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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1882,
Mayor -N. B. Thiatlewnod.
Treasurer T J. Kerlh.
Clerk - Hi nuie. J, holey.
Ciuueior--Wm. II. Ollbort.
Murhl-L. II. M yer.
attorney -William llur.drR k.
HOIHU or AI.UIKMIN.
rirt Ward -Win. McHale.T. M . Kimbrough.
Second Ward -Jesse Hmkle. U . N. Hughe.
Third Ward-B. F, Blake, John Wood.
K.xirth Ward-Cha-loa O. Patler, Adoipu Hwo-
"kI'iIi Ward-T. W. Halllday, Erneat B. I'ottU.
C'rcnit Judgn D. ' Baker.
Circuit Clerk -A. II. Irvln.
( otinty Judge K. S Vikuiii.
t'ounty Clcrk-S. J. Hum hi
County Attorney J M lminron.
County Treasurer Mile W. Parker,
hhrtltf John Hodge.
County Commls!oner-T W. Halllday, J.
tilhba and Peter Saup. "
lAIHO UAITHr. -Cornur renth aiid Poplar
Lin-ttH; preaching first and third Hundaa In
,io month, II a ru. and P. " i I'r' ""'l'"
In, Thursday, 7; tup. in ; Sunday "hool. rm
Key. A. I. HKHS. Paalor.
UU KCH Or" THE RKDKEMKR-Eplacopa'j
U Fourteenth .treet; Sunday 7:i am., Holy
fci.-bmt; : m.. Sunday school ; 1 n .m..
Morning Prayer; " P " Evening Prayera. F.
p v--ii port, 3 T. B. Roc.lor.
i'll:T MISSIONARY BAPTIST ClirRCH.
i' l'r"v hli.g at I" ' a. a... :i p. m., and VW p. m.
. Hlilmil. nrl.ool at ") P- Ul Rev. T. J. Shore,
II I llhltAN Thlrteeuth Itreet; ervhe Sab-
t.nih a. iu ; Sunday acnool i p. m. Rev.
Ku pi', 'l Jr.
Mi lll(rlsr -('or. Klghtb and Wm.otni.rMti,
FremMng Sabhalb ll:(J. m- nd7:W p.m.
sunday M' limil it .coop, in. Rev J. A. Scarrett,
IJKKSUV lKltJAN -Eighth ntrt : preacblult on
S.ihhuh at 11: a m. md 7:S0p. m;pryer
meeting We.1n-dv al 7:H)p. m.; Sunday 8cnul
itH m. Rev B.Y. paator.
ST JOSEPH Snitoiuan Catholic) Comer Croa
ami Wallitit treet; aervtcea Sabbath 10a.
n.; Sunda) School at t p. m.; Veapora Sp m.;iar
riccaeverj day at 8 a. ta. P.ev. O'Uara. I'rleat.
ST I'A THICK'S HKotnan Catholic) Cottar Ninth
a'.ict and WahlngUin aveuoe; ervtcea Hab
oa'b and ID a m.; Vprrt i p. m.; Bnnday Hcbool
t p. m. a -rvkra evry day at 8 a in. Rt. MimWtwd
R. U. TlilK CARD AT CAIBO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TKUS'H PBPAKT. TKAJIt AHKIVI.
Mali S:0Ja.m ItMall 4:ifta.m
arcm'dUon.11:H a m iivrv ll:10.ni
tEipreni J'W p m I AecmndaUoa..4:15 p ro
MISH CENTRAL B. R.
tMa'l 4:amtMall ... .. 5:Wp.m
fExptM 10.15a m I tKxpre" ll:aua.m
ST. L. '. K. R. (Narrow Oaae )
Bij.rfM l:ra.m I Kipm.. ..... 4:3 p. m
Atcom'datlnn. 1 :i p m I Accoia'datotn 12:05 p tn
ST L . I.M AH. R. R.
Epri'M ll:n n I tSipreaa. - S:V p to
rAncom uation. t ; p ro tAccoin dation ll:4ja.m
WABASH. ST. LOI IS PACIFIC R'TCO.
Mail hi.... 4 4vm,MallA El.... 9: P m
Iuily txcrpl Sunday, t Dally.
MOBII.K A OHIO R. R:
Mail AM a. m. I Mail ... . AM . m.
giprusa t:0) a. ra. Expreaa .:V)p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS Rl'N AS FOLLOWS.
Exprrta and Mail Ivpa Cairo, wry day cxr.cpl
Sninlay. at ln:r. a m. Arnt 4 :.'ir p rn.
Ac.omtuo(ati..Qarrlvraatl2:0J p. m. and Ac
part al 1 p. in.
Walnut. St.. near 12th.
SL'MMEKTF.RM, froui July 5, 12 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl ITION FOR TERM
C'ommou School, Academic and Coinmrf lal
HKNltY VIA) Y I), Tpiti'hi'r.
QEOUGE U. LEACH, M. I.
Plivsician and Surgeon.
Special atlmitlon paid to the Horonopnthlc tn'at
tni'nt of aurclcul dlatiaua, and dir-e ie of womun
and rhlldren. ,
offlct: On 14th utroet, oppoalto tho rot Olllto,
pit. V. 0. JOCELYN,
D E NT1ST.
OFFICE BlirhtN Htn"!.. nar ('omit rr lai Avimu
U. E W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornoi No, 13)1 Commercial Avenue, bitweon
BKhth and Klntb Htreeu
PROPRIETOR OP 8PROAT8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE PY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKM
rf)KED FOR 8IIIPPIN0
Oai' Loads a Speeialtv.
o r f i o io t
Cor, Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared from the choicest Fruits, with
out coloring, poisonous oils, acids or artific
ial Essences. Alwnyi uniform in strength,
without any adulterations or impurities.
Hare gained their reputation from their
perfect purity, superior strength and qual
ity. Admitted by all who have used them
as the most delicate, grateful and natural
fluor lor cakes, puddings, creams, etc.
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, IU., and St. Louis, Mo.,
tlM-aof Laralla Tm.I Urmt, llr. frW. Crm Blktat
rsw4r, a4 lr. PriM'i t !(, ttrUmtu
WC MAKE NO SECOND CRADECOODS
Indian Blood Syrup.
J Ilvspt-pfla, I.Ivit Pis.
fHHf. Kfver Hud Ai:wf
lifHs, Nervous Iieliilliy
THJC HKST KKHKI'Y KNOWN 10 MAN !
hvelve Tliousand Bottles
Sold Si'nco mu.
Tli i Svrup poax-MMa varied iropertira ; It finn
ulalca the ptyallni' In the vallva, which convert
the alarch and fuifar of tli fiKid into gliicimi). A
deflclrncy in ptyanne canat-a wind and aoiiriiic ul
the food In the aimnarh . If the nifdicl i jt mud
immediately after eating, the fermentation ol Imd
It hi'Im upon I be I.lver.,
It arts upon the Kiilneja,
It HegulHte the HoMi Is,
It I'uriMex Hie Blood.
ItQuletM the Nervous S) stein,
It rrollioteR lli;estion,
It Noiirihhes, Sireiisillieiia hiiiI Invliforittes,
It Carrlenoll the Old Blood and iniiken New.
It (Ipen." the l'mes o the Skiu niul lmllieea
It tientrslir.ea the hereditary taint, or polann in
tho blood, which irenera'' tcrofula, Ervalpela,
and all manner of sklu Uiaeaaea auij luiernal hn-
There are no atnrli employed In it mannfHctnra
and it ran hewkeu hy tlienioet delicate buhe.or by
the aed and feeble, care only being required In at
tentl, n to direct. ona.
Clalva, Henry County. Ilia.
I waaanfferlnc from KieU lleadHcheand V r.7.-
neaa aothat I could not attend to hit houaehold riu-
tlea, and a abort trial of Dr. Clark Johnaon a Indi
an Blood Syrup cflectuallv cured mn.
.VIKS. IIKLEM KI.HINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalb Co., Ilia.
Thla la to certify that Dr Clnrlc Johnaon'a Indlun
Blood Svrup haa cured mc of 1'uin In the H ii-li. It
la a valnaliie medicine. MRS WOOD.
Centre Hill, Wulto Co., Ark.
Thla la to certify that I wna afflicted with Palpi
tation of tb Heart for many yenra I tried d I tier
tint doctor, whom prearrlptionv tended more to
weaken me than thev did to etrengthen. I a, laat
rea ived to try Dr. ('lark Jobnaon'e Indian Blood
Symp. which proved to be a poal;ive cure not on
ly curing tho Heart Diaeaae, hut aleo a blck Head
aVb which bad been Iroiibllnn me.
I waa afflicted with Ller Complain! and Dyapen
aia and failed U get relier, althongh iikIiil' mtiiil
cinea from our beat doelora I romineuced ualnj
Dr. .lohnaou'i Indian Blood Svnip, and a abort trial
cured me. T. W. RlSlNO. Mollne, HI.
Thla rertlfloa that Dr. Clark Johnaon'a Indian
Blood Symp hn effectually cured me of Dyapepaia.
Too much cannot be aald In liralae of It.
W. H. W1MMEK, Bedford, Mo.
Ateuts wanted for tbu aalu of the Indiuu Blood
Symp in every town or village, In which I have no
auut, Particular", given ou application
DKUOUISTS BELL IT.
iAbratorv T, Woat ad it., N. Y . City.
PENNSYLVANIA Military ACADEMY
I UIAI r.lii in, yi'ni , purlin ni' illull 11, , lilill.
VNew Bulldiuga, Superior accouinindiillona.
Appoiuiniunii couipieio. r.ncuan, uniiigiaiu,
1M..M L.,..!.,.,...l., 7.n.... II.. .......
niuntt complete. K.ngllah, Cnlliglatu,
il, Civil Kngineerliig coiiraea, Degreea
id. Apply to w. P. Hiillldny, En., patron
I., or to COL. TIIKO. HYATT, l'ret.
. linn, ,,,ui,
Iudiaiia Asbury University.
I. College of Llternliirn niul Art,
.('lnaalral and rhlloaopbleal
II. Tbeoliiidr.nl Courae
I not ruction hy Hie pre
Ident and four nrofeaaor.
III. Law C'ourao. IintrHctlou by tbreo profea
IV. Military Department, undercharge of United
V. 1'repiirnlury school, Six aklllful and expert
Tuition free. Ladle and gentlemen admitted.
Lo-allon healthy, Flrat term neglui Sept, Id.
Aiply for calaliigua to
ALEXANDER MARTIN. LL.D.. Prea't.
5 lZ?,-i:L!'S -'
C fTfy Yif5$ jo 2
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CHAS CUNNING-
H:3U I. M AiiguatW, 1.-
I'ork $ lii '.
Oaia W4 ini'J
l J::io I'. M.
Pork I ,r"0
Wheat I ml '.'i'4
Corn 7'i ,
Data il' -'ti'i
I'. M. Cioainu.
Pork W fcJi .'hi
w beat 1 ii", wh
Corn 77 V t'ili
On! a 4 1 4 :n'.
Wheut H W.$l H'Al IS No 1! Red 1 1 ll't
Corn No. 2 ',iVtc.
W. F. LAJtiiinx, riv.jr editor or ,'iik HfLi.Tii
and Btcamhoi' pnaeni"r a nt. Ordura for all
kluiU of ateamboHt Jot) punting solicited. Oitlce
at l'Uutera Hotel, No. W Ohio levee.
blADKS OF T1IK KIVElt.
Tim river markeij Dy tiicgauya hw evea
inr lit 4 o'clock it thiH port l) feet
9 inches anl stationary.
PittsliurK, Au. '.'5 C p. m River 2 fct
7 incht'8 11ml rising.
Cincinnati, Aui;. 25 0 p. m. River 8
feet 9 inches ami lulling.
Louisville," Au,;. 230 p. m. River G
feet 3 iDchea ami rming.
Nashville, Aug, 2" U p.m. River 4 feet
S inches and falling.
St. Louis, Aug. 2 j G p. m. River 11 feet
0 inch3 ami failing.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis is due
In re to-morrow evening. This is her first
trip, and she is as fine as silk.
The John A. Scudder leaves St. Louis for
New Orleans this evening.
The Hudson from St. Louis arrived here
yesterday morning with her guards nearly
dragging the water. She can claim the
'Blue Ribhwn" trip without the fear of con
tradiction so far as the trade she repre
sents for this season. Captain Jno. Griffith
commands this popular craft, and will
leave hero to-night on hia return trip for
St. Louis. See Agent W. F. Lamhdin for
The Cons. Millar from Cincinnati is due
this evening for Memphis. W. F. Lumbdin,
agent, will supply passengers with tickets
at low rates.
In the river column of yeati-rday morn
ing's iMiiie the most egregimn and unpar
donable mistake occurred in reference to
the burial notice of Lem (!ray, when the
word "pa'.l-l'i'i.rerri" should have been used
as per "copy," the compositor who set
it up made it rea 1 "pull horses." We
regtet the mistake very much, thus this
Tho Comtniin wealth, which now repre
sents the place of the Gold Dust in the St.
Louis and Vickohurg trade, arrive 1 here
last evening, lookiu: as well as she did
when first built, if not some bettor. She
has been remolded and improved so much
that her old friend will hardly know.
After receiving a large amount of freight
she departed for Vicksburg at 7 p. in.
Don't you forget the Cms. Millar for
Memphis this evening.
The City of Helena is duo this evening
Irnm St. Louis, and 'a destined for Mem
phis. The Vint Shinkle certainly must have
been tm a terrible spree ns she "tackled
every bar" between Cincinnati and Cairo.
She came down with a big trip, and left
here during tho night lor Memphis.
Hilly Phillips, pilot, brought the Com
monwealth from St. Louis to Cairo, and re
turned last night by ordur of telegram.
Capt. W.C. Tichenor, formerly one i tho
commanders iu tho Memphis and Ohio
River Packet line, has purchased an inter
est in the elegant steamer Will S. Hays,
which will make her debut this fall ns an
independent bout from Cincinnati to New
Orleans. She will be very fast and have
all tho modern improvements. Her state
rooms will have telephone commuuication
with the office. From reports sho will
eclipse all of our western steamers (Anchor
liners included), and for speed will vuiely
take the cake. Wo are pleased to learn
that Capt. Tichenor will command tho
miiL'nilleeiit palace steamer, as ho is tho
right man 111 the right place.
Wo arc iust iu receipt of a letter from
Capt. W. J. Turner who is now at Jell'er
sonville, Ind., where he k having a boat
built for tho Cairo and New Madrid trade
which ho says will be a daisy when com
pleted, which will bo in October.
Skill in the workshop. To do good
work the mechanic must have good health.
If long hours of confinement in closo rooms
have enfeebled his hands or dimmed his
sight, let him nt once, and before somo or
iraulc trouble appears, take plenty of Hop
Hitters, His system will be rejuvenated,
his nerves strengthened, his sight become
clear, sod the whole constitution bo built
up to a higher working condition.
(mo. 111.. Aug. 2oth,1882
Present His Honor Mayor Thistlcwood
and Aldermen Wake, Hiuklo, Kimbrough,
McIIale, Patier and Wood 0. .
Absent Halliday, Hughes, Pettit aud
The mayor stated the object of the meet
ing to bo to hear proposition of John Lock
wool for construction of water works.
The mayor read a proposition of Mr.
Lock wood which was in shape of an ordi
nance. Alderman McIIale moved that the prop
osition be referred to a joint committee
consisting of five aldermen and Gve citizens.
Aldernnn Patier mov'id to a-neii l by
making the committee three of each.
Alilerninn Swoboda appeared in his
Alderman Wood called for ayes and
n iys on question.
Motion carried by the following vote:
Ayes Blake, Hinkle, McIIale, I'atier
and Swoboda 5,
Nays Kimbrough and Wood 2.
Alderman Wood stated his reasons for
voting no, was that he is not in favor of
any modification of plan explained iu or
dinance No. 73.
Mayor appointed as comniittc Aldermen
Blake, Wood and Halliday, and citizens,
not members of th-t city council, M. J.
Howley, E. W. H illiday and L. Pine.
Ou motion of Alderman Patinr, meeting
D. J. Foley, City Clerk.
I ETTER LIST.
LIST OF LETTEHS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOIt IN THE POSTOFFICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1SS2.
liooue, V A
i arest, Liz
Hatchclough, Mollie Hogan, Caroline
Key, Miss Loomis, Julia
Powel, S E
Trusty, Km ma
I ater, John
Woodrulf, W. T.
A rmstrorg, John
Kelly Win Rev
McEwen, W E 3
Murphy, W K
Owens, Austin Capt.
Orm, R J
Trover, A I
Cheat, A. I
Carter, C W
Cabb, V B
Holcomb, A C
Huntley, C C
Morgan, A P
Preston & Co,
Oboyan, John C
Stewart, W F
V aushn, tvl
"Watson, W N
Woodrough & MeParland
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Gko. W. McKkaio. Postmaster.
sr. josEPirs loretto academy
FOUNDED, 1803. CH AKTF.RKD 1801.
This institution, under the direction of
the Sisters of Loretto, is situated in the
most elevated aud healthful locality in the
city ; commanding a view of both the Ohio
and Mississippi rivers. The new building
erected in place of the one lately destroyed
by lit e Is more comuuadious and coin I'm ta
ble than the old one, und the grounds are
more extensive and beautifully shaded.
Parents and guardians nuy be assured that
their children and wards will receive the
most vigilant attention and careful scholas
tic traiuing. The facilities for t lie trans
mission ol pupils to and from this
institution 1110 unsurpassed; via
rivers; the Ohio and Mississippi
the Illinois Central railroad, Wa
IhsIi railroad, St. Louis & Cairo railroad,
and Texas narrow gunge railroad are af
fording a never fulling communication with
the city of Cairo. The usual academic
course of shiddies In taught at
this institution. The scholastic
year is divided into two sessions
of twenty weeks each ; the first opening on
the first Monday in September, tho second
commencing with tho first Monday io
l'bHiai'y and terminating at tho t-x,ir-timi
of thy forty scholastic) weeks.
Terms per session of twenty weeks,
Hoard and Tuition in common brauchus,
f 70. Board and iuition in higher branch
es, 7fl. Musio extra. (Argus copy 2w.
How Spiders Seek the Light.
At the lust meeting of the Aendemy
of Natural Sciences the Rev. Dr. Henry
C. Met '00k reported tho results of ex
periments recently mndo by him on tho
subject of the sensitiveness of spiders
on light. Th brood of young spiders
which he had for some time been study
ing in his library were found to dispose
themselves during the day on linos of
web upon which tho light irnm a win
dow fell with tho mo,-t effect. Ou the
itpproaeh of evening, when the study
lamp was lit. they moved in a bodv t
w.ard its beams, und u hen the position
of the lamp was changed it immediate
ly produced n. corresponding change of
resting plaee in the brood. During his
studies of thi' w inter habits of spiders
lie had recently found adult specimens
of Eifira viihjnris at Atlantic City
which had evidently survived the w inter.
Although thi! sea-011 had advanced
somewhat, there scnied to be very few
young, which might, be due to the fact
that they had been eaten cither by the
old spiders or the .stronger young ones,
as there seemed to be Hit. It scant sup
ply of insect food in the vicinity of the
webs. Ilementioned in this connection
that, although the spiders in his study
had been supplied with water only sineo
their escape from the cocoons, he had
not detected among them the slighte.-l
deposition to cat one another. Prof.
Lewis stated that a saltigrade spider
confined by him in a glass tube was ev
idently iiblc to distinguish the' waving
of a handkerchief at' a distance of six
feet. In connection with the reported
cannibal habits of spiders, the presi
deii stated that the common wheel or
saw hug, , ilvv ii)r Hit'-ius, certain
Iv eats his young. The president also
described colonies of while aphis and
red coccus kept separately as captive
herds by a species of little red ant of
tlie genus lasius.- I'liiliulc'iihiu North
Am rial 11,
Southern boys carried ofif the honors
this year both at West Point and Anna
polis. At the Military Academy, of tho
first four graduates t wo were from Mis
souri and one from Mississippi, and at
the Naval Academy the cadet midship
man w ho graduated at the head of his
class was Mr. Lewis Nixon, of Vir
ginia. Death, according to the physicians, is
generally "us painless as a fall through
air;" but this don't help matters any.
A man falling through air can hardly
bo expected to enjoy the pleasant sen
sation w hen ho don't know where he is
going to strik'j.
J 11 E RIFF'S SALE.
nv virtue 01 an execution laauurt out 01 the clerk
oni-e or tne circuit court or Alexander eonrtv and
a'. tie of Illinois, and to nie directed. H hereby" I am
commanded to make the amoui.t of a certain judg
ment recently obtalued against Byroe K. Blake aud
BenjMiilnK. Parker, iu favor of Singer Manic'actur
in.' Company, oil I of the lun.l, teuenirnt, tiooda
and chattel of aid Hymn F. Blnkeantt Benjamin
h', 1'iirKer, I have levied 011 the following deacrlhed
properly, to wit:
Lot numbered three i.1)ln block tweuty nlne (2!0
lola numti.ired three (H) and four (Ji In block num
bered forty-live (iro an : lot numbered twenty four
(4 1 In block numbered aeveutv-two i7'.')al1 the
above di Tibed lot" are altuated in the city ol Cairo
county of Alexander and atate of llllnoi", a the
j ripe'-tv ol Heiij'iniln r. Parker' and I have aleo
levied upn lot numbered twenty-three ('!3)ln block
diiiu In i-il- - 1 .mhT'.') and loia, thirteen (1H) and
fourteeu ( I t iu 0..11' numbered aventy-one (71) In
the city of Cairo countvof Alexandtr and atato of
Illinois, aa the property of Byron F. Blake.
Therefore, according to aald command, I ahull
expoae for tale at public auction, all tho r ght, title
and interest of the above named Brron F Blake
and Benjamin F. l'aikir. In aud to the above dea
coned proiier'v, at II o'clock a. ui on Tueaday the
Peb day of September ISSjatthe weateny door f
th'-court bouae, In Cairo Alexander county Ultnoia.
Dined at Cairo Illinois thi &!nd d'tr of August
Mi. ' .IOIIN HODWKS,
Sheriff Alexander county, Illinois.
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
K' H'.HW YHOjVT
THREE ."fc&2 STATES.
On and after Monday, .Inly itl. and until further
nolle, '.the ferryboat rhrui) sial tt will run aa near
aa poaalbleou t ie following lime table:
MaVR LIAVia Latvia
Font Fourth at Mlaaouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld g.
- - - -s '
:3'a. m. 7:iii.in. 7:3 a. m.
s IK) ' H:0i) " mm "
Ki::n " ll:no h:i "
4. 'iki p. m. : Kii. in. :Uu . in.
Leave Leave I.eavo
Foot Fourth t. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlaaouri Land's.
4:(iii p, in. 4;:io p. in H:10 p. in.
Ou last n ip leaving Keiitu-kv landing at 4 :)o'clock
p, 111 , Urn li'mt will go o Bird Point, making con
ned Ion with T fc Ml, L paa eager trnln for Cairo.
Flral trip at Il::i0 a. m. Icuvlnj f) tiro. Will connect
with T. A St. I., train leaving Cairo.
frUK HEOL'LAlt CAIRO AND
A DAILY PACKtCT.
II UN It Y K. TAYLOlt Matter
OKO. ,10 UBS.!. Clerk
Leave i'atdiinah for Cairo da'iy (Sundays except
ed) al S a.m. and Mound City all p m. Raturn
Jng, le avns Cairo at 4 p, m. Mound. City at 6p. m.
Malaria is an almost in
describable malady which
not even the most talented
physicians are ablp to fath
om. Its cause is most fre
quently ascribed to local
surroundings, and there is
very little question, but this
opinion is substantiated by
facts. Malaria docs not nec
essarily mean chills and
fever while these troubles
usually accompany it. It
often affects the sufferer with
general lassitude, accom
panied by loss of appetite,
sleeplessness, a tired fcelingf
and a high fever, the per
son afflicted growing weak
er and weaker, loses flesh
day after day, until he be
comes a mere skeleton, a
shadow of his former self.
Malaria once having laid its
hold upon the human frame, the
door of the yitem ii thrown open
to nervous diseiuiM. The body
weak and enfeebled absorbs no
nourishment, hut subiiMlng npon
Itself, the digestive org,in no
longer perforin their functions j
the liver becomes torpid, and other
organi failing to do their routine
work. speedily become disordered,
and dissolution and death are apt
In addition to being a certain cure
for malaria and chills and fever,
Brown's Iron Bitters is highly
recommended for all diseases requir
ing a certain and efficient tonic; es
pecially indigestion, dyspepsia, inter
mittent fevers, want of appetite, loss
of strength, lack of energy, etc.
Enriches the blood, strengthens the
muscles, and gives new life to the
nerves. Acts like a charm on the
digestive organs. It is for sale by
all respectable dealers in medicines,
price, J 1 per bottle
Be sure and get the genuine
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
Take no other.
The agonlea of Billon Colic, tho Inrtlaerlbable
piine of Chronic Indlgi-Mion, the debility and
mental stupor recalling fom a cost he habit, may
be certainly avoided by regulating the ayntem with
that pgreeable and rorroahiug Mandard Prepara
tion, Tarrant's Seltzer Aperit nt.
1'rociirable at nil Druggist-
10 to $20,000
In legitimate Judicious apocnlntlou In Grain, Pro
vision and Stock on our pellected piuu, yields
sure monthlv lirotli to large and atniill Investors.
Addreas fir full particular, R. F. Kendall A Co,
Com'n Merchant, 177 170 La Salle st, Chicago 111
MARRIAGE BUREAU nU'
wishing to form an acquaintance with a view to
marriage, send 8 cent atamp for sealed letter, with
full particulars, to Piper & Brighton, Huston Mast,
R0ARDING & DAY SCHOOL
Fifth year beglu September 4, ISSJ. A first
claa high school; unaociarlau ; strict dlclpllne;
thorough Instruction; graduate atudeut in the
claaaical ana commercial course. Number of
boarder limited. For ealnloguns address
HKN. R. FOSTER, A. M. Principal,
lb I'lihnu streets, St. Louis,
YOITYfl MTcT Il vou want tol earn Telegra
lJUl U 111 IjII t,,y ln r,.w months, and he
certain of a situation, ad. In s Valentine Brothers,
Juiieevllle, vt ia,
CPRI.V(iFIELI) (ILL) BlStNKSS COLLEGE;
"Compluiu actual bnaluess practice, eeud forjour
AKTKR THE FLOOD TUK
FIliK, BUT TH IS FLAU
MORTON. hasopencd again In the Davis building on Sixth
street, with a full stock of
Now Furniture ofall kinds
and I prepared to do
at ro.iaonabla rule .
ItAFFLK; take a chance In
the finest hook ca-o In Um city, or a handsome bed
mom set, or Hue aide board, A Helen now on ex
hibition at hi sales rooms, Will be rallied a soon
a tickets arudlsp acdof. or money will bo returned
til VIC III M A CALL.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIW CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
: I a. I
O. O. P ATI Kit Ac CO..
&r. Nineteenth ilreet) Pjitrn Til
CommarclaUftuoe ltUlAl All
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