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The Koy.il Baking Powder Unequaled
Purity and Wholesomencss.
The following ci rtiliciites from well-known choinUts and
scientists form as htron an array of evidence as was ever iv
en in behalf of anv article of human food:
Govern mo ut Chemists ilepoi'ts.
1'i'of. I'M ward G. Love, the overnnient chemi.-t, says:
''I have tested a package of K'oyal Making Powder which I
purchased in the open market, a:id lind it composed of pure and
wholesome ingredients. Jt is a cream of tartar powder of a
liili decree of merit, and does not contain cither alum or
phosophatcs (,r other injurious substances.
(i. Lovr., Hi. I."
l'rof. II. A. Mott, overnineiit chemist, says:
"It isa seientilic fact, that IJoval liakin Powder isabsolute
ly pure. " II. A. Mott. Ph. I).
Win. McMurtric, Professor of Chemistry, Illinois Industrial
L'niv'iitv. late government chemist. Department of Agricul
ture, savs :
"The Koyal Halving Powder has been used in my family for
many years, and this practical test as well as the chemical tests
to which I have submitted it. prove it perfectly healthful, of
uniform excellent rjualitv, and free from anv deletreious sub
stance. Vm. M Mi ktuik. K. M., Ph. D."
Hush Medical College, Chicago.
Dr. Waller S. Haines, professor of chemistry, 'Push Medi
cal College, (.'hica-o, says:
"I have recently examined a package of Poyal Pakiii' Pow
der, purehasfil by my-elf in the open market, and have found
it entirely free from adulteration and in jurious substances of all
kinds. I have several times before tested the Poyal Making
Powder, and have always found it, justas in my present exam
ination, skillfully compounded and composed of the purest ma
terials. Wai.j t:u S. IIainks, M. P."
Dr. II. D. Garrison, professor of Materia Medica and Toxi
cology, Chicago College of Pharmacy. siy :
'I have examined a package of Koyal Unking Powder ob
taineil from my grocer, and found it to hi- composed of pure
and wholesome materials in perfect proportion. It contains no
alum or other injurious Mibstancr. The purity of the cream
of tartar employed in this powder is worthy o'pecial mention,
since it does not contain the tartrate of lime usually present in
baking powders in which cream of tartar of inferior cjualitv is
used. II. D. (iAi:i:isoN M. I)' g
College of HivsiciaiH and Surgeons, Chicago.
Prof. ( '. P. ( o'bsoii. chemist. College Physical and Sur
geons, Chicago, says:
"I recently procured a sample of your ( Poyal) baking pow
der from the' kitchen of a private family in this city, and sub
jected it to an examination. I found it so different from many
of the baking powders advertised as -strictly' ami absolutely
pure and so far superior, that I thought oii would be pleased
n I now it. and nii'lil find use for the certilieate.
In view of the vast difference
are ottered to the in-t ullihle eopie on tiic iace oi me
earth, it pleases me occasionallv to strike an 'honest article.'
"C. I. Giitsov."
Kentucky State College.
Dr. A. K. Menke, Professor d' Chemistry, Kentucky State
College, says :
"I have very carefully examined a package f Poyal linking
Powder, and lind it to be a cream of tartar powder of hi.uii
strength,1 jnot containing any terra alba. alum, or other de
leterious ingredient, everything bein pure and wholesome.
Al.HKKT E. MkNKK."
l'rof. Henry Morton, president of Stevens Institute of Tech
nology, says :
'1 have examined a package of Koyal Baking Powder, pur
chased bv 'myself in the market. I found it entirely free from
alum, terra alba, or other injurious substance.
Dr. d. II. Wright and Dr. Albert Merrell, analytical chem
ist, kite the firm of Wright it Merrell, St. Louis, each says:
I have made a careful analytical test of Poyal Baking Pow
der, purchased, by myself in the open market here, and in the
original package. 1 lind it to be a cream of tartar powder of
the highest grade of strength, containing nothing but pure,
wholesome and useful ingredients.
"drAN IP "Wright, M. 1).
'Alw:i:t Mf.i.uki.l, M. D."
Mrs. Emily Bowers, n l,ci"""r "Zll M'
.Banner skwlh GUS vowlkk
Mm. AMANDA CI.AHKhON, Agent.
Next AW'xiiiuUr Ci Hunk, HthHt.
Oviro. 111. HE SKY K. TAYLOU, Master.
. " , ' ,, . UEOItdE JOltEs. Clerk,
irdooil Stock and Prices Kemnnalilu.wg;!
1-TALIjIOAY BROIIIKKS. I'vlucahfnrfMro daily (Sundays except-
1 eii) at 8 a. in ., and Mutitiil CMtv at 1 j. m. Keliirr.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, im:, leaven Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mound l.'itvatSi) m.
Fi.OUK, UttAIN ASU H IV IN
EgyptianFlourinKMHl8 T D
HlbitCcftb Price PiM tor Wb. at. AJU "llJ UlUUvUll.
I rfjJIJMIRO, UUM.h'liN: WKDKESDAV AIOK.MMU AUGUST (!, 1884.
and .stupendous frauds that i
Tim Daily Bulletin.
"v. i -1 ; i : i at th caik. i-?v:-( :mrv. you
1UN MIS- II IN 'I Mtlol Oil Hl. wH,fAT
tC.( UNI) fl.Axs lt.'
K.im Wart IV Wmj iil Tcstiii Wine.
Mr. Sum Wiinl's di-uth is ilccjiiy ro
rn'ttc'l in Kn'rliinil. I iluubt much
wiietlHT liis frifiuls in this country
kiii!v or (.'iireil tnui'li jibout his person
al history in America, hcyoml tin; fact
that ho took can: of them" wiiun "in tlio
states" as noboily nisi! ever did. ' His
dinners, his inlroduelions, his advieo
to traveiin;' JJrilom, were the founda
tion of his extraonVnary populafity
anions tiie Rrilot.s at home; and a very
.sulliciint foundatinii it wis. They ail
.said when they eamu hack that they
had never had .so jrood a time as when
under .Sam Ward's care. He even, as
you perceive, taught tliem to sjieak
American, and in this they delighted
almost as much us they did" in tho ban
quets with which he regaled them at
lMmonico's. lie really did much to
m ike America and Americans better
liked in England, and that is a service
which may be .set oil" against a consid
erable catalogue of faults which, in
common with other mortals, he un
doubtedly was chargeable with. The
fact that he did it by what are called
hospitalities neither enhances nor di
minishes the merit of the service. Ilin
in will) him was one of the most .seri
ous functions of life, and a criticism of
!: ui-h or an opinion of u vintage was
never lijrhtiy delivered. Nobody can
ever forget it w ho ever beheld the series
of evolutions by which he first ac pl.vd
f ir hiin.si'if, and then imparted to t!;c
ompi.ny. his judim-nt on a trlass of
claret. 'J he ke,'ii eye upoti the' latter
to see that he wrought no harm inion
Liie precious flui'l a- he h-t it I'w.v from
'!,: 'n!:il to another; the dc'.iuatu
adj'i'imeii'. of the thumo and tinker to
the ;rlav-; tiie iiol-e of Hit! iass as he
lifted it; Hie cotieetitratioii of his whole
bein iti the si'ti-'1 of stne'i as tin; bou-iii'-t
of liie wine readied the nerves
mat !ran-:ni:t"d it to tiie bnrn; and
t in." toucii d the lips which fo. lowed,
and tiii; in-tarit, Miotic, deei-jve co:n-
ar.sou o: ooiiipii-t w;in navor; tnc tie
cious cou'c.'U wiiieh s;ire:i I over his
features it btitn senses satisfied; tiie ap
peal to friends hard by to share in the
ilriitrlit ; the' jjrao. ful invisible lines
which the L'ia-s de-cribed in the air as
he --et it down he who has not seen all
this and niU'.'li more iti tiie simple act
of la-tin.: and testing a new bottie has
ri"ver seen Uncle Sam In his i. -t estate.
-''. II '. ."'!.' i'j'6 l.fjwhii LOl.r.
To lJcaulify t In I'aii'SeX.
"One of l.;r: Rryai.t's j'iko--. an loao
that always brought down thu hou-c,
was Lis tiiize coiiundnun 'What is a
womar. ?' 1! it W'Mv he i.vln ' now I do
t.ot btdievn be wou
body co-lid zw'
L'ive it up," and w ':
i j r 'tiouinl it. No
'Aii W'.uld havo to
i :.n itr.vard c!.uek''e
r, for he it was who
i'ov- to a r. porter for
Th A''.w York ' .Von
ence mor! ti. bij nitrate of s
an 1 eoliodlu:..
Ino from your action s
hoU'eer. that you
i ii t in iw Well times
coul'l an-wer tli
"Uitcc I co-.iid
are imt w.'iat tt.ev (.nee were. :i
ladv came in h-rc to-day to sit for in-r
to-raoh. and, do vou believe ni",
"Ton is: ,' hon
all. S..,- i. , i : .
And that was not
i- t'la-ii' S, and au
artiliclal neck and taio.i'."
( .:. ' ii in. ist iej in'.-fiken.M
' S 1 t;...ii.'i.t lili'ii I wa- eoiiviuced.
Tie; i ' -a. i. t.nti-d -In...-, -kin-, or
cover-', wiin'ever you may cail tiictn,
for arii'.-'. f.n e throa'. and neck arc
:n of ' : y tain rubber. The neck
and bust i- titti .1 ei'j.-e.y over tae
natur.it n t.;, and the ei'.e-s male up
after t:,'' nroiaef of the .actors painting
out their w;-. Win-n tie; fai-i; front,
1 siiou.d ea.i it. i-t s under toe chin a
i.'iacK vei;-: ilobt.rt is wiru ovr it.
The propff ii--t:rt of r ti.'i'iues i iven
to ih improvement alter adj istment
by ii.ll '.t:t: it w.'.ii air. '
"Weii, t oat may aii bo so, l--.it tins
lips and i-yebrows you -peak about 1
can not bela ve."
"No; then 1 w-.li prove it to you."
Here lie took from a case a small ilcli-cate-'.ookin
little bit of rubber that
had more the appearance of the linger
of a surgeon's post mortem iove than
anything el-o. "Hero, you see, is a
f n 1 1 red under-lip. It was jriven tome
by the lady who had the sitting to-day.
She is the aent for these improvement-.
If you notice, tlio fullness is
in the center. Toward tho corners tho
lip is merely a filmy skin of jrutt:i
percha. This is capable of bciujr held
in its position 1v tiie tightness of its
A Com unit lot' I 'cniale .ni;lci s.
A lady w ho is an expert in the jjctitirt
art of anlin has designed ii lisliinir
costume, wiiieh has tho merit of beiue;
pretty as well as practical. It is to be
seen at Redfcrn's. The material vi
which it is made is Ciicvoit twoed.lisrl't
but waterproof. Tho injreuiously
contrived skirt is iloubio from tho
knees downward, tho under part bein;
quite short, oversaitcrs and knicker
bockers. Tiio upper part, when let
down forms a graceful skirt, just com
fortable walking length. This is use
ful for getting to tho scene of action.
When the river is reached and business
begins, tho upper part turns up and
fastens on the hips by means of leather
.straps. The ututersido is then found
to be furnished with two liberal pock
ets. An edging of some two inches of
brown leather protects the edges of the
petticoat. The jacket is also edged
with leather, and is inado double
breasted. Straps of leather aro placed
on the shoulders to relievo tho j)ichcusc
from the dragging weight tho lisliing
basket would otherwise be. A very
becoming hat, mado of tho Ciicvoit and
bound with tho leather, completes a
very business-liko and becoming cos
tunio.whicli is also suitable for shooting
or a walking expedition. The London
"Yoti Russians do liavo such funny
names," was a remark made- by Miss
Hogg to a diplomat nt Washington.
M nli)' I'uil . l.-ip'.i.i U-toid i,l.
liettli-A; lin tin r. vo a ii I yarn dealjis
at No H, North Front. Mri-fl, lion).- hii as
signment -est,.., .,y S.tminl .,.(., of
Salllllel Lee A; Co.. No Ii N'nrtli Front
street. The libiiiiics of the firm are sti
mated to be betAten tl','j,00( nnd IoO,
000, while the v ilno of the assets could not
These are oa.'ng times. Every kind of
business geis down. Only monopolists
and capitalists prolit. The poor nun suf
fers. Give us a chiiice.
Wn.hr.-HAKUK, July Oje thousand
miners i iiqilow..,! ,y Markle k C. are oa a
strike in cuii-rpierice of u dillicuity about
'I he Republican organs arid stiunp speak
ers say that under Ib public in rule the
Kboring mini is "protected" and sitisficd.
It looks like it. The Republican party
tuver did Lave; the iuterest of the working
ni'in at hem t, -,nd rnvc-r will have it.
New Ymk, July Jl. Cariuieliat-l & Kin -men-,
iron tumuli rturers at Ii0 Cednr
stiect ' nd Cd-terville, , htve Assigned.
Liabilities, f.'.ifii); nuinins! assets, :I27,
0U0. The iiablliti, s of Edward W. Ilaa-, s"ik
manuiVitper, 7t; Ort-.-n street, are fjO.OO'J;
iiondii il a-si-ts it jo.noo.
llft;iv C. Nichols A Co., and Ilermm
h k li'ivc iis o u-sieill; . NJ j pieiereiiet s.
Thiee ol a kin I. The ftilini' we have
al a s v. ;t!i u.- -
-under Kepub.iciti tu!
New Veik. .July Winslow, Lanier
&, (,'"., SL't-nts ol the li'H.i!, In li-uia, liank.
st'i'i s that tl,,- i If ris of die failure will be
in'.itely b (a'. Tin- bank is rin til concert-.
Ill hi adiro the above, pa,( r letys, "(Jc
ly ft Small C ticern.'1 Rut we polite it is
not always mi. It is a singular feet about
the R-pul la: in i'tilure epidemic, that it
strikes nil lusiiic-s interests. The large
as well as tin- -iii'tll concerns go under.
Detioi', Ju'y The Michigan cur
woiks- will sin;; d .wn this .eek for sixty
days. thro-.V!i,g l.'.'oi) men out of en. pay
ment. Workiio iin.i', tel l: These are the
gi-oi tlmisthe Ri'puttiican eirty prouiis
ed four ye'irs ngo. Tln-y are promising
the sum:-thine;- this year. The country
has had p'.i-nty of tvidetice tliat the f rotr.
isti of the ll-pub.ic'tn pacy i.re not to be
dc; end d i u. Will the norkiii-.nien and
bli.-int-rS linn be ".gain lliisii; 1 bv them!
lirszil, Ii.d., .In y 31. The ColiuiK reifd
liitik !o,s.-Usa;reh-d. Liabilities, 1143,000;
as.-tt", st 1 TO.OtJO. It is said that the mtire
sth'ol fund cf the county is in the bank.
The inti-re-t? of id'.ica'ion even have tn
protection against the direful t eral'n n f
llepul.iiicflti hnrd times.
The sky ovir th:s wt-sther district y ( stir-
day wes decidedly spotted, though no rain
was reported from anywhere. The biroin
eter was above.au i below 30 by turns, and
the theimoiiieter ranged between 73 and 83
shawtnga -'cnertl risj in tiie Northwest
Tiik Ll'I.i.ltis tbetmoiiieter sto,).l as
billows at the different hours o the day
iven in the diagram below:
I C A.M.
In a iteent attack of acute neurali-i, sys
Mrs. Miiy K. Sliced, 1110 Maryland Ave.,
Waslongtori, D. C, I was cur. d'l y St. Ja
cobs Oil, the oreat pain reliever.
Cur National War Songj.
We htve just received from the publish
ers, S. Rrainard's Sons, 130 State St., Ch:
tago, an elegant book ol 1G1 pages of our In
uu us War Soiios, full sheet music 'ze,
words, tunic and piano or organ ncconipnrj
inieiit complete. No such complete edit c
tinn has evt r been issued, and In sheet mu
sic form would cost over f'i'i. It h.s n title
in live brilliant colors representing one of
the most active 4-niageiiient3 duiing 1 lie
battle 1 1 Gettysburg, alone worth the price
of the book. Rest selling bock of the sea
son for Music Dealers, Hook Sellets mid
News Agents. The complete work for in
troduction, until further notice, will be
mailed post paid to any aMdress for 00 cent-.
Address the publishers.
S. l'u.MNAitn's Son-1,
Name this paper. 130 State S, Chicago.
Advice to Mother?.
Are you disturbed at niylit and ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting tecth'f If so,
send ut once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrlitra, regulates tho stouiacli and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inlbtinination, and gives tone hiu!
energy to the whole system. Mrs, Wins
low's Soothing Syiup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the" taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in tlio United States,
and is for sale by ail druggists throughout
tlio worlJ. Trice 25 cents a bottle.
The new steamer Three States will be
inn on a nioimlieht exenisicn Thurs
day l ight, whii fi tin public is invited
to attend. iao 1 inmic, ample room for
dancing, necessary lefr.'shments and other
comforts and means of p'n.-aiire will be
provided; and it wilt be an htTiir of the
strictest propriety as to perons.
Tlio use ol gasoline, in any foim, upon
premises where tlio building or its contents
are covered by insur ince, forfeits the insur
ance unless a permit is procured from the
company or agent w ho issued the policy.
Wki.u & Kiiin n.
Ci:.NNISi!lIAU & Yoct'M.
It" M. J. Hdwi.ev.
An End to Jlotie h'craping.
E'Uard Shepherd, of llarrisburg, II!.,
says: "llsvir.g re-ceived so much benefit
from Eltctiic Hitters, I feel it my duty to
h-t fciitl'ering humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg tor eight years; my
doctors told liie I would have to have tin;
bone scraped or leg amputated. I usml,
instead, three bottlis of Electric. Hitters and
seven boxes Rucklen's Arnicii Stive, aril
my leg is now sound and well.''
Electric Hitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Uiirklen's Arnica Salve at 2oc.
per box by IJirciay I'r -s. i)
'Kotigii on Rats."
Ch-aisotit i t'--, mice, roach, s, tli
icd-biup, skim!;, chipmunks, g
I ").:. Ihu.'oists.
tfiidiHT.'s A.tiii.'.; s.Uve
'i lie lit-st Salve in the nrbl lor Cuts,
I'suises, Sen-.i, fleers, Salt RI.eiim, Fever
Sores, 'l etter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, ami all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Files. It i. guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, o.-money refunded. Price
''. cents per box. For sale by IJatclay
A Startling I'l-covery.
Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Hi'onehiiis for many years, an 1 that all
reniedi's tried gave no petni'incut u-lief,
until be procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Disci very (' r Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, w hich b id a magical effect, and
produced a pi nnaneut cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Disesses of Threat, Lungs,
or Rroiii hbil Tubes.
Trial Hetties Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size 1.00. to)
Palpitation, Dropsical Swellings, Dl,'.i-nts--'
ladiirotion. Headache, SU cpea-nt ss
cured bv "Well's If-alih RenewtT."
I have used Ely 's Cta run Halm for d:y
Catairh (to vhicb eastun persons are sub
ject w'ao come bei- to live.') It lias ( roved
a cuie. H. F. M. Wnks, Denver, Colo.
Allen's Bilious Physic, is a urely v.-geta-0!e
liquid nine ly for He nlaehe?, Bilious
ness mill Const ip itioii. Easily taking, ai.f
im,' promptly, relieving (juickly. 2o cents.
At ail drueeists. 2
Thirty -four v ent sj a victim of Catarrh. I
have tried many r medics. One bottle of
Ely's Cream Halm gave me more real bene
fit than all the rest. It is a safe and valua
ble tnidicine. -A. L. Fuller, Danby, N. Y.
F.i- she cure of Catairh, I can recom
mend Ely's Cream Htiin, as the best n in -e
ly I have ever used Dr. J. S. Yaughati
dmtist, Muskegon, Mieh.
"Kotigii on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Ruigli on Corns.'' lo,-.
Q'lh k, complete cure. Hard or soft corns,
waits, bunions. (1)
To Repair Ihunagc?'.
Dear I -i' ly, then! is probably no us t tt 11
ingyoit that fashionable life in a gloat city
is a luiiu'h one on your beauty. Late hours
loss of sleep and nilital i xi iteniclit w ,11
leave you by and by shorn of tin so beauti
ful tre-sis wnich diew lovers around you in
other ye irs. Artificial substitutes can nev
er pa.-s for those rich and glnssey Im ks.
Parkei's Hair Balsam will stop your hair
from falling out, re.-toie its natural color
and softness, ami piove cleansing r.n 1 bene
ficial to the scalp.
''IL.ving b en in the iliug business for
thirty years," writes W. C. Field, Phartn t
cist, of 1232 Ceder ATinue, Ckva limd, "I
have had an opportunity to learn tile merits
of i hi. iiiu-it ic iiiedicuie.-', regular ami irreg
ular, and I have tried about everything ami
Miff red everything, and nothing did me
any trood until I took Athloiilioros. The"
I said I have found it, and wid it roiiiiiiei.d
it to any one suffering will rhi umatii-m or
neuralgis. It caiiiu t be red tnmended too
St. Lot is, Mo., August 30, 183.-1 h. ve
Used your Penetrating Oil in my family fir
the last two years, and find it nn ur.lailii g
remedy for ilieumatism, sprains an I tot: -arhe.
My 1 js who ire very load ol tiie
National giiint-, base hall, say they cannot
do with ut it. Yours truly,
Gi-j). E. Hi:nm-.tt,
Teller C;ty Treasury, St. L m's,
I'licap Iiom-a in Arkansis an I Tesm
Along the lire of the St. I.ou's, Ir-n
Mountain and Southern Railway, Ti x is and
Pacific Railway and International and
(treat Northern Railroad, are thousands ol
nrics of the choicest (arming and grii.'cu
laftls in the wot Id, ranging in pi ice from
$2.00 to $300 and $1.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and c mfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of st i
tistics of crops raised in Arkainais and Texas,
in 1S82, and makeup your mind t- go m.i,
see for yourself when you learn that t lie crop
far 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned Ly
the Company, and pning one-fourth, one.
half, or all chsIi, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for ticket or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C.TowNfKSD, GenT Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
I'I;Ol i:sSIONAI. CAIUls.
(LORC; llAIIRLSON LEACH, M. D.
I'UYSICIAN Sz SUJIGEON.
N" - till it ten-inn puld ' t!i" II m-(pulhlc ( rt:st
Tin i I i t n.iruirsl iji-.m-,s, un,i uisi u'es of women
'lie! i ai iln a.
tiKUCK nn toll Ktret:t, oppcsito tho Pot-..Mai-,
J )U. I. K. STUONU,
120 Ccmiiuereinl Ave., Cairo, 111.
v A l-tilS, KLECt'ItO-VAI'OIl and MEDICATKD
H AT I IS
A aJy in atti'ieluuce.
rR. E V. WHITLOCK,
Ufriea N'). I s Coinmircl.-il Avtnnc, litwecn
".?! ' i ii.fl Sirnt.ta
fi. PARSONS, M. f).,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
I'tTir::- iiy Din' Sunv, Cirljonilale, III.
0. V. IIRNDE11S0JT,
Si). VM VmmmrM Ave.,
.Sole Agent f'oi tin- Cclcbtatcd
M u:.o f -it til ri'r ami Dealer ia
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work,
ftuiii't r' Ilanlivarf ami Carpt-ntt-rs' TouN, Tah'e
ainl I'm ki t ( nut ry, !n't In lltu ' i.irkrt. ltuvri
1 1 r j?-. ' I'l.Ueit Kiiivi-H. fork atui seoian, (jranltn
Iron Wan', ll'-r tu .'Jarllii-ininri-. t'.'li ti- .Moantsln
Kr.--T.-r-t, Water ('.'on-rs, K.-frii'-ritfor-, (,otttt-
Wrln-i-ri', i ro n I'. liter-. Si, p tianien
In.- l.-nt-iOH, tiitttlim Mar (i.l Sti'Ve- ln-'t in tho
vt.-rM, l.'iini'H el' I'vcr tiem-ri; linn. !iu (III,
(:ir,i.t s.i-.tk, I-', at tier i!lOrs. CruoliiH, U u-
ttt-w S.t en t -ru I lo'h, l ii.l 'iirij'ly ol rlntt;C
Tli.! itlinti! on'i; li,i't na t!c(.-'.
.riit-r IJ'.h innt Ciiiiiie-ri iitl Av.-tme, Cairo, III.
I'.'t-phi.m- .No. '-J
Is a tvnn f f rut.'iitrli
hit v in'ciiliiir in i
lom. I( I" it'tuinli'il
by nn iiiiliniii-il ciuui
i.ini t I'tin-1 i i i i n j mi-m
lirmu- of tin- mii-trllH,
li-'ir-iliieiM ion! Uiriml,
till' emit! the I u n g .
A n in-riil irui iit In
i-cr-o-il. 'In? il!chiir-
'it Hivonp tinea wr.lt i
iti-iful i-urnina feiifH
'ion. The-ii nr Sev
ern t : ntti: H iif Htlye.
in .'. I'r, nu-nt ittmi'kn
of l)!li;ilui' ll"!iil'irhu,
i wierv mid iuil-imcl
state of the even,
Ely 's (' earn tin! in
r.-meily Kiuiicleil on a
corr, et (ll'i'iio.-l of iln'-t (lifeane inul run lie de
IH'ii I' l ii .1011. .'i,-. a' dr.'-i -its; ii:c. by mill.
NilllJ'l.- !!!! ' tu h 1 1 Iff.
Kl.V liliDTIIi-.KS. Dril bIkiii, Owco,N,V
IN tiii: WOULD.
A poivrrfnl ii-opiir.'itliin
go i-,iiet.'iitrute, ltuttulew
tin ," npiilii ii to the mir
fin e "01 lienelrno- to Hut
verv l-iiie.tintl almost IN
STANTLY UtLltVK I'AIX.
EAS 3 j AL it CwSS cl
il I 5 'S r-l,Vi:l ci"'S..oiilllUJ
aPTrtV'l Stiff Joints,
Sore Throat, Paim
in Limbs. Stom
ach or Bowels,
Or In -,nv part 01 ,Svtem
Will Sol -oil. I.OTHINO
m i 'li-i "I, ii Hie skin K
1 1 i . ri. . ii i it , .i,uin,i tii...
j BOua&Ltitf.ftl hy l-hv-HitinanH ..tlieii
K-aTSLi.?m "I3' ,::,'''?m,''r,:'
.ACOQ 6. ME PRE 1.1 8r louis. Mo.
0a & ALfc e ALl LHCO0IST3 AUD
T PAir.M IN SIEI.1C1NE8.
617 St. Charles St. UT. LOUIS, M0.
A reciiliirOrniliutfi o, twi meille.il
colleire-i, liiia tjti-n Ittino't erifnttttl In t'le tre.-it-ineiu
of i 'h rmui-, X.-rvoi o, yliin nitl
liloo.l IH-ea-e-111 m nn v 1,1'i'T ,hjflelaii lit
M. I.onl-.its cily i:i' r-t sliin-i'ii,t all i M resl
tlents knoiv. Cihsiillnlinn .it oif.ei) or bv mull,
free anil Invitv-i. A irlemll" t-,lk c.r tun uplnlmi
costs n.iililhtf. When It Is I n-ei.vi nlent to V Hit
tlieelly fur tieiioneiit. tu.-.l ! Int.-s t-nii he sent
by niulfiuf ,re-H overt wlii'i-". fiirsljic cafi
toi:iiiiiitee, ; here ilubt t.'X'st.l'. I truukly
ttuti'd. Call or Wrlle,
'irtrnn Prnitnttlnn, Pdiliitr, llfnttl ml
t'hjsli-iil Weiiloif Bi-rfui IkI n I cthr
Iffcrtloniof Thrrntt, SHinrol UtinelJloO'l
Inipurllli' mill 1 lootl Puiionlng, wkln Aftur.
tlonti, 01,1 Snri' nl I'lrcM, Inipe ulnii-nts til
MarrlitBtt, r,inimn!lm, Pile. Special t
tent Ion t'i tun from otrfr-worVnl tr!n.
k HI i; ICA I. CASKS rfffita pccl k lt X nt Ion .
is(ioe ail.lint frtni Tiiipruilftiem 'JtJ2rpj
IiiilulKt-nces or Etinurej,
It ii -self.evlileiit that a tihvili-I.Htt r"v'nR
iar:li-nlar attention to olanl' cefc atlalui
(.rent skill, noil I'liviielun, In rricular vi-kctlea
nil over tin- country knoliof this, I'reii-enttv
r-coniinen,l m-es to I lie olJe-t ottlee It- iinrl
m, vtlieri! every known n P ill ;t tn-i) U 'e.-orteii
to, ami the priiveil orxl rniH(lt? r f al.
t!- and i-iMititrit-t r ineil, A whole l-ne U
ii..-,! for utllee rpo-es, ami all are treate.l ltli
klll In a i-ftful niitnniri ami, kiioitr.iuc
what totlo, no exierimetit4 are tti:t,e. ( rt ..r,
ronut of tin) grt-at nnmlier arplvlnr, tlm
rh irirox no-kept low, oiten lower th.-tn - i
inamleil bv olliei-t. If yon secure the kl I : n 1
1. 1 if-iee.i- ami iicn'. el lite i-nri-, tliat i in
Fiiiiort:iiit inntlt-r. I'ampUU-t, Jil jus-.'. 3 -'u
lu any UiUic;i Uee.
piKtW 1KIARRIAGE GUIOEfpgA
K.lcttant t-loili ami trltt Mtnlimr. 'lt-d r
.,.,-tut pen pl. t ir. . tnn lollfe. arllel.n on
whv 1'roper.i re to noiirv. W In nitrry in .
M iilpvo'l, V.m..-h.H..I. rhrtii-itt'-'V. W
.m ,1 i irrv. Il.i" lli't'ii- li.plnt- may u
K l 'lli itutrrk-d or .ntemplat1-.i1
im rt lnit'tioiil lrea.lU. Moucht to bn real
t v ill a'liill rr.itn. then loefc a . I
key. i-oimlttr .l I tlon, m a aliyt!, but )-
?oi.'r AJtd wv paiftf, um ly ull,Ul iom
V- if a i