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THii DAILY 0AIKO BULLETIN; Flit DAY AlORNlNi MAY S3, 1684,
THE GREAT GERMAN
lts-lleves and cure
II At K A 4 HE,
Soreness, Cut, Bruises,
And all other bodily cu.hu
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all PrncKtsta and
Ds-alcr. Uirecliuua iu 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(sWsKn u A TOCIUK t CO )
Baltimore, SldM I, at. A.
UPWFD Fill T"w l
much far Saxaki-
can one medicine ba
I a spcclflc for'EpW
Opium Entirur, It ben mutism, rperniaior
Thir or .s'iniiml Wcaknews, and titty other
complaints?" V. e claim it a tpttt.He, sim
ply, because the virus of all diseases arises from
ttii-Vlnod. lundno, Resolvent, Alterative arid.
Laxative properties mtftalltheconditioM herein
riftrrctl to. Jtsknown vorld aide a
Ituuic-ls and cotniMm-a lue patient nut oy ira
Introduction of opiates and drastic cathartics, out
by tbe restoration of activitvto the stomach and
nervous system, whereby the brain is relieved
of morbid fancier, vhkb. ttie created by lha
tarn-en above referred to. i
To Clergymen, Lawyers, Literary men. Mer
chants, Bankers, Ladies and all those whose fed
intury employment causes nervous prostration,
irregularities of the blood, stomach, bowels or
kidnevsorwho require a hem-tonic, appetizer of
HimuWit, Samauitax Slbvine is invs Inal.le.
Thorn-ande proclaim it the liio-t wonderful inv:f.
cirnnt Hint ever e'l-niincd the tinting tyttem.
!.o0. hold by all lrutr1tn. U
VT teetimotJ1 and cir-nlar send stamp.
zzz is, 8. a. n::s::r: 1:13. c:., r:.r3X,
" 6X. JOSEPH, MO.
Lord, StouieJiur;!. Jt Co.,A4i.., Cklcajjo, 111.
From tbe.se sources a.-ine three-tooths ol
t'ne UUoaii'ja of the human race, 'lnes
tiympuitna indicate their existence: Los ol
Appetite, it owe la costive, hick Head
actte, fullness after eating, aTtmlon to
exertion of body or wind, limitation
of food, IrrltaOillly of tamper, JLow
spirit, A frfUnn of having neglected
ome duty, Jizziues, I luttertnt; at tbe
Heart, lota before the eyea, hlthly col
ored Irlne, fO.STlPAlio., and de
n.and (lie use of a rernciy that a:ts dirrtiy
on the Liver. As aLiver medicine Tl'TT'S
VI LLS hav no t jual. Tl.eir action on tbo
Kidneys find kin iialso prompt; removing
ail impurities tiirouah tbeee tbree " kv
entrert of the lynnm," producing appe
t:te, wund digestion, rejrular fVxils. a ci-ar
tkin au l a Tieorous Uly. Tt'TT" PILLS
vu:iie no naj.-a or griping nor lntetlere
v:tli di!v work and lire a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
TIT. FEHLS LIKE A 5E.W IA.
"I have had Dyswrpsia, vith Constipa-tiin.twoyt-ars.and
lmv? tried ten diffortnt
k:nda of pills, and TITT'S are tbe firbt
tnt have done me any good. Tbey have
r.U-anwJ me out nicely. My appetite 13
f;dendid, PkI digMU readily, and I now
Lave natcal pa.-s.it'e. 1 ft.l like a new
tn." Y. b. hDVAPO3, iJalmyra, 0.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Crat Hun c;s V,'iiipk!:&4 cliangcl In
('ant.'y toaOijtsr I.La'JK by a Hinglo Bp.
jilKttion of t.;U Jvii. sold by DnijeglfU.
traentbytTjnes,(,n receipt of $1.
Office, 41 Murray fitroet. New York.
TUTT'S MAMAl OF USEfWt WtCtlPTg tRtr
Livt:T and Kidney Hembdy,
ComrKiunled from the well knnirnl
Ciir.Uivet Ilrim, Mult, IJuetm, Jint,."
' pj drako, dandelion, barRRparillft, Cas
w cara Kasrada, rlc, comlnned with an
atrrefatile Ammatlc Klinr.
H Q tel upon tbe Liver and Klduejn,
g kegulate"tue" bowels,
iTbey euro lUicumn'Um, and all Uri
nary troubles. Th y invigorate,
p LuiirNh, etrenirtlien and quiet
the Kervoui Pytm-tn.
I As a Tonlo they have no Equal.
Jjjj luce none nut Hops and Mailt I'.ltttn.
ga '-E BY ALL DEALERS
Wf-Hops and Malt 3itters Co.
iUscs 110 Pain
Gives Kelief at
cure. Not a LI
on 11I r, Wmirr An
id led with fincrcr. (Jive it a Trial.
1 iSB i
We nt", at drnttiiti. f)'t ceutt by mall reenter
ed. H- nd for circular. -
J.Y BUOTUEK8, Dru ell, Owego.N.V.
Tlie Dailv Bulleiiii.
TEIJMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Da y one yeai by carrier...... $1:1 00
pi) per ceui. discount 11 paid In advance.)
Daily, one year hy mail Id DO
Dnilv, one month I
Dally, one week 2'c.
i'ubllfbed evrry morning (Lnday a rxrepiodi
Weekly, one year i
Weekly, 6 months 1 'W
I'nhll.hed every Monday noon.
t-Clubiof live or more lor Weekly Balb tin at
one time, per year, SI. AO. l'ostai(u la all case
ISTARIABLY IK ADTANCI.
All Communications ehould be addrerned to
K. A. BL'HN ETT,
Publicber and I'rourletor.
t ii.vicLi:s KK.vin;,
The iloru'u (f I'iiuiles UvmIc
i':'.ni! a ian of regret v!.'.tver K::2-Ji-h
lii-tiou U rc.ii!. Tiioiih nut ia the
very tirst t'Auk of r.ove'i.-t-, he w:is al
ways popular, anl, while his books
were ever interestln.-, th.-y wi-re prac
tically iiistrtictivt'. He ii!l uittch !or
prison reform iu "Ni v. r T'-o Late to
M'n.," Mid extioi d t!ie a' tis. of .ri
vato lunatic usylutus in TIutl Cash"
even more eC'oJtua'lv lli.in Ji-1 Wiike
(V.iins ia The Wuait.n iu White."
Keade haJ a craze for ilratur.tic adap
tions, but he was never a success ia
He was the son of an Kncrlish conn
trv per.tleman, and wtiS born in
llis'iocial stati.m was enviable, and no
had ail the ml vantages of :.u Oxford
education. He Levari hi lit of t:e"-ces-fn!
novels wiiii -ri- 'idli;iij:ton,"
published in lSj-. In the aute year
lie produced t'hri-tie Joi;i)-'!ie,'' Md
'It Is Never Too Late to M nd" ap
peared iu 15-"A. H UoVei "White
Lies" was publiiied in l", and
Griflitb Gaunt" in l-'i. Tais lar.i-r
was and is the mot poj.ular of his
works, but literary jttd-res award the
palm of superiority to his Cloister
and the Hearth," published in IvJl.
He has since written 'Tut Ynirelf
in Hi Place." "A Terrible Tiinf.a-
tion," and several other ?ii"rt sior.e-,
which have been des-Tvelly pojiular.
He has also wrote Several .successful
plays, one of the late-t of which was
"Liritik, louudeu on .o.a s - l. avhii
moir." Only a few days aro General
J. Meredith Ileade, his cousin, ave a
New York reporter an interestia ac
count of his distinguished relative's
method of working and a glimpse of
his home life. He said: "He was a
rreat reader of newspapers. Any
thing that struck him as intertstir,, or
any iact which tended to support one
of "his humanitarian theories, was cut
out, pasted in a large folio scrap-book,
and carefully indexed. Facts of any
sort were Lis hobby. I had a commis
sion from him once, which took a loa
time to fill. He wanted a complete set
of the 'Gazette des Trib::naux,' or
record of crime in France for years
and years. I got it, but at the expense
of in'uch time and trouble.
His way of work is peculiar. When
he has decided on a new work he plots
out the scheme, situations, facts and
characters on three lare sheets of
pasteboard. Then he sets to work,
udtiz very larjre foolscap to write on,
and working rapidly, but with fr- ipi-.n;
ref .-renees to h:s store-house of facts in
the scrap-books, which are ready at
His nana, lie usea to live in a i.u:e
house in Albert Gate, the window of
his study looking out over the park.
Some corporation wanted to fret pos
session ol the property, ana used a.l
manner of means. to :et the tenants
out KeaJe resisted t);is, and fought
them for four years, finally winning
the battle. He christened his house on
this account 'Naboth's Vineyard.'
As I said, he wrote in room looking
over tL-e p:rii. In his t':irden, which
was covered with a wire netting, he
kept Mjme tame deer, for he was pas
sionately fond of dumb animals. H
had a dog which looked like a sheep
and thought like a Christian. Half a
dozen times a day it would jitmp on
his table as he was writing, hold out
one paw and patiently wait until its
master had jrravely shaken it and pro
nounced the formula: dlow do vou do
sir? You must ex'-use rue to-dav,
am very busy,
iutiiti down an
l !i'-n the do would
hold eornmi.iic witli
S line time n'o his brother ia.'.ufi.-il
him to leave "Naboth's Viii' yard,' as
that s-ide of tin: park is damp mid unfa
vorable to bronchial triioles. After
ward he llwd in a liimc n. xt to liis
brother s, on the L bridge r.:id. He
was trouble I wiiii t.tuiii-iiitis for year?,
li- was a feliiw of Madaieu college;,
Oxford, an I alwavs kept his f.'ilow's
ro.itn tin 'l'e. Wiii-ti he had tut attack
of bronchitis in London he Used to
rush to-,ii to Oxford, wait there until
he had recovered and a fresh attack
came on, and then ba k to London for
the change to restore him acrain, and
then the same programme would be
lie was devoted to tlm country, and
ins Miection lor Ins old home was
touching. He knew every soul in the
village; and not only that," he knew the
name 01 every Indd lor runes around.
and would frequently dis'-uss the origin
01 wie pastoral nomenclature. lid
even jiroj 'cted a sort of dictionary of
these names with brief accounts of
their history. He began an article, too,
on the influence of climate on family
characteristics, oascd on the (lilb rence
observable iu the portraits of the Kn
lish and American branches of our
family in the last five generations.
"Charles Heade was a brilliant con
versationalisU Ho had a peculiar
beautiful eye, of u limpid brown, which
coulu 011 occasion Hash lire like steel.
He had a large share of humor, and 1
can sco now mo twinkle iu that lariro
brown eye as he hears the point of a
Parrots are queer creatures, and,
like monkeys, sometimes seem liko a
vorv burlesuue upon humanity. One
South American bird had unfortunately
learned on sliip-board the hnbit of pro-
fano language. Tho mate, a littlo
ashamed of the creature's profanity,
undertook a euro by dousing Jt with
water at each ctlenso. Polly evidently
imbibed tho reproof, for duniiir a sralc,
when a heavy sea broke over a hen
coop and deluged hens and cocks pretty
thoroughly, slio marched up to the
drippiug fowls and screamed out,
"Been swearing again, ham t ye r
The Touch of a Moilicr'a Hand.
A Lieutenant of a Rhode Island bat
tery, a mere youth, lay dying at Wash
ington. He had his right foot shatter
ed by a oh ee of shell at an engagement
near" Mcehanicsville. The foot bad
been amputated, but ho nnk slowly
away. All his sufferings had been
borne with a soldier's fortitude, and it
was now near iniduight, he having
reached the city at noon. His mother
had been telegraphed for and was to
meet him at Washington in a day or
two. Ho was very low, and two ladies
sat by his bedside, the one fanning; him
and the other holding his feeble hands.
The lady had her finger on the pulse,
noting tho fluctuating pulsations.
About midnight his mother arrived at
tho hospital and begged to see her boy.
She was cautioned not to excite him,
as tho least thing would carry him off
suddenly. She said she would slip in
ami take the place of one of the ladies
by his bedside. It was quito dark in
the room aud he dozed. Smothering
her emotion, the mother stole softly to
tho bedside and, sitting down, took the
limpid hand from the lady. Hardly
had she touched his hand when he said
slowly: "Surely that was my moth
er's h::n 1. I know her touch." Then,
op-.-ning his eyes, he asked. "Who is
this beside rue? It must be my mother.
I feel Ikt hand; turn up the gas and
let me see my mother. I know, oh,
thank God, I know, I know she is
lie re." The gas was turned up, and
the two dear faces met in one long,
loving embrace. After a little ho said:
( :i. mother, I am so happy now that
Inn with you. I shall die content"
"Hut you must not die, my dear
boy." said tho fond parent. '! could
not lose you."
"Ala." he replied. '-I wish it could
be so, but Qod wills it otherwise; but,
mother," he said with a smile, "I have
faced death too often to be afraid of
him now, and 1 gladly give up my life
to my country."
This young man had been wounded
oa the very last day of his three years'
service. Oae more day and he would
have been discharged and on his wav
home. He died when he was lust 2")
ve-ir and nine months old.
After one of the severe battles some
i ilicers were r:u:ng ia xne wooas near
Stone Hridge. and as they passed the
dead they noticed the body of a little
bov resting against a tree. He seemed
to have sat down at the foot of the tree
and fallen asleep, with a handkerchief
covering his t.tce. nemoving the
handkerchief, a countenance of rare
lor-liness was disclosed. The boy was
clad in a handsome, almost gray, uni
form of a staff officer, and beside him
lay a fancy little sword. The officers
dismounted and gathered about him,
one tf them lifting him carefully up.
The blue eyes stared in vacancy, and,
although stone dead, he was not yet
cold. He had a wound in his right
breasr, and his jacket and undercloth
ing were soaked with blood. His ap
pearance indicated he was attached to
the staff of some regiment or general,
but no one knew him. A search in his
clothing resulted in discovering a
small bible, and on the flv-leaf was
written, "James Simmons, S'ew York.
From Lis loving mother. 'My son, re
member thv Creator in the days of thy
youth." Nothing else was found by
wnich to ide-ntif v him.
One of the officers wished to take
him to headquarters, but that was six
miles away, so they left him where he
fell. His face was bright a.most ra-
liant and his lips parted in a smile.
He was, indeed, a beautiful boy, and
some mother's darling, but there he
lay a victim to the cruelty of war. Who
lie was, other than that liilne tolu, I
never heard, but if they be living I hope
these lines mav meet the eves of his
friends. He was not over twelve or
fourteen years of age.
At Na-hviile, in one of the hospitals,
on a little cot, lav a oung oltieer, al
most a boy, whose form was burning
with fever. All day long he lay on tho
ijc I, Lis bright eyes fixed upon the
111 niature of a beautiful woman which
he held in Lis hand. He kissed it
iigain and again, murmuring, "Moth
er, my moiher." In the night he grew
worse and delirious, talking all the
time about his mother". One of the
sisters came to him, and, catching
sight of her dress, ho smiled and said,
"Ah, mother, I knew voh would come.
The nurse smoothed his brow, and he
murmured, "Kiss me, dear mother."
Tenderly tho noble woman stooped
uown and kissed him. "Ah, he said.
this is the tlr.st moment of peace I
have known for a wick," and passed
His mother did not com", but the
S;s;er of Charity smoothed his way,
u. ...i . i . i i . -
wiicn i;it:se tieam-ijcii Beetles are
remembered, and the u'-'ntle, patient.
gray-robed figures gliding about among
tne ueau ami dying, what do we not
owe to those nobie women who sacri
ficed comfort, home, everythingto min
is'er to our poor boys In the war.
C hecked Too Much.
At M teon I became ncrpiainted with
n i.-oiniiiui 1:1,11 luurini, ne loiireii lor a
Philadelphia harness house, and ho
had two trunks. As soon as I found
that he had two trunks I discovered
why he crime up lo nio in tln reading
room of tlio hotel, reached out tho
friendly hand, and said that he had
carried iny photograph next to his
heart for Hie last seven years. Ho
wanted liie to lieek one of the trunks
on my ticket as wo went up to Atlanta,
ana inus save nun expense ou extra
ell, 1 agreed. It is seldom that I
try to heat a railroad, but one must do
something lor his fellow-man now and
then in this up-hill road throu-di life-
It so happened that I had a pa-s around
to Montgomery via Atlanta, and I
handed it to tho haggasfe-cheeker with
out n thought of what might follow.
as a consequence, wni.e tne harness-
house tourist dropped nfl' tit Atlanta
with tears iu his eyes for my disinter-
cstedness, only one of his trunks drop
ped oil with him. Tho other eontimiei
tho rido with mo for LW miles, and
after considerable telegraphing it went
back to Atlanta by express. Just how
much it cost him to fall iu love with
1110 I don't know, but I assure him on
my honor that whenever I can so out
of my way again to oblige him I ttliKll
choir.'ully do bo.M (Jnwi.
Tbtrsiuy Eyesi.no, May 22, 1834.
The weather is cool and cloudy with pros
pect of a repetition of the heavy run s!.rm
The market rules steady and with little
change nntxeable in anything.
The rivera continue to fill, but the wet
weather still keeps farmer back with their
work, especially in the bottoms.
FLOUR Dull and weak but without
change in prices.
HAY Choice is held firm at quotations,
with light movement. Receipts are light.
CORN Firm with an upward tendency
in prices an choice dry white corn and none
OATS Plenty; dull. Prices are weak.
MEAL Firm and higher.
BRAN Easy and unchanged.
BUTTER Full stocks of all kinds and
very little demand.
EGGS The market is well supplied and
prices are easy, with prospect of declining.
CHICKENS Plenty and very dull.
STRAWBERRIES -Arrive freely and
tell readily if choice. Pr'ces range from
1.00 to fl.OO, according to quality and
Sales and Quotations.
NOTK. Tt prtcee nere gmen are for m m from
flrt band In round lota. An advance ii
charged far broken lotttn niHccur-i, r.
1 -Obbli txtra Fancy -
J,il bMi varioaa grade......
1 u bMi" Pancy .
Pi) bb! choice
4 car gilt edge mall bale....
12 car choice, email bale
ica e mixed
Scar choice white In bulk..
4 cart cbolce mixed In balk...
Scar ctntce unite iu balk ..
. 15 Wf '
3 car In bnlk
S cart choice Northern In
No. 3 Kei, ierbu
No. i Medileranean....
yj bb'. City on order.
y'j poundi choice Northern Dairy.
poo ods choice Northern
500 pound froaibern Ills
4-X p-jutdi country .
- tf doien
" coop choice hen
S coops mixed
5 oop hens
....t SOiil 00
Per bbl choice Ben Darl. nominal y....5 V3S 00
" ' Kome iJtauty, same i 'JfiiA oO
."mill Tartetle, same 4 t o
Cbolce Romanl't, um... .,., 4 '
Oenatons, lame... ... i 'J)
1 00 2 a fo
W crate, fancy.
Netr potatoes, per bbl.,
.. 2 71 W
mring Deans, per oox..
Fease, per box .
...1 0 ;-l 50
Oranges..... 4 0011 50
Lemons U 5 i0
2 ras 00
. 2 J0u: WJ
Peach Blow per bub, nomital..
Early note per tiueh.
Potatoes per bbl
.1 VjiL-i w
According to slis
H. C. Hams .
HALT V EATS.
2 bushel burlap.
Cbolce nay ....
2 mas n
2 lLS,t Ti
Choice medium .
Bearer per pound
10 to B.-i
10 to 4!i
V) lo Ri
an to a .'it
75 to tt 1 0
8 to 14
Hear 1 00 M 00
Dry Flint choice.. .
Hbeep Pelt, dry ..
Sheep Pelt, ureen
Good lug 4 S& 8 Or
owLeaf... 4 7.na J or
Madlom Leaf m 7 ft
OortUaf. 7 50 '
KATK3 OF FHEM1HT.
Oratn Hay Flour
Bcwi. Vwt Wbhl.
Me:pt'ii l.'H is '.'i
, vOrVmiK I.", j)
Fletelia, Ark IT' J
Klii.ei.tou. Mi' .... S-fJ 4-"
Vickfhurti. Preutej llousj 2 i per iwt.
All otbi-rwar points below Menipb'a to Ni
lean, rame rate a to K Inestoj
SI MMER LAW I F.Cl'KES(nlne weekly) hecln
10th Julv, lsM aDd end loth r-epteniber. Hate
proved of ntunal ue, -let. to uttident who desiirn
to pursue their tud e at thi or other Law School ;
1 1, to those ho provone to rend privately ; and :id,
to practioners who have not had the advantage of
vtemtic ins'ruct on. Por circular addre il'.O.
University o! Va ) to John li Minor, I n r. I'oin.
aud Stat. Law. i Mm
1 A AT ft
The development of the treatment of ' an-er
with Slft Specific hvim no uonucrlul, tlmt all
o afflicted fhou d wr.te ua.
Cancer For Fourteen Years.
Spartanburj,'. S. C. March II, 14.
I have for H year been amiffererf r im a running
ore ou my face that eveiybody ca'letl a Ijvra. 1
have n d o.e- If. 0 wurth of mediciii" ninl tound
no relief. Alxiut four tnontb 1111 I b(ies:lit ore
bottle ol Sn ift' Sf I tic from l)r. II . E. ll.M.itsh.
and eince have bought five otlie-e. !meuike-i 11,
and they have it uku mk found and well! Vv fu e
ia a free from a or$ a anybody', and my Ic iiitn
is perfe t y re-tured. I feel like f irtv turn h i t
betn lifted off my head
Vutir t1 nnlifuvv.
Mr. R F. IUtrn. Uope, Ark., cnyf, under date of
Jan. l"-s: ! have taken the bot'lesof s.fl'i
hpecillc for a note on mv temple -. nlu to lie a cun-f-r.
1 have been wnadurhllly benelited aiid will
loon be a well 11.101.''
Mr W. It. liobis n. DavShoro, tia.. wrt'e. un
der dati'cf January i. I am L'ettini; on findy
the ub er Ir ktraduully tiealiiiir I fuel tl.a' Swill's
Specific, will cure the burrihle ciuci-r wlilib has
been feedir.j; on m : fur over 1 y a c."
Mr W. II. (iilert, Albany, (la.. sv:
"A Kentlemdn 1 am. d.I.j're i.enr th's ci.v had
an eatinir ct'-er on hi Ti., c, whv-b hid i-it-ti' away
hi me ai d h'. uuderl'p, and bad extended tip
until it tad neady reached 1,1s ue Tne ci,rr
eatini; bis irumr a!,". bad rendered hi teeth o
kmo tlmt butbottht 1 hey rnlflii at any time drop
out. He ha b en takini Swtrr's Srci iHi a-iou:
three 111 Mil, Btid its t-ifei t !.n beeu wondirfui.
It bus rtriv.-n 1 he pn.o., fr, m his -y-t- m nu
cer ba healed trreat'y. hts ttetti bay become
itrO' KKi:n.and be t!ai.ks be h is be. 11 tv.n -uvd
trom mi awiin ,tl.. He M tbe .: iu'ii .-'.:;
man I enr sj ."
Our trevWc on
r.iij.jd i.t:d Min
free t'j aj p.ieat.t
1FT 'spKCI1 10 i'ii .
, i.d St . between
New York Oil!
and f(.-.en!h A .
vh'oo i'iso cor
1 r .
It l n bantil, vei'i Lit ! vrip. v rv
( li.-lfui To
lue taste. l:.-liesat 'irwe ai.d M .-js.tive t-.re.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by this e icell- nt rune-ly.
Ktf Ol- TIIK I'.K'''''. STOMA' H.
snot' in On
- ai. I K
f .r ;i!l .ll-t- iw.. i.r,
l.'.rfrft t. m - rul-i.
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"ll. ir, 1 . 1.- Jl I.I.-L y ure.
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PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICACO.
FOB 8AL3 Ii Y ALL DHDaOIST8.
For Sale by
PAUL 0. SCIIUU,
Snccial AtrtH. in this Mty.
617 St. Charles St.
A. TBinilnr OrnduntB ei two mrrlleat
colleites. bat been Iwiirei rinrnved i" th treat"
merit or C'li rouii-, Nervo'in, iSltui and
Ulooil I(lea-i-H than ,11 y nt'ier pliy-b lan In
t-U IaiiIs. as cltv p'ipers show imd all ..Id resi
dent know. iiiiMiltatlun .it irf.ee or bv mall,
fref arid Invite. I. A friend: r t .Ik or h ii opinion
costs nothing. When It Is l icnnvenient tovllt
the elty for treatment, me. It, -lues inn he sent
liyriiiillorexpreti evervwheie. nrablc case
iruaraiiteH; w here doubt tiUt-1. Is frankly
ttat:d. tailor Write.
Nerrou Prostration, Debh itj; , Jlent al and
fhyslral Weakness, Herein lid and ether
afteftlonsof Throat, Kklnand Bones, jSlnod
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, kln Affef
Hons, Old Hores and I leers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. PeH
tent Ion ttt fases from oyer-worked brain.
KI'lUiK'Afi CASKS receive special at tentlon.
Blseates arising from Imprudenret Fxeesses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a plivslei.iu fnylnK
pnrtleiilur attention to a clasnf eines at t it 1 11 -
(rreat tklll, and plivslelans liiretriil.tr praetlro
all over ttie country knowlnir , t , I fren -ently
recoininend cases to the oldest olliee lr A nierl"
en, where, every known appliance Is te-orlec
to. and the proved ootl reui.'ilUv- A all
ai(efl and countries are tiled, A whole Pulse I I
lined lorottlee purposes, and nil are treated wltli
skill In a reapectfiil rniiiiner: and, ktiow.ni
what to do, 110 experiment are made. In ..:
count of tbe irreat number npplyliif, tlia
rliarire are kept lot, often lower than Is de
manded liy other. If yon secure the kl I : nd
wet aspee.ly anil peTIeel lit.: cure, initi .a .n.J
. Iinportaiit miitti-r. FamiiUlet, a payea. S;nt
to any address tree.
Klemnt cloth and Kilt hlndlnir. Sealed for 00
eentslii postaireor currency. Over lllty w sis
ilcrlul 1 pictures, true to life, arlbdes on loo
followlnir siilsjeets! Whoinay innrry t who 11 t
w-hyir rropenmetoiiiurrv. ho marry 111 -c
Manhood, V011111nhoc1d. Phylral slirriy. W :lo
ill. ml. I marrv. How life and liappliieti may oe
Increased. 1 ho miirrled or s'onteinpliit
riuirrt Inn should read It. Itnuirhl t.i lie real
hy all adult persons, then kept under lor ail
key. l'opiilnr edition, sameasalKive. nut pa
cover and 2uu panes, si ceuls by mail, if moue.i
FlOL'JI, GliAIN AND KAI
Egyptian Flouring Mi I !b-
tIibP8t Cash Price Faid for Wheat,
LLINOTS CENTRAL It. It
ISlicrlest ami Quich'st Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Iine Kuumna;
Ma kino .Direct Conneotign
PlvAiNB l.ttyr Cini'i:
.''tl a in. ?.f bil,
Arriving in fit Lou'. 3 tx t m. : Chic w, S:30 p.m.,
Cm nicilnir at Mlri and Kfflneham for (Mncip
. nail. Louirvi'de, Imiiauapoli and point Eisl.
Ai:lit.r in ft I.ouli 0:
for a!! p-.lt.ts West,.
1j p. m.,and connecting
! m. I'':iMt I '.xproHB.
F.rt. I.o'iii aul Chica.'i, arrivlnjf at St. Lou:
p. m . and Chicago Tr.M a. m.
i 4" 10111 Cincinnati Kxpreas,
MtUiuj at Cincinnati ":io a. ui. ; UuisvilU i:'ub
a m. ; ludlai.apo'i 4 a m. Pas-enger,. by
this tr,.;n reaih tl.e ati,.e points 1 li to li'l
llOL'liSi in a-lvat ce of any olin r ri.uio.
fiTTtiK :):.; a. m. expresi hu PULLMAN
Sdl.Hi'l.vd C A It fr.m Cairo to Citclnnati. with,
out ih;in'es, and through eb eper. to St. Lotin
I'ut Timet Kr.t-t.
P'Kv.'l'fitri'V by tins In. t tnni..h te I-art.
1 110-1 ii a , ru p',iuts ithiiLt any d.- .v
-uii-d b . Sar.dsy ir.terv.-nni! The ra.urdi alter
lnoii trjli. fmiTi I'airri arrlv, In cew Yo'k .M.,t.ihy
norno't at 1:".5. Tbirty..u boar in advamt-jl
f - ) ier r.,')le.
r'Kf-r f.rtn'ijh ': "ts k' J f:tr,er Irfr.nr.at1-.ti
ipp.y at lunioiS i.ci.'-:il Kai'r'-ad lepi,t,i f. ro.
j . U. JO.'iKS, 'I t. ; A t
A. !!. .'L'.StOy. dn. l'usa. Aaunt. Cniraiw
li. II. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILIJJ'dlS CENTRAL R. K.
7ra'n. d'-pa't. Tmin arr y.
Mji! 1 a. rr . Mai! 4:-5. in.
K'-e-' S i ;.. m r.f 11 .45 a. iu.
1. i-ut rx 1. ';:. m. "t I m!, Ki 2:15 p. m.
I. 11. It (.outliern Oivisionj
Mod 4:4.a.m t. . Tt . .1:10 a. m.
xp'if. l i: ' a m. tN. O. Kx... 11:10 a in.
iiu-m.- ! 4i p m. 1 tN. O. Ex 4:30 p.m.
ST. I.. I. M. H. It.
tExpres lOi'Wp.m. I fP-xpre-s 1:00 p.m.
W., fcT. I., h V. H. li.
Va:l A E.t 4:fOa.m. 'Mall & Ex.. p.rn.
Ac-orn 4:ni p.m. I 'Arco 11 10: 1) a.m.
r':Hit.. " A'i a.m. rreKht. ti.ll p.m.
MoniLK. 4 onro u. K.
Mai! S:.'Aa.m. Mail 9:10 p.m.
Dally except Sua lay. t Duily.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
C. R. It (tl.ron.jb lock null, t, a. m.
..MMua m 3p. u.
4 '.(' p.m. I 8 p. m.
S p. m. up. m .
p. m. 8 p. m
10 p. m. s p. m.
7 p. m. Sa. rii.
5 p. m. ) ata
2 p. m. t p. in.
at A Mon.
Fri. & tiun.
, 7 ::ni am to7:30 pm
A a. m. to i p. ru.
Iron Mountain It It
Vabah ! It
xas A St. Lot li. R...
. Lotus A C-iirn U. R. ...
Ji n l.lver arrive- MVd ,
P O. gee del. op n from..
P.O. box ne!. Oin.n trom
ur.riais L'i:r.. ee,. ow-n lrom....Sa. m. to 10a.m.
S'lt.'lats hox del. open from tia. m. to Pi:Jata
J ry-.NOl E.-Ch.ini;- will he punished irom
time to ttra" lo city papers. ( barne your cards ac
cordiuely. WM. M. MURl'UY. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT UAIUO, ILLINOIS,
O1ganiz1.il D.'iciuber, ir.15.1, Uuiler tie
Law of lt!U:i.
Succf-s.ir to Widows and Orphans Ma'nal Aid So
ciety, o.-fe-ai.tKcd J ily 4th, is, 7, under
lilt; laws of lti?2.
,1011 M H. ROIilNSON.
... Vice 1'rtBldent
W.M. Si RATS' 1 N
J. A. t.uLoSTINK....
;. IV. DONIMi
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Strattnn, Stratton A Bird, fcro-.ers, Cairo, lil.,
J. A. Ooldstlne. olUoldetlne Kosenwater, w hole
Bale and retail dry good;C. W. Dunning. . VI. D.;
Pres. ltd. Med Ex.. for pensions; Albert Lewis.
commie-Ion merchant; J. H. Robinson, county
Judije an.' notary public; W m. F. Pitcher, com.
oroker ana insurance avcut; n. u. nni.u, 1.117
street snpi rvi-or; SI. I'hdllj . carpmter and build
er; 'I homits Lewis, attorney and secretary ; h.V.
P:erce.uttoriiey at-lnw, JluOtloin 111.; f . o. 1 ace
cusditer of Centennial Hari , Ashley. Ill .; Albert
lliivden, ca-hi-r of Oeorne Conne ly 00., prln?
llel'd. I 1 ; II. M innn. attnrnfy-at-law, PIO Raa
dislph street, Chicnu'o; Hon. Kobt. A. Hatcher, at
tornev at law, Charleston, Slo ; II. Leli;hton,
cashier First National Kauk, Stuart. Iowa.
THE BEST REMtOY IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES.
Tt is a Specilic for the cure of Fulling of the
Womb, Lcueorrlne.1, Fain in the Back, Painful
or Suppressed. Menstruation, HoodiiiK, Faint
ing Sensations, and all the varied troubles at
tending the period known as Change of Life.
MERRELLS FEMALE TONICS
and STRENGTH to I lie t'l krink PL'KCTIONg,
exciting healthy action, and reitoring tlietn to
their minimi condition. Ills pleasant to the
tllsle.MAV IIKTAKKN AT ANV Tl 1 K, fttld IS
truly a "Mother'a Friend." 1 For further ad
vice read Men-ell s Aliiianae.l Full directions
With easdl buttle. I'llee, fc.lHX Prepiired bv'
JACOB S. MKR.RELL, St. Louis. Mo.
roid by ml Druggists and lieaieisin Medicine,