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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1883.
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Catarrh atid Hay
Agri-able to I'lit,
I'M iciuALCn ron
UOI.ll IN Tllk HSAD.
Headache A lienfneaa
or any kind of biucdi
UK-Til liranal Irritations,
Inflamed and rounh
surfaces. A prepara
tlon of undoubted
merit. Apply by 1hu
Utile fljgir into thu
nostrils. It will ho
clean. lug thu nasal
passage of catarrhal
virii, causing healthy secretions. It allay In
flammation, p-otacts the meiubraual Hntnga of the
bead from additional colds, completely heals the
orosand restores thu sense uf taeto and smell.
Beneficial results are realized by a luw appllca-
ATUOHOUGH TREATMENT WILL Cl.'REI
Cream Bdm has valued an cnvlablu rupatatlun
wherever known; displacing all other preparations,
bond for circular coat lining full Information and
reliable tostlmoDlals. Bv mall, prepaid. 5D cents
package stampa received, bold by all whole
tale and Mall druggiats.
KI.Y'SCIIK AM HALM CO., Owego, N. T.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wary tresses of abundant,
hoautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATJI A I HON'. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes the Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness, removes dandruff ami
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Ileau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathahxm.
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
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1NVAMIAR1.T IK ADVANCI.
AH Communications should he addressed to
K. A. BURNETT.
Publisher and Protrtelor.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
A Little Philosopher.
The days aro short and the nlithts are long.
Ami thu wind Is n ipi.i risr cold;
Tin- taxs arc hard ami ttu- sums are wrong,
Ami tlif ti'Hrln rM ittt. n scold,
Itnt Jrihnny Mi-Trw,
( Mi, whiil cures ho,
As hi' win.-tl-" alonif tho way?
"It will Hll (".iiik riirht
lly to-morr"w night"
Pays Jotimiy Md'nf tivday.
Tho plums an- fi-w nnd tlit cake la plain,
The shoes arc nut lit the t:
Fr iiiniit'v you look In thi' purse in rain
It was ail "iN'tit lomr iiiro.
Hut Jiihnny M.'rf ,
l ih. what euros he,
A h whi-tle along tliostrK.'t?
Would you hnvp tin- lilueft
Vor a pair of slim-H
While you have a pulr of feet?
The enow Is divp, their arc paths to broak,
lint the little Hrm Ih strung,
And work Is play if you'll only take
Your work with a lilt of song.
And Ji.hiuiy Met Ye,
(Ih, what cures he,
A" he whittles along the road?
lie will do his best.
And will leave the rent
To the care of his Kiither, God.
The mother's face It I? often nail.
She searee known what to do;
lint HI Julumy'e kiss she is brltflit and glad
She lovin him. nnd wouldn't you?
For Jolinny MH.'reo,
tlh, what enreaho,
As he whlHtleanlonK tho way?
The tnuilile will jro.
And "I told vou eo,"
Our Imive little Jonnnv will say.
Mix. Smurstrr In Harpcr'a Young People.
A Former Slave Becomes Owner of the
The Atlanta Constitution has found a
colorcil man in Meriwotlicrcotiiitv, (la.,
who Kiiifo tlm war. lias ani:i.ssei a for-
tuno Millinrnt to iturclitisu thu. tilauta-
tion on which he onei
ico worked its a
slave. "In the time lief ore t lit war,'
runs the story, "there lived in Meri
wether county a ilon't-eiire sort of ne
gro named Jack Wilson, who could
neiUier read nor write. He had gained
his freedom in some way or other, and
ruined his livelihood ly aetinjr as a sort
at director general to famous horses in
his neighborhood. Jack became attach
ed to a servant girl who was owned by
a man mimed (iates, one of tho wealth
iest men in (jeorgia, who owned thous
ands of acres of land, and with his fam
ily lived in lordly st le. The servant
girl was a bright mulatto, and Jack was
a shade darker. They mado a match
of it, and were married under the order
of things that existed In war times. At
the same time Jack had a slave-time
wife in Virginia, but she was us black
as coal. When the wur closed and tho
slaves were declared free, Jack took his
Georgia wife to bo his partner for life,
and by living with her for a stated per
iod she became his wife according to
law. As soon as he was married Jack
Bhowctl a sudden spirit of industry that
astonished everybody. His careless
habits wcro thrown aside, and he went
to work with a will. The wealthy (Inge,
his master, died, and the broad acres
fell to tho possession of the heirs. Jack
still worked on the place, and was sav
ing and careful. The Gago family had
lost everything except their land. Hun
dreds of slaves were freed by tho now
order of things, Mid tho vast and prince
ly fortuno was gone. Tho heirs could
not adapt themselves to the situation.
Finally pressed, they sold fifty acres ol
land to Jack; then they wanted more
money, and Jack stood their socurlty at
the La Grantre Dank, and when thev
wore unable to pay ho would lake up
trie notes at bank and trade lor a piece
of the Gates ulantatlon.- lie worked
with a vongeanuo, and all his family
worke!. Old man Jack became a noted
nnd honored citken of the county. He
was industrious and prospered. In tho
mean time his old musters children con
tinued to sell him mrts of the old home
stead. Finally he owned it all ami was
rich. Three years ago he decided thai
it was his duty to provide for his old
Virginia wife, so he sent for her, ami
she, with her children, came to him.
8lio was given a house on the planta
tion, audit was well provided for. Jack
owns now the niagnilicent place ot
about 1,500 acres within three miles of
White Sulphur Springs, in Meriwether
county. He is 03 years old, and his
children are settled around him, and all
are contented and happy and industri
ous. Ho owns fifteen or sixteen mules,
and Is noted for keeping the best stock
In the county, His credit at the La
Grange Hank is good, and he can bor
row all the money he wants on his sim
ple note of hand."
There aro thoso who desire to know
how hops are cultivated, and the plan
in England, is to select a good rich soil
and plow it deep, at the same time ma
nuring well and heavily. Good drainage
is also necessary, and every precaution
is taken to afl'ord the most favorable
conditions for maturing the crop. Cut
tings or shoots of any approved sort
which have liccn reared in a nursery are
planted in rows six feet apart, and the
hills should also be that diMahec apart in
the rows. From two to three plants are
allowed to each hill, and llicy are sepa
rately staminate ami pistillate, one male
plant being planted fur every lifiy ,f
the others. No crop is expected tlie' first
year, but a hoed crop of Mime sort niav
le grown during that lime, between the
hills of Imps, tlu'cultiv.tion and inanur
ing'Tor which is considered beneliehtl.
Each hill lias a short pole, which is
lixed la-fore Summer, to which the
young vine is fastened and trained.
E-trly in Spring the ground i again cul
tivated, lsitli tin- cultivator and hoe be
ing used, and the hills are finally
e.-irthi-ned up in June. In this country
the di-tance Itctw-ccti rows varies from
six to eight feet, and some erovvers use
two poles instead of one, (he poles being
irom twelve to eighteen leet in liilit
i.-.. . . "
.-v-w-n icei apart, eaen wav is also a
favorite di-lanee, w hich gives 001 hills
to the acre, and allows a fewer vines to
the hills. Plenty of sunlight and a free
circulation of air are benelicial U the
vim s, nnd manure may be added at any
Mage of growth, owing to the plant be
ing a grass feeder.
As to the quantity of hops usually
produced no exTict estimate can be
made, as everything depends on the at
tention given by the grower in cultivat
ing. 1 he use of manure and the quality
ol the soil are a No important, but first
in me management is the judicious use
oi me plow, cultivator and the fioe, to
say nothing of setting, tying and train
ing the vines. From four to six pounds
nave is-en garnered lnun each hill on
good locations, and it is not expecting
too much to claim one ton of bops for
every acre cultivated, though much less
is often obtained. The crop, which is
always hand-picked, affords employ
ment to a large nuniberof hands during
the picking season, the prices pniil
ranging according to location. The
new ioik nop iiisinci last year pro
duced irj,iai,iHio pounds ol hops, and
the cost of production was from 10 to 15
cents per pound, including all expenses
of w ages, interest, use of land etc., and
the average price obtained was CO cents,
although some lots sold for $1. The
crops arc always quickly salable, and
the demand for crops increase annually.
Quick as a Wink.
W hen Professor of Chemistry at Ox
ford. Sir Benjamin Hrodie, was experi
menting on a peculiarly explosive fluid
tif his own discovery, and was holding a
small bottle of this fluid between his
eyes and the light, either through the
tremulous motion or the warmth of his
hand the fluid exploded w ith such vio
lence as to blow to pieces to dust in
ftu-t the liottlo which contained it; and
his first thought was, "I am blindod;
this glass has heen driven into my eyes,
and I shall never see again." Upon
putting ins hand to ins eyes, however,
he found that the glass bad irotie entirely
into the outside of his lids, ami that his
eyes were perfectly safe. Either the
Hash of light or the explosion (which
occured lust is not known) had called
forth an instantaneous respondent mus
cular movement, which protected his
eyes by the closure of his eyelids.
W. F. uaKhiiin. river editor of fn IUillktim
and steamboat pasaeniior agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job prim ing solicited. OOlco
at Honor's European Hotel. No. 7i Ohio levee.
STAGES Or TUB RIVKR
The river marked by tbe gauge last even
ingat this port, 43 feet 7 l inches and fall
Cincinnati, March 100 p. ui. River 21
feet 2 inches and rising.
Pittsburgh, MarchlO 6p.m Rivei 6 feet
8 inches and falling.
Louisville, March 100 p
feet 10 inches and rising.
m. River 8
Nashville, March 100 p.m. River 13
feet 9 inches and rising.
St. Louis, March 10 C p. m. River 22
feet 8 inches and falliug.
i no aim tvimorougn arrive n here yes
terday morning from St. Louis with a big
trip and remained hero all day discharg
ing. She received 27 passengers and aome
freight and departed for St. Louis at 0 p.
The B. S. Uhea from Nashville is due
bore to-night and leaves at 10 a. in. to-mor
row on her return trip. The Rhea is nota
bly popular and her crew from Captain
to potatoe peeler are all in the same yale.
The Henry A. Tyler for Tiptonville loft
here yesterday at 11 a. m. She had a fair
trip. She leaves herd to-morrow at 10 a. m.
on her first trip for the Texas narrow gugo,
making daily trips.
Yesterday Wiggins tho windy man got
left in this section, but aa he went over to
Canada to catch some nf the breeze, We may
expect to huur something startling to day
Tho Gus Fowler will report hero this 2
p. m. from Paducali, and leave here on nor
rutuiu trip at S p. ni. She connects with
the trains here going north, south, oast and
Look out for the magniticicnt steamer
Golden Crown to-day. She goes to New
Orleans and no boat belonging to tho Big
0. Line can surpsits her for accommoda
tions. The Vint Shinkle from Memphis is due
here to-morrow morning for Cincinnati.
See W. P. Lambdin, Possonger Agent and
gut your tickets.
The Jos. W. Gaff will report here this
morning for Memphis. Capt. C. B. Russell
master and James Surtees chief clerk.
The City of Vicksburg from St. Louis is
due here this evening for Vicksburj;. Cipt.
Riley is her general commander.
The John Scudder from St. Louis is due
hero this morning ftr New Orleans.
Ely's Cream Bilm has completely cured
me of Catarrh, of which I have been nfllic-
ted over ten years, alter trying alaioet every
remedy recommended, nouu baying proved
so tffi-ctive and thorough. S. J. Aiken,
Wholesale Dealer in Hoots and Shoes, 14:J
Federal St., Boston, Mais.
Shih'h's Vitalize a what you ueed for Con
stipation, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and
all symptoms of Dyspepsia. Price 10 and
75 cents per bottle. Paul G. hchuh,
Mas. Mittie Srson, ICS W. Indiana ave
Chicago, tu: "I used Brown's Iron Bitters
in dyspepsia; it is the best remedy I ever
New Jersey Port Wine The Best.
Dr. E. II. Jaucs a noted physician of the
New xoik Board ot Health says:
1 take great pleasure in testifying uiy ap
probation of the superior qualities ot the
Port Wine produced by Mr. A. Spter, of
Passaic, New Jeist-y. I have been to this
vineyard and cellar.
Altera prolonged trial I can confidently
recommend the wine as a superior article
for the sick and debilitated, and all (hose
who require vinous stimulation and invig-
I shall continue to employ it in my prac
lice in all cases where a pure article of wine
is called for the sick; and shall do all in
my power to foster and encourage its pro
dudion. For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
tiucKien s Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblaius,
Corns, nnd all Skin Eruptions., and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
21 cents per box. For sale by Geo. E
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the alxive-nientioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louu and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway, Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
Brest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia "nnnoct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains lor ivansas ana ixeorasxa
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
ami superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kmnan, F. Cuandi.ek,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gcn'l Pass Agent.
True to Her Trust.
Too much cannot be said of tho ever
faithful wife and mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never ncg
lecting a single 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, aud malarial poison exterminated, she
must kuow that Electric Bit tars arc the only
sure remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost hlty
cents. Sold by Harry W. Schuh. (4)
Faruehs and others desiring a uuntcel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
$20 a day can bo earned, send address at
once, on poRtal, to H. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
105 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
For seven years Allen's Brain Food has
stood the strongest teste as to its merits in
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility and
restoring lost powers to the weakened Gen
erative System, and, in no instance, has it
ever failed; test it. $1; 0 for 5. At drug
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Slnlohs Curo
Paul G. Schuh, agent. (8;
Bad Taste in tho mouth, unpleasant
breadth and impaired hcariiiir. when ro
suiting from Catarrh, are overcome, and tho
nasal pnBsagus which have been closed for
yeaisaro mado free by tho usoot Ely's
vienui mum. nice uu cents.
Apply to nostril with little finger.
Mew and Complete Hotel, fronting no Levei
Second and Railroad Btrecta,
Tbe Paamnuer Dmot of the Chlraco. HI. tonla
and .ew Orleans: Illinois Ceatral: Wabash, hi.
Louts and . Pacific; lion Mountain and Houlhern,
Mobile and Ohio: (Jain, and St. I.nnis Hmiwuva
are all Just across the atreet: while the Steamboat
Landing is lint one aijnare distant,
This Hotel Is heated by steam, bas stuam
Lanndry, Hydraulic Klevator, Klectric Call Hulls.
Automatic Klre-Alartna, Baths, absolutely purs air,
perlect sewerage aud complete appointments.
enpern lursisninga; perreel service; and an nn
ice lied tattle.
UP.PAKKKU Ac fX)..IJ.Pai
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
The Howard Galranlo Shlnld and our other Vri,
Uaiilc and Maaiwtlo A.pllr- and Garm-an aro
ainraeorafoi Norroua Itahlllf,, J'amlruls, EMlmxr,
Hheamathm, Overworked Brnlo, Eihanstioa or Low or
V ital Knerwr, Weak Back. Kidnr. I.lm, and Stomach
lumpittinia, ana are adapted to KITHKR SEX. Thww
VSJ, " T,rT J'"n '"OP"""!, "d antlralr
dJWont from beita aod all otrmra, aa thaj posltiraly
BeooraUoontlanooaeorraoU without aelda, cauafoiDO
aomt Dor Irritation of ths skin-can be orn at workaa
i.iJ!!2rTun,r..B.20o"bl" ""aw. Power txnwnla.
V? '.S diBnwnt etaoea of all dlasasm when,
electric ana Magnetlo treatment la of benefit. Tboae for
rfoJ. Jv " I"1 "'disease, as their action la
i ni' f"M. Mosc.ilar.aad QeoeratlTe Coolers,
KmtMU!iau th tHlitir-wblch Is Electricity
rtrslDed frosa tbe intern fay aioeea or lnl.r,.in. .A
IBT thua In a oataral war overcome the mk'nu.
wioutdroeytoBtbe aiorawh. Tbej will care every
STL0 etrnotural defeneration, and we are
'ornlsh the most emi.baUe and absolute
ni 'v rZ: 2 L ,i'um; uo 1 '"""iraied fampb lei
sent Free or la sealed envelope for c postage.
Comitate I AMERICAN CALVANIC CO.
fret IsTited f 3 1 2 N. 8th it., St. Louls.Mo
& Monroe SU.. Chicago.
w vL 'At pes LviigrtvltifCl
of (iutiut4itJt Kulta, Cp, HtlUa
I'Omiwma, Kp-H, l'irrI.UBMa
Hutitla. Pram M arS buff., and
lit Kondr I.! Out tola, km
,MtWnilti lo inniiiwa itwtrocltev aria fcS'
torrtmfnr aimM' Bakd. aM ft V4
f CtMtv bautl Mttwiai
NEW YORK STOKK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
in tiik err v..
GOODS SOLD VERYCLOSK
O. O. PAT1KU CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street 1
Commercial Avenue I
Nashville, Padueah & Cairo Packet.
The elegant and palatial steamer
B. S. A,
J. 8. TYNBR
: Leaves Cairo every Monday at 4 p. m. for Nash
Nashville, Padueah & Cairo U. S. Mail
W. II. CHERRY,
PIXK DUES... Mastor
JOLLY BARD - -..CWirk.
Leavosthls port every Wednesday at 4 p. m. for
pj ALLIDAY BROTHERS
OA IUO, ILLINOIS.
r"L0Ufl, HRAIN AND HAY
HUhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
JOHN IS PRO AT,
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
V4holesnloDetvler In loo.
KJK B V THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEli
TACSED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Spoolaltv.
Cor.Twelfth Street and levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
&i I Stale
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
F. W. ROSENTHAL,
410 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
vv.w drops apimea 10 tne surtaeo will
and almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN!
nor aiscoior me oain, or ieav msasreean e cnects or anv kind, it
has NO kqcai, for Dm Cnre of Rhenmatlsm. Sprains, BrnisAs,
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia. Lame
c? in . v . . . . v.
oore laroat jraina in vne jjimoa
and is finally ellloacloiis (or all pains in
ruuiruiK a powerful ainusive stimulant. Bee Mcrreit's Aimanne.
Ask your DrugKlst tor It . Trice 50 cU
1'roparMl only tiy JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholeaiilw DnKrirtst, ST. LOUI9, WO,
THAT SETTLES IT.
Brought into Competition with the
world, the Best Carries off
At the gri.t Centennial Exhibition of 1S7, the
leading products of all the branches of tin: World's
Industry wvro assembled at Philadelphia. To
carry oil a prlzu in The face of that tremendous
compctitiotl was a task of 1,0 ordinary difficulty.
Inventions and preparations for al eviittiun of pain
and the cure of disease wcto present In tho great
est possible variety, representing the skill and the
prnfoandest study of the a;e, and it may bo of vital
importance to you, personally, to know that the
highest and only mcda' given to rubber Porous-
plasters, was awarded to tho manufacturers of
BKSSUN'S CAPC1XK TOKOUS PLASTER, by
the following Jury:
Db. IVM, KOTU, Surgeon General, Prussian army.
J. a. THO.M PSON. A.M., M.D., WsshinRton, I. C.
C. B. WlllTK, M D , New Orleans.
ERNEST FLG1SC1I, X I),, Austria
The ductalon was afierwjrds conflrine.-l by tho
medlcul Jury at the Purls Kxpositlon. Kuowlng
the value of auca high und unbiased testimony.
tha medical profession, both In the Culled States
and in Euroue, quickly threw aside tho old, slow
acting plusters they had been using, and adopted
Beusou's in their regular practice. That physi
cians and surg ons of the broadest reputations did
this, distinctly proves the Intilnslc merit of tho
it is 110 more than just to add tnat the average
physician of to-day Is not do ninated by tho pre
judices wh'.ch retarded tho progreas and modified
the succosscs of his predecessors of not mora than
twontv-flve years ago. Ho accepts hints from all
quarters and endorses and adopts demonstrated
healing agents wherever he finds them.
Tho right of Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster to
stand at the bead of all external applications what
soever, for the mitigation or curo uf diseaso, is no
Let the purchaser, however, bo on his guard
against Imitations. Tho gemilno has the word
CAPClNKci-r In tho middle. -
Scahiiry & Johnson, Chemists, New York.
niuiaur vuiMuyiuuni aunnir pnn g ana nuni
mr. AddreBB J. C. ilc .'URDY, CUIchbo, III.
I liave a po.ltlve rnuoily f..r Uib alnivo OIi'M,; bv Its
thounanda of caa of the wurb kind and of long
ihiiiIiiik liave besn cured. Inilopd, soatmnir l niv fiiltn
m luellli a7, that I will wndTWO BOTn.KS f'KKK. W
p'thcr Willi mTAU'AIILH TKEATIHSon thli dUMUW.tO
Uijr Milbirvc. (iive Kanii-M and K O. a,lurim.
DO. T. A. BLOCLll, IMl-varlScNswTurk.
WK will par Ike sbn.. wwa.d Inr an, raw ot Urn Complaint'
liy.rn'r!., Sit:k Urtailacli., liil,illD, Cnn.liv.tln nrt'ttlv.n.u,
w. cannolcnra with Wml'i Val,, Llr.r lllla, wh.n Ih. rllrw
llun, ar. nrkll. compll.d wltb. Th.y nr. fur.ly vrlbl., and
o,tr Ml In ilva ullifactlon. 8irar Ciiaw.1. ltn Ik.hm, eon
Ulnliif 311 nils 15 c.ou, K.r ,al. I,y all dt-ictl.u. Urwara ol
OiunlfrMi, ami Imlwiloni. Tin j.'nuln. niamirrlnr..l only hy
JOHN C. WK.ST Oil., Illl A IM W. H!l.,n (., Uhicafu. .
trn trial pikn Mat liy mail (jr.,.l,ou rBli luta J t.otilanip.
Health is Wealth !
Dn E. C. Wkht's Nkhvic and Hbain TnKAT
mknt, a RimrnntMl siwcilio for Hysteria, Dizzi.
iiosh, Coiiviilnions, Vita, NurvoiiH NoiinilKia,
IIi'Hiliiolio, NorviiiiH PriiHtmllon rnuswl by thu nan
tifalcohnl nrtiiliacoo, Wukofulnnsa, Mental Do
linwHion, HoftuniiiB nf tho Brain nwultinn In in
wtiiity anil loiulintf to niiwiry, tleciiy ami death,
lYpinatura Old An, Hnrn'niuwa, U nf iwer
in Pitlwr ttox, Involuntnry Iissia uml Ht.H'rmrit
orrlid'a catiaoil hyovnr-oxortinn nf thobrmn.aitlf.
nlitiso or ovKr-tiidnliteiiU'i. Yju'h lioi ooiitnitia
n month. truiitiiieiiU a lMix.nr aix boxos
for f.MIO, mint bymuil pniiidnn roooipt of price,
WK 4al'AK. i r.K HIV MOXEM ,
To euro any ciw". With each nnlor rnooivwi byns
for xix. boiti's. aiiruiuiMinimt with t!A w will
send tliopurehiiserour writti-n mianuitoe to ro.
fund tho money If thu tmttimmtUovauotetlout
ouro. U uaruu I oo iwsuod on ly by
Druggist, Cor, t'oni.ni'rclul avo. A IHth st., Cairo.
psopleariialwai s on tho look
out for chances to Increase
tneir earnings, and In time
become wealthy: thoa. who
do tint Improve thslroppor-
amvul . I AAAiii
1 m0i'' j t'iTMETlT?.
" luuiiios remain in poverty,
wa offer great chance to make money. . We wast
man; men, woraiii, boys and girls to work lor n
right lu thulr own loralltios. Any one ran do the
work properly fr.mi tho fliat start. The business
will pay mere tli in ten times ordinary wages. Ex-
ficuslveonlnt furnished free. No one who engages
alia to make money rapidly. Yon can devote
your whole time to the work, or or.lv your spare
moment. Pull information and all that Is needed
sen free. Address 8TIN BUM A CO. Portland, lie.
A powerful prepaiutiou eoiu
Ipoaed mostly (i! Essential Oils
The most penetrating Liniment
Iknown. 80 cnncentratd tliata
Penetrata to th ver Bona.
It will not Soil Clothing,
Back, Cramps, Tooth Ache,
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uriuiuiy piu v ui tnu oj.w-ni,
Uin Stomach and Bowels,
, a M Mm
N KV AUYKltTISKMOTS.
THE UNION TRUST CO,,
Oil and til a Chestnut Street,
CAPITAL $1,(100.(101) ICHAKTKtt PERPETUAL.
Acts as Executor, Administrator, Assignee, Re- '
ceivcr, (inardian. Attorney, Agent, Trustee and
Uommttlce, alone or in connection with an Indi
Takes rharge of th" property of ahsontees and
non resldenis, collects and re mils Income prompt
ly, and discharges luithfully tbe duties of every fi
duciary trust an 1 agency known to tbe law.
Sales for Kent within Iturglarproof Vaults of tha
Wills kept in Kiroand llurglar-proof Safes with
out churgu. Plate, suriiriitea and all other val
uables sera rely kept at a moderate annual charge
for safe return or specillc indemnity.
Car Trusts and other af proved securities for sale.
Interest allowed on .Moneys deposited for de
finite periods, or upon tea days' notice.
W. O. PATTKhON, President
11 IESTKR CLYM ER, Vlco-l'resldont.
MA II LOIS H. STOKES, Treasurer.
KKANCIS BACON, Sec'y and Trust Officer.
W. C. PATTERSON, IION.T F. BAYARD,
JAMKH LONO, Wilmington, Del.;
ALFRED . OILLETT, D11. UKU W. REILY,
Hon. 4LLISON WlllTit, Ilatrlabiirg, I'a :
l)a. C P I'L'HN Elt, - Hon. J. b. AFRICA,
1. R. PATTER SO , Huntington, Pa ;
JOHN T. MONROE, Ho. H. Cl.YMEB.
JOS. 1. KHKKE, Ri-adlng, Pa.:
TUO. H. PATTON, HENRY 8. ECKERT,
W. J.NEAD, Keailine, Pa j
JA8.8. MARTIN. EDMl'NOS. DOTY,
Dr. D U AYES AON i:W, MHIlmgtown, Pa.:
U H. HOUSTON. , Uon.K. K. MllNAOHAN
JOI1 N U. KE.VD1NO, West Chester, Pa. ;
Phllndelpbl 1, Pa ; Okn. W. W. H. Davis,
Hoh.T. K KANDOLrn," Doylestown, Pa.;
Morrlstown, Pa.: C11AS. W. COOPER,
OEYMOl'H. HINT & CO..
O (Established lu 1 HTM. )
3 Exchange Court. N . Y. lit I sSalle 8t Chicago,
I1ANKEKS AND BROKERS.
Special facilities for the purchase aud sale of
KTOl'KS H0DS. UKAIX PROVISIONS.
Refer to Mechanics' National Bank, New York;
Fifth National Rank, Chicago, and Oerman security
Bank. Louisville, Ky.
J. M. Srtmoith. Member Now York Stock Exch,
J. A. Hunt, Member Chicago Board of Trade.
A. L. SlTHOCIt.
617 St. Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular OJrn.limf. f twe medlcat
Colleit.'s, has been longer euirageil In the treat
ment of f lirojiic, Nervous, Hkm nuil
XI 1 001 1 Diseases than anv otlu r jihyslelan III
St. Louis, aa city papers skew mill all obi resi
dents know. Coiisiillatlnn .. t ollleeor ky mall,
free ami Invited. A frlemllv talk or bis opinion
Costa nothing. When It Islneonreiileiil tovlslt
tbe clly .or trsntnieut, nieilli'lnet enn be sent
by mill I or express tivcrvwhere. C'lirnlile cases
I'liariiiitei'il : where doiibl exists 11 Is frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Dobility, Mental and
Physical Weaknosa, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities1 and Blood Poiaoning, Skin Affec-
tions, Old Sorei and Ulcers, Impedimenta to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attontion to cmes from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprndenoes, Exoesset,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a phylelnn paying
particular attention to ai'luos nfrast-s a mil us
great skill, and pbyslelaus In regular praetloo
all over tba enuntrv knowing tbU, frMiiently
reeoinuirnil eases to tile oldesl nlliee III Amerlra,
where every known appliance la resorted to.
aud the proved Knot! rtinlieia of all
ages and eoiintrlea are used. A whole hous Is
und fur oilier piiriioaes, anil all are treated with
skill In a ressetl'ul tnsniiei", and, kuowliig
what lo do. noexperlnieiii i are mail. On ac
count of the ureal number applying, the
charges are kept low, often lower than la
ditiuiinleil Ii V olliers If vou seeuri, the nkl'l
and get a speedy and is rlei-t Hli cure, that la
tbe liuioriant matter. l'niublet, ) pagek,
Kill to any address fee,).
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Flrgnnt cloth and gilt binding, Suited for 50
reins in iKMinge or riirreni y. liver nny won'
ter fill pen plelures, true to IIP' , articles
following suldeets. ho may marry
per au-i to nuii-rv. vt 10 marrv nrsu
MsnnMiii, vt iiiiiniiiiiHiii. rnvxii'ai neeay, vt no
should inari y. Uo' I Ife ami happiness may be
liiereased. Tlinni murried or eoiilempln'tlnii
1 luarrvliiir should read II. It ouuht lone read
1 iy all ml 11 1 1 liei smis, then kept under bs-k and
kev. Popular edition, same as alsivs, but paar
nsyer aud KUU piigirs, Si ceuta by until, lu money
JOHNSON'S ANOOVNI LINIMINT wal
positively prevent this terrible disease, and wiU post.
MVeiTeurentne eases on 01 w-h. uiuriiwirn j
will save many lives, sent rree by mall, boat delay a
mnmena, I'n'rentlwi la IsM ler than cure. 1. B. JOHN-
ON A CO., noHT.M,
MASH.. formtirlT RaiffHitL l
VPAMUNII, I'l'MOATTTB lll-L nwk UW lioh bltMMsV
ltle is sweeping by, go
dare belorv yeudto, soma
mignty ana ennuiue
week In tour own town.
Five Dollar oulnt free. Na
risk, Bverythlng new. Capital not required. We
will furnish yoo everything. Many are making
fortunes. Ladles make ae niooh as men, and boyi
and girls make great pay Header, If you want
business at which you ca make great pay all la
Ume. write for per tic aUn toll. HALLriT e CO,
Portlaad, Malae. .,