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THE DAILY CAIRO, BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNINi4, MARCH 14, 1883.
THE GREAT GERMAN
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All Communications should be addressed u)
B. A. BURNETT,
Publisher and Fronrletor.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Actrcs3"8 and Flowers.
I was roiiip'll!il to tho consideration
of this suliji'rt, nyn a contributor to the
New York Mirror, y Severn I occurri'ii
vt H during the week, ono of them an
immense tlorul display nt a certain thea
ter. iw, howtiM-ver an netresH mav
coiiuterfeit the varied passion of her
rule, Khe tails Mniillv to express I
lighted a-tonlslinit-nt heforo the tturtaiu
when the ulier and tiie leader hoist up
norai irirmiw. nne may nave depleted
rare, jealousy, love, tun) consternation
during the. evening to the ajtpr'iliation
of the house; but when nlie rdrikij the
mirprise party business beforn an ad
vanein column of flower, she pocs all
to pieces. And vet tliPV will do it. The
devoted Ii'IihIxmI (they all have a il
voted lehaliod) tells her in the afternoon
what lie has ordered. She knows to a
oii;:tiieii roscoiio jusi wiial siie h sroiii"
to jrei, ami yei Mie Miiniuaies a little
Mint of surprise. She makes round
eves of astonishment at its uppiviach
She makes her mouth p, ns if in doubt:
"hornier and then she wirjjles a lit
tle to express How good!" and smiles
a little timid "How kind!" and buries
her noso in the biest rose, as wlv
would say: "You overpower lue!-'
Now, wlio is caught by that nonsense?
Why, Adelaide Neilson used to order
her own flowers hv the fcl'K) wurth.
She has stoppod at the florist's at 7
o'clock, tin rout! to the theater, had two
up and two down with the exorbitant
gardener atmiit an immenso ship of
Mowers, made him tick in a uozon moro
canudlias and 1 i rlit tbo whole tiling up
with his lx'.t cornelia cork and two
hours thereafter she satik back against
the proscenium perfectly thunderstruck
at its appearance as it sailed over the
footlights "so unexpected," you know.
Henrv AmIm'v is a htanch Delipver m
flowers. His Mars can pi to the box
otlii-c and see em iK-torc lie nends em
in, and .so regulate tneir display ot as
tonishment. It's best to Imj HC)uainted
with Die resources of the estaolisliiuent.
lest one shows too much delight over a
horseOio' when there's an omnibus nnd
a Cunard steamer coming down th
aisle lichiiid it.
Our Oornnion Dangers.
The advance of civilization has done
nincli to pndonsr the average duration
of human life. Hetter food, better
houses, a creater regard for the laws of
. health atnl jrreater security njiahist vio
lence of anv sort have made life more
comfortable and reduced the danger of
an earlv death, tint there is stich a
liln.r tid (Tiiimr tiui f'ir Mnnv new in.
volitions anf improvements are poni
tivelv danirerous to human life. Our
Ntrvots have become unsafe for ftKit pas
sengers and vehicles. The air above
them is tilled with a network ot wires
carry inn electric currents of deadly pow
er. If they chould break and fall in the
street, as miht easily happen at a lire,
by a load of ice or oilier cause, it miht
bo instant death for a man to touch
thorn. If a stream from a tire cnirine
should play aam-t two broken ends ot
the wire the electricity would follow the
stream of water and kill the tuvnieii.
Aain, the wires art' so numerous in
many localities that it would be almost
iniposMble to raise ladders for the res.
cue of people cut otV by the llanies,
This is the daiureroverhcnd. There are
other dangers Ullderf'Sit. A few feet
underground are pijM'S charged along
their whole length with steam at a
pressure which only a Isdlcr is titled to
withstand. The result is that these
pipes burst and create havoc by an ir
ruption of the street. This has already
happened several times. Ajrain, the
eras pipes leak, so that the ground bo.
11 I ...I.I. 'll ! . .1
cames saiuraien wmi it""- i"1 col
lects in the manholes of tin steam com-
tianiesand explodes with terrilic vlo-
ienoe when a spark reaches it. This
hamtcned twice last week. More com
mon dangers are the ditllcult. v of cross
ing streets through n jam of vehicles,
the slip'iierytiess of coal hole covers and
the explosion of boilers under sidewalk.
We are gelling civilized out of evlsteuoe.
The Ilritish Cabinet, ns nt present
made up, consists of 1 1 members. 7 of
whom are peers, and 7 commoners.
The average age is ."", Mr. (iladstone's
nire being 7S, V.url Stdborne'n 71, and
Karl (irauville's OS. None of the other
members has passed 60. Some of the
salaries are as follows! Mr. Gladstone,
.".(KH): Mr. C'hilders, i.tXH); Sir W.
Hareourt. i'o.lHKI: Lord Hartlngtun,
I'.viMHi! Mr. Chamberlain. 'J.(HM1: Karl
Selbot ne, ilD.lXH); Earl Spencer, (Urd
Lieutenant of Ireland). :'((HH); (i. O.
Trevtdyan, 4,124. Along with theso
ligures are given tho landed possessions
and total rental of the various Minis
ters, Mr. Gladstone has 2, 1 H'J avrvs,
and a reutal of 1'4,92'J; Earl Spencer,
ZV44 acre ami x.vt,iiv rental.
Vfi t, I.aUhdih. rlrer editor of i'ni llm.i etui
and atoitmboal unnennr aiftiot. Orders for all
klmUef tnl,ot Job onotinn tnUolted. Office
ut Bowur't Knropvaa liolul, No, 73 Ohio Uvea.
UTAOES OK TIIK KIVEU.
Tho river marked by the gauge last even.
log at tfiis port, 37 feet 11 inches and fall
ing. Cincinnati, Murch 13 (I p. in. River 20
feet 11 inches and falling,
Pittsburgh, MHrchl3-0i).m-rKiYei 5 feet
G inches and falling.
Louisville, March 130 p. m. Kiver 9
feet 6 inches and t'alilog.
Nashville, March 130 p.m. River 14
feet 9 inches and fulling,
Chattanooga, March 13-0. p. in. River
8 feet 2 inches and falling.
8t Louia, March 13 0 p. m. River 20
fuel 4 inches and falling.
The Golden Crown, from Cincinnati, ar
med hero Monday night at 8:30 tvith the
best trip she has ever brought out from
Cincinnati. Her guards were flat in the
water and her nahia (nil of passengers,
Capt. Wright, her freight agent, had a big
lot of freight for her, but she couldn't take
It. She left at 10:80 p. m.
The K. R. Springer left New Orleans on
Saturday evening last, and the Will 8.
Hays left on Sunday evening. Some peo
ple are of the opinion that the Hays will
beat the Springer to Cincinnati. , If the
docs the will have to do some good run
The Gus Fowler will report here this !
p. m. from Paducah, and leave here on her
return trip at 5 p. ni. Shu . connects with
the trains hi re coin? north, south, eaat and
The Jas. W. GatT left Memphis last even
ing for Cincinnati. Site will report bete
to morrow niirht. S-w W. F. Lambdia.
passenger agent, and get your tickets.
The staunch little packet Ella Kim
brmgh is due here to-night from St. Louis,
and leave lure on her return trip to-mor
row morning at 10 o'clock.
The Henry A. Tyler will leave on sched
ule turn-, 10 o'clock, sharp, this morning
for New Madrid, connecting there with the
train guing out to the Texas narrow gauge.
The Mary Ilnustou had not arrived at
Memphis a late as yesterday morning.
5?l3 will hardly reach there before Thurs
The Hudson leaves St. Ltuis this morn
ing tor tairo, fauuean and bhawneetowo,
and will arrive here to-morrow evening.
The S'e. Genevieve, from Memphis,is due
this morning for St. Louis.
The John A. Scudder left here for New
Orleans early yesterday morning with all
the freight she wanted.
The City of New Orleans leaves 6t.
Louis this evening, and is due here to
The tine side wheel steamer Andy Banm,
of the Cincinnati and Memphis packet
line, is due hereto-day for Memphis.
The City of Providence left St. Louis,
for Vicksburg last evening and is due here
Yesterday was another lovely day, but
business ou the wharf was very dull.
The Thos. Sherlock, from Cincinnati, is
dus here to-morrow f-r New Orleans.
Many persons do not understand why
an ieediouse should Ih ventilated. They
think oiH'iiings in the gable-ends, as
were recommended in this paper a few
weeks ago, are injurious, as they serve
to create a draft of air over the mass of
Ice-. Thev do. indeed, create a draft of
air, and this is beneficial. The necessi
ty of ventilation will bo understood by
giving a little study to tho matter.
Much of the ice placed in a buihling
under the most favorable circumstances
melts. A considerable portion of the
water produced, in turn becomes vapor
and rises to the top of the building. Un
less it has an opportunity to escape it
will render the air, with which it
mingles, dense, and, as a consequence,
will raise its temperature. As its tem
perature l.s raised it will hasten the
melting of the ice below. Some of the
vapor will be converted into water
again and will fall back on tho ice and
cause it to melt. If there is a chance
for the warm air and vapor to pass out
of the building these effects may be pre
vented. Again, by causing a current of
air to pass over the upper covering of
the ice rapid evaporation of vapor is
pnxlueed nnd this produces cold. Water
may bo frozen by the evaporation of a
portion of it, ns was recently pointed
out In an ice-making machino used in
England. Ice as stored In a building
is covered to the thickness of a foot or
more with sawdust or other similar ma
terial. This absorbs much of the water
that comes from the melted ice nnd car
ries it to the top of the mass: If it
there comes In contact with a current
of air It is evaporated and the tempera
ture of the Ice-house and its contents is
Tba Satisfaction of Sickness,
A woman had a lit of sickness which
brought her to death's door, from which
she slowly rallied, and from which it
was doubtful if she would ever be her-,
self again. A neighbor went to com
miserate her upon what she had suffer
ed. "), never mind, I'm glad of It,"
was the answer. "During all my mar
rled lifu I have been trying to find out
how much my husband cured for me. I
have tried everything. I have even tried
to tuako him lealous; but nothing avail
ed till thlssiekness. My dear, It has al
most killed him! uud Els reruorso was
so dreadful! Oh, of course, he'll slip
back Into his old ways again. Hut I
don't care. I'm natisliud. 1 have con
quered him oneo into such abject AO
Time and Expense Saved.
Hvd workers are subject to blioius at
tacks which may end in dangerous illness.
Parker's Ginger Tonic keeps 4he kidneys
and liver active, and by preventing the at
tack save sickuess, time and expense. De
Percival Brewer, Kossville, Warren Co..
III., says: "Brown's Iron Bitters always
Will you Cou'di when Shiloh'a Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
and fl. (11)
New Jersey Port Wine The Best.
Dr. E. II, Janes a noted physician of the
New York lioard of Heallh says:
1 take great pleasure m testifying my ap
probation of the superior qualities ot the
Port Wino produced by Mr. A. Hpeer, ot
Passaic, New Jersey. I have been to this
vineyard and cellar.
Attera prolonged trial I cancontlueutiy
recommend tho wine as a superior article
for the sick and debilitated, and all those
who require vinous stimulation and invig-
I shall continue to employ it in my prac
tice 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
duction. For sale by Paul G. bchuu.
' Rad TatttH in the mouth, unnleasant
"breadth and impaired hearing, when re
sulting from Catarrh, are overcome, and the
nasal passages which have been cloed for
years are made tree by the use ot Ely's
Cream Halm. Price 50 cents.
Apply to nostril with little Anger.
To The West.
There arc a uuinbir ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but tho direct
ami reliable route is via Saint Lnuii and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint LouiB to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
Urest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Lai
if?rm """vict with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is id vie with the
Overland train for California.
This line oners to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautitul
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. K15NAJJ, F. Chasdi.ek,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Fa km E U3 and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative acency business, by which f5 to
$20 a day can be earned , send address at
once, on postal, t' II. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New lork.
Yoc can keeD vour hair abundant and
glossy, and retain its youthful color, with
rarker s tlair rialsam.
For seven years Allen's Brain Food has
stood the strongest tests 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. fl ; 6 for f . At drug
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spker's Port Gkpe Wine !
four years old.
THIS OBLEBRATRD NAT1VK WINE In male
frora the Juice of the Oporto Orape, mined in
thl country. It lnvaluablo tonic and uTrnjih
enlnf proportion are uuturpaeavd b any olher
Native Wine. B.'lnu the pore Juice of the Grape,
produced undr Mr. Kpenr'e own porsonal mipervl
ion, I la purity ami genulm num, are nuarauici'd.
Tbi Tonncat child miy partnko of It (mcrnni
qualities and the wakot Invalid uae It to advan
tage It la particularly beneficial to the aged and
dxbllttated, and aimed to the various ailment that
WIN K TO Hi "Mi) on!" 'n Wt A
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The P, J. m ERR Via a wine of Superior Char
acter and i artakca of the rich qualitlra of tba grape
from which It is made For Purity. Klchneaa, Fla
vor and Medicinal Properties. It will be foond ua
eicolled. Sneer's P. ,T. Brandv.
Toll i BRANDY aUnda nnrlvated In this Country
being far taporlor for medicinal purpoaea. It la a
liurvmeuuaiiim irom me grape, ana contain! i
nahle medicinal propertlei. It baa a delicate fla
w.f "liar to thatolha grapes, from which It ia
distilled, and is In groat farnr among flrat-claaa
LJ1.!li'J -.8M th" th Itaalnre f ALFRED
HPEER, I'aaaalc, N. J la over the cork of each
Sold By , PAUL, SCHTJII
, AND BT DBUGOtaTS XYKRTWQKRB.
A New and Compline Hotel, fronting 'on' l.evet.
oscuDii ana riauroaa strecti,
bihI .ewOrleani: IiIIdoIk Central; Wabadh, Ht.
nouip ann raciue; iron Mountain and Honlhern;
Mobile and Ohio: C airn anil St. I.nma Kailwava
are all Jum acrot the street: while the Steamboat
Laoaing it not one sqnare dlitant.
inmuoui is bcatcd by atuain. bas "team
Unndry, Hydraulic Kleialor, Kief trie Call llelli.
Automatic Klre-Alarma, Hatbi, absolutely mr air,
porloct ewerai;e and tompletu appolntroontH.
Hnpcrb furniflhlng; perfect aervlec; and an no
Ij. T. PAHKKII & C!f ).. An
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY? .
Tba Howard (lalvanlo Bhleld and ear other Klactro
Galvaole and Maiiiwtla ApplUarea and OarmDia ara
a , mn ear. for Nerrooa Mlltr, Paralrala, KplWptj,
heumattom, Orarworkad Drain, feibaaatloo or Xoaaof
,.u.ip,orn7, naai Mac a. Kidney. Llw,and Btomach
Complalnta. and are adapted to K1THER BEX. Theaa
d Sreot from halts aad ail others, aa they poaltlralr
Kemratacootiouoos enrraoU without acids, sausfoa ao
ora. oorlrrtutloB of I ha skln-cao ba worn at work aa
tl to mast the different atatres of all dlanaaaa Wbara
tlectrle aad ManoeUc treatment la ol bauiallt. Tbose for
hiLJ?-'?'1 th o', iliaeaaa, aa th.lr art loo la
5Vrt0.n,, ,h iul"I,-"hlco " Eleetrlcity
?hr"'a2 'rn "e amra by aioaaa or lodUcrfiUooa. aad
. , rooral damoaratioD. and we ara
VZ?J?J.aJ fh "ost empbaUaodatoh,i.
Pwf tompportaorclaima. Ourllluatrated Pamphlet
aeot Free or la smled aorelopa for 6e poataca. .
CisnluUoa I AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
fcN'btU. f 3 1 1 N. flth t., St. Loula.Mo
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
in thf. crrv.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLO
C. O. I'ATIEU & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street I CjJM'A 111
Cow more-'! .enn f "ll" j l"
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
tCf BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, W EM
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Hpeoinltv.
OPF'I CJ IT, !
IV. Twelfth Street 'and (ivee,
ARE OF EVERY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not ( SINGLE INSTANCE ON RECORD In the
past ii years where one of
Hat been broken open by burglars and robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PRESKRVE their CON
Ii it a well-known fact that there te NO HACK
0,.'Vj.0.ln..th8 worl1 THAT WIVES A3 ORE AT tE
Cl KITY AS 1 HE HALL'S SAFE.
They always protect thoir contenU .
Persons havinjr Valuables should not
be without a Hall's Safe.
Hall's Safe & . lock Co.
JOSKPH r.. Pr.;aildnt.
CINCINNATI, NEW. YORK, CHICAGO,
LOUISVILLE, ' HAW FRANCISCO,
' LW'fJ. " CUVILA5D. '
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
WIS DOW SHADES,
F. W. KOSBNTHAL,
110&412 N. 4th St., ST. LOUIS.
frw dhoph appHecl to the anrfacc will
tnd almost Inatantly RELIEVE PAIN!
nor discolor tho Skin, or leavn nisagrpcahle effi'Cta of any kind. It
has yoKQTTAr. forth Cnre of Rhenmatlam. Sprain a. Brnlnrw
Stiff Joint, Nnoralgia, Lame
sore l bront, fains In tb llmfM
;iiiil n ciiiuiiy I'lticaciotis lor uu imins
requiring a iHiwenul uillusive suiiiuiant. ooe Mmira Alm:lll
Vsk your DniKKist for It. Price 50 cU
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wtolcanlo Dnigglat. 8T.
THAT SETTLES IT.
Brought into Competition with the
world, the It.-,t Curries off
At the groat Centennial Exhibition of lSTtl, tho
leading products of all the branches of the World's
industry were iiu'emli'd at Philadelphia. To
carry otTa prize In the fare of that tremendous
competition was a taik of t o ordinary difficulty.
luvonllons and preparations fortl evialion of pain
and the cure of dleafe were present In the great
eat possible variety, represuntniK the tkill and the
protonmlent study of tbuaKo, and It may be uf vital
importance to yon, personally, to know that the
highest and ouly muda given to riitiber Torout-
planters, wa awarded to the maunfacttirers of
HKNSUN'S CAPCINK 1'OHOLb PLA3TEK. hy
tho followlni; jury:
Db. WM. RoTII, Htiracon (lneral, I'rnssian a'my.
J.H. TUO.MPSON. A.M..M.0 , Waslnnglon. D.C.
C. 11. WJII I K. M I)., New Orleans
ERNEST FLEI9CII. M D., Austria.
The (lecsiou was afierwirds conflriueri by the
mod leal jury at tho Paris Exposition. Knowing
the value of snca high and oiibissed testimony,
the medical profession, both In the United States
and In Europe, qmrkly threw aside the old. slow.
acting pUstera they had been using, and adopted
Benson's in their regular practice. That physi
cians and sure on of the brc-adett reputations did
Ibis, distinctly proves the intilnslc nurlt of the
It la no mure than just to a ll that the average
physician of to-day Is not nominated by the pre-
Jndiceswh'ch retarded the progress ad modified
the eucceeica of bis predecessor of not more than
twentv-flveye.ir as;o. He accepts blots from all
quarters and eudom-i s&d adopts demonstrated
healing agenta wherever bo finds them.
The rliiht of Benson's Cnpcino Toroua Tlaater to
stand at the beal of all external applications what
soever, for the mttlallon ir cure of disease, ia no
longer questioned. , ,
Let the purchaser, however, be on his gaard
against Imitations. ,Tbe geitntne bas the word
CAPCIVK eft In the middle.
Sealiury & Johnson, ChemisU, New Vurk.
Wan itil Teaehei
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Steadr emn'nvmcnt dnrlrnr Snrln v'aixt Sum.
mer. Address J. C. jHc. UKDY, Chicago. Id.
I hiva a puDttlvu rauioU I r Uit aUiva diauMii; by na
1 thmiima of tun of lha wnnl aind and of onir
aanJln; havben curd. Indd, s.itrnns limr faltE
at lUBifinwy, that I will nidTWi) ROTTI.eh KKKR, to
hr with a VAM'ABI.B TKEATISKon tin. Hiftm, to
Uy luAerar. file. Kir. nnd P. o. addrm.
UH. T. A. bLUOt'U, ll r.l Si., Nn York.
iT J J J ,T JJ
WE will v th. aUiv. ww.d fr.ru f mm of IJv.r Cunplilnt1
DTp.ftf. Sl.'k H.-.tiwh., In.t.ilri, Ctn,opt1.'a ..f ro.tlvn.u,
cnDulciiri ,iO U.,1, V.aM, L.r I'llli, ko tin di're
tlonnr. Itrlrtljr toiipHnt 1th. Thrr irt punlv v-bh.HI.. tat
turn Wl u (lv( utmactlon. Inew C.UL Urn bcnn, coq
lamina- W fill., 55 wnu. Tn by ill drumhit. Ilrr, of
cminlrt f.u, uA Uniunoni, Th. p-nulti. Rjntifit-turtt.l anljr b,
'HN O. WKvr CO., Il a ;l W. HkU Si., a,
(fm Uiai i..Ktf. iill'jr mill pr,-ji.l uit r,tu.tf s t ut ilaiup.
Health is Wealth !
J)a K. U W'wr'a hum and Bb.m.s Tnr.vr.
MINT, aKtiamnimtit sixt-tlio fur Ilyntorm, Iltizi
nw, ('(invnlHions, rtta. Nervous) N.mmliria,
Hi'BiInche, Nervona TriMl nition chubimI by the nan
nt nlcMhl or foK-icis, WHkwfitlriesa, Mental I)
prewiioii, Huftenvit "1! the llrain ntanlting in in
sanity ami Hlititt t niir-ery. d.-cay anil death,
F'nimaltirn OKI Airn, HiirrrnnusH, Lose of powr
in either sex, Involuntary Ioem-a and Hpornmf
orrhofa eatmeil hy nfMrxwtin of thubnun. slf
abnsfl or vnr-imliilt(tici. hju-h t cotttiiinn
onn month's froHtnimit. tl.tnta lmx,irix buxew
for .VHJ, aunt by nutil pn-puidon receipt of pric
WiJ I'.VItANTKI' HIX BOX KM
To cure any caso. With etieh tirilnf roreivwl hyns
tor six boxee. arconipiuiieii with .1.ui, we will
annit the pitrrbajn'r our written nratite to iw
fttmitUe moni'y if the treutimntt duoe noteuect
a cure. UiiaritntiHia isHtimlonlyby
IIAlMtV v. sciiuir,
Druggiat, Ciir. Commercial avo. lath st.. Cairo.
llicopleareaiwayion the look
'out for chanrea to Increase
tboiruatnlnas, and In time
'ni.Miin wnamiy; mnae wno
do nut Improve their oppnr-
, luitiuiia remain in povertv,
Ws offer a great chancti to mnko money. We wa ot
many men, wonvm, hoys and girl to work lor na
rlRhtlniholrownlmallties.. Anyonseau do lha
work properly fn.m tho first start. The btialrwaa
will pay mere tlun ten time ordiuary wages. Et
psnnlveoutllt rurnlshnit free. No on who engage
fal, to make money rapMly. Vow can devote
your whols time to the work, or onlv your spar
w.MutiMw. run luiormaiinn ann an mat t nenea
teatfVe., AaVlrwMtiriMaOM A CO. Tort and, M.
"r. t, ,J TRt ATM & HIT
T f J.ry JL J
A powerful preparation unm-
posed mostly of Knsentlal Oils
frhe most penetrating Liniment
known. Ho concentrated that a
Penetrta to the vary Bone,
It will not Soil Clothlxor,
Back, Cramp Tooth-Aoh,
or m any part ot me yai'iu.
m ine otomacn ana uoweia,
THE UNION TRUST CO
(ill anilfiU Chotnnt Street,
CAPITAL $1,000.00(1 IC1IAKTER PERPETUAL.
Acta as Executor, Administrator, Afsljnee, Re
ceiver, (inardian, At'nrney, Agent, Trustee and
Committee, alone or ia connection with an indi
Takes charge of th t property of nhfentees and
non r'ltlt-.ns. cuUects and remlta income prompt
ly, and discharge fMtlifully the duties of every fl
unclarv trust aii'1 ag-nr.y known to the law,
baiee for Kent within Kurglar-pr of Vaalts of the
Wills kf pt In Fire and Burg'ar-proof Safca with
out charge. I'laU, securities and ail other val
uables securely kept at a moderate annual charge
for safe return nr specific Indemnity.
Car Trusts and other approved securities for sale.
Interest allowed on Moneys deposited for de
finite piirlotls, nr upon ton davs' notice.
W. C. PATTERSON, President
MARLON S. STOKES, Treasurer.
FRANCIS BACON, S c y and Trust Ofllcer.
W. C. PATTEHSOS, HON. T. F. BAYARD, -
JA h.i ui.x,, Wilmington, Del.;
ALr ItK I) si, till.LETT, Dn. UBO W, HEILT,
Holt. ALLISON WHITS, Harrieburg, Pa ;
OB. C r. t UKM KK. HON. J. B. AFK1CA,
O. H . VATTKHsO , Huntington, Pa. ;
IOUN T MONKOE.
Hon. II. C1YMER.
Ri-sdlng, Pa :
HENRY S. RCKERT,
Heading. Pa :
JOS. 1. KEKFK,
THOS. K. PATTON,
W. J. N R AD,
JAS. 8. MARTIN.
Du. D HAYKS AONI-.W
U. II. HOUSTON. Hos.R. E. MONAUHAN
JOll N O. KK IHSQ, West Chester, Pa. ;
Philsdelphii. Pa ; Gits. w. W. II. Davis,
Hon. T. RANDOLPH, Doylestown. Pa. ;
Morrlstown, I'a ; CD AS. VY. COOPED,
CEVMOl'R. HINT CO..
.1 Exchange Court, N . Y. KM laSslle St., Chicago,
BANKEI1S AND BROKERS.
Speclnl facillilesfor the purchase and sale of
KTOrKf. BOVDN, (iRAIN PROVISIONS.
Refor to Mechanics' National Bank, New York;
Fifth National Bank, Chicago, and German Secnrlty
Bank. Louisville, Ky.
J. .VI. SxvMot-n. Member New York Stork Exch.
J. A. Hitst, Member Chicago Board of Trad.
A. L. blTKOlB.
C17 St. Charlos Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A raft-ular firartuur nf twa nvdlcat
oolli-Kos, Iish lm-n luiijter ciigigrd In the Irat
nwnt of C'hronin, Norvousi. fcikln ami
Ulooil DltHS than any olbi-r iliyOi-Un In
St. Uetls. at city pai)rH vliasr ami all old rel
ilfiita know. CoiKiiltntlnn ,.t otHi-enr T mall,
fri-e aud lovllcd. A irli-iidlv lulk or Ills opinion
eota nothing. SVhi-nll iHlnronvsnli'tit tovl.lt
the rlty .or treatment, rni dU-lni- mn be sent
by mall or ixpn-is evnrr where. Curable ia-s
eunranteeil ; w here doubt exists ll Is frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Horvons Proatratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weaknesa, Mercurial and othsr
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impttrltlei and Blood Poisoning. Skin ArTec
tions, Old Sorei and Dicers, Impedimenta to
Marriage, Rhsnmatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from ever-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising; from Imprudences, Eiccaaeij
IndulgiDflts or Exposure.
It Is self-evident that a phylclan paying
particular attention to a cl.i ui'ra attains
great .kill, mid phv slelaix III reg-ular praetlea
all over the eountry Unnwlug IIiIh, fri'ciisntly
reeoniiiiend rae t" the ol.leMi.rllei' In Atnerlea,
w here .very knowu slianre I renorted to,
and the proved proo,! rmilii of ali
aue and eiuinlrles are lined. A whole hmiMt H
ned I'lirottli-e I'lino-.. ., ami all sre treated with
skill In a reieettul tnantier; and. knowing
wlt.it to do. no experiments are Hindu. "II -count
of Hie if real, number applying, the
ebarires are kept low, often lower than I
d.-uuiidfd hv oilier It' von eeiiri" the ki
and aetaveedy and perfect lli cure, lhat la
the Important uiaiur. I'auiphlet. W pages
sent to any aildrets free. ,
Fleirant cloth sn.l mlt MimIImi. SenMrbrW
cent In il iire nr enrrency OverHity won
lerfiil 'ti picture-., Irue to 1V article., in thd
followluir KitlilecU. lio may marry, who not;
liv I'rotH-r are to in.iri v. V ho niitrry first.
t .tn rt.Hi,). oiiiiioIi.hkI. riivli-al deenv. Who
tumid onr.v. klo lite and liu. pines may ba
ncreaied. TIio-h tii.iirled or i-ouieniplatlnc
tuarrvlna hoiill read It. It on u lit to be real
it)- al'l adult perm. then k.-.t under lock ami
jwv. Popnl.ir edition. iltne n ut.nve, but paner
snayer ami irnu puii'S. ii c-uli ti luuil, lu muuejf
JOHNSON'S ANOOVNI UNIMINT H1
pnaltlvaly pnwntthlterrlhl disease, anil will puss.
ITlyewnnlti enma ens of ten. lafureiaUrn tha
will many Uvh. sent frwabr mail. IXin'tdelnya
moment, pmventt-ii n better titan mra. I. ajuitl.
Sttff ft CO., ItimpiN, HAM, lerawly BASiioa aa
t-raos' luTna Jlixa aiaka nw rk.k bloott.
w-w -w w u 111
rinot, ill t sweeping hy, go
III i'Ll f I 'and dar helora yen die, soms.
I rlii I ,hi"" mighty and aulillm
I I) I JKJ J ,"v behind to coniiusrllai."
w v 'Hawwk In your own town.
Flv Dollar outfit Oea. N
risk. Everything new. Capital lot rsqatrml. W
will furnish you svnrythtng. Many ar making
fortune. Ladle maks a mnch tnifti. and hoy
and gtfl make great pay U-ader. If yon want ,
bnslues at walca too can make great pay all tba
time, wrtwfosj partkolaratoll. HALLkIT A CO.