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THU. DAILY UAlltO HULLKlllN. TUESDAY MUKNlNtl NOVEMBER 18, 1884,
TItiip nnriT nrnimi
Relieve and cure
Soreneii, Cuts, Bruitst,
S!m.,,i I mniuumBliimn. I I
And all other bodily achet
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by ill nmcrtnta and
Dealers, illrttcliuun lu 11
The Chartei A. Vogeler Co.
(hanwi to A. VMIIUR a CO )
JIf tL-tler'n Stomnch Itittora to' a flue blood do
viirtnt. a rational cathartic, and a superb ant'
bilious specific. It milieu the lailtiiK i-ii'-riMea of
tho debilitated, and checks iiri'inaiuro decay,
reverend acne, bilious remittent, dyspeps'a and
bowel complaints ale araiuii! the evil which It
entirely reniovi . In tropical countries, where the
liver and howles aru organs most unfavnrahly
cftecled by the combined inllucLce of climate, diet
acd water. It is a very nccesnry safrcnard. For
sale by all druijulsts aifd dealer- irenerallv.
Health and Happiness.
P DO AS OTHERS
O&yi&'s HAVE DONE.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
''KidnSV Wort lll'imirhfc tun frrmi ft.v ifruv, if
were, amirinnu irirenunliy 13 bent lct.ra in
wiruu. jo, n, iwvi-raux. olecuauic. iuiila. jlicu.
Apg vour nerves weak ?
"rTlitnt'T Wiirt. r-iiri.il in., fr..,n n,.rv..i ia ...n Ir n.a.
Ac.afii rl was nut i xiweti-ri tu live."-Sim H. M. U.
Uoudwin, td. c hmlmn Monitor Cleveland, O,
I Have you Brighfs Disease?
i ........ ..... mn , nvu 111 waivr vwiun
Uku chalk auj tiiui like. bln.nl."
ImnK Mlon, I'eatxjd J, Hum.
Suf ferine? from Ii riVifit.fi h 9
"KidneV-Wnri In tiie meat r.llrei'Ni,rul reiiieilv 1 hAVA
I BTur IUH.U. UIVM HlmiMt InillH-illllt., relief,"
Dr. l'liilllp C, Umluu, lluukUin, Vt.
Have you Liver Complaint?
"KiilneT.Wnrf riirwi ma ut cliniiilu Lr lilttHiuuia
aftur 1 jirared to die."
IWury Ward, Into Col. C3th Xot. Guard, N. Y.
Is your Back lame and aching?
i "Kidiiiy.Wurt.il U tile) eured iu when I wiu.o
ii i nad lo ion cut or lied."
V. il. lalliuatfe, Milwaukee, Vila.
nave you Kidney Disease?
I "Kidney-Hurt mnde me sound In liver and kidueTn
, nftt-r years nf uuaurceaHful il'i'-turln,:. ItH wurth
i (ivauui." tauii uuutteii, uimiu.iuwn, mm ts.
ii vuu i-iUiisLiniiLtiu r
i ' imi.i .. ." t : : .
I fti'im y- uri cauei eiuy evaeuui lull! aim curea
, no iuber 10 vuri ui oi iTnrr ineiiieiueH."
XHion mircuua, bi. Aiuaiu, vi,
Have vou Malaria?
"TTMnr-vAl'urt. tn. dMt.it lu-llKf Ihun inff ntVt
VI . K. K ClSrit, buUlli iiurO, Vkt
Are vou Bilious?
"KidnfvAVurt. him don,, inn nmro trood tliftn nnT
. v.uci ivmwj j n.ie ,'vrr iiineu.
air. 4. i. uiuiuwtt', i,ik r mi, trcon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
"Kidney Wort hr-rinmifnfi rurrtl me .f MuiHluig
yuro. . r.iiue rei-niiiniejnii n n ui me.
Ueu. 11. ll'TBt, (.uhier 11. Hunk, Jl verluwn, Vk
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kidney Wort cun-rt me. nder I wnii (ilven up Ut
uiv u jiii Biwmie nun I linn niiuen',! imnv venrH.
i.lbrnlk'? U .lcoliii, Went liatli, Maine.
Ladies, are you sufferinpr?
"Jvidney.W ,irt eiin-d n.e of peculiar truublei of
wrcnajoanKtnnillni. many frieiidn uw nud prnlw
It. Alia. 1L Lumureaux, Ikle La llullc, Vt.
If you would Banish Disease
i and cam Health, Take
Thi blood Cleanser.
ruicrciiani i anonng itv.'
ftr.d Clothing Houso ACj
A full line of card tamplnof
Will hm frmr.,1
ii:0. O. CI1K1STMAN,
sails A(ii:. r,
t- C HH
lliii prua planU'r U
laniuni fur IK qulek
and tenrly ax tleti In
eiirlnu I.aiue liai'k,
Crirk In Iht Ilark, Hide or Hip. Neuralitia, hi iff Juinui
a.idMuw Ii'ii.Hiireriieid, Klilney Tmuldm and all pnlhi
or ai lm ell her lural iirdn HHliKl. II HiKdliea.rilivntrtli.
innndHlitnulateitliiila. The vlrtui ut lio, rn-
,intl with iniini-eleanand raadr ti apply, Hna.rliirlu
Itniiwnta, lntii,tn and aaltva, J'rliai kfi wnu or a fur
ll.uo, K.iid ,py dniu
f,au and puiintrjr
Mn Mallinl on re-
llfa (if pl1e. Ilni
)utrr Orniiamy. I r
l,rletire, Itpntou. Mim,
) I T llwtaatt faintly pill nuMlw-iiawley'tMtiiUiarb and
f.lTr lllle. r I'lea.nnl In e..ii,.j Wr tn tk.
h l cm:miiiraninji
tl'llti.. W... ...Ill
THE DAUjY BUTJiETIN.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Dally, one year bv mall in no
Daily, one. month. tH
ilal.y, one week...,. VM
Dally, five wevke I 01
nibllebed every moru I ur (Mondavi eicepted),
A eekly,one year .. $ 00
weekly, n monini 1 uu
rnl'lltied every Monday noon.
ttrClubi of five or more lor Weekly Bulletin at
one time, per year, yi.rH), l'oiiatte in aw canei
IKTARIARI.T in advamci.
Al commnnlcatioue bonld be addrraeed to
K. A. HUKNKTT,
PnWiHher and Proprietor,
A Xcw l'o for ilio Itloyclo.
TlmNew York Times rl;ito that
Ppaoon Smedlcy, a woll-known wortliy
of a Vermont town, aftr consiJcrablo
ohsorvatinn of the nso of tlio liicycla by
Suninicr boartlors in him place, has dis
covered new and valuable uses to which
it may be put. The Times say:
Curiously enough, Deacon Smedley
approved of the liieycle, and openly
said that ho wished he could n fiord to
piv'o one to his small boy. This was
tho more remarkable pia,Ve the deacon
had never been known as a liberal man,
and had never piven his small boy any
thing except his board and lodgi.ijj.
Not content with wishing to give his
small boy a bicycle, the deacon actual
ly opened negotiations with the bicyc
list with a view to buying his machine,
and one dav when tho young man was
under the doctor's care in conscoueneo
of a severe contusion of the skull, tho
deacon extorted from tho bicyclist an
agreement to sell his bicycle- at half
The next step taken by this admira
ble father was to advise 'his son to hire
out to a neighboring farmer and so earn
enough money to buy a bicycle. Deacon
Smedley agreed to advance, the pur
chase money, buy the machine and hold
it in trust until his small boy could re
pay him. Arrangements were soon
made by which the small bov was to
'do chores" for 'Squire Rartlett, and
was to receive in the course of the Win
ter the aggregate sum of This ho
was to pay to his father, who had
nsrreed to purchase the bicvele for JfHO,
thus giving the deacon a prolit of only
$5 on the transaction.
Snrinff came, and Deacon Sniedlev s
Fmall boy paid bis father $35 on the 1st
day of May, and the two proceeded to
the burn, where possession ot i lie in
cycls was to bo formally given to the
siuall bov. The latter, was somewhat
surprised when he saw the bicycle. It
was suspended from the rafters of the
barn at a height of about three yards
from the lloor. The rubber tire of tho
driving wheel had been removed, and a
leather belt had been placed around the
wheel and connected with tho crank f
a feed-chopping machine. With the as
sistance of his affectionate parent, the
small boy climbed to the saddle and be
gan to work the pedals. The revolu
tion of the big driving wheel set tho
feed-chopping machine in motion, and
the deacon immediately proceeded to
chop feed enough to last bis live stock
for a week. The excellent old man
found that be could chop twice as much
feed in a given time by bicycle uower
as he could in the usual way, and that,
instead of turning a crank, all lie had
fo do was to feed the machine. Once
or twice the machine abruptly Mopped
in eonseijuenco of the alleged weariness
of the small boy's legs, but the deacon
instantly stirred up his offspring with a
pitchfork, and pointrd out to him the
folly of growing tired of a bicycle with
in the first hour or two of its piwses
Hiinn. Since that day the bicycle has been in
constant use, and the ingenious deacon
has managed to utilize iis power so as
to churn milk and pump water with it.
The small boy does not seem to retain
his original enthusiasm for the bicycle,
and it is suspected that he would" pre
fer to ride it through the .streets rather
than put it to a really beneficent use in
tho burn. Fortunately, the deacon,
though he was so indulgent as to buy
his small boy a liieycle, will not permit
him to abuse ilie gift. "No, my son,"
he is said to have remarked "we won't
have no such nonsense as falling oil'
bicycles in the street. You just enjoy
your machine in the burn where you
can't get hurt and can do some good;
1 expect vou to enjoy it three or four
hours a day or else you'll hear from
me." The Miiall boy evidently obeys
bis parent, and, though he is growin"
..i ... .1.' .1 : . . ! , . . "
rauier unn, uicre i no iiumi'iiiaic Han
ger thai he will injure his healih byex
cosmvv indulgence in athletic sports.
Aftpr Madame de Staid, prolific as she
has been, Franco has produced no
greater authoress than the Cointesse de
Diidevant, better known as "(icorge
Sand." In this nineteenth century,
that has given the world so many emi
nent writers, George Sand is ono'of the
greatest of them all. What fecundity
of imagination she posses.od and how
divcr.silied her genius! To what sub
lime altitude she soared, and what n
comprehension of all things was hers!
Never was she a pessimist. Not an
egotist. After the Kith of Mav she look
refuge in nature. After the 'ind of ,..
cember she took refuge in the fainilv.
Hut it was in the exalted family. In
the last years of her life she wrote to
the mother of a young man who had
sought counsel of her: "1 am happy to
have one more child In my numerous
ndoptive family." And large indeed
was her adoptive family: Gustave Flau
bert, Alexander Dumas, Kdward Cadol,
raid Albert, etc., etc. Vae soli! was
her rule. In 1 872 she wrote to Flau
bert: "I ntn dissatislied with you to
have become, surly and discoiiten'.ed
with your life. You shun your friends,
you plunge into work and take as lost
time that which vou would occupy in
loving or permitting yourself to bo
loved. To be alone is 'odious, is mor
tal. To live lu ourselves is
bad. There is no intellectual pleasure
but the possibility of re-entering it when
we have been out of it since long; but
to live always in tho 1, Is to dwell with
the most tyrannical, the most exacting,
mid the most fantastic of companions."
She did not live within herself-not
she. She lived in lier adoptive grand
children and In the grandchildren of
others, and in all humanity and In (be
present mid future. A. A, lh; Muiil in
iit. l.vuti Mmjaxiiic.
Cairo 1ms a great many societies of one
kind or another, somu to promote social in
teicourse, gotufl for political purposes, others
for religious, charitable and benevolent ob
ji cta. by would it not be worth the
while for the well-to-do energetic business
men of the city to organize one more, hav
ing for its principal object tho diffusion of
reliable-information as to thu city, her situ
ation, advantages and prospects for future
development, as an available method
bringiug about a Bteady, healthy growth in
population and business.
1 ho subject may be trite and thread
bare to thu peoplo of Cairo. They know it
all have heard it all di zens of times per
Imps. What oftliat; it is not so to trang
ers, who may have never seen the name or
heard of the place. They know net to
nothing about It, more than that there
sucti a place. Jieuides a new generation is
always growing up. In older cities the
younger men are casting about for new lo
cations. The attention of these raitht be
thus secured, and some would find sufficient
inducement to locate here and engage in
Bme useful pursuit.
Out of a hundred persona reading such
statistical or other information you could
not guess which one might be favorably
impressed with the advantago of the city,
but unlei-s you sow you connot reap. Oth
er places maKc use ot such means, not to
misrepresent or distort tho truth, but to fur
nish reliable information to such as would
be benefitted by it.
It is but one short month until the great
world's exposition at New Orloana will
opin. A very large share of the passenger
travel visiting the exposition will pass
through Cmto, a largo part or proportion
ol which will consist of the manufacturers
and business men of the east, north and
If a neat littlo pamphlet of only half
dozen psees with a few cuts showing the
custom honse, the new hospital, The Ilalli
day, and several othe nchble buildings and
objects about Ciiir , and a judicious selec
tion of firtj aa I st itistieul information was
given to i-.iich pisi-eiier as the train came
in or went out, it would prove a good pay
ing expenditure in the end. The services
some intelligent well-behaved boy or
young man might be secured to systemat
ically visit daily each train with instruct
ions to furnish a copy of the p'imphlet to
A society formed for this purposo could
meet once a month and have an executive
committee to look atter its affnira in the in
terim. Other ideas and other nlans of a
kindred character as to how to further tho
objects and purposes of the society would
suggest themselves. Many who might not
join as members would still contribute to
wards the needful expenditures. This is
but a suggestion given in the hope it may
lead to some usefut result. Why not?
Whisky and Tobacco.
My abolishing the tobacco and whisky
taxes the revenue will be reduced $160,000,
000. This would be a decided feat, as the
revenue from these articles are $00,000,000
less thau '.hat sum. N. Y, Tribune.
In the year 1883 congress made a reduc
tion of tho tax upon whisky and tobacco
a reduction favored by the protected manu
facturers of cotton, woolen and iron goods.
The revenues of the government then being
largely in excess of all demands upon tho
treasury, the peoplo were paying more than
enough for all purposes and demanded that
there should bo a reduction.
Ry reducing the revenue from internal
taxation upon whisky and tobacco the
duties upon cotton, woolen, steel, iron and
other productions of that class might re
main at the former high prohibitory rates.
The east favored a reduction upon tobacco
and whisky chit fly produced in Kentucky,
V irginia, Illinois and other western states,
soas to avoid tho need of reducing the duty
upon the productions of Holyoko, Lowell,
Manchester and other eastern cities.
The people generally were then and are
now in favor of r using as much revenue as
can bo reasonably done from whisky and
cigars and tobacco, because they know that
theso are luxuries, and when they have not
the money to spare they can do without
them. Rut Imtn, shoes, blankets, snd other
necessaries they must have at all timuc No
matter how hard the times, we must have
flannel's and woolen fabrics to keep out the
cold and preserve tho health of old and
young. They are essentials that can not
be dispensed with. Tho taxes imposed
should bo tg iiiodi-rhtu as possible. The
democrats do not favor tho repeal of tho
whisky and tobacco tux, but they do favor
a reduction upon all articles ot universal
uo and prime necessity,
Didn't Know it was Loaded.
Last evening at supper time two colored
boys named Stephen Fuwlcr and Turner
Cypert, were sculling in tho basement ot
tho Ilalliday, where they were employed as
bell boy and yard hand, during which an
old revolver in the bunds of Cypert, not
supposed to be loaded, exploded, thu bullet
gointf through a door, and entering tho ear
of Fowler, killing him almost Instantly,
Coroner FitZieruld was summoned but we
did not obtain the result of his investiga
tions, As tho airdr was purely accidental
no arrests were tnvle. Fowler has a mother
residing near the convent, lie was about
j J7 ye mi old and regarded as a good steady
The Queen's Lace Handkerchief.
In spite of the steady rain last night the
presentation of this most delightful opera
by tho Qrau's Combination, was witnessed
and enjoyed by a fair audience tho par
quette and paiquette circlo I eing comfort
The opera itself is a most delightful com
position and abounds with unexpectful
scenes and incidents, while the comical
possibilities are almost beyond computa
Tho costuming of tho company is moro
elegant than that of any troupo which has
tvervisitod us, and is really stronger than
the company which Grau gave us last year
Miss Bessie Gray captured her hearers
at once. She has a strong sweet vjice
admirably adapted to the character she as
sumes, and acts the Queen withgracee and
dignity. She is partly petito and is in ev
ery way a success.
Miss Cooper as Donna Irene is delightful.
A beautiful figure, graceful in every move,
and a splendid voice. The other ladies
sustained their respective roles with per
The inimitable Oreensfelder as the primo
minister displayed such perfect familiarity
with his role as to make him a general fav
orite, lie was repeatedly encored, as in
deed were the entire company. We can
cordially recommend the company, and
hope to see a largo audience at "Little
Jones "Speaking of tho principles of
government, you know that Cicero says
Smith "Iuckcro, you mean."
Jones "No, I don't. I mean Cicero."
Smith -"Rut he was called Kickero."
Jones "Oh! well, if he was a kicker it
lon't matter what he said."
Monday Evk.ni.no, Nov. 17, 1884.
The pleasant Indian summer weather
came to an end yesterday. The sun failed
to rise this morning and to-night it is rain
ing steady and hard, to be followed by a
cold wave and freezing weather.
The market is dull awful dull. Noth
ing liko il to hang on so long has been ex
perienced in a decade, and there is nothing
to indicates change for the better soon.
FLOUR-Dull and unchanged. All
grades are full Et"cked and there is no
II AY Receipts are mostly a grade that
some ot our merchants characterize as
"dog tail," s grade that nobody wants for
any purpose. The market is dull in all
grades, but unchanged in price.
CORN-Dull and lower; the market is
weak and unsettled.
OATS The market is well supplied and
weak and the movement is right.
MEAL Dull and shaded; nothing do
RRAN In fair demand, scarce and
RUTTER-Overstocked and very dull;
only strictly choice is calle I for.
EGOS The market is fair and the de
mand active at quotations.
CHICKENS Overstocked ard drag
ging; 2.50 is an outside figure for the
GAME No change; receipts find ready
TURKEYS Scarce and in good request.
APPLKS Plenty and slow sale.
rOTATOES-Plenty and eaHy at un
Sales tinti (iluotntionA.
NOTK. The pnrea nnre aivenarelor nalrn frnm
drat hand" In round ta. An advance It
ebarired lor broken lotain llilltiv order.
SCO lit)'" varl us grade.
Imi bill Choi' o
i n hble fancy
100 bills extra fancy
...J oOflS o:
..,,.4 a i 0
1 car cholro Tliiothy a mall halo 10 no
ii cars ' trict prli'ie y n
3 cars Kilt ede II on
2 car choice in hi
I car mixed s to
Scara n w Wlilto In bulk S7'
Mixed In bulk
5 rars In bulk 'n'$
i car choice " Wt
So. o. Mortlieronean
No 3 do
m lihla ntv on
aivi pound country mixed
aim ponnds rhnlcti diilry ,
Sill) pound fancy cmamerv
MKi pun nd a choice country
till pound cooking butter
VIS U, t0
H'KI rioKOli ,,,(,,,,,,,,, i
ami dor.en ,,,
m loan no
To II INI
4 conpa lamn yotuiit and buna .,,,)) u.vrt.q r,n
8 conpa ci on e ni'ieii,
I ft"0'J i o
fiooopi intuitu ai youtiH
W lid ilur-ka mallard per dox
Wild durka mixed "
Wild turkey each
(limn pur dun,.,
Vniilaon aaddle . .
Kabblts per dog,.
t .,,,((,M ,..,,,,,,.,, , .
Mi, (,......, ...... I,, ,i,
Fdr.Ptr Hen Davla Si Homo Beauty per t.bl 8 BO
Choice VViiia (Sap per bill. 1 7S&'.! no
Potntoe. per lmaliel, Sliil-IO
Potatoes pur bill j ;)o
Ornnire, per Mil jog,; oi)
Orange pc box 4 50
Lemon per box , u ;o
Choice per hnrrel 1 j no
Choice per bushel flot75
Per lOO choice 0 (Oih OP
Tn,) v.-a eh dl M-tMl
Kluo unwashed If
II Uf no
I'IhIii tin in
Knnry Ctuivasaed limn
t lear snlea ,
I i'l', 1 5
ht. John s 16
Ohio It 'vet 1 ()j
1'i lmaliel Imrliii
5 bimhul ' -o.
UltlKD KIM' IT.
fesfiiea.inivt - inn' .(ii'irii-ra
Cloii:,- hand plrked mn
l I! M-.
Clm'ci, !''rtCteiv .
' I t.w.t
Iteav r per pound. . . .
l'i to q
III to .'0
pi Ii) 19
. V to !i en
. 75 to M)
3 to 5''
I no to Hi.
Call, Oreei t;
Dry Flint chim e If
Dry Salt "
(ireen Ssll ' t
Plum (irueu (
Sheep Pell. dry Pi.'(
Sheep l'i l'. efi-n I s
Damaged Hides H of
foliilholi l.'ly- T'.'l -
HOIK! ,11:.'" I .'- I
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Medium l,i-.l .... - ' : i
fin' 4 Leaf ; ' '. 't
kui, : :.; n i i r
iii-r.n llnv I'lunr 1'i.rk
?ci. Prwl. Uil. fill-!
Me' i-hia,. . ir S'i 3S
v lirVm- IT, 17' J l 41
Helena. Ark 11 . t;
'ifkh-Tif as', v:!; I". 7'4
Natchez -it vl 40 tl
All other wh mints
beln Vein phi t'
NewOrnihs CI 3 51
T II K
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Organized December. Ilifl3, ruder tlie
Law of IJiii.J.
Soci eor to Widow and Orphan Muinal Aid So
cieiy, 0 Kiiizei: July -itn, it,,, imt"r
thu laws of 187.
JOHN II. KOItlNSON 1'ieai.li-i t
-M. S ' IIA I i N ;ce 1 rtsideli
A. (Jnl.nSTINK Tre.uri
W llt:,MMI Medif-H. Adv'ael
THOMAS I.KWIS SvcretHri
BOARD OF DIRECTOR" kou lr YEAR.
Wm. stratum, StrMton A lllrd. rro-et. t a :,', I I.
J. A. (xiidstllie, oliioldstlne ,V Unet,wi,'.et, w l.nls
ale and ret ill lrv kooiI ; (.'. W. Ubiir.i;:v. -M. O.:
Pre, lid, Mej l'x., for I inaiot.; Albert l.iwiv
Commission men hunt; J. II Koliinson, roiini
lildtft) au notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and lnuraure luenl: It. II Pal a rny
itreet aupervisor; M I'll III s. carpi liter at.d hulol
er; 'I homiin Lew i-, attornev and aecretarv ( . S ,
Hierriyittoriiey.iLt.law, liiitjtioiti li) ; I.. C. Pace
cashier of 1 entennial Han , Ahlvv.lll 5 Albert
Hay den. cash I r of (Jeort'e Con tie ly t Co., prion
Held. II ; II, M .Hi n n. ultoniey-iit law. )iHi Itu.i
doiph slreet. t'lileau'ii; Hon. Itolit, A. Ilutci e', at
torney-at law, Charleston, Mo ; li, l.einlilor.
cashier Klrst Nutiotial Paul:. Muurt. Inwa
V l lebllll .v,rlinii(i-d
eia, ii,. ),,., line tleil.y
mill (finuri) to piTlurm lil'i-'a
ilullea pnitierly r e.iu .i d Pjf
e-,ih error. ,,f yunili, rir.,
Mill linif a p. rfei t and liixto
re-,inr;iii"ti In i-olnl hen Hi
k fi'td lifitron riiiinlifKiil ia
,0THE MAPSTON BOLUS.
. -i-M-iuier siiiiuni 11 oniefon nut
V I'etruuieiiu. 'I lostri-Hiiiuint ot
' "Pviuie le hi Illy and
I'livhlciil llel'iiv Iaiiritforiiilv
lnreririil I'sp.nan l,,i-n ml pi fleet dmirnn.iH,
new 0 ml llll-eet melhiiiU and nlmiilnte Ihiir.
iMialinea. Iiill IntunwO nui and 'IreAtmu trHtw
Aiiilrei I 'niiatilt inn I'hvxiemn nf
MARST0N REME0YCO4CW.14thSt.. N. wYork.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED .PARTS
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I IMORPHINE HABIT
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DO YOU KNOW
Vltn lied Tin a( 1 the beatf lathe purett; li
ui ver adulterate.! with ulocoau, harytee, nioias,.-a,
mU? y,?hl"t?r o""l,1ruUlo",, l the case with
many 01 bur tobacco.
LORILLARD'S ItOSE LEAF FINE CUT
Is also made or thn finest atock, and for aromatic
cIiuviiik quallly U eecoud to none.
LORILLARDS NAVY CLIPPINGS
lake first rank ai a aolid durable amoklna tobacco
wheruver mtr jducul. .
LORILLARD S FAMOUS SNUFFS
Have been uaed for over 124 years, and are sold to a
larger txteiittbau any othure.
w ho are tired of Calico -a that fade In sunshine or
wa hiiirf will likd the
PURPLES, "GRAYS," AND
p rfectlv fuHl and e lab'c II vou wafil ni hone t
print, try them. Made In ureat variety,
To Slake Life Ilrighter
'I h dy-tietic'a lot is not a happy one. Hun-on's
I up- Ine Plasters me the lemidy. price J1 cents.
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A r. tmly Paiigliter Cured of Consump
tion. V l.en death was hourly erpected from consump
tion, all remedie- liavii.)' fa led. and Dr. II.
James was eiperimeiniii , he accideiitailv made a
ptepariiliou ol Indian 11,-inp. w hi h cured his only
1 htld. ai d now irhes this recti e on receipt nf two
Starr, p to l ay ext ens. s lleTiip also cures Stuht
Sweat. Nausea at the stomneh. and will hreak
a!i heo!ii . al liniiis. Address CKAl'DOt F
A CO..10U Hire Street. Philadelphia, la, nam
I11H Ih s 1 aper.
MA SOX & HAMLIN
sti ORGANS '"JJ
IllKhest honors at all great Wortd's Kxhlbitions
for seventeen y.ars. t nlr American Organe
awaided such at any. Kor cah, easy uayni, nta ur
presetitlnR Verv liiuliest (xcflleiies yet at'Hini'd
In .to h Insiriimeius; addini; tn all pre, 'lima im
prove ci t . lie of Kieater value, tlnu anv: secur
inu- 11. o-l 11 ne. let! d, inuaica! tones and Increai
rd dtirb lii : .specially avoid'tii! Pa'ii ity to K' t
out oi tin. e. Illustriit'il auloue free.
Mason A Hamliu Organ aul Piano Co ,
H.islon, 17 Tretnont St ; N. Vork.4'i E. 11th St'
1 Uicato. 14 Wrtliaab Ave.
The cifiiceof Life. (July 81
RY MAIL POST-PAID.
Fxnatisted V'taitty. Servos and I'byiral De
Llllty Pramature Decline In Man, Krrors ol
Youth, and untold miseries resnlting Irom India
i ret on or i xr.es.es A honk for everv man, vounif,
middle.ai;ed and -ild. Itcoioaiii 1J6 presrrlptlonr
I i 'all acute bi.ii ctrntur disea-ea, each one ol
w..trh una unlde. so found ty the Anlhor,
w hose experience li.r '.'i years Is such as probably
n ver before lell to the lot of any physician . WrfJ
pBijea, liound ir tieautilul French mtislin, emboa-
ed covers. I II (tilt, (.'iiaiaMei d to be a flm r work
in cv-ry sense m" hanlcsf, literary nd profes
sior.al than any other work anld In this countr"
for f i Tit. or the ni incy w ill lie refunded in every
Instance Itl.e oily Jl.on hy -n nl. postpaid.
Illusirativi sain le ti cents. Send now. (told
medal aw.rd. d Hie. author liv the Nailo' al Medical
As.' Ciattoii, to the Hirer 1 1 which he refers.
The rcerre ol I.if. shotlid be read hy the vot-Pg
f r Instrti t un, and by the afflicted lor iclli'f. It
will lisneilt a!.. London l.iirit.
'I her i- no member nl sucietv to whom the Scl
eliieof Life w ill imt Le nselul, whether youth,
pio.nt guardian, Instructor nr ulerg mau. Argo
paut. Address the Peabody Me dical Institute, or I)r
W. li Parker, No. I Ilulllnci Street. H iston,
)l ass. ,wlio tnuv b" cmisullvd on ail dls.-ases re.
I i in v sWl I and expeneiiie Cb'oiilc and obsth
ia!-disea-i s i hut have hnfiled 11 i the
1 1 HAL
skill n all oher physicians a llllllj sps-
cia'.ty. Such treated sue- rpi I yoi; i s
ce.-tii!U without an lust 1111 Olilil
ancei l fu lure Mention this paper.
017 St, Charles Su SI'. LOUIS, 110
A ravirulnr Ormluntn oi two mdllcal
rnlli-irei. Inn been loncei eiiiinned in the treat
ment nf t lirrmio, N erven m, KUin nint
lllooil lllHi-aies tliuii any oilier physician In
St. Louis, as city piper a nlinw und all ..Id real
de nl? know, ('ousultatliin i otllce orkyn.all,
free and Invited. A friendly talk nr tin opinion
tosti milhlnif. When lth I'ircl.vclilent tovhll
the city for trsalineut, niedlelne'i 'mi Is; svnt
tiytnall or exire evervwheie. Curable onie.
Kuaranteed : where doubt xttJ -. Is frankly
Buted. Call or Write,
Nervous Prostration, Pslililty, ttsnUl and
I'liyilcal Woaknus, Wormilal and Othei1
affections of Threat, SRInana- Bonsl Kont
Impnrltlei and Mlonrt Polnnnle;, ikln it Bee.
tloni, Old Knrciand t'lcsn, Impstilmcntw t
Marriage, Ttlieii matlam, Pllci. Kpsclal t;
tent Inn ta cnaei from orer-worked trraln.
KI ltdlrAf. CASES rrcslve special attention.
IH.caasi arl.lnir from Imprudences , Ktcssnei,
Indulgences or Exponurei,
It In self-evident Unit a plivili'lnn f yinK
pnrilcuUr iillenllon tu s cln.sof cavi ftttnins
(.'rent skill, and plivuleliiiis ItireKUliir pi'iietlee
all over t lin country knowlnir this, freii i-iilly
rec'iniiiirml rsinei to the oldest olllee p Ameri
ca, wherti every known appliance I 'e.-oitei,'
to, and the proved irond reitiinill" cf aU
attes iiuil eoiiutrleii are used, A w hole pinup ia
lued fur olllee piirpoaea, and nil are treated with
skill In n re-peelful iiiiniueri and, knnw.HK
what todo, noexperlnientsiiemde. ( n ,.e,
rnunt ol' t li o ureal iiumber applvllir, tho
cbiii ifes are kept Uiw, often lower than li ile
maii'ieil liy ol'ii'iT. If you .ceiire the ski 1 : nil
id'taspeeity ntul purtei't life cure, that : UlU
liiipnrtiiiit iniitter. I'auiphkt, id pUKen. B:nt
loauy addie.i free.
pla'tes, ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages
Kh'irant clntli and (tilt bltulltnr. Seated for M
cents In pnstimeor cui'reiiev. over lifty w in
derfill pen pletirei, true to life, article, on tlte
following subjects t Who limy inai rv 1 w lion it'
wbvr PropeniKi'toniiirrv, W lio marry llr-t
Manhood, Wiiniaiilinnd. Plivaleiil deeny. N :io
bonld uiiiri'V. How life and liappiiie.i mav m
lnereeil. Tjin.H married or rniiteinpliit
InarryliiK shnul I read It. ll ouitlil to he ren
V all ndult pernns, then kept under lock a 1 1
ii'V, Popiiliiredltloii,iiincs above, but ia vr
rover and uuu pagei, "4 ceiiti by Inuli, 1 vioiiei
If llii'te le n tnii" In this city with n small capital
to Invc.t. who waul a good, piivimr, stonily busi
ness, I w run II ml s. melhlliK Hint Is generally need,
ed, and which bus proved its II or . not, II) WO Til.
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