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THE SiJl'llIERN KXl'OSi nO.N AT
LOU 13 VI I., I.E.
Tli-: Snulr.rii Exmitiuu will 0j liell at
Lnuinville, Ky., lMiiniiiu Auyiiat 1, 18fc'3,
aU'i C)u:inuiii 'ini; huD.lfcJ tiaa. At the
tiuiuof iliif writing, over fJW.OOO have
bt-uu bub&cnUd by the 'n-orile of Louisville
ind is now being paid iu, anJ low ubcrip
tioo are beirg received daily.
Tbut Luuiaville i iti earnest iu under-
taking the greatest exposition, tvtr held in
thit country, txcept the National Centenm
I Expo .itiou ut ltJTO, in evidcuced by the
fact that her own people have Ireely tup-
plied all the mean required, acid no out
tide aasialuuce has beea eolieted.
Whatever ample means, earneeine and
activity can do to make a great Exposition
will Lkj done, and all that the people who
have thui luruiahed the uieana ask of the
National Oo.'ermueut, the St-tte aud the
people of our country is that they will give
moral aid aud encouragement to the enter
prise, that they will bring to the exhibits
of their proJucts, their manufactures, their
tUHchiuery and their arte, and that they will
come iu peraon and Bee this exhibition of
the arts u J industries of the various sec
tions of our land.
The scale on which this Exposition will
be conducted may be inlerred from the tact
that the main uuiluiug, now in progreas, is
DUO by 8U0 feet, covering about thirteen
tens, with au appropriation of over 150,
000 for the coat of tree ion, with the ueceB-
ary machinery aud inter embellishment
provided tor at additional ct. A compar
ativu es'.iuiite o. the extent of this build'
log uiiy be drawn from ihe tatemeut that
the great International Cotton Exposition
at Atlanta in I8dl covered only euLt acres.
The only change that can now be uiude in
the dtuieusious of the bviiUliug will be to
exteud wins from the aouth bide ao as to
increase tue arei for txliilitious.
Fourth S reet is the urcit rctad street of
Louisville, and is the moat popular and
fash onable promenade. At the southern
end of the customary promenade, and in
the midst of the most Ushiouable residence
part of the city, lies Central Park a pleas
ure ground of eighteen acre, uuequaled by
any park in the world for the eUj and mag
niricieuce of its forest trees. Central Park
lies between Fourth aud Sixth S.reets, aud
is now directly reached by horse car lines
on those street, and running bcyoud the
park. This purk will constitute the north
ern incisure of the Exposition grounds,
and the northern front of the main building
will be on it southern line. Arrangements
are now progressing for bringing
every horse car line in the city
directly to the Exposition entrances, aud on
the southern line of the grounds the the
Louisville and Nashville railroad will
erect n railway station, at which passengers
from any part of the Uuitcd States may be
landed within 200 or 800 feet of the Expo
Iu the post four yeirs Louisville has be
come one of the most importaut railroad
centre in Anvjrict, and iti geographical
position so favors the advantage of its rail
road connections that it iu but one night in
a sleeper from almost tveiy important city
in the United States. A more central point
geographically, or oni more acrsaible by
easy travel could not be found, and the
fact that it stauds on the border Hue be-
tweeu the north and the south, and between
the east and the west makes it au appro
priate place for the several sections to gath
er and to exhibit to each other the particu
lar products of their industry.
Mt. Vernon, III, Fob. 2. Mr. Thou. M.
Orav, sheriff of this county, captured
Georgu Bryant, colored, six miles west of
here late yesterday afternoon on a charge
of murder committod about two years ago.
He and his brother got into a quarrel near
Russellville, Ky., over haroeMing a horse
and Qeorge beat his brother's brains out
with a piece of rail, lie escaped at the time.
Recently the sheriff of Logan county, Ky.,
got track of him and succeeded In trailing
him to this county, and yesterday Sheriff
Gray of this county made the capture, and
last nl .ht delivered him over to the sheriff
of Logan county, Ky., who departed with
the prisoner tor Russellville.
A Eei'it'UH inu iuy has occurred in Iirlia.
More wrecks are repotted nu the Engliah
Sixteeu thousand less immigrants left
Oetmauy luat year than in 1831.
The court-house of Lafayette county, Oa.,
burned, with ail the records.
The twenty three p-rs'ns killed in the
panic at Bombay factory were women.
Twenty car-lodrls of flour, consigned to
Cuba, were shipped to New Orleans Fri
day. The jury iu the Newhall bmn-s inquest
have not been ublu us yt to agree oit a
Busiiieh lailuir for the week were 805,
a large lucreie in iiumber, hut generally
for liyliin aiuouii'N.
Fur houvs burned at Kirkvillf, includ
ing a hotel m l dru htoie, which blew up
Friday, injuring several men.
The government brings suitagninat Chan.
L. B;ood, for fjJ.O'JO hr selling unstamped
patent medicines in New YurK.
The Webti-rn Union loht tlieciiv) brought
to compel it to leceivo dinpUches and for
wind them tor the Mutual Uuiou.
A bili wis introduced in the Louse of
rpprescutativ.-s Fuday appropriation $02,
000 to piy exp line .if contests for Heats in
It is c'aiiu'td tit tt two prisiners at Dub
I'm are po-itivel identified as having occu
pied t!i( rar that drov.t from the c .'ne of
ttie F'hrcnixpirk murder.
The pension piyuH-nl have only aver
ant.! $5,000,00!) a mouth since the b'iyin
ning cf t!ie lineal year, and considerable
curiosity is felt as to what the 800 new
clerks are doiu. If the estimated
000,000 is to be paid in the year they will
have to double the rate at which payments
bave thus far goue.
The Illinois sjnate Friday confirmed the
nomination for canal commissioners and
state entomologist. About twenty Dew
bills were introduced. In the hoase a
resolution w.u a loptel looking to a reduc
tion of d'-partrufnt cerical force, and Capt.
Cowden was invited to address the assouibly
on the levee system.
As the defalcation of the treasurer ot
ylabam really took place during his term
of office, which expired Nov. 2o, 1B82, it is
probable his securities up to that date
who are solvent, will be held for the
money he cinbi zzled. Tbeee securities are
Messrs. Pratt, Driver, Robinson and Craw
ford, for whom much sympathy is felt.
In the United States senate yesterday
Mr. Hoar presented a petition of the Harv
ard professors, sskiug that no one but an
astrouointr of experience be hereafter eligi
ble as superintendent of the United States
Nav obecrvatory. Mr. McMillan endeav
ored to call Up the subject oi the district
water supply, bat the senate again attacked
the tariff bill. The duty on potatoes and
corn was fixed at wo ceu's a pouod, and
on other starches at two and a half ceots.
The cotton schedule was taken up and
some progress made with it. The house
adopted a resolution ctliingfor information
as to the Leavenworli, Pawnee and West
ern railroad and then resumed the tariff
disbussion. The duty on tan bark was
increased from teu to twenty per cent, ad
valoruui. The varnish section was dis
posed ot, the duty on shellac being fixed
at 20 cen's a gallon, aud varn shes other
than shellac forty per cent, ad valorum,
plus au amount ebutl to the t ix on the
alcohol contnincd in each case. The
ohemical schedule was completed, and the
house proceeded with the crockery and
The following are the tranfers of proper
ty for Alexander county record by Circuit
Clerk Irvin during the week ending yester
day. January 29th, Taylor & Parsons to Maria
McBride; special warranty deed, dated
July 10th, 1873, for lot numbered 7, iu
block numbered 85, in the First Addition
to the City of Cairo.
Taylor & Parsons to Maria McBride j
special warranty deed, dated July 13th,
1978, lor lot numbered 8, in block number
ed 85, in the First Addition to the City of
80tb, B. 0. MrReynolds, et. ux., to Rich
ard WhIsii; warranty deed, dated January
25th, J 883, for lot numbered 5, in block
numbered 10, in the First Addition to the
City of Cairo.
31st, Hugh Doyle to Elizabeth Doyle;
warrauty deed, dated January 23tb, 1883,
for lot numbered 20, in b ock DUinbered
41), in the First Addition to the City of
Toledo, Texas and Rio Grando railway
company to J. W. Paramore and John C.
Block, trustees; trust deed, duted July 1st,
1883, for right of-way, grading, franchises
and property of all kinds of said railway
February 1st, Susan E. Lightncr to J.
Eugene Ligh'ner; warranty deed,
dated Jauuaiy 23d, . 1883, for
part of northeast quarter, of
southeast quarter, ten ' acres; and
Tart of north fractional halt of
northeast quarter, thirty acros; and west
part of northeast quarter of southeast
quarter, ton acres, all iu section 8, town
rbip 15, range 8; and undivided half of
block 5, in Thebes.
Helen M. Kondig to Theodore II. Ken
dig; special warranty deod, dated January
89, 1888, for lot numbered 8, In block nun
OAIKO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4 1883.
bored 1, in the City of Cairo.
2nd, Daniel O. Carle to Andrew F. Carle;
quit claim deed, duted February 18ih, 1882,
f..r lot numbered 13 and 14, in block
numbered 50, and lot numbered 2 in block
48, in the City of Cairo.
John Broderick,et. ux. to Nicholas Cant
wellr warranty deed, dutud February 1st,
1882 for undivided half southwest of
northeast quarter, and undivided half
west half of southeast quarter, of section
13, towxship 15, r"n;' 2.
iai'iu.wiKi.D, HI., Feb. 2. The work of
the beuate to-.,iy was light, while the house
made up for lost time and closed up the
week's session as usual at noon, deluding
itself with bills ami deposed of much
other business in time for thj noon trains.
Sessions of both houses will be hil l to
morrow aud on Mood ty, but legislation is
practically closed until Tuesday.
More bills were uitro lucid in the house
to-day than during any other day of the
session, the number reaching 51. Among
the lot there are many of merit, but the
bule are trtish and th. re shoul l be some
rule to prevent the iull e!ion and expeuse
of their introduction iuto the generil as
sembly. The six bills prepaitd by the
Chicago Bar association are .reuarded as
impoitfiut and making nrce-sary amend
ments to existing laws. Three biils wile
offered to regulate and govern the primary
election of political parties. All these
came also from Chicago, where it secuis
legislation is badly needed to force honesty
in primary election, if nothing elfe. Mr.
Kinnrnan introduced four bills represeut
iog the views of the statu ussoci ition of
sheriffs on needed reforms in laws especial
ly affecting this brauch of the public ser
vice. These propo-ed meahures are in
tended to promote a greater uniformity in
lees and to abolish much that too often
defeats justice. The bheriff's association
is unanimous upon all the proposed changes
which will cause these bills to receive that
attention of the general assembly which
A gentleman trim Orwell, Pa., called
my attention to Eys' Cream Balm as a
remedy for Catarrh, INy Fever, &c. lie
was tn earnest in asserting it to be a pos-i
tive cure (himself having been cured by
it) that I purchased a stock. The Balm
has already effected a numberof cures. .P.
F. Hyatt, M. D., B -rdeirtowD, N. J.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at niht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting ter-th? If so,
send at once und g'-t a bottle of Mr. Wins-
low's S'lotbinK Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re'
lieve tho poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, retjulates the stomach and bow
el", curt s wind colic, softens the irurus, re
duces inflammation, and yiveH tone and
energy to the whole syMem. Mrs. Wins1
low's S'witliin? Syrup for Children Teething
isplcsant to the 'ne'e, nnd is the prescrip
tion of one of the oiliest Hid best female
phyiciaua and nurses in the United State,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed .pirits, 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;streugth
and activity will return; paiu and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in tho praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W.Schuh. (5)
Highest Prize Port Wine.
The best wiuein the country, that took
the highest premium at the Centennial, is
Spier's Port Grape Wine, wh ch has be
come the most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine nod his P. J. Brandy
are now beiug used by physicians every
where, who rety upou them as bting the
purest to he b id. It is unsurpassed for
weakly females, and old people. Ued by
the Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
cial wine. Por Sale by Paw. G Scncir.
Sleepless nights male miserable bytrat
terrible couirli. Shilohs Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul G. Schuh, agent. (3)
UucKien'8 Arnica :alve
Tho Best Salve 'n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is miarnnteed to (rive per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Gko. E
Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiluh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 cents. NhshI Injector free. Sold by
Paul G.Sclmh. (4)
II. Junen, 654 Heinneman St., Chicago,
111 , says: "I flud Brown's Iron Bitters to
be a splendid tonic, it cured of of dys
pepsia." Now is the time to treat Catanh of long
standing. Elys' Cream B tlt.i reaches old and
obstinate cases, where nil other remedies
fail. Do not nettled procuring a bottle,
ss in it lies the relict you seek. Price 50
cents. Apply into nostrils with littlf rlrinr.
WI will ii tin abort rr,M lr any rH of Ll CnmpUlat'
P!h!, Mck llulu:h, liuliM.llntl, Cunlltllun or ttxtlMlnu,
oiibuI turt with Wf.e, Vi'nKM. Ll..r I Mli. !..... il.. iti....
Ilonitra urlctljr e..n,,li,4 uli. 1 Iwy pur.ly ,,,.nUr, a,,
naoarlall lo r ullilatUn. P.ie.r Coata4. U'm Uiim,i
Uliiln to pllli, M ata. Kar Ml, W all dru,-l.i. lUnra ut
cuwnlarfOll turf lmiili.,i. Tin imiu't.a maiinla.l..ml ai.lv br
JOHN !. WWT CO , IHI A 111 W. MaJlR (Ji., Cbli,i
Hea'iii is Wealth !
Jjh li.C. WesT'a NruvE ano V,nis TrrAT
HRNT, a uuarnnrtH-d fpwitio for Jlysterin, Uizzi.
tied. ConviilMonH, Kiln, Norvous NeurnU.iB,
llimdunho, Nervous Prostration caused by tlie uttu
of alonliol or tobacco, Wakefulness, .Mental Do
pronaiou, Hoftoninif of tlio Drum resulting in in
sanity and liwlinu to ini.iory, decay and death,
Prematura Old Ak, Harrcnupsii, Losa of power
in cither sex. Involuntary Lowe, and Miiermnt.
orrlura causnd byovor-uxurtum of tlio bruin, self,
abufte or ovHr.iii(luliirieo. I'lach box contains
one month's tnmtment. f l.toa box. or six boxoj
for$5.0U,Biit by mail prepaid on recuipt of price.
WV. (.l AKAVri.j; KIV liOXI li
To euro any cuso. With oneh order received byus
for in boxes. Bccompanittl with I'uHi, wo wiU
wnd tlie piin-iiaM-r our written puaranlee to re.
fund the money if the trHitirmnt does uotefleol
a cure, (iunruutt ea insued onlyby
IIAIUIY W. SCIIUII.
Drii.'ftsl. Cur. ConiDiercial vu, 4 I8ih t., Ca'ro.
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURHKNCK.
'ots HIN'GI.E INSTAXCK ON RE Olil) la tie
punt 3 ) curt uli re obc uf
Has bteo broken open by borgUrn sud rnhrrd.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
S A FIDS
Have NEVER FAILED to
PJlESf-RVK tLeir ('OX
It ( 8 well-known fact thv thors is NO SAFE
ms'lf in the word 1 naTUtVE" AS UKKAT St
CL'Itt TV AS '1 HE HALL'S SAKE.
Tbej tUayt protict tneir content.
Ft rsons having- Valuables tfhoulil not
be without a Hall' Safe.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKPH 1. Preetdent
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.
LOUISVILLE. SAN FKaNCISCO,
ST. LOL'IS, CLEVELAND.
J at 30 tf.
PORT (jl!APE WKE
.r S-- -
SPKEK'S I'ORT G'APE "V"lNE !
FOUR YKARS OM).
THIS CELEBRATED NATIVE WINE Is mala
Irom thtijiil.-i' of ih OimrtD Oian-, ruisnd In
thlscout.ty Its Invaluable tonic and strebili
nlnj iiroi'i'rt ti- are in, surpassed bv anv ether
Native Wiuo. It Iui he pare J u ice of t e (irapo,
produced under Mr- Sneer's own pergonal aupurvl
siod, lis puiltv and iiennlnt nesa, are Biinranlced .
Thf. voiioest child m y partnk- of Its K iierous
qualltiss. and iht tveiilin t Invnlld nso II In advnn
tujrH It Is psrticuliirlv benelliliil to ihn sired an I
d blllla'sd. nd ainted 10 the various ailments that
atTect ihu weaker sex. It Is In e'.ur'y respect A
WINE TO I'K KEI.IKII ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. S1IURII r" Isa w'lio of Superior Char
acter in 1 rHkeol'tlu rlchqnul ties oT ihe ernpti
from h cti It la msdu Kor I'urltv, Rlchne, Fla
vir and Mcdlcliiul 1'ropurtius, Il will tie tuaud tin
Sneer's P. ,T. Brandy.
This BRANDY stands nnrlva'od In this Oounti
beiiicrarsniiorlf.r for medicinal pniposes. it Is a
pnredlstlllstlon ln o tho Krnne. stid ron'alns val
uable medicinal properties. It has a dullcitu llu
vor. slin lurto that or Iho ?reis, from which It la
di.tlllsd, nd la In irat fav.ir atuontr tlr-t-clas
otro1lls. hce that t" sieatturu of ALFRED
Ml' K Kit, l'avalc, N . J la ovor tb cork ol each
Sold Uy PAUL SOIIUH
,N'D HY DUrjrj'J Is TH EVKRyWlI OItr?.
1IIKCITY J5.VT10NAL IUNK.
71 OHIO LEVKB
CAPITAL,, WIO (.),() OO
A (iciieral IJiinkinif IhikIiio..
Coml lifted .
THOSt. v. ItALLIIlAN .
JNTBHIMHSK 8AVUNU UANK.
Of Cairo. .
KXCLUS1VKLY A SAVINGS RANK.
TItO. W. HALlitDAV
NP.W Ort.n RAVn rtiTlinnnl m ,
1881 BEN f FREE to any Mr. lH07un.;.
iritinmaii! all aiunior BUABS, OtRMAK
SILVER and EEEO luairuraenu,
with full Inafrilrtlnna fr.a ffirmln ltn,T 1
vlainn anil rlaulAiAOiiti rf ln.inimi.
WHAT and HOW to pnrrhtM; farm for
row urallrer platioff, rplrlng, Ac. Will alto
ti'iid, (f iliirl, our Hand ad OreAfstru
Uiildf, hi n. Imat nnpuliar mtnln. A'lilreav
THt HOOt i SONS MUSIC C0..CHICAU0.IU.
AMD LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And ntir mnay otnr ncln-(ifi tunic nod Mrrn-Hlo
AppllncA9 tin1 (tNrmnnl nr Invftlunhla, od ft ur
cur lor Nnrroim Panilykin, Kplleiy, hh u ma
tt iro, Ovrworltfxd UrHin, Eibtition or Lom of Vita
Koer)-. Vnk H.ck, illity Intern, J unit, Llr and
Ktnmiieh ('uniLilHlatii. iti d ma -nftaiitsd to CITUIB
ntx. la r uliHiion at tlio ry Intast Impn-fed
Rod ent.reir diiHr.-Dt from niit unci fail ninori, at may
l-niltiffly itinfri:ti roiittnunn currrnU without acid a.
cauttn no aorei n r Irriintiun of the kin-cno ba
wora at wor n veil ."l mot, finn ara ooty not lean oi to
tha wfltrnr. Tha pmer In rwilMtfi to a to mM tba
dlffftrant Dtn of ait (Mrns whaia Elactrlo ftod
Magnetic trrnimant Is of benefit Tbota tor
Cure Impstency. CcMitiAiV.'cAKNiss.lcjT Mahooo,o
Th7 Curo whn o'.l Pita f ill. Our niuitratad
Pamptitrt ar,' i i wmliil i.vMt po oa recvlpt ol 6eaM
DOalae. or touroly n; dia (r4.
UowudlectrO'Maca(tllc Iaraioa.ll rerrslrbjmaU.
AMLRiCAN CA-VA;;iO CO., -312
U Oth St.. Et. toulc, MOa
, fili U.VI.L.IDAY.
A N'iw h'iI ciimpn'tK R -iel. fruuling "i I.ith
nToud nud Ka'.lroad Stn-i ts.
Ti e ravens'' I) rot ol CIili a, St. Louis
ard .tew Orleans: Minnis Centra! ; V a'lash, Mt
Louis aud l'Rcitlc; Lou Mountvn Hirl S-ur li-.-rii .
Mob'li' slid Ohio; Cairo sua Jt. Louis Unuv.nya
arc all Juft across the struct; wtillo the StcanitKmt
Lati1iut( is but ono siusr disiant.
This Hotel it lit-Bled bv steam, his smmo
Laundry. Hydraulic Elevator, Klm trlc Call Pulls
Auimual'.C Kin;-Alnrn'6, Uuths. U'lsoliitily pur mr
Dt'rteit st-sai-raife ana Lumiiintf uDtolutmt'UiT.
Saptsrb furMLint;s; per fuel service; sii'l an nn
iu p. p.vnrtKri -.n..i mom
ztK f f A wetk madt; at Uonie bv 'b Indus
i ' W Itrlotit. BfSt mis nes no hef.irn the
(k ubilc. Capital not needed. Wa
fjlJ I J will start you Mtm. women, boya
TT anu gins wantca evfrTWDtiieiowora
' torus. Now i- the time. You can
work In spre time. r vivo vonr whole tlm to the
oils Dosi. m oiner Dii-ines win pay jon nearly
s well No ore can full to mske en'nrmoua pay,
by n.'aA'i.'i;' R' "nee. Cosily on' lit and ttrraa free
I oiii v tiiS'U- lu-t. easily, and honorably. Addresn
jTRLL u 1 O., AuKUsta, mame
C17 St Claries Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rirvilar Oradunrs f two medical
cnlles;ea, 1ms been louttsr eusriiired In the treat
ment of Chronio, Nsrvous, Mem and
lllood Ulsenses i hn'i any other phvsielaii In
PI, Louis, as cltv pntie sLw snd all old resi
dents know. Consulistloa t mllee or lay mall,
free and Invited. A frlnd!y talk or Ills opinion
cunts nothing. When It isineonvrnleut tovlslt
ihe city .or trentnient, luedlrliies can he sent
by m.ill or express everywhere. Curslile ts-e.
(rimranteeil : where doiibt exists II la frankly
lluted. Call or Write.
W"rvcnn Prottratloa, Lability, Mental and
Physical Wealtntt."!, M ircurinl and othir
arTectiong of Threat, Sliin aud Eoups, Blood
Impnritios and Blood roifoninr, Skin Alfec-
tionn, Old Sores ard Ulier. Impedimenta to
Marriage, Rheuma'ifm, nins. Special
attention to cmus from over-woi'kfd brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Bifcasca arising IVom Inr rudennea, EiceiMSj
Indulgonjjg or Exposuna.
It Is eir-e Merit that a pliylelna paying
particular attention to aelas m'ps-es annln.
Kreat skill, and pltvslrlau In reiruliir praetlee
ol! over the eonntrv kiinwluir this, freiinently
ri'COiunieihl cii'e lo tile oUleal t dice In Alie l'lea
where every knowu appliance Is reiorted to,
and the proved uonl rt iiu-'I ii-r. of all
airei and coiintrli'j are unl. A whole hous Is
used for ollioe purposes, and nit nretrestt il w ith
skill ill a respectful manner; si. it. kuowtiiK
what to do. no experiment are made. Onar
couut of the great nunibi r a i I 1 Iti:. the
charircj are k'M'l low. olten !o-tir than Is
ileninnded by oilier 1 1 vim secure the skl'l
and (iet a speedy mid pi i ieet Hit- rurs. thntls
the linporiuiit, nittter. 1'innpliUi, HO pages,
Kilt to any addieis free.
rial ts. ( in
Elegant cloth and gilt binding, Sealed fnrBO
cents In MttngH or eun'enev Over tin v won
lerful pen pictures, triiti to life artlcleson tho
following nil'leets. Vlioiun' Innrry, who not;
Mivtr I'rnper age to iiiurrv, V ho nmrry tlrst.
aluiihonil, Womanhood. l'hvsie decay, Who
should iiiari'y. Mow lus ami linpplue-s nnv bs
luereaseil, limse nnirried or contemplating
rrryliig should rend It. 1 1 ought to be resij
nv all nilult persmn, then kept under lock Slid
key. I'opul.ir sctli Ion. "nine n al'oi e, hut pspef
rover and lu lm;el, X celll by UiUll, lumnucj
Tho io desiring to oinke nionev
In gnilti, irovietotia mi atock
Sii' tllHtlolla. cull do solivnMinit
Invoil our iiIhii, Imni Ma lat
WHEAT '"'iitsof l(Uol.tKi0.oashpn)nt
w Ihlvm Intel, renHartd nn.l t.uOt a, i...
IksI. tnthn tfreaontdatis. oninv......
vnstiirsnniouiitiiig toaeveral times
tlio iiriginul iiivealiueiit. I'roflt
piiklHrsl of every nioiiUi, still leav
1IIU tha oi'ltll iiil ilivnatniotit. inulf.
VTMPlC! n'onev or pavitble on demand.
Ok IVvIVt) LAoliuiutorv oiroulara ami gtattu
ineiiia oi iunil w lent rret. wm
want reniHinslble aeents, who will
report on emit and Introduce tha
piun. jjioarai oouinuaiuoiis puoo-
ci ri!Biun s. crvitii c..t..
j .ail, imp, .i j,, ,
te- iifPS few
; , ' ISjaJtsv DUk. ChestiiU J
I bUMminil H taablaiAiUMa giiatuk
Ask y or milk an to
d lt T ymir milk la 'ho
W .RiiKN MILK JARS.
If the milk la piirti Ilia
cri't.il cQ he aeou la
t rtry Jar. If no e earn
Ik sum, It U not It
slum d be and needs your
a'tunlt.iu Ttio uulk Is
ck'sncr. iwucier sod pu
.... ..ii - i w'.
vx i.t:'iri-'i in tll'.l M r-
r n Milk .lira than snr
o'hi'rvtsy. 'I'hny sru umi
Iu sll I lit Urtreclllc I, tnd
f) atlnnlid to all ntl.a
and t wus nri'tilar and pncoa &u spnlli atioa
to W. 11. nitTEMA!C. U Murray fet., Nw York.
IN liVERY r-TAiK IN III YINlTt'lt. . Coumy
,nd btito rights In KVKN I'KN's pTK.NT AI.E
COVl KN lr, lnrdra-lri Ale wlthuur a pltclnr.
A piea ant utxl remunet a'i v.i hu-inra biiiodk a
clnsa of mini in 1 to-r .l In imvlnir iuibk of
mcrit-the linti-l aud flrn'-r.lnx shIoou kp. rt of
Aimi'lra and Cans a. hi ud p.n'.ul rsnj for do
acrli tlve clrculur Irtu
JXES W. EVEN 0 FN.
Pntentci a d SI on faclnrpr. Itntr.c. N Y.
TO AHVEIITI'' RS -Lowtt Kiiti; lor ml-i rtl.
Iur In US (rood ouuapaiicrs acnl lice. Addrat
GEO. I". KOWKLl.Jt C'i , 10 NprmeSt., N. Y.
(if JhOl low, ar)ini!f.-n t ins r .ra'! Dtachartts.
BrlriKinif, f.n,,iri ,uH no.l PruiO'il Buiimi .oiib ol Ui
f. k-its. or snt ht- t'mrr.H nn ra-
n-ititof pncij. JCrTN D PAii.C f KONa
1 17Ssnd 177By.umoref, CINCINNATI
OIIiO. l le.iao rnBiitinn this pmiflr.
.NO USE FOR TIIE3L
Concern Insr Certain Kelics of the Past
Dhjjts that have lnd their Day.
O..'orge bicb .'ES ,u's Rocket," and the magul
flcetit lo- omot.ves of to-day, arc built upon the
same genital principle, y.t the machine with
which the great ci.glnt cr artm 1-hcd his age, Is lu
tirestlus; now ou'y at a-i llln-tration of the begin
uiDuof the liiventiou. There wcrj pUsvrwltU
holer. In ihein loiiir iief ire HKN'SON'Si C.U'CINK
POROUS n.ASlER sitrprl-ed both the putllo
aud the ph)ilcUns: ,td ihe Huti h of the Cap
Cinu Is f lunied u;iot the patllul rucco-ses, or the
U'tcr Uilunt uf Its predecessors. Everything of
value in the old porous pUcier Is r tail ed lu the
Capctuc; but as this poltii a'l i-nmparalou nda,
and contrast biL'ius. V t vxaiuliiv:
Tt c did' p'an'cr were atr.w lu their aclon; the
Capcine Is q:ikk and ruin.
The old plssicrs larked the power to do morn
than to Impart slight, temporury tell f lu cae.
easy of trcatnitut; the Caprine ptuclratti the
system aud permanently c ire the txoublei for
which it Is reroninieiid'.'d.
The old plai' rs depcud. d foranyg. od resiilte
theymiKbt attain up n an Incident of their makers
and the naked f.iith of ttie r wearers; ihe Benson's
reaches Its ends hy imnnsot tho scle.n'lflc, combi
nation of thenrc tiudkliml Imredients which It
In brief, ihe old p'astera, like Siepiensoti'i dil
carded engine, sr. switched ft' lm ttaek, while
tlu liuuauu's ao iuu il. way winning golden oplu
ions from all sorts of people.
Vet in tbia very Lict 11 a the leading danger to
the people who buy and use this reliable and aci
entlllc rum.dy. "H. porrl.y is thu tribute vice
pajstovlrnj." Iml-atlouls Ihe cone. ssion fail
ure it'ukoa tfl success, IJoudod's I'lastert are pa
rodied lu iiii me and s')lu.
Bjwarr of swindles. The genuine have the word
CAPCINE (TT In the ceuiur. Prb c 25 cents.
Seaho-y Si .lohnon ( UnmlstH. New Y rk.
1 iiav. a piwlilvoreiueilr !..r tlia. alwvs dlaoasu; bv Iti
ilioussiiila of csaea of lha vrnrat, kind anil of lunaT
iiaiiilinirlmTabuxn cured, ludea.i.aoatmnir la tut isliS
ill llai'fU.-aiy, that I BUI .end TWO BOTTI.E.I FIlfiK to.
ti-tliar llhVAl.l,AHI.BTHKA'riaKonllMa giaaaae.tl
tuyawlarer. (ilvaKapr.-saand f. O. adilrea.
CO. r. A. SUM.U M, IU roul m.. y,w Turk.
Paving filock o Bonds yielding
TUN Tl-.K CENT. Per ennnm, and orer,
may obtain full particular, woh satlsfnctory lefer
ences and testimonials, by addressing II, Rl.altJ.
uci.ij, i'in i .sg'i, 4uoog'i)s Mt., Bostun, Mats
JitnuoQ : nio papi r.
FAli II. I'S KINS A D DAl GIU KllS
Or art Active Mun oi Woman
In Cah, wotking f r tho 4 mnrlrnn Kr i cr.
Address E A. K. lIACIi Tl', Kl Wayae, Ind.
Mlibr allUnlnn Koldleni IWPDCHCC
isT disabled InllnenMutynUnCAoC
.fpen.loii.UwsSnoCADC('i 1 and
I n .io Lll.ernl. flntltRno "nuiity to
CrJISGHARGtS at oneo. Send two
astll klllllltktt til
STODOART. & CO..
413 U hircot N. W
VUSUlUtflOlla V. Ua
LY MINNESOTA SWEET CORN
Educate;! and rrsctical srowers now assent to our
Wotto '"i ltt l ie ril,rr .oiili ,",,
arown thoenrller llieir prixlm-i slll be.'
or fodder IsMiial to am- of milon aivd.
c-arpils, peas, fce., e , a full lUistidhiriffroi, all
1! growth on our own fiirnia w Ud lip e for duck
ponda always mi hsnU for Hiring or full sowing.
!tb Annual tWlouti. r-.. T. W. .tlflTCAI.P.
li rower, Importer,! Jobber, M. i'uul, .Uluia.
A IaoltiaTiontlon Fhy
irinn rxiuliiiHliea nn ,
(Mllee In Now Vor
lor l bo Career
nr. Ah. Mnaanda flats nf Tyintiinl.irho mnkea a tnrn-
laliy of KpllKuav, has wlthnui denll Io smU a id tun t
BiuiseMnslhsn any tith'ir living iilivsli ina. t: in iieea.a
aaaalniplylnisosaiiinlabliigl a nuts In ard ef r iaaa
Star Srt arara standing aueesaandiy run . I by hliu. na
as publlahad a wmk on Ihla dlaeaas, wntrtt ko asriila,
with alsrg. bntilonf his taondarful mint fino tt aay anf
f.-rrwhir aiiaiblraiiaaaaad r.O.AJiUae tm
ik.AJL. tiaaaTmi.a, H K,Jtjw Ta
I jfCiirrOk. L
Hor.' I M-rrurlal hli"i-s, Ca.'.i.'i of
Jkk A(..,iivi I ..wala Cuu.tftiik.. ai. a.. 4!'ixl d$Lr
j lir-aM:!. It nettf fail.. Atl ilruu'it. ai4 l
Insiuiivr mi. jtaiui turn 01 piaiulaM I'olah
!','.,.e,!.""l,r'.'?.,!,. ,l,r.y 1 eot, 1, 1 yle and
lliieHteni WlietihiteRnseuin(lut; i:unns-ai'ul-la
m;. said to be one week earlier than I l.-tri V York ; our
North Hlus Vit nn Iini.i r... miui ...I...-i..A.r.n.i