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It. A. BURN K IT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
In 1 1 1 lei littlu world of ourn tfuu'e are a
great many "bmiirt Alecks" who think
H U one of the cunningobt things in the
world to light upon an error in print
and to blnzen it to all whom thov incut
It in not an uncommon tiling, either, for
publishers of newspapers to receive
marked copies of their journals, where
every error U marked out by some fel
low who has taken time to read them
over two or three times to make sure he
has not missed any; and perhaps these
will bo accompanied by a letter asking
for a situation as proof-roadcr. The
following from the London Hinting
Times and Lithographer, may be of in
terest to those individuals who Hro so
anxious to find an error in print, and is
published for the especial benefit of the
author of a communication wherein the
writer referred to an error which ap
peared in our paper a fow dava since.
Probably one of the worst business
es under the sun is that of a printer.
His every deed seeks the ht of day.
Those of a lawyer lie In dark boxes "and
between musty shelves the doctor
phcea his Indifferent handiwork in the
earth the tradesman has but his cus
tomer to please, and satisfying him his
work is ended. Hut the printer every
ignoramus spells over the work of the
printer. Fellows who would iind it im
possible to tint twenty letters together
grammatically will point out with glee
a fault in his work indeed it is usually
that else, of individuals who make it a
poiut of finding out every little disc rep
ancy. Did the public know the thous
ands of different characters, different
letters, and atoms comprised in a printer-
day life-did thev but know the va
riety of altogether foreign subjects he
has to set up, read, correct and revise
day after day they would wonder how
he kept out of the lunatic asylum. But
practice makes perfect, and constant
friction has rubbed off all the roucn
edges from the character of the man'of
letters-nothing takes effect upon him
he can view errors of the mot frightful
description with calmness. After all,
what is an error, grammatical or other
wise? Simply so many types out of
place, that's all, and ou'itc enough but
not enough to upset the equanimity of
the printer. Boomerang.
The Bowling Green (Ky.) Democrat
that severely criticises a female solicitoi
who was recently in that place drum
ming up subscribers for her paper, and
who. upon leaving, pronounced the
Bowling Green girls the homeliest in the
state: -Our readers will doubtless re
member the old maid who wo deaf, and
ate onions, ton, who visited Bowling
Green i. few months ago in the interest ot
a little sheet, from which we clip the
above brilliant scintillation and corrus
cntion of wit. How she can have the
temerity to refer to the subject of 'home
lines' we can't divine. But we thought
at the time that she had a monopoly in
the 'homelv' business, for on that score
we decided", at first sight, that she should
be awarded the cake, the bakery, all the
flour on hand, and several futuro wheat
crops. She is 82 years old. six feet high,
ami, from her form, we should judge
her weight to bo about 93 pounds. She
wears ajirug store complexion; watery,
light gray eyes, bad teeth, and a num
ber of othei garments that remind one
of ante-bellum days. Sho is bow-legged,
Cigeon-txied, and "uses an par-trumpet,
lit, unfortunately, is not dumb. She
came to Bowling Green and received
numherles courtesies from the ladies,
some of whom personally assisted her in
takinir subscrintions fur her n:irur iv.
---- i - - - - j - . .
oral copies of which, by tho way, have
failed to come). She was here only
about two days. Sho did not attend
church nor the theater, and. how she so
readily made up hrr little mind about
our girls' is not accounts! for, save bv
the principle that 'to the homely all
things are homely," which some "poet
ought to have sai'd if he hits not She
will need several regiments as a military
protection eliouM sho daro to vfsit
Bowling Green again."
Tho Doming Oow,
The position that t he " coming cow"
is to be one well adapted for both beef
and milk production, we believe to be
correct if it bo not pushed too far.
There is an increasing number of dairy
farmer? who tind it best to give almost
exclusive attention to the quantity and
quality of the milk given by their oows,
caring littlo about their merits as beef
makers. So there are beef-producing
farmers who properly count it a disad
vantage if a cow gives a large flow ol
milk. This is true on the Western plains.
It is true of such farmers as J. L, Gil
lette, who only ftsk of a cow that she
shall produce and feed a calf each year.
But both these classes form but a minor
ity of catllo raisers. The most success
ful dairymen and the producers of the
very llnest hoof animals may bo found
in these classes; but tho great majority
of cows and of steers for beef nn and
long will continue to bn, raised by mon
who cannot afford to ignore cither the
milk-giving or tho meat-producing qual
ity. Vor such men the popular breed
must be one with deserved claims to
good quality in both directions. It is
quite, possible thai several breeds may,
in tho future, be claimants for highest
merit for this double purpose, but the
course of breeding now adopted by the
special friends of most leading breeds
is calculated to develop ouo of these
qualities nt the expense of tho other.
The shortrhoru has never beeu surpassed
if equaled, as a "general purposncow."
Ought she t Iosh nil reputation a; a
dairy cow ?I1n:tkrs' (ia.wlie.
Do not nllow a single bone in lie
wasting about your farm or yard. Bury
them at the root of grape-vines or fruit
trees. Dead dogs, cats or chickeus
should lx ulilUeu in tho same wav.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 7. 1883,
W. r. MBm. rlrsr editor o! fat Boi.Lrrm
ml ema.niiiMt pa. sender agnnt. Ordure for ell
klndeuf steamboat Jnl priUituir eoilciled. Office
I Bower Kuropean Uotel, No. Ti Ublo lovee.
HTAOEd OP TUB U1VKR.
The river umrkod by the gauge last even
ing at this 47 port, feet 11 itictun aud fall
log. Cincinnati, March 0 -tt p. di. River 20
feet 0 inches and foiling.
Pittsburgh, Mutch 0 6p.m HivorO feet
5 inches and falling.
Louisville, March 60 p. m. Uiver 9
feet 4 inches and falliDg.
Jashville, March (5 0
feet 0 inches and falling.
St. Louis, March 6 6
feet 8 inches and falling.
p.m. River 10
p. ro. River 29
: BIVEK ITKMS.
The time is close at hand
talked of great storm which
tor that mucb
was to cross
the continent some time this month, the
date being fixed fnm the 8th to the Uth
for its appearance.
The Qui Fowler will report here this i
p. m. from I'artucah, end leave here on her
return trip at 5 p. in. She connects with
the trains here goin north, south, east and
The J is. VV. Osff is aain to the front
after a long rusting spell at Clnciunati.
Cupi. C. B. ItuMell is now in command
nd Mr. James Surfou., still bichrge of
It commenced turning cold lust vening
about 8 o'clock sod cold wind was blow
ing from the uoith which thresteoi very
The Cons Millar left Memphis last night
for Cincinnati juid will arrive bore to-morrow
evening. See VV.' F. Limbdiu, Passen
ger A3'ent and procure your tickets.
Yesterday was an exceedingly dull day on
tho wharf and no arrivals, except the Fow.
ler to disturb the quietude of the h ufboat
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Cairo, Paduuah and Shswncetown
and is due here to-morrow night.
Tho Arkansas City left St. Louis last
evening for Wkihurg and is due bere this
The Ell Kimbrouh from St. Louis is
due here to-morrow morning and will leave
ou her return trip at 10 a. m.
In the election for mayor at Paduc&h
Monday there were 1,624 votes cast and
Reed beat Smith 111 votes.
"The fine steamer City of Baton Rouge
leaves St. Louis for New Orleans this even
ing and will report here to-morrow rjhjjht.
The W. H.Cherry from Naativille is due
bere this morning sod will leave on her re
turn trip at niton to-day.
The Purls C. Brown from New Orleans
is due here to morrov night for Cincinna
ti. TheGjldeu Crown is duo here to-niffbt
from Cincinnati for New Orleans.
The Henry A. Tyler left here yesterday
murtiiog with a liuht trip for Tip'.onville.
The Growth of Tree.
Although the annual jrrowths of trees
are usually quite uniform, and the
"rings" in any given space nearly the
same from heart to sap, yet once in a
while a knot makes queer changes and
distort. the regularity of the "rings"
into fantastic shapes that require very
little imagination to convert mto faces
and (lowers and almost anything that is
not angular. The reporter once en
countered an oak log in the Vandalia
freight yard in which a knot had com
presscd'the rings round it into lines aa
email as those of a steel engraving
and twisted them into a considerable
likeness of a human face much as ono
mit;ht S'e in tJio pretty figures in mala
chite. It was decidedly a less imagin
ary face thau that of tho "man in the
moon," aud nobody will deny tbatthore
is a pretty strong suggestion of humani
ty iu that, A papcr'm Rising Suu de
scribes a figure formed in a walnut knot
that was being sawed into veneers which
"wns a perfect delineation of a spaniel's
hoiul." Thfl lines are acuratelv drawn
as if from the pencil of an artist, and
so true is the semblance, that even the
expression of mute intelligence one
ofua sees in canine visages is readily
seen." The lat suggestion is probably
tiie work of fancy. Indianapolit Xcws.
Pokor Its Origin.
A gentleman (presumably) writes the
Pittsburg Dispatch that "poker" was
unknown to us before tho Mexican war.
Our troops found that people used dif
forent cards from ours, the pack con
taining only forty, the clghu, nines and
tens being out. The universal game
among them was called "conquian." :
The gamblers who went with tie
army from Natchez to Vicksburg
changed the game to suit themselves and
our different atylo of cards, as well as to
admit of belting above tho fixed stakes.
The new game spread through the army
rapidly, and on Its return to the United
States the pamo met with uuiversal
favor from Memphis south, but In no
place more than in Natchez and Ticks
burg, the great gambling resorU of the
country at that tune.
The game, however, was not brought
to iU preseut perfection till about 18A3,
when it was at Natchez and spread by
tho aN'amboats to every spot , in the
Mississippi Valley, and then to the
Woet and tho East,
J The American Cultivator saysi Who
ever places much depondonee on the
make gllt-cdgo butter. Allowing dirt to
Set into tho milk and then depending on
io strainertogptitoutlsapoorapology '
for cleanliness. More or less of the dirt,
especially prerything of a soluble na
ture, nnd wiino that ts not, will find ita
way through tho meshes of the strainer.
Eapid Transit at Sea,
Tho problem of rapid transit for the
Atlantic is still in process of solution.
As in tho encoding of hoises, vessel af
ter vessel has surpassed all previous
records, until now ono steamer, the Alas
ka, has made the trip ocrcM the Atlantic
in less than seven days. But the build
ers and shipowners' are not satisfied.
The time must be still further reduced.
Another vessel is building to out-do the
Arizona and the Alaska. The same com
pany that owns these " grnvhoumls ot
the sea" is having built at Glasgow an
other vurtbcl, the Oregon, calculated to
beat the record. She will not bo much
larger than the Alaska, but her engines
aro to indicate no less than 13,000 horse
power. She will have but ono screw,
about tweuty-four feet in diameter.
Steam will be supplied by twelve boil
ers, each with six furnaces three feet six
inches in diameter, the grates being a
little over eix fcut long. The Alaska has
nino boilers with six furnaces iu each, of
about the same size. As the Oregon
will burn about twenty pounds of coal
per square foot of grate per hour, her
consumption in twenty-four hours will
not be much less than 300 tons, equaling
the amount transported by twenty-rive
coal-cars. Tho water consumed each
day in the production of eteam will
amount to 5,700 tons. If the water were
supplied to a town, allowing four cubic
feet or twentv-five gallons per day per
head, it would suffice for a popuhtion ol
24,000 souls. Tho total weight of water
evaporated on the run across the Atlan
tic will not be far short of throe times
that of thft whole .'hip's cargo, engines
and all. We give thes-o figure to enable
our readers to form some idea or what
13,000 horse-power means: and we mav
supplement tiiein by adding t!;nt it fs
equivalent to 101.M7 tons lifted a foot
high every minute, or tho same weight
lifted 1,140 feet in twenty-four hours.
Assuming that tha makes twenty knots
an hour, or, omitting fi actions',
feet per minute the thrust of her screw
that is to say, the for.-e pushing her
ahead through tho water-will amount
toninety-fourtons. or about as much as
twenty of the most powerful locomotive
engines. The coal required for one trip
of the Oregon will amount to about 2,
500 tons, or enough to load i0.) coal-cars.
These figurci will give & fair conception
of the enormous bi.a of ruodf ru ocean
eteamers as compared with the largest
machinery on land.
Shiloh's Vitalize s nhat)ou tireo! fur Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, D'zzioess had
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Pi ice 10 and
75 cents, per bottle. I'aui G. Scl uh,
Elys' Cream Bf.lm curtd rne of Cat in h
of ninny years' standing rcsttTeu my & dsc
of smell. For c ilo's iu the Leid a woiks
like msgic. E. H. S.'ierwood, National
State Bank, Eliztbet N. J.
Mrs. Marie Strsoo, 103 W. Indiana ave.,
Chicago, gays: "I u.-eJ Browu's Iron Uitteis
in dyspc-peia; it is thu best remedy I ever
New Jersey Port Wine The Best.
Dr. E. II. Janes a noied physician of the
New Yoik Board of Health shjs:
I take yreat plcabUte in v -et.hing my p
probatinu of the snpt rior quulob-s ot the
Port VViue produced ly Mr. A. Spu r, t
1'ueaic, rew Jeisey, I have In n to Un
vineyard unci cehar.
Altera prolonged trinl I can confidently
recommend the wine as a superior article
forthesick and debilitated, nud nil those
wb require vinous stimulation andinvig
ur.ttion. I shall continue to employ it in my prac
tice in h! leases here a ur sr'iileof wine
is cailed for the sick;i.nd thill do Mi in
my power to foster anil enc uiae its pro
duction. For sn!e ly P-ml G. Si huh.
tfrjcKien's Arnica Salve
The B ;st Silvn 'n the w.irhi for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulci-rs, Sail Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Ilimds, Chilblains.
Corns, nnd nil Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, ormom-y refunded. Price
85 cents per box. For s do by Gko. E
"Menosana in corpore eano:""A sound
mind in a sound body" is the trade mark of
Allen's Bisin Food, and we assure our read
ers that, if difsaiitliud with either wtakmes
of Brain or Bodily pnwus. this remedy
will permanently strengthen bo'h. $1 At
Farmbks and other desinutf, a iror.N-el,
lucrative atjuiicy business, by "which $3 to
faOaday can bo earned sid sddrpse .t
once, on postal, U V. C. Wilkinson & (',,,,
iuo ana iw j tiitoii sireet. XSew loik.
Croup, Whoopirijr Couch snd Bronchitis
immediately relieved hy Siiiloh's Cure.
Paul Q. Schuh, agent. (S;
Bad Taste in tho mouth, unpleasant
breadth and impaired heariusr, when re
sulting; from Catarrh, are overcome, and the
nasal passages which lme beeu closed for
years are made free by the use nt Ely's
Cream Balm. Piice 50cents.
Apply to nostril with little fitter.
Ate ou Exposed
To malarUl influences? then protect your
system by using Ptrkur's Ginger Tonic. It
strengthens the liver and kidney's to throw
off malarisl poisons, and Is good for general
debility sud nervous exhaustion.
yf HI wm we mil l nf uMrw. t htir
for UK) Mt?M. lu t.iMtm.iiitn
oi memimwriu, nmu, inps ihfiu.
i'nmrHtot. kinwltti f an-T.iiii.
Sttndi, nrn MiirS ht-fTe mi
ttate, fH.iry Itnil (tititu lUmlrinf
Utertis tl-oinciti,it liutrtict'on and f t
frtat fin A maUiir Ikunle. kiwi & LauWuji
New mia toiuiniitii 11 itot, frouiinc u i.uv-ji
Hucouu uud hallruad hlniuti,
I tio PnenKcr D -imt of the Chlcneo, Ht. Louie
yrd .. urlenne: IlllnoU Cuutral; Wehimh, Ht.
Louie end l'clllc; hull .Mounlalu eri't rt.iuihern,
MiitiilBind Obloi i. air UU ht. Lome Katiwnye
Jre nil Juki scri.n tliu utruei ; wtille tiie Stenmhi ei
Lemlii.K li lint one e jiinre diftant,
Tbn Uotel in hveird by elcaai, has tmm
Lsnndrv, Hydraulic Kleveli.r, Kieitrlr Cull ilu.le
Ainnineiic Ftru-Alerme. limbs, alianlatcly pure lr.
purlect KKMrreKe end turopietii eppolutmuuiH.
Huuirh furniiLir.B; rcrfuft eurvicu; eurt an tin
I.. P. PAIIKKU Ac IO.
Nashville, Palucali & Cairo PackU.
Iud I'iegsiit and palatial inni' r
13. S. PtHEA,
J. t. TYNE1 su-er
BILLY UOL'STON.... fl.rk
Lpbvi- Cairo every Moti'iay at 4 p. m. fur Kaah.
Nashville, lVdacab & Cairo U. H. Mall
W. II. CHERRY,
PINK DUES Master
JOLLY HARD - clerk.
Leave" this ron every Wednesday at 4 p in. for
AND LACK VITAL ENERCYV
r.Tir niW!!i 3 "nl0 8' lf,1t'"d our other Ktm
a .iimci .n Sr,m, Ivb'lifjr, Ps-nlrm, Fi."y.
lib -um nlvn. Ov-rworeM lr.... t ih-uitlon or L V. of
Co npUlm,. n i are .d.teil t , 1ITHEM 6FX S
ai.n l'.ai tr, never, ,t raprotBd, .nd entlielv
d l!rut trj,n In he nnd nil ntb.r.. a. they po'lt'ie F
mn orrlmt.i m ..r lh-.kin-can be orn a" work
.WJl.,'"r..oln-"c""h1, rr. fwi' Zl"
tlocinc nnd M ix iir twntnoit ! ol beotHt. 1 bote for
At once reifi tb o' diea. ai thHr ertlnn In
dirw ;iro. nna. Mu,rul., nn 0-n.r.tlTeci t"ii
?hlfcnli"-.r.,,,,m. ',y ""orlndl-cretloo." nd
tnv Ihu In a nntiirxl way ov..rpom the wrnkniM.
wnbo.it dru:.,g the aiouMrt. They will enre eJ
oM .iort of .tr11;irl dcOTnerMlon. and rl
eeot Free or In ld enrelope for o notiati
C::ta!tJt!Ca l AMERICAN CLVANIC CO.
rmijsrltel , 312 N. 6th St., St. Louls.Mo
is preferred by thoje
who lave audit, to any
nmiur article, on ac
otnit of Iu aunerior
c!eaulin and purity.
It contain material!
only that are beneficial
to the acalp and hair
ftestorei tlis Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
P.irlter s Hair Daliam is fmely perfumed and is
warranted to prevent falling oftlie hair and to re
move dandruff and itching. Uiscox & Co , N.Y,
Use and II Him, at inlm In drut and nadlcbiM.
m-Knam n u.
A Superlative Health and Strength Reitorer.
If yoii are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
everwoik. or a moiher nin down by family or house
hold duties try 1'arkeh's Cikgur Tonic.
If voit are a lawr er. minister or bmineo mun
haiuu'd by mental strain or anxious cares, donotuke
intoxicatiiigsumulanis.biituse 1'arker's Ginger Tonic
11 tiav i. onsnmption, Dyspepsia, Kheum.
dnev (omnlainift. or an v diorrir nf th lunn
stomach. Iiowels, blood or nerves Pakkm's Giwoae
Tonic will cure you. hinthe Greatest Wood Purifier '
And the Best and Surest Cough Curt Ever Used.
If you are watin(r away from age, dissipation or
ny discne or weakuesa and refine a stimulant take
GiNGmt Tomc at rncei it will invigorate end build
J on up from the h-st dose but will never intoxicate,
thas saved hundicds of lives: it may save vours.
CAUTION t Ttriielltubitltntrs. rarWtOlnewTonte Is
eompoMd of tlii twit rtm.dial afniii In th. world, iud Umllnlf
dinrnt tivm prtparaiiom of tiirraloni. Send lor circular te
liiKoxACo., N, . MX.Slum,all(almlaaru(ii
. CtlEAT SAVING BUYINO DOLLAR S1ZU.
J' nch and lading ir.1gr.1nee haa ma'le this
deliahifulpeiiiime exceedingly popular. There
la unfiling like It. Insist uon having Floiu.
ton totw.N and look for signature of
tm rnrt eottU. Any drumilil or (Ualtr la Mrnun
LA IUH RAVINO IU:YIN(J TV, glZE.
ltiut, II e i cwceping Dy. go
'anil data hi'tnre vnnrilii. mim ..
tiling mighty and enblltne
ti-ave hi'hlnd loctinqiiorflme."
Ihh a WHk In your own town.
, , ,. rive Dollar oniflt fre. No
rlek. Ev rythltig rew Capital not rrqulred. We
will funilili you every thing. Mauy are making
fnrtnm1. Ladlca make id mncti a men and hove
anct,glele m ike grnat pay Tinvlnr, If you waiit
buelucea nt wh ch von can muki" cn-at pay all the
m; wrllnforparilcularetoll. lULLKTr eCO.
i ' : . 1- '''
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
SfATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
You iind at
F. W. KOSENTHAL,
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. J.OUIS.
rEW riRors applied to tho eurtace wUl Penetrate to the very Bon
and almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN? Tk-tu J? 1 Xlfl0,'
iior dlacolor the Skla, or leave dlsaTeeahlo effects of any kind. Jt
hum equal for the Care of Rhetimatlnm. ST.in.nw
Stilt Joints, NeoralgU, Lame Back, Cramps,
Sore Throat, Pains In theXimba or la any Sari
final (a i.inolUf H1. , ... 1 1 1 a. n. '
md Ig ecmallv enioaciotiH for ru ni
rcqulriiiK a powerful diUuslve stimulant. 8e Mcmli'a Almanac.
vsK jour Druggist for It.
lrcparcd only by
THAT SETTLES IT.
Broiiirlit mto Competition with the
WtHd, tie Best Carries ol?
At the greu Centennial Exhibition of 1878. the
lending pmdocte t.f all the branches of the World's
Industry wore aisemb:al at Philadelphia. To
cany on a prise in the face of that tremendous
competition was a tuelc of to ordinary difficulty.
Itiveuttotn and propa-stlons for al tviatlon of psln
aud the cu.-e of dlraje were present la the great-
eit dosbI ile varl-ty, rcpreeent ng the skill snd Ibe
proionutleet study of tho age, and it may bo of vital
importance to you, pi-rsouaily. to know that the
nijitient ana only mods given to rubber Porous
plasters, was awarded to th manufacturers of
HfcNsoVS CAPclSB I'OKOCs PLASTKB. by
the following Jury :
Dm. M. U'JTtI, Hnreon O.meral. Prussian a'my.
3. a. THOMPSON, i ll , M.D , Washington, D. C
C. B. WIU I K, M D , New Otluan. '
KltN'EST FLE1SCU. M.D., Auetrls.
Tho djc 1 1 11 was sf;orwirds couflrmoJ by the
meiilcil Jury at tb-i Paris Exposition. Knowing
the vah e tf sucu h'gh end uob'ased testimony,
the medical profieniou, butu in the United States
and Iu Europe, quickly threw aside the old, slow,
acting plasters ;hev had bean nslug, and adopted
t'unson's iu their regUar practice. Thai physi
cians snd -nrg one ot the broadest reputations did
this.d.etliicily provus the Intrinsic m-rlt of the
It la no more thau just to add tast the arersgo
puysirian or D-day la n a .io muated by the pre
judice which retarded tho progress aud modified
tin mi. closes of his pr.'ducnssor of not mors than
tweiitv-Bvayo.irs ao. Hj scciijits tints from all
qnnrtera and eiilori's utd aiopts demons frsted
hialitig t-ut wherev-'rhelludH tbum.
Thy rUht oi Bouiioa'e t'apclne Porous Plaster to
stand at the he a 1 of nil external applications what
soever, for the mltlgailon or euro of disease, is no
Let thd pur h isor, however, be on his guard
8glii-t lmiiati.)ii. Tho genuine has the word
CAPCINE ctt In ihs middle.
Siluiry: Johimon. Chemists, New T. rk.
Sti-ailr eiup'ovn ent dnrlnu pr!ng and Sum
Address J. !. .ig L'KDV. Chicago. 1,1,
1 nave a ponltlve remodj t,r ibk alu.re UI.Me: bt Ita
. ilioiiMn.l. of ca.i.f of th. worst kind and of f.m
undmir have boon cured, lmlrod, o iri,n l rnr altS
.11 tMvtgrwy. that I villi at. TWO IIOITLW FKKR I."
Mjior with a V AM'ABI.B TRBATI8B on tin. dtaaaas M
Uiy sulleiur. Ol ve Expivw and r, o. aridma,
Ctt. T. A. Btoctal, mfearltiu.N.wyork.
WE P is. ,r d for lny tut of Llrr Coeirlslnt'
tf l'il. N, k Hih, ImliiKiilon, Colpln or Co.liv.imi,
inn cut, with W.ir, V ir,i,i, Lir 1,111, hn lb. dine
(TOiirf itrktly oorot.UM Willi. Tli.v t. iur,lt anS
ur (nil 10 m. MiniKiloti. Pimr Cu.md. Uf k"i. too
ii4l:i n fills, as ttais. V sals n sll dnwflm. Bvwate of
.on': . i. .) s.id twluti-at. T.i. f.inulii Binufi-lur,'d only br
J.JIIM :. IVKST A CO., Il A I.J W. IlkllK. SI., OftlcM
'""'' M. 'fsml l.y in.,! ir.'T,.l,l.l,;rrr,'jUf Jt.nutma.
SisaSti) is Wealth !
l)n lC. C. West's Neiive and Biuik Tbiat
Kent, a Riiuratitocii srociio for Hysteria, Diai.
noes, t'onvulnions, rits, Knrvous Keurslnia,
Ilnailnrlin, Norvous Proi trntiiin caused by the use
of nlonhul or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Do.
prcssiou, Hoftntiig of the ilraiti rpstilting in in
sanity nnd lending to uiuury, decay and death,
I'roniRtitro Old Aim, Brirrciincss, Loss of power
in either box, Involuntary Losses endBrwrmnt
orrhri'a oaused by t)vprxurtim of tho brain, solf
abusoor over-indulgonoi. Lach box contains
ono month's trwatmnt. 1.1X1 a box. or six boxes
forfS.00, sent by mail prepaid on rncoipt of pnoo.
Vx. Gl AJIAX TEE MX UOXVS
To euro any caso. With Mich onlor roceived byps
fur six boxes, necouipsnied with MJ, wo will
S'tnl the iureha''er our written guarantee to ro
tund tho money if tli treatment tjuos Uut eUoot
euro. GuarautiioB leeutnloulyby
IIAUJtV W. tSCHUH,
DruiiKtsI, Cot. Commerrial HV'i. lth st.. Cairo.
-llt oiieorKslwavsou the look
1 i.int r.,1. . hi. ... . 1 ....
'ineireining, and 1n time
'itT'ims wea tnyi tuossi who
do nut Impn.ve tb-'lr oppi
tllllltluH p.m.1 n In ....OulM
We offer a great chance to makn mnnsv. t
man men, wom iti, hoys and girls to work lor ns
right In holrown lorallllea Anyonsran do the
wor"t prnporly fr m the first sart. The bns'ness
will pay mre th 11 ton times ordinary wages, Bx
pensivsntiill' nirulahnd frao, No ono who encsges
lal e to inn monev ran dlv. Y011 run dev, ts
ynnr whols tim 1 1 'ha wmk, or onlv your spa s
moments Pu'l l.iforiifitinn and sll t st Is needed
i)ifrei. Address rtl'IN SON 4 fO. Portland, Me,
t"nv(ol ... I UAH
A puwerlul preparatum cimi
ixiscit mostly of Essential Oils
I he most pfinctratlrjff Liniment
known. 80 concentrated that a
THE UNION TRUST CO.,
611 and 613 Chestnut street,
CAPITAL $1,000,000 CIIAHTLK rEHPBTCAL.
Acts as Kxecotor, Adn Inmtrator, A-slrnee, He
celver. Ooar'llan, At'ornov, Agent, Trustee snd
Committee, aiunu or in tuiinection with au Inal
Takes ( harge of th pr iperty of absentees and
non rmldeu s, eoi.ects and rmll Income prompt
ly, and discharge lsnhfiiily tue duties nf every II
duciarv trust au 1 sgeno known to ihe law.
tales for Hentwiihln Uurglar-pr of Vaults of the
mot appiovodro M'uuion.
Wills kept la Fire aud Burg r-;irnof Safes with
out chargo. I'lBic, sc-urttiis snd allnihervaU
names seturely kei-tats modenit'. annual charge
for eafe ruturu or r pecifle ludvmnity.
Car Trnts snd other a proved securities for sale.
Interest Bllowert on Moneys deposited for do
Unite periods, or noon tea davT notice.
W. O. PATTKKVlX. President
II ' K STfcK (,' L Y M E K . Vice-Pro Idem,
MAHl.O B. 8 i'OKK8, Treasurer.
KKAXCJH UACUN. tt c'y aud Trust Officer.
W.C.PATTERSON, UON.T F. BATAKD,
JAMfiS LOX(i. WlimiUi!t"Ti,T)el.;
Af.FKKIl H. UlLt.KTT, Pa GEO W. RKII.T.
Hon. ALLISON WIUTa, Uairlnhurg. l a :
U C P LKNEK, Hon. J b. AFklA.
D. R. PATTERO 1, Inintlrgtou . Pa ;
.ItlUNT VONnoK, Ui.S. II. Ci.YMEB.
JOi. I. KEk.FR, K.ndlng, Pa ;
THOH. H. PATTON, UENKYS HCKERT.
W. J NEAD, hea-lne, Pa :
I AH. 8 NUKriN, EDVl'NOS. UOiY,
Tib. D UAYblS AUSBV, Mifflmgtown. Pa. :
HOI-TON. Hon K K. MONAUHAN,
JOHN (i. KE iMNO, West Cbf.ter, Pa.
Phlladeiphl . I 8 ; Oec. W. W. II Davis,
lion. T.F KANDiM Plf, l)ivleston. Pa :
Morrtstown, Tn : CllAS. W. C Ol'KR.
Ail. mown, Ps.
CEY110CS, HINT & rn..
k' (Established lu 1H73.)
8 Rxchaugu Court. N Y. IvJ 1 1 sS 'lie St., Chlcaco,
HANhE (8 AND BHoKbltS.
pcial laclli lus fur the purchase aud sa'e of
STO'K". 10 DS. GAi p.iiHSlOVS.
Refer to Methan'i e' National Hank, New Yurk;
FUtU Nat 111ml Itauk, Chlciigo, and German security
Hank. I onisvllle, Ky.
J. .M. hKTVOIIR. Metllher Ivw Vorlr MtnV
J. A. Hunt Member Chicago r.naul nf Tn.,u
A. L. bxiMoi'K,
in even h a 1 k 1 RrviMi n,......
f KTAVE IN BUYING Cltv, founTv
f.V?-Bi,B r,8"t8 r VK.MiKX'.S PATENT lb
t.OM EN-Hf.lnrdra'ltig Alo without, a pitcher.
A pieaiiBnt und renmncrntlve hu-lnsss among a
class of meu m isr 1 hen.l lu buvlng a thing of
merit-the hot-1 and flrsi-cliuo saloon keep, rs of
Ammica and Cana'a. bend postal card for do
eirlj.tive clrcnlnr trie.
JVMKS W. EVENDKN.
Pstentee si d Manufacturer, Uome.N. Y.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. regular Ornrlunre of two medlcnl
college., bin lieen luneer engaKed in the treut
ment of Chronic. Nervoim, Mim and
lllprvt LMsertiej thu any other Plivalelan In
Sl.lxnils, as cltv pa.er. .hew anil all old rent
dents know, tea.ultatlon .t oiiieeor b. mall,
free and lnvlte.l. A friendly talk or his opinion
rosUiiotliini. W hen Ills fneonveiilent to vMt
tho city .or treatment, medicines can he sent
by mall nr express evervwhere. Curnhlc caea
guaranteed; where doubt exists It In frankly
stated, tailor Write. '
Nnrrons Prostration. Debility, Mental anil
Physical Weakness, Mereuriul and other
affections of Throat. Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities ami Blood Poisonin?. Skin Affeo-
tlons, Old Bores ard TJloors. Impaflimontsto
Marrtage, Shsnmatism, Piliia. Special
attention to cmos from over-woi'frert brain.
SURGICAL CASES veceiyg special attention.
Diaeaaos arising from Imprudences. Exoessea,
Indulgen;3g or Exposures.
It Is self-evident
that a physician rB',n!t
great skill, ami hy suMhiih In reirnlar practice
10 scias nirtMi aiinms
an over rne couiurv annwintr una, rreiientiy
recommend cases t ihe ohleMi.fllce in Ani-rlca,
where every known appliance Is resorted to,
snd the proved trood i'i-mli.. of alt
siges snd cutinti'tes are u-ed. A whole hunts 1
ued for office punmses, snd all are treated with
skill In a repcritti mniineri and. knowing
what to do. nocxperlnn nts are made, u 11 ac
count of the (treat number applying, tho
chargjes are kept low, often lower tl.an Is
demanded by others If vou secure the skill
and (ret a speedy and perfect lite rur, that la
the Important matter. Pamphlet, ml luges,
scut to sny address free.
plates. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed fbrtO
cents In poataire op currency- Over Hrtv won
derful pen picture, true to life, article on the
following siiliects. Who may marry, who not;
why Proper site to mam-. Who marry first.
Jlanhood. Womanhood, Physical decay, W no
lucreased, Tho1 nmrrled or eoiiteniplatlnii
hnuid read It. 1 1 on n h t to be read
nv all adiils iieisnu, tin n kept under lock and
IVmulir villilnn. same ns :U e. nut nalKT
enver and w pages, ii ceuui by mail, iu luonur
JOHNSON'S ANODYNK LINIMENT UI
posltlTely prevent thla terrible dlsetve, and will post,
lively euro nine cnaea ont of Sen, lnfe-tmitlcn t:ts
moment. I"rcrrntrtftaHetterlhncue. I. HJoitS.
win ha. o many urrs. arm mm tir man. uuii-s iiciav -
SMH (.-v., iniSTOf. IUH)i., formerly IUkoob, If.
I.w ripsisg lusunvs mum auaae new rwi. hUnns.