
1 .T'ij ,,; -; a -w. (), v.t I
A Practical Teleplioue for Social and
Business Porposea, Uneqnaled for c
Private and Public Line.
-A 1 li ..' I . ' . '
Sold Outriarht for 89 OO.
:: I i .ll i ' - " ' t T- 'WV-
They sre In emry war far superior to the man
Amateur Mechanical Terenhonee bow belts, toll
throoghoat the country- They are the oalr tele
phone havlniae Aatomatie Una Win Tithtaar
and ther ara the onlr Telephones that are nro-
teeted by aa Outdoor IdKhtnlni Arrester.;' AM
sounds are delivered in clear and nature) topes.
Thei are toe neatest, most durable aad res. aire
attention aia repairs man any otner leisnnoas
aiade. Send for our fltnstrated eirrottr'-1-Afentt
wanted. THK V. B. ULaPHONI CO"
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AVENUE, .CAIRO, .ILL.
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Pricea Paid for-
By addrxaemi! (i KO. I'. UOWKU. CO, in
Spruce Ht , hew York, sn learn tbn m :t coat
or any proposnd llni' or ADVKKI ISING In Amnr
lean Nawspspxra. taT"!1 Pk raniiiltlvt, lie.
1L3 A l) HIU ''" ,"'"' Hlror Va'., In a north
li A I till il autlloiucul.. lllnslral'id r.lr-
M-M-J ,.,,r Iron. .1 P. MANTUA.
Olaremont,' Virginia. .
i ' ' oF'jf any Heaon. 1 "
! Itenaon's fJapoins' Poroita Hlastflra ecol all
Ctbwf sitr al ronindltia. I'rompl, lilbly nunllul.
Bal. 'tt ennta
I bsve a ptt1v remedy for t h .hnvrt dtuMan t by Ite
ivse IhouMixu nf nmrn or Um wuraiknxl ixl ol Inns
alAnabia ruiv. p.n nirbil. . Im1m,iI, ilronir la my
th In Its nfnr.ay, that I will awn wu liter ti, I'm
thla disease, to any anRwr. (lira etnmaa and I' . O.
asanas. Da. X. A.BMKU M.lbll'eArltt.,N York
RR, toaanat wU li V A I.U A 1 I , K T 1 1 K A T 1 1 K on
ni"s a r"ar Tlii' rholi-eai ingrain or inn
world.' ('alalogue fl'f n I ownat pri' ua uvorknown.
Jlotanldbvrtenl.ru. Hvni lor ox iiuliiiiHou before
pnyraoin on evldnui-n nf e " d fnltn.
f JOHN II AI.DKN, I'ut.ll-hnr,
P.O. Boa IM. Id Ve-ryBt., New Vnrk
whmil say cere I rtn nns mean mmilr ' (l thuni
nr iimv nu iqini n.v uwi. r,iu.nr"''t
rndlialoiire. Ihivn mad thndim'awicif irn, ICI'l-
IwrTntnirrm.'lr toonr.lliuw,.rt.cn.n, lorun
Mhara (lave ra llrd la t rnximn I fit tint, now roooivfiis a ri,
are. ..dtoiiclura'l'rMll,.iicl.rwil..lllgol ,
nd l'iwtHo. It
era yne emnine ror a trtai, ana I will rnre job. .
addnesDN, II. O. UOOT. Iit3 1'aarl tit.. New York.
'. 178t,Charlss Strootp 8T.L0UI3, MO. : "
' A i-eiilp C3rurfuat of two mrdlral
eollrirea, tine bi'o UtuKes-euRagi'd In llitttrvat-
finn or viironin, iNrvou, nnn and
tloot Dlsraai's than any othi'r nlivalclnn in
t. lul, na city T-aiM-rt abew and afl old rM.
lentS know.' C6naiilntnn ,.t onii'i cir In mall, v
free and Invltod. A frlt.udlv talk or blaoulnloii .
eoate nothing.-. Whn Itlaliiiwiiveiiiniittovlalt
the city .or trretimnt. iTicllohx', run bfii-iil
by malior .iprxaa nveifwnrre, Curtale aea
snaranteadt wIitc doubt exWts It la friinkly
,i staled. isU or, Writ m . , t . ,
r'l"7(u ProtratloaT lieb II Ity , slsntal and
Physical Weakness, Mflrcurinl and other '
affsotloni of Throat, Skin and liones, Blood
Irjpnrltles anil Blood Poisoning, Skin AfTso-
. tlona, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Itopsdimants to
Vurifgn, yhaumatlsm, Piles. Spaolal
attsntlon to oues from pvcr-workud brain.
8PBQI0AL CASE8 rgnnlrs speolMattaotlon.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, EacosseSy
IndalfeoMS or Einosuras. ' '
It Is air-evld'nt
that s phyalrlan paylnv
partloalar atUiitlon to adsM ofra.ra atlalna
crsat akll I. and r
n BC'BM oiraora auaina
i-ISlia In regular prai llru
iU ores the country
pnriirmiin in rPKUinr prAciiPM
nlrv knnwlnv Int.. O-miiiihilIv
raoomnlMxl enap.to lb nlilMtr.liIre In Amrlra
where every known appliance la rraorU-d
and tha rtraVact ttnrui iinrltr.ii or
Ses snd countries srs uml, A whole bouw I-
need im oaky purpowe, snd all sretri-ntvd wnn '
akill in a raaiwctriil .manner : and, kunwlna;
' what to do. no experiment arc niadc. Onac
emint of the great. imihiIkt epl'lvtnir. tlm
hsrfe sre:'kft low, oftn !wr tlian la a
denaiided by oilier. If iou acciire Hie nkl'l
and stsaprdy and Ki fict 111" rtfre. that la
the important matter, i-ampniei, pri
sent; to any address ft-t i
Eleesnt eMh and irflt Mndlnr I
eenu In rm.iAir or rurrancr. im
4erfSI pati plclnres, Irns I" Hft'.sr
iver Bfty won.
irtlrlt on lbs I
W ho niay marry, whonnt!
.k,l Prnnr airr tnniarrv.
5aohon.. w ouianhnnd. Phvlral dtray. Who
w no marry nrni, ,
eheald inan-y- and lianplneM may ht ;
tnermwd. Tlioie Biarrii'd or rontaniplatlna
snerrylns aliould n-ad It. It euirlit to of read
trf all adult .crnnf, ttmi kppt under lork and
ty. Popular edition, eninn a above, but paper
' enrer snd luo pagr. ti cenu bt wall, In moue7
PRpPRIETOR OF BPROAT'B PATBNT
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