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IK fell ait IS
t',.r.n. Cnrarit. in wiiTriintt'd Slltlg-
factor to its wwrer i" ""very way,
or the immev will be retimded by
tho person from whom It waa bought.
The onlr Oorwt pronouiwl by our toiullnK physician
not Inlurloon to thi wearer, iimli-mlin-inby lndu u
I Ixi " m.ieomfuitille iuul prl'i-t flltii.it Comet ever
""uiU PUK ES, by Mull, Poue Piddi
Healtb Preaenrtnc t.5l, l!ir. Ad1uttnif, t 50
Abdumlnul (catra heavy! - Niir.lng. 1.60
Utulth I'rmrvln (tine Mil .00. 1'urag-in
fatrt-rtuppoMliitf- 1. .".,
Fur Mile by leuiiing li-tnU i ul r-. rry where.
CHICAGO COliSl.T CO.. I'MeuBU, JJ1.
HAS DEEN PROVED
ThA S1IDEKT r.UHK TOF
Vay-k or liaardcred lirtne Indl-
oate that you aroviotiml THEN DO NOT
HESITATE! UBS iLKUiey-won at once, lurug
lelaU rooommeud It) and It will speedily over-
L. iv iIIimm nrl HMtaH health-V" action.
g orAe or oompuuua peouuar
and weakneaaee, luaney. w on ib muui(ww,
m It will act promptly and aoiely.
EltnarBex. inooaunenoo.TOMnuon oiuruu,
MaV tiiaf nvvnnvflonoaita. and dull draffzina
Ipelna, all speedily yima 10 us ourauve power,
O. BOLD BY BBWOIBTB. PBM 1.
"Mr. Ethan Lawrence, my townsman," pay Dr.
Pb'lip 0. halloa, of Monktiin, Vt., "was bloated
from kidney diaeane. The klu of ht leg ahonu
llkegla-B, Mdncy-Wort cmiKU him. Apr. 20-82.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of tho Kidneys and
It baa apooiflo action on thi moat Important
organ, enabling- it to throw oil torpidity and
Inaction, attenuating the healthy aooreUonof
the Bile, and by keeping the bowel In tno
oondition, effecting ita regular discharge!.
wM lirit If you arosuflering from
nflQIUriUa malaria, havo the ehilla,
are bilioua, dyspeptic, or oonstlpoted. Kidney
Wort will auraly relieve and qoiokiy Pure.
In the Spring to oloansoUie System, every
one should take a thorough eourae of it.
U. 80LDBY DRUCCI8T8. Price tl.
"Tell my brother soldier," wrilea J . C. Power,
of Trenton. 111., "and all olhers, too, ttiKt Kidney.
Wort CI'HBI) MY SO YKAns LIVP.Il HIMOItl.Ml Ptlll-
tirh it, pleae, iu tho Ht Louis Olohe lieniiicrnt."
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE CF
,lmjimua i. a riMTAlimt in thia ao tin
flBu" . a- mtY-
rrw ae uonatipauoa, . j -
i cure. wnawveruiounuBo.iiuwv.".
the oaae. thia romen y wm ovorouaim..
mm wmn rum awnmum
oompuoatod wllhoonitipaHon. Kidney-Wort
cure, ellainaaoi jruoa evou u wwww
and medlctnoe have before lallod.
f9"If yon have eitner 01 mm wramia
WprICKSI.IUSE 1 Druggie. Sell
Another fintik Ciiali-ur c'iie. lii-X. .11. Ilotat,
rah'r t)f V eretown (I'a ) Until.-, valri, reruntly:
"Kidney-Wort clukd mt iii.kbiiimi pn,ka." ,
HE GREAT CURE
Aa It la for all the painful dlarnaoa of the'
KIDNEY8.LIVER AND BOWELS.
It olaanaea the ayeUim of th anridvolaon
Uiat eauaca tho divaoful nuifl-ring which
only tho vlnttme of ll!icanntlim can reallae,
THOUSANDS OP CASES
ef the wont toraia of thia U-rriulo dlaaaae1
have beenqtdckly relieved, and in ahorttiaw
rmcT, ft. Liqnu on uiir, sold iu uui-gcirth.!
Iry ean lie wnl Dr mall.
IWEI,L8,mcniAB.nHON Co., Burlinirton Vt
"Kidney-Wort bn given isimbiiiayr hki.ikk, In
many cunei ril rlii iiiniitimn. iull im undir my notice."--Dr.
l'lillip (J. Hailon.Mniikton, Vt. Apr "-2
"I never fitind even relief, from rhen tnnliHin and
kidney trmilili'ii 111 I naml Kidn-)-Wort. Now
I'M well." I'kvld M. Hiitter, lUrlfurd, Wiac.
Tbo only known tptdflc for ICpllr-ptlc l'ltn.-fc
9-Alao for Hpnam and Fall In u hlckn'in.-fcS
Ncrvoua Wcakucm quickly relieved aud cured.
Equitllcd by none lu delirium of fever. tit
S-Neutrallzet gcrmB of dlrcanc aud ihknnii.
Cure nglr blotchoa tod tluhborn blood aorei.
Cleanup blood, finlckentnluKirl'h circulation.
Eliminate Holla, Carbuncle and tkaldi.tt
r Permanently aud promptly curu turalyili.
Yea, Itli charming aud huultbful Aperient.
Kills Bcrofulit and Klnpi Evil, twin brothers.
Changei bad breath to good, removing cau.e.
t VXtouta blllou'iioiR aud clean complexion.
Cuannlnjr ronulvcnt and matrhleM lxatlve.
It drive blclt ileadaebo like the wlnd.-s.
rsrCotitalu no drwitlcMthaillc or opiate.
Promptly cure Hhenmatlmn by routing lt.s
Heatora Ulo-lflvlng projx-rtle to tbo blood.tt
1 pnanintflcd to cure all nervou dlordori.
Hrltclmbl when all opiate fall.-,
llefrenhfi tho mind and InvloMtea the body.
Cnr dynpepula or money refunded."
tvr"Endoroed In wrltlnitby over fifty thonaana
cadlng phyilelan In (LB. and Euro."
Leading clergyinvn In V. B. and Europe."
DUeasei of the bl'd own It a conqneror.
For aalo by all loading drugl(U. 4i.60.-j
Tor toallmoulalf and cut ular tend Ump
Thi Dr. S. 1. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,'
,i r at. 7oamtTc., Mo. ysj
The Daily Bulletin.
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All Commuulcatlona ahould be addreud to
K. A. BURN BIT.
Publinher and Proprietor.
A SLIM BANQUET.
Bpoopendyke Invitas Specklewottle to Din-'
ner and is Disappointed.
4,Sav, ray dear," whispered Mr. Spoo
pendyke, closing the door carefully and
approaching his wif with a broad' grin
on his visage. "Say, my dear, Spockk
ivottlo's down stairs in the parlor. 11a
as come to take dinner willi us!''
"Great gracious!" exclaimed Mrs.
Spoopendyke, dropping her work and
bustling tin to the glass to arrange her
hair. "What did ho come to-day for?
Don't he know it's wash day?"
"He came for dinner!" retorted Mr.
Spoopendyke, turning pale around the
lips. "What d'ye s'pose lie came for,
to be washed? What's wash day got to
do with it? Think the man can bo
soaked in a tub and hung over tho
clothos line with a measly wooden piu
astride the small of his back? Well, ho
didn't, he came for grub, and you want
lo hustle around and get it pretty lively
for him, or I'll begin to serve up things
tayself before long!"
"But, my dear," remonstrated Mrs.
Spoopendyke, "there's nothing in tho
house! The clothes"
"Then serve up tho clothes!" roared
Mr. Spoopendyke, who had utterly for
gotten the day of the week when ho in
vited his friend, and now wanted his
wife to get him out of the scrape some
how, and at the same time not let hi iu
down with Specklewottle. "Just put
the clothes on a platter and set 'em be
fore him! You can explain to him that
We only eat three times a week, like a
dog in hot weather! That'll satisfy him,
so long as he has tho clothes to cat!"
"You don't imagine he would want
to eat the clothes, do you?" asked Mrs.
"Just try him!" yelled Mr. Spoopen
dyke, enraged at the idea of being tak
en literally, "Just try him and sling in
some of tho natural graco you always
put on at tho tablo! 'Mr. Spccklowot
tle, ' have some of this f ricaseed petti
coat?' " and Mr. Spoopendyke held out
the legs of his trousers as a woman
holds her skirts and waltzed around the
room. " 'Mr. Specklewottle, have a lit
tle of this poached night shirt? Now,
Mr. Specklewottle, do try one of these
fried socks, and a slice of pillow sham!
Dear Mr. Specklewottle, pray let mo
help you to a piece of this shirt collar
ami a pair of stufled cull's! 1 made them
myself, and though they are not as good
as' that's tho way to do it!" continued
Mr. Spoopendyko, suddenly concluding
his remarks with a war whoop, and pre
senting himself before his wife all out
of breath. "Think you've got that bill
of faro all right? See your way clear to
a successful dinner party now?"
"There's somo cold shad down stairs,
and I think thero is a raw ham in tho
cellar," ruminated Mrs. Spoopendyke,
regarding her husband with a startled
look of inquiry, us if asking if he thought
Specklowottlo would mind tho meat be
ing raw and tho fish a tritlo cold. "I
don't think he has anything homo on
Mondays except cabbage and beans. Or
perhaps he may havo doughnuts and
pie," she continued, hastily, seeing her
husband swelling with a retort. "And
I'm sure doughnuts and pie are good."
"That's what he wants!" howled Mr.
Spoopendyko. "Bring forth the shad
that froze to death in tho house of Spoo
pendyke! Produce tho ham with a
cnimjiled horn that milked tho shad
that frozo to death in the houso of Spoo
pendyke! Develop the measly bamjuet
and let joy bo unconlined! Ain't ye got
any more sense than a bung 'hole?
Think I'm going to bring the aristocracy
here to fatten on dead fish and live hogs'?
How long are you going to let that mini
sit down stairs in a state of starvation?
Where's that roast of beef I brought
home tho other day?"
"I think wo ate that all up tho day it
caruo home," sighed Mrs, Spoopeudyku.
"Do you mean that roast with the oncer
little sticks in it?"
"Tho same," replied Mr. Spoopen
dyke, nerving himself , for another or
deal. "Did wo eat the sticks? Am 1 to
understand that there is not ono dod
gasbod stick left of nil that allliient lux
urlousness? Lifttho Impenetrable veil
of obscurity off tho secluded bower ol
the shrinking Mirks," he veiled, ai It
lawned on him that Specklewottle was
m tho parlor, wailing to be fed, and
that tho social problem was no nearer
Holution than when ho started. "Let
lis unravel the mystery that hangs like
pullover the fate of tho unhappy
sticks, that they niav come forth null
fructify Specklewiit tie,'" and In the rx
oess of Ids einoticiii Mr. Spoupcmh ke
irasjicd for breath, ami resting his hands
on his knees, looked as If he were invit
ing his wife to a little gaum of lean-
r''0Jf, , '
"There's some lettuce In tho house,
ami 1 bought some strawberries to-day,
ami I could cook tho steak I had saved
over for breakfast," murmured Mrs.
Spoopendyke, coming out triumphantly
Iu tho end, womanlike. "And 1 will
put on my new wine colored satin, and
we will give him a nlco supper."
"Oolng to put that wine colored sntln
on the shad or the ham?" howled Mr.
Spoopeiidyko.who had a man's idea that
a dinner Is not n dinner until It's roast-
ed.. "f hink I brought that man hero at
six o clock in the afternoon to take
brcakfust? (Jot Homo kind of a notion
that cold fish, ruw ham, wormy lettuce
green strawberries and fried cow ore go
ng to satisfy tho cravings of a man who
hnsjiiKt won a bet of a dinner on-,"
but here Mr. Spoopendyko slopped
hurt. Tit lust revelation was unin
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
, "Was it a bet, dear?" asked Mrs
Spoopendyko opening her eyes iu aston
ishment. "Lll von bring Mr. hpccklo
wottlo homo here on a bet?- If I had
known that and vou had given mo time,
I would havo had a nice suoner for vou.
I dou't suppose thnt he would care for a
cold meal, umler tho circumstances. J
"That settles it," squealed Mr. Spoo
pendyke, mad at himself for what he
had divulged and angrier still as he saw
that he must explain to Specklewottle
how he was fixed. "When you com
mence to think tho free list Is entirely
suspended. Somo day when I catch you
thinking, 1 m going to drive a spiggot
in your neiui and advertise science on
tap; bock science a dime extra; free
lunch from 11 to 1."
And with this prospectus Mr. Spoo
pendyke dashed down stairs and ex
plained to Mr. Specklewottle that, ow
ing to Mrs. Spoopendyke having a se
vere headache, they had bettor postpone
me dinner or go to a restaurant.
"I dou't care," murmured Mrs. Spoo
pendyke, drawing a paper of candies
from an upper bureau drawer. I don't
care; it must havo been a very import
ant thing they bet on, when cold shad
warmed over and a nice beefsteak isu't
good enough to pay it. Anyway, he'll
be glad of it for breakfast, and the next
time ho brings a man hero to dinner
he'll pick out somo other day than Mon
day. Though I suppose that Mr. Spec
klewottle will go home and tell his wife
that wo don't have anything to eat here
from one week's end to the other. Any
how, she owes mo a call, and 1 heat
that tbo dressmaker disappointed hei
all last week, so she won't pay much afr
teution to what ho does say!" aud Mrs.
Spoopendyke went down' to herstmpei
of strawberries and lettuce, while net
husband took it out-with Specklewottle
in fillets of beef and yellow C'liouot.
A Terror in Tall Timber.
A. J. Wyland, of Clackamas county,
writes as follows to the Oregon City
Enterjirinc: "A short time since, while
hunting in the woods, I came across a
she bear standing erect on a log. She
looked savage, ami her cars laid back
on her neck. I put a bullet in her skull,
an inch above one eye, and she rolled
off like n bundle of chips. As the gun
cracked, up a young cedar climbed a
couple of cubs. I loaded the gun, and
fouud the mother stone dead. I looked
up at those two vouii"- whelps, and con
cluded that I wanted 'cm for pets. So,
putting down the gun, 1 started lor
then), and as the climbing was easy was
soon able to rcacli them. I grabbed one
bv tho back of the neck, when tin lit. rrrt
all holds and went to work scratching
with avcnireanre. The blood Hew. and
rou bet I gave him a welt that knocked
lim as limber as a mop-rai. I tlieu
stuffed him inside the bosom of my shirt,
as it was senseless, and crabbed the
itlior bv the head, and he set tin a veil
that could bo heard for a mile. 1 quick
ly knocked him senseless, too, and put
him on my shoulder and commenced to
descend. Just at this point the one in
side my shu t crawled around onto my
back and dug his bind claws into mv
back just above the belt, and put lus
arms around my body, when both com
menced to fight me. You bet I got to
tho ground in a hurry, threw the oue on
my shoulder to the ground, put my foot
on his neck, choked him senseless until
I could tio him, the other one all the
time trying to tear all the meat off my
bnck, I grabbed him by the fore foot
and pullod, but he held on with his hind
feet. I then pulled him by tho hind
legs, but ho held on by his front claws,
and I couldn t pull him oil either way
I then opened mv collar wide and laid
down alongside the ono that was tied.
Presently he came out and mado for a
large tree near, but I caught and secure
ly tied him, too. His long, nice silky
hair felt nice to my pelt, but his claws
Uh, jimmy! 1 hoy were about the size
of a raccoon, but could ontscratch seven
wildcats. Ono would imagine that they
could bo handled without any dancer,
but they can turn themselves around in
their hides and bo always facing you
Twas about two miles from home, and
after a while I got tired of carrying
them, and they followed mo like two
little dogs. My advice to all young
hunters is that if ever you catch a young
bear don't put it in your bosom, as I
shall carry t lie scars mine gave me as
long as l live. '
A Wonderful Well in Oregon,
Mr. A. C. Edmunds, who resides about
a milu east of the Insane asylum in East
Portland, has been engaged in digging
a well on his place, and early last week,
when ho got down to a distance of about
fifty feet, ami while digging in a vein of
Band, suddenly struck his spade in a hole
fit one side, and forthwith there rushed
out a volume of air, which came with
Mich force that Mr. Edmunds was con
siderably frightened, fearing the well
might cave in upon him, and he made
his way to the surface ground with all
posible speed, ami has not been down
since. On ariving at the top ho found
that there was a strong current of air
coining up out of the well. It was pure
nir mid no sign of gas. He proceeded
to cover the well-holo over with boards
for safety, and in ono of the boards there
was an nuger-holo through which tho
Mr came with such forco that pieces of
paper and other light objects placed over
the hole would shoot tip like a balloon,
After blowing out for four days tho well
took another freak, and began sucking
In nlr with tho same force. There nre
no sink-holes near, ami no hills or val
leys. Tho quostiou is; Wliero did the
Mr coiun from, u ml what power or ef
fect draws the air In? Thero has always
been noticed another peculiarity about
thnt particular locality. The sound of
wagons, or of noises of all kinds, can bo
heard for a long distance better than
when close by, showing that there may
bo hollow crnund causing eoiumunlca
.m of distinct sounds. The noise of
Im wind ns It passes out 0f the well or
Into It could bo heard distinctly over
hundred feet way. Portland Oregon-
coi.troling piopeiisily to wave tho tut
tored remains of the rebel Hag ttt meet
ings of .Souih..i-n survivors, or any othei
possible oM.oituniiy, ,.V(.n the soldier,
that once hurrahed uboui his km , lu.
Inntlv exclaim: "Oil, why can't Im lei
FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1883.
How a Locomotive was Kaisaa from a
The feat of raising a huge freight en
gine from the mud in Bush River, on
the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Bal
timore Railroad, below Havro-do-Graee,
was successfully accomplished recently.
' The engine fell through tho draw-bridge
some time ago. Tho difficulties of the
feat may be imagined when it is under
stood that the engine was several feet
below the water surface and completely
imbedded in the mud. The wreckers
have been at work a week, the first thing
accomplished being the placing of heavy
chains beneath tho great mass of iron.
Two divers sent down for this purpose
were compelled to dig several feet un
der the soft mud at the bottom of the
river. The chains were mado taut to
four heavy scows, which were iillod with
water at low tide. Everything being
satisfactory, the water was pumped out
of the scows, thus tightening the
chains about tho engine. When the
tido began to rise, the engine was pulled
a few feet from the mud. The other
scows were brought, and when the tide
was again low, water was pumped in,
and the chains fastened to tnem. The
tide went up again, and so did tUe en
gine, which came to tho surface. After
this had been repeated a number of
times, tho engine swung clear of the
water, and was then placed on a largo
float, only slightly damaged, and want
ing but few repairs to make it as good
as before its tumble into the river. The
railroad will now take chargo of its lish-ed-up
property, and tow it to tho river
bank, near the railroad track. To that
point, when the tide is high, a temporary
track will be built connecting with tho
railroad, and when tho tide has fallen
sudicicntly to place the wheels of the
engine on a level with the temporary
structure, the engine will be then run on
tho wharf and tothe main track. It will
be taken to Wilmington, and repaired.
It cost $1,000 to fish tho engine out,
The Washington Beggar.
Washington is mid probably will bt
for years to come thronged with beg
gars. Only a short time since I saw out
of them ornamented with a sign, "I am
blind," gazing with much interest at a
circus procession. One day this week
a well-known Washington wag was
walking down Pennsylvania avenue,
when he was acco.-acd by an apparently
healthy man with the piteous whine ol
"Please give me a few pennies and help,
a sick and starving man with a family
dependent upon him for support." The
wag looked him straight in the eye foi
a moment, and seeing that he was an
impostor said: "Look here, my friend,
fet over on the other side of tho avenue,
am working this side myself." Bos
Thursday Evenino, June 7, 1883.
The weather is hot and sultry.
The market remains dull, with but very
little business for commission merchants.
HAY There is a very good supply a
present, with but little demand.
FLOUR Firm at quotation, with light
CORN Little moving stocks, light with
I little demand.
OATS The supply exceeds the demand
MEAL Quiet with but little moving.
BRAN Supply very light, with fair de
BUTTER The market remains over
stocked, with very little demand, even at
the very low prices.
EGOS Firm at 14 cents.
POULTRY The market is well stocked
and the demand light.
f nL 1 1 strawberries sell reidily at
quotations. Cherries find sale at from
$2.00 to $3.50 per crate.
New remain about the same as at
Sales antl Quotations.
NOTE. The prlreii Rore given are lor Mlea from
nr.t hand In round lot. Ah advance lr
charijed for broken lotain tlll!ieorili.-r.
4'KI bbln ex. fancy r
iiO bhln varloii gride. 4 3ia' SO
2im Mil inner
8 hliln pntent
1U0 bb' choice.
2 fr prime Timothy
)i car cholcPmnall bale.,
U car gilt edge
t cnr white In hulk
t car mixed In hulk...
2 car choice Iu ae.l.
4 car In bulk
Scarf in bulk
No. Hed, hit hu ...
No. 4 Medlivraneau.
M K A I ,
S00 hhlCltr la lot.
fi1) pound Northern
3iH pound Northern Dairy muall pkg
neu pound pomnoru iiunoi....
3UU pound count y
HM d -U
s nofts iw
8 IVktiS 75
H o ftiatft a In qua'lty.
.t B071U 00
1 OOitil AO
l crate cuerrlc
Choi e red
Northern Peach Blow per huih SoftiX!
Southern III. I'oach Blow per butb 7iU
&0 lihl.tew potatoe. per bhl 3 Vd 75
Per c ate 4 0 a5 OO
Tub waatied '51'l
Viae uuwaatiud 15 ill
Plain ham laaiilX
H. 0. IIkiiii IS
Clear aide ,.M
St. John , : 15
onio mver , i ut
1 bunliel burlap 0
5 buihel ' H
Peachea, halve and uuarler.. l i ft
Apple, bright 7) VI 8
Choice, '.Factory ,
Dry flint choice ,
Grtwn Salt .
Sheep Pelt, dry -.....
Hheep Pelt, ureeu
Dumaged Hide ..
Gourt Iob ,. .
RATES OK FREIGHT.
.$ ?fS-i '
, 4 & IK
4 7'dti " K'
7 si a '
Men phi liix
v Or.'eaiiK, ........... IJ'i
Helena, Ark...- VM
Vlckihurir . IMi
War below Memphis, 174
Hay Flonr Pi rk
Vewt. fbhl. jbM.
15 2 :
tfTH H5 S7X
!20 30 45
20 SO 45
Will you Cough when Shiloh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c
aud $1. (11)
I have hsd Catanh for years in its worst
torm. LSetoro I hud Used oue bottle of Elys'
Cream Balm dronnini's into mv tlmmt Liui
' D J
ceased, psin and soreness in uiy head w as
removed, as well as neatness, It crives im
mediate relief for cold in head. Mrs. J. D.
Hagadorn, Union, N. Y.
If you want to get rid ot pimples, boils,
tetter, etc., use "Liudsey's B.ood Searcher."
Isold by druggists.
To TIia WphK
Thprn rp a nnmlu.rnl ronlua lea, lim, I.,
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 tho Grand Union
ix-pot, aamt lxiuis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison. St. Joseiih and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
ucesi maKe are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, pasaeuyrs
for Kansas, Coloraoo, New Mexico and C.il
(frt,i connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made witl
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
Thin lino offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
rcenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri aud Nebraska. Send for
illustrated mans, naninblcts. &c... of thie
line, wincn will ho mailed tree.
C. B. Kinnan. F. Chandlek.
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Aent. Gen'l Pass Atent
Edi'sr it Kant. ( 'oulli.rvitlii. Til.. r!(e
"Brown's Iron Bitters is celling very well."
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervuusnecs, Nervous De
bility, aud unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food successful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores (ho
sufferer to his former vigor. $1. At drug-
A Specific for Change of I fie.
We are in receipt ot a letter from J. T.
Iliimby, Eeq., of Floral, Ark., in which the
writer sayn: Suma-itan Nervine cures
iVniiilo decline, and during the chango of
lite it is a snocinc." SUL'trestive facts, truly.
J3"No family Dyes were ever so popu
ar as the Diamond Dyes. They never tail.
The Black is far superior to logwood. Any
color 10 cents.
HWoiik Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will innke an offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
t. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 107
Fulton Street, Now York.
Mr.lI.W. Ryan, Bluo Island avo., Chi
cago, III., Bays : "I have used Brown s Iron
Bitters with most happy results when suf
fering frmn a diseased stomach."
Never before hits a remedy of so much
merit as Elys' Cream Balm, for the cure of
Cat tin h, Hay Fever and Colda lu the head,
been ottered to the public. No dread at
tending the application. Price 60 cents,
Apply into nostrils with little finger.
Hlnloli's Catarrh Remedy a posit ivo
cure lor Catarrh, Dipthoria and , Canker
Mouth ;- (18)
That smart men average $V00 to M 00 per day pro
lit, ell tit; the "Pocket Manual," ThomoHmirvel
lou llitlu volnmo ever lcd. Needed, endowed
aud purcha.ed by all clet oothlna In the book;
line ever equal to It. Will prove It or forfeit 0,
Complete (ample and outfit 5o,orfull Dsrtt
cular forktamp. Don't iart out attain mill you
learn whit I 'aid of thl hook, and what other
are doluir. W. H. THOMPSON, ribllhr, 401
ArcU Street, fUtladtlph la, Pa. apt8n
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
'WT'l J17mi Ti. a 11111.4.
. ' a'l'iH"l InS -TjfTr.l.nrll
ria-WCT-ajr mrxi -tiir
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis aud Chicago.
The Onlv JLine liunmng
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Dikeot Connkction
Tbain Liavs Caiiio:
ArrivluBlu . Lotii 1:45 a.m.; Chicago, :S0 p.m. :
Connect jr at Odin and Kffincliam for Ctnclo'
Hail, L . laville, ludiauapuli end point Ea.t.
11:1 i a.m. bt. 1 ouis und Weaturn
Arriving in ht. Loul 7:05 p. tu., aud connecting
for all point Weat.
13:50 p.m. J-'fixt l-Upi-e.
F.r8t. Loui and Chlr&no, arriving at St. Loul
10:40 p.m., and Chicago :$) a.m.
,3:51) p.m. Cinri mil. ti JKi x preHM,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; l.ounrlll 6:55
a.m.; lndianapoll 4:01 a.m. l'aavenxur by
thi train reach the above point la to 30
iloUUS In advance ol any other route,
nTThell:50 p. m. expre ha PULLMAN
hl.EEPINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wltBout
change, and Ibroujfh ileeper to Bt. tonl and
Fast Time Kant.
Pa WPTl fTOT'sl lhli "lie f hronfh to Kaat
A aaniUllB Krn poiu,, iih0ut any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Haturdav after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
nornluKatl0:5. Tblrty aix bonr in advance of
BV other route,
13T For through ticket and further lnformtlon,
apply at Illlnol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J- H. JOS K8, Tlricet Aiient.
i. H. HANSON, Gen. Pan. Aient. Chicago
TIM K CAII1)
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
I. C. R. K.O trough link mail), r. a. m.
" (way niail) 4 aop.m.
" (Southern Dlv S p. m.
Iron Mountain R. It p.m.
V p. m.
9 p. m.
U p. hi.
tl a m.
4 p. m.
Wabaah . Ii lu p. m.
leias e nt. i.uum it. tl 7 p. m.
St. Lou; A C'lro l. R 5 p. m.
Ohio River- a p, m.
Mt l.lver arrive Wed., -at. A Mm.
" depart Wed., Frl. A fnu.
P O. uun. del. op n from 7:a0am lo7:TO pm
P.O. box del. o, ep Iri'Ui ,...a. m. ton p. m.
Sunday eer. iiei. oi en In m... Ba.m. to JO a. m.
8unda Imx del. open from. ...6 a. m. to 10:30 am
rr"N01K.-Chani; will be published from
tlius Ui time lu city pupem. barit-e vour card ac
cordingly. WM. M. Ml'hf'UY.P. M.
The Wonderful Efficacy f
Ha been so frequently aud aatlafactarty prima
Chat It mm alnioat lujierfluou to cay anythlnf
more In their favor. The Immense and constantly
Incnaalna- demand for them, both In tola and fonura
oountriee, lUie bout evidence of their Value. Thiar
ale today In the United States 1 far frreator Una
any other cathartic- medicine. This demand la
not tnaamodie. It I roxular and (toady. It la not
of to-day or yuaterday, it 1 on lncreon that ha bean
toadlly (rrowinif for Uio laat thirty-a vo year. WhU
art the reason for thl groat and growing demand f
Dr. Hrhenrk'a Mandrnke nilacontaln no mar.
cury, and yet they act with wonderful effort uion
the liver. They cleanse the stomach and bowols of
ail Irritating matter, winch, if allowed to remain,
polannstlie blood, and brlnira on Malaria, Chill aoi
Fever, and many other dlHeoHoa. They triva healUi
and atmuKth to the durontlra omna. They creata
appetite and (rtvoviirnr to tho wholo eyiitom. They
are In fact tho modldne of all other which shoul.l
be taken Intnnee Ukutlin preoetit, wliun nuUadaloni
othor epidemic or rairtux, aa they prepare iho y.
tem to resist attack of duwaao of ovory character.
Ir. HchrnrU'e Mandrnke I'll! are Hold by all
dnunrtst at 2,te. per box, or ecut by matt, puatiiaid,
on receipt of price.
Dr. Rrhcnrk') Itook on Consumption, IJr
rr Complaint ud Ilyaprpaln, ill KnxhxU or
German, 1 sent fri to all. Adilnwa Dr. J. II.
HCIIKNCK V HON, Pbl.ruMhliu Pa-
6hnn on ilalllday Avenue, between r.Mirlli and
' Ul.,1. U, .....1. I'.l.., Illl.
KlIAlll DVHUtt,, .,,,., "at
tWAll kind ol lliihtaud heavy lilaukiiiillliliiK.
wagon aud carrlaii work done In III iiiiifI work
manlike wanner. lliir hoeliiK a iperialty and