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THE DAILY (JAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOIiMS'il JUNE 7, 1881.
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Klcvatcil to tlic Porragp.
Caleb Andrews, a well-knowu citizen
of Arkansaw tolls rather tin tuuusing
story coueorninp family prMe.
"I was devotedly attached to Priscilla
Kidman," said Mr. Andrews, "and af
ter being fully assured that my love
was returned, I approached old man
Kidman; who had ever been a frhvndof
our family and asked his consent to our
" 'Certainlv. Caleb,' said he. 'Cer
tainly, for to'tell you tho truth I have
had mr yo on you for somo time,
because I know that you will make a
good husband. Resides that, it is
well that our families should bo unit
ed.' , ,
'When can tho niarrago tako
ulace?' I asked.
" Oh, anytime, or rathoras soon a3
arrangements can bo made.'
"I was deliihtod with tho old man's
frankness. His face seomod a model
of noblo expression. My father agreed
with mo concerning the old man Rid
man, but my mother, woman liko,
would not asreo that ho deserved any
credit, and dropped a mild hint that
tho Ridman family was no better than
hors, that her mother was old Major
Harvey's daughter, and that nono of
tho Harvey stock need foci elated even
if the governor of tho state should grant
tho hand of his daughter. This was
all very well, and quite natural, my
mother necessarily being a woman, but
with mo, it robbed old man Ridman of
nono of tho nobility with which I had
surrouuded him. Exlensivo prepara
tions for tho wedding were made, and
I doubt that there was ever a happier
clod-hopper than I. The marriage was
to take place at noon Thursday. War
had been declared between tho states,
and, after the ceremony. I, as captain
of n company, was to nrueli away, re
gretful at such an early separation
from my young wife, but happy iu tho
thought i!int 1 would bo envied by all
tho young men in tho neighborhood.
Tuesday eveninz I went over to Kid
man's house, lie did not welcome mo
in his usual outburst of 'Why, my dear
boy, how aro you?1' and I thought that
he might bo ill.
" 'Mr. Andrews,' said he, 'let meseo
you a moment."
"There was a chilliness in his voico
and an expression in his eve which I
could not quite understand."
"Ho led the way down to
whero tho hogs were eating,
his risht arm over tho fence,
cd to me with an air of importance and
. " 'I believe thorc has been somo little
talk in regard to a marriago between
you and my daughter?'
"I looked at him in astonishment,
and replied aflirnmtively.
" 'Such a union is now impossible.'
" 'Why?' I gaspnd.
' 'Why!' he exclaimed. 'Why, in
deed. lou certainly cannot have heard
of tho governor's action concerning me.
IIo has appointud me justice of the
peace. A judge, sir, under the confed
erate government. This war, young
man, is intended to define social lines.
It is to confirm an aristocracy which
for years has been growing. You aro
quite a respectable young man, with
fair education, but you cannot bono to
marry into the nobility. Ucfore I was
elevated to tho peerage, I gave my con
sent to your union with my daughter,
but now, sir, in duty bound to myself
nud iimnly, I am forced to rescind my
"My blood arose,' 'Sir!' I exclaimed,
you forget that I am a captain in the
" 'I seek not to rob you of any laurels
that you may have won. A captain
canniako his position honorable, but
ho is by no means a 'squire. If you at
tain tho rank of general, then 1 shall
bo pleased to reconsider this decision,
but until then or somo similar eleva
tion, 1 must discountenance your asso
ciation with my daughter.'
'"Does your daughter share your
" 'My daughter may not share, but
she accepts my opinion. She could not
"I went homo. 'Tho old fool!' ex
claimed my father when I told him.
Til go over and whale him till ho can't
stand up,' and it was as much as I could
do to diasuado him from his violent
"I went into the war without seeing
the girl again. Just before Leo's sur
render. I was promoted to tho rank of
brigadier general. After peace was de
clared I returned homo. Miss Kid
man had not married, and I was told
that sho had never ceased to grievo for
"Ono evening I strolled over to sco
1 .n. .
ncr. mo sittinjr-rooni uoor was open,
and seeing no ono within, I entered
and sat down. Shuttling footsteps told
ot somo one's approach. Old man Kid
man entered. Ho looked at mo a mo
ment and said:
" 'Have you como back to taunt me?
-o, olilman, having attained tho
rank of general, I havo como back to
marry your dawrhttT .'
" 'How do you know, sir, that I will
a ,ir . ...
-iou Bam mat all barriers (should
oo removed should I attain tho rank of
" 'Yes, but you arc onlv a brigadier.
general. Well, as I did not specify
what rank of general, I suppose it
would bo better to yield. Remember,
sir, that I am soon to bo a candidato
under tho United Stales government
for justico of tho peace.'
"We have been married for years.
Tho old man lives with us, and is con
stantly engaged In copying opinions
delivered under authority of tho con
federate government." Arkamuio
HEAXS AND IMG FISHES.
Vuins Worth Tolling Heeled Oft by a
"hook alive, now!" shouted a red
faced sailor to a waiter iu a Water
"Ayo, ayo, sir," replied tho waiter,
taking tho captain's moasuro and mark
ing him mentally for a plato of corned
beef and cabbage. "Wot shall I bring
"Rring mo a dish of Marblehcad tur
key, and look alive," repeated tho
customer, who a moment lator was
deej) in tho mysteries of baked boans.
"That's a new namo for beans, Isn't
it?" iuquirod a person at tho samo
"My father called 'em so," ropliod
tho skipper. "I'm n Reverly man my
self, and wo consider that aour beans
lie a triilo closer to tho wind when closo
hauled than on tho east coast Roans
is tho mainstay of New England folks.
They talk about fish makin' brains; I
toll ye it's beans. Why, Lord bless ye!
Look around here in New York. Look
at your prosperous Americans. They'ro
most of 'em boan-eatin' Yankees. De
prive a Down Easter of his beans, and
I tell yo you hit him whero tho cop
Tter's oir. Ever hear tho story of Capt.
Elder Muirridire? No? Wall, ho was
elder and skipper both a mighty pious
man and ouce he took a trip as far as
New York; big thing for him. Wall,
they got struck with contrary winds,
and blowod oil' shoro about fifty miles.
Along comes one of thoso Cunarders,
and seein' tho schooner llyin' her col
ors union down in distress, they slows
up and sends off a boat, and after a
hard pull in a heavy sea-way they hails
the schoonor, and tho mate "sings aout:
'Schooner ahoy! Ye sinkin'?' 'Not
quite so bad,'" siugs aout tho elder,
'but wo'ro aout o' beans. Kin yo lot
us havo a pot?' Wall, they say that
that mato nearly bust his windpipe a
swearin'. There was poetry writ on
that," added the skipper.
"l?y yourself?" asked his listener.
"Wall, I tell ye," replied tho cap
tain, "between you and mo it was writ
by a chap by ttio namo of Jumper in
tho 'Sailors' Own Rook,' in Gloucester,
but ordinary, when I spins tho yarn,
it's supposed I'm tho one that writ it
Some o tho lines wants ilin' and ovcr
haulin', but it's wot they call blank
verse. It goes liko this:
A ship once cropslnir over the sea
I tell the Ftory na 'twas told to mo
Mitile a hundred tal es or so from chore,
When a emit wiik one day seen that lioro
Her tlnir rr viwd, while nHiiist the inapt
the torn eui s fluttered us the wind rushed
"Out with the bout?" the cnptuln crld,
And the heaincn darted over the side;
Their oars tell in with h rciruinr dip,
A they rn idly neared the sl.ent ship.
W hen they reached the deck a el lit met their
Which made them start wjth a fearful sur
prise. All around on tledeek the crew werolylnpr,
And frrnHiiiiifr aloud as tho' they were dying!
The captain a. one on a hen-coop sat,
Willi his lute in hie bunds und u weed on his
He grzed on them nil with a blood-shot eye.
And the ercw looked up with a heartrending
"Say, why do you raise the flag of distress,
And pit around dec k in Idiotic?
Arc you nut of loud? Have you used up your
Have you (rot the plague? Or what is the
"We came, from lleverly, and that signal
That for full three days we've been out of
"That's poetry wot is poetry," said
tho skipper, "but food never botherod
mo much. 1 was always lookin' aout
for fish, and I'vo got the namo of lin
gering tho biggest fish agoin'. I
brought a halibut into Roston bnco that
weighed over COO pounds. I reckon
that beats the deck. I've seen seven
halibut that weighed together 1,732
pounds taken by tho schooner John
Dove in 1871."
"What was tho largest codfish
ever caught?" asked the listener.
"Hundred and four pounds," was tho
reply, "and it was over live foot long.
Rul Capt. Martin, of Gloucester, caught
the biirjrest that I ever heard on. It
weighed ill pounds. i ve caugnt a
lobster that weighed 20 pounds, and a
horse mackerel weighing COO pounds.
ouco tackled onto tho biggest hsh m
the world," continued the skipper.
"A whaler ' asked the other.
"A whalo ain't a fish," retorted tho
man of tho sea. "This one, 1 reckon,
was a devil-fish ono o' these 'ero
broadside fellows thirty foot across, all
beam, and drawin' abaout six inches.
Wo was lyin' in harbor, when I see a
big ripplo movin araound, and tninK-
mg it a big norso mackerel i jumps in
to the boat and gits tho lads to pull
near it, and when alongside I tosses
the iron into it, and Lord bless ye! I
though tho hull rocf was arisin . A fish
riz that looked liko tho vessel herself,
and in a minuto wo was a-rushm
daown tho channel in a way that was
a caution to sinners. The channel
cnt araound an island, and as we
came around the second timo tho fish
went right for tho brig. I see wo wns
a-goin' to hit, and sings aout, "Caii mo
rope!' but tho man didn't havo any
knife. 'Cast it oil! says 1. 'lis
spliced to tho painter,' says he, and un
der water.' I lint minuto wo strucK.
Tho fisli dove under the brig, and wo,
not bcin' ablo to dive, kind o' tele
scoped. The dingy just smashed all
to pieces. We fell into tho water, and
was hauled aboard bv tho hands, and
tho pieces kept cotuin' up all dav.
"Tho fish? Wall. I reckon he's
n-goiu' yet Somo of 'em aro thirty
feet across, and havo kind o horns at
tho head, and often git foul o' anchor
nnd chains, and hauls vessels along
iust as if thev was boats." -Kc w York
llat.s for Old and Young.
Tho styles in gentleman's hats differ
very little from those ol last inter.
Tho crown of tho Derby is higher, and
tho curl and brim are both flutter. In
silk hats tho bell is lighter and tho
brim is moro open, smaller and more
ciuseiy rolled, ihe l edora and AI
pine, the soft hats, m o not worn much.
lJlack is the prevailing color, nnd tho
silk bat is Hie only dressy hat. Thero
is no ditlereneo between tho young
man's and tho old man's hat, exoep"!
that the latter has a wider brim. Ono
can hardly say that is truo either; for
the old men aro getting qulto juvehilo
in their tastes. Before long they will
bo tho only ones wearing tho uarrow
trim high hat
Short Talks With tlio Roys.
Como, now. my lad, but you want to
run away. No boy ever yet reached
the ago of 15 without having several
times firmly resolved to leave homo.
Whon a boy has mado up his mind to a
thing of this sort ho ought to carry it
out by all means. The first step in tho
programme is to begin saving up broad
and meat When you have a bushel or
so of provisions hidden in the barn or
under the wood-shed you aro roady for
tho battle with tho cold world. Make
your start at night. This will provunt
tho sun from tanning your complexion,
and yoit will bo quite certain of tho
company of a tramp or two.
Somo boys leave a nolo pinned to tho
pillow of their bed. This noto goes on
to say that tho boy has boon jawed,
bulldozed, starved, pounded and
knockod down and dragged out, until
ho has mado up his mind to sever tho
connection, lio will never Lo heard of
When you havo packed up your littlo
bundle and aro off it will bo well to
settle upon some plan for the future.
Perhaps you want to bo a sailorP Noth
ing is easier. Make your way to somo
lake or seaport, and most any captain
will tako you. If ho can't disgust you
with tho sailoring business in about a
week, tar buckets, sca-sickness, poor
provisions and a rope's end will bo
called upon to assist him.
Perhaps you want to becomo a
mighty hunter? Mighty hunters aro
not mado in a few days or weeks. You
want to begin by letting your hair and
lingor nails grow, sleeping in a swamp,
and wasting f 2 worth of ammunition
to kill a ton-cent chipmunk.
If you havo decided to becomo a
bank clerk, well and good. Mako
tracks for tho nearest city, and tho first
banR you enter will jump at tho chanco
of employing vou at a salary of $200
per mouth. If it should so happen
that the bank didn't do any jumping as
you made application, you can console
yourself with tho reflection that it is
about to bust.
Rut, speaking in all seriousness, my
boy, if I had a "dozen sons I should be
glad to havo each and every ono of
them take his turn at running away
from home. It is tho best cure in the
world for that disease called "swell
head." Thero's a heap of romance in
tho idea of running away. You think
of tho sparkling sea, tho green prairies,
coral strands, robbers' caves and pi
rates' treasures. You feel that you
know so much moro than your father
that it is a wasto of brains for both of
you to remain in the samo house. You
have been forced to go to school, and
havo been ordered to split wood and go
to tho grocery after butter liko a com
mon slave. Don't stand it any longer!
Pick up your duds and leave tho house
and go forth into tho world.
What! Come to a full stop in tho
road before you aro a milo away!
You've got a peck or more of sour meat
and moldy bread In a pillow-case, sev
enteen cents in your pocket, and just
think how your .fatner and mother
have missed you at home! Tho ro
mance begins to wear oil, eh? You don't
care half as much about un nuaids and
palm-groves and pirate ships as you
did an hour ago. You hate to leave
mother after all, and perhaps father
isn't so much to blame fur bossing you
around. Come to think it all over.
perhaps you'd better return home and
try and stand it for a few more weeks.
An! my son, but wo voan been there:
All these wrinkled and dignified and
bald-headed old mon you meet on the
streets have had about the same expe
rience. We've had that same period
of "swell-head," and eight out of ten of
us have packed our bundles and slid out
to escape parental tyranny. Eight out
of ten of us have slipped bacn again,
too, and the experience was the right
sort of medicine for the disease. Any
timo you come to feel that j on are a
poor, overworked nud downtrodden
ov, and that if you only had a fair
show you d know uiore iu a minuto
than your father does in an hour, just
skip. There's nothing like it .1.
"Wildcat banking days? Yes, I had
somo littlo experience of how business
was dono in thoso times, 6aid Mr.
William A. Rutlor yesterday. "Ranks
used to be started on a capital of land;
it was assessed at a certain value, gen
erally about ten times what it "was
worth, and tho bank allowed to issue a
portion of the amount in notes. On
paper tho scheme was perfection, all
tho safeguards imaginable, but it was
all on paper. You sec, wo fellows
camo from the east, and I imagined
that fortunes were to be made outliero,
but peoplo didn't havo any money to
do business with. So this wildcat
money was issued, aud as soon as a
man got somo of it he was mighty anx
ious to chango it with a laudi. Tho
man who could change it quickest was
tho fellow who came out best. I re
member ono funny instance. At tiio
timo 1 was keeping a stoto I had some
bills to pay in New Yolk. I had lots
of wildcat money, but unfortunately it
was no good down east I had a neigh
bor of the name of Elluioro who was
about in tho samo fix. IIo proposed
collecting all tho money ho could "et
on ouo bank and getting it exchanged,
lie was pretty sanguine ahout tho suc
cess of his scheme, but 1 wasn't; at
any rate I told him wo would try it.
Ellmoro got all his money on a Lapeer
bank, and I got mine on three wildcat
banks in Pontine. We drove out next
day, and Ellmoro left mo at Pontine to
go to Lapeer. 1 did what I could and
managed to get if 200 or$3oO for all tho
notes I held; tho bank wouldn't pay
any moro. When Ellnuro roturued I
asked him how ho had mado out, and
ho said ho had got his notes redeemed
in full. I was surprised to hear this,
because tho Lapeer bunk was consider
ed the meanest in tho whole slate. Ho
said ho had a draft on Detroit which
would be paid all right. When he got
to Detroit lie took his draft to get it
cashed, and soon afterward I saw him
come up to his store with a handker
chief lull of nio::' ; he must have had
n peck of it. Wen, sir, the man on
irat: was i.tv.wn una paid
iiiiu ail in
L 'ti.'er bank nKes, the samo
; ii.i:g !
h-c:e ; an. I
:i l so
in !iisiriii'.is!v col-
In I:. I'
I V lull ' 1
i !'. I'-ot;
i i ivmiMii-
ing Tortures, Hu
tions, such as
SALT HIJKUMorEcjicm, fforiailii, Scald Head.
Infiiali'e or Birth Humors, and every fotaiof
Itehtuu. Sralv. I'impiy, Inherited, C'ontagioua, and
CoppcrCelaivd Dii"'tiftu of tho Mood, .--kin aud
Scalp, with t"M .if Hair, aro pocilivuly cured by
tha t'lTlCUUA ItKSIEDlKa.
(.'utli-ura Ruao.vent, the new blood pjr'.fer, cluan
ne the blood and purniratiun ol liiipurltloH and
uoiauiioim elements, ui ililniH runiowa the caimu.
Cutii'iin. thii L'ra! S'iin t'ti-c, luKtautlr allays
Itchiau and I ntlaniiii.it un, cieaia th Hkln and
Scalp, heals t'leera ai d Huti a, ami reatorca the
Ctitlriira Snap, an tMii!ci!o kin HuHittlflc-r an
Toilet liiquiHitu. prepared from Ciitlcura, is iudla
neiisuMi' in treating f-k u DIscusdm, llnby llnmnra,
hkln Bknili-hes, KoiiRli.t hn pud, or U ly tsulu.
Ciitlcura Kemrdlr aro hnlntetv pure, and the
only roiil blood 1'ur II ti and Skin Beautitlcr , free
from merciirv, arsenle, luud, uliic, or any other
1 v.ittktt u li ' M 111. Id. i.t U'liatuniiim.
It would require thiaetitm papr to do juatlce
to a itiscriiitli U of th- cures purfoaivd by tho
t'nticur i Ii 'solvent iiit rr.ul y, mid t'u lenra and
Cutieiira heap externally.
Ki'Zcmaof the pi nn of the hand and ol the
ends ol tho flDL'erp. verv ditllcu t 10 treat and una
ally coExidered Incurable; hmi.iIi pat he of tetter
anil fait rherm or. the eiirc, nope ana a idea of the
Stalled Meld with lo of Iml without number,
heml covered with dundrutf and p-cdy eruption,
i'apecihv of hlldien and Infanta, many of which
since birth had bum a uih cf ca'ip;
lt:liin. buri.lnjr, nnd fculy tortures that baffled
ov-n r lief from r Unary rotie lien, s lothed aud
ha-.led uh by innate;
Fforla"!, leprosy, and other frightful fnrm of
pkin cltiM iue-, m rotulona nicer". o;a nr, and dla
churz nfivoui df, earb and all of which have been
speedilv. peimnneiilly aim economically Cured by
the Cut'iciira Heme.
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relM-ve the most violent Mnffxine or lleud C'olda,
cen slhe Ik",d a? by magic, clop watery, dis
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In NiiHH in the Head, cures Nervous Headache,
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re.'toren the ectisc ot eruell, laeto, and hearing
when infected, free tho head, throat, an brunch
' tab. . of off' neive matter, aweuteu and purinea
die breath, stop-the conch and arrest the pro
vjrt -" if I a ur'h toward Consumption.
(me bottle liadieal Cure, ouo hoi Catharral Sol
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IS THE CBT
Piaster for sKirt. annihi
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617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rejrnlnr Grnduat of two medical
colleges, lias been louver euuaKed In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nervous, HUin and
Ulooil Diseases than any other physician In
Ht. l)ul, as city papers show and all eld resi
dents know. Consultation at office or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly thlk or his opinion
costs nothing:. When It Is Inc onvenient to visit
the city for treatment, nu dlelncs enn be sent
by mull or express everywhere. Curable cases
(tuaranteedi where doubt exlutJlt it frankly
stated, tailor Write,
fiervoM Prostration, Debility, Mental tnd
Physical Weakness, Hsrcntlat and other
flections of Throat, Kklnani Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Kkln A flec
tions, Old Sores and fleers, Impediments to
Marriage, Bheumatlsm, Piles. Special at
tention ta cases from over-worked brln.
Bl'BOIf At CASES ref elr special attention.
Diseases arising from ImpruileneeSj KieesseSj
Indulgences or Exposnrci,
It Is self-evident that a phvilclan'ravlng
particular attention to a clas of cases attains
great skill, and physicians Iu regular practice
all over the country knowing this, freci -enlly
recommend cases to the oldest office in A inert
ca, where every known appliance Is ej-ortec'
to, and the provetl kooiI ruilie cf alt
ages and countries an; used, A whole hense is
used for office purposes, and all are treated with
skill in a reipeetfnl manner; and, know.ng
what to do, noexperliuents are made. Cn ..c
rnunt of the great number apply-In-, the
charges are kept .low, often lower than Is de
manded by others. If you secure the ski I : nd
get aspeecly and perfect life eure, that a ;h
Important matter. Puiuphlet, M pases. S.nt
to any address free.
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derlul pen pictures, true to life, articles on tiio
following sulijeets: Who may marry 1 whon it;
svhyV Proper age to marrv. Who marry tlr-t.
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical decay. V no
should marrv. How life and bapprne may ue
Increased. Those mui-rlid or contciiiplul-.v
marrying should read It. ltougbt to be real
liv all adult persons, then kept under lock a . l
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(U'liU'il i ir muM l'iviiu; "II li.trticulnr
inuuiM triviiiK'M imrtirnlnrs b ixl.hvvin
1 : 1 1 1 , 1 , t '..Hun, tin. .VY.-7. h . U E,; iti
nngn mTlionunlR of rwn of !Corrnn Pcbinfy, mtv
L w3 Wm Em tnl ft'iti plivph-Al wsnktiom, lint tilhlHM.il,nr
r fcl IT El vou tuiiBtmUun, ilm rem Hi ortnilinrio tioiu,
wkumi'I or Miy -ftuae,rur(1 y fi ERVITA.
Btruini fit I tti thnt H will run wry fiue pnmin uiv 4uMint lu
mnj b ii net ft r in n puriMffi'l
on r'rlft of 12 rentd fo I
DiBtftK,Ctr. DR. A.H.ULUI
"Anakesis " S"t!S u
n MalUbH nir for Piles.
Price 91, at druggist, or
sent prepaid by mall. Hainplr
In tho blood is apt to show ltelf In tho Hptlncr,
and nature should hy ell moan be srsts ed Iu
throwing it off. Swift's Speclllc doe t'.ls ctieetlve
ly. It l a purely vegelaDlH, non-pol-nuon rem
edy, which helps nature to torce all the poison or
taint out through tho pores of tho sklu.
Mr. Robert A, Easley, of Dlckon, Tenn.. writes
nnder date of March 10, 1SK1: "I had chill and
fever, followed bv rheumatism, for three years, so
that I was not able to attend to my buniness; had
tred almost every kind of medicine, and Hind
no relief A friend recommended Swift's Specific.
1 tried one buttle and my health began to Improve
I continned until I had taken six bottl s, o"d it
baa set me on my feet, hs sound and wen a
ever. I recommend it to all similarly alHie'od "
Letters from twenty-threo (21) J the leading r
tall driijceists of Atlauta av, un r tiate .Mar. bv.1
18M: "We sell more of Swift's 8 .c clllci ti an ai y
other one remedy, and three to fen time a pirn h
as any other b:ood medicine. W di It to all
clas es, and many of the best fun l;ie u(c It u a
general health tonic."
I am sure that Swift' Speclllc saved my lilo. I
was terribly poisoned with ma aria, and wa(iven
op to die. Svvlfi'a Specific relieved me prompllv
and entirely. 1 think It the greatest remedy of
O. (J. SPENCER.
Sup't lias Works, Homo, (in.
I have known and used Swift's Speclllc. for moro
than twenty years, and haye seen m: re woi.ch rlul
results from its use than from any rem dv iu or
ont of the Pbarmacopcela. It Is a certain and tun
antidote to all sorts of Blond Person.
J. DICKSON SMITH M I).
OnrTreatlae on Blood and Skin Diseases msliej
free to applicants.
TUB SWIFT SI'KCIKIC CO ,
Dra-.vei 3, Allan a. Ha.
?t. V. Ofilce, 159 W. 23d St., bet. nth .V 7th Av.
30 UNION SQUARE NtWYORK.
.uCA?. oaNo. .tLAAv
FOR SALE BY
II. Stcagala & Co., Cairo. Ill
1iht Cab Pr;''P Pa:'! for 'r;. at.
For Sale bv
Manufacturer and Dealer In
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. ui Leveo.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
All KINDS OP AMUNTTION.
Safes llesalred. All Kind ol Keys Made.
H " hi :
I CJ"1tVt.i OUT OT ORDER.
f) AS un -nUA'' . . .
fLL.'N'OLS CKNTUAL 11. I?
Shoil(st ami Quirh'st Rttulc
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv J,ino Hnnnmtt
Q DAILY TRAIxV
Ma!-:ini Dikkot Connkotion
I'.'.iiss l.xt s cMto:
ii in. .t
Arriving in St. Louis ) uoa.n:.; Ciilcsi.n,i:to p. it . ;
'imneeiinir m lifiin at-.ci Ktiniifhain for iM-l:
l;litl, I.LUI. Vllle, IlKllllllU;; ,!ir anu p inls t'jut.
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V. i'tli ii Kxtn'i'KH.
Aimii;i 1 1. tt I.o'iU ti. l i p. in., and conuecttn.'
fur all poii.t t.'tft.
.'1:4;; p. m. I-'iiHt Mxprea.
Per St. I.cmiIh and I'hii as; .. arrivi:,i t St. Lout
l":lj p. iu.. anu (Jl lciirf.) ;:;iii, m.
:i--15 .ia Ciiic-iiuisiti J-.'xiiri'MH.
Arrlvirir at Clnrmiiati 7:(K) a. m. ; I.ouisvilU
a. in.; liidii.apo:i 4 of. a m. PusebRer. bv
this ir on reaih Ihe ab .ve point 1 11 to ,'Jci
IK'L itS in advatcu of uny oilier n.mo.
JThe 8 :.! a. m. expre. bas Pl'l.l.M AN
SiihKl'!.' CAU from Cairo lo Cincinnati, with
out eli;mfc'es, ai d tii'nti;ti sleepers to St. J.ouis
l'at-t Time I'.ii.-;).
! ' s" .V'v (-('! j 1,1 tl r-.uu'ii tu ICast.
I Hl I ,.f;1 1,,-uts v.; j;y deiav
-'' -ed by Sui:"-.;) 'nti rvi nine. 1 e Sxturnay alter
oeii tri.. i ft. no c nvi. nrnv.: In rt.w Sti'n Motility
-. iriKst I" :'i:.. Ii.lr y-u k -.if in advance ol
I l.'-r " lte,
i 1 i or Ciroi.f!, nrtfj i,j,d fur"' ir nforinalten
opival liniiol I'er.tral Kaliroi.i iJ-.-pm, Cairo.
I- H. t.S 1 . cet Airwnt
i. 'A. I! A .' .it-1 N. (ieu I . Ane't. kito
15. ii. TIMi: CAU!) AT CAIKO.
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J. ( . it. it t.miieiri uivisu ni
N. (. Kx
1:11 a. m.
1' :in a in.
. 4 3 1 p.m.
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, 10:71 p.m. Krpn-
V , ST. I., ft P. It It.
' Vi i ,t i-;.t i hi,, n
Mai! .V Kx.
Ai ei"p 4 f,l i,
Preiuhl. ::4.' a.m. Kr.-l t.r.
Sli'llll.h ft liltic) H. K.
ii" :..) a. m. Mn;l
Daily except snp.'iay. tWIf,
TIMK f AIM)
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURK OK MAILS
Arr at 1 Dep're
I fin PC
I. C. I!. R (tl.ronnhlock nuill.
S a. m. I
si p. ra.
6 a. n .
9 .10 am
4 p. m
(way nail ,
" (o'itl.ern Dtv
Iron Mountain h. K
Wabash K 1( ,
Texas 4 St. Louis K. K...
St. Lou! & (V Iro R. I; ...
..4 to p.m.
io p. m.
7 p. m.
t p. in.
-' p. m.
Mies l.iver arrive Wed..
" departs Wed.,
P (i. tree del . op is from.
Kri. & Sun.
7:;in am toT::f) pm
r.u. nox c:e: . o, tn irum
..b a. m. to v p. m.
Minilayseer.ee,. open Irom.. . ,H a. m. to loa. m
Snni!a iu..t del. open from ...ti a. m. to ld:Sn am
llTSdl K.-Chanir- will be p-iMlstied from
time to time In city paper. Change yntir card ac
cordinuiy. WM. M. MLRPI1Y. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Dtccnibfr, 1P.83, Tiuler tLe
Law of mii.
ncrcs'or to Widows and Orphan Mn'ual A:d So
ciety, o-gsnUi'd Julv 4th, 1HT7, under
tho laws of ltrra.
JOHN II. ROl'.INSttN
WM. STRATI' N
J. A. ClOLK-nTNK
C. W. DU.s.MNU
... Vice Prtsldent
BOARD OF DIRECTOR- fou 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton.Stratton Mlr'd. pro-ers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. (toulhtme, oKioidHtine ft Rosenw liter, whole
sale and retml cirv yood;C. W. Dunning, M. I.;
Pre). ltd. Med t'.n., for lensions; Albert Lewis,
enmiulssluu merchant; .). II. Robinson, county
J'K'KO sue notury public; Win. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and lu.urance aaent; R. H. Halrd, city
street supervlnor; M. I'hilli s. rnrpinter und build
er; 'lhomiis Lewi, attorney and secretary; K. V.
P:t-rcenttorney-&t-luw, DiiQnoiu III.; K. C . Pace
cannier of ivntenn'al nun. Ashley. 111.; Albert
Hayden, ensbb r of Oeorire Connelly ft Co., Sprlnif
flelil. 11 ; IS. M Ylnnn. attorney-at-law, Hiti Ita.i
dolph street. Chlrairo; Ilou. Robt. A. Hatcher, at-torney-nt
law, Charleston, JIo.; II. I.elghtou,
caliier First National Hank, Stuart, Iowa.
BEFORE r AND -r AFTER
Electric Appliances ar sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO urn iuffcrlnir from Nanvous Dsnn.rrr,
Lost Vitilitt. Lies; or Kaav Koaes ino
Viuoa, Wasti.i jW KKsiK.iiiall tlicnv diseases
of a I'canii. Niti-ki n'sulnnir fr.ini Abi sss and
iiTHKK Cai'hks. Hiiely n-lief un I cmiplctD resto
rtloiirilKAi.TH1 looKand Manhood (le.aAiCThiRD.
The tfnintlt-iit dineiiTery of tho KintiteimUl C'entury.
Scntlatuuca fur Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address
VQITAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.