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CA1B0. ILLIN0I8. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1882.
Tri'unuriT T J. Kerth,
t i. rk-lJcnuin. J, Koley.
OouimulorWin. B. Ullbert.
Mamhal-L. H. Meyera,
llKrny WUhkiu Hendricks.
BOAHU (If IMIIHKIH
tfirnt WardWin. Mdlale.T. M. Klrabrotmh.
Second Ward-Jene llmkle, C, N. tlUtfhtsa.
Third Wrd-l). IT, Blake, Jolin Wood.
K'punli Ward C'barlei U. 1'atler, Adoiph Swo
;odit. Kifih Wrd-T. W. llallldav. Brnut B. Pattlt.
nrfll'.l J.lliji) 1). ' UMt.
Circuit Clem A. II lrvla.
Comity JudK It. S Vociun.
County Clem S. J. Hiimm.
County Attorucy-J. M. Damron.
County Tn-nKurvr Milet W. I'arker.
Sheriff John Hod".
Coroner It Fltaiteralrj
County CominUiilotii;r-T. W. Ualliday, J. A.
Olblm and Peter aui.
C MK' UUTIsr. -Corner Torith and Poplar
yatreet; preaching tlr.t aud taird Suudaya In
eac h mouth. 11 a m. a"l?:U t m ; prayer meet
iLir Tliurdy, T: p. tn i Sunday ochool, :) a.m
" Key. A. J. HBSS Paator.
tHirUCH OF THE KED E KM KK (Episcopal)
Fourteenth atreet; huuday 7:00a in., Uoly
tie hart; a m., Sunday arnoul; tl OJa.m.,
Morning I'raverv, te.ou p. m., KyenlnK Prayera. F.
p. Jiavnpiri, T. hector.
1M1.M M1SM0NAKV HAPTIST CHCKCa.
J 1TT.' Mis at id:) a. n... 3 p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
.Vl,-e-). ,.ho"l at 7 :) p. m hv. T. J. Bborea,
(1 i UK IAN -Thirteenth atreot; aerrli! Bab-
ha'ti 1:S" a. m ; Sunday achooljp. m. Rev
ai.uppc &: T.
MftVlHutilST Cor F-Uhth and Walunt itreeta,
iTenchlnu Sabbath ll;Ciia. m. and7:W p.m.
stiodar Scieio! at .t:' p in. Key. J. A. Bcarrelt,
1 h r H Y T K K I A N K Ifth th atreet; preacnluK on
l-alibath at Jl:' a. m. and 7 :30 p. m.; Drayer
n... tin fcedueaday at 7:1) p.m.; Sunday ScUol
at tip m. Kcv li. . 'Jeore, pastor.
L - I ,ti F I'll h -Itotnan Catholic) Corner Croal
0 ar.d Wn.nut itreeta; i.-rvtcea Sabbath 10 1 a.
a.; Sunday School t i p. m. ; Vi-per 3 p m.; aer
nee' everday at a. ra. Key. U'llara, Prtot.
,'-T. I'A I !U'K'S I'Kotuan Catholic) Corner Ninth
!5 T'it and Wahtcfon atonaa; aervtcet Sab
oath and H) a. m ; Veapen s p. n..; Sunday School
1 p. m. 1,-rvicea every day at a a m. R. MasUMHon
K. Ii. TIME CARD AT CAUiU-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TRUSS KlVkKT. TRAhB AHRtTI.
Mali .S:W a.m I tMah ' a.m
TAccom datton.il tin a m Kxurei-i U :0 a.m
iKxpri-M 8 . p m Acomdatlo ..4:l5 p.m
C. ST. L. N. 0. li. tt. (Jackaon Haute).
tMall - 4:4M.ltHill -- 4 p.m
tKiprea M::)a m tBxpref 10:i)tm
tAc'tnodattun : :0p m
ST. L. t i". K K
Accoia'datloo. 1 .W p.ra
ST. L . I . M
(Narrow Gauge )
Accom'datloL ll:iOa m
A S. It K
tEinrcaa 2 1 t m
u-itiin kT Idl'ia PACIFIC H'T CO.
Ml! i Ki .... 5.').m Mall 4 Kt.... :Si) p m
Accom'dat'.on i:3' p m 1 1 Aecom'dation 11:10 a m
Da ly except Sundiy. t Uallr.
M0BILK4 0HI0B. R'.
Mall J-.Ma. m. IMall :10p. m.
LLLN'OIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis ami Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino liunuin
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikeot Connkotion
Thaim Lxati Catbo:
:i.or n in. Mail.
ArrlvltiBln St. Lonla a m ; Cbicaiso. V .Wp.m. ;
Counecnun at ttdln and Ktfluijbam for Cincin
nati, Loutavtik". Indlanapolia and point Eaat.
11:11) H.iii. ft. I,ouln tinil Wwtrn
Arriving In St. Lou'.i 7 :U5ri. m., and connecting
for all point! Wen.
a. DO p.m. Fit Exprpaa
tor St. Loula and chlcaRo, arrlvica; at St. Loull
0 MO p.m., and Chicago 7 a m
:j;,"SO p m. 'irn'innfiti Kxpreaa.
Arrlvlnij al Cincinnati T :"" a m.; I.ouivl!le 6:'J
a m.; Indliiiiapolla 4 10 a.m. raaoenni-n ny
thi train reach the above point 1 to 30
UuCKS In advance of auy other route.
IfThe 3:51 p. m eiirea hat PULLMAN
MKKI'lNi CAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
chanui, and through alnepera to St. Loali and
Fust Time East.
1 aSM llKt lN orn points without ny dlay
caunod bv Sunday lntTVnlntf. Tho Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrlvea In new Yo'k Monday
nnrnlugat l":to. Thirty-all hoara lu advanreof
a otlior route, ...
l'f-Kor through tlcknta hnd rther Information,
apn'.V at Illltiola Central Railroad Dupol, Cairo.
11 T ,?. II, JONES, TIcxutAB-mt.
A.n. HANSON. n. I'aoa. Agent. Chicago
EOKOE II. LEACH, M. U.
lhvrioian and Surgeon.
Special iiiinntlon paid to tho llomoopthlc treat
tni'tit of mirglcal dltuaui, and dlauiaei of women
omoc: tin lit h atrnot, oppoalto the l'oat Office
R W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFFICE Klulita Htmrt, near Comnarclal Avann
U. K W. WIIITLOCK,
Urnui-No. tu Commercial Atanoa, between
KKhOand Ninth Strau
rpnECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinoi..
71 OniO LEVEE.
A General Hanking' business
Con J ucted.
JNTKRl'RISE HAVING BANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BAN K.
THOrt. W. HALLIDAY,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN VHK. CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATlKIt & CO.,
Oor. Nineteenth treet I Puinn Til
Commercial ATenoef l;all U 111
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
WhoIeKale Dealer in Ice.
ICE PYTUE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WEL1
!''.KED FOR 8II1TPING
Oar Loadw a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street aiid Levee,
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAINS BCN AS FOLLOWS.
OH AVT ArTBS H05DAT, OCTOBEa II.
t7- .J Vlltl... ...... A.m ....nl
niimi iuii Jiail iwoe .auu, c.nrr ui. o&.cii
Sunday, at 8:15 a m. Arrir.i at Eaat St. Loula at
sup. id ArriTuaai v.iro ai : w p. m.
Accommodation arrivea at 11:40 a. m. and de
paru at 1:00 p. m.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, July Jl, au i until further
notlc. tho ferryboat Throe Sttix will ruaaa noar
aa poaalblaon the following time table:
MATH LlAVIt LIAT18
Foot Fourth at. Miaaonrl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
A :3ft a. m.
S 30 "
l;M p, m.
7:oo a. m.
a.-:) p. m.
7:30 a. ra.
g: ) "
Foot Fourth it. Kentucky Ld'g. Mlaaourt Land'g.
4:0) p. m. 4:3u p.m. 6:10 p.m.
On lat trip leaving KentU"kv landing at 4:30o'clock
p. ra , the noat wilt go to Bird Point, making con
ncctlon with T itSt.L. peongor train for Cairo.
Firm trip at ::') a. m. luavlng Cairo. Will connect
with T. St. L. train leaving Cairo.
JAMES KELCII& CO.
ll. T. OEROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
AND OAS FITTERS,
DRIVR WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FL'ltNlSIIED AND PUT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, GAS FIX
Or all klndafurnlnhudtoordor, old (Utnrca re
bronaed; Jonblng promptly attended to. Orders
received at Danlul Ua-tmaa'i or at tho abop,
COMMERCIAL AVEM'E BETWEEN
NINETII AND TENTH 8TRBBT8,
CAIRO .... ILLS.
W. F. Lambdih, rlrer editor or Cat nn.t.rTit
and ateamboat paiaenzer ai.-at. Ord'-r for hI!
klndi of ateamhoat Job printing aollcltud. 0:)!c
at Bower'f European Hotel, No. "i Ohio luvec.
STAGES OF THE IlIVKIl.
Tho river marker! by tlm gmitjn lar
eveDing at this purr, 11 I'tut ami
9 innhes aud falling.
Pittsburgh, Dec. 70 p. m River 3 feet
4 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 70 p. m. River 10
feet 4 inches and riBing.
Louisville, Dec. 70 p. in. River 0
feet 8 inches arjd rising.
Nashville, Dec. 70 p.m. River 5 feet
0 inches and falling.
St. Louis, D'!C. 7 0 p.m. River 9 feet
2 inches and fulling.
, The U. P. Schenck h still lying nt the
narrow freight wirel)om
The Clinton for Memphis from St. Loui?
passed down lst night with a good trip.
The Andy Bautn left Memphis lust even
ing for Cincinati and is due here to-morrow
Won't the railroads running from Cuim
to St. Louis have a dandy time when the
The Belle Memphis from St. Louis Ht'tt r
receiving considerable freight here yester
day departed for Vicksburg at 3 p. in.
The new steamer ll'lena, Cpt. Ii' ine
gan master, left St. Lou's l-ist evening mi l
is due here this evening.
The Cons Millar arrived here yesterday
1 p. m. She bad a very good t rip, receivt-d
30 deck and 8 cabin passengers, dirclrrg-d
and received some freight ; left for Mem
phis at 3:10 p. m.
The Will Ky! from 'w Orleans is
due early this morning. She has yOO tons
of freight on board ; have not been informed
whether she will try to get any umber up
the river than here.
The J. H. Ilillman from Nashville is
overdue here and is looked for at tiny mo
ment cn her arrival. She will diseliarije
her trip and turn back for the bore town of
the wild suwanee.
A telegrom from Capt. John Scuddcr,
president of the Anchor line at 6t. Louis
was receivsd here yesterday morning, or
dering all the boats of this fine line to&v.p
here on their up trip as the river ut S:.
Louis was freezing over.
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati is on
her way down for New Orleans, but it is
questionable whether she will uet through
or not. The Vint Shinkle of the Memphis
and Ohio river packet line is also eurouto
from Cincinnati for Memphis.
The steamer Indiana owned by the Neal
Brothers of Madison, Ind., and commanded
by Capt. Stut Neal, on one of her famous
trips from Louisville to New Orleans, some
years aro, cleared $9 1,000, her pissenuer
register amounted to $6,800. That was
Bteamboating worth talking about. Sudi a
thing will never occur again in the future
history of western steamers. The Indiana
made agreat fortune for her owuers and the
Richmond owned by the same parties lost
it for them.
The Gus Fowler owning to the very
heavy wind which was blowing at Piduc ih
yesterday was detained until noon and ar
rived here at 5:80 p. m. yesterday, She
had a largo passenger trip and received the
same for her return trip. The officers of
the Fowler reported a very disastrous fire
which occurred atPaducah yesterdny morn
ing at 3 o'clock. Several of the leading
"business houses of the city were tk-nroved
entirely by the conflagration, also the south
ern hotel on Broadwuy was in the number
of buildings lost.
The cold unfriendly winds of the north
paid Cairo a very sudden and unoxpeefid
visit Wednesday evening without a mo
ments warning, being so bitterly abrupt and
uncouth we were not prepared to pay due
respect to its uncermotiiotis debut. I!ut of
course we had to make the beet ol it. The
wind blew a perfect gale all night and con
tinued all day yesterday with au iiirreasu
of several degrees in the temperature; forty
oight hours more of such weather will pl.icc
yo river reporter where Othello was "inn
ted and without occupation." . So with the
balance of the marines wo will have to t ike
a tumble and go into winter quarters.
"Woman Aud Her Diseases"
is the title of an interesting treatis.) (00
pages) sent, post-paid, for three stamps.
Address World's Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation, Buffalo, N. Y.
Pube Cod LivebOil made from selected
livers, on thesea-shore, by Ctswell, Hazml
fc Co, New York. It is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have one u taken
it prefer it to all others. Physicians hue
decided it superior to any of tho other oils
Chapped IIands, Face, immpi.kj, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Snap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
Agrarian outrages are reported still de
creasing in Ireland.
Anew civil-servico roform bill will be in
troduced in congress Tuesday.
The monitor Puritan was successfully
launched at Chester yesterday morning.
Tiie Boers are driving tho Citrlrs into
caves ami then blowing them up withdyna
nite. Tho Sr. Louis tobacco manufactures
unite in calling for a repeal of the tobacco
The proposed cession of Dakota Indian
lands Ins received the sanction of 20,000
A child nine years old was sim ttiered in
the burning of a Cncinuati tenement Wed
nesday. It is reported that England refuses to
cnvrit to a French protectorate over Mad
agascar. The Pennsylvania house of represent t
tives will consist of 113 D.in ocrats and 83
l'-ys' s-s S. Grant, Jr., has sold his Njw
Yoik riMiience fur fOOO and 15,000 acres
ot Flmida land.
A suit for 1 1,000 damages has been filed
itoainst John A. Cockerill for the killing of
.V. W. Slayb tck.
It is expected all the leaders iu the Egyp
tian ubcllion will be pardoned except
Sa'.t iman Pasha.
I 'olds yield to onions like magic, but
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup is a still better am!
by ftrmoie agreeable means of curing a
eld or'coub. You can buy a bottlu for
25 cen:s at tiny drill? store, and wo are sure
it will do th work every time.
Lydi:i E. Pinkham's Vegetable C' m
iioiiml ranks first as a curative SLf tit iu all
complaints peculiar to women.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is render- d when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints aud weakness so common to our
It-male population. Etery woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A sitiL'le rr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty emits a bottle Sold by Han., W.
Utilizing Skim Milk au l YTby.
Prof. Mueller, of Berlin, has recently
call.d a'.t.-iition in a Germ-'iu paper to
tl great importance of this matter,
itii'l has described some improved meth
o'N of pr. vrvution, devi.-ed for the pur-
-: of increasing the ue of skim-milk
u:.d ui"- in that city. Ho urges that
the c'.ic ' "a.-ons why so little tiso has
hitherto bot-n made of these products
iu populous places are the ignorance
whie'i prevails in respect to their high
ph;, -i'llooical value as food: the lack of
pr.ii'tical knowledge as to the manifold,
UM'tUl. (ind appetizing purposes which
thev could be made to serve in cooking
ami baking; and particularly the dilli
cultv of marketing such cheap and per
ishable niaterils. t. t. of transporting
them cheaply, and of preserving them
eiivctively for periods long enough to
relieve both buyer and seller front anx
iety us to the risk of spoiling. With re
gard to the trouble last mimed, he con
siders it. good us proved that partial
concentration of skim milk, or of whey,
by evaporating in vaccuum pans, will
be sufficient for all ordinary require
ments. By evaporating skim milk to
ono fourth or one-fifth its bulk a pro
duct is obtained which can be kept
without specitl care for a week or a fort
night, according to the season and tho
temperature. Whey concentrated to
one-seventh or one-eighth its bulk, or
still further, or even to dryness, If it is
to be carried far, is by no meaos an eas
ily perishable article. It has, in fact,
long been prepared, in a somewhat
crinla way, in Norway, and in Switzer
land. As regards the city of Berlin at
the present; time, the concentration of
whey seems to bo more important than
preservation, of skim-milk, since the
common practice there is to sell, in its
natural state, as much skim-milk ns
there is demand for, and to make cheeso
of the remainder. Tho whoy thus ob
tained was formerly thrown away, be
pause of th" difficulty of keeping u largo
number of bogs in the city. The con
cent rated whey has been found, practi
cally, to servo'an extremely useful pur
pose in breinlmaking. Prof. Mueller re
marks that the quality of the bread is
surprisingly improved, nud thai, for this
particular purpose, whey is decidedly
lietter than fresh milk.
"Everything is going up," Dick Prin
die's vifn would uay when Dick caino
Inline to dine. Soinc.tiinws tho canned
beef had taken a jump, and soino days
the buiu-r was so high they could scarce
ly reach it, while at all other times
she'd cacklo about the eggs, how they'd
taken a leap. It was rather rough on
Dick who worked hard for .fl a day, for
when she found how things were going,
she up and procured a divorce from hiin
on the grounds of mill-support (delicient
wan I robe).
"How ar you, Dick?" said a friend,
meeting him 'shortly after. What's tho
"Ah! said Dick, soberly, "Every
thing's goncMip now!" ('ipt Ann Ai
A Western paper states that punched
coins are more numerous In tlm saloon
than in tho contribution box. Thi
would Indicate that the smaller coin
are uot punched in tho West.
The Tale of a ohicken-Eone,
HV Kim.NK J. HALL.
ni ant In tho cur cn tho suit nhr-ad;
II'T liinr wit wavy, tin.) ulinust red;
ll.-r voice lia-l n ilulret linn';
Her 1 n-i. was lnveiv. her lni.lv H4 lilnnd;
Hie IumI In l.er pi ( t f v nud slender huli'l
A mwu-y chit K n-luiio.
Tier teeth were peif. I, ntid wl.tt. as Ullik,
Her Ill-heft . itl Ml' I it- .,,t H, Hjl
All'l Iter eves v: h .; I te!(,r lii.iie;
fi' MIO till, j .111-, mm I lull of fun,
Willi In in. h. v.nli n e- ... ,. ui,- lih pun,
Sue ii.holetl li. r el,ir-;en-b..nt;.
Pile shook her Iw ml, ni;d she trH-ei her thin;
She twi-tetl i.er red L.titii" out an In;
.-HO l'l!e. . - ',q, M ,,!,
Sl.e idled upwind her pu ny in-se;
fill- -ll..Wr.ll tlie-lf p,., (,',-, III dlillllt DOSQ,
And miit.-i the II ... .r u illi l.t i leet.
fireiisy nud liroMn, on l.ei- llnirf r-tlp,
Hie.liioillit the liniie Iu her ;..v,.. ,ip,
Willi a ,l y-iitiir-c -I I . ii pi ttirt wn
At a ymiiii wliii luuk. d nt l.t r while flio lunch
ed, Who snt ntid MiRhct whiif. slio munched and
Tho meiii from l.er clileUeii-liono.
Awkwnnl mid uhy, t.f n rust c moll,
W th M-.inty tilil-'oiehe td llu.Xeil ynld,
II-' inke In n p pie;.' lime.
He'd it I. umiii liinli and n liuitrnl I nlr:
lie w Id-pet ell Itiw, with a w i: till stare,
'I Wl-h IV H 1 1. it .keti-b'.ni;!"
I tjnnd:v smiled nt Hie n.1.1 eniicclt
A novel -itl.J. et tu em I, nnd eat,
To miit-cii with a niaiilen's jnw;
To tin -pined iii.il .luno tu ii e.l drown,
To he ni ped, tu tie nn' d nii. I l lien swallow
Liko coi n in a "olilekeu's craw."
He henvo.l n cnpti. nf di-mnl dlii,
With res very "mil In lnn t in nitiK eye4.
A- 'he upward ened ill him,
Vi'i ha lium'li and a tu-s of her thoiijjhtle-s
''VVI ni a hi.y itno-e von are," she Sllid
"I've itoniln"(l to iimiry Jim!"
O (my coquette nf ti e nulnini I slr!
O .Vt arnini' ynulh id the w;siinl taiel
Yen will jireel my j;iizi. im n,.i'".
TheioV mtlliv II I'.Ve Him s ii-i i-r tnM;
Tl'eie nr.- nt.ili'iiiH yet in .e mi 1 y suid
By the tlnti wh in ih. v n l u e.
G LEANING 3,
'Tl a vr-ry p-end world that wo live In
To lend, to sp. tid. or to five In
Hut to lien', or to borrow, or imM a mtin's own,
"lis Just the w. rst world tliitt everwa-known.
Five sixths of the receipts of the most
succ'Ssiul New York theater go lo prt
The Chattanooga Titiisx sas large
numbers of farmers fmni Oaio, Indiana
and Illinois are .-eitling in tl,., section
pontigiiotis to Chattanooga.
At a recent Vermont s.jiiiri'el hunt
by two teams of eighteen nen each, tho
winners counted l.S.UL) ) to tho losers'
Vermont has 211,00') less pupps and
023 less teachers than she had thirty
years ago, although since then the
population has increased about six per
Beecher has looked over several Sun
day-school libraries and it is his candid
opinion that eighteen books out of every
twenty nee too l..o-.hy for nny intelligent
child to read. "
A grocer in Columbus, Ohio, caught
a rat and put a bell on him, and 10 days
afterward .-ays the identical rodent was
captured in a warehouse in Cincinnati.
Do rats tramp?
There arc ,'L'i) benevolent associations
in New York, which disburse annually
the tsiim id .Tr l.'A'U.ni.M. There are twelve
such iciati'Uis in London which ex
pend yif'fi'lv .r'O.O.Ml.IMM).
'J in . ths introduced in Phila
delphia some months since have become
immensely popular, and the projectors
of the enterprise have concluded to add
to their 1'iitiit.
Boys can be lawfully removed from
the rear platform of ears, when stealing
rides, but the Ne v York Court of Ap
peals has decided that the removal must
bo so gentle an not to injure tho urch
ins. A belle of Butchertown, a suburb of
Louisville, at a ball the other night see
ing her beau loo ntieiilivo to another
girl, went to hiru. gave him the price he
paid for tickets, cim.io another escort,
and returned home,
Ezekiel Feabody, of M:rblehcad,
Mass., when tweuiy-ono years old put
.I'li) in a saving bank at 4 per cent.,
and, never bavin touched it, wants to
know how much Im is worth now in his
The Boston Transcript has seen a
theatrical audience applaud tho actor
who vowed never to touch liquor again,
ami l hen three-lift lis of them nndi out
for a beer as soon as the curtain went
The editor of nn Italian paper nt San
Francisco was arrested at a church fair,
the otherevening for an alleged attempt
to kiss one of a bevy of misses who
thronged about him with knick-knacks
to sell. He will in futuivgivu such places
a wide berth.
Near Columbus, K. a relic of the
late war has just been Unearthed. It is
a ten-foot t'l-potiml cannon which was
dug from a sand-har. The nun was no
doubt left whciv found by the confeder
ates in 1-SOH, when thoy evacuated the
town after the Belmont battle.
Iu a town in Australia the wind blew
out a gas-li-iht, and by reason of dark
ness a traveler broke his leg. A jury
promptly gave him tl.im ies to the sum
ofipd.ODO, iiltliotiiliit watsliowu that
the wind blew hard enough to drive ves
A "bent eiiuatofiai'' t -'Icm-i ipo, an in
vention of Mo;h. I.oewy, i'i linw ill op
eration tit the Paris ob-efv itoiy. The
peeul'arily of the iiiMninieiit is that, in
consequence of the bending and the use
of two ivlliMtting mirror-, limasiroiiomer
pan observe ail th" ce. ".'.ial bodies with
out rising from his taiile.
Twoinon-ter r.iii'e n tl.es have been
sent ali'.e to He .Y.ii mal ions .uiu in
Washington I t its I'iuri'h aeciil. One,
which cull t Ii'o'it tiie 1 -,t:i '. . o the Nu
wannei' i is or, ncv iii cd ti,. '.ce ineiies
nrouinl its m .!.; , i .! In i( 1 p..p ol.s,
and w.tt nearlv 7 ; 'I .-e ; liof,
troiu l'o'o, t'1 i . 1 1 ' a . -" I. '. "' ii:cin s
loilg. I hill ell a. i I a !;.'.,! .nclev i'i c'.r
CUlllfel ellce, ami W ei'J lied I hi.".' . I; l.u 1 H
That is what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purines and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every pan
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
acj S. Paca St., Baltimore.
Nov. o8. Hid i.
I was a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and for several
weeks couid eat nothing and
was growing weaker every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
Bitters, and am happy to say
I r.ow have a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
ill l I'A LAI I) SOt'lLTY.
SUBSTITUTE FOE LIFE IXSUR-
WIDOWS' & OI.TIIANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jul v Itth, 11177, tinier the Laws o
the Mute of Illinois. l'iiivrUitel ,luh
I', 11177, 1. inter Act otToiigrtis.
JAS. S. Meli MITY,.
,1. II It01ls.MiN. ..
...lit Vici'-l rtimtlBnt
. ind Vicv-l'rt'atdant
... Medical Adviaert
.1 A. Ul.os INK..
W . II. ' A UK A n i
,J. S. I'hTelK I ''
KI). II. ill I E
K X ICC tr r IVECOMMITTEE.
Wm. F. riTC 'KR, L.S. THOMAS,
W. 0. JOt'blLY N, V VINCKST,
WILL T, UliDUUHN.
JUAKl OK" MANAGERS:
J. A, O.il.t.'tliii', of iloliNlltui A Hnrnwatrr, whole
aalo anil n t il (in' oud. etc. ; Jus. S. Mt'Gahey,
I ii tu hor iiteiliir; Wii. K. 1'itcher, Ken'-ral airunt;
Aliiert LuwIk, iI.m er in ll.iur and Kialn; L. 8.
Tlionixs. nrli'Ul ii'r; M.hv i'liilllpa, contractor
ami hutldor; II A eiiatuhley, (jrocer: Thoa.
I. ewln, Boerei ur v and Htloriiey-al-law; A", H.
.Mitii-nn, li -iti.u ,011 it ic ptiysii'Un : II Sa der, of
Sitctler Sun I'mn-ra; l(, II. llalrd, atreet aupir-vi-or;
1'id II Wlille, ai't arc. W. t O. M. A. 8o
cleiv: ,1. W. Spier, lumber ami a.w-mlll; K. L.
tlernlit'.n, lisrh-r: 1', 11 Dietrich, clerk W St. L.
,t I'.K. It. ; M. K. iiner. in-iclunt tailor: Jeff M.
Clark, dealer In w rtll-jinper aud window ahntlea; J.
K Kaullsh, emit i-net.ir anil hiillder; Wn'T. Kd
burn, of .Mmihd A H etlb .1 r tl , rlrfnr niauufactlirem ;
F, Vlnt'oi't, iletle- In lime a tl cement; L A.
I'hM'im, lltiior tl'licr; W l'. Juceh n, dontint ; 8
II. Tri'ier, nii. jevti'ler; J. II. Kolduaon, .1. P. and
notirv puliUe; ,). S. I'.'trn1, ntivlclan; U. W.
Hontwlik, 'ii'unuict' SKent: K. K. Jarbod. forcmaa
Si.tJan iiinlti". nud H K. Walhruli(u, lumber and
miw-mlll, of Culm; It. Luluhtnn, eaohitr Nat,
Batik, Stuart, Iowa; lt.er. F. A. Wllkmon. PrTora
hurn, Ky.; J.W. Tarry, yhylclari,ralW)Q,