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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE U, 163.3,
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r,.., rvt in w&miuterf autis-
factory to Ita wearer in vry way,
or tlio money will lo r tunilod by
Uio person trom whom it was bought.
The only iV.rn.-t pronounce 1 bv our Iwrtlriy j'.'J'J'i''?
not Marion tn cho wm, r.dii.l.till v i'"',"
'""t coiuforublo and l fleet flttlntt Comet ever
B'U " PHlCK8.by Mull rtue VnMi
Uealtk rrcwrrlng. 160. Helf.A4Jii.lln. 1&0
Akdomlaal (eatr. hvy N"r.lng, 60
Uealtk I'rearrvlng (Ho e-mtlll 00. I'arimou
rr uile by leading llvlull 1 ub-r everywhere.
CUICA.GO COllit'i til.. .ucttuu, ii
Hoitetter't Stomach Bluer meets the require
mentaof the rational medical phvi osophy which
at p ei-cut pr tails, it ia perfectly pure reputa
ble remedy, embracing the throe Important prop
erties of a preventive, a tonic and an alterative.
It fortifies the bodv aeait disease. Invigorate.
and revitalizes th torpid stomach nd liver, and
affect a aluuiry chance In the entire tytem.
Fortalebyall Uruinta and Deakre generally.
The Bai aud Worthless
are never imitated and counterfeited. This
is especially true of a family medicine, and
it ia positive proot that the remedy imita
ted ia of the highest value. As soon as it
had been tested and proved by the whole
world that Hop Bitters was the purest, best
and most valuable iauiily medicine on
earth, many imitations sprung up and be
gan to steal the notices iu which the press
and people of the country had exprcsi-ed
tho nw.riu of 11. 11., ami in every way tryini
to induce bulL-riot; iu.iiJ- m
stuff instead, expecting t make money on
the credit and l'io1 timie ot II. B. Many
others btarted nostrums put up in similar
Btylo to H. 1$., with variously devised names
in which the word "Hop" or Hops'' were
used in a way to induce people to believe
they were the same an Hop Bitters. All
euch preten led remedies or cures, no mat
ter what their style or name is. and is
pecially those with the word ''Hop" or
''Hops" in their name or in any way con
nected with them or their name, are imita
tion or counterfeit.?. Beware of thein.
Touch none of them. Use nothing but gen
uine Hop Bitters, with a bunch or cluster
of green Hops on the white label. Trust
notlnutj else. Drusaists and dealers are
warned aiuat dialing in imitations or
m.ni mm mm rfS.JS.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soil and brilliant
Complexion, 110 matter how
poor it may naturally he.
Hawaii's Mairnolia Balm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, Mhicli instantly removes
Freckles, Tan, Redness,
Roughness, Eruptions, Vul
var Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate aud natural are its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
0 lady has the right to
present a dlstlaured face in
society when the Maguolia
Halm is sold by all druggists
for 5 cents.
BEFORE AND AFTER
ElKtr'iC Anpliincoi irt lent on 30 Oiyi' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ 03 OLD,
WHO arf uiri-rlntf from Nanvoin Dciiimty,
l,oi Vitality, If-K or NKiiva Kom I ahii
Tiuot, WAaTlKO WKttHMKIM. and nil thofo i1Iwm
d( I'mniia tn'K rvaiHtinir from Anna and
Ornia ri' Hix-iiIy n-lli-f mid fouiiilelu rtkU
?itinol Hl,T,Vlii.itMl IUnihu'IMU'aHaniickI).
he T(iirtol iliwiiwrv fit Nlix'i''"iith C nnirr.
(radVtonoatur llluatmidt'.uiitililit(i. Ad ireM
voltaic hit to., tummi, MICH.
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AU Communications ihould be addroiHud to
iC. A. UUKNK IT.
Publuuor and Proprietor.
Wrestling With a Carpet.
The neus of some of the most leurned
ind ablo writers of tho igo have been
lirected to showing up tho horrible stif
'ering a man endures putting up stoves,
Itting stove-pipe, and other delightful
ind refreshing household duties, but the
ijrand labor which devolves upon ninny
lieu about this time of tho year, of put
,ing down a carpet has not received tho,
itteution it deserves. If you see a man
ju tho street at this season, with a weary,1
tail, dejected look, on his faee, his bac k
lent forward and weak, his thumbs and
ingers wrapped up in ras saturated iu
irniea.and who walks with an uncertain,
limping halt, like a knee sprung horse,
t is pretty safe to believe that he has
just been through tho aanual free-for-all
wrestling match with a carpet Just at
ihis time this country is fairly swarming
with unfortunate men, who have been
lown on their knees for the first time iu
i year, and who swore moro than they
;an repent of iu a year's time. There is
probably no other household duty that
devolves upon man that he so heartily
despises as that of tying his legs up in a
loublo-bow knot, humping up in u little
wad over a carpet, and striving between
grasps for breath aud muttered impre
cations to hit a little insignitieaut tack
iu the corner of the room. The taek
persists in standing on its head just at
the time when the man plies the hammer
with a frenzied effort, and he stops a
moment to let about four gallons of per
spiration soak out of him. It is worth
double tho price of admission to watch
a man put down a carpet, and men who
are not troubled with such laborious and
beartrendiug duties, have been known
to go more miles to see a man attempt
to "down" a rebellious carpet, than they
would to see the biggest prize fight that
ever was. From the time the victim be
gins to think about his prospective task
ho is mad, and he grows madder, until
the grand tableau that usually takes
place about the time the task is half
finished, and puffing liko a whale, aud
swearing at every jump, ho goes down
town and hires a man to come up and
tackle the carpet. But ho usually com
mences by taking tho carpet in a roll
and throwing it down in the center of
the room, where he stands and glares at
it and swears he will have it down in lif
teen minutes at the outside. He drags
a m.r nf thn garnet. t - ------
of tho room, and puts in tho first tack
"just as easy," and ho keeps on. along
one side of tho room, driving in a tack,
pounding the "mop-boards," and knock
ing his thumb and fingers at every other
rap. Then ho gets madder. Ho pro
ceeds to stand or sit on the very part of
the carpet that ho wants to stretch up
to the side of tho room, aud he pants
like a locomotive, and wears off some
more skin from his hands. His kue.es
get sorer every minute, he gels a crick
in tho back and ho perspires like a tiu
water cooler on a hot summer day.
About this timo he is so mad that it seems
as though ho would burst, and his boots
are full of perspiration, and he makes a
last convulsive effort to lift the edge ol
the carpet up that he is standing on and
hold it in place with his teeth, aud w ith
his head wedged against tho wall he
strikes wildly at where he supposes tho
taek to be, and mashes his thumb Hatter
than tho proceedings of the. star route
trial, ho jumps up with a yell and swears
that is the last time ho will ever touch a
carpet, and goes and hires some one to
do it, just a.s ne always has done before.
There are thousands of men in this coun
try who never will know w hat it is to
labor with a carpet aud staud on their
heads in a hot room for four hours at a
time, but there is a very large class of
deserving men who are compelled to suf
fer at the hands of the treaeherous car
pet, and they aro worthy the warmest
sympathy of their more fortunate fellow
men. I'eck's Sun.
Better Than a Book.
A gentleman from tho East who was
inquiring in a busiuess plaeo on (iris
wold street for u State (ia.ctteer ol
Michigan iu order to look up mime in
formation regarding an interior village
did not succeed in finding such a book,
but the occupant of the ollicu replied:
"Just wait a few miuutcs ami you'll
mL tlin tiifiirmutmn vr.n u-tint n
"Uh, tltin t trouble yourself to send
out for a book."
"That's all ri''ht, sir. I don't know
where I could bonow tho work if I
wanted to, but I have an appointment
at 3 o clock with an aetor who'll tell
you moro about this State than uuy(a
zettcor ever published."
"Yes, sir. He's played ull over tho
State, busted in every town, of S00 in
habitants, and while ho may not he ablo
to give you tho price of lands he'll cer
tainly bo posted on how to stand ol!
landlords and get baek to Ki t roil on
thirty-seven cent' worth of baggage!"
Doing; a Great Heal or Good.
Bumv. of Portland. Mo.,wrltei:
lUNIirs CAUHOLtc HALVB In do'tiir
deal of looi. Hom tit tnv frtnnrt Imvu
Kteatlv beuuOttad by ila no o. I think II la the e.t
. ut .ur uvea, newar or couulurrelta,
. j i. I " i i'ab auila enrea pain .u tnuu
hlffviiiu miu i.... . .....
u vi.ni. ror ua oiicrualiy and internally.
wn. uukkh-h VKUKTAni.K U'lkkM kiVIMM
tloui which cauae them.
i. .? '... IF 0 ?UlNOKH'B UNIMKNT
-m .u,.i. ..uio tur ior nneumallam, Hpralna
Larnent'M and btataaei of the tic alp and or pro'
inmiou i naiaam carta Colda. C'nusli. Rheu
natium, Kidney troubloa, etc. Can be med oxter
van at a yieniur.
A OIEL Of SPIRIT.
A Frenoh Woman-Iasulter Chastised by an
I rocontly heard of an aotlon on tho
Imrt of a young American girl toward a
'ronch womau-iusultor which has tilled
my soul with admiration and delight,
writes Lucy Hooper from Farls. Tho
young lady in question, who Is a refined,
modest, and high-bred young girl, is
staying with sonio mombors of her fam
ily at ono 01 the prominont hotels on
tho Avenuo do l'Opera. As her dress
aud manners aro aliko unobtrusivo, sho
has never hesitated to go out alono when
ever business or inclination impelled
her to do so. Ono would fancy that on
that wide, brilliant avenuo, in broad
daylight, a quiet, modest young ladv.
in this city deemed tho center of tho
world's civilization, would bo perfectly
safe from aunovaneo or molestation of
tiny kind; such, however, was not tho
caso. For a few weeks past, wheuover
sho ventured out alono, sho was toi
lowed and accosted by a stylishly-dressed
individual, about 40 years old. wear
ing the red ribbon of the Legion of Hon
or in his button-hole. This personage
would not only follow her, but wouw
address her iu languago of the fulsome,
complimentary style; would thrust his
head under her bonnot, would go a few
steps in front of her, and would thou
look back and leer at her, and in fact
ho conducted himself in tho maimer
that a well-bred Parisian gentleman us
ually considers uroner to assume when.
ho meets au uuprotected young girl.
This went on some timo to tho iutinito
aunoyauco of the young lady. Her tor
mentor never made his appearanco whea
her brother was withjier, or when there
was a policeman within haiUug cls
tanco on theso occasions ho k-'pt
discreetly out of tho way. Finally, the
other day, tho affair came to a elinax.
Tho young lady was returning t hei
hotel about 3 o'clock in the afterioon,
w hen her persecutor made his appear
ance, and ucgan tormenting her, as us
ual. Tho hunted girl, worried, wear
ied and exasperated, was at last vrought
up to the highest pitch of itdignation
and nervous excitement, dancing to
pass a cab staud, by a sudt'en impulse
sho snatched one of the driver's whips
from iu socket, and, turnirg on her tor
mentor, sho cut him sharply across the
face with the lash. Being taken by sur
prise, he started baek, aud let fall his
hat. As he stooped to pick it up, she
followed up her advantage, rainiigblow
after blow on his head and shoulders, so
stuuning and bewildering hitv that he
was some timo in discovering lis head
gear, every moment of whicfc she cm
ployed to the best advantage. At last,
catching his rescued hat, he fled from
the scene as fast as his legs eiuld carry
him, followed by the laughter aud jeers
of the whole line of cabmen, who heart
ily sympathized with the brave young
heroine of the scene. And so one of the
woman-insulters of Paris has at last met
with his deserts, and that at the hands
of an American girl! I feel inclined to
cry, with the jolly old caiman, when he
received back his useful whip. "Bravo,
Mademoiselle! lhat was well done!
"That Reminds Mo."
Several veara airo Andv caught a
three-pounder, and John grew corres-
rwwwlmtfly frrr-cn wh invy ami staked
tho cigars that he would beat him be'
fore the season was over. Ono dav
John, Andy and Jake were hard at it
on the beautiful banks of the Swatara,
when John observed a big bass jump
from tho water some distance from
shore. Several times tho fish emerged,
and then John resolved to go for the
bass. Taking a boat ho rowed out and
threw a live bait for the bass. Ho
wouldn't strike, and continued to fhp
in a singular fashion, and John cau
tiously rowed up to him, placed both
hands under him. and threw into the
boat not only a seveuteen-inch bass, but
also a ten-inch cattish.
John was exultant, and at once
claimed that Andy's .insignificant three
pounder was cast into the shade by this
double haul. On examination, howev
er, it w as discovered lhat the uass in en
deavoring to swallow the catfish had
been perforated as to his head bv the
spines of the catfish, ono of which pro
truded through his right eye. Andy
and Jake at onco claimed a foul, hold
ing that John had taken advantage of
the bass by approaching him on tho
blunt side, and relused to auow me ci
gars, though the double eaten may have
tslightly exceeded in weight Andy sbass.
Hero's another: Joo McC. was fish
ing at the above placo with a livo frog
for bait. For more than an hour he
waited iu vain for a bite. Fulling up to
oxamiuo his bait he found his line lead
ing to the shore, when to his extreme
surprise and pleasure (?) ho found Mr.
r rug seated calmly on a took oy nissmy
eujoying his otium cum dig. Joe de-
lares that tho batrachum winked at
him with the most consummate impu
dence. While out West I heard tho following
version of the famous crow aud turkey
story. My friend said: 'I was South a
lew years ago, and two of my friends,
named Charley und Henry brothers,
wont out coonuig with a darkey. 1
saw tho darkey afterward and asked him
what success ho had had, and he said:
Yer see, Mars Heury, said we so go
in cahoot. Well, we tot fo1 'coons."
How did you divide?" "Well. Mars
Henry ho takes two, ami Mars Charley
he takes two, an " "What did you
jet?" "Well, 1 don't know." scratch
ing his head; theu brightening up, "I
reckons I gets tho 'cahoot' Forest
This Year's Peach Orop a Fine One.
rinnrrrn M. Slotson. tlm nltnut nnnr'li
M I .............. .II'J IIIUUH, t " " "
packer In the United States, says that
tho peach crop this year will bo large
and ol gooti quality, l'each trees crew
to less extent than usual last year, and
tho sap did not rise to develop tho buds
till tho eold of whiter. Theso are the
most favorable conditions for a good
crop. Thero will not ho quite so much
fruit as last year, but It will bo largot
and liner and will bring tho farmers
moro money than they got for tho large
crop of small,, puny neuehos nvodueod
I-... ... .i a . . . .
mm ne!iwu, miuuiur lavorahlo thing
tho uniformly cold weather of the pres
ent winter, which has kept the sap down
and prevented tho buds from swelling.
They nro now entirely out of daujrer,
and can stand nuy amount of eold thaf
wo cau possibly have, AVw J'orJk Suit
GOAL IN NEW MEH00. ,
Vast Deposits near Albuquerque Walt
, ( ing to he Devulopod.
A letter from Albuquerque, New Mex
ico, says: Thero Is at present in this
thrlrlng town a boom for a narrow
gauge railroad to run Into tho moun
tains on tho northeast of us. Such a
lino would open a vast coal-field ami
helu on wouuerfully tho establishment
and development of manufactures here.
There is coal enough within fifty miles
of Albuquerque, near the ourfaeo of the
ground and easily mined, to supply the
whole of New Mexico for all time to
couio. Thero is, for example, east of
tho city, beginning at the Ortiz moun
tain, some fifty miles northeast, and ex
tending southward to Hell canyon, a
belt of country fifteen miles w ide and
seventy miles long, largely uuderlaid
with lino coal measures. Theso beds
vary in thickness from three to seveu
feet, averaging about four. A seam,
which apparently exteuda under tho Or
tiz niountaiu, has been opened in a
num er of places, and yields good hard
coal. The Tuorto and San Pedro ranges
are tlso underlaid by heavy coal depos
its, ami the same thing is true of other
mountains in this vicinity. At one place
a vein four feet thick and of unknown
width crops out at the baso of a moun
Coal has been found in a number of
placed in Jijeras cam on, ono of the
seams being thirty iuehes thick, while
ia Hell cauyon there are measures six
feet thick. All told, it is estimated that
there are in this immediate neighbor
hood l.W.OdO acres of coal-land on the
east aide of tho river, and from 75.0U0
to 100,000 acres on tho west side. Tho
utilization of this fuel is all that is want
ed to make Albuquerque the great man
ufacturing center of tho far southwest.
These coals aro semi-anthraeito and
bituminous while it is believed that
some pf them are good coking coals.
Until recently, however, tho geologists
have said that none of tho Kooky moun
tain coals could be easily coked," because
of their being deficient in hydrogen and
"containing un excess of oxygen. Tho
coal of this region contains an excessive
amount of water, on account of which
it crumbles readily when exposed to tho
air, so that it is not available fur blast
furnaces. Our coal-beds here form a
detached field of tho great tertiary coal
measures, which cover, altogether, not
less than fifty thousand square miles
along the eastern slopes of the Rocky
mountains. It has been claimed some
times that in order to utilize these coals .
effectively they must first be reduced to
It Is known that supplementing the
coal, both east aud west of Albuquurque,
there tra vast deposits of metallic ores.
Copper predominates, lu many places,
In an area miles in extent, (here crop
out broad leads of this metal, which of
ten reach a thickness of twenty to thirty
feet Gold, silver, iron and lead are
also abundant. These deposits, taken
in connection with coal, assure this
place of a great future.
The edifice in which tho colored
church in Austin, Ark., worshipped,
having recently been invaded by a flood,
tho minister established himself on the
housetop aud his audience attended in
skiffs. By this arrangement the re
guisite the-yuwl-ogv was administered
to the nuuiiug popuUuou vi Austin.
Bay Cn v, Mich., Feb. 3, 1830.
I think it my duty to send you a recui
mend for the benefit of any person vti.-hiiiir
to know whether Hop Bitters arc good or
cot. I know they are good lor general do
bility and indigestion; strenghtcu the ner
vt.us system and make new life. I reciui-
uitud my patients to use them.
I)K. A. Pit ATT.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you distmbedat niht and broken
of your rest by a hick child siilTeiitig and
cr) ing with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeih
iug. Its value is iuciikulable. It will re
lieve tho poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend up"n it, mothers, there is
no mibtuke about it. It cures dysentery und
iliairlKea, regulates the stomach tuid bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, te
duces indiniuiation, and gives tone snd
encryy to the whole syHetu. Mrs. Wi.'is
low's Soothing Syilip forC'hildreu Teethini;
is pleasHUt to the tame, and is the prescrip
lion of one of the oldest and bei-t fi tnale
l y.-itiaiis and uuues in the United States,
ond is for sale by all druugists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
bKK a woman in another column near
Spcer'u Vineyards picking grapes from
which Sp"er's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession., for the Use of invalids weakly
pirsons aad the aud. Sold by druggists.
O. P. Cunningham, Champaign, Id., says :
"I am selling a larye sumuut of Brown's
Iron Bitters, and it fills the bill remarkably
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food kuecessful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores the
sufferer to his former vigor. l. At drug-
To The West.
There aro a number of routes leading to
tho above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louij aud
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from thu Grand Union
Depot, Baint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
wotth, Atchlsou, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs of the very
fit est uiukc are attached to all trams.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
ior Kaunas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cai
!fr,r'iis "nnuect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kaunas aud Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Oveiland train for California.
This line offers to parties euroute to thu
Writ and Northwest, not ouly fast time
aud superior accomodations, but beautiful
sceuery, as It naases tbroUKQ the Quest por
lion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
Hue, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kinnan, F. Chandi.gk,
Ass't Geu'l Pat. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent
PrKTHE GREAT nWl
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backacho, Headache, Toothache,
Wore TliniHt. Mui'lllug. Nirnlna, Uruiara.
in Mi. -ulU. front mint.
AMI Al l, llllll II lllillll.Y I IISS AMI AI IIKH.
Sold ljr DrungLt tii. I li.-mi-i. tMiw-vwIti-re. f ifijr Ct-ula Mils.
llrivi..,i li, H l.Kiiimci-i.
Till-. 4 II II I.I 4 . V (11.1 I I I! O
UuMwnii. A. uuu.Llt (.vi tulllnun. Hit.. I S. A
' ' OS?'
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'9
a PolUve fare
Far all tkoae Talnful Complaint and Wrakacaaea
ooiajaoa to our lrl female papaUUM.
i Bpillclne for Woman. Invented by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
IU CrMlMl Uriiitl DUfurrj Sim tk Dta at UIMorj.
tVIt ri'Tlroa the drooping tpuiu, lmltf'irat.i oi
Wiuouibfl U.0 orifiuik (unctlom, glvet clutlrity amj
Irauira to tho ttt p. iw'.oriw the- natural luntra ta '4
(je, and iUut on llu pide eh k uf wonun tlie (ru.
ro ut lin'i Hprtii,' j l early iuuimcr time.
tr7Ph)iic!ani Use It and Preicribe It Freely 5
It remoTet ralntui'a. ft.itul ncj, dwtrfiji allcrarln
tor iti nu!nt, mil rcllOTm wi-kn. l of tb Itoinach.
Tani fiiUriir ot bearing down, caudn( Iln, wel,'l.
i.l I k:u:Lu, la !way nrni uicuUj carod bj IU un
t ar tb fur f Wldarr Compllaltf cllkr ttt
tbU Campauad I urpcL
ITDHF. PIMTIUM ntOOD PrKIFIPIt
will ir.till'at rvtrji lllr i f llimTt lr..m 11.4
Blood, and irtve t'nn 9nd itn-nK-tli to tUe njaU'ia, it
luaawuiuaaurvioiii. In. tut uu baling It,
B -lb the Contpixindand Ulood Pnriflran prrparr t
at 233 anj Ki Wait, rn Arenac, Ljr.a, Hn.w. lYlceit
eltb.r, $1. Sliliolil.for t 8iit tjr mail la tb f.mi
of pill, or of l jvwi' on rw Ipt tf prlra, l per b-
for e:ilwr. Mn. I'lnVhim f ru.-lr aimwen all I' Uora of
U14UI17. Euoloio Jl-U rtain. S. cd (or pun pU. t
fn fimllr -houM wiTlwut tTMIA t PINKHAIH
UVF.B I'lT.LS. Th. T fire i-.iW.iilon, UiUuttjin.
aud turpldil uf tlie Urer. lHwnU por boi.
jr-Sold br nlllrumilnu.-a 0)
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Hndournthtr .lrv tn OnU
TKnir Hni Iiu,ntlc A cpll
nor.i had GnnnnU mf
it y. FHrilyslt. HntumHtuin
ut VUnl fcnfT, Ovrv(irK-
ronii'liilntH, kq'I ftreitdHfU
to EiTitfH Sri. It
Try Inttut tin
othr, m they
(0tUT'jf Iff O-
'icid. CAMtlDM DO
mrvm, nnr Irrtu
ttoa nftha ikln
rnn t worn ut
work u !! At
rwt tftjty notice
nhln to wtmrof,
nUi((4 of All
U of UtQHiit. Tu p4 for MEN ONLY ut nor rrb
th ut uf dlh.iM', tm Ihff iwt dirwt hoq NunrooiH
MqM'uUr, antt (infti (ntrn. ttwdi!r riitoring
tb Titiilily-whU b l Hw-i rli-it)-lr.m-4 fromtbirr
tm by er4t or iDclturrftionii. they thu In n onturnl
way orH-rnmo Hip wnakfifHA with nut dniinK tti utom
ach. Thry wtli cum vnry cai uhort of utrtirturtil d
gflnnriitttm, and wj are rHpjird to furnlnh tbi mcrt
am.b:itic nnd ftbolnf to auflrt onr ctfilrat.
IlluMtraU'd Frttui'iilwt Free. or nt awilrd for Co KMtatre.
Ccaoultatica I AMERICAN GALVANIC OO.
Tm U iDTitel f 3 1 2 N. 0th St., St. Lou it, M-
Dr. J. U. SCUl:::Ci; i.a-i Ju,it prUiafiod a book on
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
vtocta If r.fft m I'll !C . vvli d.U all anilliniita.
It cillUltlrt i"i'oj(,v,.- '.rr'litifi (ur;U wbfiil.ni.iJ
tli'Miip.-W' " Btl'.ii-ti -l v iih.rr ..-ole to r.iy din'mo-of
tliethriintor nvr. vMr-.t ttiiH nor. Addriw
Dr. J. II. HC.II.NCi: .1 OS. 1'hllHilrliihlu.l'a.
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CHAPEL OflCAN. t:0.
PtckiJi 'tm It Co., 1J
Writ llth fit. N. Y.
Bbop on Balllday Avnnnn, hclwenn ourtb and
, ttllth Utrueta, Cairo, llliuuli.
tja-All kind ni l (!ht nnd heavf bUokatnllhlna,
wairon and carrlaK work dona In the wort wot k
itianllke manner. Ilnrne-aboolUR a tutwinlty nnd
a atifactlon (nnrnuUcd.
I gey fsssf
LLINOI8 CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis aud Ckicago.
Tho Only Lino Runniue,
O DAILY TltAINd
Making Diukct Connkoxion
TRAIN! Liati Caiho:
:Oii a in. MhII,
trrlvlLijln .Lnul V, a.m.; ( bitatm.il.-sop.ni,.
CoLUoti k at Odin and tffnj'bam for C'lnctu
sail, L lavtlle, Itdlaiiatjuiia and h1Mi Kaat.
11:1 H.Tii. Ht. IjOuIm hrul Vtem
rrlvlnl! in St. Louie ";0i p, 10., aud eonnoctln!
for all pomta VS'eat.
.l:SO p.m. l'iitt l;xir9MH.
F irSt. Linilf and l lilcano. arrlviun at lit. Louie
Ul.40 p.m., and Cbtcao 7 ;i!u a in
H.lttO inn. finfinnhl I h)j.,vmn.
VtrWlug at t'luclunatl 7:U a.m.; I.ounvlll 0:M
am. i Indiaiiai.olla i (6 a.m. l-ctt-ura b
tbia train reach tb. abio point 1 U to ;io
UuL'hb In advance ot anj? other route.
-LtKI'lNb t'AK Cairo to Ciucli iia.ll, t;bont
:heBtfee, and IbroiiKb alot-pvre to bt lonl and
Fast Timo Last.
Pll CitWTl OWTM J? tljl1 "n" KflbroU(;b to i-aat.
i U3nciirVlS em polnta wttUoat thy delay
-auaed bv bnnday InterTi-nlnt!. The 1-aturdaT after
.ioon train from Cairo arrlvr In new York Monday
noinlug at V:.&. Tllrty n!i lour In advanced
n- oiln-r route.
IVKor tbrot.i;h tlrkf tt and furthHr Infiirmatlon,
lply at Illinois tvntral Ifa'ir'md I'i joi. Cairo.
J. H. JOSEb.Tlckft Airent.
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Ati.akta, ., April 17. ItKl '
In l'S I wontlio vu tlm 1 f ti rr'lne itloml Pul.i
and hlti-c IkIhc tnaled by ilirm' Pliyli Inw co1
Biii'il lo my bed, tint alilo to rantx my hanuton
he .it-aplttirie op rlota of blond, and rertuvi'd .
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Idly. When I had tukuii tmlvu bottle I felt
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