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Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbauo. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sort TIro( Mnrllinc. fcprislna. UruUea,
Ituriia. ft, -alii. t'rl lllts-a.
im il oiimt hum iv raixa im kiif.s.
&..J tl k("' TllT. IHJ CtliU bolli.
lioerti.iit, ia 11 ttiitiukirr,.
TIIF fllAlfl.l's A. VUVFLFRCO.
,r,i-.i.l cull-Uii.o Bsllia.ra, Id., C.B..
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
'Kifiopv-Wcrt ia ih rr.net auocesful remedy
I ever u.xd." Dr. P. C. Eallou, Moniton, Vt.
"K.ir.i'r-'cVort it always reliable."
It. E. N. Clark. So. Hero, Vt.
'ni&'.ry-Wcrt has nurtj rcy w ife after two yean
Bl;ns." It. C. II. 8unmerUn, Sun Hill, Oa,
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
it his rurri 7T Vr? n'.l p'.had failed. It is mild,
fcotcCacat, U.KT.U.N IX li s ACTION, but
tarr.:is in all caws.
trltfK-aJi'M the Mood and Strengthen aed
gtt St I-lfe to a ) the important ortma of
tae rxNiy. Te cataral acuca of the Kidney, ia
rw.ord. The Liver ia elemsed of all disease,
ad tie Eoirola move frcciy and healthfully.
In this j tie dac-atca are eradioated
from tie iy stan. g
peici, n oo urra on dst, solo by tRtcQsrs.
Try rn t t pr.t by mail.
TO.L. KICilAKDvftX i f0.nnrlli(to VU
Kc;'t !i ia:iiiii for Kiif.cM-Hi Systems,
t'.v.s irr-a h e-t
1 r-nt (.( tir.e. &r.d it
M P- a -rd re.'rvo,isr.C'j.
a.' ' n:.f 'j':.;1;.Ti. y-!
4.HU CIT.VhI,'.! f'o'll t
i;te o! a nourisM- g
; !-, :rn d-d. A mrdl
v.i. of c!fic ol ' a-
r. fit i' a E'-iiO'te
I-. ; lie tnif-i-i(i'i
'IT' CUV M Ul
f:i: trat.'l r. .
f r its nyi' k
'uririif l ame Iwk.
I lih'-iiin.'iiuin, tv-Litica,
fYirk In the Buck, E-i rr Hip, hV-urVir:, Mi3 Joir.ti
id UuR'lt , S' rv ( t.'t. Kj.jn-y Tr u;,!- anl all p:u:uj
rr ft'-hi-s If t.'-r t--al r ji-MiiTf!, It S thf-. strength
tar an-i Stiinul)it-s fit- fAris. T:i rirtUi-s of l.oj com
(,ini d wiiti uni.1 clean rratiy t-j nppiy. biiix rior to
linin. Dtx. J-.tiurs :.nti Bivi-s. IJj c-hU or 6 for
h M iy tin:--1
itn and rountry I
i'fu.(T C'"ff7'.iny,l'r -
V I iTlhMiA-rt finally ii ma.1. liuwli) 'n tst'UUM'h ruij
Tut ii Brand on Him.
"Wo:m;n nr h mcssury tvil," hesnij,
bnniin down liis li.-t liur i on tlic counter
to .'mihttH:.z3 tho bfurtlcss remark. It wns
in thy villiic story dt West Milton, Sarato
ga County, kh I the j-jie iktr win the central
figure of a group i.f Imeholic iilii'ja-f.pl.ers.
He was liome'.y, klovculy mi l s:y.
"Tliere's wli'-re I 0iii:r from y. u aHo
CCther," sai l Mr. U.'or-e T. Gruh-.m, (,f
the same jihice. "Women are mostly wliat
men uiuke Vin. When liu.-h are hnitt-8
wives will fill into huhmiii'ii or nmke
home hot lor the men; And they're' iiiitiiilur
p.l in either chancier. Love them, und es
jitriHlly by to th'. in wl en tliey're
fick, aul you'.l have no tr'HihU'. There's
my own w;h now. She's iilF rel n good
"ieul with i)yypesil, nervous pnHt lit ion
and other ailments tlo.t took the hloom off
. her cheeks au-1 the pprin out of h'-r Hteps.
YeU, she hisv :in ndvi rtisemerit of Pahk
ku's Tonic, and thought it would he jmt
the thir.if for her can-, (jentlemen, I seut
five miles altera bottle. She took it. I
Fent B'.'ain alter incite. rf hevcn.l times.
Trouble? Why, If you coul I see how mueh
RO(d it lias dune h-r you woul 1 Hiv that
women are the u'reat. s o! ' G"V hle.-sin-s 1
und J'aukku's Tonic is the mxt."
This prepHratioii, whi.di lots le en known
be Paukku h (JiMii H Tonic, will herenlter
he called- simply I'ahkui's Tonu:. Tins
change has been pMidtred necensary by sub
dtltute imposed upon their rut imeru liy
unprincipled deah is, under the name of
ginger; und hs giner U really an unimport
ant flavoring ingr dietii, we drop i he mis
There in No change, how ever, in the prep
aration itself, and all bottle lemtining in
the hand of dealers, wnpped tinder the
naino of Pakkeh'h Ginoeh Tonic rontain
the genuine medicine if the f c pi mile Big
naturo of IIihcox & Co. is at the bottom of
the outaide wrapper.
THE SURE CURE!
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1NTARIABI.T IX ADVANCE
All Cnmmnulcatioua ehould he addressed to
K. A. KUKN'K FT,
PabliHber and Proprietor.
saving a roin i Ni:.
Frank Kronen was Vi-ry rich, very
Inwidsoiui', nearly thirty yours old, aud
had never married, mainly for two
reasons olio, tho women had spoiled
him, as how could t'uoy help it? 1I
w as so handsome, so gallant, so chival
rous, so universally courteous and kind.
The other the larire fortune ho at
present enjoyed had come from an ec
centric undo, who had ordainod that,
whifo he should not ho held responsi
ble for any moneys accruing from tho
estate up to the day he Locarno thirty,
at that date, if he was not a married
man, the estate should pass to another
a distant cousin, a lady.
There was a suestion that ho
might even then save tho fortune by
marrying the lady, if she would have
It is not probable that at any time
Frank meant to risk the fortiino by
neglecting so simple a precaution as
getting married, but still he did neg
lect it, and the mora he thought about
it, the more disagreeable the ide:i
Ho had done as lie liked a'.l his lifo
about everything else, aud now it was
hard it was well nigh impossible, it
seemed to him to marry. He, who
hated marriages so; who had no faith
in wonieu or fancied he had not, for
all he was so civil to them.
"Angels, indeed!-' he would say,
cynically, to his mother, when she tried
to reason with him. "It is very evi
dent that they consider ic,'i t he angels,
the wav they fall down and worship
Thus procrastinating, time wore on,
and Frank still laughed and put oil' tho
e vil day.
"At "the worst, mother," he would
sav, "I can niarrv the cousin, and save
'Oh, Frank, Frank! How do you
know she would have vou under
such circumstances, too,'r said his
"She will have me fast enough, if I
ask her," laughed Frank. "She is old
and ugly they say. Do you think she
would hesitate about marrying a hand
gome fellow like me, if she had the
chance, even 'under such circum
Now it chanced that this cousin
neither he nor his mother had ever
seen. She lived in a remote part of
Wales, and in groat retirement, from
which she objected to emerge.
Three months before his thirtieth
birthday, Frank went off yachting with
a friend, and a storm coming up on
the return cruise, he was delayed in
getting home until the important and
fateful day had passed; and there he
was, still a .-:!g!e man. ll;s long-suf-fi-ring
mother was too giaJ to seo
him alive to scold.
"I have had a letter from your cous
in. Miss Arbuthnot,"' she said. "She
makes a very singular, a wonderful
propo-hi n. She is willing to marrv
you for the sake of giving you back the
monev whieh she savs she does not
"Shi had better wait till I u.sk her!"
flashed Frank, with one of his incorri
"The only conditions she makes,"'
pursued his mother, placidly, "is that
after ill? ceremony, everything shall
be exactly as before she remaining in
her soc!u:on, you going where you
"Shade of Diana! what does the wo
"What she says. 1 j idg She en
ters into no explanation more than
that. You will consent of course?"
"Is thy servant a selliih dog, that
he should do this wrong to a woman so
generous?" exclaimed Frank, roguish
ly. "Hy my troth, though I am more
in love with her for her goodness than
1 ever was with mortal woman b-for'-!''
"Vou will at least go and see her?"
"I am afraid to, mother. She will
change her mind about separating as
soon as the ceremony is over, if she
once sets eyes on me. " I shall ex4-ess-lv
stipulate that I urn to "0 to the altar
Mrs. E ,'erton laughed.
"Do be nerious, Frank. Yuti w ill go
then? That is a good boy."'
"I'll go, mother. Hut I swear to you
I believe there is a catch about it some
how." "I hope yon will marry her," was
Mrs. Kgerton's parting charge.
"i u consiiler it, laugliea her son,
1 he nearest railway station was four
miles from Miss Arbuthnot's, he learn
ed; nnd when he got there, no convey
ance being procurable, he decided to
As he came in sight of the tall, orna
mented chimneys of tho house, though
Ktill some distance away, he hoard
'The next moment a cloud of dust ap
peared, from which a small, childish
looking figure darted, and ensconced
itself behind him, screaming franti
cally. "Save me! save me!"
Next came into view a large, red
cow, advancing at a sharp trot, and
evidently bent on having some fun.
Like the valiant knight he was, Frank
at unco charged upon tho beast with
his umbrella, routing the enemy com
pletely, hut coming to grief himself,
by stepping upon a stone the wron
way, and turning bis ankle.
"Are you hurt?" cried the small fu
gilive, us he slopped suddenly, with an
"1 think 1 have sprained my ankle,
sam trunk. "What are you afraid
otr lie added, staring amusedly at tho
iioy en ,min
"The --the cow!"' was the hesitatin:
"Vou little goose!" laughed Frunl;
"lake oil that red scurf ; it's that she's
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORN1NU MAY
In an instant tho scarf was on tho
ground; and tho atom, drawing herself
up at least an inch with offended dig
nity, said, lufliiy
"1 am not agooso,-if lam littlo, I
don't think you know whom you aro
"J am sure I don't," retorted Frank,
staring iu a sort of fascinated wonder
at the littlo rose-bud face, set iu a per
fect nest of tho loveliest dark, silky
curls. "I'll take it Lack. You're not
"I'm not a child, cither," sho said,
bridling at his tone. "I am seven
teen!" "Oh, indeed!" with a very low bow.
"I should never dream it. Now, if
vou will do soiacthing for me, I shall
be very much obliged to you. The cow
has gone (juite away, I see. Will you
step down to that house yonder and
ask Miss Arbuthnot to send ono of her
men to help me? I've hurt my foot so
that I can't bear my weight upon it.
Mr. Frank Kgerton, you can tell her."
At mention of his name, the girl
"Mr. Frank Kgerton?" she question
ed, looking as if sho waa trying very
hard not to laugh.
"Have you come to marry Miss Ar
buthnot?' "1!" he exclaimed.
"Oh, but you must! You can't havo
the money without."
"Really! How do you come to he so
well posted?" asked Frank, a little
nettled to find the matter such public
"Oil, well, I'm a relation, you see!
About the nearest Miss Arbuthnot has
living, 1 believe."
"Indeed!" eyeing her shaply. "You
are a niece, perhaps?"
She laughed roguishly.
"Are you going to Le my uncle?"
"I'm going to sit down here and
wait for that man," he answered, as
he dropped upon the grass with a
"On, forgive me!" cried the girl, and
darted away as if she had wings.
Before he" had hardly missed her,
two men came running with a cane
sofa, upon whieh he, after some demur
extended himself, and was so homo to
The sprain proved a severe one; the
doctor had to come, and our hero
found there was no prospect of his he
ing able to put his foot to the ground
for some weeks.
Tiie little lady, whose acquaintance
he had made through the medium of
the cow, was unwearied in her atten
tions to him, reproaching herself as
tho cause of the accident.
"Miss Sylvia," the servants called
her, he noticed, and did the same.
Miss Arbuthnot, rather to his relief,
did not present herself.
"Her aunt seldom left her room,"
Miss Sylvia said, her saucy eyes laugh
ing at "him. "When he was well enough
to lave the marriage ceremony per
formed, would be time, enough for
them to meet, she, the aunt, thought.
Meanwhile sho hoped Mr. Egcrton
would excuse her, and allow her niece
to ent'Ttain him."
To the lat proposition he assented
eagerly. The niece, he acknowledged
to himself, was tho most charming and
original creature he had ever met.
She read to him, sang to him, laugh
ed at him was by turns gay, mocking,
serious, teasing, perplexing, wilful,
sweet, till before he knew it, she had
bewitched the soul out of him.
For the first time in Ids life, Frank
found himself in love. Ia yes, indeed
over his head!
The divine passion at which ho had
so long scoffed had suddenly gaped,
nn abyss under his very feet, and swal
The bare thought of Miss Arbuthnot
was horror. Sylvia's teasing mention
of her was agony to him.
To crown all lie had suddenly devel
oped a trait he did not before suspect
hiui-eif to possess. lie had grown
bashful insanely, excruciatingly bash
ful. How, in the name of wonder, he puz-z!-d,
did a ilian ever go to work to tell
a woman he loved her?
H-1, tiie pri ux chi r ilicr, the irresisti
ble' gal. ant, the- adored .f womankind,
asko i h.ni--!f mis solemn question,
and o!iid not answer it.
Mi, ;.u while, his ankle daily, hourly,
minutely, he grumbled, grew better.
He wi.-hed it wouldn't; he didn't want
to got any better. IF; should hae to
co away as soon -is ho was well,
s for marrying that old woman, he'd
beg for a 11 v
ing lust. Ami, i
a.s for that
bewiid.-ring little witch,
he might as well think of
itnming-bird or a butterfly.
ay came, a:a-.! when he. was
to aeknow leilgo that lie was
well enough to sit up; and a little later
his shabby tiroteriee of being still lame
became entirely "loo thin" to avail.
Tho '!)d w as at hand.
Miss Sylvia," said ho, desperately,
one morning, "were vou over m lovof
I? ' looking extremely amused.
t at, idea!"
e-', il i
rather," he assented.
; r in v
gloomily; "nut vou can
nation can't vou?"
ink I'll call my aunt," Miss
I, deiiuireiv, starting for tho
Frank in'ereepted her.
"Don't!" lie entreated. "I wish you
would never mention our aunt's nuuio
to run ngain."
"W hv? opening her lovely eyes to
their widest. "And you going to mar
ry her and all."
"I m not: doggedly.
"Not?" Miss Sylvia exclaimed, with
impressive timti.enient. "Well, upon
mv word, if that is not the most extra
"I'm not! I'll never marry anybody
Me','1 blushing furiously, but con
trivmg to look very unconscious for
io marry me, mivia: j lovo vou
bo much 1 can never live without vou!'
J Inn saying, he seized lo r hand and
pressed it pas-uonately V) his lion.
"1 am nfiaid you are making fun ,
nie, sho said, shaking h-r stnill,
curly head gravely. "I am nn: 1 have
hoard tiiat you hated wono-ii,"
"Il is a ii n slander! Whoever said
thai? I don't hate vou, at any itito."
he amend' d. "I would die for vou
this minute." .
"Would you real!)? But there is no
need of that you know."
Frank stood there, very whito and
miserable, impatiently gnawing his
lip under his dark moustache. This
trilling was maddening.
"Do you love me, or don't you?" he
Svlvia shot him a roguish glanc.
"lint what iu tho world will you say
to MNS Arbuthnot?"
Tell her the truth .-ho will be glad
to hoar it."
And then, suddenly laying her bauds
lHitlv on his shoulders, and lifting
her arch, smiling face towaial him
"Tell me truly," sho said, "have
vou not really suspected anything all
"That I am Miss Arbuthnot?"
Frank stared at her quite uncompre
hendiugly. "Don't faint," she suggested "but I
Not my Miss Arbuthnot?" ho ex
"Yes, yours, if you wiil have me,"
langhing'and blushing again, distract
edly, ami getting kissed rather crazily
this time. "1 offered myself, you know,
in the letter,'' .she wont on, as soon as
a degree of quiet returned. "My aunt's
name is Yen. on. How you and your
mother ever got tho idea that she was
meant in your uncle's will, or that I
was so dreadfully old, I don't know!
Your uncle saw me w hen I was quite a
child, and took an extraordinary liking
to me. 1 have always thought, though
that ho put me in the wid more for a
joke than anything. A-i way, I don't
want to take your fori tine from you,
nnd I did not want to marry you then;
but I saw no other way of giving you
hack tho money. If you had kepi to
your intention of main ing mo to stive
the fortune, I meant to havo boon mar
ried with a tiTick veil oyer my face, s.j
that vou should not Know you were
not marrying the ugly old woman you
Mv idea, tori," chuckled Frank.
And that was how he saved hi-; fortune.
A Positive Cue for Every Form of
Skin ami Blood Disease, from
Pimples to Scrofula.
THOUSANDS OF LETTEItS In our ini..i.n
i rviicat this storv: 1 have been a terrible suf-
fi-n r fur vear with Dlood and Skin Hntiors; hare
bet-n obliged to shnrj publ c ptalia by reiso-i of ir.y
dif tit-urine Humors; tiavf naa tro- tiesi j uysicwu.j
have t prist bcilred of do.lars and ttm t o real r'
lief until I used 'be t.'c r ctra Kr. solvent, the ni w
Wid I'nrifitT, lr.ternnliy and Ct'Tii lk.v and I cri
c ri'.A Soap, tbe (Ireat Skin Cures and Siin la ntui
tiers, externally, whieh have cured hie and lelt my
akin aud blood as pure a a child t.
JameiE. Klchardson, Cu-toin Hou-e, New Or
leans, on oath. sav. -In lOi Srrafiilous I'lcrs
broke cit on my bud, until 1 was a nns of rorr-ip-
tiou. Erertbirii; known to tbe ruidlctl racaiiy
was tried lri vain. I became a mere wreck. At
times could not lift my haridi) to my head, could
rot turn in bed : "vae in constant pari, and looked
uDon life as a curse. o r.-!!cl or cure in l n vears
Ia lsJ I heard ot the Cuticura Ikuiedies, und und
them acd was perfectly cured.
.Sworn to be ore I S. Com. J. O. Ctl.UVF J I'D
STILL MORE SO.
Will McDonald. 2'A Dearborn S'rect. Cliiciico.
irrati failT a'know edees a cur' of Kcz'.iua. or su;t
Rheum, on head, ne k. face, arms u1 b us for s v
enten rear: not able to move, t iceiit on lii-.nn
and knee", for ore year; not able to help l.iniso f
lor eight years; tried hundreds of r-mi'd'es : eK-tors
pronounced bis case Doreiess, perm-ou my cur.-u
by the Culicura Kemedits.
MORE WONDERFUL YET.
II. E. Carpenter. Hi-nderson. N. V.. cnre.J of
Pioriasio or Leerosy.of - went? jears' -(u.riiii. by
Lutrora It' ini.'diea . The most wonderlu. cur- on
record. A dusfpunful of sca'-s full from t im daily
hyatclatie and bis frierd. thouttlit heui-o-t die
uresAorn to l- fire a juste c of the. rtac-, and
Henderson ( mopt prominent rttir.-n".
Write to us f r thee iestin onUls in fil l or tend
direct to the parties. All are absolutely true and
given without our knowledge o- solicit. on iliti'i
wait. Nov is the t'me In cur- 'cry species of
Itchine. K' aly, Pimply, Scrofulous. Inherited. Con
tai.'ious. and Coppir-coiored Id-ease- of tbe lileod.
Sain and -vaip with Loss of Hair
For Ho ii;h. f happel end
t'ilvSKtn, I! acKlieads. nnd
Skin llleinlshes. use CMticurn soap.
Head Cotds, Watsrv Disrteira-" from th- Nose
and Eve, I!lneln N'oli-es in me Head, Nervoti"
JJadache and Fever instantly r lo-ved.
Cbockiriif mucus nirloUoeii, membrane r.iaafed
and healed, breath sweetened, srne-l. taste and
beurlue r-stored, arid ravages cbei k-d.
Conirh, Jirontliltl, Dropidr.i! Into the Ihrout,
Pallia In the l'-liet, llvsiiersia. Watlni ol
btrenKth an K eh. I.o-s ol S eep. eti; , cu'ed.
One nottie iiaoical i tire, one liox ( aoiifral hei
vent and hanford's Inhaler, all In one naekaL-e.
forming rmnpl-te treatment, of all drtitfLdsi f r
l. Ask pir Santord s Katll'al I nn-. a pure n POI
lation of Witch Hazel, Am. I'in-. r. Fir. Marl
gold. Clover Hloss'irus, etc . 1'oriKii Duru and
C'llr-MC AI ''-. Hoston.
HH Collin Voltaic hb-ctrlc I'l.i
I -x 1 f I 11M terlnsuurly afTects iheNerv
I I iBAIltl ot" System ami hnnlshea
yJ JSf E I U I'a n- A pe feet Kl-ctric It it
tery combined with a I'oro'i
IS THE CUT I' aster lor 3', cl. I- hnrohi
I or a bites I'ain, v talies Weak ami
J SUFFERIKB NERVE rn Out Parts, stret etbens
'1 lieu .Musi Ibs. prevent- I) - .se. and does mo e In
one-bail the time than any ollu r last, r in the
worl'l. Sold everyw here.
U ALU DAY UPvOTil!::;;
Comniissiou MitcIim . t,
FL0UU, QUA IN ANT; II A
Egyptian Flouring M ills
tlitrb8t Caib Frl"o Pi.l lor Wheat.
m mm mm a'Hiriiuftn'li 'r rtift r.f Ifrtnui liMUj, ni"i-
Elf LL "' Wkll-ai, tt rtll.ll'r...,hrir.
r 11 rPfwu piiirtin. tdt rfnlu r In-ii n-n-.i.ij,
B mi ,riiy raiiiw.t ur I livftj fcR VIT A t
trn( fllti tiiai it will eur trj mar i-r-uupti tie ciiuu lu
ti 7 iiiTo'cr ft tfii purinr
fl rsvclnl t 12 rnl lot
t-,"tr. flfc. A.O.OUB,
UuS S4St W-CJO, Uta
lricj 91, nt ilniKK-hta, (r
nctii rtrpnald tT iiihI). hninplc
The d' Vebipii-.i'ht ef the trentieei.t r. f ''anrer
With Stt III Sin Mill1. seniiH :'(! V, ml ' ! el ! II I , thul all
to Blllie'e 1 i-hoil d Mr e n.
(.'uiieer For Fourteen Years.
Sp.ii!anbiirr'. S. I.' . Mu.cli II, ISM.
I leive for 1 1 years lea n a sulb rerf r.en a ruiiiiiiiir
sure on my f.ice that ..veivho-iv ended n ( avi i;u. i
havens itue." Jlilwoiihul medicine i.nd lound
lui rdiel. About four month" tii- 1 l.oii-ht one
botrle ol S ift's Sii' tile from ir. II. K lle.iiitsh,
and since have biu.ulit the o'be s, linvi-oiken It,
and they Imve ci ion ik murd :oid r,l! .My fuee
Is US fre-t from a co'e as me, le-lv'H. and no li-ultll
is ii ll'e t y re-tur.'d. I feel like l',.rt ye.irs had
111 l II lilted oil IliJ h "Ml
I otll r t III Villi V,
Mr. II F. li nn", lb i.e. ArK.. mivs. tind-r date of
ilau.'J-' t'-s: "I Imve tak-n live Imt ie-of S ill's
spu'inY fur sure on mv l. in i '. t A i tn be a l an
c r. I have 1. 1- n woijuirl'i l.v be uuii.ii in.d will
toon h" u well man.''
Mr W. It. Holds n. !avli. r i. tin writ,-, mi
ller dine ..; Janinrv I hui s, ttii,..0:i llntly
the ul er 1-L'rielu lly i . alii - I li el o n' svvif;'s
oeeiti - "ill cure tbe io-riil- o:ei r uh'eh has
been feuh!-:f oa tit f-r o.er U v u ."
Mr W. II lOT'u-rt. AlVtny. ;,.. t-.y:
" L' n'li iii in i hoi- d Mo re r.i ar th's i t v had
an eat 1 1 l' en: - er on hi I -, wL- b tool i ut.-r, an av
h s li i-e hi d Ins umii r op. iooI had eveml.-d up
until it Liel in-1 iv --!U-!ii-i b i --, - ''u- r-it.e.-r
was luting hi -utu- a-.-i b id feinte-i .! li tci-Oi u
los.- ti-it he t i.e;i'!n 1 bey inc.-h' a' an i I hue d nip
lilt, t'e lei" le en f.iklll ' Sull l'-. l-i-n ';r a'-ou!
threi in iitli-, and OS i t.-a ha b e;, v teilul.
It h.is uriv -n i he po.su fr m l,N i. ii. i !.,- -
Cer has ll ai- d : teatlv. I te- til bnV i.i i o.ie
stro a Hj.-iin hud I ' t'.o k-t h- ha 1..- e i-.-i ,-d
from hi. aw In d--.tl. I e i the .. e-t i i.tlr s a-'ie
mall I ever s-.w."
Ottrtrea l-e on Mood -tint Mill 1. 1 f-f ma:', d
free to app.ieif.ll-.
'1 11 K s II I si l.Cl I I'' i'ii..
Or.- m-r :. A i io. n. Oa.
New York Offl,-. p i '". d St , I- hurt: sittti
ami Se i nth Avei in s
; .pQ j J ,w y
M' ! I 1 I IS i C ' T " i If.
! '.. -i Viri: l-.-m.--- -II- ..in-.VMV .V'i f
i-,- i ii . I,, li : .- . ;.--:e-.i- i i.ie.
WINTER mi.l rRCfKCHIAU CCUCH
li : . i ' : 1 I i - - I : iy.
rsr p-w vj O : n 7 fill
y fsv h fr I- i r.-u,? - a i tit r
i r ;0: -ii r- .
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TAPILLQN MFC. CO.. CHICACO.
FOR S 11,2 L". II. .. Jo;.'i;4.
Vov Sale liv
PAUL (i. SOIIUIli
S'lccinl Ants, in this citv
C17 St. Charles St. SJ'. LCLTS, 110.
A. recnlnr flrndunto e. tw- nK-dlrd
rolii-L-i . Iis tiei-ii Im-.'ei i-r ii; v'ed hi th tr- a'.
iient ot 'h riinii-, N .-r v i m, Hltiu rui'l
Kloo.l Iiliea.. than anyotler j-hvlclan In
St. l.oul. a city pro-r Miov , .., i.i i K. r-l-
llellt-l know, i 'M.MliPit ji-n It 'i't rf Of tvi'mail,
tree and liivlte.l. A t'r emli - t ,ik -r 1. 1 opinion
Costs ihk hiies-. When It I- l e .-i.v. nt.-ot to v i-it
th-cltv lor t ri .it jij. ii I. lie dioies e.ii' lie "ent.
by mall or expri-si ew-r le i '. . rr.bie ca .
irii'iraiit'-e-l : w !o r- doubt ti ;t .. I' ' 'rankly
etat.-d. Call or W rile.
yrron Prostration, Pehliit; , Mental and
Physical Weakness, Jtercu, li.l and olher
iff ect Ions of Throat, Skin and Hones, hlood
Im puritlfS a nd liloml Poisoning. Un Alec
tlons, Old orr- and l lcers. Impediments to
Marrlaee, IthctimatlsrjjJ'lles. iporiO at
tention t rases from oicr-rorkd ,ira!n.
StJ tf.If'A f, ( ASKS rfcelvo special attetitlon.
Diseases arlslmr from Imprudenrr F cesses,
Indulgences or Expasurei,
It Is n lf-evbb-nt that a tibysO-lar. r-'-.yliis
fiai lb'iilar i.t o ut ion to ebi--of r.1-1 attalm
irreat -k III. and pir. -Ii'l-itii In i.-t-ttlar pr:.cti-
all over the country know hi tin-, freo 'fiulv
reeoiniiiend I'a-e-. to th-oi'b--t i.!:i e le .linerl
ca, w ln-re i-vi-rv known appilanei- e.-ortec
to, and the p ro-. I ur.oil rcin-l i- '.f nil
at'es and eountrii- are w-t d, A w bol,-priHe U
u.o.l t.-rmf-i- purpo-i s, nnd 't are treate ! .vliti
skill In a respectful luanner; mi l. know.n-
iiat to do. no ep rlineiit-are m ele. I n ,.c
Coimt of tbe treat nioub'-r applelne, tim
eh arises are kepi low, r.fp n lower than i i-e-n.aiei.
d l-v ntler i. I f v o-i -teure the ' 1.1 1 'ml
Vt a 'pei Iy and penv-'t HO- cure, that 's .no
Important inntt-r. Pamphlet, M pa'ei. H -lit
to any addi e- live.
plates, r MARRIAGE GUIDE. i wis
I'ib-ant cloth and irl'.t bin Iin-'. s. -iledfoi u
efiit" in o-taL'e,,-cut reiiry. over 0 M y it -n-ilertul
lieu pictures, ti ne to life, an b let on too
folio" loir mbji -I: Who may eiai-ry ! w ho 11 r -why
If I'ro-w r air-to marrv. Who marrv Mr '
.Manhofid, Worn ii.hooil. l'hvo a! d rav. :
should u-arrv. How Ilie and happlno-, ninv .,e
Increa- I. Tlite ir.nrrb d or contein bit
Inarri ln 'boiiPl read It. Itouu'lil to be rea t
by nil adult prr-ons. I ln-n ki pt iimler lock n . I
ki-v, I'lipular e-llt Ion. foeiie n uliove l-iit .a f
cover and w) pvgvx, " '-eats t.y mall, 1' 'none
V'hoofi 1:1;1IU y, oxluitiNl I'll
jnv p, .tin.. i tm (Ifcny
uii'l f.ul iro it - rliinn lil'
lntl'' pri:Ti ry nre (vim il y
l t - f'-t Ollnis t J-iiiitl). I't' .,
wnl lii.rf ft i r"'-t t n rt hi-i ip;i
ri'-t.nr;iti"ti (. robiifti hc'ilth
(voA THE fViAF'STON BOLUS.
. in itrorfMii iiiiiiiihmmi in
- ir- t rutpr v. ri. lint r'-.ir iiHirn i
vn l)i ItllKy nr-
I'll 1irnl llffiiy iMtipifuniily
nro--fiii if'"ftn'0 hn . ! uri p i i' t iloiir"',
IM'tv ii nil Uli's'i't tt'l hiN nitfl iili-olr.tf I hnr
titisrhiM. ) )ii'"i-MKiti''ii nnd 'ircatirui irm,
A-:in"'ri 1 iri"i!t i n riiynicKtn nf
a i A faroritn pr-Bcrtptinn oi one or n
moat noted and siiecrwHlul ppeeinlhuii in tho U.M,
(now reiirert i for thceiironf Ari' Itrbllitth
M,nit Manhood, lfiini'1iii-riiw. Hiuil
luplttiuacuK-dtuvtloperee. lit atsistatuu tlll-fa
Aildrou DH. WARO 4 CO., Lji'isinn:, Mo.
'.' 'I Hli HCVIAN lll'liy I. M.AHi:l'.l, imvi
fiTl-.U. M li IM. I 1 1 1'. M.I i." lac . is ii n iiiti-n -e-i-
iel.. i" i-.-io-iit i-.ni.'"iuo in -t i.. p.-r. In rc..v c iiT-ipl.rii-t
vn . illi , I a a I. Una -" I', no u.l.-li. a Jltiim
l iiu al.'.'n t n lf.. I la ' a., i-'-o' noy. t io1 n-ha rl I-. r - iiriT
t -v'l-!-'!iTy in.!-.' i'ii, " Int- r. -t 'I p. r-'-m limv f.
s--ul". .an .i-.o-. ii.o; i.ll p-ntN--iliir- bv ll-l-ln -- in
Ti ioi-m.i o . hull ii-i. ..-l'-'"' ' Q'Q"'i ;'
LLtNOIS CKNT11AL It. II
rj?Bv; .." i-.
TI I K
Mliorlest and Quicb'st Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Oulv I.ino Kiinnin
o DAILY TitAIN
j,' rom Cairo,
M.'iMirai I)ik;-:;t Connkction
w i't' 1 1
I'lHINS l.A ('Alio :
:.. it to. ". ,:'.
rrlvii.c In St Louis C to a.m.; Cli tato, -:'. p.n.. ,
'nr.. . -i lire! at ni-e-i K:i'iii?iaiu for I' r-cir
Lati l.oni.vilk', I n.: -at. d;i alia poinla K.it.
I '.'::.." p. in. I '.-e. t st . T.ouin unit
N s.t c n l'.XJH l FH.
.l.i'ivino ii. ' t f . .' - : I ' p, m., Hijd coi.LccttlK
lur nil point i -t.
'-i " 1'- m i-':isit I '.xi.rt'Hh.
r'i r :. I.euis ,iu ! 'hi arriving at St Lot.u
1 i:l' p. .in., and .'i..c-.,;. . :.e a. m.
:i 4 " j. in Ciiici ii nn ti 'JxpreH.
Airlwiii! i.t Ch.i :i.i at-7:i0 a. m . ; I.ouisvill. i-.y,
a m ; Indiai pu ! la.-, a m. I'lis-euirer.. hy
li;i- Ira it fra !: the a! ve points U to .'tJ
1. 1 I' I;- I. iel . il ce (( ar.i ot i,i r route.
;--'.e a. m. 'X.rcs- Ins Pfl.l.MAN
MihKf'.N't ('Alt fr. in Cairo to ( ii:c!ni:ti. with
out i biioes, a;.u li,r,,uj;h sleepeto to l. hou'i
HI;'' ( he ao.
Ftis-t Tirnc J-Jast.
'Ill ri ' 1' t in piuu 'o r.nt.
"rs ' ern points rtthieit any . Sclav
I 1 uie.s;. uacvtiiit . The Snturdav il'er
ra i. frnpi a'.'o 'rnves In m Vo'U .M -t.dny
:i; at 1 1 : ii a . Ihtrty six. hour-.n alver.ieol
t i-r ron;c.
For ttiroutl. tickets M.d l:irtt itif.-rir .il!, n
ut I. il uo'c Central Ui.:.r. vi le-pnt, i r.:ro,
:. 11. J'lN K-. 'I icket Aiei:!
!l 11 ANsON. (i-ii. I'&ss. Amr.t. ( iiiiaa,
:. "' (?
I I IV
i:. ii. n. mi: c ill) at CAiiig.
ILLINOIS CI. Vl iiAL H. I'
1 rulo d-j a-t. Tra.ns arr v.
Mad . i a. rr . j M.-i'.i 4:-s. rn.
Kp:e-" I'.il'p in -K.press I14-,a.m.
:-i Lotus f x 1 .';.'i ;. m. -si Lou k -:!', p. m.
I. I . II. Il f -' 1 1 1 '. 1 1 1 n liv:sii in
'li'.: IM-". a. m I -S. . Ex .. l-l'i a. m.
tKxp'i-a I -! ' a hi. I tN. ('. Ki... lli'oa.m.
t.A: o:u t 1', p.m. I tN. (. Kx 4 ip.m.
-T. I., ti I. ,M. 1!. It.
t1 xpr. s lo - i p.m. ' Kipfc'S. .2. '10 p.m.
w., sr. i.. a p. ii.k.
Hjiiil .t bx laPa.m.
' .ii.coi'i 4 at ri.tn.
Mali A Ex.. S .Kip.rn.
Ac.-. en 1H: o a.m.
Pre'. It' t : V, a m. Ir..i;t.t.
.. Pi p.m
. . 9:10 p.m
M' Ii! M; 4 i.llp) It. II
Mail f.tv.a.m. M:l
Di. .iy ex. . pt sun 'av . t D.iiiv.
!:IiIV.. L AND Dr.PALTLi'.K OP .VAM.S.
Arr ft I Ilep're
P. O. I I'm IX
I. C. H. li t'.t.rouKh I1" k maill. Si. in
" ' - ..11 : i a m .1 p. ru
(wav rm.lli 4:;up.m. tip. in.
" ( t tieru Idv 5i p. ra. lip. ra.
Iror M-tin'iu U. I'..... JiU p.m. Dp. id
W a! a-n I'. 1! I p. rn. ' p. iu.
Tela i St. Loij.K.lt ? p. in da. m.
St. l.on s A ( :ro I:. K 5 p. tu. )')) in
(-: io l;;v. r .' p. in. I p. m
M ss i.Hor a-riv.-s WVJ Sat A Mon.
', j ar-s w -ii , r ri. A S in.
I' pep del. op n from 7 .no am to7: l1 pra
P. ii I ox i!i'!. o,tr trotn la. ni. toMp in.
s iimia' s et . del . oroDlrom... Sa. m. to l:..m.
.Si:i-.:nvs l ex del. (.pen (rein i a. ra. to lo:,uauj
rV.NO I E -Chatti." will he pu uibed from
time to itrjn In I :ty pupi rs. Chan-e vner care. c
cordii ttly. tVM. M. l C'f.t'il V. P. M
JIutual Life & Accident
AT CAIHO, ILLINOIS,
Oi'!?uiii.i'il Decembi r. 1!'-S3, I'luler tie
Law of 1BU3.
jf!( ccor to Will. ias und Orphan Muiuil A'd So
duty, o'i;a:it.el July ih, 177, under
lie; laws of 1U7J.
.1' IIN !!. LfllllN'SON
WM. sl 1! VI' r N
J. A. (iohusl INK...
C. W. DUMU
I'.OAIU) OF DIKHCTOIIS fou u-v year.
Win. Striilton, s'trhtton Bird, tro-or1, Cairo, III.,
.1. A. Ooidstine, otuoldf tine .V liosenwater. w hole
sale and ret-nl drv i!ood;C. W. Dniiniiii;. -M . M.j
Pre?. 11.1. Med J'x.. for I. n'on; Albert Lcwi.s.
commission merchant ; .1. II. Kobinsou, county
juilitu an rotary public; W in. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and In.iirance a.-enl; K. II Itaitd, city
.tteet H'.perviror; M. I'll, Hips, carpi liter and build
cr; 'I hoinus Lewi, a'lornev nnd s-cretarv; K. V.
I':erei. attorm v tit-taw. Diiluoin 111.; K. C. Pare
cashier of tlent 't ninl Ban -'. A-lilev. Ill ; Albert
llie den. rahi r of O-or-e Conne iy A Co., prlni
nel'd. II ; It. M ditiiri, nttoniey-at-!awr. It.ti Itti.i
do'ph sirc.-l. Chica-o; lion. Hull', A Hatcher, at-toriiev-a'.-law,
Chiirleston. Mo ; II. Leighton,
caslin r I'irst National Hank, htuart. Iowa.
Electric Appliance are tent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
Tnio tiro ftirTtn' from Ninrorv rEBlMTT,
V ' "ST Vitality, l.irit or Niuvh Foh. i and
Hti.R. WahTINO WKAKKKsSKtl.undAll tllOse UlWfWt't
f ft l'rti('soAii NATi'hi uitlnir from Abck and
utiih t'i'sK-t. Hpt't-cly relief aii'l conifilfte rento-
r itt tl"r liKAlTIl, t'loltUllil MANMnoMtlfARAVTKRO.
I he jrrfin'lejtt (li.Mverjf of ihr Nineteentli tVntury.
it i.lal unco for llluatniUisl't'anipliivtfroo. Ad Jresi
VOLTAIC BUT CO., MARSHAL., MICH.
A IIP R9