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TUB DAILY , CAIRO BlJUJiTlN; .TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1883.
sympathize wmgni the hope oy
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Sore Care far all FEMALK WEAK.
NKHHIiH, Including Leucorrboa, Ira
regular and Painful Meusiroailon,
Inflammation and llceralian of
the Wemb. Flooding, FRO
LAP8TH ITKHI, Ac.
nrrhsannt to the U"te, enVacloui and lrameflat
In Ita effect, It U a trent help ft pregnancy, and r
Uteres pain daring labor Mid at regular psrioda,
rnvsuuss us it tAvrntMuiiii it nuui.
t"fPo A IX WnimsisM of th generative organs
of either ki, It U aeennd to no rcmnly thutsha evei
been before the public t ana for all ii'in of th
KkjXITI It la tl. OrmUtl kimtdt Ot Vu World.
19TK I UN F.Y COlir MDiTH af Either Be
Find (.real Belief la Its
tTDIl F.. PIKIIAMMi 1IUKID riHir.TR
will eradieale itviry vistthre of Hue! fnm the
Blood, at the Him time will gtvp lm and .1 reman to
tue ayttuin, Aa namllui In rtaaiiu It Compound.
tyBotli the Compound and Blood rnrtflcr are pre
pared at M and Xli Western Avenue, Lynn, Haas.
Price of either, tl. 8lx bottles forSA The Compound
b anot by mull In the form of pills, or of loungm, 00
receipt of price, l per bui for either, Hrs. Itukham
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Enclose t cent
stamp. Bond for pamphlet. XntUm 0u Paper.
tCl.rT.iA B. PrrcnAWa 1.irml'njj rut Contlje
tluu. ltdjouanessaud Iorpnlliy of Ui Liver. It cuil
ae-Sold by ail I)ruBl.t.-
Invalid ho are recovering vital stamina, declare
in grateful terms their apiiMcistmn of the merits
as a tonic, of HufiMiVtr a Stomach Bitters. Not
oulydort It 1 in t'urt strength to the weak, hut It
also corrects an Irregular arid Mate of the stomach,
makei the liuwt-la a :t at Proper IhtervaU, (lv
ease to tho-e who iJTt from rheainalic and kid
t,ev trouhlvit, and con'iuerit aa well ai prevuuta
frer and aiue.
For rale by ail I ru l-1 and Dealer eunurally.
Hop Bitters are the Forest aud Kent
Bitters ever Male.
They ar cotn mnlfl fmtn II ps. Malt,
Bucliu, .Mmidrakc ami D.imlt'loin thenM
tit, l)fi-t, ami uiost vulU'ililu uiu'liciuLd
ia the worliliiii'l cimiain all thu litnt and
most curative properties of all other rem
edies, being thu k'reMust lilood l'urifler,
Liver lteuUtr, Hod Life and Health H;
storing Ayent on earth. No disease or ill
health can possibly long exist where these
Bitters are used, so varied ami pertect are
They pve new life and vigor to theitged
and inilrui. To ' all whose employments
cause irregularity of tho bowels or urinary
organs, or require an apeti.er, Toi'ic and
mil J Htimuliint Hop Bitters arc invaluable,
beinj highly curative, tonic und stimula
ting, without intoxicating.
2ia matter what your feelings or symp
toms are, what the disease or ailment is
use Hop Bitters. IX n't wait until you
are Bick, but if you only feel bad
or miserable, use Hop Bitteis at
once. It may save your life.
Hundreds have been saved by ho (lung,
f 500 will be paid for a case they will not
cure or help.
Do not suitor or let your friends puffer,
but uso and urge them to use Hop Bitters.
Remember Hop Bitters is no vi'.elrugged
drunken nostrum, but thu Purtst nnd
Best Medicine ever made; tho "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should be without them. Try the Bitters
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE
cf frba present generation, it is for the
tauro of 'tfcfs 3is6ae ah3 Its attendants)
f EPSlAj CONSTlPiliO paEVtOjtha
rffTt'P PtllSTBava gained a woflcKyHcTe
farutlon.no RemedyBs verb9
HlRnstive omana, rIvIck them viuor to as-
Sftnllato foodj A a ft natural ronnlt, tho
Kervdua'Bygte'in 'iOraoecrj "trTeMuaolei
MeevolopectTand the Body Hobuat.
Olillloa And IPo-vror.
B. RIVAL, a Planter at Bayou Born,, La., any e t
fcty plantation la In a malarial dlatrlot. For
aaveral years I could not make half a orop cm
aooount of blllouit dlaoaaea nnd ohllle. I waa
nearly dlaoouraaed when I boenn the nae of
TUTT'B P1I.L8. Tha reaiilt vaa iriarveloun:
iy laborers aoon bttoame hrty and robust,
and I have bad no furtber trouble.
Thfv rollfwr (ha rnaonrtMl f ,1 rr. lrana
hi lilood front ptilaonaus liumora. an
rauaa the bowels lo art ualuruU, wllta
Trv t hla rt-liirtlv fairly, and jiw will aaln
ahv'althy IMireatloii, Vlrni H.mv, Ptiro
lllood. Nlron Nmrl, and nMoiintl Mver.
Priw.Wnia. out. a Murray at.. W. V.
Tl'TT'S II AIR DYE.
Hi. auk lie a alneln aim Cutliin of thlB I)VM. It
luiniirta a'niitiiriiToolur.ttiul neut liiitttttiUineoimiy.
Hiilil hv imnt(!lw, or sum uy exprena vu .,m,.
fir rim. ftnllur.
Offloe, en Murray Street, Naw York.
IiiarsMflsN sad f7aaMI )(
mm naifa rail mn MWMaiflsa,
THE CAIRO , BULLETIN.
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
'J erma ot Hubtoription.
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,l'y,'" montl . 1 00
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IXVAHIABLT IM ADVANCB.
All Communications ahonld be addressed t(H
K. A. BURNETT.
Publisher and Pronrtetor.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
W. F. uaMiiuin, rtvtr editor of i'ai Huu.iti
and steamboat paeni?er ageht. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Rower's European Hotel. No. 7 Ohio levee.
STAOES 0 TUB R1VKH.
The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this port, 3'J feet 7 inches and rail
Cincinnati, March 12 -0 p. m. River 21
feet 9 inches and falling.'
; I'jttsbuigh, MarchlS Oj).m Hivei 6 feet
3 inches and falling.
Louisville, March 120 p. ra. River 9
feet 10 inches and rising.
Nashville, M;rch 12-0 p.m. River 14
feet 0 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, Mrcb 12-0 p. in. River
8 feet C inches and fulling.
St. Louis, March 12 -C p. m. River 22
feet 2 inches and falling.
The R. S. Rhea, from Nashville, arrived
yesterday morning at 7 o'clock. She had
the banner trip out of the Cumberland for
the season. She was fl it in the water, and
a cabin full of people, discharged 150 tons
of pig iron and 50 tons of boiler iron, 12
hoghheads of tobacco; left hero on her re
turn trip at 0:30 p. m.
"The Gu Fowler will report here this 2
p. m. from Paducah, and leave here on her
return trip at 3 p. in. She connects with
the trains here going north, south, eat and
The Henry A. Tyler leaves here this
morning at 10 o'clock prompt tor New
The John A. S:uddnr, from St. Louis,
arrived here last night and leaves this
morning with a big trip for New Orleans.
The Vint Shinkle arrived here at 11 a
m. yc-bterdsy; she hal a .fair trip; left for
Cincinnati at 11 ;30 a. m.
The Jan. W. Giffptsed down Sunday
for Memphis with a tine trip.
The Andy Bautu is the -next packet due
from Cincinnati for Memphis, and to-mor
row morning she will report here.
The Will S. Hays collapsed a flue last
Saturday just before her time for depart
ure. She laid over unt:l Sunday evening,
when tho damage was repaired, and left at
5 p. m. for Cincinnati.
The R. R. Springer and Mary Houston
are both out from New Orleans oo their
route to Cincinnati. The Ileuston will
reach here some time to-morrow night.
The Carrier has beea leaving St. Liuls
for more than a week, and now she is ad
vertised to leave this evening. If she don't
leave soon she is liable to get left.
The Ella Kimbrough leaves bt. Louis
thisevening for Cairo, and will arrive here
Wednesday night, leaving on her return
trip Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.
The Golden Crowu, from Cincimati, ar
rived hero last uinht with a big trip for
New Orleans. She leaves here this morn
ing for the great southern metropolis.
Tho W. H. Cherry, from Nashville, is
due hero to-morrow morning, and leaves
here on her return trip at noon same day
The fine steamer City of Cairo arrived
here last evening from Vicksburg. ghe
discharged some treight and received 200
tons of iron for St. Louis; departed at 0
Tho Wyoming, from New Orleans,
passed up yesterday morning at 5 o'clock.
She had a good trip for Cincinnati.
Yesterday was a lovely day, and a gen
tle reminder f spring. Business on the
wharf good, and the streets well patron
ized by handsome ladies.
An Extraordinary Case.
Austin, Texaa. Feb. !Wth, 1880.
To Yr. J. V. (Iraham, DrtiRgtpt:
Dear Htr My cane w an acute form of brotith
Itlo, and was of one and a half year's duration. I
employed tho bent medical aid nooMlblo, lint fulled
rapidly tin II the (lector naid I would dlo that
my caxo was Incurable. Thrown upon my own ro
oiircuK. I u'nt ahottlu of Dr. Wni. Hall s Ualtnm
for the Lunun, and In six hours felt a decided relief.
In throe days tho couch almost disappeared. Now
that try chuiicus of life are good for many years, I
earnestly rernirni'ind tho abovo to every sufferer of
luiiK or t brunt disease. C. O. LATHRoP.
OAK B KM PAIN PANACEA cnruspaln In Mdn
nd Uoaat, For use externally and Internally.
Of tho fifty-four pciNon.s who were
kilh'd by tho rooent fulling of a hugo
chiiiiiu'y at Bradford, Eng., twenty-six
lind their skulls fractured. Several curi
ous incidents aro told about tho surviv
ors. A girl of 13, who was taken to s
hospital, when asked her nimie, replied,
"Vivo minutes jmst eight" (the time of
tfio neeident). Two hours litter, in ro
spon.so to the sumo tpiestion, she mild, ;
"Two pence thveo farthings," and again '
rm hour afterward. "Forty-live." A
few minutes later she was able to give j
hor real niimn, and after that rapidly '
Improved. A boy tmft"orinr from con-1
cushion of the brain remnlnea motionless ;
In a ctirled-up position for thirty-six
hours, lie llimlly beeamo conscious and
In all rcscpects entirely sensiblo except
that ho had no recollection of tho acci
dent or even of tho events which Imme
diately preeeded it. Ho know where he
i lived and wlnn'P ho worked, but did not
remember going to work that mora
Asiiiil'Umiam, Mass., Jan. 14, 1880.
I have been very sick over two years.
They all gave me up as past cure. I tried
tho most skillful physicians, but they did
notruich tha worst part, iho lungs ana
enrt would till up every night and distress
me, end my throat was very bad. I told
my children I never should die in peace
until I bad tried Hop Bitters. I have taken
two bottles. They have helped me very
much indeed, I am now well. There was
a lot of sick folks here w ho have seen how
they helped me, and they used them and
are cured, and feel as thankful as I do that
there is so valuable a medicine made.
Mhs. Julia G. CcsniNO.
Percival Brewer. Rossvillo. Warren Co.,
III., savs: "Brown's Iron Bitters always
'Lydia . Pinkbam, whose benevolent
co is shadowed in almost every paper we
pick up, appears to have discovered what
Addison calls "The grand elixir, to support
the spirits of human nature." It is quite
evident that she has the patent and has se
cured the contract for making over and im
proving the invalid corps ot American
("Diamond Dyes are so perfect and so
beautiful that it is a pleasure to use them.
Equally gocd for daik or light colors. 10
Will you Couh when Sbiloh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
ami f 1. (11)
New Jersey Port Wiiie The Bent.
Dr. E. II. Janes a uoted physician ot the
New Yoik Board of Health says:
I take great pleasure in testifying my ap
probation of tbe superior qualities ot the
Port Wine produced by Mr. A. ppcer, ol
Passaic, New Jersey. I Live beeu 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 those
who require vinous stimulation and uivig-
I shall continue to employ it in my prac
tice in all cases where a pure article ot wine
is called for the sick; and thall do all in
my power to foster and encourage its pro
duction. For sale by Paul G. Schuh.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at niyht and broken
of your rest by a sick child buffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth ? If so,
6cnd at once and get a bottle ol Mrs. ins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve tho poor little eufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and buw
elu, cures wind colic, softens the gums, ic
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Sirs. Wins
low's Soothing Syiup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescnp
tion of one of the oldest and bet-t female
physicians and nurses in the United State?,
and is for sale' by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis 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
fir est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Ivausas. Colorado, New Jlexico and tai
if"rnia nnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train fur California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
sceneiy, 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. Kisnan, F. Chaxm.ek,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Faumkiis and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which f 5 to
$30 a day can be earned, send addrca at
once, on postal, U H. C Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
For6even years Allen's Brain Food has
stood the strongest tcsrg 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. f 1 ; 0 for f 5. At drug
R'Kts. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Du. Klikk's Gubat Nerve Restoueh is
the marvel of the ago for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 081 Arch
street. Thiladelnia. Pa.
PR; K LINK'S GREAT
I Nerve Restorer
' far nil Huaik ikdNkS
IDisanrs. OstYntHRei'i.r nR NrBvsArrsu
rioas.FiTS.Krti.ii'HT.atoJM'AU.IUI.EIftsli.n IMdlrsnUd. AntMinftrr tmlitau'tv. Tr.stlxi
12 trial bottte (roe toVit Caes,tliey paylut rirrwi
ablrram bfil.whan raflSlvMl. Hand uamal.P.O.aod
Uaiprrasaildraner afflicted to D KI.1NK.W1 Arck
St..yhllita..r" SnOntquL Hnnm9fYamU
tNJEOXION, la a positive, cure for all Dlseharirss.
BUnirln, Smartlne; and Painful Bensntlons of tha
OOBTITA T3V TJAeOAfttfC
IS I O O r bottle, Vor sale by all dm.
w w .liti r t by jcxpress on re-
cel or orloe, JOHN D. PAKK aowa.
OHIO fUaaa naaaUoa toll panar.
A New and uompiote Hotel, fronting on lsvet
oeconu ana nauroaa streets,
The Pasienser Di-nnt itt tha f'Mr.i.n Rl I nula
and .tew Orleans: Illinois Central: Wabash. Ht.
Louis and I'aclllc; lion Monnialu and Southern,
Mobile and Obio: I'alr.i and Ht. l.nma ItHiiwaua
are all Just across the street! while the Hteaniboat
LauaniK is not one square distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator. Klertrir Call Hells
Automatic Fire-Alarms, Baths, absolutely pure sir,
ptne.v sewerage ana tompiuie appointments.
Snperh runimhluKs; perfect service: anil an nn
I P. PAHKKIt Ar (H)..1.aatWM
AND LACK VITAL ENERCYV
The Howard Oalvanlo Shield and our other Klortro
Galranle and MFUinetie Applls-s and OarmMntTare
a .ure eare lur Nervons blllfr, 1'araly.ls, Kpllepny:
Ut Knew, Waak Bck. Kidney, Llwr. and HUimaeb
fVinpl.lnu, and are addled to EITHER SEX. ThsiS
, i - ' , " '.'i iiapniTea, ana entira y
Z j V " wiiaooi Hoini, ctiQgao
- ...... ---.luwiifl w wBHnr, mwer 1. reffniA-
iJ? " d"rrr0' o' all dlssaass h.r!
uu .ntitvnieoi is 01 oeoeni. i noee for
HltJ!.n, Ph th" 01 disease, aa thslr action la
dmlnsd from tha aratam h ...... . iJ,.l7.L . "TT
LoL:.. a 0 ? ovsrooiwt the weaknna
without dranjlnn the stomach. Thsy will core evsrv
Daanf t?IHl dwner.tir and w.
?,nl'.'.rnl"h fn." o emphatleandabaoluts
L? V'',PPorrclalma Our Illustrated Pamphlet
sent Free or In sealed envelope for So postage
CeMalUUca I AMIRICAN GALVANIC CO.
rm Inritci f 3 1 2 W. eth St.. St. Louli. Mo
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tlu? Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY,
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEU & CO..
Oor. Nineteenth street I Po.r 111
Commercial Avenne f AlllV, 111,
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo Packet.
The elegant and palatial steamer
B. S. EHEA,
J. 8. TY'KR... .Mastor
BILLY HOUSTON Clerk
Leaves Cairo every Monday at 4 p. m. for Nash
ville. Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mall
W. If. CHERRY,
PINK DUES- Master
JOLLY HAliD : Clerk.
Leaves this port every Wednesday at 4 p.m. for
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Iro.
ICF BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WBL
PACSED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Speoialtv.
Cor.Twelfth Street and Levee,
BEFORE AND AFTER
ElMtrlc Apnllanoaj art isnt on 30 Oayi Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YQUNO OR OLD,
TTWO are stiiTsrina from Siavoes Disilitv, 1
f V Lost VrrauTV, or Naavg roam tsn '
viooa, wastisii WaAKsassas.andall thore dlncania .
of a I'aaaoHAL Narva rulthur (runt Aaiista and i
Othsb C'Atiata. NpiHnly roltnf and eompleU restu. I
ration of lteirn,vioos and HANNnoDUeAausTaia, ,
Thearandestdlsoorery of the Nlnstetmin ivntury. 1
Beattat onoefor Illumratud faoiyhlut fraa. Addnas '
VILTAI1 11LT II., BUIHAll, HH.
y O T I C ES!
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
You find at
F. W. ROSENTHAL,
i 10 & 412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
rr.w DKors applied to tho surtaoo
uiu onurav iiigianiif nabicia
i1l.nAlft. th. Q 1. 1 l.n... A
wn.u, i icuvr in.i.i rutiuio ciHXba oi any KIIIU. ll
m;t,i,iiiriiin unreor ttnonmatium, aprttlna. Bwlmi
Stilt' Joints. NenrahriA. Lama
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limbs or lu any part (( the .system.
aim is eii;my emciwiotn mr all pains
icijuumij a I'tiwemu uiiiumvu stiiiiuiaui. eec mprreii s Aiiminar
Ask your DniKKlst for It. Price 60 cU
Prepared only t.y JACOB S. MERRELL,
WholeaalB DniagtHt, 8T.
NKW ADYE RTISEM KNTS.
THAT SETTLES IT.
Brought into Cumpi'tition with the
World, the Bext Carries off
At tn groat Centennial Exhibition of lSTti, tho
Icmllui! prnlucts of all the branches of the World's
Industry were assemble! at Philadelphia. To
carry oil a priao In tho fa:u of that tremendous
competition was a task of 1,0 onlluarv difficulty.
luventiiiiiH and preparations for ul tviittion of pain
and tho cure of disease were present I11 tile trcat-
est possible variety, representing the skill and tho
profonudest study of the ao, and It may be of vital
importance to you, personally, to know that tho
hluliest and only tnetU niven to rubber I'orons-
plasters, was awardsd to the ninn 11 fac Hirers of
HENSON'S CAPC1NK I'OKOUh I'LA j'l'EK, by
the following Jury:
Hit. IV.M. ROTH, Surgeon Oineral, Prussian army.
J.R. THOMPSON, A.M..M.1) , Washington, D.C.
C. B. Will I K, M I)., New Orleans.
ERNEST FLEISCH. VJ D., Austria
The dec'slon was aftcrw.trds confirmed by the
medical jury at thu Purls Exposition. Knowing
tho valrtu of such hluh nnd unbiased testimony,
the medical profession, both In the United Stales
and In Europe, quickly threw aside the old, slow
aetlngplaeters they had been using, and adopted
Benson's in their regular practice. That physi
cians and aurg. nus of the broadest reputations did
this, distinctly proves the Intilnslc mtrlt of tho
It Is no more than just to add that thu average
physician of to day Is not dominated by tho pre
judices wh'.ch retarded the progress and modifled
the successes of his predecessors of not more than
twontyUve years ago. Ilo accepts hints from all
quarters and endorse ar.d adopts demonstrated
healing agents wherever he finds them.
Tho right of Benson's Capclue I'orouB Plaster to
stand at the head of all external applications what
soever, for the mitigation or enro of disease, is no
Let tho purchaser, however, be on his guard
agnlust imitations. The genuine has tho word
CAPCINEi t Tlntho mlddlo.
tSeabury Ik Johnson, Chemists. New York.
i'd Teacliers! .
Steady employment during spring and ruiu-
nuiirese 0 , t.;. inci uui) X, Chicago, III.
I tlHV tHiMltlvU riTUL'dV f.rr Ui tllii.vn alla.iMAt hv list
WE will niv Ihs atw.a f.warrt tor any rwf t.lvr Comptalnl'
PylpapilA, Sl k HeailMlia, ln.lurllD, Cnnitlllon r Co.tt.ttn.ti,
we cautt,.! rura ttlili Wol't Y.urnM. Lit.r I'Hla, licn Hi. lltM
Honiara ilrlctlv t.inipll.J wlilu Th.y ar rwvly v.n.tnlilr, ami
n.vntall lo lv tallifwtlon, Rnnr t'tnusd. lurst Ikhh, ion.
UHlllnir W pllms fi'tllt, Far ml. tiy ill .IrepKl.ti. Hwr of
cnunli'iMli and Imluil.im. Tin (Minim nioufcliir.,l only ht
JOHN O, WFT A CO., IH A M W. Ulwa tl, Chkat
llWlrlal n kan taul t.y mall irv.JuUt..aUUftliilllllawll.
Health is Wealth !
Hit K. V, Wiwr's Nicnvr. and Rn.uN Tiif.at
MRNT, a Kiiurniitot.il M'eoillo for llysterin, Dizzi.
ttosH, Convulsions., Kits, Niinrtitm Ncunilvia,
lli'iulneho, Nervous Prostration enuseil by tho uso
otaloolml orU'lmeeci, Wakofuliiosa, iMentnl Do
liriwHion, HoftoniiiK of tlio Urn i n rosulting in in
sanity nnil ihIiiik lo luisory, iliruy itml ileoth,
I'ronmluro Olil Aun, Itnnoiiiiess, Lush of power
In oi tiler ex. Involuntary I hisses mill Hs'inmt
iirrhtvaemisiKl hyoviT-oxortimt of tlitibrnin.wdf
nbusoor nvor-iniliiliroiivo. Kneh box ootilitina
onn month's tittnttiieiit.. fl.tttin box, or six Imxes
lor $.1.1)0, hottt bynmil pri'piodon rwoiptof pnoo,
XK l AU.W TKK MIX HOXKM
To euro any ensn. With eiieh order ruceivod by its
for Nix boxes. neeiuiii(iiiieil with ttWO, wo will
i'iitltlioiti!liusi'rtiiir wrilteii iiiimntoo to re
f mill tha monoy if (lio trivilinonl.tlooeuottflloct
tt cure, liiiiiiui.ten imiued unly by
1IAKJIY W. SOIIU1I,
Druggist, Cor. Coinniiirr.liil live, A IHlh st Cairo.
flT'f YM T
- iK ople an1 atwat s on the look
Wl V" 11 lout fur chances to lucrea.o
I 4VA I4! tlll'ir IIAln tlwra ami l IIm.
TT JL k) A J';e,'l"ifl wealthy ; those who
ilo not Improve their oppor.
' ' ' ,' timlllos remain In poverty.
We offer a great chanra to mnku uionoy. W11 want
mam men, woinm, boys and girls to work lor na
rlghllnihulrownlocallUoa. Any one ran do tin
work properly fr m iho tlrst start. The business
will pay mero thin ton times ordinary wages. Kx
nntialvuoutni furnished freu. No omi who engages
lat.s to make money rapidly. Yon can devote
your whole tltno to the .work, or only your spars
momenta, Full Information and all thai Is needed
sent free. Address ST1N SON A CU. Portland, Ms.
""vrl . I tUtAUA
A liowerful iiniiiLr:Llii,ii fum.
posed mostly ot Essential Oils
The most penetrating Liniment
cvnwnii. civiuuiitciiirULeu IUULH
will Penetrate to the very Bona,
r-AIN' It will not Boll Clothinir.
1.1,. rw . . , . . ,
Back. Cramna. Tnnlh.Aolia.
in Uia Stomach and Bowels,
NKW AUVKKTISK.M KNTS.
THE UNION TRUST CO,,
11 and 613 Chestnut Mreet,
CAPITAL 1,000,1100 I CllAKTKK PERPETUAL.
Acts as Executor, Administrator, Assignee, Re
ceiver, (inardian, Atvirney, Agent, Trustee and
Committee, alone or in connection with an Indi
Takescharge of th'1 pnperty of abionteea and
non roslden s, collects aud remits income prompt
ly, and discharge faithfully tho duties of every fi
duciary trust an1 agency known to the law.
Scales for Kent wiltiln Hnrglar-jirof Vaults Of the
most appiovedcir nructinu.
Wills kept In l ire and Ilurg'ar-proof Safes with
ont chnro. I'lato, seruniles anil all other val
uables socurcly kept at a moderate annual charge
for safe return or specific Indemnity.
Csr Triistssiiil Dthor a-provid set.urltles for sale.
Interest allowed ou .Moneys deposited for de
finite periods, or tipnn ten duys' notice.
W. C. PATTERSON, President
II lHSTKR CLY.Yl Eli, Vice-President.
MARLON S. STOKES, Treasurer.
FRANCIS BACON, Sec'y and Trust Officer.
W. C. PATTERSON, 1ION.T F. BAYARD,
JAMKtt LONG. WilminL'tnn. Iel.!
ALFRKI) H. (HLLETT, l)u. OKO W. HEILY,
HON.A1.L1SD.N vviirrtt, llurrlsbiirg, I'a :
I)B. O P. IURNEH, Hon. J. B. AFRICA,
D. R. I'ATTKRSU 1, lluntirg'on, Vs.;
.IOUN T. MONiiOE. Ron. II. I'LYMER,
JOH. 1. KEKFE, Reading, Pa :
TIIOS. K. I'ATTON , IIKNKY 8 KCKERT,
W. J.NEAD, Reading, Pa ;
JAS. S.MARTIN, EDMUNDS. DOTY,
1)K. D H AYKS AtlNEW, Millltngtown, Pa.:
11. H. llOl'nTON. Uon.R. K. MONAI1IIAN
JOHN tl, KK. DlNO, Westchester, Pa.;
Plitlad. lpMi. Pa ; Okn. W. W. U. Davis,
IIoh.T. F RANDOLPH,- Doylostown, Pa.;
Morrlstnwn, Pa.: CHA's. W. COOl'KR,
ceymoi'b. firvr .t co.,
" (Established In llT;i.)
3 Exchange Court. N . Y. lit l.aSnlle St., Chicago,
HANKEitS AND BROKKKS.
Special lacillies for the purchase aud sale of
STOCKS. rlOMS. OIUI.N PROVISIONS.
Refer to Mechanics' National Bank, New York;
Fifth National Bank, Chicago, and Owrman Security
Bank. Louisville, Ky.
J. M. Bet hour. Member New York Stock Exch.
J. A. Hunt. Member Chicago Board of Trade.
A. L. SIVMOI K.
Will TT IE!?
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. regular Orsduats nt two niedlrnt
colleges, hits been louui-r eiigagt-d In the treat
ment of t 'hroulo, Norvona, Hlcln nn.l
Ulonil Diseases than any othi-r ph vslelun lu
ht. Louts, as city ini,-rs skew nml all old resi
dents know. Cunsiiitutl.m t utiles or a niall.
free and Invited. A rVirudlv talk or his opinion
costs nothlUK. When It IsliiPunveuliMit tovislt
the elty .or treatment, medli'lne. can bp sen
by mall or express i-verv b,.re. Ciinilile eat
(riinniuteeil; where doulil exists It It frankly
Hated. Call or Write. '
Worvoua Prostration, Dohilit.y, Mental anil
Physical Weakness, Murcuriul and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage. Rhoumatlsm, Pilo Speoial
attention to ctvses from ovor-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES, receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exoessna.
Indulgoncos or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to a class ot rases attaliiM
great skill, and physician In reuular priiclleu
nil over tho country knowing this, iVccpiently
recommend ca-ieHtolhe nhleM olllee lu America,
where every known applliinrti Is resorted to,
and the provoil itoihI rt'inwlit of all
nues and countries are used, A whole house It
usi'd foronVe purisie, nnd nil nretrrnled ltd
skill lu a respeetlul milliner: and, knowing
what to do. no experiments are made, Ouae
count of tbo irrent lilini'ier iiiplyltit, tho
charm's are kept low. niteii lowir than H
(Iniiainled hv nltier If voti si'etire the skl'l
ami get a speedy and perfect Into cure, that U
the linui'Uiil matter. l'uiiiililit, ikl pages,
sent to any address I'rer. .
plates. 1 MARRIAGE GUIDE, i pages.
Elegant cloth and rilt binding. HrnledforSd
rents In mi-i.h;i' or eiirreney. 1 iver llfty won
terfiil pen plelnres, truelo lile articles on tho
lolliinlnir miiI 1 h , VVIiouiity marry, who not;
Rhyl1 Proper hl'h to ninrrr. Who marry flrst.
Jlalihiui'l, ' iii 11 11 li I. Phvs'leiit decay. Who
should man v. Uw lite nnd liupplness may ho
Inereascd. i Im-e inan led or i ontenitilatlliif
lonrrylng should read It. It might tow read
ny all adult persons, th' u ketd under l'k ami
kt'V. Popular edit Ion. s ime lis above, but pl r
rover and iwo pages, Si ceioA liv inuil, lu money
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMINT wiu
poattlvHypreTwit thli torrtlJcllacase, and will posi
tively eure nine tvum nut of ten. Infornuitlen that
will sure many lives, sent fn I'J nuUI. Pmi't delay a
moment, pren ntlon is la'itertlianciire. 1. ajoilN
HON A TO., PONTON, MAMH., formerlv Rakoob, Mtt.
larrAjwosa' ITMdinvi iium make new rich blowi.
lxiriinot, life is swrenini by. so
J'wif I land dare beloro yea die, some
il I thing mighty anil snbllmo
fimawerk lu your own town.
FIvh Dollar out lit lre. No
risk. Everything new. Capital not required. We
will furnish yon everything. Many are uiaklnir
tortunea. Ladles malts aa much as num. anil boys
and girts make great pay Readur, If yon want
business at which von can make great pay all tha
tlmo, writ for particulars toll. lULLE'lT Cl.
Vortiaad, lUtns. ,