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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKNINif OCTOBER 14, 1884.
71 THE GREAT GERMAN
1 Jtollevoa find euros
Soreness, Cull, Bruises,
Aud all other bodily uctiisi
. and pnius.
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold ty nil Drmrirlsta nml
ill -1: tr MotitfrniirtM... Ill
I ' 'I (1, I' I I 11
Di'iiltTn. UlrccUuiia iu 11
The Chailcs A. Vogeler Co.
iSuWM.rl Is A. VO-JtUII t CO )
ttiiltluiore. M !., I', at. A.
No such protective asilunt chills and fever and
otlier diseases of a malarial lype exists ns Ho
tetter's Stomach Hitter It roll- ve constipation,
llvir disorders, rlieiimatiHiu. klilu y and bladder
ailments with certainty aud promptitude. A
cnauije, at 'prdifylnzae It la c m-p'eto, anon takes
place iu the appe nru'.ic-", as well as t bo sensation,
of the wan and bacrnril invalid who rues thin
standard promoter of health and iMrciiirth.
For sale by all itruijtfists and (Ion era ucnerAlly.
THE GURE CURE
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
Kidney-Wort la the moat euoooMhil rmnedy
X over lined." In-, p. o. Uallou, Monktou, Vt.
"Kldney-Wort ta always reliable."
Iit. H. N. Clark, Bo. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney -Wort haacurcdrey w tie after two yoara
ufforiug." tr. 0. H. Bununorla( Btm Ilill, Oa.
IH THOUSANDS OF CAKES
It ha cured when- nil eliw had failed. Ii ir mild,
butofflciont, tltTAi.N IS lis AClithN, but
liiirmlosa In all cones.
tff'Itclean.cMliv Ilium? and RtrrnKthpnHftnil
lvp ficw IJfo to uli tlio iraporluut oreaiia of
Uie body. Tlic natural action of the Kidncya ia
rcBtored. The laver la elcanaod of alidiMoaHO,
and tho Bowela movo freely oud hoalthfully.
In thia wny tho worst dlaoaacn oro oradicatcd
from tho eyttcm.
piuce, i.co iigrm o diit, bold by imu'Ccibts.
Dry can he i"nt hv malt.
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Opening Diconber 1. 10H4 ; Cluing V,ay 31,1835.
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United States GcvcrnmEiit,
Appropriated by the Central GovernincuU
Coutribuled by the C'ltlr.en , NcwOrlcant.
Auotoiriu(ed by Meiivo.
Appropriated by thu Hlute ol Louisiana,
Appropri.urd ty tho City ol New Orleans. '
rrom $D0C0 to $25,CC0r
AppfiprUted hr Innumerable Btutts, Cities
auJ J'oiciii i uuntrles.
EtSMo vi Tenltwy in !', filoa itrmwitil,
and tw.'l.lHii. t.,,i ( t.,,v ,nj
' . Csv,nli,4 q( t,,. Voild.
Tin Cloil Cl)',ll B!ioM Culiding and tin
' Blguket InilmUial C.uil In Uie
arM.faTKW nin nkJiim jn at hk pt nr'"rivD
WiVl.a M'i!lKl1'AI'lti'U IMlHAlI N Vllll
" U? tliJ("l' TMlK llilt or Akl
i,r'mu rvkft whld.
Th el n;ieft rates of trnvil evtr Itnmvn In
the ann iL of lrnnHirtation stcured lit the
pi a r,t( win it.
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All communications nuould be adilrecucd to
E. A. 1IUHN KIT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
G ROVER CLEVELAND,
of Sew York.
FOB ICE I'RKSIDKN l'. '
TII0MA.S A. HENDRICKS,
of Cook County,
FOB CONQltliSSMAN. SOtn Diet.
F. E. ALBRIGHT,
tWAnd tho bilaoce of tho Democratic ticket
Wo are authorized to annonnee that Mr. Anpns
Lnek In an Independent, candidate for State'a At
torney of Alexander County, in tho approaching
We aro aulhorli-.ed to annonuco William N. But
ler Hi tho Republican candidate for election to the
ofllcooj Slate's Attorney of Alexander County.
Wft Sftl lint)inr7irl tn ,innniini,i HI ILvan,!.,.
.. ,w ......ui.uuu in,. i,u.ni,u,:i
If. Irvln hi mi Intlit, 1.1m). .., .....il.l..t r... ...
t ...... .. .... , .. (.illvl. v ..dun inn , q 1111 il-
election to tho olll-.o of Circuit Clerk, In the
iviiiiu); tictuui: ju xoveiuoer.
AVe f.re authorized to annnnnra Ihn n.mn nf
Richard KitzcralU ua a candidate f,ir re-clertiMn
to the ortlce ol Coroner at the eusulnj; November
CONCERNING THE ISSUE.
Ia a spoocb delivered at Mansfield, Ohio,
a few days ago, Mr. Blaino attempted to
deflne the issue, and assumed that there ia
but one. lie Enid:
"A the Ijeinuing of apolitical cam-
paifj'i a fjrent inunj issues are in the peo
ple's mimls, but as tho contest trrotvs se
rious they beijii to eliminate the inciden
tal points, and, finally, ns the parties con
verge and come ftico to face, there is al-
wnys one 're,tt, overshadowing isue that
controls the multitude of voters. I assume
that that issue the present year is tho pro
tective turilf, and I am sure there is nut a
state in the Union that has profited more
under the protective system, or that is
more deeply interested in its maintainence
than Ohio. That being the case, and the
UKtiier condition that Ohio ranks ns high
in intelligence ns any state in the Union,
it cannot be doubted that you will see your
way clear to protect and maintain your own
But it takes two to make a bargain, and
Mr. RUine finds it uphill work iu finding
the "party of the second part" in his bui
siuoBsof side-tracking all other issues for
tho one idea of protection. Tlie Louisvillo
Courier-Journal pertinently says to Mr.
Blaine: ''The issua which divided your
own party find united the Democrats at tho
outset of the campaign is still the leading
issue, glowing with more and mote iuteu
sity as tho campaign develops. As it has
been fed with divers batches of fresh ma
terial unthought of at the beginning, it has
not waned in the presence of otlier issues,
but has eclipsed them all. This issue ip,
shall a man be placed in the highest office
of the government who has been convicted
of Belling himself for money, of betraying
bis official trus's for money, aud of being
wholly deficient in Unit clement of charac
ter without which there can be no possible
btsis of morality, honor, or even consisten
cyrespect for truth. Without this quali
ty there can Mie no possible basis for nny
other virtue, and character becomes a thiug
to be shaped and governed by opportunities
and temptations. Moreover, tho fact that
certain elements in tho Republican party
had becouio so Btrong as to forco such a
man into nomination hascaued a revolt of
the better Republican, elements, not only
gainst yourself but against your faction.
his is tho overshadowing issue, Mr. Blaino,
though tho tarill'is also a serious, perma
nent Usui;, and we cordially agree to help
you in keeping it beforu tho public."
Worked IIIh Way.
A stout farmer, tho other day, ftp
plied to 11 conductor of ti freight train
for p:u;sngo from Bald Knob to New
port. "1 ain't got much money," said he,
"but I'll givo you a dollar to tako 1110
down. I never rid o'u 0110 0' these
things an1 1 am right anxious tcr seo
bow alio goes."
Tho conductor ngrood, tho old follow
climbed into tho caboose, and when tho
train started with jerk, ho seized tho
slovo and held it wlin a determination
born of extreme fenr. Tho road was
rough, nnd it was about ns much ns an
experienced railroader could do tokctm
his sent. The old follow did not release
tho slovo until tho train stoppml. lie
wiih dripping wet with perspiratlon.tind
seemed to bn greatly fatigued.
"Hero," said tho conductor, "pny
jour faro beforo you got oil?"
"l'oilner, 1 don't owe you iiothln'. 1
lmvo worked my wny, an' 1 am ns tired
as if 1 hud spilt four hundred rails.
Sorry to dlsiippintyer, but It is org In
my principles tor pay or man for the
chanco to work.',' Arhnnmio Travel
ler, Tho latest medical dletuiu as to smok
ing is that it Is a prolific cause of nasal
and iiusnl-plinryngonl catarrh, and pro
duces necrosis 'of the teeth, Instead of
preserving them; but it Is an oxcollont
remedy iu tho Incipient stages of In
CHANGED HER SEX.
Another of Thoao Remarkable Phe
nomena Whloh Puzzle the
Miss Ilarriot Spry Booouiob Too Sp7 Foi
a Girl and rinds It NooeBsary to
Change Her Dress
To Conform More Nearly to a Manly
Voice, Robust Form and Stylish
uiicaoOj ill., October 13. A caso
of chango of sex, which by reason of
tho promlncuce of tho parties has at
tracted considerable Interest, has jus
been made public. Mr. John CL-Spry, of
the Gardnor 4 Spry Lumber Company, Is
a well-known, wealthy and respected
citizen. Ills residence Is upon tho
northwest corner of Loom id a ad
West Monroe street, a fasbdonablo neigh
borhood. Ills family consisted of four
girls and throe boys op to about two
months ago. lie now had four boys and
three girls. The oldest daughter, Miss
Elizi Spry, was married a few years ago
to air. Jouu iiarvey, 01 Uie Arm of
narvcy uros., cotuiers, out is now
a widow. The Hocond daughter, MLss
Harriet npry, was brougnt up as a
tdrl and considered herself as such.
Much care was spent on her training aud
education. 'Mie attended tna WentDivl
fcion Hlh School, aud was a frequeut
visitor to the Natatorlum, where she wis
considered au expert swimmer. I lor
powerful frame,- awkward movement
and athletic manner excited suspicion
among her girl friends. She made
rapid aud satisfactory progress
with her stanles. There came
u time whun a manly down adorned her
upper Up. Her voice, too, deeperieu from
its not unpleasant contralto and was al
ternated with the full-chest tones of a
basso. The young women of tho school
were quick to seo all these Indications,
aud their suspicions were aroosud. The
matter was brought to the attention of
the teachers, and Miss llaitle was sent
homo. lieu Muss Hattie bad been home
fcome days she had a privalo and confi
dential conversation with hor mother,
which resulted In tho calling of an emi
nent surgeon, Dr. Moses Gnnn, well
known In medical circles, and a prcUm
lnary examination and corroboratory cir
cumstances decided all parties that an
operation was necessary. When this
was concluded, Miss Harriet, now Harry,
Spry, put on a suit of her brother's
clothes, had her hair cut, bought a
razor and entered upon a new career as a
young man. A day or two ago, In com
pany with his brother, lie depurted for a
school for bo)s and young men In the
City of Uoston, where at last accounts
was prosecuting his studies -diligently
aud fitting himself for the battle of life.
A uumber of physicians spoken with
upon this very Interesting case say there
are few like It on record In tho books of
ST. JOHN'S ItEJOLNDEU.
The Prohibition Candidate Declines to
riiiLADKLi'iiiA, 1'a., October 13. Gov
crnor St. John has addressed a long let
ter to l'rof. Theo. D. Woolsey, Hon.
Thoa. Talbof, Hon. Noah Davis aud
others who had appended their uames to
a request that bo withdraw from tho can
vas as tbo rohlblUon nominee for tho
Presidency. He shows why ho cau
neither agree with the reasons, nor coin
ply with tho request and concludis as
follows: "lu conclmlou permit me
to say that to long as tho Gov
ernment is tho open partner of
tho liquor business to tho extoi.t of ninety
cents for every gallon of whisky made
and sold; so long as men make and do
lllioltly sell liquor In violation of State
law, under a United States tax receipt;
so long as In tho Territories Congress
permits that which Itshould forbid.justso
long this Issue of the liquor trallic will
remain a National lssuo. In view ol tho
fact that said party preseuts tho only
Presidential nominee standing ou a tem
perance platform, would It not be more
consistent for steadfast temperance men
at once to demaud tho Immediate with
YOCIt OWN CANDIDA i 12
aud thus avoid all possible calamities to
which you refer, Including, as you term
It, 'a thing of such .doubtlul propriety as
to put Governor Cleveland Into tho
Whlto House?' For you may restus-mred
that so far as I am concerned I shall
neither withdraw from tho canvass nor
assume, a neutral position, but, with
Uods's help, I sha'l continue this warfare
on tho liquor trallic, aud while a vote for
any candidate, simply as such may bo
lost, a vote for principle is never thrown
Scmu.KNUi'uu, Tkx., October 13. W.
H. Castillo was killed yesterday morning
about four o'clock, lie was sleeping on
tho gallery at bis mother's residence,
;whero ho lived, near Autloch, lu Lavaca
County, when some unknown party
slipped up to within a few feet ol hi 111
aud shot htm with a shot-gun, the entlro
load taklug effect lu tho bank of his head.
Castillo was rather a reckless character
and had a groat many enemies. Tho
iCoronor's luqiiest failed to ollelt any evi
dence pertaining to tho guilty party.
The Colorado Pool.
Cuicago, III., October 12. Tolcgrauu
havo boon received In this city from tho
l'rosldouts of alt roads Interested, rati
fying tho formation of tho Colora.'.o nnd
Utah pools, as' outlined nt tho recent
mooting lu this city. This nmkos cer
tain a maintenance ot rales, at least un
til Janmry i, 1H86. Tho totograms pro
vided that tbo tcreontngos sbriuid be de
termined by Arbitrator J. p. Tucker, and
that his decision should bo final.
Botfinoora Aoonpt a Compromise,
Caiuo, III., Octobor 13. The strlklog
onglnecM enrno out butter than they had
reason to hopo for. Tho railroad com
panies again gsvo thorn rra opportunity to
accept 9'0 as compromise aud all but
two accepted tt aad went to work. Tito
wmipaolo luMctw! Bfctty la the ma
ter and tbo awn ppraotata ft. Tho com
pantos had aurasayw Cacopptv tbi uik-i
rs' tfMMfl si AM) nr taaaOi, ba jml
lecrod the kt fc4 M MtOrttce4 ttj
urn, ta4 aQ U rM ttgtit. "
Cincinnati, O, Octobor 13. S.- S.
Davis & Co., bankers, assigned this
morning for tho benellt of their creditors.
SiiAW.NKii, O., Octobor 13. Upson's
mluo Is still burning, In spite of every
effort to put it out. Much excitement
prevails throughout tho district.
Boturnod From the Wost.
Washington', D. C, October 13.
LUuteuaut-Gouoral Sheridan returuod
from tho Wost to-day. Attorooy-General
Brewster Is expected to-day or to-morrow'.
Mangled In the Maohlnery.
Portland, Oun. October 13. Frank
1'oarson. a prominent t loncer of Wash
ington Territory, and owner of a large
fioui'lng mill at Walla Wada, becamo en-
tangieu in uie macninery 01 uie mill, ills
body was crushed a id torn to fragments.
Burned to Death.
Portland, Ous., October 13. Satur
day a daughter of Mrs. Henry King,
living at Pataha, W. T., set her dress on
fire by accident. The girl was most hor
ribly burned and died In a short time.
Iu a frantic attempt to extinguish the
tiro Mrs . King was iatally burned, r
Indicted For Murder.
Portland, Obk., October 13. Jack
Conovy, who killed J. H. Kobblns at
Spokane Falls, W. T., was Indicted Sat
urday for murder la tho first degree
Conovy Is In custody and strongly guard
ed night and day. Lynching is sttll
Ravages cf Hoar Cholera.
Champaigns, III., October 13 Hog
cholera Is committing considerable rava
ges lu tho north part of tills city. In tho
vicinity of ltantoul the losses aro very
serious, one farmer, Johu Gilford, with
in a few days lotting forty-cighl bead,
many of them weighing from 200 to 3u0
pounds. The disease is ou the increase.
Portland, Okk., October 13. Frank
Frisblc, the alleged defaulting exchange
teller of the First National Bank ot Port
land, has been again Indicted on another
charge of embezzlemeut. FrUblo ex
changed couusci, entered a plea of not
guilty and will fight tho caso.
Another Locomotive Engineer Killed,
Camdkn, N. J., October 13. At C;30
this morning, as the trains from Wood
bury and Burlington, on the Amboy aud
West Jersey Divisions of tho Pennsyl
vania, were entering tho yard hero they
ran into each other. Tho accident was
duo to a misplaced switch. The fireman
of the West Jerntry train ha 1 both feet
crushed, bud Joseph Catinan, cugiuecrot
the Amboy train, attempted to jump
from his eugluj and was killed almost,
instantly. A newsboy was badly cut
ttbout the head aud four or five pas
sengers were badly Injured.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, OCTOI1EU 13, Ksci.
Cottos Steady; iniddliinr. 9i H0t.
Floch Steady: XX to cuoicu. tz.iS A1.3i:
Wiusat Weaker: No. 2 Rod. TSi'r.'.S'i.o:
No. 3 Rod, fi'J'j j7uo.
Coitw Flnmr; No. i mixed. tttftiUKo: No.
S whlto tiilxiul. iVio.
oats Lowor; No. 2,
RrB Ktiinwi No. 2. Mo.
Touacuo fr'irui; Intra: common to choice
fO.UUtAiU.Oi); loaf; common rod leaf, VMtt
lutw: uioiiiuiu u irooii itMUtf n.'iu. -Hav
Prau-iu n.&u,la.0) lor prime to choice
new; clover mixed. 7.mlU.oj lur common to
prime: prltno new timothy, lU.eOa.U.ou; fan
Uuttkii HiL'heri cholooto tancv rrcamerv
STiugtee: dairy, choice to lunuy, .lo; low
ivous .U'ttoy; iresn emeu. il4o per aor.on.
i'OTAToits steady, at Siiiiiso per tmshoi.
Pohk Steatly; now muss, lfl..r)()?tia.7j.
LARD iutel; iirLnio Btcnm, T 1447 4c.
liAOON Lomrs. Il'illiio: Miorls. 11 ,a
llo; ckuirnbB, Ktiollo, nil packed.
wood Turvastn)(i. cnoice, io: nur,
87o: diniry and low Wic. I'uwashod Cliolco
moillutri. atVuV-'l"! ir"! avorniro mo
diinn lHt19o; Hoiuotud lilit nuol7SISc; (foo 1
avera?, Wtfifoi neavy 144100: eombiinr, S-
Uiood, mwaw. coinuinit, low irra in. Hi 41 ,0.
II1DH8 Hurhor and Arm; dry Hint, lii'ie:
(IniiuiKU'l, Diso; bulls or stuirs Hint lee,
khIIiuI. Do: irluo stock. 5o. Green salto I. !'o:
dumatfod, 7o; vt.-al calf B'tin. ll'o; hulls nr
stilus, no; Kroen uncureu, 7 muc; uamatre 1,
oJic; fluu, Ho,
dnicKi PuiiTS Weak: irrein, mV!Zo dry
do, 'dJtiMo., as to aimiiiiituri I quality ot wool;
green siieuriintfs, i.nV'ir
Wiikat l.ow-0)'; No. lied, October, ;
November, hti'Ho; l)t" ember, sse; January,
tfito: Kobrtmry, td'sc; May, hi'tc
Coun Jl'lnneri uetoiioi1, ti.ie: November,
0l)o; ulK'oember, ote; January, Mfce; May,
UATrt Wimker; Ooiolior. X'So: November.
33e; December, Uc
Wuk at Weaker: Oeiolier, TKo; Novem
ber, 7tlH4T"',i'! December, T; January,
,7Jitfi7Wo: May, WJie.
CotiN Weaker; October, 5fl'io; November.
5.')c; yoar, to; JamiHry, 'jo; May, 4iH.io.
OATH lowers Oiiioliu r, snv November,
27o; DecoinbiT, avite; year, JHlo; May,
, loK-T)wer; October, f M,r; year, f lS.l.j;
liAMO Lower: Ootoher, IT.IJ'4; November,
fT.lWWT.BJ'ii Junuary, 7.'J,'!; I'ebniary,
Shout Ruis-Oelober, f!l.W; November,
f7.50; January, f'MQ.
Livo t lock Murketa.
1 noos-RoeelpM, M,0i; neirket fairly an
live, but 10'f.lee lower: IktIiI., f i.70'(.,pi.)n;
'routth iiaeklmr, f I.HD'd'h'.D; heavy paeklii
uml Nlilplnx, W.3ff(.5.7n.
Catti llecelpts, L'.dH; all but b"St na
tives lit :lc lower; exports, ii.'iilr(i7i tfood to
choice, rt.Utl.(i.At: nomiiioii to lair, ti.Di&
. ( h,.l fill
a. no; lonuiin, Tii.','tvi.'-'. 00
SnnKi' Re ceipts, ,WW; sti ufy; Inferior to
liolee, s.soy i..'.
Catti.b Miu-ki't sieiuly, with trend dmimnd
for Rood Kiiides: eoiinnuii irrades dull; sales
of (rood to oholee steers nt flUUW: fair to
uiiduini, tA'tft.Mi; I'tinada aiocliers, fiVKVi.
Siikhi' Market thill, weak and lowor; com
mon to fair sheen, tsi.fl tfti.sr,; clielee, 4U4.W;
Ontiailii lambs, tiM'lh.
UtHis Market dull, weak and lower; offer
Iiimts hiiavyj K"od to obi duo Yorkers, H.ililiiO
6.4M UiihtYoi'koiS, 1.1i't06.id,'i; good iiiedluin,
Cattlh Uwtflpi, l,00i iule4, tf ady nnd
IIimik BctdnW, 0,0ml; How nnd weaker,
Mi'MThi lower; It of to 'Mi lbs. avornitu,
MMVmSn uia)l-i f'ttVIO.
Hhwu' Uooolfiis, VI; quiet nnd tinehunifeil.
Monor and Rtook Mirkot.
Nmr YMMt. Ontnlwr W. Money 1J pur
tHiiiLt bar fllver, HU'it coiiimhim, lils, lil
4Hffc lMfl JWifHoMto h s.f 'lif., l:.'6.
Htmdis ovniu.d Irmrului'i but miou beoaiito
ptrnMOL inlees Mvancliur to H I'or emit.,
Ul4v m Northwe! I eirtiaHriueiilly I .no It a
wssMfU Unfco lh- 1 1)0 goiiei-ul tint doelluod iu
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Uronchitis,Croup, In flu
enza, Asthma, Whooping Courrh, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. Yor Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 85 Cents.!
rcif IN VW "
O'JT OF ORDER,
Q) NO ZCLiAt-
I 30 UNION SQUARE NLWYORK.
TCR SALE BY
J. C. CAliSOX, Cairo, Ills.
ihu p,jr,ju.4 1 latter u
fainniid for it i)ul k
and liiarty . tli.ii In
our ion Lome Bwk,
firick in the Hark. Sid or Hip. N. uriilia, Htlff Joint.
and Mum'Im. Sure VttrA. Kiam y Tp,nl-lin and all iiaim
or arhrsi'itliur li.-atord-HM-tl. ItSn.ithrn.httUH.'th-
snnanil Stiniulati s too rlii. 1 tin mtui or nop. roin
binod Willi Kims 'li an anil roady ti apply. 8ui.'ri"r to
Unlmi'Dta, luiiun and solvi'i. l'rice Dti miU or 6 f r
1.00. H-ldiiy .inn.-., MnPAT
rclpt f)f Hlr. Jl"l
t'liuttrtuiAjtany, i r-
S V The hunt liuiilly ill ni&ile llawli'jr'a stumitrh aud
J.lvr I'tll.. V-f. I'lt n-ATit In fi'-tl'mnnn f"i-T t tnlrr.
Electric Appliances an sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YCUN3 t)R OLD,
"rilo nr suir.'rliiir fnim Nnitvnes hitiill.ITT,
V I'"T ViTni.iTr, I.rK or Nrnvii Kern o
Viiimh, WmTiN'i Wkakneskkh, atul all lliune '.,
-f 11 1'CKH'iNAt. NiTi iia ri Kiiltlnir rrom Axi'si. nnd
otiikk ( ai'k. HiMH-ly s-.-ll.-r and t-,ini,l,!lo rmito
ntlull ill llKl.rR,Vlll,lHalli MANI,llHlll'AK.STKKt.
'I In- tfmril.t ilim-MVi-ry t tho NinMt,-,-ntli t:i-ntury.
Liiiil aluiiuu tur lllu.lialed l'aniiiU-i rre, AJdroai
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
4 t 4 lir .. . i Tin i rp ;
iVJj.il) () ADL.M1 J
To CiuiMiHH for Mmlviiio Orn.woM
l'ntt.-nt hklrt Hiipi orl ii t'ornet. and
SIvirt Mttuhiirti-r. Tnlr,, n,l vt-lnl.
Vtv. 'I heno uro vililioiii a rival. Send
V J. II I'OI'N'AM. dun. Ant,.
I'JO Stitlu Street. ChlcntfO
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED z PARTS
liK 'IHK HiJ.MA. It M V KMiA U;-,l, W, I -WkI,
ST'Ki;St'rilKM-:i," l:'-., (nun inlrniMiff
i j 1 1 ' w ii ill hh.v Hint, liiiTi- it ii.) i'vlti'H4i4Mi T'iiti'i"
litii: 'ilcnii huh, iin f In'
, I In, mlvi-rTT
V''iy NiKlily lnil"
-II I I L'll I'lllMI -I L- IMM1- llll l irl H'MlKIH tiv 11,1
CUIK AlreTeAl.t.,!., I III Ilill,,, ,Y V,- r,).f,i .rum,.
P A T E N T S,
I'avtmts, llii-lHoi vm iihdTriidii-Mi'rl-s t-i-ti'i'd, snd
nil othrr niil cut cimikcs ill llm I'lili'tit tilllcu nnd
before the Courts proinpily atul cun-i'iilly nttendod
I'poti receipt ormnriVI nr skutch of Invtnillrtti, t
ihmIoi riimrul cxnniliiieiiiiii mid mlvlsii n to
nnd iitiihllltv l-'rt-o of tlhni'iiti.
KICKS MOD KM VI'K. -iiitl I innko NO rilAlKIH
l;NI,IOSS I'ATKNT IS SICCURISI). 1 n for mn 1 1 on,
advicii and Kimcial n-fi-r- nci- smut on nppllciilloti,
,1. R. l.riTKI.L, Wuihlnt.'luii, 0. 0,
KeirU. H, l'atuiit Olllcu.
CIIK-TBHtMd Vt'lirnpiiiiaSi-pteinherlO. A MIDI
tnry C(iII e with Unlvi-r-lly powers. Depiir ninita
In I'lvli Knuliieerlnt!, Ohein'slry, CinKsit s and Kn
ullsh. fliciilars or Oipt. W. P. Iliillltlny nud N.I).
ThlKilnwootl nnd or Mti'srs 1'. Wi Riircluy, L'lma.
tinlllL'htiriind It. II. CuniiiiiKhiiiiiiOl Hits oily, or
OlCOL. I'll KO. HYATT, l'Mttliloiit,
It.'.. .v.v.v:.i j. v.&.uoi
-i t -
on f (P .
DO YOU KNOW
LOllILLAliD'S U08K I.Eap jyiujs CUT
is also madaortlianiiuHt stock, nnd for aromallc
chowlnu (,nnllty i Hucond to nou".
LORILLAItD'd !NAVY CLHTINGS
till e first rank s a solid durable smoking tobacco
I.OR'LLAKD'S FAMOUS SNUFFS
have been lined for over IJ1 y,.ars, and aro aold to
alarcer cxti-Lt Hutu itny others.
who nru tiu-d ofCulho' s that fade in suiifhl e or
w,i-li;nK- will llHd tho
P U H P L E S, " 0 I! A Y H, " AN I)
pitrfertK fn.t nnd i.ilah'f.. 1 1 von Haul a hone,
print, try them. .MkiIh i n rcut vurioly.
Prueiicitllytt New Crcafiou.
'limn irCiip'no la-ti-r a-e the nlanti re or
(dter la r. v-niv; ami u.-a. perfect r. .11.1'.
Sr-rXJl Al, NO ! 1CK!
iova-.d an uv , eni r-l.c . nd trnsiworlhy
i -m n. ei'hi-r sex. U ever, i in ami villus lii tho
1 . S Id ai l .in r i'i IV.. ..ii... . . A. .
. , , " " -n,ir ii'rniaiii-n,
po- He, i and need mv to . t v pa-iy who can emu
to itf wi ll run, rnmu.d. d. W'u i, i .elru to cor-r-
ciiiind w t!i ihnmi wi.ii iImi.l t - '
Ladi, hut wnh Dioki. who aru wil'imir tn work'
and wiint a I'm d pit.Mim oi-itlun iilH sent
on roiiBt, i: m.-iii it,,.,.... ,
foiHWie tor, ii-iir-.-m.s reij iln-d. ftddrt-s. sut-
in,; no aim i-k-m m orcilpullon.
r l 'i UK A CO.,
Roi Newark, N.J.
Ar. Only I'mibter Cured of Coiisninp-
Vt tiee di.ath uh t.riTinv i.n,, i rw .
tloll. ll ri lni' li... ,.n. I, ,, l. 1...I .. ., ,i , . .7
, ........ii ,n ,vi. nil u i r. ii.
jHnn a wiisi-xpiTiiiii-uiiii . In iKtidi-inu lv nude a
prepaniiinn oi Ii.dian Hern ;-, which cured h-s oniy
child, a-.a new (jives thia ri cil u on rc-c-iot of two
lam p. to ,ayexr,riiaia. Hump a'a.i cur-a Nlidit
hweut- .Nau-ea nt the stomch, and will lireak
a .nil ro;tl In at lii)iii. Addrona CRAlluOL'K
& I l;rc Streut. I'lnladetplila, la.,nam
liii; ili a i a: ir.
Tlie Science of Life. Only Si
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
Exhitjii-ted :ll:ty N.-rvoua and Phy.ical Uu
l.illty I'lonuittiit; JJcclluo In Man, Krmra ol
louth.Biidiiiitiiid m.serlen n-fnlt'iiu Iroin India
cnl on or excifHc A hook for every man, vounir,
niliinlfiijjiil and ,i!d. it containf V pr.--rtpltoiis
fo 'ail aru to arm ctronic dis-aes, each one of
;,u-h in mva uahie. So loi.td ty the Author,
whoae experience L.r il yoarau such aa pruhably
nevur before h-ll to the lot of any phyaiciau. Uti
pBu'e. hound In beautiful Yt nch muslin, t-mbos-ud
covers, tnl ullt. irnaraiitu d to he a finer work
in uv-ry nxse-moi haulcal, litemry and prolea
slor.ai than any other work sold in tnia country
for i SO. or tho miney will he refunded in every
Inctanco. l'rl.o oi.ly l.i bv mail, poat paid,
llluairatlvr am lu fl cents. Send oow. Oold
medal awsrdi d Ihu snthor by the Natto' al Mudlcil
Asi:ciatiou, to the Ulcers el which bo refers.
The Science ol Llf.- should hu read by the young
f .r Instrti'tlnn, ai d by the afflicted for lullcf. It
will benefit all. London Lancet.
Then; l no memher ol aocietv to whom the Sci
ence of Life will not he ntn-Iul, whether youth,
pan in utiardian, Instructor or :k-ri man. Aruo
Address the IVabody Vcdlral Institute, or I)r
W, H. I'arker, No. 4 Rniilr.en Street. It iston,
.Mass., who may In- cunniiied on all dla -aes re
'1 n i f i !i ir skill and experience Ch'onlc and (distl
iiate dieca-i-s Ihat hav-- hafllod III 1 the
skill ol alio-her physician a llVjiXlj spe
cially, such ir--aied sue- rpi t ro T 1 1 iji
ces.lullv wltliout an Inat- 1111 olliLir
anreel failure. IJention this paper.
617 St. Charles St.. ST. LODIS, MO.
A rastilnr Ornrluatn of two medical
cnlleit' ". has hi-fu lunttei eiiK.tKed in the treat-nii-ntfifClirniiif,
Mvrvoiia, (SUiii mut
lllooit Dlsean s than anv oilier iiliysli-lan In
St.I,ouls,ajcitypiersshow and all eld real
deiiliknnw. 4'iinsiillatli.n atotr.ee orbv n.all,
free and nvlted. A friendly tulk orhls opinion
e;its noihliii. W hen it U Inem.voulcnt tovlslt
the city for treatment, medicines can be sent
iiynmllnrexpri-M evrrvwliviA. l urable eases
Kuarauteed: whre doubt exl.ti.lt. js traukly
stated. Call or Write.
y(TTQus Prostration, Debliitr. Mental and
Physical Weakness, Merrnilat and other
affections of Throat, M, I nana flonw, Llood
ImpurltUs and fllond Polaonlwg, ikla Aflec
tlnna, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediment-to
Marrlag-e, llheumat Ism, Piles. P'JTjiLit
tent Inn t casea from over-worked trvale.
KTRHIf AIi CASES reeelve special attention.
RI leases arMng from Imprudenret, Kxcessea,
It Is si-lf.evliUiit that a phvslclan y rvImu;
particular attention to a classo'f cu.ei attains
(treat skill, and phvslclans inri-iritlar piacllca
all over the country ktiowlnif this, freoiently
recouiiueiid linen to theoldeit olllce li Ameri
ca, whern every known appliance M resortei
to, and the pi-ov.nl kooiI reTiiodii,.- tf alt
axes and i-otinti'les at e uaed, A whole Iiriiho Id
used for office purposes, and till are treated wltll
skill In a respectful nimuicr; and, know.nu;
what .to do, no experiments are made. (,n i,n
coinit of I be Ki-eat number appli-lny, thn
rhin ites are kept low. olti-n lower than fa ie
uiauOed by others. If you sei-ure the ski 1 i tnl
uet aHpeedy and pirrri'i-t life cure, that s inn
liiiportmit iiiiilti r. I'aiiipUlct, HO panes. S;iit
to any addt uss free,
pla'Ces. 'MARRIAGE GUIDE, t pagls
Kh-irattt rl.it h and irllt btmlliiir. Healed for 60
rents in postuuenr ciii'i-eiiey. Over fitly w in
derliil pen pictures, tmv to life, nt-tlcles on til u
full, living subjects! Wlin may inat'i')' V w lion itt
whylf lr-opcrat(elo initi rv. Who marry til-it,
Mnnhnnd, Womiinhond, Pltysleal dei-ay. V:in
Sliotild nniri v. How lire and happiness iniiv uo
iucrea-ieil, l'hn married or conteinpluf
niam Iiik shnnlil reud It. itouulit to he read
by all adult persons, then kefit under lock ail
key, !',i'iiliir edition, miinens nliove, hut pa vi
rover ami 'Mpuges, ."4 cents by mall, 1st mouev
Whnso delsllltv, PKhiiii.led
iswri', priiuintiira tlceisy
nml fiiiliiro to perfurm lire's
tlnllea properly are eoitsud by
I'si-eieiea, errnr.. of ynuth, etc.,
will rind a perrect and In-lliiK
restoriition to rulMi't lienlili
snd vlirniHsii niisiiliooil In
TMS MARSTON BOLUS.
NnitTier Hliimni-h driiiririnir tmr
insirntiienia. i iiiaireiiiineui or
cs-vois ISnlslllty and
I's, v.li-nl ISei-si v 1. 111101,1-11, 1 u
.,icr,TP,niiii ui'uni.u imii'.'m ... I"-,,,, i iimKiiimiis,
siewssnil tllreel mel Inula and absolute thur.
iiisaliiiei, l'n II Int'nrinntliin and Treatise frco,
Ail'lrusa t'onsiillliiK i'liyslrliiu of
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 4CW.14th SI., New York.
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Oil. II. II, KANK, nl II,. Ui0.illnr.r
lliim., aew oil)-,, a H.iniulv wli.rabff
,,y .1,0 ss rum hlin.ilfiiHlfll. and ili,l..l;. K,,r l-.tlmo.
al.li .na rniltnirnl.lri,iii Fiuln.nl ina.Ur.l limn.Ao.,iHniM
U. U. stANM, 4.M., a. I),, li t altea St., . isrk ttty.
Ksxrmnn txxasamaamn taxm