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TUB DAILY CAlllO BULLETIN : WEDNESDAY MOKNINU MAY 21, 18S4.
THE GREAT GERMAN
llellevea mid rure
lilt It ACHE,
Soreneu, Cuts, Bruitei,
And all other bodily acnes
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold hy nil nrticirlsta and
heelers, lurcetluiia lu 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
Iftwnon A. Voum-ia A CO )
Ilulliiuurr, .Mil., I .N. A.
From tlieno sources urlso three t'ourths of
tho lU(!iiac3 of tuo hutiiuii race. Theeo
HympliJiris lntliuulo their expitciKto: Loaa of
Appetite, JtoivrM native, fMck Head
ache, f'ulliieaa after eating, aversion to
rx.rUnu of body or mind, llrucUtlon
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
plrits, A rrrliiiR of linvlng neglected
oma dm v, IMrr.xIneaa, 1'lutlerliiK at the.
llrart, Iloti before the tym, highly col
ored Trine, fO.STHATIo., und (lo
mnnil tho uso of remedy t,t nets directly
on the Liver. AHaLlvuririodlciiu! Tl'TT'S
IMLI.S ImvtMio c,iinl. Tlicirnctlouontho
Kidneys nnd skin is also prompt; romovliiK
nil impurities through Uicho threo " irav
r libera of the sytm," proriucliiK appe
tite, sound digestion, regular 8tooln, a clear
Bktuiind a vigorous body. Tl'TT'N PILLS
emiso no nausea or iTi-tplng nor Interfere
villi dully work mid nru u. perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IIE FEELS LIKi: A KMV MAN.
"I have lm.il Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, nnd lmve tried ten ditrerent
kinds of pills, ami Tl'TT'S ure tho first
that lmve ilono mo nnv good. They huvo
cleaned mo out, ninety. My appetite Is
ploiiUM, food (lliicstii rendilv, nnd I now
lmvo natural pussiifres. J fei-1 like a new
limn." W. I). LinVAlUM, Palmyra, O.
8o1deveryw;iere,arc. Office, I Murrnv8t.,N'.T.
TUTTS mm DYE.
OnAT Hair on M'kihkkkm changed In
Htuntly toao'iiOS.iriLACK by a Hlnglo up.
pliratlTon of tills I.TK. hold by Druggist.
VI sent by express on receipt of $ 1.
Offlco,41 Jlurruy Siioot, New York.
TliTT'S MAHAL OF UStfCL REGE1PTS FREF.
'Too claim" ton
norh for Sasaei
I-Vi lariaakeptic' IIoir
f Q can cne medicine be
H'ii epecic tit EpU
frslaat tsuitit, Raenmalum, .'prmator
ra ., or xmiaaJ Weakness), and fifty other
ompUJntsf ' Vu.D it a iptnte,
p ?, tti-j is th V.m ci all 4. . 1 frira
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Liti:n ;f".rrtii z&.iid ;s cfi'iiiti ircia
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fct. irj&ZjfiL, li'J.
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3TIE XiL'.ST 7.VG- KyOHN
In Hard or Soft, Hot or toIJ Water.
KA.VFS I.AIifllt. TIMK and KAI AMAZ
INfiLV, aiTi-1 univrrl .iiii-fin Uou.
tuuiiiy, r.cL yr Ljr, blioui'l t without it.
K'.l-l bv nil drxfrt HEW KK of imitation!
fll itniirnH to miHK-Hii. J'KAliM.NK i Uie
ti.NLY kAKK lalxir-fcavinif couipouod, and tkV
W UHrr. U.e hIajvo a y m lx,l, ami nnuie of
JAMES 1'YLK. MilV YU11K-
Hy MKDII1S k SOl'TinVICK
97 A acres of Lund,
In llallfird Coniity, Ky., Mar'.y oppoilte
Cairo, I. lii.,
at Court IIouic Door, In Lonlnvlllc, Ky.,
MONDAY, JUNE 2d, lssi
tit 1 1 A. M.
M tmitpca of tho creditor. e p. h. nerr !,. d,
I will, on Monday, June 2d. l"M. nt 11 a. in., at I lie
Court JIoUe door, fn the clt v of Lnul.vllle, Ky.,
ell to the hlgbeat bidder. li"l a-ro of river bot
tom and bill land. In Da lard (Jountv. Ky, nearly
opposite Cairo III., known k part uf Uk Cochran
tract and adjoining the J"bn Horn on thon
and acrva Fur further particulars aiWruta the
TEKMH One third cafb. balance In 1 and i
years, with 8 percent Interest and lien.
JOHN L HEilK, Truatee.
MEDD19 A goCTHWfl'K, Auctioneer, Loula
The Dailv Bulletin.
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HSC'lulia of live or mure lor Weekly llnlMIn Ht
one time, per year, I.N). liataie lu all cuea
IN V ARIA HI. T IN ADVANCI.
All Commnnlcatioua ahould bo adilreod
E. A. Mj'KNK IT,
Publmhcr and Prourletor.
a ri:i:sii iumtox.
An i:nlih Tourist ami His Sad V.x
peili'iH.'t' in This I51uoily t'ountiy.
lIr. AUi't'd (-iiiiiniiti'.'s, a tori")' Kn
plisluiiiiu from L'lruloii, was sieii hy :t
'J imcs reporter at the (lVot la-it cvcti
inir, en ronto to N"v York. Mr. l.'mu
inin;rd has liocn visiting frienils in len
vcr, luiviii": obtaini'il a twelve week.-,'
leave of uhsciiee from his Lomlun em
plovor. "What do you think of the country?''
Mr. Cum initios was askeil.
"0, 1 ay, don't risk mo. I don't
like the place; it U so different from
England, and tho people and customs
ure so queer. I only left London
nhotit a month ago, ami wish 1 wero
"What iippofm to strike yott as be
ing so different ?''
"Why, everything. Just look how
they travel hero. When I got to New
York my luggago was in confusion,
nnd I had to pick out the things my
self. You know, 1 olVenid a man I
thought was a porter six-peneo if ho
would find one of my hags, and ho
Haid he though I was pretty fresh.
What did ho mean by fresh? And
then 1 hired a cah and drove to a hotel,
and tho cabby wanted to charge nio if 1,
nnd I asked him how much that was in
English money, and he said 'English
money ,'and ho used a perfectlv
horrid expression, and I gave him It)
shillings and took his number, and ho
said he would bring me my change,
luit ho didn't. I complained to a po
liceman, and ho also said ho 'guessed
I was pretty fresh,' nnd when I asked
him what ho meant ho laughed.
"And then when I got on the train I
asked for a first-class carriage and off
ered the guard six-penco to lind uio a
good seat, but ho laughed and said
this was a free country. Tho train
hadn't been long started before some
fellow spoke to me sorno fellow, you
know, I had never been introduced to
-rand ho said it was a lino country. I
put my eye-glass in my eye and looked
at him, but ho didn't seem to mind,
and then ho said I would get used to it
in time, 1 said to him, 'Are you speak
ing to me?' and he said ''That's what,'
and so I moved my scat. Then at
nigiit I wanted to go to bod, and I
found 1 had secured an upper berth,
and when I was climbing up that
w:etchod ladder 1 tore tho "curtain un
derneath, and the porter came, and l.o
also said I was pretty fresh, but that I
would 'catch on.' I think tho railway
carriages are mUerab.e; there is no
Bi-ciu-i.oti, and poop'? speak to you
w.u.ou: an introduction.
"Another thing which I think very
dia'tgreeablo is ti.e way you Americans
t ;k-! your metis. Yon only have three
aa ! wo h:tve. four or livo a day. I can't
g.-t u-0'1 to having oniy breakfast, tiin
i. t arid 'irp.-r, in phee of breakfast,
'l.r.r;- r, te: and supper.
"Ti.en the Americans are too famil
iar for n-. ari t don't piv enough re
: (: to great peopie. When I was in
' Yo! k I '3i walking Lciiind an or
dir.ry ioking rmn, and om : one
'aid: 'iMt ou Know who that is? and
h.:a I s .: I didn't I was told that it
was Pre -id-nt Arthur. The 'idea of
t.ie pre-i'ti-rr. of tt.e Ltiited Ma.es
waik.ug on the ,t ets i.ke that, you
know, is posit.ve'.y .--vking. N- "tio
raised his hat, and no '.-no s"-tned ji.ir
ticiiiariv to care. Wiiv, in Eagiand,
vou wi;eiiev-r ttie 'pieou drives
sv. .she na- a guard of honor round the
-3: riag", ari l a.i tne oeoii.e ra.se tneir
hrit; vli":i she passes, and t!i; poli':e
luan and ."ol-Lers salute, and treat .her.
by Jove, as ti,o igii she were the queen,
and not just as tnough she were an or
dinary lady rlr.ving. 'J nun I noticed
orue one stop the president in Ne-.v
York, shake bands with him, and have
ra:e an animated chat with him in the
public street. Whenever any of our
pr.ri"es go out they ap; toiiowed by de-tect.ve-.
N:otlai:d yard ri;i-n, vou
kn .'W; not fodowud m an obtrusive
manner, but eari.f iliy Watched Mid pro
tected: : r.d J should iike to See an) ono
rush forward nn I talk to one of our
pr'nees like they do to your president.
A man in England takes dT his hat
when talking to any of the royal fami
ly, and it is very few of the ordinary
run of people who ever speak to them.
"Another thing which seems very
peculiar to an Englishman is the way
Americans carry on their business;
they always M i ni to be in a rush and
hurry. The English clerks commence
buslne-ii m j or li) o'clock in the morn
ing, and have from 1 to 1 for dinner;
then they leave at C (clock and.
at 'i o'clock on Saturday af'ernoon, and
a man who would make his clerks
work on Sunday would be socially os
tracised; but here I see lots of business
houses open on Sunday, and many
shops, and the theaters are open on
Si i n day, a thing you never see in
England, lour public houses appear
tik hnfoien nil tiorlit. lillt fit I-'ll'i'hlliil
1 - - -. r-
they open at C o'clock in the morning
und close at It o clock at night.
"How do vou like the American
"(J, I haven't mado up my mind.
They aro so different to our English
girls, you know, ond 1 don't (pike know
what to think of them. They ure less
reserved than Etifrlish girls, and seem
to bo more talkative. It takes a follow
about a month before ho knows an
English girl, and I think I ho Arueri
cans put a fellow at his easu sooner,
don t you see?'
"Do yon notice many class differ
ences between England and America?''
n,ycs; oti know at homo wo
have three classes, the upper, middle
and lower, and here you appear to
havo only the upper class, everybody
thinks he belongs to it. In England
we.call laborers nnd those sort of peo-
plo tho lower class, und all shopkeepers
and people of that sort nro included in
tho middle class, whilu tho upper c)as4
includes all the aristocracy and nobili
ty. There is much greater fooling be
tween tho classes than exists iu Ameri
ca. A shopkeeper is always sneered at
by tho upper class, and tho shopkeep
ers sneer at tho lower class, und so it
goes orr, each class despising tho other,
although as a matter of fact, depend
ent upon each other."
"You think you would prefer to livo
"(jood gracious, my'dcnr boy, thero
is no comparison, iu my mind. I dam
say if 1 lived hero somo tirno I should
become accustomed to tho ways of tho
place, but at present I say give nro my
four meals a day, and tho steady coni
monplacenoss of English life, "to tho
merry bustle of your American coutU
neut." Kuns'U Utty Tunes.
A WAHmOK'S TIUST loyi:.
Tlio Hoaiitifitl (iirl Who Captured
(ien. Hancock's Heart.
Tho name of tho gallant soldier,
Gen. Winlield Seott Hancock, is famil
iar to millions of Americans. Hut few
know of tho many great hardships
which ho labored under before attain
ing his present honorable position. IIo
was born in Montgomery county, Penn
sylvania, l'eb. 14, lHtM. His father
was tho owner of a well-paying farm
there. Uuliko most farmers, Mr. Han
cock made up his mind to give his son
all the bcnelits of a good education.
At the ago of C years ho wa3 sent to
an academy for" young gentlemen in
tho neighborhood. Ho remained thero
until ho was 1G years of age, when ho
was graduated with high honors. His
parents then wished to place him at
work in a large wholesale dry-goods
house in Philadelphia, lie had differ
ent views for himself, however, and
asked that he might bo permitted to go
to West Point to study for tho army.
Mr. Hancock placed no obstacles in
the way of his son. He was admitted
to West Point in ll'.. Ho devoted
himscf entirely to li s books and was
thus enabled "to graduate after four
years with a lieutenant's commission.
He returned to his father's home, but
ho was of a too active temperament to
remain long inactive. With a party of
army men he started out to explore
the "great west. Their lirst stopping
place was St. Louis, where they re
mained. Gen. Hancock at the time
made it a practice to take a lido on
horseback every morning.
While taking his usual daily consti
tutional through the streets of St.
Louis, early one morning, his attention
was attracted by the sight of a hand
some young lady standing iu the win
dow of one of "the most fashionablo
houses in the citv. Up to this time ho
had remained heart-whole, notwith
standing that numerous young society
ladies were only loo eager to become
Mrs. Hancock. Hut the lovely coun
tenance at tho window gave him his
lir.st heart-flutter. Almost involuntari
ly he stopped his charger and doffed
his hat. The young lady blushed di
vinely, waved one fair white hand to
ward him in token of farewell, and
then let the window-curtain fall. Ho
rode toward his hotel blushing iike a
sciioiii-boy, thnil"d wita a new aud
.. ""I si n-atioi;. After returning to
his i.o'.'l he became so abstracted as to
ecltc!..e attention of his comrades.
Ti.c vi-lo:i of a fair y oung girl stand
ing tit ti.e window kt pt continually in
hi- niia I. lb; coui t not resist the
l' ruptatioii t go again and take a
joi k 'at itie hnii-: w i.'-ri: hii divinity
lived. As lie reached the place she
was j'i-'. leaving t.c uoiie on t,,e arm
of a tali, haini-oni", gray-wi.i-kered
ge:.ti"in:.ri. Tt.e voting iauy apparent
ly recognized him, lor rosy blushes
chas-d one another in rapid succession
over her fair countenance. With her
omti'inlon she entered a Iimi isome
arriage stan t.ng in front of the house
and was r'-a iily driven awav. The
riiii':nt voting ( llicer determined at
il h; z itds not to let this opportunity
of finding out who she was pa-s. He
a,:"d a cab, and, giving tne driver a
aiiiNome "tip,"' directed him to keep
the carriage in sight. Who can de-
cribe his feelings when, after an hour's
iding, he saw the carriage containing
is charmer draw up at the door of ono
f his old army comrades? Ju a mo
ment his mind was made up. Ho dis-
liii .vd his cab and waiked mowJv in
the direction of the house. He knock-
1 for admission, and was at once ush
ered it) by his friend in person.
With many blushes and hesitancy ho
made known the whole affair to him,
and begged to be introduced to the
voung lady. His friend iaii"nin"ly
complied with the ropiest and !c 1 him
into the parlor, where the ladv and
ri'leman were already -eacd. Ho
was introduced to Miss M:,rv Russell
and the gentleman with her as her
father, 0'ie of the merchant princes of
St. Loiis. Refore leaving the house
that afternoon he had received a cor
dial invitation from Mr. Eus-el to visit
Ins house. IIo availed himself of tho
invitation, ami thereafter became a
The sweet-faced young ladv appear
ed to be as deeply in love "with the
young soldier as ho was with her, and
six months after their romantic ac
quaintance was formed they w.-re hap
pily married. The lady has proved her
self a devoted wife. "They have had
two children, a boy and a girl. Tho
boy, now a man":):) years'"old, is a
wealthy planter in Mississippi, hut tho
fondly-loved daughter died in in
this city, at the age of 'Ju years. A'. Y.
i;ir, in or YVculih.
"Ilciv, boy, come hold this horse,"
said a fashionablo eipiestrian, alight,
ing from his steed in front of a Scvf
The boy to whom he spoke was puff
ing the stump of a cigar, and having a
nr. . ui.s iii ins pocivei J(.i l(J!ll J,,, w,tM
an incipient Jay (iould, so itisicad of
responding with alacrity he drawled
out languidly, with sonic hauteur.
"Is that such a rip-roarin' boss that
it takes two men to hold him?''
"What do you mean?-' icii.r.ed tho
swell young man.
"What do I mean? I mean if one
man can hold him why don't you hold
him yersiill?" and ho 'resumed his la
bors on the stump of the ciar. 'ftxus
A Positive (' fur Evtiy hum of
skin mid llluod Iisciise, fiom
Pimples to Sfi tiltihi.
rriK'l'S.ASDS OK I.KTTKKS In our poii.n.eii
1 repeat ihl nery: 1 have been n tumble mil
fen r for year with lllund ar.d Skin lliinitim ; Intro
liei II obliged t alum pub! r Iila va by icibiiii nt ii y
illHlL'iiniii: liiniu ih; have had I lie bent tiv.icliiii.;
hiivu i-peot hundred nf i'o lnr.i and rot i r al re
lief until I ui"'!! i be l u r ( I'n.v IIkmh.v s i , tbo new
lllood I'urllli r. Ii teriiully. aid t'lin riu and i i 1 1
eciiA SiiaI", the (Iretit skin 1'i.ren aim Skin 1 euim
tier, i xteriiiillv, wtiieh have cured iiieand lelt my
skin and blood air lire a a child V.
ALMOST 1N( RKDIBLK.
Jaine K. l!ii linrilaoii, t'li.-tum Hoiikc, Newdr
leanii. on until, en l"'" Soinliilou I'. cits
broke out mi nw bi d . until 1 was a nns of rormi
tlon.' Eventliiiu: known to tho medic d f oully
uas tried lii vain. I becnm a nu re wreck V
tlim s cuiild i.ot lift my 1. ;i i. . 1 n to my head, reiiid
not turn in bi d ; 'Aiia in count'int pni , inei looked
upon I I'e as a curse. No relief or cure in Pn yciti .
In isS) 1 heaol (i I the Cu Ileum lit medics, und iim d
them and was ju rfe tly euied.
Sworn to lie ore V S. Com. J. I). CilAWr.'lilV
Si'lTLL MORE SO.
Will McIbmiiM. 'J -I'.' Dearborn S'-eet. 'l,li ,;o.
erati fully a know edfesa cure of Eczi m i. or Salt
Klieum, on Dead, in'' k. face, trills aud bus (or s. v
enteeli yearr J nut able to liinve. exeeft on bail--,
and knees, lor oi.eyear; not i-ble to he! j. hiin-'f
lor eicld years; tried hui.iheds of n ined es; iln
Drolio'iriei d his ciso bojieless, peiiiisiontly c iul
by tint C'ulicurii Jtenieilles.
" MOKE W'ONDERFl'L YKT.
II. E. Carpenter, lleiidirsou. N V , cure.l of
I'soriasla or Leprosy, of 'weiitv yeats' o,ndiiik In
Culi urn K1 iiiedies. '1 lie most wmiilcriu cure on
record. A (lusipaliful of scales full fn in lin dv'v
phi s I'iai s 'Hid his friet lis tliuui;ht be nnst iVc
Ciires.oirn to bcl'iro a j 1 1 1 1 e ot Uie j.csco a '.d
Henderson's most prominent cltiz lis.
Write to us fir there lestirruinials in fn I or send
direct to the parties. All are absolutely true ai d
given without c"r knowledge o foil, K. on ib'n'i
wait. Nov is tin! tune to rure eery .pec i" of
ItcllillL'. Scaly, Pimply, Si-ruf-roii". Illi.etMei'. Ciee
tiiL'aeis and Alopper-colori d IU i il'.'S of the llieod,
Sk"n und si nip witu Loss of Hair
I, is 4 TT'lV Vt'r "n'-Sh. (luifpei ..d
)Vji U 1 1 l ily Skin, H a. khcads, and
Skin llleinishes, use Cilticiira roup.
SAXJOKD'SJIA DfCAL CUIiE
II. ml t'o''!". Valr I)''c!iar-.'es from th N -e
ami lives, ft i ii e! n 4 Xoi-e in ti.e Head. 'trv..:.
IP", ihclie in,'! Fev r instantty rdleve I.
( hi rkuit' mucus di-ledi'ed. nwrn'Tane cli i,:.-''l
and healed, brent'n sweeteleel. -t.'.e.l. tttr'e 31. d
he.r i j re.iored. and mviiL'i-'s ciie(.U"d.
i'i ii'h. IhoticUitis. Iuo;",iii.fs ii.pi the Ih-ei.t,
I'aii.s In the ( lie'?. Inp. rrla. V. a' n. d
Mri li.'tli an K e-li t.o- ot S eep. . . ctl-cd.
(Me hot tie liadiMi! ( ii" one hex ( 'aha' ml S. I
ver.t and mii, ford's Inhaler, ali in oue p n 1,.. je.
forn.i!.!; a i o'npletr tn :r nier t. cf u'.l iriit'-'f"" I t
(I. k fur snnford hadlrd Cure, a rure d sr 1
iatleti 1 1 Witch llazel. Am. l'::i. r. Fir. Atari
l,i'd. Clov-r lt'es-'iiiis, Lie. I'errra hin ii .isu
Ciikmh al Co.. Hoston.
Col ll's Vol'&ic Llec'ric Has
ter lust :Bily al!'ei'ts theMeri
oii" System itr.d biiiishes
Pn n. A pi fi et Electric II c-
Bi ier con! niue'i wnii a i urn i
IS THE CBI 1'. aster for els. . am, hi
or a Piles I'ain, vt ilizes Weak and
5UFFRII(8 RCRVE Worn uur Pin-, stret I'lhen
'ieeu .pircies. prevents D se.,se. a: il din s inoie in
one-hail tin; limn fan anyothi-r plu-ter in the
world. Soid everywhere.
ts'ck ncarlncho and rellcv! all th trouble nc!
dttoa bilious state of the system. mrh aa Diz
ziness, Jiaiisea, Drowaines, Distreia after eating,
I'ain in the Ride, &c. While their most remark
able auccees has been ehovn In curing
ncarlnrhc.yet Cartcr'RLittle Liver Pills am (yinnl'y
valuablu In Constipation, curing and preveuunjr
thia aunoyinj complaint, w luie they also corn ti
all disorder of tho at omach, (timnlaie the liver
aud nijulute the bowels, liven if tli j only curi.d
Ache Ibry vron Id be almost pricdes to rf(i who
rull'er from this distressing complaint; but. fortu
nately their roodncasdoes not end here, and tboo
who once try thera will find these little pill valu
able in nonianywaygthatthey wlllnot lie willitg
to do vviUiOut thtro. Hut after all sick head
In the bane of o many live that here is whern w
make our preut bouet. Our pLUa cutu it whilu
Olbera do not.
Carter's Little Liver Tills fire very mnll and
very easy to take, (inurr two pilla make a dose.
They are trictly vi,'etablu and do not (ripe or
tmrge, but by tin ir pentle anion please all who
lisethrm. la vlalsnt a.i rents; llvo for 1. Bold
ty ilrugglsta every where, or Bent by tiaiX.
CAUTEIl MEDICINE CO.. Sew York
Liver and Eidnoy Eemed j,
I Cotnpnundeil from the well known
Curatives Hons, Mult, liiiehtl, Mun-
Tln,wl..ll.,tl J.,Mjn,ullln r.,u.
cara Hairrndii, etc!, combined with an
airreeiilile) Amtiintle; lllixir
I TIIEY-CUI1G DYSrauTlSDXESTIOIf,
Ait upon the Mvor and Khlncyw,
hequlate tub bowels,
I They c.rt IthmimntlMm, ami nil Uri
nary iroiinrea. imy Invipinite,
nourish, Kt renirtheit nnd quiet
the Nfrvmis HyHtem,
At n Tonlo they ha1 a no Equal.
Time nono imt iinpa and Mult Hitters.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALCRS.
Hops and Malt Bitters Co.
DKTHOIT, M It'll.
A -11 E
The ib velopiiienl of the Irealmeiil of f'sni-er
wnh Suit! Spi ciilc act ma so wonderful, tl hi all
so nllln led rliuii d wr.le IH.
Cuncoi' For Fourteen 'ears.
Sp iriaubiir, S. C , .March It, ism.
I have for 1 1 years been a suileroi f r nu n riiiuiliiK
sore on in v face thai eve bodv ca b d a Casi nil I
liiive us dole n worili el niedtciin' ni'd liiind
no 1 1 Met. Ale lit fuer inonths a I hoi i;hl one
bot'le o S Ill's S .. . Uie poin Id. II K , n H Ii.
aid S'le e have Inniclil live o'lie . leeeeil, en II,
Hi d tl.e h ave n ui ii i i: ,oei d .lid e I ' Mi fai ,i
is h I'te fi on m ,t e as hihIio'I' s. a' d lov leslili
l Mi' I I,' I I I I., I like I, III .iltsd
In i Ii lined i il mi le ml
i 1 J t ,i l,!i' v,
Ml I NI.FV.
V.i M ' . 1 ' n. 11 r, , Ai k . sai v meter ii.le of
ilatl '." P' I '1 ''ie Ik' rl 'i.'l les.il Sllttt'f
So. i i', . I," s .i on nu i, ,, i ,. . I t.t be can.
f V I b.. :-. I, r, .lC, Il l li.!i.,t H' .1 Mill
,-en b, a , e s
Mr b liV
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l, I'll . ,'.1 u , 'VI .. eier i las
Mr W II i, ,!.-. i "'v i. .a .
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an iiii'sn, , r om ',i. i e , , hi li I-1 I . -i. e aav
Ii s n e ,1 b i,-.i, i ' H'- t I' s.l c i'ei.'ni up
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11.. 1 11 1 i HI VI' '
(;r O . i '. i n e e.',1 ii i sii; P:,, ,,.. i, a ;, ,
fill t.i ..j is
I lit. sw i i-i si' H I li ' (.,
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Nc York c:ti .'. I i v . .' d t . .! ca sixth
ar.d sc.. i..li N.- '.i s
000 jl OaL
C:7 St. Charles Su il. '.GUIS, MO.
A roirnlnr Ora.lu.iti, c ',wo nieillc.il
cel.e.. .. !us l en : i ei .': ved in the trea".
im nl "t ( 'hroiue, NiTi ici., SUiii flint
liluiel Hi- a-. til. hi a. iv otleT phy ii'ian la
St. le.u I . as city p i p. r- ilinv . i n all . id resl
1eiu know. "i.Miltv.leii it o.ce or bv mail,
free and Invited. A tri. ii,!'.;' t ,ik er li. oidulmi
Cists imihliik,'. When It 1 l ieei.v, o'.erit tovlslt
liif eitv lor treat un lit. m-.iciiic can be sent
by iiiali or ei.r, si ew ri le i . i .iral.ie cas. I
guaranti 'd ; 'en-ibii.Lt ei at I' la 'raukly
tt.at.il.. Ij.1 or W rite.
Nerrom Prnitratlon, Debliit;, Jlsntai jinj
l'hy-iiral vlaknf, ylsrcu.lal and ether
affections of Threat, Sklaand flonsa, blood
Impuritlei and lllood I'nlsnnlng, skin Aflcc-
tioni, Old Keren and I 'cers, Impf nlmenta to
Marrlaire. Ithcumatlsm, I'llei. pfclal at;
tentlnn t C3s front orcr-workri brain.
M ltfiK At CAnr.S recslva apeclal aUentton.
IMieasea ariilnir frnm Inipruilcncet KiffKM,
Inilul-renres or Expoiurca,
It M se'.f.nl.Unt that a fdivilclar. fr-.Tlnjr
partleii'ar aiterition to a class of caei attalui
ereat Hill!, ai.d phvsieliitis 111 reirular -j.-i.etiee
all over the cmintrv kiiuiiiir lii I -. fr-o 'etitly
recoiiiiiieiol ea-n to t Ii oi l t oltle" Ir iiii.Tl
ca, where every know n iiepluni e I 'e ortec
to, and the proved e.oo.1 rmelie -,f al.
nw;es nnd countries are lined, A bole lunse U
ue for ortVi. pnr ami all are treat- lib.
skill in a repeefnl manner; and, knnw.tn
vt hat to do, no ex pi-rlnieuts are made. In
count of the (treat nuiolier apptvlnr, the
charire are kept low. oft-u lower than i i'e
maii'ied br others. If inn secure the .kl I : :nl
Ki-t a ipeed:' and perfect lite cute, that -ne
(lopoft.i' t matter. 1'au.pletl, -0 puej. S :Ut
to any address free.
pl5tn&. CARRIAGE GUIDE I ps
Kl".-ant cliitb and uV. liindiiu'. healed foi .'-0
r, nts in 'o ta-.'eor currency, over filly w e,
ip rial pen petnres. true In life, article; oil tne
fol lo win ir siilji ct : Who may inarri I whon it:
w hy 'r Protierairi-to niarri . lm marry tlr
Malilio,.!, Viilii.iiili I. I'livncal di'-av. lo
aiioiild m.irrv. Hew life and bapdni- inav
Inereasi'd. 1hoe ii,arried or eonteinplat
liiarrvinif 'boiiiil read It. Itoneht to I"' re:,
hv all adult pei -.-om. then kept under lock a. I
ki v, l'o mar edition, same a ahove. Out pa "C
coier and ;vj pa0'en, -i ceuli by mall, 1 Mione'.
wuourixi cj !'; ir.
p 'sa ,inib" vie-i' d h' ps-njp.very ilelici ui- to
the (:,v!e. 11' li' ii - ,.t and is a po-itive cure.
WINTFR nnd BRONCHIAL COUCH
nia-Hired by Ho- i xieil.ii! remedy.
pin ' In I'll l-J '"'""! ""! """V '"''"'
. i r pi-r ses o" tiii: nt non. stum v p,
j'i .V. :.,im'1 iie l Kill'" . f"' ill 'Id a-- "iii in
... . . j,. j.,,,. m, i,t .,r 1 1 ,. t l ... ,. t 'i- Ann lien. M' k
11 -id - ', v-rv 1 1-1 .. I ee , ii ' V. c 'I lie '-'. I.ii er
l .no nla 'ii' hMiisii, Jin ml ii' , l..lK.ii'lie- and
' ui. v l!-ee- Mills hl'.li. Hi" 1- lih-"lule,V "Ure.
'I In-1 1 1 -1 1 -i 1 1 - !'" n t i ' nt.vn am inieviai. 1- lib
s..ii'i Iv V"i" inl'le. n -Pirii the I I.,. ,1 t i a healthy
oili'luiiin, n "iihitji.e ,(, suj.j.l-. ilitj de
lici' ln ii s, und pri vi-iils li-i as".
Inrt' ttim. in tr'l tnn'j"ij. i tir ,..,; i"i.7 a try kittle.
PAPIL1.0N MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOIl 8VL3 11 ML l)r(U'j(ASTS
Fur J'iilo bv
I'AUJi V.. SCI1UII,
Snooial Atrts. ifi this citv.
For Salo bv
fi.oriv, .itAi;. ani ii4
Egyptian JMotmiiK Mills
nitrhi8t Ctush Price Paid lor Wlifat.
1 1 ant
ILLINOIS CENTUA.L R. I,
T l I I'i
Shortest and Quichcst Kouto
St. Louis and Chicago."
1 1m Onlv Lino Kmmniur
0 DAILV TKAliV
Makinu DiKKtrr Connkotion
w IT 1 1
I'i A i ma I lo Cmiio:
tJ.'.'H :i Mi. .Mi.it.
ttlitti In M i. ..in. ii i.i i in , viurami.s. p u.. ,
Cent.., . I i al cij' at,,! Killi.cf-.aiii for circle
nail I.i uoii e, i,i.ii,a,i.iln aiui p Inn Eiist.
I '-':'-'"' in I' iimI t. I.oiiIm ami
N i'M 11 l ..pl'eHn.
,"'"'i''' f I t out. i;:r, p. in., arid coniii ctlii
lot ml p nut,. U v. .
II 4". i in l''ii. MxpiaiHs.
'"''' 1 "' "'' 1 ht. ail-i, arililim at Si. ..,ui
b' l"i p in . and I 1 ii a.i . ::n a. in.
.' t -1 1 r i. in 'iiuiniiutl I'llpi'ina.
Ainui.tf at Cli.ciinoiti :;ul a. ill ; l.ounvllb
a m ; Il dial npo I- 4i. a in. I'us.ei.;. r, by
ti.. tra ii tea. h the ah vo points I io Mtj
III t lis il; ad i a: ( e of .mi ui in r route
I rV-TUe I: o a in. it,n.ai ha PI I.I.MAN
Si'l k'l'l.N, t. Alt Irein t niro to t l.ictiii.atl, with,
out dinners, and Ihr -uli sleepers to si, I.oip.j
an ! Chi. at;o.
' l ast Time Fast.
I'j'.SM'lJ'nM'S h' U" itt'C ,jo ;hr .'ii;h to I.
i o.s t. iit in t.ru p,,i;,t. wiii;,,:,t 4. y fle'av
'.. seil I j !.i:i,diiv inter v, i.lnk. 'I'I,.- Saturday al'er
nu u train frieu i'!ro a-rivts It. new Yo'k .Nlnriday
rioruier at to T'u'rty r: ho.ir!n a-iiai.ctoi
u- e:l c- n-ate.
I fVi tl.rviuh tick-ts ai i r.ri'.er ii.for.rdtp'i,
k i V kt liliie.ils Central Kl;rf sd D-put, Oto.
J II. J'lNIi:!. T lev el A.., i t
A. !. HANSON, (ten. l'as. Ajert. J'hlcaifo
11. 11. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
II-MNOIS CKNTKAL It. P.
1 tains dej.a t. Trail., arr v.
M ii! '.' -.'i a. rr . I t Vail i: .', m
:j:t.1p. m K, ris u 4", a in.
Jse I.eir.s I x K;;-5 p. in. 1 t 1 nut Kt -Mo p. m.
I. ( . K. It (Solitt.ftti Iiv:sii ii )
tM .il t:l'. a.ni irV ( Kx . l-io . m.
K ' .s be -0 a in ' (i Fi . . 11 nil a ui.
Mail A lit..
' Accom ....
.. 3 45 P tu. I N. O. Kx 4.l p.ta.
sT. I.. A I. M. It. H.
,.lll::'i p.m. Eipres ..J:iO p.m.
., ST. I., ft) V 11 It.
....I in. in
Mall Ex. . Il ..'Kip. tn ,
Aico n PI il a.m.
.. 4;Ki p.m.
.... : 15 a.m.
Freli ht. ti 4.1 p. in
I"J'.i;.r. & (Hip) H. K.
,...S:Vi a. m. .M ill. ..
Dully ex. epl sun ay. t Dailr
TIM K ( AH IJ
A KHIVA I AND DKPAHITUK OF MAIL.".
Arr at I Dei "re
1'. u. r... PC
I. C. K. ttroiith lock mad).
1 a. m.
3 p. ro
9 p. m
M p. in.
ti a m.
S .v) am
4 p. nt
" (way mail)
" Oouthi rn Div .
Iron M uiiluiu 11 It
V. al,a-h It It
Tela A St. l.ou-s II. K.,..
Sr. i.oii's A (' Iro It. K
.i Id p.m.
.1" p. m.
7 P. pi.
.5 p. m.
.11 l iver nrriwa w eil . Sat ,t jioii.
" d. parts Wcii .Fn. A Sun.
P O. pep ilil. op n from 7::jiiam to7:'!l put
P.O. box del . o. el1 Irorn n a. m to!p m.
Sur.dai s t!er . del. or en lrotn....ha. m. to o a ni.
.Sutiilais I n.x (ie! . open from ...lia.m tolorKiam
t"-.NOie.Chtif will be p'l dished frcm
time to time tn city pnpi rs. change lour cards ac
CurUitiiiy. M. J). .MUl'.PIlV. r. M
T M 1J
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized DtienibiT. 18153, Under the
Law of 18B3.
Sutce-or to Widoiv. and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, o'tranlze I July 4th, 1H77, under
the law. of IMTii.
JOHN II. KOUISHDN.
WM. HI KAl'i' N
J. A. li'iLKSTINK....
C. IV. IIIUMMI
... Vice Prlsidcnt
BOARD OF DIRECTORS foii 1t YEAR.
Wm. Strtittnn, Stratton A Uird, prosers, Cairo, III.,
J. A. OoiiNtlne, oKioldhtine A Itoseiiunler, w hole
sale and retail dry good;C. W. Duniiinif. .M. I).;
Pre. lid. Med F.x.. for P. tisions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. II. Hobinson, con my
Indue an notary public; Win. K. Pitcher, com,
broker and Itnitrancc Hl'ciiI; R. H llalid, cliy
"tieet supervisor; M. Ph,lli s. carpi liter nnd build
er; l nomas Lewis, attorney and secret arv ; K.V.
Pterce, attorney At-biw, Duthioin III. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of centennial Kan., Ashlev, 111.; Al'iert
Harden, cashier of (ieorue Coiine ly A Co., Spring
field, II ; II. M dtinn, attorney-Kt-law. I6 Haj
dolph silen t. CIiIcbl'o; Hou. Hobt. A. Hatcher, at-torney-at
law, Charleston. .Mo ; II. Lelghton,
cashier First National Hank, htuart, Iowa.
THE BtST RtMtOr IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES Peculiar to FEMALES.
Tt is a Hpeclle for the cure of Fulling of the
Womb, I.eiieorilin'.i, Pain In the Hack, l'nltifiil
orHiipjircsscd Meiistrtiatbin, I'IooiIIuk. Faint
ing .Sciisalloiis, und all the vnrled troubles nt
tenduiK the period known as Change of Life.
MERRELIS FEMALE TONICS
and STItl.MiTII to the I'tkrink Fi nctionh,
excltltiK benltliy nelloii, nnd restorhiK them to
their norinnl condition, It In jileasiint lo the
taste, MAY IIKTAKKV AT ANY TIMK, mid Is
truly a "Mothera Friend." For furl her nd
vlce read Mcrrell Aliiiunac. Full directions
with each bottle. Price, 1.00. Prepared bv
., JACOB S. MERRELL, St. Louia, Mo.
""id by all DniKKlsis and Dealers in Medlt'iie,