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TUB iAlLV 0A1KU UULLKTIN: FRIDAY MOICNINll AUliUST 22, 1884.
'Hie Dailv liulletiii.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Dally, one year by mall I"'"'
lai,y, on month ................ '
Daliy, one eek.... ............ '
Dall. five week I
I'ubflfiictl every morning (Mondajt excepted!
Weekly, one year Si"1
wklv. 6 month - 1
Publlehed every Monday noon.
np-Clubi of five or more tor W kty Bu:ietin at
one time, per year, fl.isO. rootage In all cae
IVT1IIAI1.T IN ADT1NCI.
All communication choulil be ddred to
K. A. HI UN K 11.
Publipber and Proprietor,
W IT AXI IIU.MOIl.
TooJles. did you ever sfo my ien
poiuv?" "No; but I've .-ecu your iuk-s-tnnd."
How cm that lo when tiuv
both are stationery?"
A Detroit paper says: "The. bieyc
lit beat the zaiupillarotatioaist at Aun
Arbor last week." We don't know
what kind of an animal it is, but arc
plad to know that the bicyclist came off
Somo one has discovered that tho
bi'h-heeli'd shoes worn by women pro
duce softening of the brain. It was
not generally known that the brain of
women who wear such shoes was lo
cated so low; but it seems plausible
The poet Browning is being painted
ly his sou in ail the glory ofhis sear
let Oxford doctorial gown for Balliol
College, of which ho is it fellow. This
may be nil right, but it seems rather
ungrateful for a young man to paint
his father red. Lofton W.
A writer on health advises people, to
"live in tho sun." Owing to the pres
ent inadequate facilities for transpor
tation and the high price of real estate
on that luminary, wo should not nd
viso any of our readers to emigrate
there, this season. Burlington Free
Waiter "What will you linvo.Miss?"
Customer (looking over tho restaurant
bill of fare) "Permit mo to cogitate.
In tho correlation of forces it is a rec
ognized property of ntomic "
Waiter (shouts across the hall to head
server) "Baked beans for one."
"Carrie," said ono Someivillo girl
to another yesterday, "are you going
to the picnic to-morrow?" "Iam; aro
you?" "Of course!" "What do you
intend to wear?" "My w hite muslin,
of course. What do you intend to
wear?" "I will wear a waterproof
cloak. I've been at picuics before."
My arrest is a foul outrage, and I
shall niako tho authorities sutler for it.
What in heaven's name were you
doing. Absolutely nothing. I was
engaged in work on my farm when tho
olttcers swooped down and captured
me. H'ru; yes. Whatdo you raiso on
your farm? Notes. L'ochester Post
Express. Tho seats in a Western church aro
set on pivots, like those in a dry -goods
storo. This enables tho fair worshiper,
who sits pretty well up in front, to
turn around and count tho number of
now bonnets in tl houso without
screwing her head off almost, and
going home with a stiff neck. Xorris
"1 am choost as full ash a bag of
flour," remarked an iuebriato to a
sober friend. "There is a dillerenco
between vou and a sack of Hour, how
ever." "What ish difference?" When
a sack is full it can stand up, but when
you are full you can't even lit) down on
Die ground without holding on." Tex
"If," said an Austin school-teacher,
"you go to a butcher shop and pay ten
cents a pound for meat, how many
pounds " Up went tho hand of a
new boy from tho country. "What is
it, Johnny?" "When we want meat
we don't go to a butcher's shop. Pa
goes out on tho prairie and kills a
maverick." Texas Mf tings.
"Jane, I hear your beau is a little
wild; not very steady, they say."
"Oh, yes, hois; he is one of the most
steady young men I ever saw."
"Steady? Oh, no, ho can't be. I've
heard he was anythingelso butsteady."
"Well, ho just is steady, lie has al
ways como to tho house every evening
sinco wo were lirst engaged, drunk or
A gentleman made his way into the
bed-chamber of one of his friends, and
found him fast asleep with a pair of
spectacles upon hi9 nose. "What!"
cried he, awakening him, "do you
wear your spectacles while you sleep?"
"On!'' replied the other. "I am. so
near-sighted that without my glasses I
could see nothing whatever in my
An exchange thinks "tho timo may
come when tho thunder-storm may be
called up by artilicial means." Come?
Why, bless you, it is here. Tho only
artilicial means necessary is to get up
a Sunday-school picnic. Thero may be
an occasional failure, but it is about as
reliable- as anything on this ever
changing globe savo death and taxes.
"How glorious it is to bo engaged in
a purely intellectual occupation,"
murmured a Boston maiden gazing
rapturously into tho admiring eyes of
a country editor; "your own mental
faculties for tools, and the wholouni
verso for a workshop. Now tell me,"
she added, "what do you lind tho most
dillicult thing connected with your
noblo profession?" "Pavinc tho
hands," said tho editor. 277(fr,i,ita
"Ah, Charlie, my dear boy, what's
your hurry?" "Well, to tell you the
truth Ned, my defalcation has been
found out, and I am in rather a hurry
to got away." "Well, come up to tho
club and tell mo about it, and "
"No, I really can't; I havo got to leave
in tho morning. Tho Sheriff has just
told mo that I will bo arrested in a day
or so." "Well, good-by, old man;
writo when you have time." Boston
She had just returned from Vassar,
and papa was stroking her hair fondly.
"I hope, my dear," said tho old man,
"that you haren't acquired any of tho
vulgar slang phrases which so many of
tho Vassar young ladies aro sni'l to
use." "You bet I haven't, papa," she
aid brightly; "when anybody catches
rue talking slang he is especially in
vited to slug mo in tho seventh rib."
"That is right, my daughter; never in
dulge in slang. It gives a young lady
dead away." -..V. J. Sun.
I was forced to smile tho other day
when Mrs. Scoville, now known as
Mrs. Howe, tho sister of the late Chas.
titiiteau, called on mo to examine the
MS. of a book which sho had prepared
for publication, and, in the course of
her conversation, stated that her
former husband was about to marry
again, and that sho had a lot of wed
ding stationery that they had not used,
and which sho proposed to send him
in a good and generous spirit, to faeili
ate matters on the occasion. Chicago
Tribune "Mai About Town."
An amusing story is going the rounds
of the Indian papers, told by a Kanda
har news writer. An Afghan lady
applied to tho Amir Abdur Rahman for
a judicial separation on the ground
that her spouse was becoming bald
headed by reason of age. The Amir
solemuly ordered a vial of sour milk to
bo poured over the husband's head, and
ordered the wife to lick it off. This
humiliating ceremony performed, tho
woman was placed on a donkey, her
face to its tail, and was led through
tho bazar. Query: Is sour milk good
A Modern Fable: The Fate of the
Fly. A Fly who thought he had Dis
covered a Soft Snap found his feet
stuck fast to a sheet of paper, and as
he Struggled in Vain to Recover his
Freedom he cried out: "If I could be
set back tivo minutes, you would not
fmd mo here!" "It is not what wo
have done, but what wo aro going to
do that needs tho most consideration,"
answered tho Servant as sho drew a
long sigh and broko threo more plates.
Moral: Wo seldom have to Hang a
man twice for tho samo offense. De
troit Free Press.
A young lady was wheeling her mar
ried sister's twin babies along tho
street, and a close observer could have
noticed her halt for a second, appear
embarrassed, while a crimson blush
mounted her checks. Sho saw, coming
up tho street, her old beau whom sho
had not seen for two years, as he had
been away. Of course, the fellow
naturally supposed his sweetheart had
been married during his absence, so ho
began grinning as ho drew near, tipped
his hat and passed on, congratulating
himself on tho fate ho had escaped. It
is useless to attempt to describo tho
feelings of tho young lady.
Considering thoir lack of opportuni
ties, thopeoplo of the Gilbert islands
manage to umuso themselves in a va
riety of ways. Out of halves of cocoa
nut shells, with tho husks attached,
fleets of miniature ships aro built, and
their sails, made from n broad, dry,
thick leaf, being set, the tiny boats are
ranged in lino by an excited crowd of
yachtsmen, and sent on their course
over tho lagoon toward some floats
anchored half a mile or so away, tho
race creating as much excitement as
any civilized regatta. Their kites aro
tuade of tho flat, thin leaves of the
pandanus, fastened together by their
edges, aud shaped liko the lonir, nar
row pinions of a sea-bird. The frame
work of tho kito is built of tho thin but
strung and elastic midribs of the cocoa
nut pinme, aud tho wholo machine is
so light and so nicely balanced and
deftly strung that no "tail" is needed
to balance them in tho air. In sizo
they vary from six inches to six feet in
Another form of aeronautic toy is a
kito shaped liko thoso already de
scribed, but furnished at the tip of
each wing with a piece of light wood
hanging from the end of the short
string. The one flying this kito wades
into tho water a short distance where
tho wind is blowing off the land, and
tosses the toy into the air. It is carried
along by tho breeze, sinking as it goes
until the bits of wood touch the wuter,
when the kite, being relieved of their
weight, springs into the air, again to
descend and rise in a succession of
graceful bounds, until it is lost to sight
out at sea. No small amount of skill
is shown in adjusting tho weight of tho
bits of wood to that of the kito to havo
it iiffoeted by tho wind as has been de
scribed. In the game of checkers, and in all
its varieties, they aro very skillful, and
in manufacturing a loop of string in
the game of "cat cradlo" they aro only
excelled by the Esquimaux in the num
ber and variety of thy figures they will
construct on their taper lingers. "Jack
stones," "jackstraws," and other in
door games they are very fond of nnd
prolicient in. Among tho boys and
young men foot race, leaping, and
wrestling aro practiced a good deal,
tmd much agility and muscular energy
In their dances thero is much slow,
rhythmic movement, which differs
from tho Hawaiian hulas in the absenco
of the undulatory motions of the body.
A group of men and women will gath
er together for a daneo and form in
two rows opposito eaeli other. Ono
steps forward as a leader, and a chant
is commenced, lho time is accented
by un occasional stamp of the foot, or a
lesoutiiling slap on tho mat covering
lho body or tho muscular part of the
upper arm nnd chest. Tho stamps and
blows grow moro frequent as the song
is sung, the voices are raised higher
and higher, tho words aro shouted
faster and faster, until, a climax being
reached, tho stanza concludes with
threo echoing stamps and claps, and
the noise suddenly ceases.
Tho Gilbert islands were onco ac
counted to bo one of tho most savage
races in the Pacific. But few vessels
touched at tho group, and they lay off
and on while they procured cocoanuts,
fish, etc. If a vessel did anchor or
when boats wero sent in. a most care'
ful watch had to bo kept lest tho crews
should bo murdered and tho boat
captured or vessels driven ashore.
lar.iw. Commercial Advertiser.
Tho. ttrnfoisfkr4 f ihr, I., ;..n...it .J
Jena, who havo been investigating tho
effect of tobacco upon the human" sys
tem, report that moderate quantities of
tho weed may bo used without injuri
ous cflects. They say that in tho Ger
man army soldiers in nctivo servico aro
very properly furnished with smokin"
tobacco, because smoking enables them
to endure severer fatigue upon smaller
nutrition and with greater alacrity and
conhdetico than would otherwiso bo
Thursday Evening, Aug. 21, 18S4.
The "heated term'1 hag bow continued
without any let up for over a week, and
there is no present prospect of a change.
The weather is only excessively hot by
comparison with tho cool temperature of
the balance of the summer. The mercury
hss at no time touched hundred, and a
cool breeze hss prevailed from tho Missis
sippi every day.
The market rules quiet and unchanged
in all departments.
FLOUR The market is exceedingly
dull, with Urge stocks, no movement and
prices weak and declining.
HAY Receipts have been liberal. The
supply is good and demand light.
CORN Scarce; mixed is in demand,
but lhe season is over for white.
OATS Receipts are large and the de
mand light. Prices are quotably un
changed. MEAL Eisy and quiet; orders come in
slow ; prices are uuchanged.
BRAN Hlenty and easy at quotations.
BUTTER All kinds of choice countrv,
dairy and creamery are in active reqnest at
prices ranging from 13c to 22c. Arrivals
are less than the demand.
EGGS The market is nearly bare to
day and prices are stiff and higher.
CHICKENS-Old are dull; choice
young are scatce and in good demand.
FRUIT Choice peaches command 2" to
50 cents as in quality. Apples are dull.
VEGETABLES Eer) thing in this lim
halt's nnd Quotation.
NOTE.-Tre pnrc cere jivenarefor ale fr 'in
Ilrt bHiidf tn round lot. An advance If
charged for broken lotin tllMnvorrii r
1 car Fancv ,
1 car extra fancy.
4 ISV.4 4
:t cars Timothv,mal bale 11 (
1 car e'M edL-e'. 1-.' no
4 care choice, new 11 i"1
I car whi In bnlk
a care mixed in bulk....
8 cars drv new Id bulk
2 cari new
2 cars new in sackn
No. 1 Red, tier bn
'o. -i Mediteranean
No 3 do
Mo. 4 do
m bblt City on orders S Tojj ?'
50" bfcls City ' ?i
City mill a r.
W poun'd country lr!7
301 pounds choice Northern l'.n
Hi) pound creamery
c choice ben 1 fH5M fid
11 coop" ch oice youi.tf 1 .0at
Peach, per bor iV'O
App'e per buh .Vi"
dr-pt per pound ,
PotHto'. per bushel PO'.-".
Totnttoe per box 101'
ewreuFwee- poiaioe per Ml (uir(,1 i'i
New fancy yellow LauftEoud per bu.... 1 Lift I :
f (11717 40
r, joi; i
l.ou'tnna per bu .
1 7.1 2
iVr 1W - 5toaC0
Fine uuwa:ted u
Plnln liain .......
B.C. Ham "'
Shoulder . "" " ;
St. .loli ij
2'4 buhel tmrlni
5 huhel '
I'ltl Kl KHI l' .
Peache, halve and 'laarter .... nu'.r 7
i toft-4 7r
Choice, factory g
i ream t
Hed Fox j on
Heaver per pound m t0 2 W
'"'!r - 75 to 10
UpOPBIIlU u ,(, 15
Hear 1 00 to H no
Dry Flint choice
Green Salt ,
Sheep Pelt,diy ,
Hhuep Pelt, niton
Damaged HbW ,,,,,,, m
Leal ..... ...
Medium Iw nl....
(,oi a Leaf
; :ti. i !
i r.oc,. s H
t 7 ' f
i fil"4t 7 'I'
7 ln'ii 'C
KATICS OK KKI.'lt-IU .
Cram llav Flour 1'itk
tfewt. ?rwt. MI. yi.hl.
Me-iph!.... 1.1 2. ;
N.vorVaii 2 lj 'J.S
Hrlelia, Ark 1.1 2i : V
Kl'ne'ton. Mit .... 1 S 31' SO II
Nwtihi 17'i :i: o:
AH other av points
htUtx Memphis to
, w Or.e.in 2 21 41
Medical science teaches thut rhiuin itisin
or m urilgia to he successfully met, must
In- nu t on its own ground, which is the
liloi'il. A reiue ly that purges the life cur-n-'it
ot tli"se foul impurities that are the
sourer of o much torture to the l'ntiir', is
one that in iy rationally he supposed t lul
til the require nients of an efficient specilic.
IK rein is the n. wer i f Athlopln r"s. It
cle uisi s cut the josion from the system,
and with the 1lood rei-totcd to puiity,
he i!th returns to the stiffened jninta and
health to thetortued muscles.
P li IN EVtf nveh
f : ni t Vt- CUT OF ORDER.
NEW HOME.; jnr
30 cJNICN SQUARE NLWY2RK.
.rCrfff0 .ANcV SkuV,
"' ill. "MASS. UK
rCR SALE BY
H. Stearin & Co., Cairo. 111.
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U:- tivle. Ii. lii;,'-at I.:.' e aii'J a ti v o;j-
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
arf curi-1 by t:i i v i-il !.t ret(ie.y.
ALL IiWF. F.s (? Tin: ni.!. STC'MA'-lt,
l.ivi-r. li I ;UhI K i'lt.' V" : f"r ;4'.! t- : l. : :i-
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X'lrtrtt'mt in len tiiijif;ta ii" i,y .'j urrj nit.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
iOH SALS bY l.L MiL'OOlSXd
For Salo bv
RAUL G. SCUUIL
Snocial A tits, in this ctv
'J Is a tyjif f rit aurli
hav.n iH Tiiliiir "yinjc
1 iom. It i H'ti:ndcd
hy un inilaiNcil citiili
lion el lhi' linii.ir mem
hrKin- or t ri i r iio!r',li",
li'ar-dm iH and throat,
all. clinif the I ii n .
A n iwrid ihih-ih I
'a Hi'i-ointiauivit witli a
i-uinful ' iirninL' n:na-
tion. I hu t; an; kcv
itb iiam of nui-Z'
in;.', fi ipi.-nt aitiu-k
of li!ii:iliuu h-Hilm-he,
a wa i-rv and inllamiMl
I n I e uf th y'
II"' ""11 renui'ly lounilid on a
correct rtlHL'nosI of thin difea'.! and can he de
pended upon. rli;. at lr(-;lt j ; die. hy mail
Samjile liottlH hv mail 1'!k.
t;LY I5KOJ II Kits. Dm Blm. Owco,N,V
J ALU O AY BROTH KB
CAIliU, II I.INOIS,
"'l.'H'R, GRAIN AND IIA
ijrhBtCiwb Pviep Paid tor Whuit,
The lipgnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
SSu GUS FOWLER
HENRY K. TAYLOH, Master.
UKOKUU JOIIEs, Clrrlt.
lnvo l'durah for Cilrn dally (Sundays exciuit
ed) at g n. in., nnd Mound I'l'y at 1 1. m. Hi-turn
lntt,leavi: Cairo at 4 j.m.; Muiiml ( lty at a p.tu
t w r . i
NEW ADVEitriSK.U KN'l S.
Illinois coravAioat or husic,
Khlalihi'd in l,-2, A Culli'co CoiuhuoI lildv
inil'laiio. Uruau. hinulii and tin:hulral I iiftrti
imulH. I,aiiyunn, Am ami Klointlnn. Adilru
J. S. IIAULOW, MiiKlial Director,
'!" ri iiiHlnii lor. Two hiiiidn-d unit fifty flre
Btudeiit hint year. Hook. keeping, ( rniaii. Ten
maiirhiii ami Kloculiim without extra rimri;e.
( lariial. Scieiauic, Normal nnd IluineH t'ourse.
Fail term be'in Sept. WlLter term Dee. !i;
Spring term Mareh 17. The use ol tobacco and
i 1 1 1 i -iit i ri u I quoin, Liid alteiiilaui it on neeret o-cietn-H
are firliiddeii. For renter uud I'urthur In
( HAS A. ULANCIIAUD. I're, t.
'ul'N(l I.ADIKS- ATIIEN.Ll M - 1 repiire lor
Wellrlev. Full Ai-aiiemle I'ourei'. Si hool of
Art. Oratory, h rom Kiniler(.Mrteii to l'oi;e:r
Fllinini.e tii.llnii in Hiiiiuli l'o:n.,-ivat ry on all
hral.i hi' of .Mu-i-- A.tilri-frt
K. I II ASK, Sii.t , ,'iu U-oiivl le, 1,1
To cell lhe 1'irst A ullienl i' ltin-i :i
Vvv'Clnelantl & Ilen.lricks
l T lieinier. of N. Y.the nun-l J f . '1 ia I 1. In
ten fii ami l.'ni-.ly I lulraled. Ii cuntn'm. line
tei-l poriruit. will' n.-ll liiiwHt ami ylnu;
m'Ht prolitH H-.are (,l ip-relis1'!,-. 'ca'.-U
p-iiny book Wnleat once in 1 1 I ' H 1 1 A U I I
HIM W . ' l.aS:il e tre,-t, C!iicii;o, III. 1'. -nutili
are ready. Send '.0-' for o'ie n " il -avc tin.e.
'I'D A l V K I! I'l SK I(S -l.nw.-t
1 lllL' III Joint lie" -"aper-
(jKO 1'. KllU tl.l. .V I (l , 1 n ;
i'i'e f r ail'.'-r'i"
'ii Ire A liln--
ru -e si . N V.
And Wu arc Many.
No m i ti-r how you o il t I'oti-oi'' I
I'oreii Flu t.-rt- ttlii rue lour iiy-p pin.
I H'tle f- r?!" - to lir-eeh Imote
M.o'-:"iii lor Hi. iNI;,im,ti nt
ranetti' for r. a ?.'. Vauic L-'li-m fir a
Sndl."i Wateh for AkTT '..", a Slh,-r
Watch for Vou 1 III I can -t ny of
thee urtii 'e FltK K v if you iv. II d vole
a lew h ! of oi:r ! Imre lime en-i,-ii-.' to imto
Uncins 'ir ii-w fo ul- iii- la ly T 4
(itvrred (io'd .-i'c!i fee. In a I
hIio.'V all' niooti. A irei.l-.'ti.Bii fot
a ili r iiaieli for rifiei n miii ii Mor Al o-. i;
year" old -ec nr. -d a w a' ','i i 'i i i.e du . ; I. uiolr, - ( f
ott err hav ilot.e j.etrly a Il j-.'i t.a. a
VaK'C I. litem yolt ca'i tar! a b-i-in -" I' a; wi I
( ay you frien IU to eve-y rijl.t . s- i; l "..,;
lor our lliufri'.ed t ntuj.i! -e of i,-. 1 S v r
Hatche. S ll'-i oi'kir.ij I! !i I) i' I!.- o .p;
i rln-- 1 m! inn oiii ai d ..irin., r: :r il i ,1. o;.
. Teb'itrapti ln ruinent , Ivpe 'iVri '...
Ac ordioii". i iii:, . .Vc. It i ,m ..,; j.n on
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The Science nf LilV. Only 81
IiY MAIL l'OsT PAID.
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Wtitv. rrnmnture D'-cl'ne I tu Man. KrroM ol
Vu'.,:li. and ui.toid m.rer:e reu!t:ni Iroin tr.dia-
rre' oti or t-XCe-fci A r.ook for evi-rv ri.an. vm.ii?.
miii :l'-iie'l and old. Hcou'c n Ii'. prescription
ti ri:,. ,iil rl Ffiii'r i!ii.....i'. Hrh lilii- n!
which 1 lija'ualite. So loui.d hy the Author,
lioe i;iper'.ci.ce lor ii yeari r-jen a roat.y
never bifero !-: to tr.c lot of any piyic.i!n.
f.ai!. bound it: 'n-au'lf-il hr--nrh tiin:iti. i mt-o
red coTer. lul iri'.t, f nirai.te'-d to be a f.to-r wort
in ev ry reii'v niei hanic!, literary ainl protea.
:or.al than any oti.er work o:o :u ir,: country
fi r? .'o. o! '.he tn iiiey w II: refunded in very
lt,!ar;ie. l'ri'-e o: !v fl.'H bv m-iil. piwt I a.d.
li'.uirntlve a"i le n cent. end now. (io.d
-lul awnrd" d ir.e flthor bv the N atli)' al M'-d:' a
--i f iHiioi. , to tii fil-er i f wlicti ne r. !--r.t.
Th: hoow rlio'.il'I be read tir :!ie rmini; lot ;n
r.rtii.n i.r,il lr. The altlictnl tor re. lei It iii.l
hetiei'.t ail. London l.aii'i-t.
1 here i no nieutb-r ot focteiy to iKitn '.u:
book will t.ot bo urefn!, wh thT yot.th. .:ir nt
"lard an, !i.-trti' t,r or .-.J-rir man Ar'.-ormut .
Aiidr'-- the i'la'-.niir Mrdwial l-it.ttite. or U'
W. II. I'arker. No. I Iln'.lll.cn Str.-e'. J'. -Mi.
a.. lc rnav b- c.i.u;';'i or. all '!-. a" r-
'1 'i i r 1 1, wili nr.d cp'.-riei:i e Ch-on'c and ob-t -
pat" illfcnM.' that have l,a!l'ed I f I 1 the
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a.tv. Stich tr-ated urn.- 'M T rC I I 1,
'-.f:ii! v liout an it.'- 1 II I Ollil
iiiilei t fa-'itir- .Mention !tr. payer
Delivereil ut CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICKS :
Ft bottoin. Ft. tave. l'aiacitv cal. 1'ricc.
C x J! MoU $2 1.00
x it io::o i,.i)0
x ; nil id ;y.m
x ii 22.V) :u;.oo
x in :m lO.oo
TIii.-hc tank are mete of 'I.KAI (. YI'Kl.SS. 1' .
tnche thi' k. s' lite; v hooped and are WA'I'hlt
TK.IIT. i hey are
yi i )i'il whwlo.'iml :xv well l)i';n 'l
to prevent t!:e,r h- In:.' rack' d or broken in h Mid
line. Kt m-i'e fiirnl-hid for
T.-itikn of tiny S'i.e,
V. K'KifiSI .Vs IIKOJ-..
V.IT Delord St.. New Orleim. I. a.
'('oner i'riisrie Avenue ai d ."'i!i
.Mccliittil I )'i):ii't 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii)
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N. S. DAVI-, .M o.. LI, IL, Iieim.
The Ho leaiale year tt ill bi-L'lii Sept . Sl. ami
Clo-e March iil, I's'i. Tlie cotir-i' of Iiihi rtn I ion Ib
(trailed, SttideniH lieing divided into llr"t. Kecoml
and third year i:lar'. iuaiilh aliou for adini
lon arff eltner a lleirree of A. I), ncurt'tl ate of a
reputablo aeailemv. or a tirellinltiary examiniition.
'1 he method of iin-triirtion I cnmipicuotiHlv prae-tli-H'.anil
ia aptdied in t!i Ward-of the M.-rev,
St. Liike'a and M'diael liiii Ho,ltal-. dailv at
till! lieilHille Of tile Bil l;. 'J'lio I'riiuit inner' Coiirnu
will bi-u'in the day after the Annual t'limuence
nient and C lift lie four week, fee, In advance:
atrieuln' ion. $vno; Lecture, JT.'i.oo; Deinonrtrii
tor, .".'io. lliip:tnl : Mercy, g'l.mi: St. Luke',
8"i.nil. Laboratnry, J"i.0o; llrenkaijij, S'.inl. Final
Fxamlnatlon, J ih.io, Feltruary lt. Practitioner'
Coure. f '.".no. Kor further information, a ldre
WAL'I KK IIAV, M. I).. I.L. I., Secretary.
"l.Vlwd VX.l Stnto St., Chlcuco, 111.
Tho Weekly Bulletin.
"Clubsof TEN for f2.50. i?end nnmcs
LImNOIS CENTRAL li. R-
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shortest iintl Quickest Route
Si. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Kunuinu;
Q DAILY THAIST
Ma KINO DlKKOT CONNKOTION
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ii in. Mi.ii,
arriving In St . Lie. ii 11 un a.m. : CblcaL'o, H:,in p.u. .
i otn:i i mi l; at iidmaiid KtHnirrain fur t'lnclu
nail, l.oui-vi le. Iiiiiiaiiapoli and ediita Kai.
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r,o'ii.--e nt I - ',. 'li.irtyix ho;.r in advance oi
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ify.Mi'K -i har..'ee will be. pu"i!:i-!ied from
tli.'ie to I . ur in ritv p iper Chatue o ' i r car,; ac
c.rd'iiy. ' W M. I. .MCitl'ilV. 1'. M
617 St. Charles St. T. LOUIS, M0.
A rsilnr ffrnflunto ci,' two mcdlcil
colli de-, bus been loni'.-i eii.'ivi-it In the tre.i'.
rueiit of ( 'lirinii'', N'.T'tw, Klein nii'l
J Jloo.I 1)N -a -. th in anv oilier plnHi-lan In
St. i.oiili. cltv ipi r iifiow lind ul I i Id rel
dent. know. I oti'M 1 1 :tt 1"TJ At oT.ee or bv li. all,
tree and Incited. A friendly C.Ik or hi opinion
CM not bin k When It H I'n-oi.veutent to V lilt
the city fur treattn, nt. nii 'tieliies can be ent
t,y mall or expre evribei.-. Curable eae
fimr.n.t. (-1 : where doubv i-xtntl'. ia frankly
Hat. d. Cull or Write,
'errom Prottrattnn, Beblilty, Mftital and
Vhyilcal ffcaknn. Mercailat ami Othet
ffert lonanf Throat. Skin and tionei, Mood
mpurltln and Illond Polnnlng. kln AfTff
tlon, Old Korea and l lceri, ImpfnlmenU to
Marriage. Ithcumut lw, I'llea. Special at;
lent inn to cc from oter-worked Itraln.
M'KIiK AL CASUS receltn apeclal attention.
IlNcaea arllnir from Imprudencet Kiceei,
IuiIuIki ncci or Expoiurei.
It I " If-evldi i.t that a phvficiau faying
.ai :l, ni.-ir aiteiiilon t,, a rlanf cei attains
vn-ut 'kill, and plivslelan Inreirnlar practice
allovertliiM-oiiiiiiv knowing thii-. freorentljr
rccoinineiol m.,.4 lo Iheolde-t olliee In Amerl
r:i. In re in rv known appliance I 'cor let
to, and the provod ejnorl rem.-i!i? r.f nU
r.ir a nd countries are n .ed, A hole lie use I
li.e.l lorollice piir.rie, an.l nil are treated with
Fklll In a re.pei'ifui inanner: and. know.nij
n bat to do, tio i xierliin'iiti are made. ( n iic
couiit of the ereat niunlivr apilylnr. the
i-baritii arc kept low, often lower than Is oe
liiatideil bv other. I f Mm secure the ski 1 I ml
net a i-peide ami perfect Hie. cure., that .4 -h
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lo any add i i.-.-a lice.
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