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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
A LEOTUEE ON SCIENCE.
Prof. Holdback Remington Before the
Lime Kiln Club.
Hro. Gnrdnor Hnnotindtil to the clnb
Unit the irrcat colored Ohio .scientist and
philosopher whs present in tlio anU
rooin, nhivorinp with cold and impa
tience. He hud been in the city three
duys, during which time he had "frozen
his heels and discovered that the sun
was 1,000,000 miles nearer the earth at
Detroit than in Cleveland.
Tlio committee- on reception then
drew on their new mittens and disap
peared in search of the distinguished
Close upon the heels of a lamp explo
sion in the northwest corner of the
room, which knocked Judge Cadaver
off his stool and flun; Walkaround
Skivers half-way through, a window,
came the noble professor. If he could
have been straightened up by means of
jack-screws ho would have stood six
feet high, and a few bricks in his pock
ets would have brought his weight up to
12") pounds. Ho had a piercing eye,
a nose rather on the door-knob order,
nnd his mouth at once betrayed great
force of character. He was conducted
to the platform, formally introduced,
and as lie moistened his bronchial tubes
with a few swallows of hard cider, he
led off with:
"My frcris," he In'gan, "I has bin in
wited to spoke to you on de subjeck of
science. I has no doubt dat some of
you has hoard de word swkon, or seen
it in print at sometime, but how littledc
majority of you have eber realised de
beauties, de extent, an' tie power of
science! Science has had a hard strug
gle, but she am now top of de heap
un kin reward her frens an' forgive her
enemies. How do we know dat de airtli
revolves on her axel-trees, same as de
wheels of a wagin? Science has told
us. How do we know how to cross do
jiihun? Science pints de way. How do
we know dat de great desert of Sa-hary
was once an ohun? Science has du
down an' foun' dam shells and sharks
jaw-bones. Widout science we should
be a world widout over-coats in winter
or sodywater in summer. We would
fall from harvest apples trees an' pick
ourselves up widout knowin' wheder
grabitashun or agitashun made us cum'
down instead of goin' up. We should
iee do moon, same as now, tut some
would say it was inhabited by monkeys
an' odder would have an ideah dat "it
was a splendiferous locality for a per
simmon grove, lie sun would rise an
sot an' warn do shingles on do roof,
but men would go round blulBn' fur
it'is inn mm; vwimi i ii 1 1 iu iica nwnjr au
wa held in place by wires."
IITe the orator paused to scratch his
back and take another drink of cider,
and ainidxt a stillness almost solnnu he
".Science has done much, but-it hasn't
done "null'. It has giben us de marin
er's compass, but we have no mashcen
shops wliar' bow-legged men kin (Iran
in on deir way up home an' git de crook
straightened while (ley wait, u has
eibeu us steam, but we still craw l under
de house to thaw out frozen water-pipes
ae same as de itotnan senators nui i,
Wjo y'ars ago. It has giben us grand
suspenshun bridges, but whar' am de
gas-metre w hich registers in favor ob
ile consumer? It has gibcu tii de tele-
jrraff, but what man among you eber
sot eyes on a boot-jack which wouMn t
miss'a i'O'' iist w hen you war' pullia'on
a wet lsot de hardest? It has tunneled
frew mountains, but we hau tnn no
better way ob making de baby swallow
caster ile dan bv holdin' its nose, same
as Eve held Cain's and Abel's in do bo
"My frens, I did not come hero to ex
pectorate vou wid a tiresome infatua
tion. Hood well what I have said.
Snug up to science. She will keep you
cool in summer an' prevent do shruikin'
of vour winter flannels. It is a deep
subioc for research an iincuninatiuiliiy,
' an trustiu' dat cadi one of you may al-
dicnte de ivIleMin of tie coiiseniirntiai,
I will draw mv lirilliant climax to a ca
The Sparrow and the Mouse.
Thn English sparrow is game.
fwntloman at tho Society of Natural
listory last night related a battle that
he hail witnessed. The eook'hud thrown
out somo crumbs and odds and ends
from the table, and their savory smell
attracted a mouse, who edged along
through the grass, nnd nibbled to his
i.nwf .,,, I. .nt The V.nirlisli snnrrniv
sat above him on a branch of a sickly-
lookinc elm; and no sooner out his keen
eve note the scrouching objoct bobbing
through the grass than, with a swoop,
he bounced down and darted his tiny
bill into tho head of the mouse. Tho
latter reared and jumped nt the pugna
cious bird, who was off and back again
repeating the dose. A third and a
fourth time this was dono until one of
the eyes of tho mouse was picked out,
and ho hobbled along, evidently desir
ing to get out of tho way. He no longer
ran lie crawled: anil before ho. reached
a place of safety tho sparrow had so
weakened him by his persistent pick
ings that he easily killed him. Cincin
' f lm Tiil.ltulinra' Cireiibir renorts 789
new religious works and only 420 novels
published in England Inst year, where-
1 .. i m ji. 1 .11.. nr
Upon 1110 1-iOnUOU iruat misi.iijr wju-
r.tii.i,4 dm. wn uhnll not hear so much
about "pernicious modem literature,"
lnr thnmn with
rviiivii linn ii-vM id r if
reforming persons. To say nothing of
tlio sublime indifference to facts char
acteristic of reformers In general, there
1... J....,!ll..M,likM 41. ..1. tnftn.l
Uiiiy uo juswiiuiuioh iui tm:ii uuiiuiiuuu
waitings In tho consideration that the
novels probably weri.,read and that mo
religious books were noi.
W. P. LaHBOlM. river editor nf i'n Riti.i ktih
and steamboat passenger agent. Order fur All
kinds of steamboat Job printing eollcUed. Office
lit bower'. European Hotel. No. 73 Ohio levee.
STAGES Of TilK RIVKR.
The river marked by the gauge last even
ing at this port, 34 feet 0 inches and fall
ing. Cincinnati, M&rcl) 15 6.p. io. River 19
feet 3 inches ami fulling.
Pittsburgh, Marchl5 6p.m River 5 feet
8 inches and rising.
Louisville, March 156 p. m. River 9
feet 1 inch and btlilng.
Nashville March 15 (5 p.m. RiverlO
feet 8 inches and filling.
Chattanoogi, March 15-0 p. m. River
7 feet 1 inch and falling.
6t, Louis, March 15 -6 p. m. River 19
feet 5 inches and falling.
Yesterday there was a rumor on the
streets that two young men from Kentucky,
living in East Cairo, had come over in
skiff on some business and when they left
on their return trip in attempting to cross
over to the Kentucky shore, they were
drawn under the coal fleet just below the
warehouse or nearly in front of the IlalliJ
day house and both were drowned. lint
upon careful examination it was learned
that the whole thing was a hoax. How the
story originated r upon what authority,
noonu as yet has been able to explain.
Geo. Cowling who ownes the bar on the
Gus Fowler, has purchased Capt. Ves.
Malian's interest in the little packet City
of Metropolis, paying $1,100 cash for same,
Geo. now owns the entire boat and she is a
good paying investment. She makes two
trips daily from Metropolis to Paduaah.
Tho Gus Fowler will report hero this 2
p. m. from Paducah, and leave here on her
return trip at 5 p. m. She connects with
the trains here going north, south, cant and
The Will S. nays left Memphis yester
day morning at 5:30 and will be hero by
daylight. It looks as though she will get
in a "home run" to Cincinnati on the Spnn
Yesterday was the roughest day we have
experienced this month; the wind blew
very hard from the north and the river was
almost too rough for navigation.
The Thos. Sherlock from Cincinnati left
here last night for New Orleans with a Gne
trip, mostly way freight.
The Centennial from New Orleans is
due up this morning for St. Louis.
The Jas. W. Gaff from Memphis is duo
this morning for Cincinnati.
The City cf Cairo is due here to-night
Two Kinds of Ladies.
A writer in the New Haven Evening
Ilegister relates an incident which bears
a lesson with it. As a young lady
walked hurriedly down State street up
on a bleak winter day, her attention
was attracted to a deformed boy coming
toward her earning several bundles.
He was thinly clad, twisted his limbs
most strangely as he walked, and
looked before him with a vacant stare.
Just before the cripple reached the brisk
pedestrian he stumbled, thus dropping
one bundle, w hich broke and emptied a
string of sausages on the sidewalk.
Two richly dressed ladies (?) held back
their silken skirts and whisiiered qnito
audibly: "How horrid!" while several
passed bv who, amused by the boy's
look of ulank disniav, gave vent to
their feelings in a half-suppressed laugh
and then went on without taking fur
ther interest. All this increased the
boy's embarrassment He stooped to
pick up the sausages only to let fall an
other parcel, when, in despair, he stood
aud looked at his lost spoils. In an in.
stant the bright-faced stranger stepped
to the boy's side, and said in a tone of
thorough kindness: "Let me hold those
other bundles while you pick up what
you have lost." In dumb astonishment
the cripple handed nil he held to the
young Samaritan, and devoted himself
lo securing his cherished sausages.
When these were atin strongly tied in
the coarse, torn paper, her skillful
hands replaced the parcels on his
scrawny arms, as she bestowed on him
a smile of encouragement, nnd said: "I
hope you haven't far to go." The poor
fellow seemed scarcely to hear tho girl's
pleasant words, but looking at hor with
the same vacant stare, asked: "Be you
a lady?" "I hope so; I try to bo," was
tho surprised response. "I was kind of
hoping you wasn't." "Why?" asked
the listener, with curiosity quite aroused.
"Cause I've seen such as called them
selves ladies, but they never spoke kind
and plensant like 'eepting to grand uns;
I guess there's two kinds them as
thiuk they are ladies and isn't, and thorn
as what trios to bo and is."
The reason why creamery butter ts
bettor than the ordinary farm or dairy
article, says tho Michigan Farmer, la
that at the factory there is enough to
keep one or more persons employed all
the time, and they are always on hand
to perform each operation at the right
, time, i hey always nave ice or cold
spring water, so as to control the tem
nerature. and cverv oooratlon can be
done at the best time. One reason why
family butter cannot be made as rood
as that at tho factory or dairy Is that
mere is not enougn miiK together. With
one or two cows two or three days must
elapse between tho churnlngs, and in
hot weather the cream cannot, under
ordinary circumstances, be kept good
for this length of time, and if cream Is
allowed to- become overripe, the but
tor cannot nave a goon oavor. i
Hall a million poople live in the 82,
000 tenement houses of New York.
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH
Why He Relinquished.
ViuinrPuai)lnmNi n wiljl anil fanntfllt
convivialist, met Miss Gaylam and be-
camo aevoludly attacnod to her. kvcry
one said that tho love, which tho young
lady ardently rturuud, - could never
ripen into marriage, for the young lady's'
father waa cruelly opposed to tho young
man, insomuch that he shot at him one
Sunday. Several days afterwards tho
old man unt in his study, scraping rno
rust from the barrel of a revolver, when
Essolmore suddenly entered and con
"Didn't I send you word that if vou
came to my house again I would Kill
'I believe you did, but, sir, you can
never know how devotedly I love your
daughter. I must marry her or my life
will resemble tho dark of tho moon. 1
would rathor receive all tho lead and
wrath in your collection of death dealing
instruments than to forego the pleasure
of seeing my chosen one."
"I repeat, sir," said tho old man,
"that you shall not marry my daughter.
Go away, or you will never live tosnow
how suddenly you died. In after years,
centuries from now, when old ivy clings
around the corners of this ruined house,
this spot will be pointed out to tourists
as a place where an ardent lover was
hacked into sausage meat by an irate
and cruel father."
Glorious history that would be, and
happy in the thought that when the dis
tant centuries come, when the vine clings
and when young lovers stand under the
young moon, broathe vows and speak
of mo, I will prepare myself for my
"Say, youngfellow; I see that you are
fetermined. 1 don't want the girl to
marry, for she can pick more cotton
'ban any lady in the neighborhood. In
the closet there I have a jug of ten-year
old whisky. Give up your wild inten
tion and I'll give you a drink."
"Let me see the whisky."
Tho whisky was brought. The young
man drank, smote his breast and return
ed to his cabin. lie was an ardent lov
er. Arkansaw Traveler
Mrs. Wood, of Hartford, has perform
ed the remarkable feat of writing the
whole chapter of Genesis within a space
the size of a quarter of a silver dollar.
It has been calculated that in the same
space of timo that it took her to write
the first chapter of Genesis she could
have made seventeen pies, darned thir
teen pair of socks, and washed tho
dishes eleven times, but then making
pies and washing dishes are not re
markable feats, and would not have
given her fame, although indulgence in
those pursuits would probably have
given more satisfaction to her family.
Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured
me of Catarrh, of which I have been afflic
ted over ten years, alter trymg almost every
remedy recommended, none haying proved
so effective and thorough. S. J. Aiken,
Wholesale Dealer in Boots and ShocP, 143
Federal St., Boston, Mass.
Never Give Cp.
If you are suffering with low aud de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, wck constitu
tiou, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle ot
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of: Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (.j)
Percival Brewer, Rossvillr, Warren Co.,
III., sajs: "Brown's Iron Bitters always
Will you Cough when Shiloh's Cure will
giv immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
New Jersey Port Wine The Best.
Dr. E. II. Janes a noted physician of the
New York Board of Health says:
I take great pleasure in testifying my ap
probation of the superior qualities ot the
Port Wine produced by Mr. A. Speer, of
Passaic, New Jersey. I have been to this
vineyard and cellar.
Attera prolonged trial I can confidently
recommend the wine as-a superior article
forthesick and debilitated, and all those
who require vinous stimulation and invig
oration. 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. Schuh.
Bad Taste in the mouth, unpleasant
breadth and impaired hearing, when re
sulting from Catarrh, are overcomo, and the
nasal passages which huve been closed for
yeais are made free by the use ot Ely's
Cream Balm. Price 50 cents.
Apply to nostril with little finger.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable routo is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Suint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fir est make arc attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia ?onnect 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 for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast timo
and suporlor 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 fruo.
C, B. KtiiiUN, F. Chandler,
Ass't Uon'l Pass. Agent. Gun'l Pass Agent.
For seven years Allen's Brain Food has
stood the strongest tests as to its merits in
curing NervoUBioes, Norvtms , Debility and
restoring lost powers to tho weakonod Gen
erative System, and, in no Instance, has it
ever failed ; test It. $1 1 6 for $5. At drug
' Shiloh's Catarrh . Romody a positive
cure for Catarrh. Dipthorla and Cankor
r- . . . l , . . -
A New and cominuui II ital, fronting m l.t voi
ftutoim aim Ktiurotta him-it,
Tl b PaMii'iiiiur 1) nut of the L'lilf H"u. St. I.oi.Ij
and .luwOrlenni: I H iuol n Central; Wahw-h. St.
Louis gnd I'aittlc; livu Vimuiniu arm suuiurn,
Mobile ami Ohio: ( sir . anil St. I.oiiih Krtilwi.yn
am all Jnul arhim Uio Dtrvm: wbllo the Siettmln i
Lauiln.'K Ik out cue H'limre ui'lnnt.
Tola llolel la huata r.j Hlerira, baa '. : ni
Laundrv. Hrdrai.iic .Elevator, Kit)' trie (Jill !;e; e.
Aaiomatic Hire-Alarms. Hath, abnoltitt-'ly p 'ir p.ir.
prl;ct ceWHra(! and uioiplrtc apimlntmou'.x.
bnprl furtiihhlnKBj perfect aervicu; uil an vn
ax.Ct:ilc-i Labia. -
T. P. PAUKKH ft (!0.,1h-m
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Th Howard Oalranlo Bhleld and or ether Klctrw
OhIvhoIc aod Mumotio A.pllnar' aod Gnrrnxut are
a jure corn for Nerroui Dehllirj, Paralrtla, Kpllamr,
KheomBtUra, 0rwnrkftd Hrnlo, tihuaiitlnn or Low of
111 toew. Week Hnck, Kldner. Llmr. and Stomach
Oomulainto. ao1 era adapted to EITHER SEX. Then
appliance! ara the Terr latr-et improved, aod entirely
different from belle and alL othara, aa iher poettlvair
generatacontinunaaoarrenU without acide, cawing no
aoree norlrritattin of the ekio can be worn at urk ae
wll aa rwl onl noltoiwble to wearer. Vnwer U maule
ted to meet (lie different atama of all dlaeawa where
hleotrlc aod Magnetic treatment la of benefit. Thou for
At oaoe reach the ajat of dleeane. a their action la
direct aiioo .Serroua, Muacular.aad OenerAtlveOntera,
;peedirsrrrtorln the ? Italltr-whlch 1 Klertricitr
drini from the ;mm by eiceet or lndicretloo. aod
-Zl . iaJ? HarKl ay oreroome the wenknxee
without draining the alomacb. Tbejr will cure arerr
caee ehort of e!nntnrnl deveneratlon, and we are
prepared to furnlah the most emphatic and absolute
proof to riripnrtoorclRlma. Our rilnetraled Pamphlet
tent i ree or in sealed envelope for 8c postage.
ecualtltlM I AMERICAN CALVANIO CO.
Ttttklsriul f 3 1 2 N. Oth St.. It. Loula.Mo
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spkku's Port Gape Wine !
pour years om).
TrilSCKI.EIIIlATEI) NATIVE WINK la ma lt,
from the Jiilco of tlio Oporto Grape, ralaed In
thl country, lla luvalualilo tonic and etreruth
oiling properlice areituanrpaaaud liv any nllicr
Nallvu VVIiio. Hi'lntf tho pnrejulco of tlio Grape,
prnilnrcd uiutur Mr. Hpoer'a own puraonal aiipvrvl
a ion, it purity and goiuilm neoa, aro guarautoud.
Th'i yoiini'at clilld ni.iy partukn of Ha Ri'ni'rotu
qualltit-a, and the wakut Invalid no tt to advun
laftn It Ik partlciilurly buni-flclal tolheaiMl and
dVliHItati'd, and aiittud to the various allmeutu that
affiTt the weaker t. It la In every reaped
WINE TO BK HBT.IRI) ON.
Spcer's P. J. Sherry.
The l'. J. HHKHK 1 la wlno of Suporlor Char
acter and partake of the rich auntttlc of the urn lie
from which It la made For I'urlty, Rtchneaa, Fla
voi and Medicinal l'roportiu. It will be tunnd un
Sneer's P. J. Braiulv.
Thla tlKANDY etanila unrivaled tn tbla (iountry
bol nu fur mipi-rlnr for muillclnat puriioaea. It Ik a
piiredlHtlllatlon Irom the graii. anil r.onlalna val
nablo medicinal propi'ri lew. It tiaa a dellcalo flit,
vor, "Imilnrto thiil of Ihe crape, from which It U
dlatillud.and la In great favor among flrnl-clKH
famlllea. Mee that tho alffliaturo of AI.Kltlil)
HI'KKU, IVaalc, IS . J la ovor the cork or mch
Hold UyVAVIj SC1IUH
AND BY DltUUiiUTS KVERYWHKRS.
"gALLIDAY BROTH E US
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Plourinff Mills
- HivbutCMh Price Pfcld for Wheat.
The largest stock and lowest prices in
CAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINGS, LACE CURTAINS,
find . at
F. "W. EOSENTHAL,
410 & 412 N. 1th St., ST. LOUIS.
kew i)KOP8 applied to tho xiirfiioo will Penetrate to the very Bone,
and almost Inatantl RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clathln.
..-a vu-wwavA uu v uti'' llt.inii VIHMO VUdU l Oil J IVIIIU. It
haaNOKQrAf fortha Cnreof Rhcnmatlarn. Spralnn. Brnlaea,
riAl fUanAlnw tha Alr4vi ni )mi m A
Stiif Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Baok, Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
Sore Throat, Palnaln tho Limba or in any part of lira Hyilcin
and ia equally eMciieloiis for all talus In tho Stomsoh and Bowela,
rip.uniiK a powermi umiuive Biiiiiuiaut. oc aierrpira Almanac
Ask your Druggist lor It. I'rloo CO cU
I'repared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholeaala Dnigytnt, 8T.
. 617 St Charles Etroet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. rK1ttap Orndunt ef twa meilloal
olIeireH, lias l-en lontrer iiKiii'd In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nurvou", tUin and
IJlood UlMMsva than anv otlu r jiliysleliin In
Bl. Louis, aa elty pa-r .kw anil all olil rel
denU know, t'onsuluitioa t olHVeor er mail,
free ami Invited. A friendly talker Ills opinion
costa nothing. When tl iHfiiounriil-nt to visit
the elty .or tri-nttm-nt, ini-dlclm-H can be sent
by mall or express t-verv n hnrt'. Curable cuneii
iruaraiiteeil : where doUnt e.xlits lllsfrtuikly
Muted. Call or Write.
Worvogg Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Morcnrial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Dicers, Impediments to
Marriage. Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES reoeive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgences or Exposures.
It It gvlf-cvldent I hut a (ihy .liliin paytii(
V.artleular attention to a elms ntea-- attains
Kn-at hWill, au.l ilivii-iii8 In r-irulr praetlec
all over the enunlrv knnwlntf tliU, freipimly
recommend caiesto the olile-t c.ilU-e In Aim-rlca,
where every known nppllniiee is resorted to,
and the proved icood renlie of all
agea and rount rice are umiI. A whole hoiiie la
iied I'orollii'e jiuri'oips, and nil are treatetl with
skill In a retpeelfiit manner: anil, knowing
what to do. noc-xperlnienti nre made, (inai--count
of the if reut iitinilier applying, the
rhariree are kept low-, often lower than Is
demanded by others If yoii weure the kl'l
and p-t a "iK-eiiy mid pei i'ei t lite rnre, that Is
the important matter, ruiiiphlit, M puges,
seut to any addreia free.
finf t ifinnunr Pinnr )
PLATES. I tTiAnniAUL UUIUL. i PAGES.
Elek'ant cloth and Kilt bind Imr, Sealed for 50
rente in postnito or eurn iveT. Over fifty won
'.erfnl pen pleturen, true to llfKarllcleson the
fnilowliiur aubleet. Who may marry, who not;
whvf l'roiier nee to inarrv. Who auarry lirat.
ilafihon.1, womanhood. Plivleal ili-eay. Who
lion Id mar i'V. How life iln.l hiipplnesi, may bo
inerea"1. Tbo-o marrhd or conteinplatlni
Hiii". 1 j ' ' read It. It oueht tone read
oy all i .. . . us. tin n kept under lock and
k'V. 1'opulnr rdltlon. Mime a-- ntuive, but iiiiier
rover and sluO pane., li& cent by mail, lu muuey
WE will pv tK. aboT. r w.rd lnr ar.y caw of Llv.r Omplilnl1
Pyipcpiia, Sick Heblacti, lnitijtloa. CoitlUpellpn or CiHtlv.nrti,
cannot car. with Wmt'i Vtt'imH. LW.r i'Uli, whin thn illrtt
tlaniar. llrlclly tnraplkii uh. 1 htj r. purely vrm-ubl., and
B.v.rfall to rlv. allilacit.m. 8n(t.r Contoii. Lrg. enn
UlalL Id pllla, (i nu. p.r ial. by all drKl.u. bv of
Dinnt.tf.lli an, lu.lullotil. Th g.tiuln. n unul.tMrrd only b.
JOHN C. WtCMT a CO., ill l-a W. -t.ll.on Su, CulcHU.
Inn trial Mellaril uul by mall ir.IJuu r.,.ui ol 3 cul.limp.
Health is Wealth i
iJu V.. V. West's Neiivb AND UltAlM TltKAT
MENT, a Rtinnintnml anocifio for Ilyateria, Dizzi
neaa, ConvutHioiiH, Fita, Numma KenriilKin,
Hi'ndiiPho, Norvotw Proetmtion cmiHOfl by the ue
of nlnohwl ortobiMieo, Wnknfalniwa, Mentitl Do-
pronHi Hoftoiiinu of the Hniin rohultinn in in-
Hanity unit lendinK to minery, Jifay and (tenth,
l'rnimilura Old Ago, ItHrnmrioBH, Lwa of power
in eithnr ai'X, Involuntary lawMna nnd Hpermnf
nrrhiva onuoeil byover-csertmn of the bruin, aelf
libuttn or (iver-iiiilulniincii. Knelt box cimtnina
(mo month' trnittmnnt. l.(l n box, or bix hoxoa
forjri.tlU,Bontbyinml tireimnlon reeoiptof price.
(il .UtWTDE HIV ItOXKM
To euro nnjr caao. Willi wteh onW rocivl byua
for aix boxen, aecompunieil with fWO, w will
aetid tho purclinMerimr written Kiuirantee t
fund tho money if thn trontnmnt,diM.-bliotuttoct
aouro. LiuumiiUwa laauuauiiu uy
IIAliRY W. SCIIUII,
Driiiitftat, Cor, Cotnmurctal avu. A IHlh at., Cairo.
lieopleari'alwavob the look
I unit for rhancua to Increase
1 their eiunlnirH, and in timo
jhecome wealthy ; thoan who
ilo not Improve th 'lr ooiior-
t'uilliea remain In poverty.
Wc ofTor a tfrnat cbiuice to miiko money. Wo it
manv men, woman, hove and iflrla to work lor tie
rlht Iniholr own loealltiea Any one run do tint
work properly ft 'tn the first atnrt. The hiiaineea
will pay inoro th 'n Urn tluiei. ordinary wage. Kx-
Fiotialvuoutflt fiirnlnhod free. Mo ouo who unvraitea
alia to mako money rap'dly. Voti can dovule
your whole timo In ihu work, or onlf your apaie
momenta. Full luform-ttion and all that la naoded
vntfruo. Addroaa Sl'INHUN A CU. Portland. Mu.
KV YOUK STOKE,
WIIOLKHAL12 AND RETAIL.
The Largest , Variety Stock
IN TJIF. CITY.
GOODS SOI i'DVKKY CLOSE
O. O.PATlKIt & 0O.,
0or.NlnU.nthtrati Calm 111
Commercial Atuiu i lttirUt llle
I faavr-I I
A powerful prepuruliou vom-
iosed mostly of Easential Oils
The most pcnetratlnir Liniment
known. Ho pniippntmtofl Mini a
laairti. txa ffnna n wt
THE SUN T
Tn K SUN'1 flrntaimteto be truthful and na
ful; IM eeeuiid.to write an eu'ertslninu history of
the times in which we Ihe. It prlnta, on an avor
aira, more than a million cotilti.i a week, lit cir
culation ia now larger than uver before. 8n"oacrlp
tlon: Pait T (4 pBBaj, by mall, Bfie a month, er
$( M) a year; .tUNDAT (8 pages), $1.0 per year;
Wkeklt (8 p iireio, $1 per year.
I. W. & CiLAM). ruhllaUer, Now Y -rk City.
NOTICE TO INVENTORS.
tot all Information concerning American and
(oreign paten'Kyin i-honld corresmtid wllh orcon
eult a firm w'.io underatand their huatnofm and who
pay personal aitunt Ion to the Mine. To all who
wish Mich kiiowlede h t the.ti write to or call npon
OKO. P. UOKC, Aftomev-at-Law,
t-li4N. O. Avenue, A'aiihiutoii, D. C.
fend for circulars and full Information.
A Uoiinehoid urtlclo Saleable us flour,
-mull capital needed. 8 nd 1 c, for aaui
p e worth $1, and proepnetua, apecial terms,
.tc , in sealed latter. No poalals noticed.
Addinaa I. B. C Co , Marlou Ohio.
DIVOKCKS -No pub icily; reeidonts of any
State. Desertion. Non Snpport. Advico and
apptlrationi for ftuuip. W. H. I, KB, Att'y,
sri!ii way, x,
DVEKTISEKR! tend f r our Select Lift of Local
Newapapa a. Geo P. Howell & Co.,
to Spruce St., N. Y.
THAT SETTLES IT.
Bforifflit into Competition with the
World, the Best Curries off
At tho ifroiit Centennial Exhibition of 1876, the
leading products or all the branchea of the World'
Industry were assembled at Philadelphia. To
curry on" a prise in the face of that tremendous
competition was a tank of no ordlnarv difficulty.
Inventions and preparations for ul uvlatlon of pain
and tho care of disease were present In tlio great
est possible variety', representing tho skill and the
profonndeat study of the age, and It may bo of vital
importance to you, personally, to know that tho
highest and only meda given to rubber Porous
plasters, was awarded to the manufacturers of
BENSON'S CAPCINK POROUS PLASTER, by
the following Jury :
Un. WM. KOTn, Surgeon General, Prussian army.
J. II. THOMPSON. A.M., M.D., Washington, D. C.
C. II. WHITE, II D., New Orloans.
ERNEST FLElSCn, M .D., Austria.
The decision was afterwards confirmed by the
medical Jury at the Parts Exposition. Kuowluqr
the value of such high and unbiased testimony,
the medical profession, both In the United State
and In Europe, quickly threw aside the old, slow
acting plasters they bad been nslng, and adopted
Benson's in their regalar practice. That physi
cians and aurg ous of the broadest reputations did
this, distinctly proves the lutilnslc merit of ths
It is no more than Just to add tuat tho average)
physician of to-day Is not dominated by the pre
judices wh'.ch retarded the progress and modified
tho successes of his predecessors of not more than
tweutv-Avuye.irs ago. Ho accepts hints from all
quarters and endorses nbd alopta demonstrated
healing agents wherever he finds them.
The rltflil of Benson's Capclne Porous Plaster to
stand at the head of all external applications what
soever, for the mitigation or en re of disease, is no
Let the, purchaser, however, be on his guard
against imitations. The genuine has the word
CAPCINEeiT In tho middle.
Scabtiry a Johnson, CUemlsts, New York.
Wauted Teachers! P.? Month
Steadr emp'oyment dnrlne spring aud Sum
mar. Address J, (J. Mo URUY, Chicago, Id.
I huve a ponUlva reuu'dy (or the above U.tii; by Us
0e ihiiiiKniiils or (anna ul the want kind anil of (unit
euiiUlnglievobuen cured. lnilPoii.st.IronKln my fail U
irther with aVALfAlll.H TKKAl'lHKon ttiia dlaeaae,ti
Uijf auHurr. Ulve Kaimoa ami F. o. addrena.
DU, T. A. BLUCLH, mi fuarl Bl., New Turk.
u i I'liiriK-j, mat 1 will apim I nil nun l.bl 1 It K K, lii
JOHNSON'S ANODYNI LINIMINT 'U
ItoeltlTely prevent thla Utrrlhle dlaeaM, and wOJ poel
tlrrly cure nine eaaea out ol ten. Inf ormalU'n .load
will nay umnyllr.,ei.iil frmhy mad. Don's delay a
nioinonl. freenlon la better lhan wire. I H, Jt)H".
HON A CO., BitNniN. MAHH,, forniiTly TtAwiviR, Ma.
nrPiaaoaa' HvauAnra llui nuke wn rich blood.
-rm J fllaot, Hie te sweopinj by, fct
I I I JlWjIf I "and daro ltetore yeuille, nmv
l fi I thlug mighty and en bl lino
I Ij I iVj I leave behind toconquer time."
Bii,we(,, your own town.
Five Dolrar'ouifit fro. No
risk. Everything new. Capital not required. Wa
will furnish you everything, Many are making
fortunes. Ladle make aa much as men, ami boya
and girl make great pay . Header, If you want
business at which you can make great pay all th
time, write for particulars to U. iCvLLiTr CO.