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TUB CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AMD WEEKLY.
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IWCIuImi of Ave or mora for Wiekly ilullutlu at
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INVAIIUaLT IN ADVANra.
All Corntnantcatiout should ha ar1dreed .to
K. A. HL'ltKTT,
Rosat A Plaint.
1 1' TO nil lim-llnesK, luit iiiuMly you,
W iiiuiii! iiKit lnvi'ly, It.ifU nidlniit irirl
And I Mill drill!? for you, a pot-txdo,
humii (IkiukIiIi III t'luntorN, llku It ruiiRt) of
Will you mt by ino, or munt thoae swwt i-yes
l"ii wiitc-lioa, walcli lime tlio tangli-i wbfre'
runt In: forth pliiluts, now-lioru of the surprise
Which leuifd ttiHico lutcly, unci now cunnot
A nrtwlous un-rle utrciimt in flood nil jroldca
Athwart tliu depth of mv piiloakvof ldii.
Ami drown tliciliiy In irlorle irnoi.l mid oldoni
Vou iirf thl-t ultiiii-iit hum, diitirliuly! you I
Mv wiiil wnlkaoiit to meet yiju. ull alonu,
When dusk-t-jod Kvu odifo tho duy with
And thcu dream-tinted Joys, llko stars out
Mrt'wn, Burnmiid my soul In sun-sot's int-How UnjfB.
Oil I thou i li unknown to you, cull not unn-al
Tlii'w prueting. wlit-rc- uiy life put otf Hi
For lovo Ullfo, and love, in the Ideal.
Kinds a pure homo, and tin rxaliPd trust.
lny I not iviyoii) 1 would build above
The cloud my hone my pnla.', not of art,
Colifioiihhrlned within you r world of love
FeuMcd lorevi.-r on your Klowltik heart.
May I not love you? JcwcU, on tho (horn
Uf woinHiiliooil thus gtiriicrtil, pot-t prize;
AiK('iln tlir Kieat Moods, forever moi
My wjuI would drink thodowauf yournrfret
51 uv 1 not love you? In porri'tiial mln
My heart pour out t truiuif M-i-klna you,
A down m-I t loK-it, tbrouKli pebbly auuiiiiur.
Tho w ati'r ek the oot.un, broad and bluo.
You are a drani that ltr upon ma. milking
Mv krnil m b- with lu-eiory: let mo feast
In that wilt f lien. lor. rinlliitil usthe lirrukiiaf
Of a WW mi nil unfolding tu t on-1.
Oh! lot inn wiir you nn a mantle, dkiMr
It told" with unmatched tpniiKb-a fnin jour
A broH-l t,klf wear their Mur, o (rran.liy
Their (low - iiiK depth with love In every part.
Ton nronn who from the world of stunt;
A eyiiipliony rare, rounded in lovo:
A lok of wt-twt mutic without burn,
llreiiklntr unchecki-d to hntiri-rtnij air above.
I tin iitiirc out my paHitiu In vain vit:;
ll unwind froru my Mini a-ifroin a reel;
Hut uh! how Idly, form mr nmy p-ht-ar"
Tho sou 11 mm love w hli b only 1 can feel.
Sweet bird! cutue, build your ni-it beyond th
llijrh under ouvp that Jut from kyey tower";
The love now pleading for you 1'rlnht and
WU ilow more warm, more bright In heaven
When con turios shall have plied the past like
It I not for earth-life Affection b;illd,
For hoiv earth-bound must perUdi liku earth
Hiiwer: The lltfht U htwvcDljr which tlie rainbow gilds.
Thomas 11. Howard.
Herbert 8penoer'B Theory of Education.
Probably nine tenths of the popular
ROphistries on the subject of education
would bo cleared away bv clarifying: tho
conception of this word Nature. We
hear the "natural method" enloirueJ,
and tho natural man" is appealed to
from morbid and unnatural conditions
uf living. But what is the natural meth
od? It is of little valuo as an arbiter,
unless it means that method which the
ane.t sense and the ripest experience of
man has approved. And who is tho
natural man? Plainly, not the karate,
not the undeveloped brute, but the man
as he was meant nv Nature to be: com-
Eletcly equipped fn mind as well us in
ody;' equipped, moreover, with tho
higlie.it oeial and political arrangements,
including a wise system of education.
That is in the truest sene, the only ra
tional cno for the purposes of nucha
discussion, the uatural method, the
natural order of studies, the natural
courso of exercises, which the foremost
Englishman not which the lowest Fijian
would approve and adopt.
There Is space to notice but one or
two instances in which the false concep.
tion of Nature leads to error in this
treatise: and first in the objection to
abstract studies. Mr. Spencer assert
that since the uatural activities of the
mind in earlv youth aro concrete, there
fore the whole education of this period
ahould be concrete. Certainly, that is
tho method of wild nature, and wild na
ture never gets beyond that point. The
uneducateif man remains always, in this
respect, a child, incapable of' abstract
thought. What wo wish to do is to de
velop out of this crude, unnatural Na
ture the truly natural man, the man
as Nature meant him to be, with the pow
er and the habit of abstract conception
and reasoning. Though we follow the
order, wo need not follow the pace, of
wild nature. The sooner the bov ran
ue brought to read intellectual books,
and to grasp complex subjects, easily
and quietly, without strain or precocity
or hindrance to the physical develop
ment, Ihe more of a man will he make.
So, again, Mr. Spencer' 8 words are
often quoted In support of the attractive
doctrine that education idiall give If j s to
do only that which they choose to do.
Their diet, according "to this theory,
would be plum-cake and jam, and their
reading would likewiso be whatever whs
spiciest to the mental palate and easiest
o -mastication. Every parent and teach
er knows something of what evils would
follow thia system, from his observation
of tlie Directs of tho dime novel and of
our juvenile literature in general. A
young person had much better read
Shalispearo and Mr. Spencer. Every
teacher, at least, knows also how this
theory has run into an absurd extreme
in "oral tonching" and the "objoct-les-Hon."
A hoy does uot need to be fed
forever with a spoon. The time comes
when he must learn to get lift knowledge
iu tho way that every educated miin
must always get it, front the written
page, and from Holf-controlled, persis
tent, laborious thought. E. B. Silt, in
i - 4
"That fellow had a monstrous foot,
tho biggest I over saw."
"How large?" asked tho general,
"(live us some idea of It size?''
"I don't know that I can, but I tell
vou what's a fact. His foot was so big
that well, you hnvo heard theold story
of the fellow who used the. forks of tho
road for a boot-jaekP Yes; well, Nick
tried it and split tho road so far that the
geography of the uelgb.borb.ood was
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
So various a vtriety id' varieties come up
this month for notice, tl ut I send yon a va
riety letter. If displeased by the change,
accord me I pruy you a vrious variety ot
Bustles are ctrtainly bucoralnir, more of
bumlus; longer, aud and to say, more prom
inent. Moru people wear them, yet una
dots' uot yet look outlandish without one.
Let us cling to that "yet'' as drowning mar
ineu, and hope Hgniiitd hope. There is
talk ofhooped-tkirte, which letushope will
Continue to be talk.
Oros grain silks lilt up their beads again
and claim supremacy, while following close
upo'i them we see mention inudo nt'alpacuB.
Dobiniblc beciidsu eliudding the dust, we
cordially greet Hain llim materia' so
much liked, ptrticuiurly as it is prophesied
that they will uppear in u fluwh of "mod
A "coiton fcumnier" is predicted. All
sorts of pit'tty cotton goods ure already in
market, aud pasaing by the old familiar
prints, we find 8 dines, checked, striped and
flnful patterned in immense variety. Await
ing customer, who will generally choone
plain saline to ninke up in enmbioution
generally, but not always.
Thirty years experimenting ought to pro
duce something, and something has been
produced. None other than the new uou
pured brocaded velveteens, which have be
come immediate fuvorities, and are destined
to a threat tun. They have the advantage
ovei embused velvet, as th-; ground is not
clipped, and tlieir woven broche figures sru
mucu more lasting than those merely stamp
ed by hot iron. Not injured by water,
they are in br.'e demand for spring jackets,
pclisae, matitaicts, bisques, eri'r costumes
id combiuition with fine wool or silk. The
prkesate one-third less than velvet, and all
sty I is!) colors are showo; rich iL&dts of
navy blur, olive, gaiuet, myrtle, sapphire,
wine color and black. Designs are vaiious;
some modest, others bold in siza, but all
are vry tasteful.
Long clicks have boeu iu vous so Ion",
that they really ought to be growiog short
er, or growing old-iashiouud, or growing or
doin souiethiD. . Instead, they stand
staunch aud tccadUb', the tides ot fashion
sweeping by them, eddying around them.
Somehow we have an idea that a long
cioak ouyht to be a warm one, but a pro
ce of logical silting show that to remain
an idea only. In Paris lowly upringcloiks
arc tuadu of lace over colored satin, and
very tuiu wools are utilized for the same
purpobe. So, you see, a loo cloak cau be
either thick or thin, and can be worn by
either the young or the elderly, especially
the latter. There is a flippancy about tho
jacket whicli suit Dot tuts U iy who for
tniuy years bus weathered thu storms of
matnuionial Hie, uud for her tbe dignity of
a prolonged at merit is more iu keepiog.
Young ladies have greater freedom, aud
wear either or both, as tho paternal purse,
may give content.
Each year the fancy for rugs seems to
grow, and as the fancy grow so grows a
wherewithal to satisfy it. Io place of car
pets, tume very large rugs, the one sutfi
cieut for a moui, and which are spread over
LUVtiuusor painted floors as the case may
be. The advantage of this over the carpet
that must be re-cut and re-tit every time
onu moves tho migratory ot New-Yorker
alone cau tell. We think of these things,
now that the first of May looms up, and
nobody knows where anybody is going to
be, Fu m the above climuz of a rug, we
have them in every size down to conven
ient little things put anywhere, as the good,
wife f uticit a. As a late improvement, come
rolls of carpeting with fringe sew n on tho
edc. These are t hesper thaii the genuine
rutf, aud also as desirable.
Housekeepers may also note that Hors
ford's Biking Powder is coming more and
im re into favor. This is the invention of
Professor Ilotsford of Cambridge, whose
Acid Phosphute ranks high with the ruedi
csl profesaion, and the same scientific prin
ciple which have rendered that soexcellent
remedy, have pr cured ingredients that
rest -re to biscuit, cukes, etc., the nutritive
phot-plmtes lost iu the proceta of
bolting. It is therefore considered strong
er and healthier than any other, besides
making lighter bread, an 1 of course grows
every day in popularity .
One set of fashionables hove their pane,
of glass cut very small, in imitation of
some old, ancestral homes. Others adopt
the modern elegance of an entire pane.
It is hard to tell "master from man," as
the exquisite now imitates as nearly h pos
sible tho attire of Irs coachman.
Ll'CT CA HTF.lt .
KFCOHD OK DBKD8 IN CIKCCIT CLERK IRVIS'S
0FKICR FOlt THE WKKK ESDISO VK9TFR
DAT, February 12th, county clerk ol Alexau
county tJ Goorgo R. Lentzj tax deed, dated
Jaousry'lflth, IflSS, for lot numbered 87, io
block numbered 23, in tho First Addition
to tho City of Cairo.
Nathsn L. Mtrtain ut. ux. to ,Iuo. W.
Martnin; wmmty deed, dated February 81
1883, for uudivided ouo-sixth northeast,
southwest, also undivided ono-sixth off west
side Hoii.heast, southwest, section 28, town
ship 16, rHnge 2; and undivided one-sixth
southeast, north wist and undivided one
sixth of northeast, tioihwct, section 83,
township 18, range 2.
United Suites to luriel T. Canby ; patent,
datad August 2Gh, 1837, for west fraction
al half, fourteen acres, fifty-five 4 oue-hun.
drodtbs oil west side southeast fractional
quarter, section 31, township lfl, rsngo 3.
allies w. Durham to Saiaii J. Durham;
warratity deed, d.ite l February 10th, 1883,
for southeast quarter of southwest quarter
of southeast quarter, sdettou 13, township
14, range 2,
15th, Alfred Comings et, ux, to Myra J.
Crauo ; warranty deed, dated February 7th,
1888, for west half uf southwest quarter,
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13. 1883,
and south wobt quarter of northwest quarter,
section 13, township IS, runge 2.
lu ll, Mirtaia Dickerson to James M.
Dicker.ion; quitclaim deed, dated February
13 h 1 H3, for lot 0, being southeast quarter
of northwest qu irter of suction 10, township
14, ruuku 2.
State of Illinois to Milton Dickerson;
puteur, dated Jutiy 17th, IHM, for same as
V. F ;.ahiix, r?r editor o! j'h Him.liti"
and iea,nlioti pa-muriiir a";nt. Ordum for all
Windsor tea'iiliiial Jon punting nlir.lied. Olllce
at Uooi' Uuroneaii Umul, No. Ti ouio lovee.
STACKS Of TIIK KIVKK.
The river marked by the gauge last
evening at -this port, 47 I'eet and 8
inches and rbiug.
Cincinnati, Feb. 1711 p. in. River 02
feet 2 inches and falling.
PittsbutK.il, BVb. 17-0 p.m HiveiSO feet
3 inches and falling.
Louisville, Feb. 17 0 p. m. River 44
feet 1 inch and falling.
Nashville, Feb. l7-fjp.ru. River 40 feet
10 inches aud stationary.
St. Louis, Feb, 17-0 p. m. River 24 fott
0 inches and rising,
Several men from points below here near
Columbus aud Hickman have beeu trying
to get boats to go to tho leiiefor their
stocks and grain which is ia danger of be
ing lost by the high water. The ferryboat
was engaged ts go" but owing to an acci
dent to her machinery sho waj n:;ablo to
render any assistnuco.
The weather has turne J bitter cold and
the danger over score another "knock
down" ior Cairo. River falling at St,
Louin, also ut Cincinnati and Louisville.
Wabash. Cumberland and Tinmssee rivers
falling, Thu river is still rising here but
very slow; it will coma to a stauu by. dark.
The F.vansyille packets have not been
connecting at Puducah with the Gus Fow
ler regular for the past week as they only
repoited ht faduciih two days out of the
week. Tbis beveg the Fowler's lay-over
day she will uot come down but will be
hero on time to mot row evening.
The Henry A. Tyler due here last night
had not reported up to the hour of going
to press. It is quite probable she has
beeu detaiued on account of siding the
people in below here in gettiag their stock
etc., outol danger.
The Will S. Hays on her way up from
New Orleens aud will likely hire early
Tuesday uiuruiug. She is thu boat that
run on the Independeu'. ticket which is
termed in political p rhnce a 'bolter."
That magnirkient steamer Guiding Star,
the palace craft of the southern transporta
tion line, is due here this evening from New
Orleans on her way to Cinciooati Cspt.
J. D. Heghor is her popular chief.
The Ji.hu B. Maude from St. Louis ar
rivee here yesterday morning and lett for
Memj his in tho evening with all the freight
the wanted and a large passenger trip.
The fine Anchor liuu steamer City of
Baton Kou,'e left here for New Orleans
last eveiiing with a trip w hich will add
handsomely to her bsuk account.
The D. S. Rhea from Nasuville is due
here early to-morrow morning and leaves
here o:i her return trip at noon. dpt. J.
S. Tyner commands and Billy Houston
The Bright Light from St.- Louis arrived
here yesterday morning ut 8 o'clock. She
had a big trip for Vickburg and left here
late lait eveuiug.
The Annie P. Silver is here loading tor
New Orleans and will leave here as soon
as she can loud which will be Monday or
The l. P. Scheuck of the Big O. Liue is
due here the early part of this week for
Cincinnati. She also hatls from the Cres
An eminent nnd highlv accomplished
surveyor and civil engineer was hist
summer prosecuting some important
government work along the lower end
of Lake Michigan. One night he was
compelled to seek shelter with his com
panions in the cabin of a poor family,
who, however, did tho best in their
power to nvtko the party comfortable
for the uight. During the conversation
the surveyor developed ti remarkable
fund of iuformntion ns well as groat
proficiency hi mathematical calcula
tions. The old lady was astounded.
At Inst, she Mild:
"Well, la mo! If I knowed ns much
as you, I'd quit surveyin' nnd start a
little grocery." Clia h,
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ted my voice. I tried Dr. 'a remedy with
out the slightest relief. One bottle of Elys'
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ClTV I LKhK' Orfle, I
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ealeft prnpnsal w,l ri elvnrt t till elll ,
dlreeti'rt Io 1 1m l it Couiirll of Iho City ol Cu r
until neitli ir nit lie (Mv (NuiiirII'I Ufuluy evenltiir,
Mhrch mil Irtvl, tor ftirul lilnir t!t muicr nl mid
rlolun the work, or (lolnu ihtt work uucvexsrv for
tlie cuuvl no lou of lliu fnl.iwiB(r. lliinlks, ti h
conlrut'M'(l of woed, v ! On the Mill le rlv ulilti
of Uhth trei" Iti'twiipii lUllrnail Mtn'i-t id tihto
I,avni, being Mi f,-t t n lannih, I ifolrtd hy
Orilinanc so. I a, upprnvt't Amuft 11th. .0
I 'Hi, whlr.li I on fl la till ofllia aud tuhjnet to
exsinliistlon t nny tlmu
A R"nd and nitrli lunt tvoid for twlev tho S'rount
tniiot tcenmiitu all prop 'Mltons lbu rlbl to
reject sqi and l bid ronTvcrl hr th city
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
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Th Hnwrd Ofitrnnlo 8' II1 our othr Rlnctnc
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Laundry, ll.vdiaullc tlnvulor, Klu. trie till UVII
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liifi.t of ;hronir. Nrrvona, Mon oii.l
Hlond UImmki'S tlinn aiiv nthi r rlivali liin III
be. l.onK a city ( .iiii rt bw and all old rfl
dfiiti ki.on'. Coii'iiluolim t nillrcor by mall,
freeon.l Hivlloit. A frlfiidlv talk or hi opinion
oonu ii.itliini, U In 11 II isin.'niivi'iil.'iit iovl'lt
ihe rltv .or tr.'iiliiicnt, im ! It-int- onu ho ent
by nmll or xpr.-i i-vtrvulH'r. Ciirai.li' rc
KiinnoiUPil: wIuti; di.ubt fiU ll I iVaukly
Hilled. Call or Write.
. Ntvous Proitratioa, Debility, Mental and
Tflyaical Weakness, Moreuriul and othar
affectionj of Tnront,Skinand Pones, Blond
Inifur!' - i ''Slood roisonin1, Skin AfToe
tions, Old Sores ard Plcr-ra. Impodimontiito
Marriag. Rlipumati'm, Piles. Special
attention to ewns from ovor-woi-kcd brain.
SURGICAL CASES raccive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imp rudenons, Exncssnt
Indulgi'n.va or Expnuws.
It i "fif-fv l.liMtt tli 11 1 'hylrliin pylii
pnrtleulur ll. ntlnii to a 'l.i ol ra-e alialn
creat kllt. n.l ihvl.'lan In ri'K.ili.r praellee
all over the ennnirv knowlnir till-, i'r.."iilly
reeoimileii.l eineilo the ulileat oillee In America,
where every known at . 1 1 1 Is retorted to,
ill. I the pi-ovt'il pnml I'hiii.,.! ln rif ll
aires and rniintrli' arc tin-d. A whole lions I
Hieil for oillee inni i"i, ami all are United wllh
kill In a r.Hit'.'Uiil iiiiiniicr; hi , I. kiiowlim
what to do. no t'Xerlnicnt are made. (Ml ac
count of Hit) Kient number iilvlrtii, tba
rhiirne am k"it low. ort. ii !-,n-r tl.an l
denitiinlea by oilier If yon H'. uie the akl'l
and iret a vc'1''.)' and perfi rt 1 1 1 - cure, that la
thn liiii..i taut iii itter. I uin hli l, M lJUguiH
lent to any vMmi free.
piTaVYs. I CARRIAGE GUIDE. I ps.
Eleirnnt cloth nnd silt hlinlliiK, feiiled for 50
cent In pci-tw or cm i-en. y. Over lllly won
iterl'ul l'Hi ,l.'liir.. true to tin- ai llclexon t lit.
,'ollo Inn Biil'li et . Win. mnv innrry. who not;
aliyr l'mrer i.e. to tuai rv, Wlio marry llrat.
Tl.iiihooil, AVoiiiiiiiIi'.imI, I'll y-li-nl deeiiy. W ho
houM n ur, y. Mon IMVo: , luni iiH'-- tnny li
inereii1-. .1. I lioie no.rrlid or ronti nii'liitln
Marry lull h.uil.l r.'iul It. 1 1 onlil to be read
nv all adult i r-on. then k. i t tnnler lo. k mid
k'vv. l'iiiiilar ..'ll I Ion. K ine 11 uljin e, lint ier
foi er 'i.l i'ui pant-, ii cviiU to luiul. In uioiiejf
-v ii r iinot, 1 1 'ti 1 iwpopinn by. c"
J Wl I I "and dare htil.iru yen die, om,..
tioiiir, nn 1. iuy aim 'idiiiiio
leava behind tncntiqmir llnio."
till) s week iu your own town
Five Uulli.r on, 111 Ire. No
rlk, Rv rythlng vow Capital ent required. Wa
will fun. lb you every thing Slimy are innkliiK
fortune. I.ad;ea m'nko a tiiucb men nnd lite,
and )jlrl m ike ureal pay Kead.ir, If you waiit
ti itKti.i'HH at wh ch von ran tnakri er. nt pay all tl.e
time. wrilt)forparilculurtoll. 11 iL.l t T i A CD.
ff a A week made nt homo hy 'h lndu
Lit1 Itrloii. ibmt ii'miuei. now huf re itm
iK ' "b'l'1- Capital not newlcd. We
r I will turt ymi. Mon, wouicd. boa
IT and Klrl wanted evcrvwhuio to work
lor ti. Now I ihtt tiniH You can
work In pr tlmu. or lvn 011r wholu titnu to Hid
bin ne. No other buliifi w III p .- yon m arly
a well No nt:oi:ati fail to iniiko eoniinou pny,
bv citiirnRoIni; at utirti. C.iily ouMlt and l -rni true
Money made lat. oaally, and honorably, Ad.lrc
Tit UU Cl)., AiltiUaU. Uiniliu
A Now nrt coinpii'ts 11 di'l. front I ri on t.r.-iv
Hccond and Kiillroad Mlrci't.
Kjcw iiiioi'H applied to the atirfnco
ti f 1 in inii.sa. iniinni k l k. w a sini
nor diaoolor th Skin, or Icava rtlnaRTTCHhlo ciTrcL.i of any kind, it
haw wo KQtrAtforthft Cnreof HhMmntirtra. Spraimi, Brnlnon.
Stiff Joints, NnuralirlA, Liuno Back, Crnmpa, Tooth-Acho
8ovf Throat, Paiaiiia xJioLlmba or In any Part ot llio Hystein
and la equally (lfiioiudoii Tor all pains la thn Stomach and Bowela
miUinug m power I 111 UllIUMVO ai.lJIIUIIUIh 00c mwrnui w auniinq
ak your Drturglat for It. ' lrlce bo eta
lrcparcdonlyhy JACOB f HERRELL,
Waolwaala Onitirl. 9T,
THE UNION TRUST CO.,
1 1 and 013 Chcstuut street,
CAPITAL 11,1)00,(100 IClUKmt PKHPETL'AL.
Act a Kiucutor, Adn lniatrntor, A Ijucb, Jte
cul ur, Uuar.liau, Attorney, Aceui, Truelio sod
I'nmnillt,,!. aliu.u,.. 1.. ... .. .1.
iaibaigeaf th property of abiotntoe and
nou re,leu , cii.t-cu and remli Income prompt.
,y,ud(l.clurir,HUiinlully ttiu dillio of every fl
due arv ti ual u I a n.-y known to Hib law.
bauia for Koui wiibln llurKUr-pr ot Vault of tha
Bin- appiovuJco ilru tutu.
Will kept iu Firo and Uurn'ar-proof Safe with,
oat clmro. I'Uic, oc.iiriii.- and ll oih.r val
nab), a auiuruly ko 1 1 ut a moder.it: anuuul cbar.-a
for afe ruiurii or tpucittc Indoumlty. "
Car Xru-ta aud otUur a proved -i-ninlle fortaln,
lo'.eruat h11obI on .Moueya depwOtrd lor &'
fluitu pt riodi, or upon tun dat a' uoiico.
W. l lAl Ti:i- H. I'r. !ld..i,t
Hi KVl'hri CtiYAlKU. Vlco-l'rerldeut.
MIILu H. H I OKK1, I rtaaiirer.
t HANCia UACON, S c'y and Trurt OUIcer.
W. C. PATTEK30N, JiU.N. T F. B A YAH I),
JAM- H LONU. Wllinint 'n, I . ;
Al.FltKiiiH. (tllXKTT, I)k. (Jh.o W. HKILY,
II, in. ALLISON WIIIT-, HairtKbur, i a ;
lot. C V fit Kit, I.'om.J h.Afltll'A,
ll. H. I'ATTKllSUI, 1 ui.tl Kton I1.;
.IU11N T ION ijli, JJo.v. II. C..Y VIEU,
JUL 1. Kl'.KKK, It. aduiK, I'a
THUS. It. PA1TON, HENIIVW 1-cKBRT,
W. J NKAl), 1 ea (nt!, I'a ;
IAS.H MAltriV, EliMl'N UH. liUl Y,
I'll, D H lYMAUNMW, M flliotlo-i P.;
II II. liOl VluN. IIi.n ll K..MOA(ll.N,
JUll - U. KK vl ISO Urtl L lie-l.T, I'a. j
Phllttilelphl . l a ; C.em. W. W. 11. Davi,
Ho. T K JtANIi.iLPH, l), yKiowii. pa ;
Morrlatowu, Pa.; Cil A.. W, C til'ICI!,
A.l ntowu, Pa.
CKYuOUK. Ill'NT 4 ''..
l . (KtbiUlivdiit 1N73 1
3 ExchuujfJ Cimrr. S Y. Ivi 1 1 aS t)o Sr., Clilcftno,
HASo E tS AND HKOKhKs.
Special fa. Ill It'ff.ir the wilrcba" and a' of
M(I 'K. 10 DM. UdAtN P ,ii VISIONS.
Keier to Mcclnin m' Nalloual I.'ank, New Vurk;
Fifth Natioun1 Hatik.CblcaKu, aud lirinaii security
Hank. Louiavllle, Ky.
J. l. hsvxurK. .Member New York Stock Kxcb.
J. A. IK'ST, Member Ibtcao fioa.d of 1'rade.
.N KVRft Y bTAiK IN BrYINtTCItv, Coiiniv
aid St.tu riKhM In r. KN HK.NVS PaTKNT Al,E
CU.Ni'K.NNrll, lordta tlnn Alu without pitclo-r.
A pieh-ant ami ruuiuurrattvo 1 u-iiieaa anumn a
c:aa of ineu m i' 1 ber..l in hnvlnu ttiit: of
inerit-tbo hot. 1 and lliai-cla auloiin keep. r of
Am."e nnd Cairn a. Semi pustul curd f ir tie
crl(.tve clrculur Iree.
.1 MKH W. EVP-NDKN.
Paicutee aid M nii.factiircr, Koiuc, N. Y.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT U1
rKWitlvelyprcrcnttblit.'rriMcdiK'iuK., and will pos.
tlT.'lycun'iiln cnaoa out of tea. Informatl.-n fiat
will rave many l'.vi', a..nt free t,v mail, Oon't ilpliv a,
tnonienu l'n v.-etinn la rritertban ciro. I h John.
finN & CO. no- rov. MASH., f.mnrrly lW tt.
13T ruLtux' luBitrra luuJuiukc now rich blood.
NEW AIVFKTIii EMKNTS.
THAT SETTLES IT.
Broittflit into CtuniM'titioti with the
World, the Best Curries ofT
At thegra.tCentannlal Exhibition of 187(1, the
lead Ids product nf all ih..i branche of thu World'
induatry wero afomh I at Philadelphia. To
cirry oil a prUo In th In of that ireinendous
competition wa a tuk in 10 ordinary difficulty.
Invention and preparation for al evlatlon of pain
ud thu euro of dlrac vcr 1 raent In the urt-at-et
ooel ile varl 'ty, reprcent,ni tho aklll and tb
protoundect atudy nf the a;(e, and It may bo or vital
linroriaiifo to you, pronally, to know that tba
hllthint and only meda ul ea to rubber Pornn.
plutor. wn awaidud to tlo munu'acttirors of
BESS )N'S CAPCIN'E POHOL'S PH'TSB. by
til fjllowlnj! Jury;
Mh. v M, Rufll. uri''in (1 'ucrtil. Pruxlnn rm.
J. H. THOMPSON. A M.M.n , Waihinion, D. C.
C. IJ. Will I E, M0., New Orle in..
KRNESTFLEIS.'II, M.D., Au-trl
Thu dec ll iu km af cr.v.rd cotiflrnielby tba
me,ilcl Jury at tho Pari Exp altion. Knowln
th valuo of alien bih nod unb aacd tmtlinony,
th" medical prof. ialoii, both Iu thu L'nl e, States
snd iu Europe, quickly threw aside tlie old, lor
acllng pW'ter her liu.t ben tilin, aud adopted
Hanson's in tbt-lr reilar prartloo. Thstphj!
Can and -nrrf on of the bn adct reputation did
th a. (l.tlncily prove thu lutilnalc m rlt of tbe
Il I no mure tlinn Jit t io add tn.it tbe sveraga
physician of ti-day I n t .to ninated by tho pr.
Judlce which retarded tho prngre and modi led
thn ucceaac of bis pr -dccuMur of uot mora tban
twoiitv-Cveyu.ir a.i. Uu accept hint from all
quarter and va lor-c ar.d alopt duiuonitrited
bul nu tg.-uta whorev-r he flud tlit'in.
The rlitht orDgorou' Cnpclne Porous Piaster to
taud at the heal of all cat -nial aptillcatitiu what-
a ievor, for thn inlil.-a lon or euro of dlauaau, 1 no
longer quel loued,
Let the imr.h'.aer. however, b on hla nap.l
asalnat Imitation. Tho ite.tilne bai tbo word
CAPCINRciTlu th) middle.
heabttry Si Jobnanii, t homlt. New Y. rk.
Sleadreinp ovrcenl d"rltnr rtn ir ai
. U H..IL.
j i-.iii in o r m o'Tinir pnilifai.tl MIUI-
mr, Addru J. C .Ho L'UUY, Chicago, 1,1.
I imvii a pnaitivo rii.i.iuly f.,r no, lmra .ln, 1,, u
a timiinaitita of ciio at tli wemt kin. I ami uf Imin
Hamllnir liavo rieiii ii.ii-.hI. IihIkkiI, hi ininT I, n.v mil 5
.ti HumMi-aey, that I will hc ml TWO I.OTTI.I . KHf 1: t.
Wilier wllh VAI.I'Alll.H TltKA'I'IMK IH tl.laa.la
uiiunurar. Ol Kji.ivm n, I'. O i,hlr,,M.
Ull. t. A, SLUDUil, )S IWIbuMtwYurk.
Pavlr (( tocV n'Rond yleltllUK
TEN PhH CENT, Per atninm, and over,
rnavoblsln full partlcnln-, with rniMarturv refer
nice and tetl moniala, by addreln'( It. tli.l!w
DKLI., Kln'l Ap'i. 4dCoi.f,iii Hi., Uenon, Mi,
Mention 1 hia paper.
A ItOWt'l'tlll lll'elULI-ul lull 11.011
IHIMAll mnatlv nf Waiinntlnl (Ilia
ll'ho most nenotriit Inir l.lnlnienl
Iknown. Hoconwiitnitftl tlmtn
11 1., n, 1,11. kll U.I1U-I-1UUI.T-II i.litkl
t wiii nnfi ri.ihini