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TUB DAILY UAIHO KULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 23, 1884.
5 THE GREAT GERMAN
JUlievcj and euros
n.l KAI HE,
Soreness, Curt, Bruitsi,
IHBXS. M II.U4,
iiir nfmrr"!iW'ii'Mlb III
And nil other rxidlly aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
H-.ld bv all Tlruerista an.l
U-aiers. Jj.R-ctiuna la 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(Sikwm. nit 1 TO-.tLAa a CO )
From taoo sources arts three-fourths of
t: o ciiseitcs -of tae fcuuuui race. Tlieso
fapt ir.icam thej-existence : Loss of
Appetite. Itotvrls costive, bick Head
ache, fulincss after rating, aversion to
nirtiim of body or mind, lira ctati oil
ff fond, Iriitabiliiy of temper, Low
spirits, A ft liaring nefilected
mne drily, ", Fluttering at the
llrart. Hots before the eyes, hik'lilv col
or, il Iriiie. tSTIl'ATio., aid ic
r-nml the ;ise of a remedy that acts uircctlv
en the Liver. AsriLiVer medicine TTTTS
I'lLLS have no e ,:::iL Their action on tho
K ine.ys ar. 1 -kin i also pre rnpt ; rcmovim;
t.!i impuritus liiroiiiih those three " scav
engers of the system," producing appe
tite, sonnd !':.': tin, regular stool, aelet.r
f'sn and a r:.-rou body. Tl'TT'S TILLS
cv:e no r.. .;-; or Krijiirur nor iutcrero
vita da'lr work nml arc a rrfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
nr. rnr.LS lihi: a m:tv .man.
"I h.we Lvl I)ys;op5ia, with Cor.stipa
tln.two rears, and have tried ten different
t.sls cf " !:;;, ac"l UTT'S are the first
: LriTO doo tue any good. .Ther hr.vo
i '.tuned nie out nicely. Sly oppe'tlte U
f;:tud:J. i''"d cMjcsts rcadiiv, and I now
1. v.e nutcral pa-atrs. . I feel like a new
W. I). r.bVAHDS, Palaiyra, O.
F--.CtTrmr.m.93c. Off.o,41 MamiTSt..N".T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
C:E.t Uatb on Wi;i5RFHs chanped In
(' ''.. to at;Lo?Y lXaCK liv a sir,gio op.
y.i M.on of thU L'TE. ton Ly DrujfslaW.
e:x:.t rj-fij.rcss .-j re Ipt of $1.
OZ:-, 44 i! array S.rcct, New York
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aA SPECIFIC FOR
33T EPILEPSY, SPASMS,
CCKYULSICN3, FAILING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCH3H0USM,
CrlUa LATINS, SYPHILLIS,
SCMFllli, KINGS EViL,
IGLY BLCuO DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
ERA1N WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
$1.50 per bottle.'TO
Tot uvuii. atd circ-Xari Ktil stamp.
The Dr. S. A. Rxhmond Med. Co., Props.,
hold by all lirugglnit.
l.'-rii. S-.evetVcr. i C...A;-f , CV.caao. 1 1.
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C'TT!riOur.''.'-'i from the w. H kur.-rn
C'Jrativi H'.rw. M:i:t. l!:.-h-l. -:m.
. m drake. iJanOHi 'n. harvir ariilo, '&.
jj cara KuraJa, etc., cntnijiiitd with an
J I a?r4iv Aromatic hi.x.r.
ffjy cpon the Mrcr find Kidney,
e5 HEGULATS TUB BOWELS,
JjiJTiey euro F.heaaiatNra, and all Uri-
, . i.ar' trouii -s. 1 !n y lnviorate,
q boun Ktri-riKt.'ien ana quiet
jk As a Tonlo they have no Equal.
FCR tf.E Ei' '.L DEA'.CRS
IHops and Malt 3ittcrs Co.
.'eu'..s h Pain
V - Jtclief
sy t at
trat iiiut will
cure. Not a I.i-
oni.l or Stinir t
U 1 lOVw,!-. Ok"
plied wilh fltiqrr. (.'ivo it a J ml.
50 cent, at druiMH. 03 cent! by mall teijlter
cd. Bend for clr-u'iir. - .,
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1XV1RIAM.T I! ADTASCH.
All Communications should he arretted to
K. A. HL'tlNKl T,
Tablifher and I'roorietor.
Oh, t v fl.ru".
'i llilt .'.' fltll
i nil tlvs come ti nie an wife,
u:d tlirciw tin irlufiior o'er my
re .i li
i r l.n. .t of tho
Ni ne Lr. RtU'ff
.iff lut thefo
Of feei.nif. knowing sure'y n-.or tl'an i oi;
Fillintf ail ttioi:fc'ts with one eternal vow.
Or trt ir.f. carviv.fr for that reft perfotco
A'i n.itur.f. f ek but flnd it not. Tue fottrce
lt lite eiil.ed lirath, is Lut i.m-ther cuv.rse.
The unknown, mighty empire of the w in.t,
Cnknon n, l i eause unfe. n nnd nneontineu
CaniiOtlleecd Hie tinrirris ot the mind.
Cu c.ikTO Inter Oeei-.il.
A FIlEAIv OF NATURE.
An Ohio Monstrosity. With an Ani
mal's Nature nmi a Voice Like
Marrolous as are the "freaks" gather
ed together by the show people, thev
haven't anything in tho way of a human
curiosity to compare with a remarkable
beinjr confined in the county infirmary
of Pike county. The creature is a man
but his riht to that title rests solely
upon the fact that he was born of wo
man. In every other respect he differs
from his kiudnnd possesses no attri
bute in common with ordinary repre
sentatives of his sex. He bears upon
Ids person, in Lis habits, an.i vocal or
gans all of the characteristics of a bull
in as nearly a perfect form as it is pr
sible fur a "two-legged creature to pos
This remarkable bei:i is named
John Haines, and is 4 j years old. Ho
is the son of very respectable parents,
who at the tiuii of tho monster's birth
lived in IVbbie tiwnshtp. Twelve
years ao the mother who pave birth
to the unnatural oi j.-ct died. Lut Lis
father is still living. Prior to tho
mother's death John was watched and
cared for at homo, but since her deruiso
he Ints been cm', u 1 at the infirmary.
The existence uf the monstrosity is
known to eoir.p-.ira'.iveiy few people,
and many of tl.o-e who do know of his
bein have never seen him. Leins; de
terred from visiting his cell because of
the terrible si-ht that would meet their
" Haines, or "John." as he is called
by everybody who has occasion to speak
aijout hirn, has been confined at tho in
firmriry twelve years. He is of medium
hei.'iit, with a very larje head, nnd tho
furei.es 1 i road and bold, with a strong
ly marked ridge running down the cen
ter of it. The sides of the head are
llat, running back t.hnost at right an
gles with a forehead, while the top of
t.'ie head slopes backward and down
ward at a sharp incline, leaving tho
cranium without brain room. His face
is dark skinned, heavy and brutish in
expression, and very repul.-ive. Tho
eves are iike thoe of a bovine, and roll
nVut in his Lead in an nnimaiish sort
of way. A heavy mouth, in which a
restless tongue is almost constantly
rolling a quid, strengthens the crea
ture's likeness to a bul!. His largo
ears stand out from Lis heal like thoso
of an alarmed beast.
The Ion.', thick, and bu-liy Lead is
covered by a close growth of short,
course, stubby hair. His shoulders
Mid breast are remarkable features of
the monster, they beinjr extraordinar
ily thick and Leuvv. lie nas a reruark-
le depth of chest, the f rmation of
whseti fears a strong resemblance to
that of his shaggy counterpart, irora
tho breast downward his body gradual
ly tapers to the tlii.hs. H-s lower
limbs are slender an 1 joined together
iike those of a noble steer. Tue feet
and hand are those of a man.
John is a remarkably strong and vig
orous combination of llesh and bone,
an 1 prior to his confinement in the in
firmary he was noted for his wonder
ful spi.e I on foot. He would dart
away from his home into tho woods and
run like a hound for miles, making tho
air melodious as he went, bellowing
iiKU a bull. His i.etions are all govern
ed by instinct. His reaon is an inlin-ites-imal
He lacks the power of speech, and
the only word that he can say that pos
sesses meaning to his hearers is "oae
c;u" He is intensely fund of tobacco,
and tho first thing a visitor hears when
wearing his apartment is Lis crv "llac
When lie is pven a piece of tho pal
atable leaf he tears it into little pieces,
and puts them into his mouth, one at a
time, lb; rolls the tobacco around
w.th his tongue like a cow treats a
quid of grass, and filially swallows tho
mass tobacco and all. Tobacco is a
luxury that li.ls the poor devil with
keen de!i'ht, arid when he sees a pouch
produced his ey es roil in pleasurable
anticipation. John is kept in con
finement in a little tight by t-n cell
entrance to w hich is had through a bar
red door of heavy hickory .".trips. Jat
in the rear of this is an inclosure, twen
ty or thirty feet square, an.i unroofed.
The fence surrounding is about twenty
feet in height. This is John's exercis
ing vard. He posses s the instincts
ofVbull, and is strongly a fleeted hy
changes of the weather. He becomes
greatly excited just 1fT; u rain,
thunder, snow, or win I ptonn, and
will plunge out into his exerciing-pen,
tear around nt a fearful rate, paw up
the earth, nnd bellowing most fright
fully. He has a voice of wonderful
power, and the bullish noise lie makes
can be heard for a mile around. They
ounnot be distinguished by a stranger
from those of a gorgeous bull. So un
erring is John in his demonstrations,
that the resident in that locality rely
upon him as their barometer, and ho
never fails to acquaint them with pend
ing meteorological changes.
He wears men's coarse clothing, af
ter a manner peculiar to himself. Ho
cannot bo Induced to wenr suspenders,
lie is frequently presented with thoso
useful npeud:tz"s to a male's toilet,
but it matters not how bright and gau
dy tho colors may be, John will tear
the suspenders tin and ornament his
neck, anus and irgs with tho pieces.
He keeps his pantaloons in place by
constantly holding them up by tho
band in front. When ono hand is tir
ed ho catches a fresh srip with tho oth
er and struts around his dismal quar
ters with all tho pomp aud circum
stance of a prize bull at ua agricultural
fair. He sleeps upon a small cot iu
ono corner of bis cell, having for his
bed-fellows a number of old titi cans,
bones, and brickbats. Ho never re
moves his pantaloons, nnd nothing can
induco him to wear shoes. Ho is a rug
ged, healthy creature, with avoieoliko
a Kansas cyclone.
The man's history is a sad ono. His
mother, a very pleasant and intelli
gent woman, was ono day crossing a
tield not far from their homo a few
month's prior to John's birth. A vic
ious bull was pastured iu the field, and
when he caught sight of Mrs. Haines
ho cauio plunging toward her at full
tilt, snorting angrily. Tho terribly af
frighted woman ran with all speed to
the nearest fence, and succeeded in
getting on the other side of it before
tho bull, which was close in her wake,
could harm her. The shook wits a ter
rible oue, and Mrs. Haines suffered for
days from nervous prostration. Tho
terrible effects of that fright was im
pressed upon her unborn child, and
when ho was ushered into tho world
tho poor mother found that her off
spring partook more of tho nature of a
bull than ho did that of a human be
ing. Her grief over this misfortune
was pitiable, and for almost thirty
years her life was embittered by a con
templation of tho hideous child. When
the wretched woman died John was re
moved to tho infirmary, and has been
confined there ever s'incc Chillicothc
RYEKSOX'S TAME REAR.
X rainful lies nit of Forgetfulness on
the Part of flic Landlord.
"A good many folks think, when they
see Shorty Uyerson for tho fus' time,
that some' timo or other he must ha'
ben a lay in' in the saw mill whar tho
lo had orter ben, with the mill a-goin'
full split; but that ain't it," said ol,
landlord of the tavern at Sol's Ridge.
Shorty Ryerson had just gono out.
There" was nothing remarkable about
his appearance except that ho was less
than five foot hish, and that every
square inch of one side of his face was
"Xo, that wa'nt it," said old Sol.
"Ye see, goin' onter five year ago I
had a tamo b'ar, an' ken' him chained
to that pole out thar in the road. Him
an' Shorty was p'tieklar good friends,
an' wheu'Shorty wa'n't doin' nothin1,
which were giner'lly from daylight one
mornin' till daylight nex' morniu',
countin' Sundays, he war out thar fool
in' with that b'ar. They'd cuddle
down together and go to sleep, Shorty
an' tho b'ar would, jes' as nat'ral 'zif
they were both b'rs, an' it got so that
when Shorty happened to be away fur
ten minutes the b'ar 'd get so oneasy
that ye could hear him heller like "a
baby all 'round the ltidge. Shorty
larnt tho b'ar a heap o' smart tricks,
an' business was s'pended half tho
time, an' the folks all out a-watcbin'
him puttiu' the b'ar through what ho
"The thing that tickled 'em most
was tho boxin' matches Siiorty an' the
b'ar'd give. Shorty had l'arnt that
b'ar so "he'd stan' up an' spar with him
tz nat'ral ez life, an' I swan if 'twa'nt
a sight good fur a life-time to see 'em
stan' thar an' bat away at one another
cz if they was a fightin' fur money an'
the str.kes was up. 'Nother thing that
usety to take the town down was tho
way that b'ar'd walk into the tavern
w.th Siiorty whenever any one invited
Lira to take sumpin', and stan' thar
longside o him an taco nis glass o
rum ez good ez the best on 'em. That
b'ar were a harvest fur Shorty, fur
everybody that'd come along'd haf to
call "fur Siiorty an' Solomon Saorty
named the b'ar Solomon cause he
nowed so ter'ble much they'd all
call Shorty an Solomon in to hev
sumpin.' Cons'kenco was that Loth
Shorty an the Ij ar nau thcr wuthless
skins full pooty much all the time.
Thev got to be the hardest drinkers on
the Iiidge, an' I usety say that the fust
thin 2 they'd both git the jams.
"Wail, by-an'-by Shorty and the b'ar
got to be a nuisance. I got tired o'
seein cm p foriuin out thar in the
road, an' suckin' rum, an' the hull
town spenliti' its time a walehin' 'em,
an' I threatened time an' agin to shoot
the duru b'ar an' stop the hull business,
liut I hated to do it, an' kep' a puttin'
up witii it, an1 tukin1 it out in cussirj'.
Shorty alius: commenced business with
tho b'ar long about daylight, an' the fust
thing on the programme were niluz a
sparrin' match. One nice morniu1 in
June Siiorty corne sluliin' down 17. us
ual to begin the day's work. The b'ar
wero cuddled up 'round the pole.
Siiorty give him a whack on the side
an' holiers out: "Come Solomon! (jit
up an' put up yer flippers.'
The b'ar got up an' put up Lis flip,
pers. Ye see whar that panel o' board
fence is, up thar by the hen house?
Wall, Shorty were picked up right thar.
They took him hum an' sewed his face
up tz good ez they could, an' tiie b'ar
were gone when Siiorty came back to
the tavern six weeks urterw'ds. He
never usked no questions 'cept to say,
'Sol must ha' had the jams, didn't he"?1
"Ye see, the night ufore the b'ar put
up his flippers to Shorty, ez I told ye,
an' arter v'ry body had gone hum th'
were a peddler come 'long to slop all
night. II: Lad a darn ugly b'ar with
him that he'd trailed fur, and Die ideo
struck 1110 to swap Solomon fur that
b'ar an' 1 1 'Mo Loot, au' I di j. The
new b'ur were chained to the pole, an'
by daylight nex' morning .Solomon wero
on his way Kast. An' ye see, I fup'ot
to ben' word to Shorty 'hotitthedickcr.'
This country makes one-fiuli of the
iron aud one-fourth of tie.' steel in tho
world, nnd furnishes one-hu.f of toe
gold Mid one-liiiif the silver of the
world's supply. Taking nil the mining
industries of tho world, the United
States represents 30; irnt llritain,
and all other nations 31 per cent, of tlm
total. Anglo-Saxondom. therefore,
represents C'J per cent, of the mining
industry of tho earth.
AYHteh-M.lh.iiii; iii Sw IUei l.iud.
Notwithstanding the immense num
ber of watches niudo in other t ulries,
the Swiss watches still continue lo bo
in demand. It is-estimated that there
nro about "JAXH workmen engaged in
this industry iu Switzerland." In tho
competition with other countries they
manage to hold their own very well,
being largely aided by tho belief that
their watches are made by hand. It is
a fact, however, that machinery is
employed in the making of watches in
Switzerland to a considerable extent;
although the fact is kept in the back
ground. In some cantons tho manu
facture of cheap imitation gold and sil
ver watches has been recently started.
A composition is used in the manufact
ure of these imitation metals which is
so highly explosive that a slight blow
will cause a detonation of an alarm
ing character, ll.uvllent horological
schools are established throughout the
country, in which buys are taught tho
trade of watch-making in till its branch
es, by the most skiiiful workmen to bo
"I cannot understand what offended
Mr. lmdav last night at the party,"
said the high school girl. "He and
his company took their departure in
liih dudgeon very early, however."
"VVhv, 1 thought they left in tho same
carriage they came iu," replied Amy.
A Positive fu'e for Every Form
Skin and Blood Disease, from
Pimples to Scrofula.
TliOl'bANns (F LETTERS in onr poMefainn
J. ri prat thi itory: 1 have been a terrible uf
fi tir for veitre with Iltood atd Skiu Humor ; hae
be i. obifiied to shun publ.c pla'lra t'V reaen of ti.y
ditf.iiur'.Li: humors ; have had the bent :hyiichiii:
hnu- pi-ut hundreds of iloilarn and l'oi 10 rial re
lief until I used the L'i mtka Kesoi.nkst. the new
ll.ji'i 1'crifiiT, ititercally. and CfTieciu and Ctrl
cti.a Soap. :!.e Great Skin t' jren and Siln licatnl
fivr, txurrm'.ty. which have cured me aud lett my
f k r. slu Inoed r.a pure a a child's.
JatuiME. Hlchariison, Ca-t.im IJoae. N.'W Or
leans, on Oith, fav. In 1 -To Scrufulous Ulcers
tirekc cut on my bod y r. 11 tii 1 wa a ins-c of corrup
tion. Everything known to the medicil faculty
was tried in vain. I became a mere wreck. At
tlra could tot lift my hand to my head, could
not turn in bed; was iii connMnt pii". nd looked
upon 1 fe ae a curse. Norelief or cure in ten yearn.
In lv-i I bca:d ot the Cuticiira lU-medies, and ui"ed
tbem ai.d wa pprfrrtty cured.
Sworn to be ore C.S. Com. J. 0. CHAWFoKO.
STILL MOKE SO.
Wi',1 McDoL&ld. 'i ii Dearborn Street. Chicajo.
erai.f.ly a'know cdee a cure of Em. ma, or ."-ail
Klieim. on heal. ne lc. fare. rmi and lege for feT
elite, n yeur; tot able to move, except on hand
aud kLf-, for oneyrar; no; ahie lo help hlm-e f
lor):kbi year ; tried handled of rvmedte; doctor
prcLojnc" d hi cac nnpelc, periumeLtly cured
by the Ct-ticura Kemedu.
MORE WONDERFUL YET.
IT. E. Carpenter, Ilendrrnon. X. Y., cured of
Pror vie "r Leprofy. of twent? yearf" nan flit a", by
CuUvSf iUmecie. lhexaoit wonderful cure on
record. A dupacf"il of ccak'K f!l (rem tlm daily.
I'h p ciaca and hi frietds thought hu mutt
C'ureorii to before a juMke of tho peace and
Hn"Ieron"f inoft prominent cttixtti.
Write to ui firthete lentitr.cnlal la fad or fend
direct to the parties. All are al'colu'e'y tru and
given without our knowledge or foilcltion. Don't
wait. Nov ia the time to cure every specie-of
Itching. Scaly, pimply, Scrofuiou. Inherited. Con
ta.'iou and Copper colon d IM-eMes of the I!!eod,
Skin and Scalp with Lots of flair.
T) 17 A TTrFYT" For Hough, Snapped ar.d
JjjrViVU A I Oiiy.SkiD. 1! ackhead". and
8iiin Bleniishca. use t'aticnra rioap.
SANF0IUVS RADICAL CURE
Head Cold, Watery Discharge from Hi" Nose
arid Eve-. Hinging Noie In the Ili ad, Ncrvoun
Headache aud Fever int'-antiy relieved.
Chocking mnco (liididtoM, membrane clumped
aud healed, breath sweetened, snieil. taste unci
bearing r stored, and ravaei, checki-d.
Cough, Ilronchitls. Dropping It to the Throat,
I'aina in the Chest, Xlrspersla, Warning oi
fctrength ans F'esh, I.o-s of S.eep. etc . cun d.
One bottle Itadlcal Cure, one box ("a'hrral Sol
vent and .sai.ford Inhaler, all in one pickage.
forming a complete treatment, of all druggist f .r
l. sk for Sanford s Kadicnl Cure, a pure d st:I
lat'on f Witch Hazel, Am. I'ir.-, C. Fir. Mari
gold, Clover Blossoms, etc. J'ottkh Dih ami
Ciikwi' ai. Co Hoton.
Collin's Voltaic Klectric Mas
ter insUatly affect the Nerv
ous hysti-m and banishes
Fain. A pe fer t Electric lot
tery combined with a I'orous
l'.HSter for f cts. r annihi
lates Fain, vitalizes Weak and
Worn Out l'arts. strengthens
IS THE CUT
Tired .Muscles, prevents D sejse. ai d does rnoie in
one-hall the time than any other plaster iu the
world, hold everywhere.
Rfck TleadNrho and rdiero all the trOtiMo Inol-d'-n
t to a bilious state of the system, such a Iliz
clnes, 'ausi a, Drowain'", Itistriaa after eatinpr,
'ninintheSide,&c. Whilo their moat ruuurkv
able Buccnai has been thown fa curing
neartarhejet CartrTLlttle LI vw Pills ro cqnally
valualile In Constipation, curing aud preventing
tliia annoying complaint, whilu thi y also correct
all disorders of tho stomach, stimulate tho Jlv
ud regulate the bowels, fiven if they only cured
A r n they Tronld he almost priceless to this who
cutler from this distressing complaint; butfortu
Ijately their poridueudoes not end hero,and thoso
v ho once try them wlllflnd thesoilttle pills valu
able In o many ways thnt they will not be williiig
lo do without them, llut aftur all sick head
Is f hotianeof so many livn that hern Is whew we
maka our prcat boast, Our pill cum U whilo
Others do not. ...
Carter's Llttlo IWf Tills are Yiry small and
cry tay to take. Ono or two pills makes dose.
Thi y ar strictly rcgaablo and do not gripe or
uorgn, but by their Rcntle action please all who
nsethem. In vial at i!5 cents; five for tl. Bold
y tiiutgUtstvery where, or sunt by tuiul.
CAKTB MEDICI5E CO . New Tork
the m:sT Tinxa Kxoirx
In Hard or Soft, Hot or ( old Water.
fAVFS I. AltOK, TIMK ami SOW AM.Z
Ntil.V, and give iinivervil sin i-t'iutioii. Mo
ltiiuily, rich or turnr, ahoulil be wilnui.t it.
Sold by all (ir'wers. UhW.l Kl-t of imitations
well ilesit-'iie l ui mislead. I'K.t ftl.I S K la the
OM.V s.VHt lalK.r biiviiu; coiiiihiu.I, ituj ttl
WUi'S bears the above symbol, uiid Imluo uf
J.fU:S l'VLK. M.W VCUtli.
Some to yb !d every time to treat nent with
Spartanharg. H. t,'., March IU, K-l.
Yonrtiuist va'nthle tnej'clne (Swii 's spe. itl. )
has Ci"i'e in-so nue li good ti nt I fe"l ilk'-' saving
this for the hi i.ertt or those lio mi:!' r 1 Ke I did. I
was poisoned by i-iiwoN oak, and a.v iota will
day for six year's, until j used almon 1 v ry Kind 1 f
meilicil.e. but n "iu had th.i d- - red e:l it After
using six b.i'il of swirr's si-iieirie I ..111 r s:.ti d
t perfect lieaiih wita not a ligli of that H x fijl
Yours tru'y, DAVIU NEsIliri".
1 had foi th'rtv-e'fht yeirs sufT. r-d every spritig
and stmini'T with I'oi-on tiak. which I oat acted
iu t athtng w he,, a b..y. I'rudev.r thing for t
inciuiling n ativ plivslcsr.s. but withoi.t any t.-tt-ftt
I took six bott e or Swift's p. rife i S. S.'s four
years ai'o, and it cun-d ne-sound aud veil, 'il.re
summers have a-i-xi. nnd I Lave had no return of
it. Josei ii IliiAsl.Ev, Cotiimtiii-, ia.
I have had re arkth success w ith iit's spe
cific: h'lVv- cured seeetHi ca-i's pi riiiam i.tiy in a
very short time. ae case w hirn I am now treat
ing w as given up to dte. and ufti-r u-lng thn t- bot.
ties is so far recover" d limt I th'ii k oi; inoa." b itt.u
will cure her. 'I he tii"St remarkable cte of nil w
a lii'lv w.th medal -.ry 1 uao r of th- smuli, he wt.om
I had r.o no;...- wha'e-.er. A'er using u'le bottle I
am satiflle! she wi.l ...on be rr: .
J WYLIE (ril.l-I1N.M- I'-
l.us'.ey I", b . C.
Treat'.' cd lito'.d and Skin Dis '.-e m 1 led
free to a; pbcant".
THE .-WIFI" Si'EfiKic (..
lira m r i .' t an'a. (ei.
N. Y. ('"t'-e, 1") X, v'M .St., b-twecri Slxtu and
S.U.l Ii'i ! M I ' XKMA. SI I.". I ! I .A. SAI.r
I!.-il. I :;.. 1 ettiT, l!lve. v ,:: tn.-T, t"srx-r s
iu.li. i'llnel- !lll. I arlil!H ! -, I l:o.l I'.ill'.llili
hlid l'l.l-'ii.i V.in.ii'l), i.uv!i:u, .-'.lil'Uju, und
Alt .!i-a.. of the Mon.
F-r I'll,-. U.aiti.i. Cu's, Chen "r !. no
l-e'M-il.. sii Ciioi'l In s-illolik' oi'l l.i:ii.:l." a.
1'n; ill in -km Cure. 11 d'- not -mint r I inie
iii-'tt'mi ft ffrt Imuj wy Wj'"lny f.-rtnj J.vr,V,
KAAL CATAliltH. A I'TKnr' II if 'M'' o;.l
In the ili.id, li'-; O.ld, br.mi.i.u I .e..irh and
ii a v i-- i:vi:it.
C'eriw-s rh.. ri'iK" rili. ; i rtnii- rit'ur tl I n .lOiii g,
Rill! ITi'V-nti He I'l".; -Ii'llll. - ;'l I l.".7.li;
It ii" !k- irii i lire t"r (.'old In the Head -w b.th
U caus-fi l.y no l'l. u i liai.g. i la the utnenpiieie.
lArerti'n.' in tin lnn'j'i'jt OfumiJny iury t-AHu
PAFI'.l CN MPC. CD., CHICACO
VOR PAtn liY A. I Xj li tvr-G it "i a.
For Sr'alo bv
PAUL G. SOIIUII,
SrK'ci.'il Atrt.s. in tlii.- eitv.
617 St. Charles St., SI. LOUIS, M0.
A rsgnlnr Orndiinto rivo medical
HiUos' s. lias bi'en loneei cniraired In the treat
mentor Chronic, Nervous, ISltin nml
Jllooil Iilseais than any other physician In
H. I.'iuli. as city papers show nnd all i Id resi
dents know, l onsultatlon .it ott.ee or bv mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or In opinion
costs noiblnir. When It Is l ieoi.ventent to visit
the city for treatment, medicines cun he '"iit
by mall or express everywlieic, ( 'urabli- cases
giiarnnteed : where doubt txUt-.lt. Is trankly
stated, tailor Write,
fferTOn Prostration, Prhlilty, Msntal and
I'hyslcal Weaknsss, Were ni lal snl ether
affections of Throat, Kklnsnif Bones, Mooil
Impurities and lllond Tnlsniilng, kln Affec
tions, Old Sores anil I'lcrn, Impciiuients to
Marriage, Rheumatism, rile. Special at
tention tt case from over-worked liratn.
Rl'WilCAT, CASES recelvs special attention.
Diseases arising from Inipruilencev. Kieesses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a physician ravins;
particular aueiillon to a eld1-, of ca'ei, attains
great skill, ami physicians In regular p.'uctleo
ail over the country knowing thl, fr-o eiilly
recommend ca-es to the oldest olllee In A on rl
ca, where every known appliance Is . wtortec
to, and the peovml kooiI rtm"lio-' '.( au
aifes and countries are used, A whole i"!iic ij
used fur olllee purposes, and all are treateu wit U
skill In a respeetful manner; and, know.ug
what to do, noexperliueiil" are made. ( n ..c
count of the great number applvlm-, th'l
rlmrires are ker.t low, often lower than is t.e-
.,,.,,J,.,I ,r others. If yon secure the kl I : ml
'et aspee.IV IIU'I perieei nie cure, nmi
iniiortaiit iuatler. 1'aliJLihlet, ail pages.
touny address flee.
rune ininniiPP rtnnr i 20d
''-j-. nssKN a ,r i, I ur ir..rA
iiinuiiinui. uuiwu.) rntca
Klevant cloth nml gut nimiing
f enled foi fO
cents in Htiiifeor riirreney, tiver lllty w.in.
ilerfu lien nieuires. irne lo nie, iirnei
following siilijeets: Who may marry If whon ilr
whyV I'ronersgr to marrv. Who marry llr-e,
lllaiiliooil, Wommiliood. Mivsteal ileeay. no
shoiilil marry, ilow lite nnd happiness may je
Increased. Those married or eoiiteuiilat":'
marrying should rend II, Iloiichl tube real
by all adult persons, then kept under lock a i l
key, I'opiiitir edit Ion, same n nliove, but papei'
cover and pages, :'w cents by mall, it oque
LLINOIS CENTRAL K. K
Shortest and Quickest Koulo
St. Louis aud Chicago.
Tho Oiiiv .Lino Kunuint;
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Dikkct Connkotion
Tiuiss Liats Caiuo:
::jiJ:i in. Mull,
Arriving In St. Louis li an. ; C'hlcak, S:V) p.m.,
Connecting at odln and Kftingaam fer ("i.ciu
natl, luisvilit, luriianap.jiiH uud puints East.
l'-'ttJo p. m. P'ust St.. X.ouIh uiol
Wfhtt'.n h'.x irHH.
Arriving in St I. :;! li: V, p. m.,a:id connecting
for all points We-i.
;i:4.j . in. Fust I'txpr(HS.
First. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St Louis
Mil.'i p. m , atiu Cmcago , :-.ii a. m.
'.i ir j. in (.'incirmntt Kxpresn.
Atrivitig s: Cincinnati 7:(S) a. m ; luisvilh :!,b
a m.; lndiunapo.! 4 e.'. a m. i'ss engi r- hy
tin trail rcaeb the ah .ve points It lo ."Jtj
HoL Iib in a lvance of any oilier route.
JtfThe 3: 1 a. m. express hs.s Pn.l.MAN
Stir.KFIMl CAK from Cairo to Cincinnati, wiin
on t changes, and through sleepers U St. Louis
Fast Timo Fast.
P'tsJI'tMI'l'sS '? "ae gotnr-.ufh to I'.sst.
I l. t llt 1 crn pints without any etela
ntved by Sunday inti rvening. The Saturda after
loon train foiej Cairo arrives lr. new York .Monday
nortiliiffat !'::. Thrry-!x hoar In sdvar.ctot
i- other route,
fKei through ticket ar.d fuu'.er ififormtt(a
PpiV at l.iiaoir t vi.lral lisi.ror.d I'-pct. Cairo.
J. 11. JONCM.TKa.-t Agent
A. U. HANSON. (Ion. i'ass. Aticr.t. Cr.irago
li. 1!. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTUAL !(. F..
Trains depa t. Trains arr v.
'Mail ....'.':.' la.".. iMjl! I: .', . m.
Kxpre- :i:t1 p. m. -Etpre 11 V, a. m.
tt Louis f x U:X p. in. I Nt l.oms Ex V:I5 p. in.
I. C. It. H (Sotiilicrii I)iV!.-i(,n I
...4:1'. a. in I O. Kx .. !l:lo a. ra.
o: si a u. 'N. O Ei.
. a li p.m. I N. O. Fx
t-T. I.. & I. il. li. li.
I'lt.vip.m. ( Express...
W., ST. I.. 4 I'. H. 11.
. 4 i p.m.
Vim .t Kr..
...t:'Oa.m. 'Mail A. Ex.
. .4 "'I p.n. . 'Acco-n
A' a.m. Freight ,
M' r.H.E & OHIO It. 11.
. 9 p.m.
.10: ) d ML.
.u r. p.O
. .9:10 p.m
'a.m. I Mall.
Dally except r-uu. 'ay. t Daliv.
AltltlYAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arr at I Hep're
P. ). fm I'O
I. C. Ii. I! (through lock mail).
:) p. ra.
" (way malt
" (onthcrn Dir.
Iron Mountain It. li
Waha-h It. H
Texas Jt St. Louis It. K...,
S".. Louts A Cnlro It. It
I H p. m.
i p. 01.
. ..-.'tp. m.
...in p. m.
...7 p. m.
...5 p. m.
...! IL iu.
tl p. m.
4 p. m
M.se l-.iver arrives Wed.. Sat.
" departs Wed., Fri.
I' O. gep del. op n from
P.O. box del . o, ui from
..7:SHam to7:T1 pra
. .ii a. in. to 9 p. ra .
Sued) s g.-n. de.. open Irom... s a. in. to In a. ni.
Suneavs Pox del . open from .. . a. m. to lo: Si ara
lNOTK. -Changes will he published from
line u nni'" in city papers Change vo'ir cards ac
M. if. JfL KPHY. I. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Oiganizetl De-comber, 1883, Uutler tie
Law of 18li;j.
Successor to Widows and Orjihnns Mntnal Aid So
ciety, organize I July 4ih, W,7, onder
the. laws of lto.'.
.LUIS It. Itor.INSON....
WM. SI' HAT i' 'N
J. A. (,(LiSTINK
C W. IlL'NMMI
HOARD OP DIRECTORS foh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Strstton Bird, gro-ers. Cairo, I!L,
J. A. (lOldslino. oKJoldstlne A Uoseiiw uter. w hole
sale and retuil nrv good;C. W. Dunning. M. I).;
l'rei. lid. .Med. Ex., for pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; .1. II. Hoblnson, county
Judge aim notary public; Win. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and insurance agent; R. II. Balnl, city
street supervisor; !. Phillips, carptntur and hnlld
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney and secretary ; K. V.
I'l'Tci", attorney at-law, I)uOtioin III.; K. C. Paco
caihicr of Centennial Hunx, Ashley. III. ; Albert
Iluvden. cashier of (leorge Connolly A Co., Spring
flelil. 1.1 ; It. M .vlunn, nttoruey-at-law, JUtt Ra.i
dolph street. Chicago; lion. Robt. A. Hatcher, at-toriiev-ftt-lnw,
Charleston, Mo.; II. I.ulghton,
casliier First National Hank, Stuart, Iowa.
THE BEST REMEDY IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES Peculiar TO FEMALES.
Tt In a Spec! lie for the cure ot Falling of the
Womb, Lciicorrliu.i, I'nln in the Buck, Painful
or Suppressed Menstruation, Flooding, Faint
ing Sensations, nnd all the varied troubles at
tending the period known aa Change of Life.
MERRELL S FEMALE TONIC
and STKF.MiTH to the ti i kkink FtNcnoNn,
exciting healthy action, and restoring them to
their normal condition. It Is pleasant to tho
taste, WAV IIHTAKKN AT A.NV TIME, tillll iS
truly a "Mother's Friend." For further ad
vice read Men-ell's Alumnae.! Full direct ions
with rneh bottle. Price, fl.isi. I'rcpared bv
JACOB S. MERRELL, St. Louis, Mo.
'Old tiy ail Urugijlsts uiidiA'uu-fgiu Mediciuu.