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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNlNtf, DECEMBER l,
1) say that malaria is mUchie
is to put it very mildlv. It is
at and more. It is cunniner.
tful, treacherous, slv. and un-
hnded. It does its work in the
and in auch a slv wav that
h of the mischief is done before
lliscovered. It saps the found-
sola healthy system. It robs
lood of its vitality .demoralizes
iver, confounds the stomach,
nakes the victim wish he were
B crave. It is sad to see neonle
rwn in their misery, content to
ie vicums oi miscnievous mai
and thinking that nothing can
me lor them. 1 he power of
vn's Iron Bitter over the
liefs of malaria has been so
y proved that there is no rea-
k hy anybody who can procure
the oi this rnnce of Ionics
suffer. Great is thcoower of
4a, and great are it disastrous
s. But greater lar is the benefi
influence of Meows' Iron Bit
The preparation of iron in this
It family remedy can be taken
fin ruining the teeth or producing
pationand headache, i
V, Without Medicine.
J i"ovory f r supplying Magnetltm to
to My eio Electricity end Meguelltm
bunafac befurefor Healing the feick.
MAG5ST0N APPLIANCE CO.'S
arnetic Kidney Belt!
FOR MKN IB
RANTED TO CURE
dd ibe following die.e wtibou'.med-
IKS II THI BACK, MM, KliDIIH LUUfl,
hEBIUTr. LUXBAQQ. 0 XIRIL DEB MTT,
klM. FtBALralS, KIlBAMtU, BCUTIA,
f THI BIDBIT-. II'INAL DISKASI, TOkTID
mt, Seminal KmlM.oui, impoiency,
let t Lli-ono, Dy.pepa.a, Constipation.
Inltgettion. lli rait or Rupture, Ctt
i, fcpllp", umb Ague, etc.
;iy debllltv of the (jKNKKATlV't OB
:'ir. Lotl Vita' Ity, Lack of Nerve K-.rce
, letting va .kurss, and tl thou.' Die-i-e'ioail
nt ure, irom whatever eaute.
lout tt'm of m iisootlun perms it nz
a part, mutt n-Binre them to t healthy
burn 1 no mistake about tali App f
or toe -sine k ing of Ue Womb.
bit. Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
mb, Incidental Hemi.rrhtge or Flooding,
jppreMea tad Irrepaltr Menttrtiet'on,
, tnd Change of Life, tblt l tht Bdtt
! tod Curtt:vu Arant known.
kirmi of Kemnie Di 8caitle 1' It aoor-
tnvtblnz oefore Invented, bath tt t
Lent tod tt toarct of power tud vital-
fitter Bol with Magnetic Intuit, f PJ,
pre-t U O. U. taa evaluation el
y mall on receipt of price la ordering
ureolwaltt Bad tue of that Remit
to uiide In currency, tool la Idler kt
gnetle Garment art adapted to Bit tget,
over tbe unicrciotnini (ut ueii to me
.he many Otlnl'; end Riect'lc Hum
rtlt d to oitinlve!v), tad thouid b
tt a ghl. They bold tbetr POVYSK
It. tad tre worn tt til teons of tu
imp for the "!ew Departure In Medical
ftlboit Me-llciut," wilu tboaanls of
MAGNETON AFPMA5JR CO.,
fHHttte Street, Chicago, III.
Head one dol.tr la pot'te Bttnpt or
in leitur Bt oar rink) wlti tlze ol shoe
irn.andtrya ptlr of our Magnetic In
boronrincod of the power retldlan la
M.'netlc Applllicei. I'mltitelr no
benthej ire worn, or money refunded.
orrics: 90. T8 OHIO utkk.
OFFICIAL FAPBB OF ALRXAMDSB 00UHTT.
CNTKBEU AT THB CAIRO FOBTOFFIOK FOB
, TBAH8MU8IOH THBOCQB TBI HAIW AT
BCOUD CLAM BATES.
Tbij el-int drettinj
SHsCj it prtierml bf those
ankle, on to
I oant of tit eupoior
It CDnUuiiB rattrrult
only that are beneficial
to the tcalp and hair
lru thiYMthtuI Color to Brey or rated Rilr
Wl Hair P.iliam U finely perfumed and It
nted to prevent Ulung of the hair and lo re
dandruff tiid itchinj. HlKOX 4 C -t W'V.
Buoerlitlvt Health lid Strength Rettonr.
I . i r .... 1.1.
t ork. or a mother run down by family or houae '
Uutitttry Parker 'tGwoit Tonic.
V ou are a lawyer, minuter or buttoeti man ea
td by menui strain or an noun caret, ao nac bum
caungttiniuiant3,DUiuse rarxer iuiujct ihh
ou have Contumption, Pyipepiia, Khurat
Sidney Com plainu, or any diiorderof the lungt,
ich. bowelt, blood or peret.PAVK't GmcBi
ic will cure tou. ItntheGreaieM Blood Punfter
kka Bii and Sorttt Caaah Curl Ever dud.
Irou are wuunK away from age, diuipation or
lisease or weakneat tna requite B ttimintni nun
ii Tonic at once ! it will tnvigonu and build
in from the firtt dote but will never intoncatt.
lared hundred! of livet ; it may aave youra.
krrms iR.hu l ntatiutM. rwker'i QlamToale tl
fmi ol tat mI mMditl ipou In tat wofld. ud haatlniy
Dt Irrxa mjnlMI 01 rnf er taoot. hh lor nwa m
k Can N. T. toe. B i , atawrt ia arafi- l
GRtiT litVNJ ICTISO DOIXABjaK. ' I
rii-h and lasunir fr.iirranc hat made thia
Lrhiftil perfume exceedingly popular. Ther
otning iiteu. iniuiupoa u'u. iww
Ury bottle. Any enottt or dttlar la parnuiiia
Lesplyyo, ft uid It ctni ttftt.
I UBQC I AVINO BUT1N0 Me. 8IZS.
. .! 'rf i t f- ul! .
The Miuiuippi river improvement
committee met at St. Louis this week and
adopted a call for a convention for the im
provemont f the MUditiaippi fiver and lti
nivigible tributariei, to be held ia Wain
iogtoo, D. C; Feb. 5, 1884. The call iiad
drewed to the people of the Miasiseippi
Valley and to tboae communitiei which are
in hearty lympathy with the object to be
attnined: "In viow of the magnitude ot
the interest involved aud the remits to be
accomplished we cordially and earnestly in
vite the 'commercial bodies of the valley and
all those ssciiima ot ouroommag country io
tereited in the question of cheap trantpor
tation to send delegates to the convention,
It is all important that those who are aent
as delegates ihould fully comprehend the
necessity of this action and poaaei ability to
represeut the great interests at stake. The
basis of representation in the convention
will be as follows: Ten delegatcs-at-large
from each state and five from each territory
to be appointed by tbe governor from com
mercial bodies, etch 100 members of said
bodies to be entitled to at least five dele
gates; irom each corporate city, where no
exchange exists, three delegite to be ap
pointed by (be mayor,' . The president and
vice-president of -the United States, the
members of tbe cabinet, the senator! and
representative! in congress and the gover
nor! of the it 4 tea and territories are invited
as guests of the convention, aad will be as
signed seats on the floor during tbe de
liberations. , .
As was foreshadowed in yesterday's
Buixsxix, the strike" .ofj the engineers and
firemen on the Tens cV St. Louis road did
not change at all in its attitude during the
night, nor had it done so last night. The
pay-master here bad only tbe September
pay-roll, aad started to payoff the em
ployes of the road here for that month. But
when yesterday morning the pay car was to
start dowi the road from Bird's Point,
none of tbe engineers or firemen could be
induced to take tbe engine. An engineer
brought op from New Madrid to take
charge of the engine, upon learning that
the matters at issue between the Brother
hood of Locomotive Eagineeri and the rail
road company had not teen adjusted, also
raftissd to eo oat, and the paymaster was
compelled tor postpone the -start again
Trains have not been running on tbe road
since Tuesday, and passengers have been
dailv turned over to the Iron Mountain
road,- The folding stock of tbe company ii
distributed along toe line, mostly on tne
other end. There ii only one engine here,
which is to take put tbe pay car. It is evi
dent that the company Is completely at the
mercy of .thq "Brotherhood" and must c
cede to its uemands before traffic of any
kind can be , resumed. Yesterday closed
the third month for which the company ii
in arrears to ' its employes. - Repeated de
mands fort settlement have boon mat with
promise wmco were oruier. toe diviu
erhood" asks payment tr two months im
mediately, and; tbe company has promised
payment for one month on the down trip of
the pay car and for the second on the re
turn trip; but a similar promise was mide
before and was not fulfilled, hence tbe
V Brotherhood" djelpeB to agree to iW, The
demand of the fBrathhood!! ji very reas
onable, and will doubtless be met as soon
as the company can gejt- the money, which
LIST Or LXTTKKS BUtAIXIMO CKCAiLBD
FOB IS TUB POSTOrPICB AT CAIRO, ILL.,
IATURDAT, DEOIkf BIB 1, 1888.
LADIES' LIST. '"
Bailie Anderson, Liwie Arnold, Julia An
derson, Belea Ager," Mrs, Dings, Kite
Berens, Nettie Buckner, Bey Covington,
Mattie Conor, Jane Clark, Jutie Ann Con
nor, Josepbean Cooper, Ella Campbell,
Fannie Darves, Nellie Quinn, Jane Gomgs,
Emma Guncber, Elizabeth Giving!, Melin
da Howard, Mary Humphrey!, Edmond
Hatchet, Nancy Tanel, Sarah Johnson,
Mary Johnson, Jane Johnson, Annie E
King, Mary Lawler, Lucinda Locker, Julia
isomer, Y Little, Bell Lane, Percille
Mathews, Jenney Morgan, Zue Roxwsll,
JIary A Ryan, Ploy Raid, Annoy Robinson,
Cousine Stait, Susan Shores, Bailie Sulli
van, Rose Stanley, Emlay E Sean, Carrie
Steadier, Johanna Sullivan, Amelia Smith,
Rosilee Tylor, Susan Thorton, Sallie Taylor.
Sarah Turner, H M Weob.
T" OBNTS LIST.
J L Abernathy, M Barr, L A Brotee, J
K Cole, Daniel L Carnes, L E Davis, Geo
Dots, E Donoghoe, F A Fisher, Hores
Greebley, Charles Gartner, Adin W Garnet,
David Huston, W H Hotchkisi, P W Hares,
R G Hollace, Charles Hurd, E L Hamelton,
A S Eelley, John Little,' E J Louther (J),
Sam H McFinn, Nathan, Moll, James Ma
hanney, James Milner, Issh Murphy, 0 M
Mahew, Charles Matbew, Clarance McClel-
on, Sam Newcum, R B Phillips, Charles L
nters, Weldon Riddle, Jno Reynolds, John
Richmondson, J W Russell, H F Rutber
jrd, D S Robertaon, W W Stevenson, T M
Sugrur (8), Sohn Sullwan, J W Smith, Carl
Sckmadt, All Scott, A Sanford. John Ting,
K Tyler, J H Watkins (2), Edmon Wil
liams, E E Williamson (2).
Per ions calling for the above name must
VYm. M. Mckpbt, Post mister.
W. P. uihbdii. nrer edti-jrol bi Bcllbtii
nd ateamboat Duaener airbnL Orders for all
klndtof ttetmbott Job printlm tollclted. Office
tl Bower'i Sargpetn Motel. No. 7! Ublo lefee.
Iblt poroai plwtar lj
tttBooe fop tta qviok
and baaty action tn
onrlnf Laaie Back,
..n. KAm nr (tin. Msuralsia. BtlST Jolnta
iwrauu tha narta.' Iba tlrtoeB-e hO. V
- . 1 .nMA
. lntlona BB&BlTtB, . Prtt IS OJBBaoBof
dcBtrir s a niiiaiii i
lebefttamlly pUl mM-iV atonrh 4
will probably not IVlohg.
.... ' n
ItiTblackmah & CO.,
Bif Rapids, Mich ," ",'
lanafKtoreri and General Pealirs la
ber, Lath and Shingles
AT WHOLESALE. , '
from the Saw
le lltta tssnod, but will be pleased to qoota
srala or LUmnur, civ.
d prtcei ou any
the T.mnTH n fivnoN." '
The perfectioii: JtAwhich the aclenco.of
tage mechanism and .elegant - realiatic
scenery bas Deed; orougnt, is amply exem
plified in thuvarious beautiful pictures
shown by the Ligbtiro! Loodoa com bins
tion, now entertaining delighted audieqtjes
at the Opera Hiujiei-
Theraare scenes of -various interesting
portions of London which, with the assist
auoe of beautiful tint! cast by the calcium
lights, ars wonderfully true to.natuis and
partakes more of .beautiful.) oil painting
than actual wings, flys anicanvu. . :
The moonlight views; borough or mar-
J ket spacen especially , the London'
bridge ipeotacie, mowing tne rwer aou
f-btiadopeniugs beneath tbe structure, and
till siirtliog jump of the two men into tho
wateris so atartlingly realistic aa to bring
forth the most hearty and spontaneous ap
plause i rfinrn s'tri. r,:i-'
, -,Tbe acting throughout the drama ii good
far above the average," aeveral in thecal
exhibiting talent of a high' order, in whose
handi the most difficult interpretations are
handled gracefully and with a thorough
knowledge of what ii lequired. (t t
..ifbe drama Itself u full of deep-laid plot,
easily traced, and replete with thrilling
scenes and adventures. t i "
Tbe dialogue Js clear and pure, and tha
moral ot the story ia good and elevating,
: We do not hesitate to recommend this
combination to those wishing to enjoy at
A Good Enough Thing, ; ', ..' u K
"Father," lio said, as tha two stood
on Jefferson avenue looking1 around,'
"that ia the Board; of Trade building
over there." , '
"Yes, ye I suo; good big place to
trade in. : :: '.
"Tiiat's whom tiwy spoctilate."
"They tlo, eh?"
"Yvi", if you wore to jive me $1,000
in cash IM go ot?r there and buy wheat
at 05, wnit a fi-w days and sell for a
dollar, and dindo tho profit with
you." ) 1 - -
"I declar'!" atid tho old man as he
iTnchrd intohiapot'kor.' '
"It's an ensy way to make monev.
"Yi.'s. J:imes, k looUs that ray,-- but
after nil I don't aa it b-au plattin'
six acres of gmifid wuth ,15 an aero
inlu a Luiym' gifinnd of in) lots at 5
a lou (iiit'ss wad bettor stick to our
graveyard." - Diruit Free Pres. - '
- ' . :
Strength fot Mind and Body,
There is more s, renfrtb restoring power
in a bottle of Parkir's Ginger Tonic than in
a bushel ot malt or a gallon oi Milk. This
explains why invalids find it such a won
derful lnvigorant t"r mind and body: 1 -
A Druggist's Story. ,
Mr. Taaa f!. rhaaman. DniffirlBt. Wawbar. S.
T., wrttetot: "I bt for the ptet ton Var told
trretl groit of DB. WM. KALL'H BiLSAM FOB
THBLITN08. Icanrtr of It what 1 canaot iit
of tnr other mtdlftnt. I litre never neatd Btat-
uimer apea 01 It oai i prsim lie jiijraia mi
- . , ntrs t ciAiuj uiouuTTs, iv in
er4t many oatat of Whoop in Coach witk tk.
happiest effects. I hBfe OMd it In mr own famtlj
for m.irjj ye rt. in fact slvravs btve s bottle in tie
medicine eloiet retdr for oae."
Henry's Carbolic Salve
Is tha BEST SALVB for CnU, Brnlew, m.
trkeri, Htlt Rbentn. Tetter, bhtpped Htndt, Cbll
b'.Bina, Conn, aud all kinds of 8kln Brnption,
Frrckletand Pimplet. Gat Hf SRY'8 CARBOLIC
8ALVB, tt t l others are coanterfeltt. PrUttR
NO. U9 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Emory'. Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
STaOES OF THI BIVEB.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. oi. 23 feet 2 inch aod rising.
Chattanooga, Nov. 80. Rivera feet 10
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 80. River 90 feet 8 in
ches and falling.
Louiaville, Nov. 80. River 9 feet 1
inch and stationary.
Nashville, Nov. 80. River 18 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Pittsburg, Nov. 80. River 5 feet 6 in
ches and falling.
St. Louis, Nov. 80. River 10 feet 6 in
ches and stationary.
The Hudson is due for St. Louis this
The Golden Crown from New Orleans
passed up yesterday morning for Cincinnsti
at 8 o'clock. She bad tbe largest trip up
stream for Ciucinnati that bas passed up
the Ohio for years.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg,
about two and a half days -behind time,
passed up for St. Louis last evening.
The officers of the Golden Crown stated
that they bad laid up five nights on their
trip from New Orleans, which accounts for
Tbe Guiding Star, with a big trip, passed
up for Cincinnati last night.
The City of St. Louis left last night for
The Paris C. Brown from Cincinnati is
due to-day for New Orleans.
1 ;Tbe Cons. Millar is the regular packet
for Memphis to-night.
- Tbe reporter of the News at Paducah
gets after us in the following rough style
for some bad grammar in our river column,
and attributes it all to crooking our elbow
too often, "which is understood among pro
fessionals." We admit thitt our grammar
is not thoroughly correct, but because tbe
News' writer is fond of "smiling too often,"
he bas tbe audacity to charge our slaughter
of English to John Barleycorn. Thii is
amusingly diverting. Tbe idea of accusing
us of drinking I tiowver, Upham, you are
excusable, for your mistakes are all attrib
utable to old John Barleycorn.
The Tboa. Sherlock from New Orleans ia
due up Mjtpdsy for Cincinnati.
. Tbe City ot Helena from St. Louis passed
down last night fur Vicksburg.
. Tbe Gus Fowler arrived here on time
yesterday and brought down about 100 of
raducab's amusement-loviog people to see
the''ights o' London." ' "
' Tho Ella Eimbrough is dun this evening
and returns Monday at 4 p. m. for Osceola.
The Centennial, leaves bt. Louis tail
evening for New Orleans. , ;
Tho City of Providence is due to-night
for St. Louis. : ; i.l
,We , were reliably informed yesterday
tbit Mr. Robert Jones, rho ia in charge of
the Illinois Central wharf-boat, has been
appointed freight agent of the Southern
Transportation line of steamer!, in place ot
Capt. W. P. Wright, who ' reiigns, a! he
will shortly leave Cairo for California with
his family. He will make California bfa
adopted home in the future. Capt. Wright
has made one of the beat agents tb at the
line ever had, and we hope that Bob may
provo equally as good, which we have no
doubt he will, aa he is a young man of ex
cellent business ' qualifications and well
known among river men.
In the Hop Plaster are united Fresh
Hops, Gums and Balsams, and its power is
wonderful in curing Back Ache, Sprains,
Bruises, Neuralgia, Fain in the Side or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands tesitfy to
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! Ifsuv
lend at once and get a bottle of Mn. Wics-
low s Soothing Byrup for uhudremeeffl
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there-is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery aid
diarrhoea, regulates tbe stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, aoftena tbe guma re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mri. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurse in l - United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tbe world. Price 25 cents a bottle. '
jlliffbVt Market Trices Paid for
Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Liidwig &d Co.
Never Give Dp.
It' you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak, constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in tbe praise of Electric Bitters. 8ol'd at
fifty cent! a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
For seven years Allen's Brain Food baa
stood tbe strongest testa as to its merits in
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility and
restoring lost powers to the weakened Gen-
ative System, and, in no instance, bas it
ever failed; tost it. $1; 6 for i-V At
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs aud
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of tbe large size. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, weTe
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Barclay
Broa' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
None But First Class Goods. "
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Sbcrlkt & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty ot fine goods, and if you need
anything in Watche, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send toShurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. They are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. 8mith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. , Goods
sent on approval, with privileg-- of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing nt
home. Rememler, Shurley Sc C 7T State
8treet, Chicng, 111. Sknd fokthkir hew
AMD BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGir.
Cleahuneb! and purity make Patker'a
Hair Balsam tbu favorite for restoring the
youthful color to gray hair.
To The West.
There are a number ot mutes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but tha direct
and reliable route ia via Saint ' Louis aud
over tho Missouri ; Pacific Railway.1 Two
trains daily are run from tha Grand Union
Depot, S lot Louis to Kansas City, Leaver
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha. .
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of tbe very
ficest me are attached to all trains. '
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia ctnect with, express trains of all
lines, i ' . . , .
At Atchison, connection Is made with
express traia for Kansas and Nebraska
points. i i .
At Omaha, connection ia made with the
Overland trait for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not onlj fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passea through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Bend for
illustrated maps, . pamphlets, &c, of thii
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kikkax, F. Chakdmb, '
Asa't Gen'l Pans. Agent. Genl Pan Agent
A iut-ilul ireuurailuu ooui-
boaed mostly ol Essential Oils
he most wnp',rtuiK ununom
itnmvn. tta eoncentrara thtt
" a Bin-rare will Penetrate to tne vr aonn,
land almost Instantly Mmbtw sAIN! It wilt sot Soil Clothirnr
r-rtas - - ' - i ij
i x t i ai a. i a rw it
n ir Bwan ' . bbmi
iriw dbops appuea
land almost Instant
.J I 4V BbU A. ji ..1.1. rt . frMjri . It
haa go equal lor the Onrft Rhnmfltlrn. Sprains. Brnlw.
IStUT Joints, Neuralgia Lame Back, Cramps, Tooth-Acho.
Hon Anroat, route an ue lm unuauj nan. ui mu .j
ana is eauai v fmracions wr ui imiuu iu iue Dwmano aui'i .ouwe.
renutrtna a, uowariul diflualva stimulant. See MerrHi' Ai-nnntie.
Ask your Druggist lor U. rrlceoOcuperoottiB
ll'repared only by JACOB 8. MXRRXLL,
Wboleaala Druairlat. ' 8T. LOUIB, MO
No Longer Needed.
The old faihloned, flow-acting pi altera "mut
a." Bvbbod'b Capalae foroaa Plaaiera art tbe
IfATJTK atbeticii, (4 design). Bnmetbliig
JCLlXUO ,ood. Msllad on receipt of 6 cent
In Btamps. IIKAKNK tt UP., P.O. box I 87, K.Y.
ANTKD-Ladma aod 7011011 aien wUlilDg to
earn 91 to 3 every dar quietly at tbalr humt-s:
worV furolabed; sent by mall; no cnaatDe: no
stamp required for rrply. rieasa address bDW.
F. UAVlb & CO., SS south Main Hi., Fall, Hlver,
Ely's Cream ; JBabii,
Cream Balm has trained an eorlablo reimtaUon
whrTer known ; dllaclng all oiber preparation.
8o4 for circular containing fall Inform lion an J
raliabls testimonials. By mall, prepaiu, 90 ceoir- a
packai; tampB -rBoelved. hold by all wbolecale
and retail drmrirtsta. LY't CKKAM BALM CO.,
Oweo, New Y irk.
Burn. SOc, Byron. N)c., Mrs.
Browning. E3c, Campbell. 40c.,
Chancer, 60c., Dunla. iOc Drydaa
50c., OoBtba. Me., Ooldsmltb. t c, Hamana, 6 ,
mad and Odyey, 70c , nooa. nic., inueij-v. ouc,
Keats, 4ie., ilecdab, 50., Milton, SOo., Moore,
SOe.. Pona SOc.. Poe. 40c . Schiller. auc hcolt, SOc
Tnnnyaoa, 80c, Virgil, aAc., and ottiera. Finecloth
DinauiR. nuni lor imiuB iun orjr ijuicut
on erlaenee of good faith. Cetaloeue free NOT
sold by rlea era. dun; a. ALUuy, raousner,
18 V-y at.. Sew York.
lalll 15411 1 li I BHIJ-
FREE!! , FREE!!!
Sanson's New tf rrtptlve Catalogue and
Price List of '
1 fcccnery (paper)
j s Kpeaker, 11 ' 9 ' ;
t - Kthlo' Un Prams, ' -'
: Tableanz Lights,
I Colored Fire,
.; ' Pantomime,
, 1 Burnt Unik, 1
Board, Ac, c.
Iu fact,' every thine for Amateur Theatrical. ,
i SAMt'BI. KI ESPU & SON',
8 tt. 14th st , New York.
of tha wont kind and ot looc .
f&ir.ta In Tta Aqac. that I will land TWO BOTTL
tffeBK. tmratnar with a VALXIABLK TRKAT:
thia Himam. tn n mffM. .iva miiim am
a4dia. DB.X.A. SUrCUat Ul raarlauHaw
dm thouaanda of
ataadiu ban pa an eani.
f ITUT n VrrnoUT A TEACHKIU Koper'a
Jll UOlV Instantnnuou Qaldn to Kovi of Piano
and Organ. Price $1. V, til teach any person
to play 0 pieces of music in one day. You could
not learu it from a tacclier in a month for m. Try
it and be convinced Hampiecaiy will b mailed
to any adrtr n receipt of SS ceqtaln Umps riy
BBAKNE CO., Pnbllhr. P. O BorWM-. N.V.
I own WW
Whan I aar cor 1 do nn maaa mural tn Stop t hm
for a tim aad thasbBT tnem return truPxi.FW.f '
Baaleare. Uaye made thadlMawofTlTS, El'l
1 warrant my remedy "" Uiawowt Dim Buoaua
other have failed ia no reitaon for not now reoaivtjif a
arm Bmd at tmee lorji TreaMw and a FT BoJe 01
aa Inalifble remedy. Oiv Bxnreu and Poetafflc. It
Me ron aouuiif ioraBnai.ana 1 wui ouraDu. .
Addrrai DB. tt. O. BOOT. 18 Petri Bt.. New Yerk.
017 St Charlss Itreat, ST. LOUIS, 110.
LANE & BODLEY CO S
STEAM AND HY0RAULI8
CIKCINS ATI, OHIO. ,
SENI VOTt VrAT.OQTJt k
N.W. Missouri. Farmsior Sale
Houil for Hats nf rilOtCK Farm tn hetioelt
couutry in the U. 8. C. O. COM3TO0K.
Albany, Gentry Cav. Hi,'
H w.Brer Adv rticiug nureau, Vi Spruce ht ,N.T
collpgrt, hat txn lunger eug'Ked
ment of Chronto, Nervoim,
jBlood Dlicaaea tban any oturr pi
fit. Louis, aa city paiwm ihow and 1
Gtrarttiat -Of twa medical
iget engKKed In tbe trwt- ,
Nervona. t'kin and
denta know. Cnunullatlnn t ortice or by mall,
free and Invited. A,fried:y talkor blsoplniuu
ooata notblnp;. Wlin ItUliironvrnlvnttoTlsIt
tha rlty .or trratment, medlrlnet can be tent
by mallor expr-i ev"rvwlii're. Curable ca-
guarautAril; where doubt exist! It la frankly
staled. Call or Write.
K'rvoun Prostration. Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, -Mercorial and othor
affections of Throat, Skin and "bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affeo-
tions. Old Sorts ard Ulcers, Impediments to
- , " 1 1
Marring, Ehenmatifm, Piles. Special
attention to sues from over-worked brain.
BUBQICAIi CASES receive sperial attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Eicesseay
Indnlg'saeas or Eiposurss. " J " .
It I elf-evldent that s physician paying
particular attention to a elan of rate attalaa
creat akin, aud plivtlcltin I11 rrgularraellcB
all over the country knowing tht. rr(7untlr
vecon jnt-e-1 eaawa to lh okleet o(li In A nvr lea. ,
whri rvery known apiillance 1 retorted to,
nd the provwd grool rwioH or all
age and ronntrlea ar Bte4. whole houtelr
ntA fttmfflM mirnnMi. anrt ail am treated wrtB
skill -In s rearwrtful mariner;' and, kupwlng
often lower tuan la ,
Hi- etrre, that Is
what to do. no experlmenu art mad,
ia trrear 1
ah arc? are kept w.
and get a SBawly aad perfect
mant of the rreat number applying, the
demanded bv othera If you. teeiire the. akl'l
tbs ImporUut niattBt. Pampnist, SB pagea
I get a
aeut to any addre free.
A MARRIAGE GUIDE. Inffi..
1 to 41
Elant eloth and gilt bludlng, Sealed for 60
rhVKliul decay. Who
or rurreucy. l)var nrty won-
rry t'hinrry Aral.
.Mil. In ul...
nernil pen pirturet. nie 10 mr arcn-ir wii
a .. . ' V t 1 .1 I. ...... whAn.B
w. 11,1 ma. amirj, -n.w,,
Wowllfe n. biplne may lie
marrica or conrampiaiing
n.ni,i ahnnlit rvail It. It ouirlit to
.11 , lull tu-rton. then kept under kick an
key. Popular edition, mime aalove, but papef '
cover and 100 pgB.ai cent ur mall, lii motiejr
kick and .
THt PtRFECT WBITlNO MACHINL
lEvary Machlna warranted. t-
lusUbU type barsi pr(atsMtiH'i
matin paper teed, even unvaria
ble tension, no Inst motion, brv
eled platen, light carriage. All
DBrtBiBtBTRhanceable), Dnettha) 1
work of three p on men, mum naatar and. ttvora
legible. J'rlco-, $70.00 fnd ISS.OO. -
PARKER, RITTf R 4 CO., 4N N. M, St. LU.
r CU HltVtn OUTOF ORDER.
30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
FOR SALE BY
II. Stea'iala & Co., Cairo, III
1. .1 pA-rtNT AUTOMATIC '
CABINET FOLDING BEDS
jff :Jterff 00 '
rfly hahinml KOi nrVO BED In tha
lat ret u " f,hlla -Tfil
u e i ue. S'lK-r rombl ne GREAT
Hut?' aid VTIUTY. It la the
uiimI omipuet, KASIBST FOLpaQ
llf (itmiiu rw tipr nnni -
" TTin mnut wt fwt I
n "1 a. .. L.I. 3 IW'V Cf
VminAl:T,nirY' aid VT-IUTT. It Hfte
B K I . anil I" IMw nii' i'-i
rT iiati-rt roM.n Hen on me innriru 11 tuitu
fnlfs ki'aVk. wv K'tAJtandTgAR of CAR-
im.i I. r ii.Wlr TOl trti)' I
all rl"r bela Iu the
7-iiili.tof the rich tnd por illko tu all auction of
"nX'V., Bt Rrtr. DRrsitiertst,
feJtAH 1 1. lr KITISft-DE-JK HtyUw.
fiend for QeacrlpUve nd llluttrated Circular.
Factorv&Oflice,14B5 State St Chicago,
nrin tending for.clrcukr With, prion, pkMsa asm
rhl7 paper. ... p- . 4