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TKK DAILY CAIltU liULLKTlN : FRIDAY MORNING .MAY 30, 1884.
atv rfeadsehe and rellcvs; all th tronMea Incl.
S.t to bilious state of the eystem.euch as Dla
Nausea, Drowsiness, Distreaa after fating,
Pa n the Side, Ac. While their moitwuwt
ab.t success has town shown la curing
Dead ar-hftyrt Carter'sLlttle Liver Pills are tqniOf
valuable in Conatipaaion, curing and preventing
thii annoying complaint, while they also correct
a'l dlaordrrs of the stomach, atimulate the liver
Artgul&ttthsboircla. Even If they only Cured
Ar would bo almostpriccloM to tho; Who
from tins dist
natal- their ooodneas doea not aid here, and tbosa
-h! L! trr them will find these little pills vain-
to duwUttouiacnL Hut after all aick head
Ti t1ir.ino cf m many llvet that here la where w
Lie cur great boJu Our pilla cure U wbila
0Cartedr?.nLlttlo Llvr-r Tllla are very mall ant
very eay to take, One or two pille make a dose.
They aro atrlctly vegetable and do not gripe or
tmrcc but by their gentle action plca.eallwhcj
isethem. In vials at ascents; five for 1. Bold
ly dru&jlsta everywhere, or sent by mail.
CiRTER MEDICINE CO . New York
ITES ESEAT SLCGO IUF.I7lH
liver and Kidney Eemedy,
Compounded from the well known
Curatives Hons. Malt. Buchu. Man
drake, Dandelion, Baraaparilla, Ca
cara nairraaa, etc., conmiuou wiui tui
agreeable Aromatic t-imr.
THE! CUE DYSPEPSIA & IMGESTM, j
Act upon the Lher and Kidneys,
I REGULATE THE BOWELS,
I They cure Rheumatism, and all Uri
nary troubles, niey invigorate,
nourish, strengthen and quiet
the Kervoua System.
Aa a Tonlo they have no Equal.
Take nono but Hups ana Halt Bitters.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS
Hops and Malt Bitters Co.
Thousands Hastened to their Graves
Relying on testimonials written in vivid
eiowinr: latmuanc or bouio miraculous
cares made by Botue largely pulled up doc
tor or patent medicine lias hastened ilmua
sxds to their graves; believing in their al
most insane faith that the same miracle
will be performed on them, ami that these
teatiraoniaij make tb rnroo, wnne me so
called medicine is all the time hastening
tfwa to their graves, n e have avoided
publishing testimonials, as they do not
Baie the cures, although we have
IHOC5AXD3 UPON THOUSANDS
cf tm, one of the most wonderful cures,
tcluatarily sent us. It is our medicine,
E:p Sitters that makes the cures. It haB
never failed and never can. We will give
retrecce to any for any disease similar to
tiiir own if desired, or will refer to any
neighborhood in the known world but can
Show its cures by IIop Bitters.
A LOSING JOKE.
A prominent physician of Pittsburg said
to i lady patient who was complaining of
her continued ill health, and of his inabili
ty to cure her, jokingly said: "Try Hop
Bitters'." The lady took it in earnest and
Cid the Bitters, from which she obtained
permanent health. She now laughs at the
drctcr for his jike, but he is not so well
phased with it, as it cost him a good pa
timt. FEES OK DOCTORS.
The lets of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in. We be
lieve the schedule for visits is f 11.00, which
would tax a man confined to his bed lor a
ytar, and in need ot a daily visit, over
$1,000 a year for medical attendand alone 1
And one bottle of IIop Bitters taken in time
would save the $1,000 and all the yoar's
A LADY'S Wl'JlI.
"Oh, bow I do wish my skin was as clear
ana soft aB yours," said a lady to her frund
"You can easily make it so," answered the
friend. "How?" inquired the first lady
.... TT t- .. . J
-lij UBing nop timers mat make tiure
rich blood and blooming health. It did for
me ai you observe."
OfVEN CP 11Y THE DOCTORS.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, and cured by so simple
"I assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, and with nothing but Hop fitters,
and only ten days ago his doctors gave him
Tap and said ho must die, from Kidney and
Liver trouble 1"
Why Ho AVi-nt to llio Cirrus.
Thoro was a eirous in tho city tlio
other day and old niun Primus, who had
brsvoo the blasts of seventy winters.
took a front neat at the performance.
A young acquaintance, who came in
and took a seat beside the old mun, ex
"Why, Mr. Primus! I urn surprised
to loe as old a man as you at a circus
"I always come," said tho old man
quicUy. "I euro nothing for tho gen
eral performance, hut 1 cotno to hear
'So you come to laugh at tho jokes?"
; "Oh, no! I don't laugh at them any
more," replied the heptuagenarian,
"but I enjoy tho jokes because they rc
ive fid memories, and carry me Lack
to toy childhood days when I used to
sit on my grandfather's knees and hear
him tell them us they were told by tho
clowns when ho was a boy. (JlutWi
nooga lopWa i'aptr.
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INVARIABLY IN ADVANOI.
All Communications should be addressed to
K. A. BUBNBTT,
Publisher and l'roorletor.
American Inventive GenluM,
When tho American reaches tho next
world thero will be trouble in whatever
section of it he finds himself. It is net
likely he will rest contented with things
as he finds them there. He will want
to improve; to amend; to invent. Ifj
ho is so fortunato ns to reach tho re-1
gions of light ho will propose tho intro
duction of tho three-string graud piano
instead of tho antiquated narp. It may
bo that he will have an eye to commis
sions off, for his interest. Those rest
less Americans, who, like Sir Joseph
Porter, "generally go bolow," will
plague the life out of the manager
thero by trying to introduce patent
uraits, improved smos.c consumers, iuei
savers and what not. The American
is distinctively a patent ofliee animal.
lake the great question of pile driv
ers, lor instance, which is occupying
the attention of the whole country.
Anybody who has a wharf to build
knows what an important machine a
pile drivor is. It thoro is a citjr in the
world that ought to be posted on pua
drivors it is Amsterdam, which is built
entiroly on piles. Of the ninety islands
on which the city is built ail are jam
med full of long oaken piles, and the
work of hammering down similar piles
goes on every day. Yet the Holland
pile driver is an exceedingly primitive
affair. It is only recently that steam
has been applied to raising tho ham
mer. In many parts of Amsterdam a
visitor sees a long lino of Hollanders
pulling at a rope until tho iron weight
is high enough, when another Holland
er with a small cord undoes the ar
rangement and gets tho drop on tho
The American has made two big im
provements on the steam pile driver.
The friction method is a great time
saver. Tho hammer drops and brings
its rope with it. Tho man in the en
gine house with a lever sets the ma
chinery to pulling up the hammer with
no tedious waiting for the rope to come
dangling down to "catch on." As
soon as sufficient height Is reached te
relaxes the friction and the hammvr
If you notice the crowd that contin
ually stands at the foot of Woodward
avenue, you will see that their atten
tion is attracted by the verv lut
thing in pile drivers, only two of wtich
are used in Detroit. This is a eon of
portable steam hammer, which follow
the timber down, tapping it gently or
severely, as the unseen man in the en
gine house wills it. The steam, sup
plied to the hammer by un imnieLse
hose, works in an ordinary cylinder,
lifts tho hammer and allows it to drop
of its own weight it will Cr.ve a put
to within an eighth of an inch cf where
it wants to go. The whoJe machine is
worthy of the attention of that victim
of ennui, the wharf loafer. It wjJJ pick
up a heavy oaken piie as if it ws a
match, balance it daintily in the tir,
place it point downward, and tLtrc pur
sue it with quick, gentle Up unlU it is
iu exactly tho position desired. It wil
do in a day about four tiu.es tLe work
of an ordinary pile driver, and it dots
I with an easo and an intelligence thtt
it Is a pity the wharf loak-r does u-A
emulate. V.lrou tree I'rw.
Our Virry Own.
What can bo more benelicnt than
that dispensation of providence which
gives us all so deep un interest In our
own concerns? What we do ourselves
always possesses for us an attraction
which no ouo elso's work, bo it ever so
brilliant and successful, can command.
Tho writer of these lines will look upon
them with a fatherly interest which
nothing can justify, save that diviuq
soutiment of appreciation for our own
with which we aro all Imbued. Ho will
turn forthwith this present page and
read it appreciatingly from beginning
to end, noting every typographio.il
error, and recognizing with a shade of
irritation the places where tho editorial
pruning-knifo has left its marks.
Others may perhaps read it, but to
none of them will it seem to bo sur
rounded with tho halo which it wears
in tho author's eyes. Tho only othor
mortals for whom it has a personal in
terest will bo tho compositors who sot
it up, and they will look at it merely
with a professional oyo, each felicitat
ing himself on the even spacing nnd
the ingenious way, perhaps, in which
ho avoided an awkward division of a
word at the end of a line. The editor
who read it in manuscript will never
look at it in typo if he can help it. Ho
will turn to his own paragraphs and
liud in them the solace thai is his just
reward. 1 fancy every ono who has
put pen to paper in the production of
this number ol 1 lie Hour will turn to
his own work. H may not think it is
better than tho rest, but it is his very
own, ana lor turn it nas lascluatlons,
Then thore is tho printer, who will
turn over tho leaves and think that his
part of tho work Is conspicuously mer
itorious. Tho man who furnished tho
ink will admiro its glossy blackness.
Tho paper-maker will rub a leaf bo
tween his forefinger and thumb, and
hold it admiringly up to the light, to
note its texture. The advertising agent
will contemplate his own peculiar
pages with something liko affection,
and each individual advertiser when ho
receives It will think that bis own
peculiar lines, souares or razes oiisrht
lo catch the cyo of tho public, even
nothing else in the edition is so much as
glanced at. Such are some of tho per
aonal luiejj'Hts that go to the making
up oi a single publication. They aro
reierreu to uere uecau.su thoy aro near
est at hand. All the interests of life,
however, afford parallel limtauocs.
Jlj a bdf'Vv-nfiisml Ryottat in The JJour.
Iot I'd Havo the Trial ti.
In nimthnr month or so it will bo
timo to begin tulvertisin r Xnrlhf rn
suinnior resorts, and we tiiko this op
port unity to ask a gn at favor on be
half of tho who'uAuii rii'uu nation. Wo
eiuooroly hope that sonm ono hotel iiuin
ont of iho 11,000 may eom out with an
honest stnlenu'tit of facts. S' far ns
the resorts of Michigan and Wisconsin
go, wo hope to hco uu advertisement
about as follows:
"This hotel cau nccomiuodato about
seventy-live guests iu a decent manner.
Any one over this number cau expect
to sleep ou the porch. Our rooms aro
furuisliod with cheap furniture, poor
carpets mid bedding of tho most com
mon sort. Any ono of our mattresses
is warranted solid enough for a meat
"This hotel is not romantically situ
ated. In fact tho site U tho poorest in
the neighborhood, but we wero looking
for land at $2 pur acre when wc bought.
The views from thu verandah and win
dows are somewhat picturesque when
not interfered with by windfalls,
swamns and brush heaps.
"We have flies and mosquitoes in
plenty, nnd we neither use ily-screens
nor mosquito bars.
"Thero is good rowing, bathing and
fishing. Tho rowing consists iu poling
an old jioow up ud down, the bathing
ground has a mud bottom, and when
you catch a tisli please let us know it.
Minnows furnished free to guests.
Which tnuis for twouty-tivo cents a
"Tin climate is salubrious. We
don't know what salubrious means, but
we have lots of rain, plenty of north
wiuds an I verv ronuulle fogs at night.
Fires extra. We never knew of any
one dving here, but perhaps that is be
cause we pri'inpily send ull sick people
homo before they havo a chance to
"The table of this house is supplied
with very poor meats, Chicago butter
inc. a fair grade of potatoes, adulter
ated tvtVeo, poor tea, second-class
tread and the usual assortment of
pickles and sauce. Children eatinir
L at the lirt table will bo charged full
price. A.l uieais sent to t tie room will
"Wasliicg list will bo furnished at
the cilice, but the proprietor rather
reccaimeuds that you go over to the
swamp and wash yor.r c-wn shirt if you
want extra nii-e work.
"Uur rates are a dsv. or f la a
week. While the terms cay seem high
tovou, you sLouiii rimes-i-tr that we
must tusk -to'Ajb in three months to
allow us tv livs itir iistx-b ti rest of
"Any one who a.iy o:,:,vcl to leaving
i a ro i r
1 f:r thf 5.ke cf ftjoyiss
i ibr-Tf r:frj;i;c?f.
? c-onf a.t aa t-c'itu j iy
the -z.iLEt T'fcviicaiiS
should at i'Zic-iU-iit.
Who rCCEilvIi J LiT LOW:..'
Saved by tn AUiatros.
A sxrruiar story ia bot-n rfclawtd w
Tit Vy the iLksitr of itit bare G-bdstooe,
wLk-h trnvftd here trom Lonoon.
Whilt tiit TeaM-l w tfc in xs.i;LU'je 4i' cie
grttfct Ktivi., tuci ioLTi'-uie dt-rree
eatt a BtLinuc lei. ovtir hoard trouj tiit
rtarbonrd gaiigway. Ttie bare v ub
fceuddixig aiotg w'.ih u rcn-rb wm aiid u
moderate v.d. but. tu tii- k'i;! rf
TTfiT fTwut-fcrrl'' h:t:xr ":Tft;. Hit WLS
rounded to. atidtht Ftarti'.a?d iJet'.mt
wa 3ow mid. mact.ed bv tl.t cLief t-li;-
r fctd I'.'LT A hwrvl l:; i.ne
fwlnai.it xuuii i at taiiCi'. , but vw;tg
to the yyugLiiotit v! the ht-a. Lt u'.'t.lc
A bt ciauvieitci. bt.i the Ovtt ti;oetU
i tit tpO. M'!t l.t W U iUhl hO'.'U.
Jiwt tutt lvuud bitii iivatit it. out i -
invtt tiLaut ... iv.tg.t:g vji teat .:.. t-v
li t iti' aui w n i.4 a va."k- i-'vairv.-e.
'Jbt t.-.t'j Lu-i v.'peo i :". '.'..
liiaii wjL..t ti. iu: ier t'.rwyj.i';'
w'.i ti k aitfe au:
i btt t.
bird aui a.". ;i it j.
iy i.wMitl; -
.-t J.'l;'1 a. ft..-'.1.',
.tlii-i; ot w a ' i
''.u rt ..:; a.'.
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j.li i.';Vt;i.-:j ;:!
l.atti,.',g au t
and ti.': a;U.;'-
atiabie. i or L: '
Whit; t'jrih 'A .H
V.it) (!ra;j:nj, pr
awoop. J ;.e u.ri
.r I'f :
Suddenly a tiiou-'Lt ;ijM':i Ui him
that the hii'": fiiiu c.o '.i'-.: Vi l.ii fa.e
inight becoui'i bis invoioii'.;ity t.'.-.".
4jick as thought he l:a:h:d lip aii'l
heized th'i bird', which b: lro:'::d':'i l'
strangle with all hi i might. 'J l.e hiigi:
:reaturi) struggled with Its w.ugs and
paddle to free itk:!f. In ib: i.'tit'-t
the sailor was beaten bia-K dij'I bbn;
and cruelly lacerated, but l.: J . j 1
own, and hiowly the n.M quiveriMj :nji
died. '1 lie carcass floated lightly i,n
the waves, its feathers foitning a Ciin
fortable support for thu '-xhuu-.tMl man
who had ho narrowly wmh a linger
ing dentil. I!ut nnotli'-r dutiger h-a :iii -!
him. He was not iihh Ii of : swimmer,
and tho excitement of th't t-xtraordi-uary
conilict began to tell un him. Hi)
was fiiint anil grew giddy, liui. with
oue arm over tho albatross' body, un
der tho wing, and ono hand clutching
tho bird s feet, tho sailor awaited his
chanco for a rescue. Presently In,
heard his comrades riliout from the
boat, nnd in a few minute more ho was
safo on board the barque, though a
good deal shaken and exhausted. -,Syl-tivy
Klio I'orKot. lffr ltaly.
A curious instaneo of forgetful ties
tf 1.M I...,.! tt, I L'lU .III. 1 .. .. I. 1. .
wuuwi lit Linn i.iijf lilrtL weeK. Jl is u
confutation ol the saving "Can a moth
cr forget her child?" Two ladies, with
an iniani oi apparently two years, call
ed at a carpet store, and after thu usinil
inspection of patterns selected one to
suit, the busy clerk attended to other
customers, and the ladies wont out.
This wa about 1 o'clock in the after
noon. At 3 o'clock imagine the sur
prise of the clerk when ho found tho
iuiuuii i-.uiimy nieepiiig in a snii" cor
ner behind a idlo of carpet, blui soon
awoko and began crying. Thinking
that sho might bo hungry, the clerk
was sent out with her to ti restaurant,
where hor little ladyship's good humor
was restored by a dainty repast. As
they wero on their return to the store
ono of tho forgetful ladies eanio hur
riedly up and, with "Where have you
been with my child?" sho seized tho
neglected infant And hurried away.
Hartford ifutuiuy Times.
Tm itsDAY Kveniko, May 29, 1884,
flic weather lus been almost cool enough
for tires the past ibty or two; a strange
condition thut inaiks a great change in the
teinperutiirn or season in this latitude.
The m irket, ns a rule, is quiet in all de
partments, but not more so than is expected
at this timo of year.
FLOUU Unchanged and very quiet.
Prices aro weak and stocks largo.
HAY The market is demoralized. Re
ceipts aro much largor than tho demand
t iikcs cure off and buyers will touch noth
ing but the best.
CORN The demand continues good.
Mixed is iu fuir supply but chsice white is
OATS-Dull and plenty. Prices are
quntably unchanged, but weak.
MEAL Scarce and firm.
Bit AN I good supply and fair de
BUTTER The old stoek is large and
cannot be sold, me aeraana lor iresn re
ceipts is very light and prices tend lower.
EGGS Pleuty and weak. Prices will,
with cliatiKe to hot wtather, go lower.
CHICKENS Plenty and slow sale.
Only clmice her.s are wanted.
ONIONS Ne Louisiana onions are bt
gining to arrive and sell at $4.50(35.00.
FKlTT-The apple season is over.
Sttawbeirit-s arrive freely and sell readily,
if in g"oii condition, at prices quoted.
Niles and Quotations.
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-Tit prvm ar j.eo are lor ea.ee ftum
'r. rvuEd !o'.. An a.1 ar.ee Is
ia.-ieu i.'t troi'r lotein Rulneor.ler.
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5m (!; kruvs frJe...
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pnarhes. halves and iinarters
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ChoU'.H mudlnm .
S tOIii 71
Choice, Factory 10
Ciemu - IB
Utavc r per pound..
10 to en
10 to 45
10 to 5
bo to a u
75 to S 10
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Sheep Celts, dry..,
Sheep Crlts, lireen
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Good iu its 4 MHO. R n
owbeaf 4 HM. m
Medlnm Leaf.... a Mu 1 (
GorUaf. 7 B(3 S't
HATU8 OF FRSIHI1T.
Oram Bay Flonr Pork
Vcwt. cwt. Whbl. Vbhl.
Me nil. M 1H 15 .
. . Orleans, U' SO 28 1
neietia, Ark 17 M an
Kline-ton, Miss .... swlj 22 ;t is 87 V
Vtckeliurg. Preuteas House per cwt. Ulsb'r
All othurwa points bulow Memphis to New Pi
Issns. earns rates as to KUneato , (
Home to yield every time to treatment with
Spartanbure:. S. C, March 13, lSe.
Your moat valuable mcdtclno (Swill's Speclflc)
haa Oonu me so much cood tl.at I feci like ravlui
this for the be in-111 or (Lose bo sutler like 1 did. I
was poienned by ruiHON oak. and aw nut a well
day for six years, until I used altnon every kind of
medicine, hut none had tha desired effect. After
using six bottle of Hwtrr's specific I am restored
te perfect health with not a slyu of that awful
tours truiy, tiAv iu nasni'ri1.
1 had foi thlrty-eieht years suffered every spring
sno summer with l'olson Oak, w hich 1 coul acted
In bathing whei. a buy. I tried ever thinit for 1,
nicudiui; many pbyslcaus, hut without any beuetll
I took six butt es of Swift's Specific (S. 8. S I four
years airo, and it cared m round and well. Tbrvu
summers have passed. fid I have had nw return of
It. Joeiti'H liEA't.Kv, Columbus, Ua.
I have had re'rsrkahle success with Swift's Spe
cific; h-ve Hired iuveral cae permanently lu a
ver short time. One case which I am now treat
tut; was vlven np to die. and after nstnt three bot
tles is so far recovered that 1 tbii k onemoic bottle
will cure her. The m- ft remarkable cae otali was
a ladv with meduKrr cauc r ol th-womb, for
1 had no hope wha'erer Aflsr uln oue bottle I
am pau.-Ced the will -non be rured.
J. VTYL1K Ql'lLI.IAN, M. D.
Ea!eys, S. C.
Treatise on H ood and Sk!n Diseases mailed
frt to applicants.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC -CO.,
Draper i Atlanta, tia.
X. Y. Off.ce, 1J9 W. d between Sixth and
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Fpta.tr-. wrc. cc.. chcaco
WOU fi.LI IT 1-I'TGGirrS
if Os aJe 1)V
PAUL 0. SCJIUII,
H'::'r-A Aula, in Uu'm oitv
ei7 Bt. CbirUi fit. ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rau-tilar Orn1 im a o. two medl'-iil
A . I. lii wiii(ei iK'1 In the Uf-al
ti.itiitl .l.iii.L-, NarviMt, HUii. ntnl
IlioO't 1iIm-'- tfii'i anr otlirr plitnli-lan In
ill. fiila. uOi) pir tU'iW tiA al I . Id rest
flri, i k wt w . l.'iiauJtAllua aI 'ff.ci or by mall,
life tiA li,lt-l A friendly tlk or lil opinion
,.! i,',il,li.K. When It la lie ei.yelilent to vllt
tli. Ttv for lii-feiiutiiil. uirdh-liiea run m aent
by u.nll of Ai,rr. .rf) wlitir. I)uratilr. ea-s
limmuUed ; wlire doubt ta'nt. It. la frankly
klaltd. . ail or W rile,
fhyiWal WnUm, Mrrrailal and otar
aflMtlona of Tkroatt KM a and Bones lilood
luipurltln and Blood Polsoalng, Skin Aflsc
Horn, 014 Horn and I'lcers, Impedimenta to
Marrlana, UhmiBiatlim, Cllm. KpcUljt
aaatiba ta eaasa fro arar-worksd hraln.
h I IUJ I ( A L I A s Hi rrl pcl al at tantloa.
llsaiMis arising from Imprudsnrea KieeitasSj
It It . lf-i-vM.-iit thut a phydi'lan ray'l'iS
,tr t l, ii I r Hiiiutlon u a riant or ran-, atinlna
Kieat .kill, nnd pliyali-Um liirexular pruellee
all ovi-r the country knowliiK thii, freo -ently
racoimiiiiiul riinei tn tbeoldeit oltti-e ll' Auli-rf-ca,
wlinrn every known aipllain Ii teairleC
to, and the prnvml hxk1 rem,,, I In .i- of all
aK'- and eouiilrlea are uaed, A whole lieuse IS
uaed lorolllee purpoies, ami all are treated will)
skill In a re..ii'ifnl inumier; ami, know.ni
what to do, no eiierliiientn are ina,dH. t n uo
count of the irent number Ml y I ii r, the
rharires are kept low, often lower than Is le
inaielrd tiy other, ff yon cure the ski I ! ml
retaaneedy ami perrnel life line, that a Mn
iiiporlunl miiller. i'amphlet, tie pages, a jut
plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I ?IU
Klevant cloth and irllt lilndluir. Heated for W
cents In iiosiaireor eurreni-y. Over tl fly w.n
rlerful pen pteturea, true to life, artlele. on tile
followliiK subjects! Who may marry V whon.it?
why? 1'rnnrr aire to marry. Who marry flr-t.
Manhood, womanhood. Phylenl deeny. Wao
How life and liapplneaa may ue
ie nnirrlcd or eouteuiDlill'Ilk'
niarrvliiK should read It. Itoucht to lie real
by all adult persons, then kept under lock and
key, i'opulitr edition, nine as uliove, but pap-.-r
cover and iw pages, W cents by mall, 1" viouex
CaiLsea no Pain.
Gives Kelicf at
cure. Not a Li-
Jnnl.l ai. UiiiiiT An
ptied with finger. ive it a Trial.
50 c nt-. at driitmiKts,. tt1) cents by mall ru(lster
fid. S, nrl fur rirriiliir.
ELY HltOTIIERS, DruK sis, OwoJo,N,x".
I V V ova.
LLINOIS CENTRAL K.
-wnrSi Wuj tu?" f&a,r 'a.yj
Shortest and Quickest Route
SV Louis aiid Ckicaro.
Tho Onlv Iino ltunuing
Makino Direct Conneotion
rtuiNS Laavi Caiiio:
U;U u m. Mnii,
arriving In Ht. Louis 9 Mi a.m. ; Ctilcaj:a.H:p.tn.j
(,'onneciiBir at Odin and Klbntviam fur t'li.rlt
natl. Louisville, lLdlunsjna nnd p duts Eaat.
Kaat St. Iuiai i.ri.l
Airlvlux It St I.onla tlMI
for all points We-t.
p. in., arid conuictlu
l:4"j l. m. I''ust K
Fur St, Lonls and Chlrnuo, arrlvInK at St. Louis
10:15 p. in., find Chicago ' :M a. iu.
3 45 p. m C.'incdniititi
at Cincinnati 7:H a.m.; LoulevilU K:iS
a. tn. ; ludlaiiapo.ls a .i e a in. fnn-rhfn by
this tram reai h the al vs pniuts 1 !J to Mil
lit--1Kb in advance of any other runte.
tff-Thn a. m. nores ha Cl'l.LMAN
AOkEClNU CAR from Cairo to Cincinnati, wliu
out changes, uuj through aleopura lo si. Louis
Fast Time Kaist.
I'its.fll(f(t'; ,J uoo ruuii' l.an.
I (i'"i.iint.ia eru p.nijt witinut a,.j ,ie;m
"sused ry Sunday intervealnt;. The Saturdsi) altei
inon train from alro arrive" In ntv Yo'k .Vf . uiity
nnromg at l'. Thirtj s:i hi.i.'ln a,'!vai,ct oi
ni utt.er route.
I 4 For throi..-h tirk-t- ad firiir infoniuilft
ipj Tut b iLolc C:.t. a! K.i'.r oil I-;pnt. Cairo.
1. H. JfiNKs. Ti'net ah-u
A. H. UASsCiN. (.. Cn-a. Ai:ent. Chicago
H. . TI MK CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Tialaadvpat. Trains arr v
. s:s i a r . t Mail 4: a . m.
'I t', p. m I K rtt'i. 11 I'n ni.
Fx U;ij n. m. si l.oii ti 2:lj p. m.
C. ll. It (Soutbern Iivi.n u)
4 :4S a m I i' Ex .. 1 :1 a. to.
bum am. S. ti Ka .. ll ;iu a.m.
i 45 p.m. N. O. Ex 4.i p.ia.
ST. L. A I. M. It. 11.
Ifl.Wp.ni. 1 Express 2:10 p.m.
w., t-T. i . a p it n.
till) r s
Va-.. A fix.
Ac 'oai ....
. 4:i" p.m.
..lo: v a.m.
..o l'i p.m
. i:10 p.m.
A. to : ..
mo n. r
Daily except sus
. t D.illv.
ARRIVAL AND PEPARTURE OF
I fro FC
1. C. K. r. ftrosib lock real). Si.in
..;i:'li m 3pm
. .4 2" p.m. 9 p.m.
. p. m. ftp. a .
,..u p. tn t p. a.
.."p.m Ii. u.
..5 p. m. t JO am
p. In. 4 p. tn.
. A bun.
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. Sa m. to lo a. m.
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Tilts 4 SI. Losia H. K
el. lxt.: A Cairo K. K.
U as I ittr s-Hvea HV) .
divaris Wed . Fri
C It. fr del op n from
F.O. box del. o. in from ....
Mjr.'!af (fee . uni-D In.rn.
h'it':a del. opm frurn
fiy-Ml K -Chatiics will
ti pi'illatn-d fr'm
n.e to tlo-iK la citr oabera
t'lianuc voir canla ac
M. Mt'ttl'Uy. V. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, lftf!3, Under tie
Law of HiiJ.'l.
Hiicre.aor to Widows and Orphans Mnmtl Aid So
ciety, organls'id July 4th, 1S77, under
the lawa of 1872.
.JOHN II. ItOltlNHON.
W .VI. HI It A T I' S
... Vice l'rlslilent
J. A. litil.nHTI N K. . . .
(!. W l)U NIU
I50AUD OF DIHLCTOUS koh 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratum, Htratton Itlrd, t'ro-.ers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. Goldsllne, oKiolilhtlnu it Uoaeii water, hole
sale and retail dry K"'1;C. W. Dtinulni!. M. I).;
l'rei. lid. Med Ex., for l uislons; Albert Lewis.
coinmlHalou merchant; J. II. Kohitison. conn l V
Judge an notary public; Win. F. Citchur, com.
nroker and liiaurauco aireut; K. II Kal'd, city
etieet supervisor; M. I'biliips, carpenter and hulld
er; Tbomns Li'wl, attorney and secn-tarv ; K.V.
I lert-e, attorney at-law, Duuoln 111. ; K. C. I'ace
cashier of Centennial llaii-, Ashley, III.; Albert
llayilen, cashier of Ooori;e Connelly Co., Spring
fluid, II ;JI. M ttiinn, attoruoy-nt-law. It-; Ran
dolph street, Chicago; lion. Koht. A. Hatcher, at-toriicy-at
law, ('harleston. Mo. ; II. Lelghton,
cashier First National Hank, htuart, Iowa.
THI B.ST REMEDY IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES Peculiar to FEMALES.
It 1. a Spec) lie fur the cure oi 1'uIIIiil' of the
Womb, LcucorrluiM, l'uln lutlio Hack, l'aluful
or .Suppressed Menstruation, Hooding, Faint
Inpt Hensatloim, and nil the vnrted troubles ut
ti'iitlniK the period known us Chantra of Life.
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC S
and Sl ltiiMl'l II totlioL'TF.KlNRFliNrTIONH,
eai'ltliiR liealtliy iictlon, unil restorhiK them to
their norinitl eotulitioii. Ills pit-annul lo tho
tilStO, MAV UK TAKFtf AT ANY TIMK, Elltl Ii
truly a "Mother" Friend." (For further ad
vice rend Mi riell s Aliiiutiaa.) Full directions
With PIK'll bottle. I'l lee, l.oo. I'repureil lV
JA0OB S. MERRELL, St. Lottla, Mo.
Hold by ml LiriiKKlsts und Oeun-rs in Mctlk-lne.