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l''or the Cure ot Coughs, Colds,1
I loarsencss, I -rcn imis.Croim. Influ-
cna, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
t:iii.iit C'onr-uniT.tion and fur the re-
cdMageK.t Hie lorhule
iy all llruggiats. l'rire, 25 Cents
MSKma!aMa.wcn n a .thf-j. s,T
IT S3 8
from im.vi Mmrci-n uiim: time lourths ot
tho iliaeiiS'-s i,t tiiu I.uinnn i:uo. TIickh
symptom itiiiieiiln llieiie.xirteii'o: Imu ot
Appetite, Itovvtl Loillvt, Melt Jtcad
uilie, fullnm alter tntum, aversion to
exertion of lxnly or initxt, j:ructation
or loud, In liability uf temper, Iow
aplrlts, In lum of vine neglected
line limy, IH.ziurm, l'lutlrrliiK ot the
lli-art, !( iH-forn tl,r tyt. I,il:liy col
oreil l iliie, tU.STJIM-rio., timl tie.
iiiimil tliu umu cf uri'imnly timt arts directly
on the Liver. Asnl-ivcr hhm) i-iii(- TL'TT'N
11 I.I.S have 110 '.ii::I. '1 lii ir uetion on ttio
Kidneys und k:n is ii! - o prompt ; reiiiovinir
all Impurities ihrijiiuii 1 !.-! thiee " iv
msrr of the kyUein," pumiirinir app.
tUi', sot; nd ilifi'Sl inn, reiilm' Mm ,U, a : U-n r
tkiiiainl a vigorous IkkIv. 'JITT'S 1'II.I.S
t-:.tj -) no mutsiru, op K'ipiM.' nor luterlero
v. i'li i tllv work ami tut.- a pi rfett
nr. ri:i:i.s i.iki: a juv mas.
"I have lull Iy. ri p-i;i, Willi (.onstlpa
ti'in.two vi.-a.--i, uinl lmv tried t n diilererit
kinds of 'j.ill-i, uud TITT'S an' the flmt
tli it have done mo hhv good. Tlii-y havo
-!i-iitlwJ nil; ni.t lik-riy. My appi-tlto M
sjilrtidiil, I ( disf.iM 'readily, und I now
have nutui.d i ,,--'i-'i -1. li i-1 like a new
ii.:-ii. I. i.liH .m, rulitiyr.1,0.
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TUTT'S MAKr. Z' ii:.: rn fur.fiPTs tm
A SPECIFIC FOR
:W EPILEPSY. SPASMS, -W
G0KYULSI0H3, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCHOHOLISM,
OPIUM EATIKG, SVPH1LL1S,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
XIDKEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
rjfjy$1.50 per boUle.-W2
For twtiiimiii'- and circulars send utamp.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
rorrt-.i.u.i.liTiccrr- .y uT,tcr,a by PUy.icu.uf.
hlJ Siy uN lruHtist.
l.nr !, stiinvj
ir.li C 1.. At!1. luciiKO, 1.1.
f ' hi. 1 rur,
Liver and Eidacy Remedy,
f'nninonnili d front the wi ll known
Cur.aivi'S Hups. Mult, ISiii'Iih, Jlan-
dr.iku, Datiili'li n, .Sarwtpanim, in
cam Sn'.rrii'la. "tc, conihiiicd with an
(t-n-enlile Aj-itimtic nxjr.
Act Epun the Mvcr anil Kidneya,
REGULATE TUB BOWELS, VA
iThi'V ruro Illfumntlsni, mid oil 1 ri-
b.ny trouble. Tiny tnviporaio,
liiiui isli, Ktretitrtlien aiul quiet
tint Nervous Systt'in.
As a Tonlo they ha.a no Equal.
Take mini) but ll'.p onil Mult liiiutm.
FOR SALE BV ALL DEALERS.
Hops and Malt Sitters Co.
t'.ilias 1M) P.U11.
(Uvps Jit'lit'f at
in rt. Not a Li-
,iiili1 01. Sinn ft A n
r HAVFeVlR fiJ y
1 iy .tr rv
HAY-FEVER " r
init tl with HiiffrT. (live it a Trial.
Went-, nt ilt ult Hti. BJ cunU by mull rculutcr
cil. 81 nd fur rln n'iir.
ELY UUoril liKS, DruirttldU. Owigo.N.V.
Ji1. 'Jg 'UgHttM.tl
Kl Liver and Kidney Remedy, mJ
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The Daily Bulletin.
OrrlCIAI. P.Vl'EU OK AI.EXASDEIt COL'NTV
MKHKIl AT TUB CAMU) lWl'oFKICK KDIl
"IMNNMIKSION 1 11 HOI Oil Til K MAII.X AT
8KLOM) CI.AHS HATKK.
A triiti luinl of grttvttl wits brought in
ly tliu Miiiois CVntnl road yesterJ iy tuorn
in unit unloailed ttlnno; the Ohio levee
tru ks Ijt.'lnw Twellilt Htrvet prepurtitory to
the coiiiiiiencenierit of the work of raising
ttie trucks to the new rmle of' lilty-four
A iicyre-s iHtii'd Cjutliia l'.ii ker fell
into the puii'l of witter iieur her mticli on
Fifih Street yester lny iiinriiiiij and, hut
fir the accidental presence of a negro man
who Btw ln-r fail, (she would huve drowned.
She wi,8 under the influence of liquor end
fell fr.iin the hack steps of her house.
Whisky and water nearly proved fatal to
her. II re iftt-r sliu wi'.l proUhly take her
whisky "straight," t hhitkij the two up
well together before taking.
Two youn fellows tried to pUy "tlie
cliaiiL'e tnie'" on Mr. Jamcd 1h last even
ing; but Mr. It. hud ''been there" b fnre
and w.18 not to be "taken in" again. He
described tli fellows afterward to the
ollki n, n I Ufet ntht CI i f Myers and
Oili'ers Mahinny and liou'huer bjied
tU'j fellows after a luny hu it and a little
chase, 'l'liey will probably he examined
to-d iy. They L'ave their names as E. P.
H'.we and T. P. Auihros".
S i far the precincts "f Tlielien, Klc ,
15 ecii H.djje, Sinta Pe, Goose Island and
Ilndire I'ar'.j, in the country, have been
heard fn nt reardin' the results there
of the late lb-publican prinwp-s; and all
but the last nstned have instructed th-ir
(lelej,'tes to the Coutity Conventi n to be
held in the Court House here to-morrow,
fur Capt.Jnn. Ii. Thomas for copgresMimn.
In Ho l-. s Park Hdl 3cot's "ham" divided
the ih .legation muilly for an 1 nyainst
C-tpt. Thoinas. Els' Cpe Girir le.u ii'id
Clear Creek predi cts have not y i Ineti
h -aid tr in and it is not known that any
dele-'a'ts were R-lected in either "f lln iu.
The cuuV'-Mi!i"ii will he almost un tniuiou.slj
a T:io;uns convention.
If the C U'.ty Co:ivtDtio:i nxt Satur
diyd cili-s to lio'tiinate dehljites to the
C 111411 sioual an i ttorial Conv.jNti(n
rti well a to 'lie St ite C invention, the ilels
S ition from A'extuderto the fir-t nanii 1
will b; itii-trure l to vote t r C pt. Thorn ts
a !"ti as tlttre may be any chance for his
nomination. Ti.e fact tint the Central
Committee h s determined, in a Ssly ir
reoultr w iv, that this convention shall
nominate deiei; ,tes 1 nl) to the State C'on
tion, a .d called a second coui.ty conven
tiou to u i:i,i:iate diieyates to the C n
i,'resintnl an 1 Senatorial Onventiona, wiil
be ur'ed by u few as a:i ob.lac'.e in the
way of next S iturd .ay's C iav nti in, sli mid
it - 1 1 -m,t t 1 send ik-ligites to the Con
i;resi n .1 and Senatorial Conventions, but
th re is no retainable ground f r this
"oar"' to rtst upon. Tiie Cnuuty Conven
tion Mi Si'urday wi l have a ri t to de-t.-riniie
this ttuc-tii n f.jr i's If; the Cen
tral C .inm.ttee It as c.fily dele'at"d autm ri-
ty it isacreature of th c ouveu i u, and
the moment the convention it has called
together is as-einbled, its authority van
ities .lots the lilit of t!u twinklini'
slur before the noonday sun. Hut tint
tjui stinii of the convention's ri'ht to ignore
or override tlie action t f the coiLiiitUe
would only arise if the cominitt-e's acti 'ti
were h'gititi.a'e if the cull for the second
primaries and the second County Conven
tion tmi been regnhr'y issued. As it i,
the convention of next Stturdnv has a ch ar
field; there is Nonii.so :op-eveit it se
lectim,' delegates to the Ccnoressional and
S-matori tl Cenvei.timiS, under tlie clause
in the call which c mvened it, ' to do any
other business that msy properly come up
before them." TluTii is 110 cull for second
primaries; nous for a second couuty con
vention. Inure is only an allkiied call, a
pretense; the def inued and illegitimate off
spring of an unholy combination of a few
men with evil designs a puny politic.!
nondescript, bearing unmistakable evi
dence of impotence and abortion against its
progenitors. The convention meets only to
act upon the teiy plain propositions, thit it
can do wily all that is necessary to be
done; that two conventions are superfluous
and would only subject the voters of thw
county to double loss of valuable time,
double expense, t ice the trouble, without
gaining anything by it in the cud, and that
the only reason that the few projectors of
the second convention cm possibly olLr in
favor of their proposition, is that they wilj
thereby be given hu lher opportunity to
overrule the great majority, to reopen the
foul spots on U.a h'Cal Republican body
politic, and to agnin bring prominently be
fore the public the creatures who are gen
erated and live iu the stinking pus that
oozes from them. Saturday's c nontlon
has tbe right and tht pnyej t prevent this
inexcusable intracVioii of all that is con
sistent will) the public good, and it is ia
duty b u.nd to exercise them.
St. Louis, Mo., Ju'j &-V', lSSS. The
stiffness is all cone Irom tnv neck. A lew
application ol Merrell's Penetrating Oil
itmirelv curel it. It is a wonderful Lini
ment, and I am greatly obliged to you for
recommending it. Very truly,
IIbnky C. Dunne,
Sup't of Night Mail, St. Louis, Mo.
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING APRtL
CALL KOK DEMOCRATIC STATE CON
VENTION. Di-mocuaticStateCkstiiai. Committee,
Uioominoto.s, lu.., March 17, 1884.
The Democrats of the Stute of Illinois,
and all other citizens dis-atisfied with the
demoralizing political methods of the Re
publican pirty, and with the corrupt, cx
trav.gant system of administration iu S'.ate
and national hfl'drs inaugurated and now
practiced by that party, are retjUDi-ttid to
meet in Stite Convention at Peoria, on
Wednrbday, July a, 1S-4, at 'i o'clock
(noon), 'or the following purposes:
1. To appoint a State delegation to the
Nutional Democratic Convention, convened
at Chicaoo, Tuesday, July 8, 1884, said
delegation to consist of four delegate from
the State at large, and their alternates, and
two delegates from each of the twenty Con
gressional districts of the Slate, and their
2. The nominatien of a Presidential elec
toral ticket, to consist of two candidate for
Presidential electors front the State at
large, and out; candidate for Presidential
elector from each of the Congressional ''is
tricts of the State.
3. The nomination of candidates
each of the fololwing S:ate otlicts:
Secretary of State.
Auditor of Public Acc un's.
The appointment of a State Central Com
mittee, und the transaction of any other
business th a may be 1 resented for cousid
The coU'ities of the State shall each be
entitled to representation in the Convention
hereby called, on the basis ot one delegate
for evciy two hundred votes, an 1 also for
every 1'ractiou uf two hundred votes, cast in
Illinois for the Hancock and English elect
ors iu 1880; provided, howevir, that in
CHuntie In w hich, iu 188.1, t!. Democratic
vote for Alfred Orendoiff, the Democratic
candidate lor State Treasurer, was gre tter
than the vote cast for Hancock .tnlEng
li-h electors ia I83I), the basis of represen
t ation shall be the Orend :ff v.e for 1882.
Toe Democrats of the several counties of
the State shall appoint delegate to the
convention hereby called, nn the btsis
hereby established, on Saturday, June 28;u
nex', at such hour and in such manner as
in tv be det'nuined by the Dercocraric
Courry Committee of each c un ty.
The dtl'ga-ion of tch county shall an
nounce its vote by its chairman, whenever,
during the proceedings of the convention,
a v ite is taken by counties; except that
wiicn the county ef Cook is calle I, the dele
gates from each of 'c four C mgressiotral
district witliin the limits of said couuty
shall a:in mn.-e their v te by a chairman
cii iS.-n by themselves.
The delegttes from oicii county, except
ing Cook county, and from each Congres
si 0:1 d d strict of Cook county, shall, pre
vious to the meeting of the convention, de
termine for thenisives whe'h r tha vtte of
the ctiU'jty or of thu C ngrsiomi district
tht v represent shall be cast as a unit or
otherwis", an I, upm mining this deter
minati in, tlie ch tlrm m tf each delegation
shall report its det trtnina'ion to the Secre
tary of tht Soitd Central C unmittee. If
any delegation fall to thus determine nnJ
report the uttthod ot casting its vote, the
secretary of the convention shall record the
vote ot s.id de!egain as announced by its
The several c ninties shall be entitled to
V des as above stated.
Uy or ler of committee.
Joav H. Obeki.y, Chaitman.
W. J. Mize, Secretary.
RSPUBLiCAN COUNTY CENTRAL
IlEAlJt'tTAUTEIH OF Til E KePL'BI.TCAN )
Co.NGHES-IOXAI. COMMITTEE, 18TII I)l-T ,
Cair , lu.., April 3:h, 1884. )
The following members of the County
Central Committee met at the office of
C. N. Hughes:
G. Wooden, Cli is. Lancaster, C. 0. Pa-
tier (proxy), Warren Winana (proxy),
George Ellis (proxy), Chas. Anderson, R.
II. O'liryan, James Wheeler (proxy.)
Genrge Wooden was chu;eu Chairman;
R. II. O'liryan, Secretary.
On motion of C. O. P.ttier, that the said
mimed mcmberu rcriuest Mr. C. N. Hughes
to call the County Central Commit
tee to meet for business on Friday
night, April 4 h, 1884, at his office.
On motion of CO. Patier, thtit said min
utes be handed to Mr. C. N. Hughes, and
also to be published in the morning's Btlle-
tin. Geckus Wooden. Chairman.
11 II. O Buyan, Secretary.
His FirM I'aso.
Senator Morgnn. ot Alabama, had a
hard struggle when he began tho
practice of law. His shingle- luing- un
noticed for many months. Becoming
desperate one- day, hu packed up his
lew bonk an I started fur tips tlepot.
tlvWi'iuiiu'd to abandon his profession
tin I go to Texas, lie reached thu foot
of the stairs which led to hi.s rmVo
when he w;is invested by nn elderly
man who inquired where John Mor
gan' law HW h-ik. 'dti erht here, sir,
tuy name is Morgan." "Coing out?"
"1 am about to start for Texas on
pressing business." "Indeed! Then
can you direct mo to a good lawyer?
I've-ti little cast) to dispose of." "1
decided," said Mr. Morgan afterwards,
iu telling thu story to a friend, "that
my Texas trip was not so pressing after
all. 1 took thfjold gentleman into my
oflieo mid heard his ease. I won it,
and since that day fortune has favored,
W. f. I.aVIIIIiin. rivrr inoiirol im Hi-llktiN
and uteaT.tiimi pmenj,,r Hii.nt. Order for all
koii'i. .r teii,iinttt Jnh priiitlnir Holicltert. oiBce
n: num.! curuuean lloliil. No. 72 'Jlllo levea.
KTAflES OF TIIE HIVKH.
The liver marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m.4t feet 1 inch and fall
ing. I hattaiiooo(i A1111I ,'!. River 10 feet 1
1 , i. . , . 1
incil Utld I lLltlg.
Cincinnati, April 3. River 30 feet 5
inches and falling.
Louisville, April 3. River 11 feet
3 inches and falling.
aasiivii;e. Aiin a Kiver 14 ft 4 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, April I!. Hivur It feet 3 in
ches and lallin.r.
St Louis, April 3. River 23 ft 5 inch
es and rising.
Tilt Ohio is tnlltn.T Bt.-ftflilw unit tlifi
Sewers will S )on be opened t ) let the Sipej
The I ion Mountain has resumed business.
The Charlen Mnrmn aill tiuaa hero to.
day for St. I,uis. Cupt. Harry Stein is
. ,, .
fail 1 1 in command ami will run her as an
excursion boat at St. Louis this summer.
Tlo. IT., C .., i r . T ,t
... wu ...,, jjnsseu uj oi i luuimi uu
Shawrii.-etown last night. She hail a good
The City of Helena is due to-Dight for
The City of New Orleans from St. Louis
leaves to-day for the South.
Pres Byrnes took a free ride to Paducuh
on the Fowler yesterday.
The Titos. Sherlock from Xew Orleans
will piss up for Cincinnati Sunday night
Look rut for the Andy Baum to-morrow
The New Mary Houston wilt leave here
to-day for New Orleans
The Ohio from Memphis passed up for
Cincinnati yesterday noon. She had a good
pa-senger trip and was making last time.
The Jas. W. Gff arrived here yetterday
urmu. She had a good trip but had rough
experience with the gale of Tuesday even
ing and her officers state that they thought
for a while that the Gaff's career was at on
end. She departed for Memphis at 8 p. m
The W. II. Cherry from Nashville arrived
here yesterday morning at 0 o'clock. She
di-.charg -d 27,000 feet of walnut lumber at
the Siug'-r Factory and received 20 cabin
passenger here for Metropolis, Paducah
and points on the Cumberland river. She
caught a bonanza by the Fowler missing
h-r regular trip Wednesday. Departed at
10 a. m. on her return trip.
The City ot Baton Rouge from New Or
leans passed up for St. Louis yesterday
moruiug. She was 3 days 23 hours tut
from New Orleans.
Capt. Charh-y .Nellis finished unloading
hisbirgi; of gravel yesterday. The gravel
cuverel 283 yards and is of tlie best quali
ty. It is only to be regretted that all the
streets of Cairo were not covered with the
same class of gravel. Capt. Nellis will go
back to Paducah to-day with his barge
after another load.
The a-sthetic movement in England has
entirely died nut, because well, because
people think there is more good common
sense in taking a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup than in carrying a lily.
THE NEWS COPYRIGHT BILL.
A copyright or patent secures to the
writer or inventor for a limited time a
monopoly iu his own creation or invention.
For what purpose is the monopoly granted?
It is to stimulate creative talent. This
must be the only reason, for during the life
of the copyright or patent the public is the
poorer for the grant of tho monopoly. All
legislation must be fur the public good, and
hence there can be no justification in copy
right or patent laws, except on tho sound
theory that the ultimate results justify a
Now does the business of news gather
ing need the stimulant of copyright? It
would be folly to say that it does. The re
wards of judicious expenditure iu the col
lection ot news aie ample, and the strong
newspapers which are the champions of
the news copyright bill are among the
most prosperous busiuess enterprises in the
The metropolitan newspapers claim that
they expend large sums in the collection of
news, and hence that they should be pro
tected in its use by copyright. Copyright
and patent laws are net made to reward
individuals or corporations for the expendi
ture of money, but to stimulate creativs
and inventive talent. If a copyright can
be granted on news, it must be to him who
creates or inventa news, and not to the
newspapers which are buyers of and deal
ers in news.
What is news? The statement of facts,
the history of current events. Can anynno
create or invent a fact or event? Unques
tionably not. What, therefore, are tho
reasonable grounds for a copyright?
News is the history cf the time. The
law should not make it the property of nuy
person or monopoly.
Mr. Frank Devine, 847 First Avenue,
New York, states, that be was afflicted
with acute rheumatism and was cured bv
St. Jacobs Oil, the Great German Remedy.
The most delicate persons enjoy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken
dowa body. 15 cents. (5)
Iu tho blood i apt to thow lte!f in the Sprlntr,
Rll'l niourn piiiiu'i, it r,i iut;pinn mi; sr.:. ri, iu
thruwin.' it otf. Swift Snecilli- (loi( tlUcllectlVB-
ly. it 1 a purely vegelahle, nou-pol-oiuma rem
eilv.wh'ch helpH nntarc to turce all iho olson or
talut out tbroi.gti tno pore or tliu tain.
Mr. Hubert A. Kalev, of Dlck'nn, Tenn.. write
under dittit of March 10, lssl: "I hml chill and
fever, lolluwed bv rluumatlum, for three yuar, o
thut 1 U'HH nut. ah e til i.ttend In mv I.un nem..' tiHll
" (1 onot every Kini nr ni.aiieiii-, sua I una
no re lef A friend iecoininer.il.Ml Swift' Speclllc.
1 tr!i one b .tlie anil niv health limtan to Imnrme.
I ceutinui il u til I rut taken hi x bnttb. and it
liu net niu on tr.y feet, an oumt and an well u
ever. 1 reconiineLd it lo all similarly afllicteil
Letter from tweniv three (ill ol thu leading rn
tail drunifiHt of Atlauta av. nn erilHta .March-'!
18t: "We ell more nf Swift' Specitlc tlian any
o' her one remedy, iiud three to ten time as much
a any other b oml medicine. sell It to all
cla en, and many of the beat families tteo It a a
general neultb tunic. '
IT Am BIIPA tli.l ai.-lf,fa UnnAlfl Bn.-a.! m 1 1 Ta T
terribly led-oned with maaria. ami wan itiven
upiomu. .swill h n iiciuc rei.even mo oroiiml v
and entirely. 1 think It the create! remedy of
' c. o. spencer
Sup't (ia Works, Koine, (ia.
I have known ami unci! Swift'H Snecltlc for moro
than twenty yearn, aril have s.'e mi re wonderntl
puunltd fmm II. iib.i ihun frikn, ut.u -..m .lu l
outnf the 1'hnrmucopieia. It I a certain and sure
antldute to a I niirtH ef Itlood l'oion.
j uicksuN SMITH. M l).
Our Treat's" on Wood aiid Sklu Ulseaeo mailed
free to aiiplicatitB
Till SWIFT SPECIFIC! CO.,
Drawet 3, Ailanta, (ia.
Y. Office, 159 W. Kid St , bet. t.trt A Tlh Avrf.
I C J 'iNtVCr OUT OF ORDER.
J 30 UNION SQUARE N IVY YORK.
- a m
TOR SALE BY
If. SteagaLi & Co., Cairo, 111
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of ("airo, Ulinc.is.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL. JS 1OO.O0O!
A General Bankinir Ilasiness
THOS. W. ILYblilDAY
NTERPRlSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS WANK.
Til OS. W. 1IA7JI1I)V ,
Coi Dtiievcial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BMOSS, Prifftdetit.
U. WKLbS, Cishtur.
P. yr.VC, Vice Pres'nt
T. J. lierth, Asi't cuan
T. Tiros" Cn'ro I William Klaiy. .('iilre
PeierNetl' " William Wolf...,
C.M Ontcrloh " C. (I. Puller "
Jt. A. Under " I II. Wells
J. V. Clemson, Caledonia. -
A OEM3II.VL HANKING UUrilNKsa DONE.
Rxchanjre fold and hointht. Iutereff pill :i.
the Sayitiit Department. Collection made am!
till busiuess promptly attended to.
JATiLI DAY BKOTII KHS
FLO UK, (1KAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
0i;heBtCa8h Fri"e Paid for Wheat,
T ADIES or Youuir Men Ih c ty or county to take
nice. Pelit and p!eauut work at thuirowu
home; i to S a day easily and qulutly made;
worltent h rt. ail; no ciinva-dlii?; to tamp lur
rep y. l'Iuo ailtlree Jtcllalilo Ml(. Co., l'ulludel
plila, !'., drawer TT.
ly ad lrea uii liK!. I'. HOWKI.I. A t'O , 11)
hptace hi Y'ork.can learn the exact cot
oi Kry prop.,iii.,i l!i. ,,f Al Vi ll'i 1SINU In Aract
can eapap,-rii. ttTl')-piie famphlft, mc.
What to ro llien.
ieen 1 1 "ri""' 1'lK,'t-'"- I'rompt. ure
7 (Jreat Monarchies
OK THE ANCIENT EASTERN Wo HI D By
IfaaliUHi ri. ihree larye vounnen, ov,,, 7' hi Fine
11 uslrutionB. Price reduced from 1S to f t y,t
mi d 1 ileuler. I!in.kn sent for ex minatinn'be
foie pajmetit, on evidence ol rood faith. Speci
men pa'e und ln'iru atalocu.- free.
.IOIIN H. A M)KN. I'uh.lsiier, is Vnsey St., New
York. I' O. liov :-ii7.
JO PMVJ on Jamo Hlver Va., In a north
. illltiO irn "et'lrment. Illustrated cir
,.. . ,., ''hir Irce. J. V. .MANCUA,
C arenioi.t, Ir'nla.
Ait Only Patighter Cured of Cousiuup
tiou. W hen ilealh wiib hourly crpecled, all remedies
liayiiiir uiied. nr. 11 Jann wa. experimenting
with the many herbs .1 ( u cutta, he accidentally
ma le a preparation w hich cured hi only child ol
( ''' '"'.Hit line His child in now in this country,
and ...'.ivlnxthe h-slol health lie has proved U,
thewrld that fonmimptlon car. bo positive y mid
permanently cured. The doctor now utves tills ro
ce:pt tree, only askiep two li-ceut stamp,, to pay
expenses. Thin Herb a'.sa cures Nitln Sweats
-Naiii-eaat the Mom ieh, and will break up a Penh
co d In tw.nty-foiir hours. Address CKAUlJOCK
A CO., UJl Uicu Mreet, I'hilaJelphia, naiuiuK
All of the liet, K th new arid nl.l. Plants. Tr-svi
niftt. Snub, by mail, asW.r..ty. .s'., irr.i-m
guaraniuU. GO fiiuiaselieap, !j I heU.fm exaupla-
30 PACKETS fKffKtes Si.
For th other M jit Set and I.OtM tlilnirn h
l IrN.H.'ml t .reur lilunLrateit CUlivun ! over Ion
imtrei, lre. A'""' t.i'er nor neir- r-iinh Ctal.
UimW ii; ) r. fttflacre. 2 1 lawttrfenhoiuna
THE STORRS & HARRISON GO.
FAlMiaY UXE, LAJVi: t OI NTV, OHIO
" . 1
1 'Vi.u.i -ll-lt V. f ' "uer ?:
iv I .lie .'Ii.avivi -ei '
1 t'.MlI.. -
I hvo a P'l'itivnrHiiieiiyfnrtlipabnvBdnniise ; by its
nt. thou.'iuii9 er eua-s ol tho worst kind anil of Uiiik
n.indiiu havn Ih-pq eureil. Indeed, so ntron is nil
f .lit h iniMnfflnaiy.that I will aend TWO HOTTLKS
FKKK,toKetnrwith j. VA1.UA Hl.H TUKAT1SK on
this disease, to any snr7rer. (oveeinrens and P.O.
fcldross. Uu. T. A. is LUC U lsl I'oari !bl.,NeW Vor
2()Gth Edition. Price only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
t xhaifti'd V taltly. Nervous and Physical De
lnliiv Pmmatuiu Decline in Nun, Krrors of
Voiiih, and untold miseries resulting Irom tndia
cret on or exeen-ts A hook fur every mati, youns,
niioille-HL'ed and old. It contain 1-J prescriptions
I- r nil ai uto anil chronic diseases, each one ot
which ts m it'll ilits. m liiuul i,y tho Author,
nnwn,: rAjier-.e ice i ir .a years is such as probably
ni ver heferu lell to the lot of ituv phvsiciun. M
piitte-, liounil in beautiful French muslin, embos
sed covers, l'tl' lit, u'lianeite d to be a finer work
in ev, ry seiise-imiehanic il, literary and profes
sional than liny other wmk aold lu this country
for ! Ml. 01 the money will be refunded In every
Instance Prliu oi.ly Jl.0,1 by m.ll, post-paid,
lllusiriilivf ai:i le ti cents. .chd now. Oold
medal awarded thu author bv the Natiu- al .Medical
Asseimtiou, to the fllcer ef which he refer.
This bona should Im read by the youn lor In
st uclloii, ami by theulllicfd for relict 1 1 will
benefit all. London Lancet.
There is no Member ol society to whom tht
hook will not he usunil, whether youth, parent
ttuard an, instruct! ror lerir man. Argonaut.
Add. ess the Peabudy Vedical Institute, or Dr
. II. I'urker, No. t llulllncl Slreot, II iston.
Mass., who tuny he cinsulted on all ills, use re-ipii-lui!
skill and expeni'iico Ch'onlc and obsti-nut-ilisea-i
s that have Ivillled 1 1 1 ,t 1 the
skill id all o'hi'r physicians a spe
cially. Such treated sue- rp i i iron n
ces-lully without an inst- 1 II 1 Olill"'
mice ni failure.
HALT CIII TM. l'(7i:MA, SCltni ri.A, SCALT)
Il.'.il. Ki-;ii -las. -letter, I live, liuinli), llnrbel''
lieh, I'iimiIi", Mines, CarliiiiuUs, I l.uil I'mseiiini
nnil I'lii-.inid Wniniils, liliinonii, Suuburu. und
jil ili-oi-esiif the. -.kin.
Fur Piles, Wounds, Cut, fleers or Soiej no
remedy h so prompt in mailhiiiK and henllim ,u
puplll'ui km Cure. It does mil smart or bunt.
J.imlinna in lax Imnjua.jct (ktcomWBy eitry botllt.
NASAL CATAItllir, ACUTE or CHKONtC COLD
iu tint Head, Hose Cold, ltrunclilul Cutiurh uid :
Clcnnsi' the nostrils, permits iiatunil bmtlhlnv,
anil lireveiils IneiiislKlluiis, nurtlis und theeirinB.
It (saspe, iileeiire lor Cold In the Hoad-wliich
i CBUsnl by sudiltn elKinnes in the atmonpherti.
IHrtitiom III ti a languaget accompany ctoy Mil,
TOR SALE BY ALL SRUdGlBTt.
For Salo bv
PAUL G. SCIIUII,
Snccial Acts, in this citv
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