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Ervsipeia. Indigestion.. Hernia or Itupture, Cat
arrh. Piles, MiilepBf, i unib A kftio, tc.
When any debliitV or the OKMKKATIVR OR
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TO THE LADIES: ."K
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LeucerrlKea. Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
of the Womb, iDCi'ienta. Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, buppressod and Irrcynlar Menstruation,
Barrenness, and Change of Life, thia la the Beet
Appliance and Curative Anent known.
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The Magnetic Garments are adapted to all agea,
are worn over tha underclothing (not next to the
body like the many Ualvant s and Electric Hum
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FOREVER, and are worn at ail season of tbe
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absolutely IA bat ever
Bade, combining th
trta of hop with
bum, balsams and ex
tracts. Its power la wonderful in curing dlseasea where
other plasters simply relicts. Crick in the Bark and
Hack, Fain in the Side or Limbs, Stiff Joints and Muscles,
Kidney Troubles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Hora chest,
Affections of the Heart and Liver, and all poliu or aches
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Mailed on receipt of prioe. Sold by
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Ili-p Plotter Company,
rarror oonstlnation. luss of ai'Pctite and dtaowsot tha
towels take Hawley's Wnmachand UrprPllli. riefnta,'
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wary tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATH AIROX. This
elegant, cheap article always
malkes the Hair rtow freely
and fast, keens it from falling
out, arrests and cures j?ray
ness. removes dandruff anU
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. IJeau
tiful. healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairon.
Aa an lavlgorant, Uosa'tlur'a Hlomach Bitters
i received the most positive ndorcmi'nt from
amlacnt pbyeiclans, and h-a long occuplxd a fore-
tost rana among aiaouaru proprietary rem olei.
Ita properties aa an alt rnallvc or disordered con-
aiuons oi tne atoniara, nvrr anu bowels, ana a
preventive of malarial diaeasta are no lee renown
ad, aad have baan acoorded emphatic professional
foraaiebr all drutvista and dealer, to whom
pply far HostatUr1 Aimsnae fur mt.
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All Commonloatione ahonld ffi w
Pobliaher and Proprietor.
Mrs. Fred. Fisk, of Canastota, N. Y.,
has a set of lace-embroidered curtains,
the work of her own hands, for which
she has refused an offer of $4,000.
Oscar Wilde has petered out com
pletely. No one responded to the an
nouncement of his recent lecture in
North Carolina will levy no State tax
next year. The Western North Caroli
na Railroad will pay into the treasury
$600,600, which sum will carry the
A New York bookseller says that
women do not buy such books as
"Guides to Gentility," and "Habits of
Good Society." Men buy thorn. Wo
men prefer "How to Beautify the
Skin, and "The Art of Dress."
Leo Daft, the inTentor of the electric
motor which has juBt oome into notice,
was born in England about twenty
years ago, and was trained in science
under the late Sir William Siemens.
He has lived in this country about
The total number of desertions from
the British army in 1882 was 4,145, of
whom 1,297 rejoined. In the house
hold cavalry the desertions were 8 in
the 1,000; in the foot guards, 15; in the
cavalry of the line, 25; In the infantry
of the line 24.
Shooting cats with air guns and pea
riiles ha9 been indulged in by men and
boys at Virginia City, Nev., until a cat
is scarcely to be found in the town; but
swarms of rats are, and now there is a
demand for more cats and less air gun
sport of that kind.
According to the Wytheville (Va.)
Enterprise, Miss Willie Withers,
daughter of ex-Senator Withers, of
that State, can handle a shot-gun with
an accuracy of aim that exceeds that
of many pretentious sportsmen, and
many birds are brought down on the
wing by her seldom-erring aim.
The St Ignace (Mich.) News tells a
story of a young man who went into the
lumber woods of Canada last summer
weighing only ninety six pounds, and
has come back.after a season of breath
ing the bracing breezes of Pine River,
with his avoirdupois increased to 202.
The curiosities exhibited in the win
dow of a New York pawnbroker's sale
shop are a huge gold medal of 1810
with President Thomas Jefferson's face
'Djrravod thereon,, and a bible printed
in the Irish language, said to have
coino from the press in 1680.
Onn of the survivors of the Black
Hole of Calcutta was Sir David Birch.
When his mother, a canny, undemon
Htrative old Scotch ludy, was told of
the awful horrors of the Black Hole on
thiit awful nitfht by the survivors, she
merely remarked: "Lord help the mon
that was chained to ma Davie!"
Maria Van Zandt; the famous vocal
ist now in Europe, was born and
brought up in Brooklyn, N. Y., and is
now 22 years old. This corrects the
Paris story that she was born in the
South, afterwards taken to the Indian
Territory, and there "cut up all sorts
of capers with the redskins. '
II. B. Philbrick, who recently deliv
ered a lecture on the subject of kissing
in New York, declares that the reason
kissing is so pleasant is because the
teth, jawbones and lips arc full of
nerves, and when the lips of two per
gons meet an electric current is
John Huntington, of Cleveland,
some years ago put $26,000 into the
Standard Oil Company, and has drawn
large dividends ever since. The other
dav, In New York, he was offered $1,
000,000 for his interest and sold it. He
went home with the deed for a $100,
tM.i house in one pocket and drafts for
I'JiAJ.UtXI in the other.
Frederick Koskul, now of St Louis,
: lived in Egypt in the employ of the
present Khedive. To a reporter he
said tbeotlierday:"The vilest epithet the
people of Soudan can fling at a passing
stranger in their estimation is 'Mis
rany,' or Christian. The entire popu
lation is made up of religious fanatics.
Kelitrkm is the only industry."
It is related of the late Joseph H.
Blackfan, Superintendent of Foreign
Mails in the Postoffloe Department,
Washington, that when his attention
was called to the complimentary men
tion made of him in Anthony Trollope's
autobiography, he was surprised to
learn that Mr. Trollope, whom he had
known only as a postal ofiicer.was also
a distinguished novelist
Old Jubal Early is a character in
Virginia. He is drawn up in a hard
knot with rheumatism, and has a face
like a hickory nut His voice is pitch
ed on a very high key, and he is a com
pound of shrewdness and sarcasm in
equal parts. He was strongly opposed
to secession at the beginning of the
war, although he fought valiantly
when fighting was inevitable.
Fannie B. Ward writes from Saltillo
that at whatever hour a person dies in
Mexico, it is customary to appoint the
funeral just twenty-four hours later,
and that as the mortality is greatest
all over the world at night, thn most of
funeral ceremonies in Mexico are per
formed at night, no women be permit
tod to attend. The poor hire cofllns in
which their dead are borne to the
There are in France thousands of
windowings houses, supposed to have
been built when the window tax law
was in force. There is no such law in
Kentucky or Tennessee, but there are to
bo seen along the Southern Railroad a
freat many houses that have no win
ows. The chimney tops of not a few
of these houses are decorated with
headless old barrels to improve the
draft Cincinnati' Commercial Qatette.
William and Mary College, of Virgin
ia, has closed ita door ', la- ''i r but one
student at the beginuli g ' this school
year. Next to Ilnrvnrd tltis was the
oldest college in Am"riiv. linvin"; boon
founded in 16U3, aud nu.. ino oi ly one
that received a rny;il ir.v? t. Among
the most eminent men eilui ated in its
halls were Washington, .. i .nil, Ran
dolph, Tyler, Breckrr ridge, and Gen
A recently published ttaluiuont of
the yield of precious Vnvs that
in 1882 tbe output oi goia iu me enure
world was valued at St 118,000,000, and
of silver at $94,000,00'). It is a fact
not generally undorstoo 1 thrt Russia is
the third greatest producer oi gold, the
yield of that country being $oU,U00,000;
only $21,400,000 less tl.ua the United
-v yv n rf 1 .1 A
States, anu $ z.uju.uju less man Aus
tralia. Prospective bruins mav he interested
to know that there are thirty-two days
in the year on which it it, iinlucky to
marry, according to a manuscript aaiea
in the fifteenth century. These days
are Jan. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 10, 1.5; Feb. 6, 7,
18; March 1, 6, 8; April 6, 11; May 5, 6,
7; June 7, 15; July 5, l'J; Aug. 15, 19;
Sept 6, 7; Oct. 6; Nov. 15, 16, and Doc
Id, ib, if. Lionscquuiiuy January is
the worst month anil Octuber the oest
month in the year to marry.
King Charles of Roumania shows no
signs of his German birth. He is slim,
and of average height, of brown com
plexion, his hair and beard dark, his
eyes calm and resolute, his voico sono
rous and even, and his speech both
Quick and precise. He speaks solely
in French. On his accession, fifteen J
years ago, woumania naa an army oi
30.UUU men on paper; to-aay sne nas
120,000 men who do not exist on paper
alone, but fight well, are well equipped,
well officered, and constantly kept in
Here are directions for making salad
dressing which will keep for several
weeks, and it is a great convenience
sometimes to have it on hand. To the
woll beaten yolks of four eggs, allow
half a cup of sugar, half a tablespoon
ful each of salt, mustard and black pep
per, half a cup of cream and a third of
a teaspoonful of cayenne pepper. Beat
all these till thoroughly mixed. Take
a little more than half a pint of vinegar
and let it come to a boil. When it is
hot add a teaspoonful of butter. While
hot, pour this over the mixture, mix
well, and, when cold, put it in large
mouthed bottles. Keep it in a cool
Mark Twain Aggrieved.
Mark Twain was asked to contribute
to the album of artists' sketches and
autograph letters, to be raffled for at
the Bartholdi Pedestal Fund Art Loan
Exhibition in New York, and this is his
response, which accompanied his con
tribution: You know my weakness for Adam,
and you know how I have struggled to
get him a monument and failed. Now,
it seems to me, here is my chance.
What do we care for a statue of liberty
when we've got the thing itself in
its wildest sublimity? What you want
of a monument is to keep you in mind
of something you haven t got some
thing you lost Very well; we haven't
lost liberty; we've lost Adam.
Another thing: What has liberty
done for us? Nothing in particular
that I know of. What have we done
for her? Everything. We've given
her a home, and a good home, too.
And if she knows anything, she knows
its the first time she ever struck that
novelty. She knows that when we
took her in she had neen a mere tramp
for 6,000 years, biblical measure. Yes,
and we not only enueu her troubles
and made things soft for her perma
nently, but we made her respoctable
and that she hadn't ever been before.
And now, after we've poured out these
Atlantics of benefits upon this aged
outcast lol and behold you, we are
asked to come forward and set up a
monument to her! Go to. Let her
set up a monument to us if she wants
to do the clean thing.
But suppose your statue represented
her old, bent, clothed in rags, down
cast, shame-faced, with the insults and
humiliation of 6,000 years, imploring a
crust and an hour s rest, for God s
sake, at our back door? come, now
you re snouting! mat s me aspect oi
her which we need to be reminded of,
lest we forget it not this proposed
one, where she s hearty ana well lea,
and holds up her head and flourishes her
hospitable schooner ot name, and ap
pears to be inviting all the rest of the
tramps to come over. O, go to that is
the very insolence of prosperity.
But, on the other nana look at
Adam. What have we done for Adam?
Nothing. What has Adam done for
us? Everything. He gave us life, he
gave us death, he gave us heaven, he
gave us hell. These are inestimable
privileges ana rememocr, not one oi
them should we have had without
Adam. Well, then, he ought to have a
monument for involution is steadily
and surely abolishing him; and we
must get up a monument, and be quick
about it, or our children's children will
grow up ignorant that there ever was
an Adam. With trifling alterations,
this present statue will answer very
well for Adam. You can turn that
blanket into an ulster without any
trouble; part the hair on tho Bide, or
conceal the sex of his head with a tire
helmet and at once he's a man; put a
harp and a halo and a palm branch in
the left hand to symbolize a part of
what Adam did for us, and leave the
fire-basket just where it is, to symbol
ize the rest My friend, the father of
life and death and taxes, has been
neglected long enough. Shall this in
famy be al lowed to go on or shall it
itop right here?
Is it but a question of finance? Be
hold the inclosed (paid bunk) chocks.
Use them freely as they are freely con
tributed. Heaven knows I would there
were a ton of them; I would send them
all to you, for my heart is in this sub
An nppotizing way to cook chicken is
to cut it in pieces, as if to fricassee it;
dip the pieces in beaten egg and then
in fine uread crumbs, seasoned with
pepper and salt, and a little very fine
sage if you like that; put them In tho
dripping-pan, with bits of butter ovor
them, and a little water in the pan;
bako slowly till done. Make a rich
gravy in the dripping-pan after you
tn k the chicken out.
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3 :45 p.m. Cincinnati lx press.
rrlvicg at Cinclunatl 7:00 a.m.; Louiavill 6:5ft
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Ptl aeon tram bT tnl llne through to Kaat.
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nv other routa.
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apply at Illinois central Kaliroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JOKES, Ticket Agent,
A.H. HAH SON. Gen. Paaa. Agent. Chicago
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Tra.fi Depart, " Tralna Arrive.
c. ST. L. N. 0. B. R. (Jack eon route).
C. B. B.
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bx press . .,..1 :io a.m
Ex 4 Mail
Ex. A Mail. .4:10 D m.
Aceom 12:(p.m. Accom ..2:O0 p.m.
ST. L. I. M. B. R.
tBipree 10:30 p.m. tKxprees 1:30 p.m
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St. Louis & Cairo R. R 6 p. m. 9:80 am
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eeT-NOTB. Changes will be published from
time to time In city papers. Change yonr cards a
cordingly. WM. M. MURPHY. P. M.
Kayor Thomas. W. Halliday.
Treasurer Charle F. Nellie.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counaelor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. B. Meyers,
Utornev William Hendricks.
Police Magistrate A. Comiogs.
BOARD OV ALDSHMSK ,
itrst Ward-Wm.McHale, Harry Walker.
Second Ward-Jesse Hinkle, C. N. Hughes.
Third Ward B. F. Blake, Eghert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patter, Adoiph Swo
Clfth Ward Cbas. Lancaater. Henry Stout.
Circuit Judge D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irrtn.
County Judge J. H. Robinson.
County Clerk S.J. Humm.
County Treasurer Milea W. Parker,
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner R. Fitagerala
County Commissioners T.
Mnlcahev and Peter Hauo .
W. HaUidiy, J. H-
CtA I RO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplir
J streets; preaching every Sunday mo nlngand
nlt'ht at ueual boura. Prayer ceerng Wednes
day night; Sunday school. 9::i a.m
Rev. JNO. F. EDEN, Pastor.
pHURCH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal
j Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:00a m Holy
Communion 10:80 a. m., VI omlng Prayers 11 a.m.
Sunday echool 8 p. m., Evening Prayers 7:3J p.m
F. P Davenport, 8. T. B. Rector.
llitST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHTJRCH.
V Prearblngat 10:80 a. u..,8 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
albatb school at 7:30 p. m Rev. T. J. Shores,
i DTK KHAN Thirteenth street;
1 bath 1:30 a. m.
Sunday school p. m. Rev.
METHOD! BT-Cor. Eighth and rValuut streets
Preaching Sabbath li:00a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
naday HctioJ at 3:00 p. m. Key. J. A. Scarrett,
I ) KRHBYTERIAN Eighth street; preaching on
1 Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. ana 7:op. m.; prayer
nesting Wednesday at 7:a'Jp. m.; Sunday schaoi
tl 3 p. ai. Rev B. Y. Qeorge, paator.
OT. JOSEPH 8 CRoman catholic) Corner Cross
J 1 1 '.. 1 .... . Uaaa .... UnnHav
and 18 a. m . ; Sunday sen ool at t p. m . , and V
era at 8 p, m. M use every morning at 8 a. m
C. Sweeney, pastor.
OT. PATRICK'S-Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street and Washington avenue; Mas every
Sunday and 8 and 10 a. in.; 8unday echoo. at 1 p.m.,
and Vesper at 8 p. m. Vass eve y morning at 8
p.m. iter. 4, nurpny, pastor.
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