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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY I,
NEW SERIES NO. 2G6.
Of the trading buslnea houses whosn advertise
moot" may be round In Tn Ruu.eTi .
C O. I'aiier&Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
0. I). Williamson 4 Co.
Yorum 4 Hrodcrlck, Wash. Ave., cor. Eighth.
Dennis A O'Loiighlln, Poplar, tor Twentieth.
Dr. J. 11. Marcan; office, 140 Comm rrlul atentf.
i". Joeelyu, Eighth ui'r Commercial
W Whltlork, M Commercial avenue.
No.WJ OMo levee
II. II. Cuiiili'i'. No ToOhlo levte (up stairs).
Equitable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth mid
Wldow and Orphans Minna! Aid Society, Seventh
and Coiuni' r:lul avenue.
DRtTOOISTS-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ceo E O'Hara. Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Hank, hth aud "oinui'-n ial
It j National, Ulilo levee.
Champion. Three Slaii"
John Sprout, comer Twelfth auil
E C l ord. Corner Ninth arid Cumtwrcik!.
I ENEHAL DELIVER open . :) a m.; closes
VJ t,:mp in. j Sunday: s to it a. tn.
Money tinier Department opeu at H a. in.; closes
at ' p in
Thro go Exp'ess Mails via Illinois Central and
W;"!)il IViitrai Hrtilros-ds cln at U:Vt p. m.
( ni: 'i and Poplar H'.ui!' Through and Way Mall
cu' at l'J:''.o y. in
Way Mall via Illinois C-ntra Cairo ami Yin-t'-ur.':
and Miss.Mippi C. htra! Itai.road- close at
Vt.'i p. in
Way Jl fur Narrow ia-ig Kailroid i1om-s at 8
tsiroar.d Evariviie Rlvi r Route close at h::W
i m C-.'.y (except Friday)
M'r-N B. Tiiiftlewood.
Tre'a u rer - E d a nl IVzun i a
Clerii-Dnn:. J. Koii-v.
Courinelor--Wm. B tillb r'.
Marshal -J .C. I.all-ie.
Atturney - William lleiidrii k
b.ii.:i or ALir.uar.
Kir-: Vr l-M .1. llolev
eoEd Ward-David T. I.liKjfar
C. It Wood-
Third Ward-W. r Wrk-bt. Ej.-I.ert Smith
fourth Word -Chart- t l'ati'-r. Jame, KynaHon
Fifth Ward -T. W. Hnlliday, ErneKt D I'ettl:.
ire, lit .Iud.-e--D. .1 Baker.
Circuit Clerk -J . A. Ite
Cuuuty Jad.'e-R. Y umj.
CoUMV Clerk-S. .1. HllIllHI.
County Attonwy-W C. Mulk-y.
County Trcaun-r Mile" W. I'ari.
r-berirf Iniiti llodt"-".
oror.cr - D Kit j'-ra.';.
i oiintv Coriii.'ii"fn)!ii-rr' - T. V.
M tjibii". Samuel Uri.ey.
'.Idas. ! A.
AFRICAN M E -Vi.i.rti-" nth ureet. between
Walnut and Cedar utrwta: ervici " sabbath 11
a. m and p. in ; Sunday School 1 :J0 p. m
MIRITIAN-Eit.'htee!,tli street; meetmu' Sab-
plH'RCH OK THE
J Kourt'-vtltli tre,-t
; Sunday Mortlni prayi-m
lo . a
m.; eveuniL' prayer". i:.i p. m.; Mi inlay
i a. iu Friday evi ninu pruy-r :' p. tit.
BAIT I ST CTU'lUTI-
J l'r. v
hliiL' at a in.. :) f m.. and 7:t p. m.
T L'THF.RAN -J
J bath 1 : m a
: ii p in K'-v. I . .1 . Miorif.
S n -tj i;
ETHODIsT-Cnr Ei.-htb and W a.nnt mr-.-t" ;
eachitiL- Siibt.nth lil::' t. m. ami i p. m :
pray-r tueetln.-. W eiineday 7:10 p. in.; Sunday
ScLooi, 'i a. iu. R-.-T. Wbittaki-r. paetnr.
DRESBYTF.riAN- Eighth "treet; pre a.
I Sabbath at ll:i a in. and ,:ip. m : prayer
meeting Vediiediiv at i :'W p. in ; Sunday
at :i p m. Rev. li. V. tieorte. pa-tor.
j street, bet ween Walnut and Cedar :r-et
vice Sabbath at :i and JH p. in
ST .lnEl'irs -'l.'ii'iian Cnthoiiri Corner Crns
. . and Wu'.init reel-; itvt Sabbath 10::iiia.
iu ; Sunday Seho.d ut i p. tn. : Ycper ;i p. ni. ; M-r-rices
ever) 'day a: l- p. l.i.
CT. PATRICK'S i Unman Catholic . Corner Ninih
V? "treet and Wuhiiii;toii avenue; f"rvire Sate
natb e uud 10 a. tn. : '"p,-ri :t p. in. ; Snm'.ay s.-hool
i! p. in. ; eriee evi ry day ut h 1 ui. ie . F. .abel,
Obtained for new invetitlon. or for Improvement
tm old tines; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks aud labels. Caveat. Assignment. Inter
ference. Appeals. Suits for Infringements, and
ail cases arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have been
ttV T VPT V H '' ,t"' I'atent Otlice mav still.
Jlf IjV, 1 li I ' In most cases, beliatented by
lis. Being opposite the I'. S. Patent Department,
and engaged in Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, ihau those who
are remote from Washington.
TrYrlcrn ,l'"d model or sketch ol
11 TjIi X VlliJ your device; we make ex
aminations and ndvlse'as to patentability, free ol
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential .
Price, low , and no charge unless Patent is-sectired.
Ae refer In Washington, to Hon Postmaster
tieueral 1). M. Key, Rev. F. D Power The Herman
American Nulioiial Bank, to ofih iiils in the l". S.
Patent Office, and to Senators and Representatives
In Congress; and especially to onr clients In every
Slate In the Union and in Canada. Addrcsa
C. A. SNOW&CO.,
Opposite Patent Oldce. Washington D. C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price raid for Wheat.
-m i .1 1 , I UbUlldU
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicaaro.
The Only Line Running Two Daily
I rams From Cairo, Making DI
RKCT CONNECTION will.
Trains I.eaye Caiiio:
'!: am. Mail,
Arriving In St. Louis J:C, a.m. : Chicago. H:W p.m. ;
Coiinectlrig m Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, Louisville. Indianapolis and point, East.
1 1 :r, a.m. Wt. I.ouiw und YVVHtfrn
Coiini-ctin at St. Loiiln for all point Went.
:i:'H .jii. l-'najt J-:xprt-8M.
for St. I.ouiu and t lilrai;o. arriving at St. LouIb
1U:15 p.m.. and Chicago 7:v!0a in.
ti.liO p.m. ( 'iiH-iiitmti Kxpvohh.
Arrlyin; at Cincinnati T:!5 a.m.; Louisville T:jO
a m.; Indiuiiaiioll 4:no a.m. 1'an.vn-rn In
thi tralH rcacfi thr above point- 1 y to
1H1 lt In aihaiiti' of any otliw roiH. ,
J-'a.-t Timo Kast.
I,;K'11"'1' l' through to Kant.
" , '-")-' 1'1 i rn polnta witaout any delay
caui ( liy Sunday- Intrrvi iiiiii;. The Natnrdav afti-r-noon
train from Cairo arrive In new York Mondav
inorliiriL' at M Thirty-flj hoiiraiu advance ,,'f
any other route.
I'-l'.ir through ticket and furilicr Information,
'J)'plvui lliiuol. Central Hailroad Depot. ( airo.
TRAINS A HKIVE AT CAIIiO
t.xw. ... : p m.
A''t iiIiimiKut;oii. p lt
.4 10 a.;n!
l.a- J'NON. J. II. JONES.
' U oinl.i rn .U'-'iit. Tii ki t A'"-nt
V. I'. JOIINs.N.(irn. IVeelijrer A!eLl.
(JAIIiO cr ST. LOUIS R. R.
ir. AV. SMITIIKIW, IJect-ivpr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AN I) ST. LOUIS.
Ihrouirh Exprefn l.ave" Cairo
Through Kxpre" arrive" at E. St Loui.
Ttirout'b Kxprera leaven E. I.oui...
Through Exnreca arrive" at Cairo .
8:4'. a m
.iur)Ii)horoacconimoilatii)nleave(i Cairo 1 :;J0 p ir
Muphyrburo Acc. arrive" at Murphyidioro 7:riO p.m.
Murjihyflioro Acc. leave" Murtdij-lioro .. 5:ta.ra.
Marpbttthoru Acc arrive at Cairo ll:liu.m.
The Cairo 4 St Lou! Rail Road 1 the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. I.oul urnier one
management, tb-refure there are no dilav at
nay :atu)ii aaitiiiir cnnn-ctiit. from other line.
ciot! and Hire contiei-tioiia at St. I.uuj with other
line for North, Eat and W, t
I . A
L M. JOHNmiN
QHIO tt MISSLSSlPri R'v.
TIME T.Uil.l. f'K I'AssF.MiElt
vim enxes I Ntiv. :!0.
i Day E.tpre"-, Kveept Sun layi
ti Kpie- ( Except Sunday!....'...
I Niubt Expr, i , Daily)
Expri'" lExcept sundavi
. 1 :'i" p. m.
1 IV. p. m.
.lj :!oa, in.
, . ti:itr, n. tn.
. 'i:' p. m.
1 a. in.
1 Day Eprei lEveept sundavi.
- Ni.-ht hxpre" Dailyi.
H. Cl.AiiK. C, S. C,ivc.
Ak'fU! Vinceun- ieU. Tieket A;' t Cincinnati
ST. LOUIS, I. M. tt S. R'y.
'airo Tii up Tt
Tea- Express ' Daiivl
...':j p. m
Coiiuects ut l I. arii-lon for Culiimbi:.'
Tev.i" Expri" i Daily
Ultii e and Passenger iirpoi o. Ohio l.evee.tlli
J. C. ZIMMER. Ajletl
D. .rni.t.. Divi-ion Sutierintetidenl
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE is2 STATE
(in and after Monday,
the following trips:
June 10, the boat will make
I.EAVIi LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth st Missouri Land'g, Kentucky Ld'g.
s a. in. H:m a. m. li a. in.
in a. n. il::!d a. m. 11 a.m.
v p. m. J:.m p. m. :) p m.
I p. in. 4:iKi p.m. r p. m.
p. in. J::1H p.m. a p. Ill
Hamburg Anternun Piieket Conimnj"s
AVcekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New York every Thursday nt 3 P. M.
FOR ENi.LAND. FRANCE AND OK It MANY.
Ticket to and from Europe ut lowest rates. For
passage apply to C. II. RICHARD CO..(ieneral
Passenger Agents, tit Rroailwav, New York, or to
H. WELLS, Cairo, Ills.
' si T rri
i TT r
s.2a t St3
S lv 2 s-so
SSI i a
S TVT Sa
m "ton o
3 g Jj g w
IS YOCIt UI.OOD PL'KE!
Now thin In an Important nili'lltlnn fur urltVimi,
iur and wholunoniB blooi (here can hu nr. nr.
led health, and without
ir iu . ... l...i.. . . j ... ...
.n n u, :iu iiuruen anil wanio. for Impure
blood the best medicine known la 1
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
ft lthe irreat Southern time tried and true rem-
( (lit ytiH iiiiiu ). in,,,ll,.ll.. ..li
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Tulli ll In III,, Vr,,l,.,. .1..... .. , ,, .
; , linn-, enpecia y lor m-
turn Mi-rnofmid ..f 11,.. l.i i . ' .1.1 . . . .
I, , .. ' """in luiiui lil io uiai
-eatonof the year; aud take It
AT ALL TIMES
Kor Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaints. Weak
"""S'lii t" Tumr Swelling, and the thou-
euuie irom impure blood.
rOIIX F. HENRY, CURRAX & CO.
COLLEGE I'LACE.NKW YORK.
') BARCLAY BROS., Wholejale Agvuta
dicine, not a drink.)
HOI'S, CLX'HU, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELI0N. And the I'i:re-t and llet Medical
all other Bitter.
au oieve or ttie Moinir.li, Bowel. Blood,
Liver. Mdney. itnd I'uluary Or.'an. Nervon.
S!eepleue." and especially Female Com
pliiini. Slft'tlN (.OLD
Will be puid f,.r a rae thei- will not cure or help
or for anything impute or injurious found iu
Ak your Drus.-tn tor Hop liitters and trv
them before you i-ieep. Take no other.
Hol-CoCdit Ct iiK i the weetet. afet and
bet. Ak Children.
The Hoe Fad for Stomach. Liver and
i superior to all other. A-k Druj
I. C. I anaholute and Irrefutable nm r.r
drunkennei-. ue of opium, tobacco and nar
cotic,. Send for circular.
All above old In- ilr.iiri'i!.
Hop Bitter Manufacuiritii; Co.. Rochetcr, N. Y.
TO 'iioo A YEAR, or $5 to
i" a day in vour ow n lovallty
No risk Wumen do a weii
a men. Manv make more
than the amount slated
above. No one can fail tn
make money fast.
Anv one can do the work. Vim
can make irom rmc to J.'aii hour by devolln your
evenings and spare time to the btiiness. It costs
t.nthiiikt to try the business. Nothing like it for
money making ever often d before. Hu-iness pea
at.', and strictly honorable. Header, if you want to
know all about the be-t paying business before the
public, send us your address and we will ,t'iid von
full particular and Private terms freeHMmiit..d
.-..r,i, et. r- :. ...... ' '--.l'-
....iC, a,,, u,:.-, tun rau men mane
nnna iir vonrseii. Addrea
4JCO. Portlaud. Maim-
Highest Mfdiil at Vienna I'liiladeliiliif.
E.&H. T. ANTHONY & CO,
ry.M Hi'cwdway, New York".
Vol vet Frames, Albums, dra pin wipes,
Stereiisi'opes ami Views, Emrrav
iiu's. Cliroinos. Pliotoiriaphs,
And Kindred Cood -Celebrities. Actresc
are ll'-ad.iu irters for Eu-rvthin.'
iu t!ie way of
Stci'eoiticoiis. hk Lanterns
E.uh style lieine the liest of its ela
iu the market.
Beautiful Photographic Transparencies of Statu
ary and Engraving? lor the window.
Convex gla-. Manufacturer of Velvet Frame
for Minintiires and Convex (das, Picture.
Catalogue of Lanterns and Siides, with direc
tions for using, sent on receipt of ten cuuts. :i-mo-
BLACKSMITH AND WAliOXMAKKK.
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. You cau give the
business a trial without expense.
The best opportunity ever offered fus
those willing to work. You should
trv Iloihlliu else till van see for votir
s If a hat you can do at the business we oiler. No
loom to explain here. You can devo.e all ur
time or only your spare time to the business, 'ami
make great pay for "Very hour thai you work
women niiike u much a men. Send for special
private terms and particulars, which we mall tree.
S.'iouttit free. Don't complain of hard time while
you have such a chance. Address 11. IIALLETT A
TI-I 1 S !
If you would regain health and strength, without
the ue of drugs, try llcach a improved Electric
Sponge licit, which we will send t ri . Agents
wauled. Address W. C. IIEAcif S. Job
"Ann and Hammer llratid,"
Ii-Carb Soda I Saleratus
Which U the sitine ihine.
ABSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY PURE!
Impure. Itl l nrb Soda or Saleralusi which Is the
sainetnliigilsol ii sllglillv dirtv white color tl
mav appear white, examined by ltif, ,ui i-iiM
PARIson wiril cill lii iiJlV, cos' '.Arm i d
llammer" llnind will show tln-dlilerence
..Ni,"i.i,-li!!-HUr ':l,1,'''l!lll.', n1"' lhM" fSiMla Is while
and I I Mi, a should be all s,mr aubslmiceii
used for loud.
Housekeeper who profer bread made with vensi,
will improve Its tuallty.inake It rise belter and pre-
vent It from souring, by adding one bull lensi n-
lill ol Church A; Co, s Soda or Kulcratiis. n sure
and not use too much milk, Tlio ue of this in nref
I'rence to halting powder, save twenty tlmos Its
See (Hie lmiltld Miicl-.a -u for v.ilm.V,, I
mid rctul cur'-rully,
SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER.
No organ of Ihonahtor action ran be employed
without the asBlatanie of the blood, and no riraii
can be employed nalely or with impunitv without a
Bupplv of healthy blood. With healthy blood the
exurcleUoriaii become well developed, whether
L.?t ,l,?,I.muBCIl,r or Intellectual. Bvtbeueol
FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYRUP OK HYPO
PHOSPHITES the blood la speedily vitalized and
punned, and o made capable of produciui; a nound
mind and a found body.
"PerMajn, miiferlng from Impure- blood, or whose
health 1 giving way, either a minllerH or those
who study c0ly, will find in the Svrup the mate-
to build them ut). and the tnule I,, L,.,.,. ,l,u,
, , , I'nrspiKi.ii. Mr., March. U7i.
Jin. Jamks I. 1-gu.ows-iiear Sir: Durln? tho
pact two rear I Imvn pIv.oi .our r,,,.i uT.
ot Hypophophite9 a fair thus;h somewhat severe
trial In niv practice, and ma able to apeak with ron
fldeuceof lUellects.' In restoiln? persons suffer
JiiiC from etnaclutlon aud the debility following dip
theria. It ha dono wonders. I constantly recom.
mend its ue In all atleclioiis of the throit and
lune. Ill ebral CBea
Elven relief, and the patients are fast recoverlnu':
anion these ure eonsumptives and old bronchial
subject, whose diseases have resisted the other
modes of treatment. For Impaired digestion, and
u fact for debility from any cause, I know of nolh
ncequal to ii Its direct effect In strenthenine
the nervous svitem render" tt animl.i.. r... .i
Jority of diseases. I am, sir. yours trulv.
WM. S, HOWE, M. I).
Note. -It I OIllv the lnHe..nJ..,o ,.nli
and uuselt sh physician who can alTord to prescribe
this remedy. Experience has proved this The
njrh.'st els medicul men iu erery larire city where
it i known, recommend it.
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND TII
, AFI'LICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
'S PIT Ii"! Tl'TT h!"' succeed-
l l-Kf CI. e nr,,.,.,,l . .'"
V e AiX. -l.I UCAIMV 11
ins tne neretolore an
latonistlc Qualities of
md a Purifying Tonic.
Their first annareiit of.
'ei-i is hi mrrau the ap
petite1 by causing the
iooq to proper v ass nil
aie. inusiiiesvHtem is
lonrished. and l,v tb..is
'onto action on the diges
live ore-ail. reL'iilnr unit
beulthy evueuatious are
lhe ran ditv with
wuicn the licrsons lake
CURE FEVER and Agti
.... .! . !. ...1.', ..' .
m uuu Hiiue unuer ine
nnuenceof these pills
ndicates their adupta
dlily to nourish the hod
CURE BILIOUS CVl.lC
-. hence their efficacy in
tiring nervous deb tv
vat'n? of the muscles
lilggisbness of the ver
hronic constipation. and
iiiparung nea tb and
URE TORPID I.IVEI
-iietigtn tr the system
oui eM'rvw nere.
PRICE -a CENTS.
M Murrav Street.
NEW YORK. .
il' IIIIW .lit. ii
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
under the above
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
imineuiate renei warrnnieu. I'ermuiieiit cure
guarali!eed .ow exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physician of Europe and America, becoming a
-iane, iiarnness ami iienamo Heuieuy on Doth
continents, i ne Highest Medical Academy of
runs rckorts n cures out ornm case within three
days. Seeret-The onlv dissolverof the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists In the lilood of Rheumatic
and Ootity Patients. $1 a box; boxes for J5.
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physician. Sold bv all tirtiirglsts Address
WASHBURN ik CO.,
Onl) linport'jrs' Dpot '.'li Ilroadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY IUtOS.. and Druggists
rn 1 12
tv it A no iiij
J. T. WAIIKEN' CO.
(iU- HOW. Second sr. .
Foreign mid Domestic dried and canned I'rulls iiml
Vcgelabk's. Canned, dried and salt Flsli, Pick
les, Sauces, Oils uud Condiments. Soup
sttttl's, Huklng Powders, ground and
whole Spices. Toilet and Laiindrv
Soups, Seed. Jellies, Preserves
Fancy lirocerlcs and Cro
Stock Miiptiralldeil in the West.
SEND FOE OUI "UROCEKS" MANUEL,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, April 30, 10 a. m,
Wheat-May, fl 13; June. 112.
Pork-May, I0 OO; June, f 10 17"..
Oats -Cash, 2!).
Corn-May, 30;; June, ;jfli4'.
K.W YORK ORAI.V.
New York, April 30, 12;04 r.M.-
wiieat-irrcgular-Xo. 3 Red Winter, 1 28
fe4 5 Winter, 1 201 29; No. 2
Amber, nominal; Chicago, 1 201 23;
No. 2 Milwaukee If 1 23011 24.
Corn - timet No. 2. .in
WAsiiixriTON, April 2a.-Members ami
hangers-on of the old district rinrand a few
original Grant men revived sufficiently this
evening to give a complimentary dinner to
tne notorious "Boss Shepherd." Among the
distinguished guests were Belknap of post
tradership fame and Judge Miller of the su
preme court of eight to seven fame.
C APITAL NOTES.
Washington, April 39. The house com
mittee on education and labor ordered a fa
vorable report to he made to the house
upon the bill "to constitute a commission to
report on the amendment of the orthogra
phy of public documents."
acklen's c ase.
The judiciary committee having discov
ered further material, will continue their
investigation of tire Acklen case, and do
not now expect to reach a report for several
The Alliance has not yet been ordered to
the Newfoundland fishing banks.
TnK PUBLIC DEBT.
rti i . .
i tie iicot statement for April,
thought, will show a decrease of
The treasury department purchased 4;M,
000 ounces fine silver for delivery at the
Philadelphia ahd San Francisco mints.
nr. wiiMiA iiiLMi LAY AT TWO PERIODS
OK II Eli LIKE.
Behold her at eleven.
IT t l , - .
iicr u tn us uuiettcroil bv tlir Inmr a-irfc
oi conventionality, she runs, she romps, she
climbs lences, she leaps, she kicks, she
1 . . . 3
sinus on me ice ponus, sue rolls hoops, she
ruus races and is as fleet of foot as the
oojs. iicr appetite is good, her cheeks
ros, ana tier movements tinrttinsrinnai
iiei j;iiiii in tweniv. o more
Joes she run or jump or roll the boon, run
races or slide on the ice. It is not "propft"
now or ladyike, and she couldn't if 'she
would, lor she is fettered by lontr skirts
w-in snot's aim IlLMIter Stavs. Herinm-n
mnn) l.nu I.. .1
""ul IUIILTLT lilt! linCOnsClOUS irriu-n
of chtlilhood. for now wlinn ilo uii-e
aoroail she walks to btt looked at, which
now in her estimation is the main object of
walking. She is already iu delicate honltli
, ' --iw "inia
and has a doctor who urcscribes evtn.na!v,.
advice and prescriptions for ,rr,
nud ascribes her complaint to
anything and everything but the
real cause. That is simply the fettering of
her body with fashionable clothes.
cully she i. now a prisoner At eleven she
was free. The doctor advises travel, but l,.
loesn't advise her to take oil' ami keen nlf
her fashionable fetters. She wouldn't do
so if he did, and he wouldn't advise her if
lie knew it would bring relief, for she
would no longer believe in a doctor who
would make her dress like a "t'ttv:" nml
being dressed like a "guy" is dressing ,iif.
ferent from the style prescribed by al'aris
modiste. Diana never could hunt in u
trailing skirt, narrow, fight, high-heeled
gaiters, and a pinched, corseted waste, but
Diana with a belted tunic and tin lettered
limbs would be bounced oil' llroadwnv bv
tne nearest policeman. Dressing for health
and freedom of limb and body is one tiling
and dressing for fashion quite" another. A
man couldn't endure the ninchino- nn,l en.
itmbrances peculiar to feiuine attire for an
hour, and a pretty spectacle he'd make
rushing ubotit in such during business
hours. Yet the "weaker sex" wear double
the encumbrances of the so-called strone-er.
To "dress" at all after the style uses up half
a womnn's time ond two-thirds of her
strength. New York Graphic.
Mrs. Winslow's Sooth 1 no Syri p. Rev.
Sylvnnus Cobb thus writes in the Boslon
Chiistian Freeman: We would by no
means recommend any kind of medicine
hieh we did not know to bu good- narti.
ctilarly for infants. But ot Mi. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup we can sneak front know.
ledge; in our own family it has nroveil n
ssing indeed, by giving an infant tronbl-
1 with colic pains, unlet sleeo. nml the
parents unbroken rest at night. Most parents
can appreciate theso blessings. Hero is an
article which works to perfection, and which
is harmless; for tho sleep which it ull'ords
the infant is perfectly natural, and tho little
cherub awakes as "bright as a button."
And during tho process u" teething, its
value is incalculable. We havo frequently
heard mothets say that they would not bo
without it lrom tho birth at tho child till It
Intd finished with the teething siege, on any
consideration whatever. Sold by all drug
gists. 85 cents a bottle. '
St. Luuli Law Journal.
Just at tho close of the "lato unpleasant
ness," when pricely fortunes had been,
swept away, two distinguished lawyers in
Alabama formed a partnership. One was
an ex-judge, the other had been a member
of the United Statea and Confederate con
gresses, and neither of whoso disabilities
had been removed. In discussing their
changed financial status and the probability
ot building up a practice, and of obtaining
pardons one of them remarked," Well,John,it
seems now as if we would land cither in the
poor house or in the penitentiary." A few
days afterward the new firm received for'
collection a claim lor four thousand dollars.
After much trouble a compromise was ef
fected by which one-half of the original
amount was collected. Alee of ono thou
sand dollars was retained, and as one of
tho partners was dividing this, the first .
fruits of their labor, with the other, ho said,
"Jim, this don't seem much like wo are ou
our way to the poor house, does it?"
"No," replied Jim, "but d d if it don't
look like we had started lor the other
SALETY FROM A PESTILENTIAL 8C0UH0E
Protection from tho disease, not a medi
cinal agent which merely checks the par
oxysms, is the grand desideratum wherever
tho endemic scourge of malaria prevails.
Quinine does not afford this nrotection.
Tho chief reason why Ilostetter's Stomach
nuters lias won such immense popularity
is that it prepares the system to resist tho
malarial pest. This it does by bracing,
and toning the physical organism ; regulat
ing and promoting an equal flow and dis
tribution of the animal fluids, and psDih-
hshiug digestion on a sound basis. Not
only is fever and ague prevented, but tho
worst types of the disease are conquered
by it. Such is the only just conclusion to
be drawn from tho overwhelming evidenco
ill ltS tavor. "It 13 COUallv pffienrlniia In
lyspepsia, constipation, liver comnhunt
aud general debility, and rheumatic com
plaint, and is a reliable diuretic and ner
"An Old Physician s Advice." Couihs
colds, asthma and other pulmonary affec
tions should be looked to and promptly
treated in time and thus all serious results
may be avoided, and foe- this purpose we
know of no better remcdv than '!.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry." Tho first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in a
very short time. Try a 2.') cent bottle and
be convinced, and you will thus avoid a
doctor's bill, and most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Trice 23 cents and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles fi. The large size is the
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swayne
&. Son :i;i0 North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
Cheap Hack Fare. For many years
New Yorkers have been trying to secure as
cheap hack hire as they have in Loudon and
Paris, but hacking seems still to be a luxury
with them, which only the rich can indulge
in. Why hack at all ? Hall's Balsam will
positively cure all hacking coughs and
Why Are You Billiocs? Iiecause you
have allowed your bowels to become cos
tive, mid liver torpid. Use Kidney-Wort to
produce a free state of the bowels, and it
will stimulate the liver to ptoper action,
cleanses the skin of its yellowness, cures
billions hctdachc, and causes new life iu
the blood. Druggists have it.
The Reason Why. The tonic effect of
Kidncv-Wort is produced bv its cleansing
and purifying action on tho blood. Where
there is a gravelly deposit in the ttrino. or
milky, ropy urine from disordered Kidneys,
it cures without fail. Constination nml
piles readily yield to its catharitic and
Malaria Destroyed. G. A.J.Ondl mis
of Brockville, Canada, certifies that he was
prostrated by a malarial disease contract!-.!
in Texas, and was quickly and comnlelolv
cured by the use of Warner's Safe Pills and
Safe Bitters. He adds: "I shall never
travel in that climate without your Safo
Pills and Bitters as a nart of niv outfit."
Read the following; Salt Rheum Cured.
1 had Salt Rheum on my hand for two
years; I tried every doctor" I could hear of.
me suivcs, ointments and soaps with
out number; nothing benefitted inc. A
50c. bottle of Giles' Liniment Iodine Am
monia cured 1110 in less than a week. A
Roamihe, 102 West Thirty-second street, N.
Y. Giles' Pills cures Headaeb. Sold bv
all druggists. Send fur nnimililot. Tie
Jiles. 120 West Rroadwav. X. V Trial
size 'i" cents,
Brown's H(iisi:ihi,d Panacea is tin.
most effective pmn destroyer in tho world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relievo pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in tho side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is tho great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" r-hould bu
m every family. A teaspoonful of tho Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed timo, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
Muni Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge- Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to bo abso
lutely sure In eradicating worms, so IiurtfuV
to children. Twenty-live cents a box.
Better Times. Tho business revival
and new era of prospciity which is now
fairly Inaugurated, is in keeping with tho
increased liValth and 'happiness seen all over
tho land, aud is ono of tho results obtained
from tilt) introduction of Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure. "Tho changes wrought
by this remedy," says ilev. Dr. llarvcr
"seem but little less than miraculous."