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K. A. HUKNKTT.
Publisher and Proprietor.
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and steamboat pemer agent. Orders lor all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. OiEce
tt Bower's Kurouean lintel. No, 71 Ublu levee.
al'AOfcVi OK TUB HIVKB.
The river mnrkd by the gauge lot even
ing at thin 45 port, feet 'i inches and fail
ing. Cincinnati, March 8-0 p. tn. River 18
feet It niche and stationary.
PitUlurh, March 8 8p.tn Hivji C feet
S iuchea and rising. ,
Louisville, March 8 tt p. m. Iliver 8
feet 10 inches ami falling..
Naaliville, March 8 p.m. ttivir 11
feet 3 inches and riding.
8t. Lmia, March 8 0 p! rn. River 22
feet It inches and rising.
The W. II. Cherry from Nmhvil!e ar
rived here at 2 o'clock yesterd 'y tunroioi;.
8he diwlnrned about two hundred tnna of
imn fur 9:. L tui which the pity of VicIh
burj receive J, and departed on her return
trip at U .. rn. She had a dndy con
band on board which attracted a lare
TheOU' Fowler will report here thia 2
p. m. from Paducah, and leave here en hor
retutatripkt5p.tn. Slie connects with
the train here going mirth, south, ei-t and
The Alf. Stevens from Dyerghurg, Tenn ,
by the overland ron'e arrive 1 here laet
evening and made as much noise about it
as though the were a sail steamboat.
The Hudson will arrive here early this
morning from St. Louis and tip the
Ohioasf.tr a Shawneetown and arrive
here on hi-r return trip 9'urly evenintr.
The Jm. V GifT m due here fr"ni Cin
cinnati t -m rrow tnormni?. Paaeenfjers
going to Memphis or way points cm secure
p8i),'e ty pnKiiritur tirki-M from W. F.
The Chw. Morgan from Cincinnati ar
rived hero about 1 o'cl-ick yenterJay nmrn
inR. receive! considerable and left for New
Orleans at 0:30 an I she hal ovci 100 pas
senger on board, cabin and deckers.
The City, of Vicksburif, John A.. Scud
der and Annie P. Silver of Ihe Anchor line
paased up for St. lmia rarly jestt-rday
The Ella Kimbrou(;h will report here
to-night and leave on her return trip for
St. Louis at 10 o'clock io the morning.
The Cous Millar from Memphis passed
up lat niidit for Cincinnati with a tine
The Golden Crown from Cincincati is
due here to-morrow for New Orleans.
The Paris C. Brown will surely report
here to niht for Cincinnati.
Weather mild an i clear yesterday aod
the river falling fast.
A Hog Story.
Says the Salisbury Adixrliter: "Tho
most remarkable occurrence we ever
heard in connection with hos has hap
pened to ono belonging to Mr. J. Shelby
Goslep, near Dolninr. It was a largo
animal and very fat, weighing nt least
800 pounds. About the lust of Novem
ber Air. Goslee noticed that it had stop
ped eating. For two weeks it utc noth
ing and then seemed to recover its
health. About that time a small crack
in Its skin was observed along the sido.
Then a similar one appeared on the
other side, and then one on its neck.
These cracks extended gradually, and
the skin appeared to be putting loose.
The process continued .until about a
week ago, when on going to the pen,
Mr. Goslee was astonished to tiud tho
skin lyinj in ono place and the hog,
alive and well, in another. An inch of
fat was still adhering to the enst-oflf
coat, and the whole weighed thirty-three
pounds. The skin on" tho legs and
head remained on the hog. The ani
mal is now in excellent health, and a
new skin is begiuning to form."
It is related of Gustavo Dore that
many years ago, whilo on a tour in
Switzerland, ho happened to loso his
passport. Arriving at Lucerne, ho
ftNked to be allowed to speak to tho
mayor, to whom ho gavo his liutm',
"You say that you aro M. Gustavo
Doro,11 replied tho mayor, "ami I be
lieve von; but," ho milled producing a
pencil and a piece of paper, "von can
easily prove It." Doro looked round
him and perceived some women selling
potatoes in tho street. With a few
touches ho cleverly produced the homely
scene, and, appending his name to his
sketch, presented It to tho mayor. "Your
passport is perfectly in order," remark
ed the official, "but yon must, allow mo
to keep It a s a souvenir, and to offer mm
in return ono in the ordinary form.'
TIim Rrithmctio man of nBofton paper
is putting in a few days' work on the
Hrhish debt. In 1 notes it would
cover tho State of Ohio. In penny
pieces it would reach to tho moon seven
teen times. It would weight 374,351
men with forty pounds of gold each. A
smart man who never slept could count
It In admit. 7.(YM) venrs. A division
among the Inhabitants of tho earth
wniild giv every mnn, woman and
child f ft. The British debt Is the best
answer to the amended question, "What
bau posterity got to do for usP"
A Wrestle With the PoU.
The following is an extract from a
letter from an inmate of Packer insti
You know they fit us for-life here
teach us French, ceramics, music, and
housework. To-day I took my llrst real
lesson in housework. Heretofore I had
a taste of it helng detailed to pare ap-
S)les for half an hour after supper. To
lay I was "called off that is, instead
of working rogularlv after supper at the
apple business. I had to take another
girl's work after dinner. It waa my
first experience wrth what the girls call
"the black artillery," and may it be my
last! The "black artillery," you must
know are great black iron steam-kettles
in which they cook our meals. There
are six of them. They are ugly-looking
vats. They had been used for dinner,
and of course they had to be cleaned. I
had never seen the girls cleaning them,
and I hadn't the remotett idea of how
the thing was done. 1 was too proud to
ask. So I set to work with two mops,
an iron dishcloth, a dish towel, and
some soap. The things are so deep that
I had to balance myself on their rims.
With heels waving in the air, every now
and then I made a frantic dip at the
bottom. Tho result of these gymnas
tics was a smutted apron, a sprained
back, and a very unsettled temper.
When I got through diving into the
kettle I trie! to regain inv equilibrium.
Shades of misery! My luckless heels
capsized a grent pail of dirty water used
in cleansing the vat. This brought the
matron down on me in the "shake of a
goat's foot." She ordered me to mop it
up instanter and not track around in it;
and I was actually forced to come down
to the indignity of mopping up that
dirty, greasy stuff. I flopped around
wildly whh'thc pail and mop for about
twenty minutes, but my spirit was brok
en, t was ten minute's late for hall,
having worked like a slave for an hour
and a half and got one kettle cleaned.
Wild horses couldn't have dragged rae
back to attack the other live.
However, I have had two consola
tions. One is seventy-five minutes plus
time, and the other is' that I left the pipe
all stopped up with grease. I had to
ladle out every drop i put into the ket
tle. When they go to cook anything
there'll be a flood big enough to float
every one of the miserable things off to
Jericho. One of the rules of the insti
tution is an enforced half hour of medi
tation in a closet every afternoon. I
was in a lovely mow! for meditation that
afternoon. I 'don't think I ever spent a
more joyous thirty minutes.
We have a house full of visitors among
them a young Englishman and his wife,
who have cmie on from India to finish
an education for missionary life. They
have been here about three years. He
expects to graduate from lioston uni
versity in a year more, and then they
will return to India. Meantime, she
will remain here partly as a scholar and
partly to learn how to conduct a girls'
school. It seems so strange to have a
married woman in classes with us. She
is a thiu little creature, with the wor
ried anxious, deprecating face which all
missionaries' wives seem to wear.
The Ilev. Joseph Cook lectured here
about a week ago. I never heard such
lecturing in my life. I was just com
pletely spell-liound. The first thing: he
said was: "To me Smith college, Wel
lesley. and Vassar are sacred, but this
institution is simply divine.' The fac
ulty were so dull of comprehension that
they thought he meant them, but us girls
knew better. He meant us, didn't heP
Tha New Recruit.
In passing by one of Uncle Sam's re
cruiting ofiiees you may have been in
clined to smile as you observed a raw re
cruit emerging therefrom, trying hard
to appear at ease in his blue" uniform,
but failed utterly. He is a voting man
of twenty, perhaps, just off from a farm,
who has been lured away from the plow
by dreams of glorv to be won in fight
ing Indians in the far west. His sleeves
nro too short for his long, lank arms,
and his Cl'enf linmla mnrrlw.nivl an, I
hardened lie farm work. imau U'inllv
f conspicuous and dangle clumsily by his
, iic M-i3 m aoiiiier cap a muo on
one side," trying to assumo a jaunty,
devil-may-care air, suitable to the reck
less warrior that he has suddenly be
row, but it is not at all in keeping with
his downcast eyes and bashful face, and
the only things that he feels nt home in
are the clumsy army shoes, which might
have been made by his own cobbler.
Yon may smile, wo'say, as your eye fol
lows him, but, kiud reader. 'did you ever
take in all the picture? There is fre
quently a great deal more than meets
your brief glance on the street. You
might, if you tried, see a tender-hearted
old mother in the little farm house ho
has left behind, whoso heart is filled
with anxious fears for the boy she saw
depart to make his way in life. Ho fan
cies ho is a man. able' to cope with the
world, but she knows his inexperience,
and to her ho is littlo more than the
child she has loved and tended. And
when she learns that he has enlisted and
gone to tho frontier, there Is deep grief
in her heart and an abiding fear tnat she
shall never look upon his face again.
Ah, there are a great many affectionate
grieving, old mothers left behind when
tho battles of life are to bo fought, that
tha world takes littlo heed of, and that
aro often forgotten by the ones who.
above all others should hold them in
Now turn In another direction, if you
are accustomed to scanning scenes with
your eyes closed and reading events by
tho potent aid of tho imagination. It Is
easy to summon up scenes of savage
warfare In which the raw recruit may
bo destined to mingle, and where the
awkward youth may develop into a lofty
hero. His endurance may bo tested by
long and perilous marches, and camp
ings out that would exhaust tho energies
of an Arctic resident. Soldiering in the
Indian country is fur from being tho
hilarious picnic which the farm lad pic
tured t o himself whilo following the laxy
oxen nt tho plow, or dreamed of under
the humble roof of Ids ancestors. But
once thcro he Is not apt to shrink from
tho duties ho hns assumed, Many a hero
has been mndo In this way. Some of
them have lived to como back and re
joice the heart of tho patient old mot her
praying nt homo for her son's safety,
but the bleaching bones of others whiten
monv trnglo spots that tell of savage
warurn. Kvea dim with tnnra liw.k In
I vain for their return, and yearning
nouns mini m nupcicss sorrow, it you
only think of it, reader, there Is a wide
atmosphere of pathos surrounding the
new recruit Oft. Sat. A'iglU.
tH-LETlN: ,, FRIDAY MORNtffO, MAItCII
Mhili.b' Vitaliz r s what you need for Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness sod
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 aui per bottlv. Paul G. Scbuh,
Knt. j 7;
Mus. Marie ftiraoo, 16S W. Indiana ave..
Chicago, uy: "1 ued Brown's Iron Bitter
it ia the best remedy I ever
Sew Jersey Port Wiue The Best.
Dr. E. 11. Janes a noted physician of the
New York Board ot Health says:
I take great pleasure in testifying my ap
probatiou ot the superior qualities ot the
Port Wine produced by Mr. A. Speer, of
Passaic, New Jeisey. I have been to this
viueyard and cellar.
Altera prolonged trial can confidently
recommend the wine as a buperior article
for the sick and debilitated, and all those
who require vinous stimulation and invig
oration. I ah nil continue to employ it in my prac
tice in allcastre where a pure article ot wine
is called for the tick; and shall do all in
my power to foster and tncnurajje its pro
duction. Fur sale by Paul G. Schub.
To The Wrst.
There are anumbtrot mutes leading to
the abiivu-nieutioued section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louij and
over the Mitnuri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Dep.'t, S tint Louis to Kitisas Ci'y, Leaven
worth, A'chison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fires' uiHke are aittched to all traiut.
At Kiusas City Union I) put, pnssengers
for KauHHe, Colorado, New Mexico ami (Jil
ifnruia connect with txpreBS trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
ixoren traiDB for Kansas aod Nebraska
At Omahs, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior Hcconiodittions, but beautiful
sceneiy, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send fur
illustrated maps, pamphlets. &C. of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Ki.nkak, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Geo'l Pass Agent.
Ely's Cream Bilm has completely cured
inu of Catrrl, of whii h I have been nffl c
ted nvi r ten years, alter trying nlniost every
remedy recommended, none having prveii
so tffective and thorough. 8. J. Aiken,
Wholesale Dealer in Buots and Shoes, 143
Federal St., Boston, Miss.
Trmto Iler Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tho ever
faithful wile and mother, constantly watch
ing and cariug for her dear ones, never ueg
Ice ting a tingle duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that Electric Bitters are the only
aure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost fifty
cents. Sold by Harry W.Schnh. (4)
For seven years Allen's Brain Tfood has
stood the strongest testr as to its merits iu
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility and
restoring lost powers to the weakened Gen
erative System, aod, in no instance, has it
ever failed; test it. $1 ; 6 for 3. At drug-
Farmers and others desiring a ecnteel,
lucrative aijeacy business, by which f 5 to
$20 a day can be earned, tend addres at
once, on postal, to V. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
193 and 107 Fulton street, New York.
Croup, Whipping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh'e Cure.
P.iul G. Schuh. agent. (8)
I Statoi Monroo St.. Chicago.
Will IM4 prtwO to nv alilrm lhatr i
I far 14, n kw. -in fci.in.n.iil
IMMhL Kn-nlM.. 0t-Unir
of iMtmiMfU. h tiw, ops miu.1
1'll.u. Sundry M-nJ omnia. KtrnWiij
nmiM MtinrS Sul antt
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OUlO LBVEK.
a General Batik lug business
TIIOM. V. ItAIlUAV. .'
IUTKKI'UIKK SAVING HANK.
' ' ' i Ot Cairn,
RXCLUSIVKLY A SAVINGS BASK..
Titers. W, II AI,.I.t DAY
. ' '.Trim n !,
PROPRIETOB OF SPKOAT'B PATKN7
ICF PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WKL1
r''KED FOR 8U1PFING
Par-Load q SpociaHv.
fr. Twelfth Street and
' CAIRO. ILLINOW.
A, New and tompieie Hitel, frontluj on l.eve-.
Sacond aod Railroad Uuevt.
Tba Fanonger D. pot of taaChltaio,8t. Loots
and .lewOrleana: IlllnoU Central; Wabaah. Ht.
Louia and Faetfle; hua Mountain anil Hoaibero,
Mobile and Ohio; tain aud Sr. Loan Kiiwai
are all Joat acruaa tha atrrat; while tba Bteamhuai
Landing I bnt one aquare dlatant.
Thia Hotel la heated by aleatn, ha atoain
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevalnr, Klevtrle Call Bella.
Automatic Fira-Alarma. Balha. abaolutely pure air.
perfect leverage and uimplete appointmenta.
Superb rarniehlnga; perfect aervtce; and ao no
I P. PARK Kit At r.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
The Howard OalTanlo StiWd and vat other Kictm
Oalolo.od Ma.natlo A!pllart sad Oi'suu ara
a.araor.e.r hrOM Ib'll7Sr, Prlrla, itilfp.y,
Rh-omHtln, Oy-raroraad Brilo. Flh.a.tion or Loi or
Vila Koarwr. Wli Back. Kidnmr. 1 Iror.and 6tomarh
romplln.u.aBl ara nd.ptad to EiTHEll 8EX. Tba
ai.jp Uooa. ara thaary lala improrad, and enttrelr
d Soreot from bal.e aod all ottaara, aa lb.rpo.ltlT. j
CFnarataraaUaaojaearranta wit boat acid., eau'n no
or, norlrrlut m of th lklD-aa ba worn al work aa
rwt nlr notlc.bl . u werwr. Power I rwila
t4 to aat the d arrant atagea of all dlM.Hn whore
tlaoirlo and Magiatlo troatmeot la of benefit. Tboae lot
hiLS? th "J."1 o'.olaeiwa. aa thatr irtloa la
;.2S.ir00 .N7'a. MuacuUr. and OwiaratitaOiii.Kra,
aiwadihi 'ivatnrla the telltr-whlcb I. EIHrtctt
iLlil!' ib ,r",n. b aicaaa or lndi.rr.Oooi.. and
,t",rto:' lxraaratloa, and wa are
157?. '"ol,h f moat .amh.tloi d b olnte
li7S'v7t "T eJ1,B, Our lllnttraud Pampblat
ant rrea or la aaald aorelope for &c poataca.
AM"CN CLVANIC CO.
rn. hrtted f 3 1 2 N. eth t St. Louls.Mo
CLOUR RAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HifhtM CasbPric Paid t-r Wheil.
jEW YORK STORE,
WHOLEHALK AND RFTA 1 1.
The Largest Variety Stock
tN the t?rrv.
O. O. PAT1KH fc i ! ).
Cor.Nineieetith atraot I i:,m,
Commereial Aaaonn I ''HIM'
PORT GKAPE WISE
Spkkr's Port Grape Wink !
four years old.
TntS rKLRBllATED NATIVE WINK li mala
from tbejulce of tha Oporto Grape, ralaed In
thl county Its Invaluable tonic and mrrngih
enlns propertia ara nnanrpaaaed hv any other
Native Wlu. IMn the pnra Juice of fa Grape,
produced BDilnr Mr. Hneor'a own pergonal npf rrl
ion, In purity and gunulm nana, are guaranteed.
Thi youneat child m .j partak or Ita s-nerong
qiialltlva, and the weak t Invalid uaa It to art van-
'tlj PaftlcularlvboneOtial tothaRi-d nd
d-bllltatd, aud aiutvd to tba arioat atlmonta that
Sneer's P. J. Sherry. ;
The P. J. MI1KRRV In wlna of Superior Char
acter and artnkeAorthe rich qua! g of the (rap
rrora ah ctt It la made Kor Furlty. Rlchnaaa. Kla
vo- and Medicinal Propertiw. It will b loand nn
xcolled. . , ; ,,
Sneer's P. ,T. Brandy,
Thle RHANOY aland nnrlvtd la thli fjounlry
Mlua-far uporlor ror uedlolnal puipoa.g. ft la a
puredlmlJUtlon Iro n the grape, and ron'alne al
nahle medicinal propanla. it haa a delicate fla
S"..?.1"! Ur V thatofth crap, froaa which tt I
dial l ed, end te in greet fav ir smoai tret-claaa
'"'''f- that tb ainaatai ALFRKD
NPKRR, paaggje, M. )., ig0ver th cork or each
OHM, ' i
Bold By. PAUIi SOHUH
AUDIT DIOOQWTS IVKSTWRKEl,
p W j
Tho largest stock and lowest prices in
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
irATTIJTGS, LACE CURTAINS,
You find at
F. W. ROSENTHAL,
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
i ii j i "i n hi h j
few drops applied to the anrfnro will Penetrate to tho vary Bone,
and almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing
nor discolor tne aiun. or icavo
naa AOF.guAr.ioriiifl unroot KhoomatlHm. Sprains. Jlrnlaoa
Stilt Joints, Neuralgia, Lane Book. Cramps, Toot h-Arho.
Sore Throat, Pains in tho Limbs or In any part of the System
and la eijiiully eflleaclona for all pains in the Stomach and Bowols.
requiring a powerful dilluslvo stimuiant. SeoMern-ira Altnimno.
Isk your Drugdst for It . Price 50 cu
ITeparrd only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholwiala Dnitra-lat, ST.
THAT SETTLES IT.
Brought into Competition with tlie i
Wurid, tl.e litst t'anies off
At the gra.it Centenul&l Exhibition of 18Vfl. the
'.eadincpriiduciei fall ihe liraurhe (t the World'i
ndiialry were a-armhet at Philadelphia. To
canyoffaprue iu ihe (a-e of that tremenduu
competition wa a tarlt of io oidlnnrv dlfflcii'ly.
IiiVtsuil.ina id preparation fo' al tviatlon of pain
aud ibecuie of dl . ae wrre preeeiit I i the ureal
eft oo9t 'le vari-t, rpr:tit tin the ktll anl he
proloumled atu.ly of thua.Te, aud it may be of vital
importance to tou, p"rioua'ly. to know that Ihe
liijlii't aud only ruuda i!l.n to rubber k'orouf
plaHter, w:is awgrdud to tht) m:itiuractvri'ts of
IJKN'S jN'i CAP. IN li I'OrtOCa PLAVIEk, bj
the following Jury :
Da. rt M. RUTH, luricnn 0 ucml. Prn"ian a-my
J.U.TllO.MP.iON. M ,M.D , WoeliiDfitou, DC.
C. B. Will I K. M U , New Orleans
En.NESTFLElS. il. W D.. Au-trla.
The dec el u waa af eriv .rd condrmelby the
rau ilcU Jurtat th4 Purl Exp, gltloa. Knowtuc
the vali e (if uca h's;U and aub ad teatlmotiy.
the medical profraaiou, both In the Uol-ed Mtatca
and In Eurotie, quickly threw aside the old, alovi
acltDjjplialcrg -hey had beau using, aud adopted
Henton'a in their rcjjilar practice That phyal
clan and ur oua ot the broailcat reuntallona did
Ihia.d.atincily provi'g the Inlitnalc m rit or the
ji ti no more tnanjuatto a ll mat. the average
physician of ti-day la 0't ilontutud by tho pie
Jadlceawb'ch retarled the pngrom ami modified
the lucceMeg of h!a prt'decemor. of not more than
twentv-4ve ye.ira ,'o. Flo accepts bints from all
qnartera aud on4orea hiiX a Inpta deinonatiated
btalinR aijeuta wherever he Audi them .
The rlijnt of Benaon'a C'apclne I'orona Planter to
atand at the hea I of ail eit -rnal appllcattona what
aoever, for the inltlgailou or euro of dleeaae, la no
Let the purchtior, however. -be on hie gnnrd
agalnt imltuiKin", Thi peiiii Itie ha) the word
CAPCINP ciT lu tho mldillo
beabury & Johiion, ChomUw. New Y. ra.
Sleadr etnp ovrtctit d"rlna prlntr atid S'ltn
mer. Addreaa J.C. .Ho I'RUY, Chicago. I 1.
I ii.iva a positlvo riUr !-t tlifc etwe dlai'Ma; hi- lie
IhotiMiida of cm' u( tin wurat kind anU ol Ions
lundinir lima buen tnrwl. 1 ii'twl, n" tmni; l mr ,.i.ti
Jl IU clllraej, t'it I wllU.-n.l TWO ll() rl.KS Fill X to.
pihor Willi a VAI.fAlil.K TKHAriKKon II, n t
Uij.uflorur. UltaKiprrxmiTnif. u aiMrKm.
DU. T. a. oLOCL il, 111 .loi.,NowTk.
WC will p.rihmot, rrwiiil lr nf muof LIt Compljlut'
rylpii, M, k 11.,,,1-uln, l,,liciti.n,C,nnliniillM) or Co.il, tn.i,i,
aouuoic.irui W'ni'a V., a m l.ur I ill., K iu dime
llon.'. .UKtlr enmpllnl Willi. T!,v in funlv .(rll.l, i;l
Mvarbll lo fut iauuuiUii. frr Un,l. I . b.,tri, ion.
iml' ' f"!i 11 nn. fr ul. I ll o-,ir.-ln.. Ivor, of
wnlif,ln rl tiuluilnni. T' a-, in-'ii ifjrnfu. loJ r.ljr br
JOHN (', LST A CO., IM A M '. tl.vhlon Si., Clilrtg.
fn. nil' in, U.-junl ty uuiil .ri,di.uric.wlotaoMiiUiaio.
KeaSih is Weaith !
t:. Witar'a Nkiivk anu IIiiaix TnrAT.
MKST, a BtwninUM'il nwitio Tor llyatorm, Iiirzt.
neaa, ('onvtilhioiia, Fita, Norvotia Netirnlfia,
lleaditrlm, Norvima PrtHtrnliou cnimeil h) the tio
ofnlciilirl or tobw'co. Viik"fuliie, Mentiil l)i
proraiou, Hoftrtnititf of thn Prain rreultinu in in
anity ami loadinfT to niiiry, lUnny ami dentil,
Premature Old Aito, llanontieae, L of power
in ruber ae,x, liivolnntory lwuea anil Hpenniit.
orrhrrn ratiaml byovrwxortiim of tho brain, eelf
ahueeor over-iiiiliilpenoo. Fach boa cotitiiing
one month' troHtmi'iit. fUUa box. or ix liorog
for$.1.Ut),aout byniuil iriini(lon reci'iptof piico,
M ai ill AllAX nX HIX 1IOX1IM
To euro nny can. With each older received by n
for aix li'oaea. aeroinpaiiicd with tM wo will
aend the pureliiwrimr written (tniiruiiteo tn re.
futiiltlio money if tlm trontuiant ilov uotulluut
a cure, (inn runt nee iwtuiil only by
HAHJiY W. SCIIUII.
Drunglit. Cor. Cnnitnarclal ave. A IHlh at., Cairo,
lirmitrarealwa a ni. th lnnb
J'ontfor ihai cei lu Inrreaao
1 their eauilnif-, end In time
Jbeeemn wea thv thoae who
no niipn.va m iro(ip ir-
lllllllla K.IM.lH In h.tuu,IU
W offer itteal chance In muko money. H e w it
mam meo, wnnin, hove aud girl lo work lor a
rllihtln'liiilrowolnrallimg. Any oni ran do the
wor properly fr m the Crat giari. The huni
will pay more th n tan tlmea ordinary wagea Ki
pengiveoutfl' furnUlieJfrao. No ono who engage
11 g to make mamt ran rtlu. Vim ran ilnv la
yoar whole ini to (fa woik, or oni your epa e
Moment rail liiforiniilu.n and a l ( at I oe.'ilad
MBlfree, a4draMiiriNlON a CO. Porilaad, II.
avafl I tUIAjU.
Lj A Mierliil i'i--p:iraliiii iiJiu
ilXgi:wscil mostlv of Ksseiiti.il Oils
Hie most penptratlng Liniment
'known. So pnnppnfr!itirt tlmf d
dlniicrceali e effneta of onv khul. n
per bottle ULlvi H ft "rv 71
.'V .U.VhliTISUVI NT-.
ami 613 rhpstiiiit Mrett,
CAPITAL 1,000,11111) ICHAltTEK I'F.ItPF.Tl'AL.
Act. aa Eieciilor. Ad- Inictritor, A- sirm e, I(e
celer. (ivariiiHii, Attorney. Aifein, 1 rtirtud and
L'oinnilttix, a, ime or lu touueition with an Indi
vidual aupoli! e .
'I a..-1 Lai of ih pr 'pc-ty of b(ntei and
nou rc-i '.eii , c.t'.rctg uuri riuiia imimn; prompt
jr, aud i!.M.-lHr(p taui.fuily tu dntiea of tvery II
due arv t i; rt an I H m t kucwn to ibe Irw.
hae-l i Item within liuilr-pr ot SMtlti. of the
i(ii Hppiove I fi itriu'i.nn
Wilm aepi in Fim uixl lliirtf ur- irnof Sufin wiih
out ct. htj;' I iu'f, "iii!r'!-H and all other val
naolei n:,tiri'ly kiitm mod'Tiit nnuuni char ,e
fur fkU- rci.iin r ih c tic iink-muitv.
Car TiU' tini! truer a pruM'd ceciirltii' formle.
In:rn nlluwe . (im M,)itf)' d.po-ltid f(.f d.
Ilnitc period', r ii n'ii ten dm' iiot'ce.
V I'. PA I rKIC-oV 1'r ident
II rTl.K iXYVEIf. Ylee-Pre-ldent.
M 1 ( -t s. s i ohi'S. Ir amriT.
KHANl IS K.VtON.S t'yaiul Tttit Officer.
W. C PATTERSDS
HON. T F. B A Y A ' I,
l FltK'i !. l.ll.t.F.TT,
Ho. ALLISON W HITft,
lia. CP I Elt,
li. R. PATTKltsll ,
JOHN T won iyK
Joi 1. KKI.FK,
THOs. w. HATTON.
W. J Nr. AH
IA S M Mtl'IN".
1)H. V) U Y f AtiNLW
II II. liOi -TON
JOII v (.. UK (l ist,,
S llinin'.f 'ii, Ilel.
liu Ol.O W. KKII.Y,
lla ri-lurtr, I a ;
Hon. J r.. AFHK'A,
I Ul'ti' (toil I'm. ;
IloN. II Ci YVEU,
It mi uik, I'b, :
lIliVll 'NiJS. UOIY,
, M tll ntMown, Pa.:
Hon K K. Mt)N HHAN,
et Ctie.ter, Pa. ;
Philailclphl . hi
(iKN. V. W. 11 Davia,
Hi'". T K KAMMlPlI, l,.yleion. Ha
Morrlatowii. I'a.: C'll AS. W . C 'H'KIt,
All mown, Pa.
CF.Yi:ol'. I I'NT A rn..
11 (t-tiibiUheit ,n i W73 )
8 ExchaiiR-i court S Y. t-i i aS lie St.. Cblcairo.
tNhK is AND PltoKhltS.
Kpednl lai ill i r r the ni:rche and aa'o of
SIO K-, 10 IIS, (i AiV P.o VISION'S.
Reler in .Mvchanx'n' National Hank, Sew York ;
Filth Nut mial Htik,Chlcin;Oi and Herman aucurity
Hank I o'ii7il!-, Ky
I. .11. Skvm.h h. Muiilur Ni w York ViocS Fxch.
J V.Hcnt Member Lhlcatio Coaid of Trndo.
A. L Mnxui.-ii.
WW s& wdTW
017 St. Charlos Stroot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A wit'ilar CJrn.lunm of two meilleal
riilli'gi.o, Im. licen imiL'rr euneeit hi the treat
tnent of Clironie, Nemiu., Mnn m.,1
Itlnml UlMv, thuil nnrntlirridivalelaii lu
hi. Louie, aa eltv wri i-hew nnd afl old re.
dent" know. I eiiMillnllim t ntlleeor ay mall,
tree gift United. V I'm iIIV I ilk nr his oidiilon
rit not III ni;. V Ji, ii n is Iiieiinveiileiit tn vllt
tlie oltv .or Irentnieiit, tiie-ll,'liie run be ent
by in.u 1 or expres i vervw liere. Curable cae
f ii.ii'Kiitei-,1: her, .loutil. cxliits ll la rt.inklv
Hated. Cull Ol Write. i
rlTvntu Prcitration. Lcbiiity, Mental tni
riiyaical Vealin", Mi'raurial and other
Directions of Throat, Skin ond Bone', Blood
pmjUiisand EIooil roiwDlnT, SkinAlfeC
tlon, 01J Sores Ulcrrn, Impedimoiits to
Mnrriatro, rJieumit-iTfi. Files. Special
attontloa ti cmos from ovi.r-woi'Ved liraio.
SURGICAL CASES reodvo rprnial attontlon.
Disease uriaiug from ImrrurtVncr.Escassa.
Indulgen? or Expnsurf. '
It la aelf.pvl let Hint a '!ivlrlnu pnvllig;
partleubir am nil mi to a ei i- ot cine, atlalna
ii relit . kill, an, I pl, leHll III rejlllnr ir:letll'
al! over the eouiitrv kuowlmi tlih, ireiniently
reeoinmenil i-n.ito the nliH i i illie In AiieM lea
whue esery known appliance l n-ani'led to,
gild the pi-ovoil itdixt '(iiiwH.-i of ull
aifen mitt eouutt b o are ued. A w bole bmise I.h
U'Vd I'oruillee niii,ie, ami all nri treated with
skill In a reiei'i'nl iiuiiiner: ni it ki.nwlnit
w bnt tn ilo, nn i'Xiei'lnienl nre inn.le. imae
count ol the Kieut nuuiiiir ain.ivlnit. the
fburuea nv Vent ln, often lower than l
d.-iiiaiidrd br olbce If yon eeuii the -kl'l
ami fl a neeily nn.l I'm IV it lil.' me, llmt 1
tlie 1 1 1 1 1 ... i lunl ninller. J'uui hlet, oli pugea,
cut lo liny nldicmi fire.
pflrts. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. ! pa?c.
IClPunnt cb'th mill filt tiluillnir, heated ftvrM
eent ill Hitair or eurien. v. Over llfn wou
ii, rl'nl t en pieturi , Hnn to life aillelewui tha
d'lli'ii Inn nililn l'. , Im inn) iii.irry. w ho not;
ll I r Proper ilk1'' to tnuri'v. tt'lin loan ) flrt.
ilunhnriil, tt (ilnilhliii.i.l. l'hve.il rleeni . NVIlO
lnuilil mar, y. Ilnw Hie nml lii,,'lne. ninv Im
Oirriiiieil. Ttnme Innirinl or rmili'iiililntlnil
r irlnK hiinM reml It. ll might toberead
jv all mliilt pi i Hin. tln ii k tit tunler Inrk and
'. PopiCiie i III inn, nine r iil'ine. tint mx t
rover and piiuea, fJ lei .n by lunil. Ill luuej
JOHNSON'S ANCDVNt LINIMCNT will
poltlrjly pli'Trnttlilt, rrll l(tiMia and will BwU
llrnly cure nine enwi out f ten. Intu in.itlen f-al
III ioBiii"T l.vi ,itent fiw li mad. iHm'tiMire,
mnnie- l. I'nn "tl vi Ik l oiiet Cam eura, Lfl, Jjllft.
HON ft Cti.. P'tsrnv, f'.y M., l.irMrrly run.n. Vs.
txrAaaoKS1 1'Ui.etviva l'UJjsuiakoiuwrU.'lihlooih
not. II l aweetittig b. go
and dare hulorv uu die, aom ,
iing mtintv and aniiiimn
ve heh'nd iocoiioirllma."
iiw a week In vottr aim tow a.
Hvn DolUr oiiitlt fr Na
risk. Bv rylhlna: new Cipltal not qllrd. Hs
will furnish yna evMrything; Many aro nitklng
lortunea, I a Ilea tnnke an nine1! uien and boy
ml tflrlam ika. rreat pa Header, If yna waut
bnaliitiaa at wh en ton n snake great pay all taa
time, writ for parilealai tots. UAU.KTf CJl
fa 1 1 II 11 Est I