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THE CAIRO .BULLETIN,
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The Two Glasses.
TIllTO Silt tWOlflHlfWH, (llllxl to the brim.
(Mi it rich mini a tuiilo, rim to
Oni; wan rudely mid nil its hliKxl,
Ami oi) it cli;ur it tho crystal llooil.
Piild the jrliiHHitf wine to I ho puler brothers
"I.i't u tell ilM-tuk'Hof the punt to eudi oilier.
I cmi tell nf tniiKiii'l ami revel Mild mirth,
Ami the iimu'li'Ht Hinl irrnndi-M souls on earth
I'tll miller my touch, hh though struck by
Where I wus ii klnir, for I ruled in nilulit,
J'roin the heinlKi.r klwot I liavo torn the crown,
rrom tlio heiKliiDur fuuie 1 Iihvu hurled men
1 have lilaMtil many an lionoriil name;
J have, taken virtue and given kIiiiiiiu;
I huvo t.inpf-d tlHi jdiiUj with u nip, a tardo,
Hint haamndithlM future a barren wimto,
Mir if renter than a kintrain I,
Or than ati'arniy Im-iii-hiIi the ky;
I hurt niado the arm of the driver fall,
Ami (ten l the train from the Iron rail;
I have niaile poml ship go down at sen.
Anil (lie ehrirk of the lout were sweet to tnn,
r'or they nuiil, Mleholil, how irrciit you lie;
r'liine, Mrciiifth, wealth, (teiilm lietorn you
Fur your ini-rbl and iw-r are over all.'
Mo! ho! pale brother," lauirhii) the wino,
"Can ymi lmi of dnil hh ureal amiilnf?"
!ald the wnli r jtIiihh: "I cannot boat
Of a kiiiKilethtiiiieilorn nnintereil hunt;
lint I can tell of a Inurt, ( ii'l,
My toy ci)-Ul i!ni inii'lci Htfht aitilKliwI;
Ol tlili-Nt I've (iieuehed, of browN I've laved.
Of lunula 1 have cooled ami wmN I have uni-d;
I huvi- leiiiMil lliroiiirli the valley, ilai-lieil ijnwn
Flowed the river and played III the fountain.
Slept In the amiMiiuc and dropix-d from the
And everywhere ifladdi ticd the IimhIm-huc iind
I have ea d the hot forehead of fever and
I huve made the iarelied iiu-aOows ifrow fertile
I can tell of the tnwirful whii-l of the mill
That u ron nil out flour and tiirmil at my will
I can fell of iiimilioo'l dolirwd by you
Mini I lllicd up and crowned anew,
I clu-er. 1 help. I ntri'tuthen and aid :
I iiiii'I'len the heiirt nt nm n and maid;
I et the chmn-wlne captive free.
And all are better lor knowing me."
Thee are the tale they ti.ld each other
l'he irluse of wine and IN paler lin.lln r
At they Hat tuifetber, f)!lel to the Iniiii,
On the rich mini's table run to rim.
THE AUCTIONEER'S STORY.
This is a U nn wnrM! Atnl vet I
never thought no until my Rtt'iiii.ti wm
called to tlic f;ict l) a little inciileiit that
)iHiiftieil to rue. 1 ilmi t know as it
maiie tue any wicr, but it ntaUe tne
ruore thoughtful alMitit tin? jo s and sor
row h ui my fellow Iwiti-i.
I hail cried a dozen of iiawnlirokcra'
sales in ruv time, but I had never
thought of t Fie htory eonuected with my
article of sale. It was but a joke, to iue;
but as I jjnid before, sjnH'lhlnrmnd me
think, and ever since I haven't bad the
name heart to cry away thejfooJ.s of the
tMKir iTeai tires jiiat want and mwerv
have jOld Two to One'
Thi' city of II is a ticiilid market
for our business, and the pawfiluokera
give us Mime of our Litest sales. An
old lot came into the wareroorn one tiny,
consigned to us by ( 'lutchen ife Keep.
As it fell to my duly to assort and label
the goods, it also fell to me to have a
jiurt in the following htory:
The coii-ignmetit conited mai'ily of
glithi and silverware, but itt t!ie lot I
came across a few jiieecs of furniture,
which attracted my attention from the
fact of our having an order from :t
Western house to pick U all the anti
uities afloat for a brie-a-brae linn.
Here were nlanit a dozen sa cimens
of uncomfortable chairs, some glasses
and cabinet.-), nnd I at once labeled them
sold, that they might la forwarded at
once to' our Vi'cstcni bouse. One article,
alone I uniicetl w ith attention enough to
retiiemla'r afterward, and then only be
cause I struck my hand against it! it ml
the pain made me stare hard at the
cause of it. It was an old cedar cabi
net, clamped and bniss-lainnd, but for-lorn-looking
enough in its changed for
tunes. I labeled it ns I thought for the
next day's sale, as there were two
others to gi West, but suliM'ipicnt
events discovered my mistake. Out
Saturday sale was a big one, and by
noon every article put up was bid oil
lively and iiick. The crowd had begun
to thin, ii net I w;s mopping my wet face
when n lady came to the back store
where, 1 was and approached me eager-
"Are you the proprietor, sit ?" shn
asked with a ncruius haste, and I saw
she was trembling.
"I am the auctioneer, madam, I will
call the lirm if you wish."
She looked around timidly but eagerly.
"Perhaps you can attend to my busi
ness. I I -do not understand these
matters very well," she faltered.
I drew a chair into the corner nnd
asked her to sit down, poor little thing.
I took a good look at her. She was si ill
young and pretty.
The, store was' now eiuptv, and tint
light was leavening it, for the sun was
creeping up to the roof us if he had only
waited for the sale to be over.
The lady had a face that touched me
at oucc; she was pain and timid; but
there was that in her face Hint made mo
take off my hat to her. I don't know
how to express it, but it was as if I stood
in the presence of death, and the natural
revoroneo for that mystery eoniiiinnled
"What can I do for you luadani?'1 I
She had been looking nil around her
as if Rocking something.
"You hc lithe giMids, doyou not P" ho
"You would know the articles which
have been sent here?"
She looked nbout her again, aud the
color came and went' hi her faee.
"I have just come from ('lulehem &
Koep. They bad some things I was
forced to part with." Here she paused
for a moment, then looked up ut mo
with a faint smile. "You hcuHhis suld
bo often it must weary you."
Somehow it siiemcit to mu I had only
then understood the possibility i of a
heart etory being attached to tho ex
change, of good aueh M I bait that day
put iiuhVr the hammer.
i am mixioim to help you madam."
I believe I wits growing superstitious;
fori fancied a ghostly pageant was
crossing ami reonwsing the old mirror
which hung beneath the lady.
' ''Tliiink you. I uni looking for a
cedar cabinet, which wusainong the ar
ticles 1 sent to t'iutchem St Keep, and
am told It was sent here for sale. I wish
to redeem it at any price"
She stopped suddenly as my face
changed. A oeilar cabinet! I remem
bered it at once. The hurt on my band
recalled it , also that It bail been labeled
for the day's sale. She grew frightened
at my hesitation.
'l)o not say it u gone!" 'she cried
rising quickly and grasping my arm.
"Oh, (iod would not ho allict me! Look
everywhere for it, I beg you, I pray
Her hand shook so on my tirtn that I
could feel tlieipiivcring of her lingers
I tried to think to whom I had soTd a
cabinet that day; then it Hashed over mo
that there had not been one in the cata
logue. Had I mad,. H mistake and sent
It West? If so, it could be recovered. I
felt glad for my error, but the poor lit
tle woman mistook my silence and broke
down completely, ami then I knew that
some great cause lay beneath her detire
to reclaim the cabinet.
"It is more lo me than life or death!
It means mv children's houon Listen,
and uu will be inlloeiu'cd by my great
need to Iind this cabinet for iue.' J be
lieve it contains the certilicHte of my
marriage and my children's baptism,
w it'iout which I cannot claim my hus
band's c-talc in France. It is not the
money 1 want, but my children' must
nut be deprived of tlic rigid to their
fnl Iter's name!"
She paused to look at nie. I felt ns if
a severe tenion on her nerves bad given
way at lat, ;iud iiiiii! crushed by the
fear of hi-r treasures being lot, her re
serve had broken down and she appeal
ed to me in her need.
"Fificcn cars ago my husband de
serted mc He was lef away by evil
influence, and while, for my children's
sake 1 would have pardoned him, I
never saw Intn again, or heard one
word of him until I learned through the
papers that be was dead and had left an
estate to his wife and children. I could
riot grieve, except that he bad died un
forgiveti by me. I have toiled for years
to maintain mv children. So for "their
sakes 1 Moulicd to the lawver to obtain
possession of the estate. Oh, the shame
of finding another claimant in Frace to
my children's name and honor!
"The careful French lawyer said I
must prove our claim as wife and child
ren by the production of the marriage
and baptismal certificates! And I did
not know where they were! The min
ister was dead and the witnesses had
dishonored my children, and for days
could get no relief from my anxiety un
til by a Hash as if from heaven I remem
bered that I had placed the certificates
and other paper in the old cabinet I
had parted with to t'iutchem & Keep. I
went to them; they had sent it here for
sale, and now you'"
She broke dow n with a moan of des
pair. It was more than I could stand,
riu'it cry and the pitiful story forced me
into action at once.
"You shall have back that cabinet,
madam, " I said solemnly, as if devoting
my life to its search.
"Oh, sir, you will do a noble deed if
von find it for me!" she cried gratefully,
looking at me with la-uining eyes.
Her face looked to me as if a halo
enme over it. and I dimly felt why I had
stood bareheaded before her. Trill V
hud I stood ill death's presence the
death of hope and love in this poor
woman's life the requiem of gladness
She left me with a hopeful smile, tak
ing my hand with a pretty grace, and I
watched her go down theshadowy room
into the sunlight of the street, but the
shadows seemed to fall from iter.
I telegraphed to the Western lirm.
They had the cabinet and rectrncd it at
once; so that before many davs the
nervous little linger were searching in
the presence of tue lawyer and myself
for the precious papers!
She found them! I shall never forget
her face as she held them up. The halo
was there as she said softly,
It seems to cling to me yet, and to
make me think how much misery our
evil passions can work for the innocent.
Says a Mexican correspondent of the
New' York II orW: I don't know what
the Mexicans would do about dancing,
if it were not for the halls given by the
foreigners, a they never receive or give
parlies themselves, and there exists a
sort of furore here for dancing that ex
jced the enthusiasm displayed for this
amusement in other countries.
' I suppose it is partly owing to the fact
ihat Mexican girls und their admirers
jnn only speak to each other in a ball
room while whirling round to the meas
ure of a waltz or u "dan.a," us there
is no visiting carried on here, and the
two soxe know very little of each oilier
until they are joined in matrimony. A
man fear lo visit a Mexican house, as
ho knows he will be immediately asked
his intentions, ami fathers and mothers
here, regard all young men as wolves in
What is a Mashor?
A masher Is usually a "swell," but
every swell is not a 'masher. To bo
"awfully mashed on" a young woman
is equivalent, as I understand, to being
"terrible spoons" or very "hard hit"
Amjlkn, to be much in love w ith her.
The masher proper is a young gentle
man (usually of the "crutch and tooth
pick" fraternity, or of the "(Jardenift
ltrlgade") who.'lmving become a devout
adorer of some fair actress, nightly vis
its the house w here she is onpged that
he may feast his ees upon ner beauty.
The derivation of masher is given as an
Americanism, a corruption of ma cAcre,
A'otcit unit Qm:rii's,
John Day found a lretch of fifty
miles on a Colorado trail without a bar.
He set up one In a tent, forthwith, and
few travelers were able toiret oast wit h.
out yielding to the unexpected tempta
tion, ue mane money nrst, ana kept
It in a tin box, which whs under the
counter when ho was awake and his
pillow when he slept. Tho other day
ho was found wit h half u dozen bullet
holes la his head und all tho profit
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 4 1883.
W. K. Lkmhuin, rtrer editor or 'm Hum.itiw
nd steamboat pumtuieir agfcut. Order for all
klnclnof t(!mliont Job printing solicited, Office
at Bowor'i Karouoan Hotel, No. 7i Ohio levee.
MT AO KS OK TUB KIVKIt.
The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this port, 50 feet 8 inches and full
ing. Cincinnati, March 3-0 p. m. River 24
feet 7 inches and falling.
Pittsburgh, March 3 Op.m River 5 feet
10 inches and falling.
Louisville, March 30 p. in. Rirer 10
feet 5 inches and falling.
Nashville, March 3 (1 p.m. River 13
feet 6 inches and fulling.
St. Louis, March 8 0 p. m. River 24
feet 4 inches and falling.
Yesterday was another "beautiful day to
be added to March, which always bore a
bad Dame for ugliness. "Give the devil
his dues as the old allage goes." The river,
gradunlly falls Bnd by to morrow we will
have a "shore nufT" levee.
The City of Bston Itovge from New Or
lesn arrived here early yesterday morn
ing. She had 1,000 tons of freight on
board all for St. Louis an I left at 10 a.
The Hudson from St. Louis arrive I hue
early yesterday morning and left fur l'iidu
cah and Shawneetown at 8 a. m. She will
report here on her return trip this evening.
The Golden Rule troni Circiocati is due
for New Oi leans to day. If she is not
loaded her freight agent, Capt. V. V
Wright will fill her out.
The Will S. Ihys arrived here yesterday
at noon. She had a moderate trip hut
filled out pretty well and left for New Or
leans at midnight.
The reliable Cons Millar is duo e&ry
this morning for Memphis. For freight or
passage see W. F. Lambdin, Agent.
The Ella Kimbrongh from St. Louis is
due to-day and leaves on her return trip
this evening for the Future Greit.
The B. S. Rhen is duo this evening fr'eui
Nashville and leaves on her return trip at
10 a. m. to-morruw.
The City of Helen left St. Louis lust
evening for Memphis and will report here
The David R. Powell from St. L mis
pssed down for New Orleans with a fine
The City of New Orleans left the Cres
ent City last evening for St. Louis.
The Btdle of Shreveport is due to-day
for New Orleans from St. Louis.
tfncKien Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures riles. It is cuarauteed to give ecr
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 cents par box. For sale by Geo. E
To all who arc suffering from the errors
ud indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, 1
will send a recipe that will crrey oil, fuek
of chahok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Semi a sell-addressed euvelope to the Rev.
Jostru T. I.n-man, Station I)., New York
JfTi-e of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat und Luiil', are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bnulu of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Connhnption, free of
charge, which will convince them ot its
wonderful merits ami show what a regular
(tollar-size bottle rlo. Call early. (3)
All for Another Fellow's Sister,
An affable, though somewhat dedi
cated American was on his way, the
other day, lolhe city of Bosloti. say the
Toronto'.Wirv. Ile'liad, with thut'thrif
ty forethought of his nation, secured a
lower berth, and was meditating upon
the wisdom of gathering his body be
hind the curtains when he was accosted
by an Englishman in a, I weed suit. The
Knglishman was of an ample presence,
and had the air of one who had been
pastured on mutton chojis all hi-, life.
"You will excuse me, ' said he of tho
tweed suit, "but am I right in supiios
ing that, you have the lower berth?''
"Yorrlicl xour life," replied the oth
er. "My sister." said tlic owner of the
twccd'Miil. " has the upper berth, which
Is deuced awkward, you know. The fact
is," added the Englishman, with frank
urbanity, "it's d unpleasant for la
dies to climb no past a man in a lowei
herth.( They think every body's looking
nl their legs, you know.' Now, might I
ask you, sir, to do mo Ihc extreme favm
of occupying the upper berth and per
mitting my sister lo lake yours?"
The request was scarcely preferred
before the American, with the gallantry
of n genuine Yank, Im-tcneil to assiin
his English acquaintance that nothing
could give him more pleasure than lo l
of service to a lady.
On the following morning the Ameri
can wnsasiniiishciTlo see n pair of (weed
legs emerge from :t lower berth opposik
(hat which he Inn) polilelv given up,
and the next moment the adipose uppei
extremities of the Englishman.
"Say," said the American, as tin nil
of grave disgust began lo creep over hi"
aslonishcd jihyslognomv, "didn't voi,
ask tun to give up mv 'lower berth" k
"Certainly, my dear fellow," ivplleo
tho gentleman addressed, " hope vol.
"And you had it lower berth?" oi
" And then you got me to give .ii
mine to your sister, sir?"
" Why, my dear fellow," said tin
Englishman in his turn, nslotiistieil.
" you didn't expect I'd glvo up a lowei
berth to tuv own sister, did youP"
A Now and uompinie lintel, fronting on I.kvcc
Second aud lUilroad Hlret li,
Tho PaMencrr Depot of tho Chiiairo, St. Lonll
aud ,w Orleaua: IlliuoU Central; Wahash, Hi,
Loula and 1'aHilc; I, on Mountain and Southern,
Moliiluanil Ohio; Cairo and 1st. I.ouit Itntlwayi
are all Juat acrota thu atriu-t: while the Su-ambuui
LaudiriK in lint onu aqtiaru ilintunt.
Thin lintel in ht-Htud ty mimm, baa ti-am
Uundry, Iljdraulc Elvaur, JCIeclrlc Call llcll.
Automatic Fira-Alarma, Hatha, ahaolutt-ly pure air,
purine t ue weratfc and complete appnintnieuta.
Hunt-rb furtHMliliini.; perfect aervico; mu! an nn
Ij. P. VA.HK KU .V '( ).. J ...
Nashville, Paducuh A Cairo racket-
The elegant and paliitUt atomti'-r
13. S. II H EA,
J. 8. TVNEU. M iHti-t
UII.I.Y HOUSTON flak
I-av Cairo every Monday at p. m. for NaHi-
Nashville, Paducahifc Cairo U. S. Mail
AV. II. CHERRY,
Leave thla port every Weduenday at! p. m. for
AND LACK VITAL ENERCYV
Th. I1i.m.iI n.l . 1 1 . ..
0lnlc.nd Mnaiwtio Arpli.-ia mid Onrmt.nl. ant
jurecurefor N.rrona iMbllify, l'smljrsli, tnilimy.
Khwimatlim, Ownrorkmi llrHlo. tih.u.tlon or W. or
ltal Hoerw. Vili Bclc, hlilney. I.lvr, and Ktomach
Comillnta.ao1 are aduptwl to tlTHKft HKX. Th
applUni. ar tmBr7 luteal Imurofnd, and ontlrvir
d ltarent (rora delta and nil ntlmra, aa they positively
generate comianoua corninta without acids, cnuefnii no
owe norlrrltni ,)o f the skln-aAie worn at work ai
TH '.J "J'",,,-:'ni'.''i"lceihl to wearer. Power lremi In.
tltomwt the different atacea of all dieew.ee where
tleclncBDd Hnxnetlc trwatment leof lienetlt. 'J how. for
At once rewb the jt ot dieenee, aa their art loo Is
direct tiin!ernua. Mownler, nnd Oenerutlte Tenters,
aiwedlly rMlormK the viuilty-whlch Is Klectrleliy
dr..lDl from the rl.m by eic-.ee or I ndlacretione. nnd
-.rj .2 1 n!,'nr"1 ay OTereome the weukness
with tdniajtnft- the storani-h. They will cure every
owe sliort atrnrtiiral diwnerstlon, and we nn
prepHred to fnrniih the rnoet emnhntlc and nhwlute
proof to sunport our claims. Our Illustrated Pamphlet
sent Free or In senled envelope for 60 postern
CeniilUtltt ( AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
Tret Isritei 1 3 1 2 N. 6th St., 8t. Louls.Mo
J)UIS C. HERBERT,
11. T. (iKKOULD AND
U. P. A E W L A N D.
AM) (iAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT 1'UMPS FUUN1S11ED AND I'l l
CP IN A V(KIvMANLIKK
MANNER, (US FIX
TURKS Or all Uinil) funilrihed to oriler, old flxluri-s ri--hrniixixlijoiililiiK
promptly attunded to. Onli-ri-n.'cclvotl
nt Danlul UatlmHn'n or nt tlio shop,
COMMEIirlAI. AVENUE IIKI'WKKN
NINKTI1 AN I) TRNTH STIiKKTs.
Mauufactiiror and Donlor lu
th Streo,, butwueu t'oin'l Ave. nnd l.evee,
CHOKE UOULNO A 81'BCIALTY
ALL KINDS 01' AMUN1T10N.
Safes Kuviltcd. All Kinds of K-rs Made.
Kead and Circulate.
The Illinois Central 11 K. Co.
Will sollativof tia n.inalolr.o Inrida at una dol
lar per acre loss than the present prices, from this
time until tbe llrst day of Ortohor. 1HH4. Alter
that date the present prices will be restored. All
who deslro to purchase should svall themselves of
Ibis littoral offer st once. I'. UAQUY,
Foi particulars Innulro of
M. KAHTBttDAY A CO..
Asia, for l.C. U. K. Lands,
i m sa s n 4 r4 1
xiiu jiut btuuk
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
You find at
F. W. ROSENTHAX,
110 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
........... .... at.7u iiinir a
kkw drops applied to the surface will Panetrat to the very Bone,
md almo.it Instantly RELICVB PAIN! ItwlU not Soil Clothlnir,
nor discolor the Bkln, or leawt
nas NO FQirALforthn Cnre of
Stiff Joints, NenraLgia, Lame Back. Cramps, Toot h-Ache,
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limbs '"" In any part oi tlic hystem
hiiu is eipuiiiy emi-aiMotii ror all
ruquiririK a powertul UiHusive
Ask your Druggist for it. Price
rreparcd only by JACOB S.
Wholoaalii Drugglnt, 8T.
THAT SETTLES IT.
Brmieht into CitiDiictituiri with the
World, nm Dost Carries off
At tue t'r.Mt Centennial Exhiltlliim of 1V5. tho
li;Hilln pr.Kliicta of all the l.ranrlita i,f tin) World's
lUiluntry wi.-ro aaeinlilci at riillarlfllpliia. To
carry olfa priz.-In tbc fn of itiat trvmendoua
conipctilion was task of 10 onllnarv dlftlrnlty.
InviitnlonH and prcpa'atinna for nl cvlatliin of pain
and the cum of fl!cne wure present la the creat-
el poani ile vari -ty, rcprcK-nt'ni: the skill and the
profnnrti-et sltidy of tlieafte, and it may be of vital
importance to you, peri-miaUy, lo know thai thu
lilnheet 0 ml only tneda given to rubhi-r l'ornus-
plaeterr, whs. awarded to tho mannfactnreri of
lJKXSi.iX'S CAPd.VK rOHOUb I'LATEH, by
the followlut; jii'y:
I H . 'it'll. KOTII, Surgeon U -iicrul. rrtte-lan array.
J. II. THOMPSON. A.M., M.I) , Washington, I). C
C. II. Win I E, M 1) . New Orleans.
KKXEST KLKISril. g 1)., Antrla.
The dec'!. .ii was af.irw-irdi conflrmo 1 by thu
inuiiicnl Jury at the I'uria Kxposltlon. Kuowlntt
the va!:.u f sticn liih and unbiased n-atlmony,
tliemedieal prolVselon. hot li Id the I'ulted Htatoa
nud In Kttropc, quickly threw aside the old, alow
actlr.R pl.iHtera thev lintl bi-en using, and adopted
"enton'a in tbulr reRilar practice. That physi
cians and i-urir. one of thu liinadeal reputations did
this d,eil-icily vriives tho Intilnelc irn rit of the
It la no tnuru tlinnjnst to add mat tho averago
phyrildau of t j-Jny ia uul liomuated by tho pre
Judireewh'.ch r-larded the progress and modified
the siicri'iMc of lila predrceasore of not mors than
tweutvflvoye.irs bi?o. Ho accepts hints rrom all
qiiurtere and vndor'ca ai.il adopts demonstrated
lioalmic sifenta herev,-r he Unda them.
7h . rlitht orilonson'a ('apcluo Porous Plaster to
Maud at the heal of all i-xturual applications what
soever, for the mkluuiou or cure nf disease, is do
I.t the pnr hiiHir, however, be on hli;aard
(Kaln-t uuiluihiiiH. Tliu genuine has the word
CAPt'lM' i itIii tho middlu.
Seahury & Johnson. themlsU, Xew York.
Wuntml r...wlint.t.f 100
v 1 i-t-i- iviiyrii. ii
St.-ailr etnp'ovipuiit dnrlnir sprlntj and Hum
mer. Address J.C. jlu I'HOY, Chlcaito. III.
1 linvu a iiosltlvari-inuily tt tl alHive iIIsums; Ijv Its
i-a ihuiikhiius 01 casus ot me worst ainu and nf luni
llniiillim have bem mred. Inilned, e" (irnnu is mv raliS
oi lli.!k',-y, that I will send TWO HOTTI.Kn KHftK, to
lether with aVAl.l'AIII.R TIIKATlHKon thu dlsUM,tO
4uy ullnr. Ulvefcns end t". o. adlra,
DR. T, A. ULOCl'U, 161 i-eeri Hi., New York.
I N. V E S T 0 II S
Paving St.ioi or Honile yielding
TEN PEHCKNT. Per ntintini, and over,
ninvoliliiln full imrticiilara. with sutlsfartorf refer
enn.-s ami testi moniiile, by uddresslnit II. Ill, IS
liKI.I.. Pin'l Aif't. IrtConijrosB St, , Hostuu, Mass
mcniion mis paper,
will pnv Hit aiio.s rrwar tir stiv fn.snf t.lvsr rnmplalni'
t.c).la, M,k Itniiat'iis, liMlMruii.n.Oukiliiii nrl'otiv.nrii,
:au uul cura iLh Vi v.l'. ertalil( l.lvsr MK ohsn His itliw
llmnare ilrlrllv eunisli.rl Willi, 'I Im-v srs mn lv v.Ki-tn'', ami
nrfll In lva uiiiia.tlnn. H'nar C'.'ik1. Una Imari, ,nn
Islnliiit .1" pillh It rrnl. Ksr ula bv all rfnipiiM.. Ilreara nf
cniinli.rt.ll si InilUII 'Sl. Tlit (. linliia maniilai'liirrd nnly b
JOHN C. WKST A I'll., Il k ll W. Mell.ntl M., Clil.ar
trav Inai iisi kai mii! ly matt ,rr'a;il mi riu'Uilwf s 3 utul iuuus.
Heal is Wealth!
Hk K, V. Wkst'm Nkuvk and HnAiy TttrtT.
mknt, h Btmmuteiil eiwibo for Ilyateriit, Diazi.
noes, Coiivulnlotia, Vile, Niimoiia Ni-umluia,
lli'Hiliiclm, Nervous Prmt rut Ion ciiiiwhI hytlinuao
of nleohwl ortoliwt'o, W'akeftilnoea, Men till Do
pnwwion, Koftinitt of the Hmm roeultiuii in In
eanity iinil leiiilinir to iniecry, dwny Mini lieath,
l'renmturo Old An, liiirrennma, IjOss if power
In eilhor hox, liivulunlary J wees ntiil Hporunit.
orrhira ciuiwmI liyiiver-exurtlon of thxlirnln.siilf.
nlnienor iviir.iiidiiluiuui. l'urh (mix contains
on month's troMtiui'tit. II.Kiii hox.orsu boimt
(orfVUi.Hoiitbyiniiil pi-opiiidoii reciiipt of lirivo,
Wi! m iiAxru: nix iioxr.i
To euro Mny ensn. Wlttt r-m-ri tinier riH'elwl by us
for six boxen. ucr-onipMiiod with tun), wa will
send tlio piirehaeer our written KuurHiitix to re
fund the money if tb trmitinotit.iloeaiiotoflifut
cure. OuiinintiHKi issued only by
IIAimV W. BOIIUH.
Drugnlsl. Cor. Conimarclal avo. A Irilh St.. Cslto.
. .I 1 . 1
ami lowest prices in
A powerful urelnirutioli eoiii-
posed mostly of KsHentldl Oils
The most pcnetratinR Liniment
Irnnmi Uni,An.anl.nl..l lk..,n
rtlMfrreeahle effpotii of any klml. it
Rheumatism, Spralnw. Brnls
pains in tlitf Stomach and Bowels
aiimuiaut. boo Mern-ir Altnnnae.
50 cU per bottle
THE UNION TRUST CO
fill ami ti:J Chestnut i-treet,
C.U'ITAL $1,(1110,000 I CM AKTKU PKKrfcTCAl,
Acts aa Executor. Administrator. A'signce, Itp.
ceiver, (ioanliKii, At'orney, Agent, 'Prustec and
Committee, alone or In tniinectton with an iudl
Takes iharijn of th- pr iperty of aU-entees and
non reeldeti'e, cul.ei te nnd reinlts itu-otne prnmpt
IV, and discharges fntilifnlly tlm ilutien of evi-rv tl
duciarv trust nn 1 as.-ni-y knoivn to the law.
Sali e for Kent within Hnrlnr pr ml' Vaults of the
most apptoved rnusiructinii.
Wills kept In l-'lre and Hurnlnr prmir SalVa with,
out charje. Plate, securities mid all other val
uables securely kept at a moderate anutial char;a
for safe return or eperiflc Indiitiniiy.
Car Trusts and other a' proved secnrilies forsalo.
iD-.ereHt allowed on Moneys deposited for de
finite periods, or upon ten davs' notice.
W. C. PATTKItsON, President
M A II I, OS S. STOKES, Truimrer.
KKAXCIS HACUX, S. e'y and Trust Officer.
W. C. rATI'EIISON, 1ION.T F. fl A YA UU,
JAM HH LONU, llinlnet'.n, Del. ;
ALFKBIi s. OII.I.ETT, Dk. iEo W. ItKll.Y,
Hon. ALLISON WUITfc. Iliiirlehurir. Pa :
Dll. U P. II'KNKK, Hon. J h. AC KICA.
I). K. I'ATTKKSO
.IOUN T. MONH0R,
JOS. 1. KEKKK,
THUS. K. PATTOX.
Hon . II. cl.YMEK,
Pcae.tni;, I'a ;
KDMUNIIS. 11(11 Y.
J AS. 8. MAUTIV
nil. u m A ns Ai. M.v, , Milllinelown, Pa.;
H H. liOI'HTON. IIos.K E. MONXHIAN,
JOHm i, HK.VL'IXC, West Chester, Pa.;
PbUadelphh. Pa j (Ikn. W. W. II. Davis,
Hom.T. K KAN DDI I'll, Doylestown, Pa ;
Morrlritown, I'a.; C1IAS.W. COOPER,
All .-mown, Pa.
CKYMOFR. HINT ,V CO.,
k- (Eelahllslied 111 1 m;;i.)
3 Exchaiio Court, N Y. l-.'t I aN ille St., Chlcaco.
HANhEtS AND PItoKKHS.
Special faclli les for the tinrchase amrsnle of
STOCKS. HOvllS, (1UAI.V PKOVISIOVS.
KfertoMeelmuli-H- National Hank, New York;
Fifth National Bank, ChlciiKo, and Uwruian security
Bank. Louisville, Ky.
J. M. bKY.MOtni. Member New York Stock Exch.
J. A. Hunt, Member Chli-ago Hoard of Trade.
A. L. BiTxocn,
IN EVKHY STAlk f.N'HCYINiTcuT, County
nd State rl(hta In EVEN HEX'S PATENT ALE
CUNIiK.NSIi.K, fordruwlnit Ale without a pltrher.
A piensaut and renittnerntive bm-iossa anionit a
class of meu mnst liberal In huvlnR s tliliiK of
merit the hotel aud first-class snloon-keopt rs of
Ammo n nun i auaia. di-uu postal card tor de
scriptive circular Ireu,
w JAMES W. EVEXDKX.
Patentee and Mauufaeturer, Ronie,N. Y.
W II in I Eli
617 St, Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A firiilnr (Jen.lunie of two iiie.lleiil
rolli-ires, Ilea I - 1 1 hunter einrwil in the tri al-ini-iil
nf hioni... Ni'i-voun, rUiii mill
l.llooil Ulieai-a tlii.n anv est las r plivalelmi III
St. Louis, ns city pupi-i-a bsw und all old resi
iletils kunw. ( im-iilinil'in .1 nittcp or af mall,
free ami Invited. A fiii nilv tiilknl Ma oiliili,ii
CltitS tlllllllll(, W lll'll II lIM'.IHM'lli.'llt tun. it
'lie city .or Iri-iiinieiit, iik-iIIi-Iiu-s eini Ik-sent
by nmll or expri-f evi-rvw ln-re. (inutile iaes
iriini iinteeil; w in ce il.iul'l i s.t 11 iVankly
tinted. CiHI or rile.
Nnrvoita Pro'tratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Wsaknuan, Mi rem-jul anil other
flections of Throat, Skin and Bonos, Blood
ImruriUeaand Blood Poisnninkini AfTnes
tiona. Old Sortt rd Ulers, Impediment! to
Marriage, BhrumaMam Pilos. Special
attention to esses hom ovrr-norki'd brain.
SURGICAL CASES roomys special attention.
Diseases arising frntn Imrruiloncos, Exo88fl,
Indulgcncaa or Exposures,
It Is aeir-evlili-iit Unit a . victim piivlinr
partleiilsr atleiitloii lo scl,i- nieiiv-a altsliia
Itrcat "kill, ami . 1 1 v I , 1 ni i In r.niilnr iirin'tlee
all over the country ku"lnit tills, ireiiiently
reeiiniliieiMl C(i.i".ln ilii nlilri-li liter in Aini-rli-a
vi liere en-ry known iii lliiiii e l resol leil to.
Slid til" prnvi'il uooil irltieilla nf all
sites anil cMiniti lea lire uai-d, A boll' h(iu la
iied tornlllce iiiiiie, end nil mil rented lth
skill Ilia re.ieitl'iil liiHIio.'i't suit. klinwIiiK
what lu ii. iHM'Xirrlini'iit-nri' inii'le. (lime,
count ot the umil iitiuilier iiiplvlnu, din
rhiii'uea nre kept low. often T tlnill Is
di'inniided lif others It oii eecuve Hie kl'l
and aeta atieeily snil pri lirt ltt. enve. tllilt Is
the lniiot'iiihl liintli't-. 1 n in li It t, M pnaea,
mill to nny address tree.
plats. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, i paoV
KlrRiuit rloth and (lit liliellna- hesleil fnr W
rente In mtiiire or enrreiic)'. Over Ml) nn
I'erflll nii tileturea. Iriielo lilt' stllele. nn the
rolliiwliitfsiiliieels, W'hiilnsv insirv, Khiiliiit;
vhyr I'roiinraKetouiiiiii. Who msrry llrst.
JUuhooil, iiiijmI."'I. rtivli liti-. n.v ho
ah, mi, I m.vi'v ii..u'itr nmii IimoiiIiii",. nisv tie
inereaseil,. it .ninrrliil or c"iieiiiiltln
Slliilllil renil II, 11 nn Kill I'lii'irs'i
us niiii"i r-'i'i .' "'
ml II 1 1 liii'iiuis, linn l'it mnli'l 'lock Slid
'iumiIiii eiltlloti. "nine nniot-, piiinM r
uul M pnaes. ci'UU bv mall, lu uiuumr
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMKNT IU
nnsltlvelj pravact this ten-IMs tlUeiiee. and will pnt
lively eurehlns eaees mil n( len. Inforrmatlen thai
will many lives, annt free bj snail, bun' delay a,
Bwsnena. JWrnilnrjiaMtertMneura. LRJoilH.
SON k OO.. KWTim. HHHV, ti.rmrrly ruo.is,la.
UT russoss' rvaans llus mmkm mm rUrh hlwek