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WIT AND HUMOR.
From flower fair, beyond oompsre,
Itltm odors which, no rich mid raro,
Antlrnug enough toolmkium; '
While from thu IihiiU. so soft ami dank,
Wbnroon Ihn moss pruws rluh mid rank,
Leaps forth the curly orouk uues.
All reel-fucoel wouion are not residents
DniHsniRkers ought to make good rail
road conductors, they aro accustomed U
making up long trains.
Most women tremblu at tlio disoharo
nt a gun, and yet they are- perfectly
familiar with powder pud's.
There's a diflercuce between tho af
fability of a young girl and the tuft'yhil
fly of tho experienced flirt.
Mark Twain is the name of a Colo
rado mine. Can't In; because they hnvo
to dig over a pood dual of rubbisij to
get any metal out of it, can it?
If you ask a baldliemled man how lio
would prefer to bo upholstered, he'll
likely express a desire for mo'-hair on
the top of his head.
It is said that wheu a cricket alights
on the neck of a New York dudo lie
screams louder than tho girl who sees a
snaLo At the picnic.
When an elderly maiden lady adowis
hersolf with false hair, false tooth, paint,
powder, etc., sho is "making up" for
When a certain bnchclor was married,
members of the bachelor club broke him
up by sending him.as a wedding present,
a copy of "l'uradiso Lost."
"History repeals iUolf ' is an old say
ing, but you can't make a boy believe it
who has Ix'en up at school with his les
Teacher: "Can you tell mo which is
the olfactory organ?" Pupil frankly
answers: "S'o, ir." Teacher: Cor
rect." Pupil goes otr in a brown study.
"Tho jack's trumped," said the cartl
playcr as the train jolted uncomfortably.
"And the track's jumped," ssid his part
ner, as tho traiu rolled into tho ditch.
Should music bo sold by the chord?
Drum music might be sold'by the pound.
Xcu . And bad music is very often giv
en away by the choir.
A now editor, who had wrote his first
article of wit, explained to the inanag
ing editor, who called him up to rebuko
him, tlmt the article was all right as a
pun-ish-nieiit for some person.
Said Mrs. Wank at tho funeral of a
dear friend; "It is too bad, isn't it, that
Clara was so thin w hen sho died? How
much better she would look had she died
before she lost iso much flesh!"
An exchange sas that whittling to n
piano accompaniment is a new whim of
ow lork society belles. As jooplo
cannot talk while whistling, the idea m
not such a had one.
Mrs. Spagirius was boasting of iter
new house. 1 lie wirelow s, she said, were
stained, "ihats too bad; but won't
turpentine or benzine wash it ofl?" ask
ed the good Mrs. Oldboy.
"No, father isn't a drone, either,
saiu a origin inn; "lie s a piuiaumro
iiist, and collects money fur the heathen
id Africa to pay for nnr houo nnd
The Hindoos are said to have 3;W, 000,
(iOO gods. In order to give the ropi'sito
Attention to their religion these heathen
must have a lot of idol tune at their di.
Inductive reasoning Mr. William
Doodle; "Yes, Miss Front. I always wear
glove at night; they make one's hands
so soft. Miss l rost: "Ah! and do you
sleep with your hat on?
A man in New York has refused to
tell why he attempted suicide. It is
probable, however, that in suddenly
turning a corner he encountered a dude,
ami at once perceived that Hie was a
We suppose the principal reason the
Brooklyn bridge directors refused to al
low Mr. Harnum the first opportunity of
sending his elephant across the bridge
was that thev did not want tho Jumbo
ys to acquire the habit of crossing it.
"I set three hens this season, but they
all left their nests before tho hatching
time. Can any use bo made of tho
eggs?" Certainly. Savo them until
next winter. Oscar Wildo is coming
over to play Komeo.
A Judgo remarked: ''Gentlemen of
the jury, in this case the counsel on both
sides are unintelligible; and tho plaint
iff and defendant are both such bad
characters, that to me it is indifferent
which way you give your verdict.
Trt Wnutiinrvf .m . nWlmt il.-inu tlin firr.
... .. w.t.i mil . o v.i. .ih
uro on the capitol represent?" "Lib
erty." "Female lijrure, is it not?"
"Yes." "Very pretty; but what kind
of a woman is this symbol of liberty
aud independence supposed to bo?" "A
servant-girl, I believe.
"Settled with a bullet," says one of
our Y isconsin exchanges in giving an
nrcount of a murder. It does not state
the cause of the troublo between them,
blit it is high timo that the present gen
eration should learn to have uo dealings
whatever with a bullet.
The following order for a set of teeth
was rocontlv received by a Pluttoburg,
N. Y.. dentist: "Mv mouth is three
inches across, live-eighths inches through
tho jaw. Sum hummocks on tho edgo.
Shaood like a horse-shoe, too forward
If you wish tobomoroparticklarlshall
nave to coruo thar.
An old colored preacher in Atlanta,
Ga., was lecturing a youth of his fold
about tho sin of (lancing, wlion tho lat
ter protested that tho bible plainly said:
"There is no time to dance. "Yes, dar
am a time to dance," said tho dark di
vine, "an' it a when a boy gets a whip,
pin' for goin' to a ball."
The New York dispatches state that
Salmi Morse has written a play entitlou
A Bustle Amonir Petticoats." If Mr.
Morse wore an earnest" and thoughtful
studont he would havo learned ore this
that the bustle is iwt among tho petti
coats, but is launched and towed into
position after the pottiooais are au on.
Two Western sportsmen had talked
on on ld of a willow, and were hesi
tating as to whether it would do for
: either to cross the patch of tnud for ft
bird that had booh shot. "Tho end will
Justify the means," said one. The other
danced at his lean trousers, and then at
the mire, and retorted, "Say, rather, it
would mustlfy the Jean."
PrewbUl pMloiophyi Abi.tloiaqi
makes tho heart grow fonder. All swell
that ends well -us regards shoe. Onu
swallow does not inako a bummer.
Distance .lends enchantment to a few.
Lot mo take the ballots of an opera and
I euro not who writes its Kcores. Woman
is not so fair as she's painted. Catch
your hair before you shave it.
A fond and proud parent isshowiu!
a work of art by his dmi'diter to the
delighted company. "This crayon draw
ing," he says, " represents the interior
of a railroad tunnel, through which you
will perceive n train is passing slowly."
J'.xqulHilc! ery line indeed!" says
one of tho company, "but what makes
you say that thetrain is passing through
it slowly?" "Uecause, sir," says the
father acutely, " if it had been running
rapiillv it would have been out of the
tunnel long ago; 'don't you see?"
On one oceaMon Webster was on his
way to his duties at Washington. He
was from Baltimore Ho had no travel
ing companion, and the driver had a
sort of felon look which produced no
inconsiderable alarm in the Senator. "I
endeavored to tranipiilize myself,"
said Webster, "ami had partly succeed
ed, wnen we reached the nark woods
between Bladen.sburg and Washington
a proper scene for murder or outrage
nnd here, I confess, my courage des
erted mo. Ju.it then the driver turned
to me, and, with a gruff voice, iimtiircd
my name. I gave, it to him. 'Where
are you going?1 said be. The reply
was, 'To Washington. I am a Senator.'
Upon this the driver seized uio fervent
ly bv the hand, ami exclaimed, 'How
glad I am! I have been trembling in
my seat for the last hour, for when
looked at you I took you to bo a high
wayman.'" TtB Uountry jjanc?.
People who mice lived in tho country
but who now live in the city, should not
think that the old timo country dance
has been abolished. So long as the corn
row remain, so long as hands grasp the
plow handles and the mule throws up
his head at the sound of the dinner
horn, will tho old time dance linger
with all its early thrill. The country
dance in Arkansas will ever be a char
acteristic of the State's social condition.
It is close in relationship to uncultivated
nature and hus a distinctive groove
which cannot bo blockaded by the ob
structions interposed by wars and re.
construction. 'Iho same programme is
always enacted, in tho evening, when
the young man is through with his work,
he diliirentlv polishes his boots whose
heels are painfully high. His mother
irons ins necktie and his sister "fixes
bis shirt. He brushes his coal and
trousers and wuooths them out on the
bed, and with no feigned air of satisfac
tion does ho stand oil' and survey them,
lien he attains "full rig," ho is pain
fully particular lest a speck of dirt
should settle on hi vest, ami be does
not hesitate to publicly brush a fly from
his coat sleeve. He holds his saddle at
arms length when ho goes out to
"ketch" his horse, and he walks at a
safe distance from the trough lest ho
should soil his clothes; in short, the
young man who a few moments ago
wore a checked shirt and dirty jeans
breeches is now "nirired in overdress.
His saddle creaks as he rides away and
his father looks after him with an ait
At the dance, before the "sets" are
formed, the young man aud his com'
panions tell old jokes and laugh. They
speak in whispers of young ladies and
call each particular favorite a "hum
mer. Shortly after the dance begins,
a fiddle string breaks and it becomes
necessary to send to the nearest store.
four miles distant, and get another
string. The young man, stimulated by
the approving smile of his "hummer, '
takes upon himself the duties of. the
errand. While ho is ouo the coin puny
plays ;'01d Sister Ph.rbe" and "Weav
oily Wheat." The store-keeper is in
bed, of course. hen ho is arousec:
and made to understand the importance
of the occasion, ho proceeds to supply
the demand. He oilers the young man
a drink of whisky, which he gratefully
accepts. Then the storekeeper asks
him who are at tho dance ami in tho
meantime several more drinks are
taken, nnd when the young man leaves
he carries with him a pint bottle. Tho
people at the dance hear him yell as ho
comes through the woods. He enters
thohouewith a swagger nnd is drunk
just as soon as the warm air strikes
him. lie gives the remaining whisky
to tho fiddler, ami joins in the dance.
to theimniineul peril of the "old folks,"
who sit near the swaying circle. He
keeps on in this way year after year,
until he marries his "hummer." After
this ho only attend one or two dances,
for tho "hummer" soon loses her taste
and ability to thoroughly enjoy such
proceeding); but his younger brother
takes his place and thus keeps alive a
social phase or Arkansas Inc. Artcan
What is the Use of Snakes?
C. C. Hoopoy, in his very interesting
work on "Snakes," writes of their use
fulness as follows:
"Persons who disliko snakes contin
ually ask, 'What is the use of them?'
That they are not without a use will, I
hope, nppear in the course of this work,
were it necessary to preach that all
things have their use. Bitf, in one habit
that offended Lord Bacon, namely, of
'going 'on their belly,' lies one of their
greatest uses, becauso that, together
with their internal formation and ex
ternal covering, enables them to peno
trnlo where no larger carnivorous animal
could venture, into dark and noisome
morasses, bog jungles, swamps, amid
tho tangled vegetation of the tropics,
where swarms of tho lesser reptiles, on
which so many of them feed, would
otherwise outbalaneo tho harmony of
naturo, dio, and produeo pestilence.
"Wondrously and exquisitely eon
'strucled for their habitat, they are ablo
to exist where the higher animals could
not; and while they help to clear thoso
inaccessible places of thu lessor vermin,
they themselves supply food for a num
ber of the smaller mr-mmalia, which,
with many carnivorous birds, devour
vast n umbers of young snakes. Tho
hcdg"iiog, weasel, ichneumon, rat, pec
cary,' badger, hog, goat, and an Im
mense number of birds keep smil es
within duo limits, while the latter per
form thoir part among tho grain-dovour-Ing
and herbivorous lesser creatures.
Thu? beautifully is the balance of nature
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE G, 1683.
Thu first uvular meeting this month of
the city council was held lust night. Every
member, including tho mayor, was prcseut.
The reading of tho minutes of previous
meeting ln-ing finished, reports of oflicers
were received and referred.
Street committee recommended the
purchase of sewer pipe ami the repsir
of sewers and ofCucliu bridge.
Ordinance committe n ported ordinance
establishing grade of Levee street to be fifty-five
feet at junction with Cross levee and
decline gradually to fifty-three feet at junc
tion with Mississippi levee.
Fiuance committee reported on comptrol
ler's report giving amounts neces
sity for the city government dur
ing next fiscal year and offered
ordinance Rppropnating amounts specified.
Ordinance referred to ordinance committee.
Finance committee also reporjed having
destroyed over nineteen thousand dollars of
the city's securities, received from city
Samo committee recommended that peti
tion of lumber merchants, that they be al
lowed to do business without license, be
not granted. Action upon recommendation
was deferred until next meeting.
Petition of D. McCarthy, to enct frame
building in fire limits was referred to com
mittee on police, jail and fire department.
Committee on police, jail and fire depart
ment recommended the liquor bond of
Wm. Kinntbrew be rejected. On motion
of Alderman Patier bond was referred
back for further security.
Petition of Anchor fire company for ad
ditional suction and play pipe was favora
bly reported upon by the committee above
named, and the report was concurred ic by
L.H.Myers was granted permission to
erect or place frame buildings on vacant lots
on Thirteenth street, the rules being sus
pended to adopt ordinance to this effect.
The petition of D. Holmes for abatement
on sidewalk tax was referred to mayor with
authority to act.
Petition of citizens of Fifth ward for con
struction of walk on Nineteenth street, was
referred to committee on streets.
Rough and Ready fire company was
given use of St. Mary's Park on Fourth of
July, under direction of street committee
A petition of citizens for walk on Cedpr
street in Fourth ward was referred to com
mittee on streets.
Alderman Swohoda fffered resolution to
fill certain Btrects uptown, which, with nu
merous amendments covering streits in
different parts of the city, was referred to
committee on streets.
Alderman Hughes offered resolution that
committee on police, jail and fire depart
mcht examine public cisterns and repair
and till Bnme as may be necessary. Al
dirmmi Lancaster offered amendment to
build new cistern in Fifth ward. On mo
tion of Alderman Mcllale, resolution and
amendment were referred to committee on
police, jail and tire department.
Alderman Swoboda offered resolution
atking for crossing over Nineteenth street
Hud Commercial avenue. Resolution was
referred to committee on streets with full
power to act.
Liquor bonds were approved.
Bids of Sam Brown and Michael Gaiviu
for removing garbage from city were re
ferred to board ef health.
Alderman Patier offered resolution that
city marshal report at next meeting of
council, names of all persons who are still
arrears to the city with licenses. Resolu
Alder Mcllale offered resolution provid
ing tl tit city comptroller be authoribed to
purchase coat lor assistant chief ef fire de
partment, indicating his etflicial position,
to be worn by said official at tires. Resolu
tion referred to committee on police, jail,
and lire department.
, Mayor then named the several commit
tees and made the following nominations
for police constables.
Patrick Mahanny, Oregon Bonghtier,
Anthony McTiue, Richard Taylor, Ileniy
Hunker, J mi. P. Iloijan, Jno. Tyler.
All but Richard Taylor weie unanimous
ly confirmed. Taylor was confirmed by a
bare majority of the council.
Council then adjourned.
A colored woman named Liudah,
Cut her hand washing awindah,
She soon cured the barm,
For St. Jacobs Oil's charm
Cured all tho pain that wan indah.
A Chicago district assessor has been
caught in the act of doctoring his assess
ments to suit customers. Some he return
ed at very letw figures and others he omit
ted from the list altogether. Fer these fa
vors ho made bargains according to the ser
vice rendered. From eno man hogeita
pair of shoes, from another a five dollar
bill. Ho was open for offers of any kind,
and when thu offers were not tnado ho
opened negeitiatinna himself. For all this
ho has been punished by dismissal from
office. His offence is iudictable, but his
chief says ho never hoard of anybody's be
ing Bent to the penitentiary for such doings,
ami tho prtispcct is he never will. It lurns
out that Bomo fifty property-owners had
yielded to tho assessor's seductive offers.
Thoir offences aro also indictable, but they
are thought to be sufficiently punished by
slapping on a good, stiff assessment. The
assessor's office did not even propose to let
the nefarious transactions bo known, but a
Herald reporter exposed the whole busi
ness. The incident is said to throw a flood
of light on the low personal property as
aessments In some of the Chicago districts.
Will you Couuh when Shiloh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
KUs' Cream Balm, for Catarih. Ceilds in
the' Head, liny Fever, &c. By its usei I havo
overcome a elihaieuatilo elischnruc from my
nosiriis, am ine tiom pain in my eyes and
head. John V. Lane, Hard ware" Merchant,
B-i'No family Dvts were ever so inu-
lur as the Diamond Hye s. They never fail.
Tl... Ill ...I. !.. . . . .
iiiu ukick is inr superior toiogwooei. Any
odor 10 cents.
Unless it had great merit Purker's Ginger
niic Ci.Uld not be kii tmMilur. Ita hhIi; hits
spread remarkably everywhere-, bi causo in-
viuos nna it gives them new We and vigor
when other mcdicinpH fil entirely. Ohio
JJtopsy and Klieumattsni.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
the use of Sueur's Port Grape Wine-, of New
Jersey, of incalcuable benelit. lis purity
ana valuable properties have uiven it a
wide reputation anions physicians throui;b-
out this ciuntry and Europe. This wine
teiok the highest premium at the late Cen
tennial. It is excellent tor weary and de
bilitated females, ai.d used by the lest fam
ilies in New York as an evening family
wine, t or sale uy l'aul. u. schuh.
To Tho West.
There aro a numbered 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
wtirth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fir est make arc attached to all trains.
M Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
if, mia """iiect with express trains ef all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omahb, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of thh
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. Kixnan, F. Chandi.kr,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Edgar & East, Coulterville. 111., write
"Brown's Iron Bitters is telling very well."
Disease, Propensity and Patsicn, brines
Mankind numberless ailments, foremeu-t
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bihty, ami unnatural weakness of Genern
tive Organs: Allen's Brain Food puccefsrul
ly ewercomes these troubles and restores the
sufferer to bis former vigor, f 1. At drug
Never before has a remedy of so much
merit as Elys' Cream Balm, for tho cure el
Catarrh, Hay lever and Colds in the head
been offered to the public. No dread at
tending the application. Price 50 cents.
Apply into nostrils with little finger.
Fast ami Loose.
Decay loosens the teeth. SOZODONT
removes the cause eif their destruction, aud
they retuin their place in the dentil pro
cess. After a few applications, it will be
noticed that tho natural indentations in
them, formerly filled with corroding tin tar,
present a Fpo'less appearance nd the'ir en
amelled surfaces glisten with becoming
lustre. Thus beauty ia heightened and
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dipthcria and Canker
T. LOUISA ST. PAUI
PACKBT COMPANY'S ' I
Fine Side-Wheel Passenger Steamers
Bftwen ST. LOUIS. HANNIBAL, QTJINCT.
JUJOKCTK, BURLINGTON. HOCK iSLANO.
DAVENPORT. CLINTON, Dl'BUQUK,
XA0KO8US, ST. PAUL aud MINNEAPOLIS.
Ht Paul Pni-knU Iit St. Iiiili vrjf MoDdr,Wt
BMdnrnnd Frhlny, t 4 p.m. Qulnor i Knokak Pack
et. IntiveNt. Loniddiillr, HundHy Anwptmlt I p.m.
Kxcamlon Tickets at low rates to St. Puul, Lake
AllnnntnnkK adiI nil Nnrlhnra Hummer itaflorls. Illrnaft
and rhaiMifWt.rotitM to l)akntn, Mont un. nnd Manitoba.
Knr lllmtnilid Gim'Id Uixik, tlmn tabled, uumrQipir
ndfntlvht fBti'.,ntidotritirtormit!on, ndrtre.
ST. LOUIS BT. PAUL PACKET CO.
Yrharfboulfuuln'Qllvstiu, bl. LOUIS. faQi
Ttic tiDo paenoneor end freight steamer
Lcuve t'siro ivory Mondnv, WoiluedHy Hiid
Friday morning at 10 o'clock tot Tlpluuville nd
Maie & wonroo Ms., Chicago
YSlmm-l wemM twy ivMrm (hair
Lit IvO, irw) ikutt, .iiu r.iitrtii.rt
I f IviUumvnls hlu, 4 'si, IMu.
Pompom, Ltmiilws Cnp-Uuip.
1in.la, Prtnu rtlifH Mafh, mmi
"I Km Rinxlry M.tit Omfiu, I;rtr1ntf
Uurhl-, nl-o Ihfltidm lu-Unrttrtl tut fct-
ptwriwa tor n mill imi iviua, U4 ft LlWgua
'lMo)iuHri'alwayioii lh look
J lout for thaiicui to Incrciii'o
thciir ontnhiK", and in timo
lipconio wuaitliy : thoie viio
do not Imnriivu thi-lr ontmr
tunllle romnln lu iiovnriv.
Wu orTor b Kroat chance to mnko money. Wo t ot
nmny men, woman, lioyii and irirln to work Inr n
rlRht l.i ihelr own locUtt. Auy tine ran tin thu
work properly fmm the fimt mart. The tiniiliii'
will par rorrv tlian tun times ordinary ww". Ex.
pcimivo outfit furniahed freu. No onu who aniraiioii
fal l to make monwy raii'illy. You can devi te
your wholr tlmn to thu worki or nnlv ynur upare
mnmontii. Full Information and all Uial la nnudi'ri
unifruu. Addrma HTIN80.N A r,0. 1'ortUiid, Me
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lirnvvd of olitnal un, it, to ftni- lit who derua
to piiraoo thrlr s udlo at I bin ormlier Law hool ;
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to prsctltionera who have not hml the advaiitnuu of
yatemattc Inatruetlou, Kor olrcular inrel'. O.
IJulvemltr of Vs.) to John U. Wlnor, 1'ruf. Com.
sndHlat. Law. . .
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prlriKi too low. Also the followi
inuoi Alex. u. ti'piin, Mc , 'ic and 35c.
I.licof WaabUiRtoa Irving, by htoddard, - Be.
l.ifuof .Sir IHKiic. Newton, by Jan. I'nrlou, - . Jc.
nip au wuiKio, Dy vtamincioH Irving, - M.
liiiriiliig of Itome, by Canon Farrar. -c
Amvrican llnmo:lt Arti'tnna Waul, !!c.
r.noc.h Aiilfii, by Allrid Tonnynon, - .V,
D.'H'tlfd VilliiL'H.I Iib Tiavuler. Oodimiih. ic.
Conor', s.iurdav lbt, ulc, Hube rt H'irii, - ic.
Srlii ar'a Song of the Hell, nd other l'minp, - -Jc.
The tii'a Surticut, of Sripnu. Andrew WIUuii, vir,
World 'maKhire. by W. Mattieu Wllllum", - 2c
JtJllN H. ALOtN, Publlhur, 18 Veev Kt. N. Y.
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Has been so frequently ami aatlnfaetorlly rrovoa
that It aeeiua aiuioat niperflnoiu to my anytljlDK
more in tlielr favor. The iiuuieuau and coimtatiUy
lacreaaUiK demand for tlieni, both in thin aud fon'Uru
conutriea, In the Unit evideiiro of their value. Their
tale to-day in the Uultvd bum la fur (frvutur tbau
any other oathartlo nicillclne. Thin demand la
Dot ipaHinodlc, It Is riular aud atenJy. It la uot
of to-day or ymkiriUy, it la au lueramm that haalieoD
ateadilyirrovriuif fortheUntUilrty.flveyiwm. What
are the reaaoua for this Kroat tud ttrowitiK demand!
lr. Hrhenrk's Slandrnke HlllMomtaln no mar
cury, and yet tbey act with wonderful effect iiiou
the Uvnr. They cluauM the KtiuaaeU and bowula ot
all IrritatiDir matter, which, If allowed to remain,
pohwnatlie Mooii, and brium on Mulnrla, Chilli aud
Fever, and many other dlMaiteti. '1 lu y irive hultli
and atrunirth t the diKimtivu onrana. 1 Imy create
appetite and iriveviirortn tbn wliele ayatvni. Tliey
are In fact the medlome of all othern whlcli ahould
be taken tntimen Ukethe prownt, when uialarialand
Other epidi'inh am ratrlnir, as they pn'ruro tliBHya.
tern to reaiet attankx of di Henna of every character.
Ir. Nrhrnrk' .Unnilrnke I'illa are Hold by all
dnuwtetn at i.tc.r box.or acnt by mail, iKdpaid,
on reuulpt of price.
Dr. Srhenek'n lloi.k on CoiihuiiiiI inn, Liv
er Coimilnlnt and lVKi-ii.in, iu Knvlieh or
Oerman, ia neut free to iUI A.l.lr. Dr. J. II.
WIIENC'K A HON, i'hiludelpliln, Pn.
W,'R0SEWU0D 7 0 r. HAHO,
t, ill. Ll...nw II '
Willi 8lonl.. iliKiK
ufMitiin i net. J'lano.
SWf 1 B n I 19
THAPEL OHGAN. $70.
TUPKINWIH It t o , it)
Went 11th Pt. N. Y.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
The llnwitrd (inlvnolcKhleliV
tindnurnthir r.lectro Ohi
vitnie nnd Mimietic Appil
AaeeM and tfiirniMDla are a
i mire cure for NnrvntiiiIMll-
It y. I'nrHOnln, Kheiiiuiitlinn
ot Vttn) l'.norur. Overwork
nd Hrnlfl, Wmik llm k, Kid
ney, l.iver, aud Htomitch
comiihilntii, and ureiiiini.t
ed to KiriiKH Ska. Tliew
very lultwt. no-
rmved, end en
other, an they
hieldR, ciiHHlng no
iRonia, nor Irrlta-
II. in nrthe nklo
ran be worn at
work aa wnll aa
real only noUoa
el.le to Mrr,
etiiKoa of ail
ll otlieoellt. ThuMfor MEN ONLY Hi nni'e roach
the Mill ol dliieae)!, aa tliey aet direul iiikio Irm,
Mun'ulnr.and tlenenitlva CnterN. siedlly retorina
th vitality wlileh l Klmtrleity drainwl rroiathaav
tern by oieeea or IndiNcrollonfl, they thoa In a natund
way overcome the wenkneu wit hout, druaaina the loin
Bob. They will rure every chmi ihort of Inieiurnl de
Reoaratlon, and we ara preimred to fiiralihlhe moat
emphatic, and iiholute priatt to auppert nor clalme,
I Hunt rated l'amiiblut Free. or aunt sealed fordo laiitewe,
ComulUtioo I AMERICAN OALVANIO CO.
frMtlnvltell 3 1 2 N. Oth $t.i St. Louls,M2
A Now snd complete Tlotot, fronllnit on I, eve.
Second and linllroud Htreuts,
Tho I'aamnKer lienot of Iho Chlraeo, Ml. ,onis
anil .eew (irlranni Illinois t'eulral; Wabaeh, Hi,
I.mila and relAr( lion Mountain nnd Hnaihern,
Mobile and Ohio; Calm aud Ht. I.oiua liaiiwaya
are all Juai cro tint alfueti whllo Uio Ntoamhoat
Laud ing la bt one aatiare diatant,
, 'I'llli Holol la healed by steam,' haa atemn
Laundry, tlyrtnu.llo Klnvalnr, Klurtrlr Cull llella,
Automallo Flru-Alarms, Ilnlha, ahsnliitely pure air.
Berlortavwergii and ottii1i'U' ttpiolmnitM .
1 rlutierh fitrtueljlnuf i perfrnvl suryleii; ami an uu
tic. lies Inhle ,
U V. VA1 K Kit At H ..l ,'whk
- . . -
I KW.fewii j
A iHiwei'Iiil ireiitrulloii coin
poscd mostly ot Essential Oils
Hie most penetrating Liniment
in Urn Stomach and Bowls.
Dtioidi'd 0iii.i.n expreHd In laugnajre that can
hu iiiHl. r-'oi.il; tho proniptcat, fil kit and mod ac
rnia' tnt ktn-.o of whatever In the wide world is
worlh atle' lion That i what everybody it iBrs
to find In Hiiydit on of THR ISt'N. Ma'oacrlptlon :
IiAtir (4 pHgdii), by mail, We a mouib, er Id 50
a yi'ar; Hunhav (8 paauio, l.eoper year; Wiiklt
t rii."'"1. fl.'Oper year.
I. W, K eiLANi). I'ul.llHhcr, New V rkClty.
niVoltCE.S.-No publlelty; rcaideiits of any
estate. UpM-rlion, Nun Hmipoit. Advice and
application for Mnip. W. II. I.EK, Att'y. 39
Kroadway, N. V,
WE wlllpr lh bni t.wrd Inr In f tutnt Llw Cfmpl.tl'
t MP0, SI. k ll. uliu.hii, lii.liillon, C.imUtloii or Cfellrtruu,
wi.uuotcurt with V.it', V.ii.KI.I, Llt.r I'llli, h.n lb dim
lloollr. itrlrllr Cimpld llb. l iny art iurl; Trmtabla, Hut
arm fsll lo girt Ull.lll..n. H.iC,r CnltJ. Utf bi.ir,,
lAinltif 34) pill,, H etoti, Ytt Hit l y mil drnffiku. Hara of
i..inlnif,ll. hi. I in..uh..m. Tlit ncnnint Bianuhcturrd miIt bf
fulIN '. tt KVT I'll., l,-l A I1 W. HvVwk St., Cklmt
.i-hi.i pi.uv un, uy uiaii tirtiai4i.nrellT4 w
Health is Wealth !
llll K. C. WriMT'S NeUVT. AND lllt.VlM TEAT. '
Mkm, n KimrHiileeil piwitie fur llytirin, Dizzi,
noes, CoiiviiUinnH, File, Norvoiw Neuralgia,
llewlirhe, Nnrvona Prcwlrnlinn chuhvi by the uoe
of hleobnl or tolmocn, Witkofulneea, Merttul De
lirpaaion, Hufteiiinii of tl.n lirnin roeulting in in
umity hint lfHiling to in iwiry, tlocny anil death,
I'reniHluro Ud Ak, llnrronnues, Liwa of power
in oillier eox, Involuntary Iiotwoa mid Hermat
orrbo tt rnuatii byovnr-oxortion of th bruin. aulf
uVuihh or iivcr-iiiiluUoiice. Km h box coutuint
ono month's treiitm.uit. $l.uia box. or an boxet
for i.ex.l, Mint by mail vrep-iidon receipt of price.
l: t.l AU.WTI'.F, NIX UOXKH
To euro any cas. Willi euch onlor received by ui
for nix boxea. iii'CoinpnniiHl with f.'UII, we will
sonil the purfhHHr our written iruuraiitee to re
fund thu money if the tmntment docs uotettect
a cure, liimmutoea iaeutHlonlyby
IlAIfHY W. SGIIUII,
Drugglat. Cor. Commercial are. & IHlh at.. Cairo.
" C17 St. Charlos Stroot, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A reitulur OrmluHte of twe ninlleal
rollexi , bai l'i'ii lunuer eiiaiged In the treat
ment of I 'liroiiif, Nervoue, Mini ami
lU.io.1 iH'iise4 than imy oilii rpbvilelan In
St. I.nuli., h city pupeiH utw nmlallolil rem.
di nin know, ( uiiiilini!oii . t urn. v or ky mall,
fieeiinl Invited. A irlendlv Ulk or lilii.lnli.n
cons nulliim'. When It Is lui'onvriileiit to visit
1 tie eltv .or treatment, nieilli'lnei can Iwaem
hy mull or eMinn i ver lu re. Ciirahle ra.e
Liii.r.iiii I; h bero doiilit exists ll. is Iruukly
Muled. Call or W'rlle.
Nervous Proatration, Debility, Mental and
rhysical Weakneii.,Morcurial and other
affection, of Throat, Skin and Bonea, Blood
Impuritiei and Blood Poionlng. Skin AfTtc-
tiom, Old Soroi and Ulcers, Impedimtnta to
MarriagH, Rheumatism, Pilea. Spaoial
attention to casos from over-worksd brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive Bpeoial attention.
Diseasea ariaing from Imp rudencea, Exceaaea
Indulgoncaa or Expovirea.
It I. .elf-i'vldeut that a pbvulcliin p.iyliiK
partli'iibir aileulloii to a eliisn in easel ailalini
tirent skill, ami ibvielns in reKiilar prnetlee
all over the eoiiuiry kuowlni: tills. iri"ii"iitly
r Miiiii ii'l eases id ihe el.l. i i.illi'eln America.
where every known appllHin'C Is resorlcil to,
aud tile provoil khihI i''iii(llea of ull
' HW nnd I'.iiintrlea are use. I. A whole home la
Used fornlllee pnn.oses, and all are treated with
kill In a rrspeetl'iil manner! nud. kuowlni;
whxt to do. no t' h r 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 m are madu. Ouac- a
.'.mill ol Hie una! iimiilier aiplvlii(, the
rharKi' lire kept low, olteu lower than In
il.'iii.in.leil In Miners It you secure the skl'l
un. I ii. ! nspeeily nnd pi fli'i't lit, eure, that la
the Hup.. l imit imillei. 1'mi.i lili I, SU pagek,
aenl Pi imy a.l.hess free,
plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Kleirmit rloth ni'd itiltlilndlus, fen led for 60
rents In pintaxe or i iirreni )' liver lllly won
I'l rful pen pl. lures, true lo lire artlelemin the
iiIIom lim iiiieels. Whii may marry, who uot;
Vibvr Proper iil'i' to iiiiu rv. Who marry llrst,
auhiaid, W oiiiaiibmi'l. Plivsleal decay. Who
nil. hi I.I inrir.y. II. iw Hie sod happiness may Ik
jncrea id. I'luise nnini.il or eiiiilniiPlallMij
innrrvliK 'boiild .reinl IU It otiirht lo be read
uy all loliill pei -ons, tin n kept under loek and
ki'v. I'opubir I'd I lion, eame as above, hut par
rover and 1 pime ti rents by mull, lu luuueJf
Nuurozoni), enow Neivo-Mfe, NtrPlii.Mli Hint
'iui.iiis,i piMiilvp resiorullve for the Loss of
Mmily Vlicoi' In Yomiir, Middle-Aited and
Old Mon, no inulti'i' li'inn v. Init cuiise. In Ner
voun Doblllty, Exhauation, Impotency,
Seiutnal Weitkness, mill kiiulreil ulliiieula,
Ibis ht uuliird Kemoity is n certain oure.uini
luall Mirh snlleiers, who send tl mateineiit o(
Ibi'lr Ironblea, u iiniintlty sunieicnt tu prnvj Its
virtue will bo aepf Frrte of Cost. Address,
'I hat ni irl ii un average '..(HI to tH u.) per day pro
in, sen uu uio -i-oeaet ,m inual," I lie most nitrveh
Ion IHtle volumuevur aeced. Needed, endoraed
nud piirrh'tied by all cliiaaes; nolhlnit in thu hook
line ever etimil lo it. Will prove it or forfeit .V 0.
Complete, earn pi u and ouillt.fr c . or lull parti
tillers for stamp. Don't aiart out nitalu until vou
learn whnl lealdof this hook and what oilier
are dnln. W. II. TIIUMPMUS, l'nhllsher, ul
Arch Street, Philadelphia. I'a, aprS-.'lm
I "V "1 f inot, tile is sweeping hy, go
l ivi a land nare liotoru yuudlu, soiui.
t M iiu mlulitv and aiihllinn
leave nehlnil toooiiquurtinie."
mi a week in your owu town.
f ive. Dollar oililtt rre. Mi
risk, Kvervlhlnu now. Capital not ruqulrod. tVu
will ftirtilsli you everything Many are maklni
(ortnnen. Ladles make as much as men snd boys
snd iilrls make ureal pay Header, If you want
huslunsii at whR-h von ran make (rest pay all ths
time, write for partlciil irs loll HAl-l.t l l' CO,
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMKNT IU
saaltlvaly srsvent this terrible Ulewem, snd will peal
lively mimnlna esse enl of ten. Informntt.n thai
iwiu wtv aninT iirrs, ai'4it irveny man lam tdebayv.
invuvi'Mi'nirrveiiy stall Hon Idektra,
rtvi ntli.ti nis'iierthanmira. j.H.Jul
I . . s, i ' - 'I,1 1 i n itr., iurwwriy llftaaML jas. 1
'. UT I'Asawaa' . vasuiivs Wils ssaht ss atalsliaS