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For. the Cure, of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Bronchitis,Croup, InfluH
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re-
liefof consumptive persons in advan-1
ced siaces of the Disease, i or bale
byall)ruggisu.-Price, 15 Cents,
TO PRESEKVE THE HEALTH
I'w the Magneton Appliance Co.'t
Maiietic ' Lung - Protector !
PRICE, OlSTLY 85.
They are priceleM to Limas, OBNTLBmN and
CBlLDRrN With WIAS LUNUS: QUC4)Of rSKUMOHIA
oat choup la ever kn wn where theite
sarmants are worn. Tney alao prevent and cure
Airlir!CO!.TIM, COLDS, KH tUH.TISM, OKAI.'
I A, THROlTTHOVBLia, UIPUTBKRU, CATAHKH, A HO
all unoaio uuilAia. Will wsaa any service
(or thbss team, Are worn over the UDder-cloth-Ing.
P ATfATiRTT 'tl nedlessto oeticrlbs the
Jl 1 VlVIiiX) symptonaof ihisnauaeouedla
ees that ia sapping the l'f and strength of only
too man? of the fairest and b'ltof both aezea
Labor, study and research In America, Europe and
JCaatern lands, have resulted Intiie Magnetic Lung
Protector, affording care fir Catarrh, a re near
which contains No Dkiwjino or tut stars, and
with the e.ontlnuons stream of .VUnetism per,
meatlng through the afflicted orgaue, mubt kb
troaa tub to a altht -otion. WtrLAcaoua
mica for thia Appliance at leas than one-twentieth
of the price aaked by othera for reined lea upon
which yon take all the chancer-, and wi ibpiciaL
LT intiti the patronage ol the bamt riRRONa who
hare tried Ditcouisa thbib tub.chs without if-
HOW TO OBTAIN ?! Wzi
rlst and ask fur them. If they have not sot them.
write to the proprietors, encloetng tbu price io let
ter, at oar risk, and they shall be lent to Ton at
once by mail, poatpald.
Send etamp for the "Now Deparlnre la Medi
cal Treat uent wtthottt s moras, ' wnn toon
sands of testimonials.
1'Ui MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.,
218 State Street, Chicago, III.
Noti Seed one dollar in postage ctampa or
currency n letter at oar rttk) with fixe of ehoe
ssaally worn, ai.il try a pair of ottr Magnetic la
aolea, and be convinced of the power residing to
oar daijnetlc Appliances. Positively do cold feet
where tuevare wurn, or money refunded. 100-ir
"Toe claim' too
nick for Sahabi-
fk TAS IBTIKB.'J
can one medicine be
I a specific for Epl
t lepay, Dyspepsia,
Oplana Esuia. Rhewaaaliem, ripennator.
rhsr, or HemlnaJ WesJmeaa, ud any other
easnplsUnu'" vs e claim tt a specific; etm-
Sly, because the yirna of all diseases arises from
le blood. IU Nervine, BeMlvent, Alterative and
Laxative properUesmcel all the conditions herein
referred to. It's known world uruie aa
T ' 1 ! O f ' '
It quiets and composts the patient uui by ha
Introduction of ophites and draetic catliartica, Dni
by the reatoratlonof activity to the atomachand
aervona rrftem, whereby the brain la relieved
of morbiff fancies, which no created by the
canaea above referred to.
To ClorgTTnen. Lawyer. literary men. Mer
ehanta, BankeraTtadlea and all thoae whoac sed
entary employment caneea nervon prootraUon,
lrregularitlea of the blood, stomach, bowela or
kidneys or who require a nerve tonic, appetixeror
etimulant, Sajiabitah Nbbviki ia Inralnable.
Thousands proclaim it the moat wonderful invlg
orant that ever snrtained the aioldng ayatvm.
il.W. Isold by all Dmailau. (14)
1 Tor teettooniala and elreolan aend tamp.
BT. JOSEPH, MO.
Lori, Stoutenbnr ih & Co.,Agts., Chlcano, 111.
THE BEST TIZTXQ KNOWN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Wtr. . t
EES LABOR, TIME and SOAP AMAZ
.V.InTBiveaunlvraal MUafactloB. ho
y, rich or poor, should be without it. t , . .
Bold by all Groeera. BEWA.RE,0Ii,51,f.tfS!
WoU deatKntsl to mislead. PMBlBt t
ONLY SAFE labor-saving compound, and
irui bears the above symbol, arid name of
UAJUES rTLE. NEW TCUUC
"CITY GO STORE"
Oldest in the city; established in 1862.
Com I Ave., Datween via ana turn etc.
MANUFACTURER DEALER IN ALL KIND"
Ammunition of all descriptions always on band al
General ropairlng In all kinds of metals. Keys
fall descriptions made to order, and satisfaction
warranted. Wive me a call, and be convinced rot
yourself, at the a gn of the "mu ou.
JOHN A. KOEHLER.
S-flm Proorietor, Cairo. III.
The Daily Bulletin.
Drummers are numerous ia tin city-
have btten bo for tevera.1 dayi. They re
port business, very dull ureryfbere. Cairo,
tbey tay, ia aa good as auy of 'em, and bet
ter than ! many towns within hundreds of
miles around. . '.
'The Eunice' O xxlrich ptrty reached
thu ilalliday this, mornini; all fresh and
eager fof the fray.' Tho tiprightly comedy
"Wanted a Husband" will be presented to
night. . , , . .
We have a new numbering machine,
'umbers l to 100,000. Merchants and
f thers who want checks, orders or tickets
numbered, can be accommodated at Thu
Bulletin office at low rates. tf
There is trouble now in the Metropolis
public schools. Misses Mary and liattie
Whitt&cre, formerly teachers ia the Cairo
public schools, hare sued Prof. Bowles, of
the Metropolis schawls, for using language
toward them, calculated to provoke a breach
of the peace. The trial is set. in the police
court for to-morrow, y
Mr. Wm. Dtvidson has rented two
rooms in the building of Mr. Louis Her
bert, naxt to the Lambert property. One
of the rooms is now occupied as a ahooting
gallery, but Will be vacated. Mr. Davidson
will probably have the partition taken out
and transform the two rooms into one
which he will occupy with his large stock
of stoves and tinware.
. The night police force arrested a white
man named Charles Smith, alias "Smilhey,"
Wednesday night, for practicing with his
pistol in the public streets. He fired five
or aix shots and threatened to sack the
town. Magistrate Comings yesterday fined
him f 25 lor carrying concealed weapons,
$S for discharging the weapon and another
$25 for vagrancy. Smith went to jail
and will handle a shovel for a while instead
of a pistol.
Mr. Leo Klebb would hav reached
nis niuetn year laeit April. Lie was
born in Oberhauaen, Baden, Germany;
came to America in 18S6, locating at Madi
son, Iod., first, then going to Cape Girar
deau, Mo, and coming to Cairo in 1858,
He was married here in aoout 1862 to Miss
Louisa Zimmerman, who, witb five daugh
ters and two sons, survives bitn. Three
children are dead. He was first employed
aa a baker in a small frame ou Sixth atreet
where now one of hit brick houses stands,
and by hard work and excellent manage
ment made atetdy progress fiainciilly, so
much S", that at his death be owned five
brick buildings in the biuineas purt of the
city, besides other property. His life was
insured for $5,000 in the Odd Fellows Mu
The merits of Athlophouo as a specific
for Rheumatic and Neuralgic affections
have been proved over a range of territory
as wide as our continent, it never laws, no
matter wbat the climate or atmospheric con
ditions. Here is a significant voice from
the Northwest. Mr. John 8. Helwick writes
from Berrien Spring, Mich, to say: "Am
lophoros is doing my wife, a sufferer from
aevere Rheumatism, a great deal of good,
more good than any other medicine ahe has
Valuable For Tea Drinkers.
It ts well known that the green tea
affects the nerves much more than the
black tea, which a believed to arise
from the different mode of preparation.
For making green tea the leaves are
put over the tire and partially dried
directly after they are picked, but with
black tea the leaves are put into a
basket and then exposed to the influ
ence of the atmosphere for twenty or
thirty hours.during which time a slight
fermentation takes place, and the color
of the leaf changes from green to brown
or charcoal hue (this is easily seen bv
the infusion of the dried leaf of black
and green tea; the leaf after infusion
will show the different colors named);
they are then put over the fire and fin
ished. In this country about 215,000,
000 pounds are delivered yearly, of
which about 40,000,000 are exported,
but the proportions are about 207,000,
000 of black and 7,000.000 of green,
oolong and Japan. While in America
the black tea imported is about 5,250,
000, the green tea (including oolong
and uncolored Japan tea, which pos-.
sesses nearly tho same properties of
green) amounts to 58,000,000. Would
not this excessive use of green account
for the opinion of the American doctors
as to the effect of tea on the nervous
system? I doubt very much if a pound
of black tea, boiled down in the same
way as the young hyson mentioned,
would poison either rabbits or cats
with the same dose. There is no doubt
the fermentation of tho leaves of black
tea reduces tho amount of the active
principal 'theine" that you find in
Another thing: In preparing tea for
the table, boiling water Is put on the
leaf and an infusion made which is at
once partaken of. But whoever would
think of boiling tea to drink? By so
doing you extract from the stalk and
woody fiber of the loaf an acrid decoc
tion that no one would find pleasure in
taking, and from which woody part
would be most likely extracted poison
ous qualities mentioned. In tea drink
ing European countries, as Germany,
Russia, etc., scarcely any green Is used
and doubtless the great increase in this
country arises from the almost univer
sal use of black tea, green being owiy
used in mixing it to Impart a flavor,
and, whilo of Tate years the consump
tion of black tea has largely increased,
that of green has remained stationary,
which clearly shows the taste of this
country ia entirely different from that
of America. May wo long continue in
this country to enjoy "the cup which
cheers but not inebriates." tall Mall
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY" MORNING FEBRUARY
W. F. Labbuin. river editor of Trb Hui.lbtib
and ateamboat passenger agent. Ordere for all
klnde of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
al Bower' Karooean Uotol. No. It Ohio leree. -
STA8KH Or, TUB RIVER. . ;
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 25 feet 8 Inches and rising.
! Cb.at(anooga, Jan. 31. River 7 feat 8
iacbos and station ry.
Cincinnati, Jan. 81. River '81 feet 3
inches and rising.. ...
' Louisville,' -'Jan. " 81. River 11 feel
0 inches and rising.
Nashville, Jan. 3l.-River 23 fast 8 in
ches and rising. .
Pittsburg, Jan. 81. River 8 feet 9 inch
es and rising.
Bt Louis, Jan . 81. River 10 feet 0 inch
es and falling.
. &IVK& .ITEMS.
The ice in the M'iBiB8ippi broke Wed
nesday nigbt and commenced running out
past Bird's Point about 9. o'clock and
caused considerable tronble to the transfers
of the Texts narrow-gaugs and the Irou
Mountain transfers but everything is all
right now and no further trouble will netd
be anticipated at least this winter, but as
the aUments have been on a regular "old
high" for a long time we don't, know what
might . happen this summer, probably
another freeze up.
The Guiding Star from New Orleans ar
rived here at 2 p. m. yesterday. She had
1000 tons of freight, discharged COO baits
of cotton for the Waba3h road and left for
Cincinnati at 7 p. m.
The Henry A. Tykr is behind time but
will leave positively this evening for Colum
bus, Hickman, New Madrid and Memphis
Capt. John E. Massangsle, master.
The Golden Crown psesed Louisville early
yesterday morning and will report here
Saturday for New Orleans.
The Chas. Morgan lttt Cincinnati Tues
day evening for New Orleans.
The Andy Baum left Memphis yesterday
evening for Cincinnati and will report here
this evening. . .
The Jas. W. Gaff does not leave Cincin
nati for Memphis until to-morrow evening
Navigation is now fairly opened in the
Ohio to Cincinnati and all the boats will
now have a ctiance for some of the "chicken
The Ella Kimbrouh from Memphis is
due here Saturday eveuiug.
Yesterday was mild and pleasant and
the sun's cheerful rays shown out in splen
dor, but just about the tiuie folks generally
were congratulating each other at the de
lightful weather a young blizzard came
along and broke it all up not very cold
but disagreeably wintry.
The City of New Oi leans haves for the
city which is honored with her name. She
will hsve a good trip when she departs
Sol Silver, pisseng.-r agent of the Anchor
Line, has returned ami is again on duty.
Passengers going lnt Texas, Arkansna,
Mo., or even to Culifurnia should, by all
means, avail thi-mttelvts of the superior ad
vantages of the Iron Mountain railroad.
The south bound train leaves bere regular
ly at 10 p.m. 'Don't forget it."
The ice gorge which broke at St. Louis
yesterday afternoon at 3:10 when the news
reached up in the city that the gorge had
broke loose, them tnds of people rushed to
the river to see the grand spectacle. The
damage, however, was comparttively light,
considering the number of steamers, barges
and other water emits lying in port, twe
steamers the Minneapolis and Salvor No. 2,
were claimed as victims to the flow of ice.
Capt. Wash Thompson, with Jumbo, we
mean the Belle of Shreveport is on her way
up and will follow the Guiding Star to the
Mardi Gras carnival at New Orleans.
The New Mary Houston, euphoniously
known as the "Jersey Lily," was still at
Louisville yesterday morsing, but likely
she has made the "home run" by this time.
Barney Crane, the "tall sycamore" among
pilots came 'o town yesterday. He looked
very much like a granger but no hay seed
in his hair.
His Gil l's Pa.
"So you love my daughter eh?"
"Ve-yes, sir." .
"And have vou money to support her
in good style?1'
"I h!ive"30,0 j) in the bank and an
income of $5,000 pT year."
"Money in tho bank! Ah! I see, you
are no financier. You should hnvo in
vested in bonds, and doubled your in
terest. For instance, 1 have securities
paying 10 per cent."
The young man hurries off to get bis
cash and buy bonds of his futuro father-in-law.
After he has departed Lucy
enters the library mid asks;
"Father, did William ask your con
sent?" "He did, dear.'1
"And you said yes?"
"No, darling! Ho has no wealth to
give you station."
"But he has $4'),0i0."
"Oil, no. I jiwt raked that in foi
bonds that won't bo worth ten cents on
the dollar six months hence. : I love
you too well to see you marry a pool
man and have to live In sixth-story
toowa.Pliiltk!hia News. .
Four Lives Sated.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup relieved four of
my children of a most alarming attack of
Whooping Cough, from which their throats
and necks became so swollen as to prevent
them from swallowing. Nothing would
even give them temporary relief, until this
Syrup was tried. One bottle, in one night,
laved their lives, I verily believe. ,
Geo. W. Earhart,
Captain of Police, Baltimore, Md.
Loss and Gam.
CHAPTER 1. 1 ;. . ,
"I was taken sick a year ago
With bilious fever."- :' '
"My doctor ptonouuoed me cured, but I
got sick again, with terrible pains in my
oar.K ami sides, and I got so bad I
t;ouia not move I
I shrunk I
From 228 lbs. to 1201 I had been doc
toring for my liver, but it did me no good.
I did not r-xpect to live more than three
months. I began to use Hop Bitters. Di
rectly my appetite returned, my pains left
me, my entire system seemed renewed as
it by magic, aud utter using several battles
I am nut only as sound as a sovereign but
weigh more than I did before. To Hop
Bitters I owe my life."
Dublin, June 0, 81. R.Fitzpatrick.
,, . , CHAPTBR II.
Maiden, Mass., Feb, 1, 1HS0. Gentlemen
"I snffered wt'h attacks of sick headache."
Neuralgia, female trouble, for years in
the moat turriblo and excruciating manner.
No medicine or doctor could eive me re
lief or cure until I used Hop Bitters.
"The Drst bottle
Nearly cured me;" '
The second made me as well and strong
as whan a child, . . -
"And 1 have been so to this day."
My husband was an invalid for twenty
years with a serious
"Kidney, liver and urinary complaint,
"Pronounced by Boston's best physi
cians "Incurable 1"
Seven bottles ot your bitters cured him
and I know of the
"Lives of eight persons" '
In my neighborhood that have been
saved by your bitters,
And many more are using them with
Do miracles I" Mrh. E. D. Slack.
How to Get Sick. Expose yourself day
and night; eat Uk much without exercise;
work too hard without rest; doctor all the
time; take all the vile nostrums adver
tised, and then vou will want to know how
to get well, which is answered in three
words take flop Bitters f
No. 90 Cora'l Ave., Bet- 5tb & 6th 8te.,
Just received a full .nsof
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which he will ii at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the host of ST. LuUIS HAND MADK
and of BOSTON MANUFACTURES, LADIES'
and OEULDRttV SHOES, and GENTS SUB
BE (I BOOTS and 8HOKS. '
tcVvVe also make to order anything In oar line
01 the O'M material ana workmanship.
aom, 'train and hay
HhrhHHf Cwb Prto Paid for Wheat
Q.EORGE II. LEACII, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
oFrlC'E On 14th atreet, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, 111.
JjR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELBCTRO-VAPOR ind MEDICATED
administered dally. ,
A lady la attendance.
QU. W. C. JCCELYN,
OFFItE Eighth Street, near Comnerclal Avenoa
QR E W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi-No. m Commercial
ieM'j and Nlub Street
SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, SCROFULA, SCALD
Head, Eryslpelua, Tettrr, Hives, Dandruff, Barber's
lk'h, rimplii, Mliiira, Carbuncles, I'lanl Poisoning -and
Polwined Wounds, Ringworm, Sunburn, and
ail dineaji'U if the Skill.
For Piles, Wounds, Cuts, Fleers or Rores, no
remedy In no prompt in sooth I ok and healing as
I'splllon Skin Cure. It doe not smart or burn.
Ihrtctiont in ten tanjuagei acevnpaay stay bottle. . .
NASAL CATARRH, ACUTE nr CHRONIC COLD
la the Head, Rose Cold, Bronchial Catarrh aud
Cleanses the nnstrlln, permits natural breathing,
and preveuUi Incrustation., unuftle and .neeilna.
It isasiwdftcrure for Cold in the Read which
il caused by sudden changi'S in the atmosphere.
ZHrerfloiw In tm Inngvafja accompany aery Mile,
PAPILLCN MFC. CO..CHICACO.
TOR 84 LB BT ALL DBUGQIET8.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCHUH,
Special Agts. in this oitv.
liMonroo Sti., Chicago.
Will nrf f wt! 1 titw iti
i tm .01) rut., llS tamvitH
l 't Initrtumnu. Snlu, f'ups Btllkj
FompMM, ElultU, C,p-UB,
I i.b., Pnim MtiurH fiuf aoa
I lUu. g.nilrv Hand Ovtaih HH
llM.urk's al lariil ln.wila anil
prpm it Arx..' Ma aw a
Hn Bill fifl SKIN
V 7 I 1
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NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool,
Wm. Ludwig &
Relieved and cured without sorgictal operation, tras torture or rtotnntlon from labor by Dr. J. A.
Sherman', iy-t''m. Patients from abroad can receive traatment anJ le ivu fur home same oay. Rup
ture and tru-fa cauio lumbrtgo, kldner and bladder affxctloriK, affict tse nervous system, Impair
manhood and bri mj ou impotencv and other duploraiile a lmnti. All inee troubles removed and
primitive soundnea matured hy Dr. Hhermau'e treatment. Boole, with cuntiuuoua indorsement for
the past thirty-five years from physicians, merchants, clergymen, farmers and othera who have bean
cured, mailed f ir ten cent". One 8m v the, el the Vienna In-litnn-, M. 'Lmjt. Mo., has alter d the like-
nessof cured nauont in Dr. Shermm a illustrated pamphlets, otren tivm to p -rmate them, ana puh
llohns them as patient to be curod. This bold fraud to dupe thn alll cte ts fatly exposed In an Illus
trated circular which is sent to an one who writes for it. Since thj ri'ilu t!ou df terms pationie are
daily comini; from a 1 parts of the country for treatmont. Day nf consultation t Sew York oflce. 251
Broadway. Monday, I ueanay anil Saturnnv eacn
Mutual Life & Accident
I AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
! COPYRIGHT SECURED.
8ncceasnr to Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, ornantzeil July 4th, 1877, under
tbu laws of m.
joiin it. nonissoN.
WM. STKATi'-'N -
J. A. CiOLuSTINE....
C. W. UOSMXI
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. t ration. SirUton Bird. ero-,ers. Cairn, III.,
J. A. Oo'd-line, olUoldstine & Uosenwater, whole
sale and retnil drv good;C. W. Dunning. M. I).;
Pr.is. Bd. Me l Kn , for Pensions; Albert Lewis.
comiu1""tn i -'-etjant; J. H. Robinson, county
ludee au i.it irv i.ulilic: Wm. Y. Pitcher, com.
broker anaMiitnrauce aeent; K. U. Batrd, city
street supervisor; M. rh all s. rarp nter and baud
er; Thomas Lewis, attornev and seeretarr; K. V.
P:eroe,attornev at-law, DuQuoin I11.;E. C. Pace
cahter of t'nrjtennial Ban, Ashley. III.; Albert
Hayden. caahier of George Connelly A Co., Spring
Held. 1 1 ; B. M tlnnn. attorney-at-law, 1Kb Kaa
dolph street, Chicago; Hon. Kobt. A. Hatcher, at-tomev-at
law, Charleston, Mo ; H. Letghton,
cashier First National Hank, Stuart, Iowa.
A New and complete Hotel, fronting o.
Second aud Railroad Streets,
The Pasncnger Depot of the Chicago, 8t. Loult
and Aen Orleans: Illinois Central; wahach, Nt.
Louis and Pacific; lion Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louts Railway
are all jnst across the street; while the Steamboat
Landing Is bat one square distant.
This Hotel In heated br steam, has steam
Lanndry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Belle.
Automatic nro-Alarms, tsatns, absolutelv pure air.
perluct sewerage and complete appointments.
aaperrj mrnieaings; perfect service; and an nn
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A Practical Telephone for Social and
business Purposes, unequaled for
Private and Publie Linea.
8old Outrischt for 88. OO.
aaey ere in every wav ir superior 10 the many
Amateur Mechanical Torephones now being sola
throughout the country. They are the only tele
phones having aa Automatic Line Wire Tlghtner
and ther are the only Telephones that are pro
tected hy an Outdoor Llnhtning Arrester. All
sounds are delivered In clear and natural tones.
Tbey are the neatest, most durable and reqalre leas
attention aid repairs than any other Telephone
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Fop Many Keasons.
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I have a positive remedy for the above disease ; br IU
use thouaands of cases ofthewontkindaadof Ions
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t CURE FITS!
' When Isayeureldnnotmeaamerelytostopthsm
for a tune and then have them return arain, I means
radical oura I hnve made the disease of i ITS, EPI-
, LKPHV OR FALLING t5lCKNKSSlife-long study.
I warrant my reme'ly to cure Ihewnrtteaees. Ilecaose '
others have failed is no resaon for not now receiving a
en re. Send at once for a Treatise and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Kiprees and Postoaea. It
coete you nothinii tor a tril. and J will cure lot.
Addreaa 11 a. lL O. KUOT. 1M Pearl St.. rewYork.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. r(rulr Grednats of two medical
eolleues, has oefn loiiter engagvii ill the treat
ment of Chronio, Nervom, !SUii and
Illoocl Diseases than any other physician In
8 1. Lou I j, as city paper shew ami all old resi
dents know. C'onMi'tatlnn t niflceor wf mail,
free aud Invited. A friendly taikor his opinion
eosts nothing. When it lsfncnnvetilent to visit
the city .or treatiwut, medicines can be sent
by mall nr express even-where. Ctira.de case
giihrautevd ; when! dcibl exists It la frankly
stated. Call or Write.
ti Karrona Progtratioa. liability, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and L:one, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sows and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Sheumatiym, Pilus. Special
1 attention to casea from over-worked brain. '
SUBGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exoessea
Indnlgencoa or Exposures.
H Is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to aela ol caaes attains
great skill, and phvslclans In reitular practice
all over the country knowing this, frequently
recommend cases to the oldest i.dice in Ani-rlca,
where every known ttttnee is resorted to,
' and the proved pood i-omtxliva of alt
ages and countries spanned. A whole house le
oaed forolllre pnrioses, and nil are treated with
skill In a resperirul manner) and, knowing
what to do. nocxMi Intents are made. On ac
count of the great nunilwr applrlng, the
charges are kept hiw, often lower than la
demanded hy others If vou secure the skl-1
and get a spee.v and rrfert lit' nfre, that la
the Important matter. I'juipUlct, 36 pagefc,
scut to any address free.
Elegnnt cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for SO
tents In postage or currency. Over Ally won.
nernn pen pictures, true to lire , articles on the
following subjects. Who may marr
why? Proper aire toinarrv. Who
arry, w no not;
innhmwl, Wnnianhwid. Phvslcal d
ft ..en v . Whrl
should niari'y. Mow l!f and' happiness may ba
married or contemplating
marrvlno should reu.l li.
py all adult person, then kept under lock and
It ought tone reaa
awy. ropuiar tuition, rtenie a-ainivi, nui
cover and SuOuagea. SieiiU b mail, liimpueJf
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