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1113 BKOKK IT THE lJQPL.
That is the now school-libas is
it?" Inquired Miss Alice Rat, th"new
yVpftet," as the farroor's plodding lit
tie Jeam passed by a little whHi nousa
standing endwise U the r, UJotosed
Va IX hXlT knU
't Twfeerv a naT'. JWrh0?
forth temarked Uiclo Mo..M.dr
btirit'hnt I'm nfoerdTou moirl hold
out long; fuf we've tfot the toughest set
cf boys in theStatV' arid"Diicle;,"Jeko
' ' gave a kind, of crackling Uttje lugh as
he thought of tho timid, demurs little
" dam'ej' at his, sld controlling K boys
'? t tieac Creek SohodL ''
-1 - 'But don't the directors expel them
1 whet, tiej Are ; beyond the control of
the teacher?!' . asked, Alice, her hear
' bcglnpVig to sink at the prospect - bo
, ore her. . . ! '
i r'Expel 'em! no, we never expel no
.body? it a teacher can't boss the school
we just let it boss him; it ain't our
tigh t, i an' ' the tchool here - generally
bosses the teacher, and thar'a been
1 some pretty good men licked In that
school-house by the boys." "
"Idid not know theschooL wa( so
unruly,' said poor Alice, f wishing
heartily that she had hired out as a
washerwoman instead of trtlng to
teach thd savages of Bear Creed i
OK well, mebbo it won't' bo so bad
this winter, thar'a; Jim Turner,) he's
ono of the toughest of Vm; he'll be ' SI
In. a month, and you'll get rid of him;
but" that's the , Brindley bpys, they're
mighty nigh. s bad.'! - - ! '
Too Alice listened lth ' sinking
ie,art, The cold, ; hart duties befpre
hex were dreary enough at best; but to
go alone and unknown into & strange
2e)gtibC;rhbo4 toi teach, her first schobl,
no. to be met at the1 iouUe by such
dark prof hecies", made her'le'o honW
lesis Indeed.. .'She was nAturaUy a tim
id,, shrinking little thing, anft; i the
had popsesed anywhete on the- whole
hroad earth' a root to sbelter her. she
Soiild Tiave turned back f rani Bear
reek school even thtjn. uf ' sta "had
tito homa , ller mother, had: ttieifc when
blo was but 14, and she hAd'ktpt'bonse
ior ner iiaer two years, wnen ne tueo,
leaving her all ajyie, 'J ;dled
be advisud her lu expend tne lltUe um
hb would be able to leave.pdf in lfttm,
hlrsi for a-toacter. andtAliceh
fuililled bis directions soKternUy that
wtei she hai completed her covfte at
the'nortaal school she bai hardly- tW
k-ft, and when she paid Uncle Zeke tor
hauling her and her little trunk from
the nearest railroad town to the dis
trict where she was fa teach shehadj
but $5 left " -1
On Monday morning when the Start
ed for the school-house she felt as if
she was going to the, scaffold. Her
course of pedagogics in the normal fn
stitute had Included no such problem
as thia school promised to b, andif lt
were not for the very $hanie her wonjd
have given her single,$5 bill to any-,
one to take her baok' to the railroad
and pay her fare to L, the towwer;4
the had attended school
When Bhe arrived at the school house
about twenty or thirty pupils were
grouped around talking, but a spell
of silence fell upon them as she walked
up and saluted them with a "good
morning" which was more like the
chirp of a frightened bird than anythln.
ease.-, as sne unloosed tne aoor an
entered what she had already begun to
regard as a chanjbor of, torturo, two or
three slowly followed her into the room.
and depositing' their bo6ks upbn the;
wntttuxt desks, tool -seats, and fixed
their eyes upon her wih a stare that
did not help to strengthen her nerves.
All the rules and regulation! bf btl
"Theorv and Fraction of Onnninir
School Upon the First Day" teemed to
vanish and leave her bead whirling in
dizzy helplessness. She tried to think
of some cheerful remark, but her brain
refused to form the thought and her
tongue clove to the roof of her mout k.
8he could see in the faces of her minils.
most of whom were now in the school
room, ,tht they were ' ware' of ber
fright and enjoyed it thoroughly. By
a strong effort she partly recovered
herself and bravely resisted the temp
tation to lean her head on the desk
and have a good cry. She felt that she
must do soniethiu2 or faint an ahn
rang the bell, though it lacked fifteen
minute.! t 9- She began taking down
the names and acres of her dudHs. and
by. the time this. was. complete! she be
gan Jo (eel ulora at ease. Shetfifm be
gan examining the pupils in their dif
ferent branches in order to assign them
to their proper classes. She had fin.
Kiiea tne examination in all the br&nch
es except the advanced reading class,
wuicu was principally composed of
grown girls and young men, among
whom was thu terrible Jim Turner1, o!
wuuiu sub nan 0 warned.
Several ol the members of the class
iibu ruuu, aim 11 wfts now .u. tll
Moses Bradley, a huo, heavy-set fel
low, with small, malicious eyes and a
general air of ruffianism. When he
was called upon to read he did no -jg.
from his seat, but began to read In '
thick, indistinct voice from a book hid
den in his lap.
"Mr. Bradley, will you please-stand
up when you readP" asked Alice.
"I can, read just as well settln
down,' replied the fellow with a dog
ged aie. ,, 4- ; . v (
"But it is Qna of the rules in a read-
in? class to stand up to read." said
Alice, ber heart quaking with fear at
toe foresaw tne incipient rebellion.
"I reckon you will have to make i
new rule for uie then," impudently ag
"tm DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKNINQ FEBRUARY 16, m.
wertd Mose. crUnclnir sideways at his
oomp&nlpns nito. gria of triumph.
"U you up nop oocy mo i sauii uo
obliged to punUrt J(MV" wd Alios
bravol? though ' she , could, scarcely
iVandJip. ' f
iil guess all the punishing you could
do wouldirt break any of, my bc-noa,"
replied the ruffian, leering at her Im
But I ca,ri break your bones for you
in half a mfahte, and1 I'll do it if you
don't stand &nd read as the teach
er asked you' td4' said a Tolce at the
P-ottet end 'of the4 el ass, 'and Alice look-
ea in inai airecuon ana saw dim iur
'net iter from the1 class and, liice the as
toWsnM Mose. ,",
.'Mos,' Insolent manner, abated la an
instant,' his face turned pale, and he
muttered something about not being
'bossed by'other bpys, ;but ho stood
' tip as he was couxmsaded.
' Alice could have kissed her young
i'jh.ampioa for very gratitude, but she
muswrea au tne aiguity sno cuuiu com
mand, and said:
"Mr. Turnor,' I cannot allow you to
Interfere In the management of tuy
school; take your seat"
1 Tho youth obeyed without a word,
bat kept his eye oh Mobo, as if watch-
ffa for Any dellnqitency. ' After this lit-
Ue episode tne exercises prooeeqea
1 tfidlitterruptioii tiU ypn. .
T'uAHce had no appetite for. din
'Plh.ia l-inad W thJoWir head t
?h,e leaned her' throbbing head upon
the' desk, and wondered wearily how
Wong she could endure this.
She was, aroused" by one of the little
'tfrls fanning vp' 'V?. bor exclaiming,
"teaKhef. teacher, the blir bovs . are
tenting; She" ioUbwed the ohild, ex
f culmlngl "O, whv did lever come in-
auon aqenoi.witu ooasiar . av mo
, reap of the tohool-house stood Jim Tur
'jier engaged in a hund-to-hand combat
. with Mose Bradley and his two broth
era, both of whom were grown. As
Alio! stepped around the corner Jim
ten Mose reeling to the earth and then
turned like a Hon upon his two temain
ittg ' assailants. They rushed, at him
from two sides, but Jim 'Was as active
as it panther, and Bill Bradley . fell as
K shot from a leftrhanded blow, and
'brother Tom followed him in an in
stant By this time Mose had secured
a ball bat and rushed upon Jim, but
the Utter evaded the blow, and
wrenching the' bat from his hand
knocked Mose headlong with a blow of
hisrfiirt. ;' ';'-' ' ;'; ; '
"'At' the'' dlscbmflted trio arose Jim
laughed lightfy,1 and asked them "how
they titod it as fat as they had got,"
Wcked' Up the" bat he had taken from
MhsVtnq, oalled out," ',Come on, boys,
et Tjajo' a game of , ball
Tne combat ended so quickly that
Alice had no chance-to interfere, but
she felt that' it would not do to let this
open! violation of school rules pass un
punished, s6 she rang the belL When
the DU'oili weTer'aaserabled she called
tne culbrits nf to the desk, and' asked
what the ngut was a,bout and who be
gan it Tift "Bradlcys i stood sulen and
silent, but Jint answered; '."l would
rather not tell what it was about, but I
began it by, knocking Mose Bradley
down. Alice' knew the fight was the
result of Jim s espousal of ber cause in
the reading class, arid her voico falter
ed Asihe sid:' 'Thon I shall hve to
punish you; hold out your hand."
Jim obeyed her instantly. She took
up" the jhil,er with a trembling hand
and began the punishmont Jim's f aco
never changed a muscle. The look
upon it was one of quiet obedience in
whlck there was no trace of either bra
vado or sullenness. As Alice inflicted
the blows on the hand so quietly held
out US hePthe thought "rushed upon
hef mind that 'she' was smiting the only
hand that had been'ralsed to befriend,
her in that lawless region. ' ' " 1 " '
Her face grew "paje. the blows fll
falrtflilgly,,' Uje tear' began to run
down her cheeks, the ' ruler, fell from
her' haridj, the tank into, her Boat, bur
led her face in 16 her'hands, and burst
into a ttorm of sobs.
' Thed Jim's countenance changed.
B.ls lip quivered, he dashed bis hand
across nia eyes to ciear mem or unnat
ural dimrfesl.," and he great lump In
hi "throat seemod to qhoke him. A
obuckle from Mose Bradley recalled
his self-possession, however, and he
took a step or "two toward the latter
with eyes that fairly ' blazed 'with hot
Indignation.' n : 1
' Mosa rapidly retreated a step or two,
and his chuckle died an untimely
death,''' and for a full minute silunce
teijrnM over thOAchobl-room; ' At last
Alice raised her head and' In a broken
voice1 dismlssod the pupils to the play
and I've got Ono'gh to pass some of it
aroun4 flf anybody is anxious about
it ' ' "
. At 1 o'clock Alice rang the bell with
a feeling of utter despair; but no school
ever moved more amoothly than did
.her school that afternoon. Quiet obe
dience, tdy, good, lessons, and res
pectful attention were universal But
Alice had determined to emit the school:
she folttat'U she would rather be thn
poorest washerwoman than to be badg
ered, bullied,' and tortured for ' month's
at a time Oy' A let WWutar ruffians.
whost 'parents employed h6r for ' the
uwj uiiyoo oi euuiuuijj uji mariyr-
' 8ff','w68it Alice. Rocked the schooV
hoose door that evening It was with a
mingled fooling of relief and humilia
tion tha she started to offor her resisr-
nttidti to ttie director ; As she left
(be school-house she saw Jim Turner
few yarda, ahead of ber walking rapidly
wwari . noma. he oallsd his flame,
and he respectfully Waited 'until she
had overtaken him. "Mr. Turner1."
the taid. "I'm going away in the morn
ingi and I wish to thknfc' vml tat
bTare defenbe tt me'atr thi shnnf
dty andtoaskyonrfoTglvcbositfbf .the
pumsumoD bo nnusny inflicted on
you;M and in her earnestnciVActfhe'ld
out ;hor liftW trerabling hand, ahtf" Jim
Instantly gtafihed it' ' ' " 1 n'
" nave notwng to forgive," said he;
you could not do otherwise and nei
ther; could I; but yoit ard surely not in
tending to quit the school r-' ?1' -...'Je,V
nsered Alice,' "I' would
!Sdl? tb,n' P through 'three
onth, ol ,uch toonot as ' I lave to
nay. .( u Ijiji -u t -1
Bll vni, HI -
. j u ki iibvo. no. more
bV.t ill nT n Lhe that would
cept the Bradley boy.. nd as long as I
me cnuaren passed out sue beard
say,t"So'yWvegot a whipping
!L Jim," and Jim's reolv. "Yea.
am there I wilt auswer for their good
bohavior." . v
At last JJm'a' eloiuvnco' prevailoil,
aud Alice linallv oonsouted to teacn a
week lon?cr. nnd at tho end of , that
time she decided to stay, for never did
a school move along more smoothly.
At her request Jim was allowed to re
main durmar the term, and as soon as
it closed he went to oolloge.
:AUoo taught tho Boar Creek school
successfully for three years, but in the
end Uncle Zoke's prediction was veri
fied, fpr Jim Turner, came back and
TOKO up tne scnooi.
Ue niarrjed. tho teacher, , j
He Won' His "Wager.
Two voun? Iawvers in Uoston wero
bantering each other concerning their
shrewdness, ana one, wno naa oeen
distancod in boastinjr by his companion.
at last exclaimed, "I will.wa;rr a good
dinner and a bott e of wmo that I can
ride in the street cars from Soollay
Square to Koxbury Crossing without
paying my fare."
1 "rooh, pooh, said tne other, "any
man can dodge a horso car conductor;
that is nothing.
"Bat I will take you along with me,
aud we will not dodge the conductor,
but on the other hand talk with him on
"Done," criod the other, and having
agreed at what time and place the wa
ger should be paid, they set out togeth
er tor bcollay square, , nen tnoy
reached the head of Iremont street . :
Back BaV car was just ! passing, Law
yer number one instantly made a rush
'"Jiold on, exclaimed number two,
"that's not a Treniout street car.
"Keep your tongue still, and follow
me," said tho other savagely, and he
pulled his companion upon the front
platform. They then walked leisurely
through to the rear platform whero
thev louud the conductor.
. ""Does this car go to Jamaica Plain?"
asked number ono.
"No, sir," replied the conductor;
"Jamaica Plain cars start from the
"Oh, ah, said number one, starting
V get oH ag:un; "1 beg your pardon,
, "MJght as well rido down to the
othi'r tar, sir" said tho conductor pleas
antly. , .
"Just as you please, thank you," re
sponded number one ntlaoiy; and so
the two lawyers rode free to tho Tro
mont llouso. Here they ' got off aud
quietly waited 1 11 a Tromont street car
came along. Boarding, this., lawyer
number ono asked the conductor if . the
car went to the Art Museum. Receiv
ing; a negative reply and implicit direc
tions as to the c.ir that shuuld be taken
for fhat place, be proceeded leisurely
to get oil again followed by nia aston
ished companion. Thev gained about
three rods by tho maneuver, and after
it had teen repeated several times, tho
general inquiry being for a Jamaica
Plain or Brookline car, a light began to
break upon the mind of lawyer number
two.' They had worked their way to
tlie West street srate in tho Common.
whori thij disgusted, companion said to
the energetic number one; "How long
are you going to keep this sort of thing
"fill wa get to the. Koxbury crossing,
of course. Come along, get on the car.
Does this car go to South Boston?
Well, can you tell mo where I can get
a South Boston car?" When they had
dismounted from this car, number two
said quietly to bis friend. "I've got
tired of this thin"-; 1 guess I'll settle
that Wager myself," and arm in arm
they proceeded back to their offices,
number pne looking as happy as a pet
ted Cat and number two as solemn as a
clam.' Bfislvn Globe..
- Profitable Ditch-Making.
"The greatest opportunity for corpor
ate monopoly and money-making in the
country is in Montana to-day,'' said
Gen. James S. Brisbin who stopped in
this city on his way to Washington.
"What is the opportunity?" asked a
Times reporter. ' 1
"It is in the power' given by law to
owners of irrigatm; ditches," contin
ued the genoral. '"The soil of Mon
tana produces' threefold when properly
irrigated. "Knowing (his, the legisla
ture, desiring to "encourage agriculture,
enacted a law with the preamble that
whoever made the soil more productive
was a public benefactor. They then
proceeded to give the irrigators extra
ordinary powers. Anyono .iesirin" to
build an irrigating ditch can run it
tbrqugh your nouse, if it suits him. He
may exerc'se the right of eminent do
main over any but tne owner of anothor
ditch. He Can't 'cross another line.
Added to this is the fact that the char
ter runs forever and the charge for ir
rigation thus. becomes a perpetual tax
on the land.' As to the money in it I
will giye you an iu'stauce; 'Jfnero u B
ditch at Billings, Montana, owned by
Herman Clark, '., which is thirty-five
mile's long and covers 100,000 acres. It
cost $100,000 to dig. At a charge of 60
cents a year for each of the 100,000
acres which it covers it pnid $50,000
the first year. I'd rather own the ditch
than the land it waters, and 5 1 bolicve
that the owuership of such a ditch is
the most lucrative, occupation in Mon
tana, although tlie wealth of that terri
tory is pnbrmousl rhilmklphia Timet.
A New Treatment for Neuralgia.
1 The latest agont Introduced for the
relief of neuralgia is a 1 pet cent, s'olu
lution of hyporosmio acid, adminis
tered by subcutaneous injectlou. It has
been employed in BUlrotii's clinio in a
few cases. One" of 'the. patients had
been a martyr to sciatica for years, and
bad tried Innumerable remedies, in
cluding' the application of electricity
po (ewer than 200 times, while for a
whole' year he ' tried vegetarianism.
B.illroth injected the above reruody be
tween the tuber ischii and trochanter,
and within a day or two the pain was
Sreatlj relieved, apd eveutuully iquite
isappearcd. It would bq rash to con
clude too much from, thesq results, in
tho face of thoJutractabiUty of neural
gia to medication, but tfit really prove
to be as efficacious as considered, hy
porosmio acid will be a therapeutic
agent of no moan value. Latc4,' n
j 'ii ! . 7T l . !
GUbeit.M Woodward, represent
4ye from Wisconsin, U the only mem
ber of the present congress who was
porn in Wanhington. " '
V . v j.f
Ridicule is deadly, sarcasm infer
nal," said.Bov. Chaunoy Giles, of Phil
adelphia, emphasizing those words
, more sharply than any other portion of
his lecture upon "Unhappy Marriages."
Krom a matwlal point of view," the
path' of matrimony, as pointed out by
the speaker, was not llowery. "Hus
band and wife must strive to obtain
hnppluess by creating it for ouo anoth
er, and at best they must not expect
too much," said he. Again, in going,
into a detailed account, of tho causes ol
marital troubles, Mc. Giles . thought
that ono of them lay in the exaggerated
notions prevaleut of the happiness of
married life, vlt is tlie happiest stato,"
he said, ; "but it must) have ita trials,
regrets aud disappointments; though
conducive to happiness that is not its
direot purpose. ' Those mnrriod lives
which seom tho happiest -streams that
flow on without a' ripple are not the
highest by any menus." That men
and women expect too much, from ono
another was thought by the reverend
gentleman to bo a common cause for
infelicity. "The mask must drop off,"
he said . "The selfishness and mean
ness of man's nature will come out,
and thou we are surprised. Wo expect
that our partners should be always
kind, gentle, oonshlei'nto and tender.
But do we apply the aamo rule to our
selves?' Tolerance; self-9crutiny and
self-control, the striving to ' nuke the
other happy was the ' onto ' rule for hus
band and wife to attain, happiness, ac
cording to the lecturer,' All this, how
evor, related to the earthly, iu Mr.
Giles' mind the' least, portion of mar
riage. "All marriage on earth," he
said, "is, owing to the depraved nature
of man, somowhat unhappy." What
marriage was in its entirety, Mr. Giles
thought, was the gradual union, begin
ning with birth aud ending in eternity
of the dual nature of mankind. "For
mankind," he said, "is one thing with
two natures-one male and the other
Another Life Saved.
Mrs. Harriot Ca&mtngs, of Cincinnati, U.
writei: Early lait vkitac air daughter was at
tacked with a aeTere cold, watch aottlod on be
lung. We tried eereral medicliidn. DODe of which
earned u do her anr food, bat the com inued to
get worte, and Anally rained Urge amount of
blood trom her laoea. We called In a family phy
sician, bat bo failed to de her any good. We thi n
called la a phytic ln a nw aktllful profeaaor
In one of our colleges. He iaki that ah could not
tret well. At thte time a friend who had bren
eursd by DR. Wli. HALl.'S BALSAM FOK TUB
LU.NOS advis'd tne to live It a trial. We then
Kot a bottle, aad b fore ahe had aied It all an "be
begun to improve, and by the aee of three bo'tle
wet entirely cored.
DR. MOTT'a LIVER PILLS are the beet Cathar
The mout delicate persons enjoy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
some appetite,' put new life in a broken
down body. 15 cents.' ' ''""' 1 (5)
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dyei Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric 'Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and young, afflict
ed with nervous debility, ' lost vitality, and
many other diseases. "
See advertisement in this paper. 1
ESTWell Dressed' People don't wear
dingy or faded things wbtn the 10c. and
guaranteed Diamond Dyes will mike iht-m
good as new. They sre perfect. Git at
druggists and be econwinicsl. Wells,
Ricbaraaon & Co., Burlington, Vt.
When Doctors Diiagree
it will be time enough (o doubt the relia
bility of Kidney-Wort. Doctors all agree
that it is a most valuible medicine in all
disordors of the Livery Kidneys and Bow
els; and frequehtfy prescribe it. Dr. P. C.
Ballon, of Monkton. inv: "The nast vtar
I have used H more than ever, and with
the best results. It is the most successful
remedy I have ever'ueed." Such a recom
mtndation speaks for itself. Bold by all
druggists. See advt. ? - '
Hop plasters are clean, sweet and
pleasant to use. Fresh H"pi combined
with Balsams and Qurai. More 'powerful
than any other perous plasters: 21 els'.
.,. . ii . i i-iii -
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at bight ' and t- .ken
of your rest by a sick child ' suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Hyrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. , It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhcea. regulates the stomach and bow-
elB, cures wind oolic, softens1 the gums, re-
j i a i f- ij . - s
uuces luuouiuitiut'u, nun given tone ami
energy to the whole system "Mrs.' Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and Is the prescrip
uou oi una ui iuo mucin auu pcei lemum
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Worthy of Praisd. 1 '
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor J and' does
positively cure, then we 'consider it our
duty to impart that information' to all.
Electric Bitters are truiy a moar valuable
medicine, and will surely cure "Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach; tivcr an Kid
ney Complaints, even when air other rem
edies fail. We know v whereof we speak,
and can freely recdmmend 'them 'fd all.
Exch.8old at fifty cents a. bottile' by Bar
clay Bros. .' 1 '' "v" ;1 (6)
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' ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Alonn the line of the St. LVuiis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and ' Ihternatibnal and
Great Northern Railroad, ire th'ousands 6f
acres of the choicest ' farming ard grazinir,
lauds !in the world, tahging In price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort.' Bend VtAlr' ad
dress to the undersigned for copy "of sta
tistics of orops raised to Arkansas and Texas,
in 1883, and make Up' jour mind to go and
ma for vourself when you learn that the crop
for 1888 Is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882.' To those purchasing land owned by
the Compady, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all casb, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets orfreight
over the Companies V0,v !." i "
H. C. Towit? Ksb, Qoiy Pass. Agt. . ,
:i ; ',.':'. vSl LouU,Mo.
The Pleaure and Profit of cultivating these frnltt
is jubi on tin understood. See our free catalogue.
The beet small frntts, new and old.
WELLS & CORWIN,
Batting Hollow, Buffolk Co , N. V.
A G Vj NTS "ale'olh-pi
AY ANTE DS:.-
illlaols for a
work. U. B.
111 Jlattou St., Mil-
Mid Told and Winter.
ot !ui ' c?,"Kh nd colds, aches and pains
the beilt ,Shuf D' Cpcmo f0Toa blasters
on Jamfl HWer Vt., tn north-
t)m BAtf lMtiiiir lll.ie.a..
Claremont, Vlnjlal.. " -UUA.
nil 1b a l.A T It ... . . .
i tblcs of the DiiKt, paper. 10 cts rlotti ak .i.
Seeame aud Uliei. cVown ot W Id Oli Flni
Ethic, of the Dunt, In one "u'ui. Jsalf W'. ,d
, " I "'" rainier. Stom-S of Van.
Ico. etc.. in nn.naraii... i. ".." " en.
.Kill M iViiiV v ii .i r"r CHiaiouua rre
JOOS B. A11 K M , HubllBher.ls Vase, bt.. Ne
A u Only Daughter cured of Cousamp.
with toe mauv hih i.f'a ....... k.. r.-.. .""
Consuaiption.-iir. chim le , o'w ffl ZnuV
and unldv nu I .h k ih.,.i,i. vt- r . ounJ.
peruianentlr cured. The doctor uow Kliesihi. -ce.Wt
tree, only .ekln, ,wo cvultul M . bm
exnuneca Ti.u II... k .1... ..." "I?, i 7 J
U"iea.Ht "V "j1""4". nd will break op i "fVeeh
fold t'i t Wittt v.fsk.if i..u, a At . ,r.T ' -
I hT a dwutb reoieili for tlailmn rfiau l Im
om tbouauniU of cwi et' the Hunt kind uil ofku
Umliu luve ba oarud. liulooil.ioMfaaffUinir
futh in lie enliiary, that I will tml JYiO Bofl'LU
FEKR. tot(ir with a VALIMULB TKkATlRg qa
this discue, to any tufinmr. Oni atoms and P. Ok
addnee. Da. T. A. SUKJU at, lel l'sulat. JleW Y
AU of the tKMt, tith Tifw and eld. Plan la, Trees,
Vinee, beaU. ., ty niall, a -llr. Suftarrwl
ruoruaiMU. UO chuite,chiai', K 1 bolt, fox etAOtliio ;
For the other Hl ftitnd l.OOl tbtnua b
atlas, eeiul fur our
r uiiwiraiea veieii'
liwue of ovar Ujo
UahedSOyrs. AIM acre.
Aim fritr mjr mor. rWi
1 1 lanroOraezihonsea
THE STORRS A, HARRISON CO.
PA1N8?UX, LAKE COfNTi1, OHIO
Exhaunted Vilnlity NrTous and Itiy leal de
bility, i'rvmiitare Di'Cltnj la Man, Brrors of
Toath, and untold misurien ruaulilng from Indis
cretion or excees A book for every man, young,
mlddle-wd and old. I Icon' aim liti prescriptions
for all acute and chronic diseases, each one of
which Is Invaluable, ho found by the Author,
whose extierleure fur U yeursis such as probably
never before lull to the lot of any physlciaa. SO0
paL'1", bound In beantilul Krcaeb muslin, umbo
sod covers, fill' Kilt, uuarsnte' d to be a fluer work
In et. ry Btcif wei hnmcs1, litnrary and prof, s
aional than auy other work sold la this country
for fi'4.50. or the ntooey will bo refunded in every
Instance. 1'ri e ouly 81. 0i by mill, pott paid.
Illustrative earn lu A cents. 8cDd now. Gold
medal aw-.rd.)d the author by the National Medical
Association, to the fUcert rf which he rvfera '
This booic should be read by the young for In
struction, and by the afflict d for relief. It U1
heneilt ail. 'London Lancet.
1 Tlmru uo meinour of siMlety to whom this
book will not be ureful, whether youth, parent,
KUardinn, lntrnctor or rliTjr. man Argonaut.
Addiusn the I'eubody Mnriical limtitule, or Dr.
W. 11. 1'nrker, No. 4 Boltineh btieet. Biston,
June, who may be cuimulied on all disrates re-
qnirliiK skill and eiperti'ui'e f.'h'nnlc and obnl
nate dlneasee that bate battled TTTJ, A T the
skill of all o her phyldanii a
ihyslclans a 1 1 lv1 li sne
ctalty. Sui h trealed sue- 'PIT VOIM I?
ce.fiillv without an Inst- X 1 1 X OlVLsX1
anceof fa, lure. ,
rpUE CITY XATIOiSAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, !ii lOO.OOO!
A General Banking I'.usiiicus ,.
Conducititl. . ...
JiNTEWKiSK SAVING BANK. 1 "
EXCLUSIVELY A SAV1NU8 RANK.
. 'i . i
Commercial Aveuiio and Eighth Street
OA 1 1 tO, ILLS.
F. BKOS8, I'reculnnl.
H. WELLS, Uushlur.
I P. NIFP, VlcePres'nl
T.J. Kerth, AsbH cash
K. A. Uudur
....Cairo I William Kluto. .Cairo
William Wolf.... .
..... " I O. o. I'atler.,
... " II. Wtills.
, Clemson, Caledonia.; ' '
A aSNSKAf. BANKING UUSlNBlJM OONE.
Exchsuite sold and boiiirht.' Intcreit ptU U
the Mavlns Department. Collucllont made snd
all business promptly attended to. i
fk on Wood,
017 St, ClMtrlei Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
...fh ,r!Bh,UiP Oraduntw of twe medical
JUoo.1 DlevaMHt lliaa any otlu rpby.l. iiui In
Bt. l.onU, as city rl is tkew and all old real,
deuu know, t ouMi'Utlon ..i t,m..e or ay i ..: i,
free and uvlted a friendly talk or iiWopliHud
costs imtliliig. liwi Utufiiioiiveuleiittovlslt
the city .or treatment, niHdli:liie can lie sent
by mull or vxprHss tvi,.-) wU. rc Curable cn
rukrauU-l: whr doubt exlsU lk Uftauklt
sutcd. Call or Write. w
Woryous Pwtration Pability, Mental toil
Phyaieal Weaknsss, Murourial and other
tfTeotloni of Throat, Skinaad Bones, Blood
Impurilisa and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affee-
tions, Old Bores and Ulcers, Impedimenta to
Marriage, Eheamatism, Piles. Epeelal
attention to cases from over-worked braia,
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseaaea ariaing from lu.pru Icuobs, Ecesaet
Indulgeaoaa or Exposures.
It Is si'lf-pvl'lciit tliut a ih..li.Uu paylos;
Trtlculnr atti'iition to a lui ol ra.i l ailalua
Krfat skill, and plivnlrUiK In nnulur pri tlr
all ovur the i-ounirv knowiiiK tliU. fri-quundy
reiuiinUK inl .u.:ln the olilcnikiHcv in America,
where every kuowu a..liiinre in r'orUd Uv
and the provml kimhI riueitita of all
ai;es and ruuutrli ni' um d. A v. bole huiM l
uwil foroilli-e iurmj-4, and all are treated with
skill lu a ruH,rvtiul luxnui r: hi.iI. knowlug
what to do. no .rl uu nts me uiade. Hu ac
count of tlie k'reut uuuilut at'l'lylnK- the
eliargf!! are k. l.t low, ofu u !uwu than la
demanded by others If you tecum the skill
and ai't a tlxwily and rf-et lili. cur", that la
the luiiiurlanl inaiu r. riL hUt, M pagea,
aeut to any addreu free.
plaus. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Kh-irsnt cloth and tilt bli.dlnu, BealfKlfcrU
cents In potave or l urr iiuy Over fifty woo.
Verful n picliires. tm to life- artlcletou lbs
followliiK subjfi-u. Who ii.av inurry, whonot
whyf I roir axe tmiuny. Who ronrry flrsb
iHiihoo.l, WuuiiiLimh. riiy.U-al dway. Who
"bou ill iiiark-y. Hon lid mid I,.ii..lii. niay be
iiht-!.-I. I'hnte innrrl.d or eonlniplatln
martyliiu sbotil.l nuil lu It ought to be read
py all adult, .-u, liivu kvpt under lock and
key. riu!ar Mlie,n. .un. n . al.ovc, bulpaixr
eover and pa!', ii ouu U iumU luiuviixa
85 S. Clark St, Opp. Court Hcuse,GHlCA60.
A mnlltrrrftitilftlA. lTH,OlilM,SnA.ull..
In tlis t'intf d hii.li, iiw 1.11 , Lohu aikKMlk-M),
perfect niMihi.d and pure mmi:cmi lunire aaaiil
aud fKi:UA.sa:.t cii'M of all I'nr.t... CLrviuie and
Non ius Dim- vk-s. AiIiM tionai.f lh Hlond, Mkla,
Kldueis, Itluddrr, t:roptliua, liver, Old
Stores, Mm i-lllag of (lie Uluntla, Hur Meutk.
Tkruat. Houtt l'ulua, ucriuuauUj( ound aaa
eradiwklu Wroui tbes)iuu !..( i Je.
UCDVflH C 1,'"l. ' oriiP?.tfMi!iiaJ
II bll I V U ) Lomm, tuuiil lMcay, UrnitU
aisdl Fhytfeal HVukum, fnilinif Mlrmoty,
Weak Lij j, Siunted IMvclvpmrnt, Itnprdi
WHts to Marriiyr, rlc, Vom eject. or any
eiiu", i'li!i, . ly ami n inth ly Cured.
Voiiu, Middle- Igrd ai d Old int-o, aad all
. who aeU iauilicl aklU and e a inTlenca, consult
Dr. bale avuuee. lU.opmi'in out' Bulbing, and may
save future uiia..ry and aname. Vba iauounsnieat
to vuik the ray for liualin. nl, m dicmraua ba seat
eveobure by nuil i r i;.isa Irre Tram ukarr.
yallon, -lt nsiif-rii,Jo.t tiiaia llj .. aba
Sivis kia oli ii tttu!t"u to a clax of diaeaM at.
titln areut klll,T,l i.lr.inanatbrouifhuut tai
oounlrj, knuwr Una, lrvf;unolly ri'timmiiddiffi..'ull
oaaea to llio Mr.t K,vclullal, It Mhuu sii
tkatawn oi rrmrdv ul. rIr. HaUS
Age aud ia-rlrii:e mat ki is (.p.utoa of sua.
preaue Inipi.riunre. tir l in.a n. rail aaa as
oua but ilia I) -KU.il. 1 unaiilialiiriir "and aaacrcdly
cuolidi'iiilnl I ai. aanii.-u bae (ixilud in oUaiuina
raliul UHfii..rA. eni4H'iai!r auiuilrd. laoiala Uia
aaaea traata.l. ( all .r ." Itnura. frora 0 tn 4,
la K butiiUr. lu to I . Otlli. lu UaaXXII
Winm debility, exhsnaUa)
povyrrs, priiuiatura cleeuy;
aud failure to iwiiunn lift's
alulles pruparly are uauaed by
nii errura ol yuuib.
wiil fend a B,rl.jt and laatioc
and alarorotia miaubood to
JHE MARSTON BOLUS.
..ih r ati-iua b druaiuii nor
rt,tor;.ui.a to ronnat heulia
irvmia Iteblllty and
Pb .IcmI llrt'iav iiiunilurailv
iniincnla. 1 lii.lr..atiuntof
snorea.sfnl bvcanae la. il oa yvrf.Hit diaruuaU,
aw al direct tm-lhode and at. valuta (bar.
oachuea. I nil inf luiaii.m and Trcakiae Irta
A-iilnas CmbkiIUor I'hyaiaian f
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 48 W.UthSL, NtwYork.
Electric Appliances art isnt on 30 Oiyt' Trial
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
"ITTITO are lurTrrlnrf f.m Nsavocs DssiuTT,
Lost Vihi.iu, Lira or fcsHrs Foai a aaa
Viuoa. WasTisa Waasiiaaaaii an Jail thoaa dlaaaaas
- of a l'twoNAi. b'artka reauliluK from Ast aas aa4 '
' utuch i -iima ' 8uca.iy n ilrt act oenivikil teato
Tbe irran-lt at iliacovnry of Ilia Naietiienlb Century.
AjiJ nl unco (ur lllualraUHi Fawublt't floe. Address
VOLTAIC HIT CO., MAB8Ha.ll, Mlfli.
Gim A favorlW prpserlptlon of one of Iht
Diost noted avnd sooceasful apeciallsM tn tbsTJ.Hi
(now re 1 1 rod) for tbecure of A'arvoua DatUMlk
kioaf Man Jaoorf, H'eH"sa aud itreay. r)al
(a plain saaUed ouvtflooeree. lirutfgisiacikaflUUa
Address OR. WARD & CO., Louisiana. Mo, '
an mfaiublt eurt for Piles.
Price at, at dnnfgisU, or
sent prepaid hymall. Samiila
ret. Ad. M A V A K F.Sld."
Makers.Box itl NewYort.
U P PC RCR
rut Yoathfnl Imrnidenca, earning
eel Waaknaaa. Valoabla information
furhamannra frasai. Utnd23rearaauo-
Marvoas DubUilr. II
aiantai ana fnjrtH
' nafiillf.i)t.A.j.01ia,lioaaaa.Ubkao 1
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED. PABTS
of the human iiy enxargep. DEVEr
OTKP. STRK N( ITH K N' E P. Kf - la an Interwtlnl
.nines weTTtTsaTrliat, tlmre ii noevi'fcuaotnam?
it run In 11111 tmlit.r In i.nl. 1.1..
Minn, un int Q"nirry, tlieailyertiaem a
lly Ind irKnd. Interealail Pi'rsnna maw I I
1 il em-u.ara bivipk all particulara iv aililianal f
N WW Dr. KE AfJ.
Hu. fYiboirri Olau Bt.. ChisuAttk (U
Ubhltaotl it till IrMUbf All P)
KuTOiii, CUroAilc tul SptcUl t
sM.8rAsrh(t, I m potency (nul
Incaptw-itj i, Female diieaei, etc. Ooo
ulutloa. pemxifclly, or bf IrtUr IrMb
Dr. Kn ( th only pbyilrUn In tb
oliw t Ii al wairrwnlsi nra nr Innat. Llat
Pf UlmtftM book, or tr l.iWQ pnulLUoiaa, 1 kjr atlU
An nnfalllL and speedy on re fof
Aenwias UttnUty and Weahtett,
Lou qf Fitahtvand Vigor, at v&i
evil result of Indiscretion, excess,
overwork, ets., (over forty tkoo
sand positive cures.! eT tkaid
lSo. for poststn on trial boa ol
10O pills. Address, .
Dr.H. W.BAOOM, coy.ClaraBi
A&a CkUiotui Vlace, (Jbicaoo, Uie
I BETOREV-AND -iWTEHl