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THE DLlLY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1883,
A NOTXD IIUT VNTITLKU WOMAN.
Tron the Oottoa Oloi.
Jhuri. Kdlton i
Tat above li a rood llkraites of Mm. I.jdl E Pink,
bam, of Lynn, Maewhoaboveallothir hunuui beings
may be truthfully called tha "Imw Friend of Wanun,"
M torn of her corrmpotulenU lote to call her. She
U enalouaty devoted to bar work, which la Che outsom
of a Ufa-study, anil la obliged to keep aU luly
assistants, to help her aoawer tha largo eoiTeaporaVnce
which dally pout In upon bar, each boarlnf Its ajiKlal
turdon of auffaiinf , or Joy at release tron Ik Uur
VugeUble Compound U a medicine for good uu' no
Ml purpoaea, I hare personally Investigated It and
am satisfied of tha truth of this.
On aooount of lu proven merlte. it la recommended
and prKrlbl by the beat plialulaoa la tha eountry.
Ona earsi "It worlct Uka a charm and aarca much
pain. It will cunt entirely the wont form of falling
of the uterus, 1mcntTliraa, Irregular and painful
MflDJtraatlon,all Ovaitiu TrouLlM, Inflammation and
Ulceration, rioodlnn,.ll tMapIacemcnta anl the con
aequrnt spinal weak mm, aud la especially adapted to
It prrmMka ewy portion of tha tyatcra, and gives
Baw Uf e and rigor. It removes tnintnm flatukary, ,
destroys all arm ring for atUnulanta, and relieves weak
Boa of tha stomach. It cures Bloating. Headaches,
Kcrrouj Promt ration, Oonxral PrbUlty, Sleeplessness,
Dfpruaidon and Indlgcatlon. That feeling of bearing
down.caualiiK pain, weight and haekanba, la alwaya
permanently cured by Ita use. It will at all tlnva, and
omLsr all drcuinatannta, art In hantiony with the law
that govern tlir 'eninle system.
11 cm only (i ar bottle r six for S.,and Is sold by
druggists. An) .uirlc required a to aporiol coam, anil
tbonaroca of many who harr bcn restored to perfoct
health by tl:e utecf the Vegetable Compound, can be
obtaii,wl by a.ilreailng Sire P., with stamp for reply,
at her t.oni': In Lynn, Mam.
iror Kidney Complaint of rifaar mi tbU compound la
onwrpanM'd a aliundnnt testimonials abuw.
Mrs. Hnkliaoi'aUvarl'U'Ctayaonewrlfer, "are
fJU bat a tkt vrld for tha eura o! OravtlpaUnn,
lUlloasnras and Torpidity of tha liver. Be blood
rurlflerwork woaderstn tta special line and bids fait
to iial tba Compound la tta popwlartry.
ill ttiuat reaped bar aa an kngri of Mtfiry whoa- Sols
mhlUoo b to do good to others.
Pluladftlphla. Pa. S . mA.W.n
IoTalldn who are ri'coyering v!ta) Kttmlna, declare
la grati ful l.-rm Ihoir ipprixiatlon of Ilia rocrlta
a a tnnlc, of noi;U!r Blomach lllttfr. ot
oulydoi'K it impart uruncih to the weak, hnt II
kiaocorrert an Irregular arid aiateni th Hluda'A,
maica tue unwi a. t at uropvr lrii.Tu, givon
eaae to tniKu who enni'r irom rbenmatie ana kid
ey trouble, and cunquir aa well u prereota
lever ana auo
pri a I eby a I M 3 g f ta nnl Dvalcra gc n erally.
llop TlittiTs are the f'uri'st anOifst
liiiton ever Jiie.
Tliey are compounilo 1 t'rora H, Mult,
Bucliu, Utnlr:ike ami Dnnk'Nnn ihenM-
est, best, nml nut valualiln un.'-licincH
in the wor'nUml contain all the best nnd
most cumtive iroierlies of nil other rem
edies, being the Kreatcet Ulood Purifier,
Liver IteguUtor, and Life and Health He-
storing Agent on earth. J disearieor ill
health can possibly long exist where these
Bitters are used, bo varied and perbct are
They give new life and vigor to the aged
and infirm. To U whose employments
cause irregularity of the bowels or urinary
organs, or require an apetizr, Toi'ic and
mild Stimulant Hop Bitters are invaluable,
being highly curative, tonic and stimula
ting, without intoxicating.
No matter what yuar feelings or symp
toms are, what the disetse or ailment is
use Hop Hitters. Di n t wait until you
are sick, but if you only feel bad
or miserable, use Hop Hitters at
once. It may save your life
Hundreds havo been saved by so doing,
$,"500 will be paid for a case they will not
cure or hem.
Do not suffer or let your fiieuds suffer,
but use and urge them to use Hop Hitters.
Remember Hop Hitters is no vi!e,drugged
drunken nostrum, but the Purest nnd
Best Medicine ever made; the "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should bo without them. Try tho Bitters
Xa eompntea of Herhitl mid Mueilntrinoua prod
uct, which permeate the aubatance ortlie
LanffHi expectoratea the ficrld matter
thatouUeoteiu tha lirunihlnl Tiibe,nnilforiuia
nothing coat Inn, wbub rrllevea the Ir
ritation that cmui Uie eniiRh. It cleanaei
the. lunge of all linpurltlea, etrengthene
them when enfeehleil by dlaeaae,inviror
ntea the circulation of the blood, and tractatho
nervouRiratem. Hlltrht cotda often end In
conaumiitlnn. It la ilanRcronatu nrRlecl
them. Apply the remedy promptly. A
toatof twonly yunra wnrranta tha awriion thnt
noremeny hnaerer ree roaiMi inaiiana
prompt in itacffmlana TUTT'S EXPECTORANT.
A aliiKle doae ralaca the ihleKni,uUJiin
infliiminnt ion, mill ita tue fclily otirethonmt
ohitinatfl enuxli. A pleaaant cordlal,chll
dren take It readily. For Croup It !
luralilalile nmt ahniili dn In evtry fmully.
In artf. and t Itotflea.
, . P I L aLS
ftCT PtPFCT N THE LIVER.
t'ur 4'htllM and l-'ever. liyapepalu,
Elok Headache. IMIIoM Colln,(:intiia
tlon, KlieuiuntlMia.l'lliiK, l'nliiKntlonof
the Heart, JiXliira, Torpid Liver, and
l'eiaale Iri-rRiiUrltlei. If you ilo not "livl
viry wall," a nini lorill atlmuUiu Hie atomnch,
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS! ,
lJn.TuTTi-7J(ir,S(ri J or U n year 1 havn
t. - . . ... , t..unnnKlu. r'nllatitMilInn ami 1
. ..... b i- r ::,-,,,,,, , .
'l'liiy are votth
IIHV. H.1j. 8IMl'80ir,TiOUlin, Ky.
OfllcetllllMnrrar ft., WewTprk, i
I 1B. TI'TT'N MANUAL of I.'MlVllX
Ijaecelpta rulX uu avwlieaUoH. I
VtS STOMACH p
Bow a woll limn, hnvo. ffood apoUU, dimtwn
. A . .1 I . ..1 ! I. A nn,,ii till I h HTM
"Tius, ir-HHiiir rujm I"''" B
itlntid fnrt.v notininSulid fluHll.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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all Communication hotild be (i1dree4 to
B. A. BUKNKTT.
, . rnbtlaherand frotrtetnr.
W. F..uiiim, (Wet editor of tat Hm.i.aTia
and aiamnboit p4aeoirr aifeat. Orrtur for all
kliiflaoratoaiuhoat lob prioilun aollclud. OIHce
at Uuwof'a K urouean Hml. No, 7i Ohio levee.
HTAOtH Of TUB KIVKIl.
, The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this port, 51 feet 3 inches and fall
ing. Cincinnati, March 2 -0 p. m. River 20
feet 2 inches and falling.
Pittsburgh, March 2-0p.m River 5 feet
8 inches and falling.
Louisville, March -20 p. m. Kiver 11
feet 5 inches and falling.
Nashville, March 2 p.m. River 14
feet 0 inches and falling.
St. Louis, March 2 C p. ra. River 25
feet 5 inches and falling.
Tho Will Kyle from New Orleans ar
rived here yesterday morning at 12:30.
She had 1,000 tons of freight an la big
passenger trip. Lft for Cincinnati at 2 p.
Tho W. S. Hays, tho fastest craft in the
Ohio or that comes to Cairo, will report
here this morning for New Orleans. Uapt.
W. C. Tichenor master aud Wahh Floyd in
The Goldn n Rule of tne Southern Trans
portation line will land here Sunday on
her route to New Orleane. She has aa good
accomodation hs can be offered and her
officers all first-class gentlemen.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
for Piducah and Shawneetown last night.
She will leave here Sunday on her return
trip to the Future Great.
The B. S. Itliea is the diudy p icket of
the "Wild Suwanee" and without accident
will arrive here Sunday evening, leaving
here Monday 10 a. u. for Nashville and
Weather clear and mild as apring; river
fulling; business on the levee good and
everybody looks cheerful. High water
has no effect on Cairo.
The City of Baton Rouge from New Or
leans has a big trip for St. Louis and is
duo bete early this morning for the Utter
The Bright Light from below is due this
morning tor . Louis.
The City of Heleua is advertised to leave
St. Louis this evening for Memphis which
will put her here to-morrow evening.
The Ella Kimbrough from St. Louis is
due to morrow ami will leave here her on
her return trip at 6 p. m. same day.
The Cons Millar from Cincinnati will
report here to night for Memphis.
I ETTEK LIST.
LIST UK I.ETTKH9 KKMAININO LNCAtl.Kl)
KOK IN TUB I'OSTWKICK AT CAIHO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, MAKCH J, I80J.
Brown, C Addie
Collins, Sarah J
Martin, C R
Oweus, Hattic 2
Sammes, D M
Shivude, E F
Clark, T 0
Slead, S F
Anderson, Hurrcy Albertus, Chtrles
B'jlic, William Brooks, William
Black, O B Brown, Paul
Black, O B Briticks, Melvill
Bidder,' William Boeth, II
Babb, U II Bailey, Ed
Barry, Geo II Conley, I E
Cirk, Buck R Dugard, James .
Douglas, Capt Doveney, William
Ualio, Pat Davis, James II
Dickerson, Charley Drury, Ilenerv
Fowler, Mack Fetter, Ferdinand
Grcathouse, James Hudson, Andrew
Horigan, Michael Howard, George
Hays, Geo Levens, Henery S
Morgan, Sam Miller, Peta
Manner, Menna Martin, Josh A
Mapior, llemony More, Dennis
McCaulon, AT Nol an, Joh n
Nicholas, T W McNaulty, Phill
Price, S L Owen, L D
Price, L izcrus Tarmor, J M
Homhai t, Wm 3 Ra vill.Jnhn
Rundall, F, 0 Smith, Jos
Stiuson,TM Schorle, P
Steaphens, David J , Sizelovo, Georgo
TIioiuhs, Vyesley Thomas, William
Taylor, Fred P Tagu a, Frank
Taylor, Davo Vandergrofr, J J
Veach, Charles Webber, Dan
Wolklnp, John P , Willson, Jun
Watson; John ' White, Monroe
Webber, Ela , Wilison, John
Williams, Rhomn Ware, 8 W Col
Willson, Chas D 0 . Walker, Chas
Persons calling for the abovo mentioued
will ploano aay advertised.
Wu. M Mobi'iit, Postmaster.
Winston, Foiikyth Co., N. C.
Gknts I desiro to express to you my
tliHiikn for your wondeihil Hup Bitters. I
was troubled w'uli dyspepsia for Jive years
previous to commencing tho uo of your
Hop Bitter some six months ngo, My
euro has been" wonderful. I utn pastor of
the First Methodist Church of this place,
nnd my whole congregation cmi testify to
the great virtues of your bitters.
An Ohio Roinanco.
There is a lilt In town neiirhcre nnmed
North Limit, which Iiuh iv kind of ro
mantic historical nil'iiir which has fur
nished the neighbors and villager food
for talk. The hero, if such ho could bo
culled, vuh n queer old iniiii tiiinied
Jacob AugiiHline. Ho lately died. Ho
was a strange, pood-hearted little man,
who had never alcpt a single night away
from Ihn home, and the longest journey
he ever made wan to come to this city,
a distance of but a few miles. And yet
this stranger to the word at large, whoso
life was almost that of a child, through
all its years had a romance, the secret
of which he carried to the grave. When
ho wns a sturdy young man he became
betrothed to a bright, vivacious little
German gill, (iottlicb Wealandt. She
smiled upon bis suit, but her father
broke the match. From this moment
Jacob Augustine led the life of a bach
elor. It has been known of late that Jacob
was accumulating considerable wealth,
although he made no exhibition of it,
aud when he died a search was at once,
instituted for the money and his will,
which he had made a year ago. The
search through the attic of his house re
vealed in out-of-the-way corners, many
and various amounts of money, which
was largely in Mexican and Spanish
coins, but no trace of the inis.-.ing will
was found until a trunk was examined,
nnd there, pinned securely in the sleeve
of the old-fashioned swallow-tailed wed
ding coat, was the will and a bag con
taining nearly 700 in gold. All the
personal effects left by tho .strange old
man were sold at auction, and almost
within hearing of the auctioneers voice,
a prisoner in her own house, wits the
once fair maiden, Gottlieb Wealandt,
now and for the last fifty-eight years
hopelessly insane because of the cruel
fate that kept her from unilinglier heart
and life with her betrothed. She re
mains the a. Mirvivor of this sad ro
mance of a half-century ago. 'oungs
toirn Cur. I'ittslmrg hisimtih.
How to Eplit a Shoot of Paper.
It is one of the inot remarkable prop
erties of that wonderful product, paper,
says the British arid Colonial I'rinkr
anrl Kt'itifjncr, that it can be split into
two or even three parts, however thin
the sheet. We have seen a leaf of the
Illustrated St irs thus divided into three
parts, or three thin leaves. One, con
sisted of the surface on which the en
gravings are printed; another was tho
side containing the lctter-jnvss, aud a
perfectly blank piece on either side was
the paper that lay between. Many peo
ple who have not seen this done might
think it impossible, yet it is not only
possible, but extremely easy, as we shall
show. Get a piece of plate-glass, and
dace it on a sheet of paper; then let the
atter be thoroughly soaked. With care
and dexterity the sliect can be solit by
the top surface being removed. But the
best plan is to past! a piece of cloth or
strong pajKT to each side of the sheet to
bo split. When dry, violently and with
out hesitation pull the two pieces asun
der, when part of the sheet will befound
W have auhored to one and part to the
other. Soften the paste in wafer and
the pieces can la; easily removed from
the cloth. The process is generally de
monstrated as a matter of curiosity, yet
it can Ih1 utilized in various way's. If
we want to paste in a scrap-book a
newspaper article printed on both hides
of the paper, and possess only one copy
it is very convenient to know how to de
tach the one side from the other. The
paper, wIiph split, a-s may be imagined,
is more transparent than it was before
lielng subjected to the operation, anil
the printing-ink is somewhat duller.
Otherwise the two pieces present the
appearance of the original if again
brought together. . Some time ago the
information of how to do this splitting
wns advertised to be sold font consider
able sum. We now impart it to all our
Acknowledged His Signature.
A man from a neighboring town
wished one of our banks to take his note,
a Bhort time ngo. The directors said
they would cash .his note if his brother
would indorse it. The bank took it and
paid the money. When the note be
came due the signer did not pay it, and
the bank notified the brother. That
gentleman came into the counting-room
in amazement and asked, "What have
yon against me?"
"Didn't you indorse a note for your
brother?" asked the cashier.
"Not that I know of," replied the
"Isn't this your signature?" demand
ed the bank o'llicial, producing the note
The man looked at his name, written
on the paper, and rubbed his eyes.
"Yes," said he, "that's my signature,
sure, but I should think he might have
allowed me to write W Hartford
A new book Is 'entitled "Short Say
ings of Great Men." When are we to
have "Great Sayings of Short Men?"
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Liimbigo, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
or Throat, Mwrlllngfa, Npritlna, Hrulara,
Burna, Nritlila, Front llllra,
ikb ah (mint miuu.v run ami ai iirs.
Sail b; Druuliii and IMin vrrrwix . rmjr tu botua
klrwtlimi In It l.nm.
(1 wa.vuMauaauu.1 aaliUaen, MhC.S. i.
iraiari -.'.T.iri.wM,n'a,i.'v,'i 1
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tba Howard OsIt.dIo Hhieldand our ethar Klaetro
Onlmolo noil Miu,ni,tio Aj ulliiai a nad ()armnni ara
a aureoorn for 'Narrow iMhlliry. I'araljrala, KnilKlur,
Itlltumitlilim. Ovurwnrkiwt liruln F.h..tlhHMl . J
Vital Knrr. Won Umk, KldnaVl.lw, and Htomwh
ComplHlnu, and are Hdptd to KIT II K It HEX. ThwKi
Kiniimmm. r ina rnrr Intent improTod, and anllralr
dff.irent from Iwlta and all othara, a (bur rwnltlvaly
RcnaraUoomlnnnuii currnnta wlthnnt aclda, cana.nirna
aura oorlrrltat m of I ho akln-cao ti worn at work aa
whJI aa raat onl notlcHh tnwanrar. fnwnrl mania
tl to mmt tho different aUma of all rilarnaaa WW
fclnctrlc and MiMtamie treatment la nl Imnntlt. 1 bom for
At nnca raiieh tha afnt of dlaeaaa. a thalr arllnn la
dlrwit iltmn Ntrona. Muarulnr.and 0nr8tlvii Centura,
aredlly rmtorln tha vltKlltr-whlnh la Klwtrlcltr-drio-d
from tba aratwm by aicaaaorlndlarrHUona, nnd
thnjf thnj In a nntnrul war ornrronwi tha waaknnaa
without dniKKlark tha torniwh. Thar will enra avary
T.nm ahnr of aii-iK-toml dftimneratlon, nnd Mra
l.wpHrod to furalah tha moat mi.hnll! a-d nb-oliita
pwif t'laopportiinr cUlma. Our llluatratad I'ami'blet
ant Frae or In awtlpd onvnloi for Co poatatm.
C:asil,..t'.:n I AMERICAN CALVANIC CO.
Kit Inrltel f 3 1 2 N. 6th 8t., St. Loula.Mo
A Nw and coiupiuiu U dot, frootiiin on leva
6ucond nud Kailrund Hlrecta,
Tbo Paajcnpcr D'-not ol the Chit at;o. St. I.niiia
acd .tuw Urleana: Illinois Lvutral; waiia-ti, rat
l.nuin and I'aclnc; lorn Mountain and S..utlR'rn
Molitlvand Ohio: Cair ami .St. Ltitna Hallway
arc all jiml acxib the at rent; while Ihu Steamboat
Land iiii ih hut onfi niii arc nlalant.
Thif Hotel la bcau-d hy ati-am, baa "Irani
l.annnry, llTdrttullc Elvtir, Bluctric t iiil iit-ua
Antomalic r irc-Alarnia, jiatna, anaoinu'iy puru air
t)erleelrwitrai!u nnd tompleto anuolntmuntK.
Karurb furniHhioijit; iierfucl aurvtcu; and an an
axe: not udib.
La. P. PAUKKH At
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
. aUOCKItOR Te
ll. T. OEKOULD AND
C. P. NEWLAN D.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS, FORCK AND
LIFT FUJ4PS FI RS1SIIKD AND I'Ll
CP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNKR, (JAS FIX
TURKS Of all k'nd" furnlxbed lo order, old (Ixturrx te
brnnxud; Juiiliiiiit promptly Btlended to. Order"
received at Daniel llvtinan's or at tbo shop.
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
MSETn AND TENTH STUUKTS.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Strck
IT THK CITY.
(iOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU to CO..
Cor. NinoUionthr treat ) P'll' 111
OooimarclolAvuuuuf uu"i 1,1
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet.
The elegant and palatial ateamcr
13. S. RHEA,
J. 8. TYSE1
. M iHiur
Leavoa Cairo every Monday at 4 p. m. for Nash
ville. Nashville,' Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
W. II. CHERRY,
PIXK DUKS Mauler
JOLLY HAHD Clurk.
Loaves this port, every Wednesday at! p.m. for
r'l,0UH UKAIN AND HAT
HlatheaiCtuh Priee Paid r WlwaL
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CAKPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
You iiud at
F. W. ROSENTHAL,
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
vHMHaiiHBBHaaaaHHaaaHaiKiiiiwn. oo coiieeuiruiea inai a
fkw pkops applied to the surfare will Penetrate to the very Bone,
md almost Inetantly RELIEVI PAIN! It wiU not Soil Clothinir,
nor discolor the Skin, or dlsak'reeiilile cllecls n( any kind. It
has no KQUAMnrthn Cnreof
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Craunpe, Tooth-Ache,
Sore Throat. Paina in tha Limb or lu any part oi the hy.stem
:mu is eimaiiy eiiieaciniis lor ail
retiulrlni! a powerful uluuslve siluiulaut. Boo Merrill's Almanao
Ask your DrugKlst (or It. l'rlco so
Krepared only tiy JACOB S.
Wholeanla Dnigglat, 8T.
TJIAT SETTLES IT.
brought into Competition with the
World, the Ikht Carries off
At the t;rc"it Centennial Exhibition of 1STB, the
leading product of all the hrawhea of Ihu World's
industry were assemble 1 at Philadelphia. To
cany oil' a prize in the fii '.e uf that treiueudonl
competition m a task of i o ordinary difficulty.
Inventions and preparation for al evlallon of pain
and the cure of disease were, prasent In the great
est poftsildo varl"ty, rpprcaeutlni the skill and Ihe
profonndeat study of the axe, and It may ha of vital
importance to you, personally, to know that the
highest and only meda (jiven to rubber l'orooe-
planters, whs awarded to the manufacturers of
BENSON'S CAPO INK I'OKOUh I'LASTEK. by
the following jury:
HnJ M. KUTII, Surgeon O -ueral, Prussian army.
J. II. THOMPSON. A.M., M.D , Washington, D. C.
C. 15. WHITE. M I)., Now Orleana.
KUNKST KLEISCU, H D., Austria.
Tho decision was afterwirda confirmed by the
me llcal jury at Ihe Paris Expesitlon. Knowlnu
the value of such high and unlilaaed testimony,
tho medical profession, both in the Uultcd States
and in Europe, quickly threw aside the old, slow
acting phstera :hoy had been tisltK, and adopted
Benson's in their regular practice. Thatphyal.
clans and Mirg on of the broadest reputation! did
this, distinctly proves the lutiinsic in rlt of the
It Is no mure than just to add fiat the average
physician of to-day la not do n muted by the pre
Indices wh'ch retarded the progress and modified
the sui-ccsses of his predecessors of not mors tban
twenty-five years ago.' He accepts hints from all
quarters and eudores atd alopts deniouatraled
healing agents wherever he finds tbem.
The right of llenson's Capcine Porous Plaster to
stand at the head of all external applications what
soever, for the mltlga'lon or cure of disenau, is no
Let the purchaser, however, be on his gnard
against iiniiatioiis. The genuine has the word
CAFClNl.cuTln the middle.
8clniry (t Johnson. Ihemists. New Y' rk.
Wa,iU-l Teachers! vWnth
mwr . Address J.C. Ma U1IUY, Chicago, 111.
1 tiavn a pciflitivo rniuvy for the abura Uliuaiia; by Ita
I thotHaihls ot cum nf tha worst kind ana of foria
Kaniilna hsvo bvin rnrsd. Imjw.l, in strunc Ik my ftitta
11 lUrltlrwy, tliat I will till TWO BOTTI.KS PKKR. Uy
p-tht-r wltliaVAI.fAIII.K TKRATIHK on ttiia dlrWM, M
luy uUmr. Ulvo Kiuia and f. O. aiMrriw,
DH. T. A. BLOCI H, Ml IW! hi., Maw Tora,
1 N VEST 0 KS
I'sviUL' Hlorks orRunds vtuldinu
TliN I'UKCKMT. Per aminin, and over,
mayohtalu full pnrllciilnrs, with satisfactory refer
enees and li'sjlmonials, by addressing II. IM.MS
I)KL(., Fln'l Ag't, 4H Congress St., Uoston, Mass
Mention this paper.
WK will y thi lHvrnl Inrsny "( Llnr Caaiplalal'
Py.wpilil, Slrk H.-tlMch, Iti'lltlfMInn, (-.imtlfatlnn nr CiMtlroltMl,
wvutuinntmr wait VVvit'i iraOil Liftr I'llli, wlim thw illrris
tinman, llrlclly tnmplud with, 1 hry art furrly rirrlat.tr, aii.l
nrfnlt to Klvt ulUfuUnn, 8nRr CU.I. Urr Imtti, con
ulolnir If) nllli, ? fiu, fir tula hy all dnn-l.u, Ikwara of
cuutitrthlu ami lwlua.ni. Tlia (-uulna aiaimfaaturnt only liy
4UIIN C, WKST A CO., St a Ivn W. Mvlllon t., Clllixra
I m tual tMcaair wnt iy mail .tr,id mi rtaati'lal a a uaut itauip.
Health is Wealth !
mint, h giuiHitit4Hnl spoevHo for JlyaU'rin, liz7d
ntMS. CouvnlHions, V'. Nervous Neunilcm.
HoaditohrsNitrvona rrostrntionctiuwl by Ihu tian
ofulnohwl or liihiieoii. Wiiki'ftilitMss, Montal 1)0
pnwslmi, iftnln"f tho Hniin niiltiti ln In
anility nnd lnmling to miwry. tleeay mid doath,
l'rflmtituro Old An. Itnrrnlttieas. Loss of power
lu oitlior sox, JnyiiliinUiry lutasoa and bimrmnt
orrliiiii tnuaixl hyovor-oxnrtion or llmhriiin.itnlf.
)iisir ovitr-iitdiiltfouoH. IjioIi box ooiittdns
unit month's trout nn'tit. (I.ltlii box.or six box
torri.ii,sut bynniil prnpnldon rooeipt of prleo.
V iJtll AltATi:EHIX ItOXI.s .
To euro any row". With ene order riwtwl by us
for six boxi'H. Ht'diitnpnniott with 1.1.1X1, ws) will
tndtltp'ir''hitseroiir written nuiirHittiHi In ra
fund tho money If tlin trwtitiunt doo not vuovt
a euro. (itiaiuiitiHM iaaiiwd only by
II Alt J IY W.SOIIUII.
Druggist, Cor. Comtntitnlal ivo. A 18th it Cairo.
"T''",rl " at u, I UAUlai
liosc(l mostly ol Kssentlal Oils.
uu ititm pentuniuiiK i.ininieni
Rhenmntlam. Spraina. Bruispa
pains in ui Btoma.cn ana ijowets,
cU per bottle
NEW A0VKHTISK MKNTS.
THE UNION TRUST CO
(ill ami Clil Hipstuut Street,
CAPITAL $1,000,000 ICHAKTKK PEKPKTUAL.
Acta as Execntor. Adirlmstratnr. A-slence. He-
celver, Ouardlan, Attorney, Agent, Trustee and
commmee, alone or in connection with an Indi
Takes charge pf th property of absentees and
nou residents, collects and remits Income prompt
ly, and discharges faithfully the duties of every fl
duciarv trust an I agency known to the law.
Hales for Keut within llurglar-pnof Vaults of the
most appiovcd construction.
Wills kept In 1'ire and liurgiar proof Safvs with
out charge. Plate, securities and all other val
uables securely kept at a moderate annual charge
for safe return or specific Indemnity.
Car Trusts and otlmr at proved securities for sale.
Interest allowed on Moneys deposited for de
finite periods, or upon ten days' notice.
W. C. PATTKItXlN, President
1I1ESTKR CLYM Kit. Vice-President.
M All 1,0 N S. HI'OKKii, Treasurer.
KUANCIS UACON, S. c'y aud Trust Officer.
W. C, PATTKKSON, HoN.T F. BAYARD,
JAMhS LONG. Wilmington, Del.;
ALPItKI) S. OII.LRTT, Dii OtO W. liKILT,
Hon. ALLISON WJIITa, llarrlsburg, I's :
1)B. 0 P I't'KN EH, Uon.J . AFKICA,
D. K. PATTKItSOU,
,IOUN T. MONltOK,
JOS. I. KEKKE.
TIIOS. K. PATTON,
W. J NKAO,
IMintlrgton, Pa. i
Ilo.v. II. CLYMKB,
K 'sding, Pa.;
I1ENUY H ECKEHT,
l.'ea'tlntt. Pa ;
EDM I' N OS. IIOIY.
JAS. 8. MAKTIN,
In. I) UAYKH AONKW, Mifflinetown. Pa.;
H. II. HOUSTON. Hon.K. fi. MONAUHAN,
JOils O. KK AL1NO, West Cheater, Pa. ;
Viilladelphl . Pa : Oen. W. W. II. Davis,
Hon, T. K KANIxilPn. Doylestowtt, Pa. ;
Morrletown. Pa.; CHAS. W. COOPER,
All ntown. Pa.
CEYJIOLK, IM'N'T 4 CO.,
O (Established In 1 HTIi.)
8 Exchange Court. N. y. lit l.aS-tlle St., Chicago,
HANhKKS AND lIKOKliKS.
Hpprlitl faclll les for the purchase and salo of
STOCKS HOMS. OKAI.N PKO VISION'S.
Kefer to Mechanics' National Hank, New York;
Fifth National Rank, Chicago, and Ovruian Security
Hank. Louisville, Ky.
J. M. 6xv xoim, Mumlier New Y'ork Stock Exch.
J. A. Hunt, Member Cnlcago r.oaid of Trade.
A. L. HlTMOl'K.
f 8TATB IN IIUYINO Cllv, County
and Htnte rlgltts In KVKN'DKX'.S PATENT ALE
CONIiKN'HKH. for drawing Ale without a pitcher.
A pleasant and remunerative IuihIiisss among a
rtaas of men most liberal in buying a thing of
merit the hotel and tlrsl-claas saloon keepers of
America and Canada. Send postal card for de
scriptive circular free.
.1 AM ICS W. KVKNDEN.
Patentee ai d Manufacturer, Rome, N, T.
617 SL Charlos Stroet, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rairular Oin.liinta sif two medical
tiilliKiw, has I n Punter ligimt'd In the treat
ment of l.'ltronio, Nel-voiiK, fUin bikI
I.tlno.1 DlwiiM'a thitti any other idivslelan 111
HI, Louis, aa cllv pnier4 kbaw attd all old re.
deiiin know. Consuliiitlon ..t otlleeor by mall,
fief and Invited. A Irietiiliv talk or his opinion
costa nothing. When It IslneotivpiilHittovlHlt
ihe elly .or trenlinenl, tiieiltelnea rnu he sent
liy ntallor express evervw liere. ( iniilile cava
gnaninteeil j where ili.ii la exists It h frankly
itnteil. Call or Wrlle,
Nervous Prostration, Doailily, Montal tni
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
Rffootiona of Throat, Skin and Bonen, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skio Afloc-
tions, Old Sorei a"d Ulcers, Iaipdd'ments to
Murriags, Ehiumatlsin, Pilji, Speoial
attention to cmos from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES rocoive special attention,
Dlsoasoi arising from Ir.pruduncoi, Excensaa,
Indulgnncas or Expoiuroi.
It Is aelf-evller.t that n phvlelau psvlng
partlettlar allenUoti to aeln iil'en-fa altnlna
grent skill, ar.il pliyalelaim lit r.-i-itlar praetlert
all over In eniintry knowing this, frequently
recmninstiil rases lo the ol.lesli.lllee In America,
where every known appliance Is resorted to.
aud the provtol unnil tenieillMa of all
Ses anil eniiiitrlea are used. A whole lioiiss M
used lornlllcf pitnnises, anil all nrelrenled wllh
kill In a reipeetlitl maimeri anil, know In n
what lo do. no experiments are lunilv. Illtac
rniiiii of the ureal uitiolier tipplylng. tint
rharuea are kept liw. often lo'ver than la
iliinaiiiled Pr nlliers If von secure the akl'l
ami get a speedy ami pei feel lil'o cure, that it
His Important mutter. I'tiinplilel, M pugek,
tut to any address free.
plates. 1 MARRIAGE GUIDE. PAGES.
Eleirnnt plolli ami Hit binding, Sealed for W
eetils In poslime or eitrreitey. liver lltty won
lerflll H'II plellires, true to un-, arlli'lesotl the
follnwliiir anlijeets, V lio may nttirrv. wlntnot;
hvlf Proper ntte to iniirrv. Who marry II rst.
nithooil, Wouiiiiiltisid. I'hvsieiil ileeny. no
hotild man y. How IliV and liiippluess may m
Inereaseil, Tioii married or ennleinlilntlnij
HiarrvlliB should read IU It otiultt trjhe read
ny all adult persons, then kept uieler l k ami
kcv. Popular edit Inn, siOi i.tin;, Hit paer
rover and lull pages, Hiieiiu by uiaiUn uieuuy
IHMtage, ; . .
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poaltlraily prsTMttthlaeerrtlldlseaiw, and will pl
atTVlyeursnlna eaaaa on of tvn, Infarmatkn that
will aava Biany Uvea, sent frw hy mall. Dun'l J"lit a
Kniin.nl. 're"-ntl"t) la hrttrr than core. I. S JOIIN.
iN (IK, IIOHTtiN, MAnhx, tonntsrly nasttoB. at a.
tr Paaauar luaauma Puxa ataka mm Muk aluvaV