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Mrs. Smith's Case, and what tbo Rev.
Mr. McKinstry lias to say about it.
Tothi Pi buo: 1 hare hMi fi arlnl auftVrer lor
fllteen jrcare, moat of tho lime with what bin been
railed K, nini nr Halt llhiium. I'aorUsle Ild L-
pr, and the like, tnd hive alwaye been told that
t&ere waa no cure lor me, ana nave oeeu ao ui
eonnRiid that I hid e rooc die live '1 bive
been ao badijr afflicted eoineltmoe that tbere wit
rni ihnimi Lit anni from the crown of mv held
to the eolea of my feet tbat wfti not diaeaaedand
an red ai crlmaun. It would commence In amell
white apota, which hnda atlvury appearance, but
were tint deep, but If I attempted to heal them, or
ood arinr tneir nrai appearance, tour wnuiu ru
'id run together until tbere wn a complete dry,
red telle, willed woald became ao Inflamed aa to
CraCK aUU JUDK Uury anu nuny, nnu lug uuiuiMft
aoneatlon would be almost Intolerable.
I tit at time io lame that I could irarcely get
about, and could noturcai myioll without aaaiat;
acce. I have tried many rctnedlce, and hive taid
$liHJ In a alngle tneUnre to a pbrelclan, but bare
evir obtained onlv temporary relit! f. Although
helped for a time, 1 eoou rciapand again to
be a badly troubled an ever, and during the winter
of Mil awl 1883 I suffered ao much a to be entire,
ly dlconri''od. 1 Bat fummur, however, I waa ad
leed by Klder and Mra. L. 0. MciClnetry, wno are
well known In theac, ruulone, to tr your Ctrricuiu
Rhcdkb; and I full anmehow a little courage,
from their favoraido opinion of them, to try their
Tirtuc Ab iut the aecond week of tuly lint I com
menced taxing the reined ci, and within elx week
I began to ee a pormanent improvement until
now (Urt. 1) I am anoat at good at new, anu my
fleah li ai the fli-ib of a chl fl.
Mrh. BKNJ. SMITH.
I certify that the above elatument of uivwifeia
correct, and I )o n with her in expre my
grutiludo for the great benefit aba baa received.
I certify that tbo above atatoment Is correct. Mr.
Smith la a prominent, mau In thin community,
. where be Jivca. He la a well-known dealer in
sto k, and b! atati'tnenl, with that of bis wife, la
fully entitled to credit,
Done at Mmiitiail, Province of Quobec, this
twenty icveuth diy of Ocloher, m.
L. C. McKINSTRT.
Mliilater of tno U iape
Later. -I have accn Mra. Wmlth roc nily and be
licTe her to be thoroughly and permanetli cred.
L. t MelilNS ' KY.
Sec. Advert Cb. Conf., P. Q., No.Vl.and No. N.H.
Jloaton, Sept. 9, lc8l.
Cutlcura Re'nlvotnt, the new blond-purifier, and
Cutlcura, and Culicnr Soap, the great akin curca
and boHiit fl th, are void everywhere, Price, Cutl
enra. &0c. ; Soap, ;'5c. ; UueoWent, $1.00.
Potter Drug '.nd Cnorairal Co . ftnaton.
The Great Bulaimic Die Illation
of Witch llar.ol, Amcricun l'ine,
Canada Fir, Maiiyold, Clover Hlna-
in, eto .called Sastohu'i Kaui
calC'uiie, for tlio Immediate relief
and permanent cure of every lorni
of Catarrh, from a altnplu Cold in
the ll end to loaaof emt'll.Taato and
Hearing, Cough and lutarrhal
Consumption. Complotu treat
mem, con- luting of on- bottlo Had
leal Cure, one Imx Catarrhal Solv
ent, and one I ni roved Inhaler, in
oi e package, mav now he had of
nil Drugg'ata forll. Ak for SAN'
i'OKU'S RADICAL CUltK.
Complete Treatment with Inhaler $1.
"The only abaolute a peclfle we know of." Med.
Time. "The beet we have found in a lifetime of
tillering." Kev. iir. Mggln, lioaton. "Al'ier a
long atrurgle wiln Catarrh, the Hauical Cdre haa
conquered." KtY. S. W. Monroe, i.ewiaburgh,
Ta. "I have not found a rase that It did iot re
lleye at once." Andn w Lee. MHnchetcr, Muaa.
POTTKR DHUO AND C'llEMirAb Co., ltOft'Ml
7M I IkltSi V'" the relief and prevention.
jnULMVjVthelnetant it la applied. or rheu-
VOLTAIC matlam, Neuralgia, H cl a t lea ,
kNtVU YJS, Counha, Colda. Weak Back,
NAV"'V' Stomach and Bowie, Shooting
.rama, jumneia, jiyaieria, te
VVinale Pallia, Palpltatiou, Uyapep-
rtllCTr1CVn"i Collm'a Plieteretau hi ctrlc
i Battery comhlned vothaPoroue
ASttR" PlMler) and lauijh &Uutn. 25c.
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Cuder the
Law of 1883.
Succeaaor to Widow and Orphans Mutual Aid So
ciety, o-gsnlzer! Jmy 4th, 1877, uudyr
the laws of Wit.
JOIIX H. noiUNSON Preaidei.t
WM. STIU ri' 'N Vlco Prtaldenl
J. A. UOLiJSTINK Treaaunr
V. W. UUNIM Medical Adviaer
THOMAS LBW1S Sccri'tiir)
BOARD OF DIRECTOR fob 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htratton.Btntton Bird, rro-.era, Cairo, 111.
J. A. boldatinu, oftioldailne A Hoaenwater, whole
sale and retail Urv good;C, W. Dtiiitncg. M. D.J
Prei. Bd.Med hx., for I'enaloiiaj Albert Lewis,
commlaalon merchant; J. II Kolilnaou, Comity
Judge au1 notary public; Wm. K. Pitcher, com.
broker and inturaiico agent; K. II. Balrd, city
tteet snpervlMir; M. Ph. Ill s.carptnter and hulid
er ; Tbomia Lewl, attorney and secretary ; K. V.
Pierce,altorney-At'law, ItuQnoln III.;K. C. Pacs
rarhler of Centennial Hau, Aahler, lll. Albert
llayden, caahler of Ucnrge Connelly it Co., Kprltig
field, 1 1 ; U. M ilnnti, atlornev-at-law, ltitt Ku.i
dolph aireet, Chicago; llou. Kobt. A. Hatcner, aU
toruey-atlaw, :iiHrleaton, Mo.; li. Leightor.
taihier First Nitloual Hanli, hluart. Iowa.
Bulwer Lytton's Bridge.
Vjjcre It Touclies the Shores and the
(ireat Columns in Midstream.
"What a bi au'Hul bridge between old age and
childhood la religion. II ow Intuitively tbo child
bcitni with prayer and worablp on entering lite,
and how Intuitively on quitting life, the old man
turns b' k to prayer aud worabp, putting himself
again aide by side with the Infant," remarks Sir K
Ilu'.wert Lytton, In his ' 'Strange Story."
''Yea, but between It distant abtitmnntl tba
bridge of life haa many high and awful archi a,
though which the wild waters dah and roar In
Wra'h and desolation. Prayer and w iraliln alnnn
do uotauatitn these. ature'a solid r.cks must
Mar and tolldlfy the structure overhead. (Jod'a
willls beat exemplified In the laws Hu has made
for the creattirna whom He haa placed uud r their
control. Nelthertbech.ld's tru-tful "Our Ka'her."
nor the old man's "fforget me not In ibe mldat of
ii in ir.nrinm,.." will alter this by the weight of a
Hclenc and art flrt-then faith and pnver-l
th Ordef (if lleavilll llli.tr tllvlnltw hala lh.r,n.,l.
It agents, and tho.e agenta are the discoveries of
mau, um in vagiia anncuticvment ot prophets or
ear. Is lirea burden to your 1)h time drag!
lafoar power to ciua with llfu'a nr.l,tem .mlrin.
tie wesk-nedt Voti are not well. Your blood I
Ingglahand taint d, perhaps ; or some Important
: organ ur iu ur ovnrworhun, This raol may have
Min mv lurm ui u"n i'ii, rneumans n, gout,
malaria, palua In tba at. iinicli. chronic hea 'achn
or any of a doscu other lila. PaIIKK.k'8 TUMIU
will luvlgorots ion, as freah air I vlio'stoa those
who hivs bean shut up in dstn . fu id cells, It I
powr riui.pure, aeiicioua, s''iiHinc, sat" ihn key
' . . ...... I - 1. ...I.I ... '
iuu ui luv cuiurai arvu ui uw imiiiku hi tile.
4 "DDirll Bend sit cents lor posnga
A J ILljrj. nd recidye lro a costly box
of foods wh cbwllheln von
to more money rlaht awav tnau anything elsa In
(hit world. All, of either sex, suocsed from Irs t
hour. Th brd road to fortune open before to
wofur, aosoiuteiy sure. At ones aoares
TKU1 CU, Augnta, Mailt.
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All communications should be addressed to
K, A. BUK.Ilt IT,
PnMiaher and Proprietor.
Californifi produces figs which meas
uro over eight inches iu circumference.
Professor Rrinton advises patients
with stiffened slioulders to bore tvveuty
holes two and a half inches deep in a
soft plank daily.
The young women taking pattern
after the masculino gender, have begun
writing to the Superintendent of Castle
Garden asking for husbands.
A noted "horse man" 6ays a qnart ot
oatmeal in a pail of water will freshen
a horso after hard driving and prepare
his stomach for more solid food.
A seat in tho New York stoek ex
change recently sold for $21,000, which
is the lowest price in live years, the
highest price ever paid being $35,500.
Five largo springs of water in the
county of Ximines, Mexico, have sud
denly burst forth on the open plains
where there has been a continued
drought for many years.
Three Iowa girls, neither of whom
was eighteen years old, ambushed ft
school teacher and walloped him half
to death for showing favoritism toward
a fat girl in tho geography class.
Several British noblemen were re
cently arrested in Yellowstone Fark
and heavily linciHor chipping off spec
imens from curious ledges, which thoy
proposed to carry away with them.
Tho jury system at Rowdoin College,
which aims to place tho power of col
lego government more in the hands of
tho students, has been proved wiso and
successful by the past year's experi
ment. Fashion now requires tho Parisian
dandy to wear an ornamental cane. On
or near tho head should be an eye glass,
a watch or a cigarette holder. These
trillcs range in price from 10 to 1,000
Tho tallesttreo in California is known
as the "Father of tho Forest." It is
450 fret high. The largest tree in cir
cumference is kuown as the "Empire
State," and is J4 feet arounV the
A New York man with an income of
$180,000 a year lives continually in a
Pllman car at an expense of $35 a
day. Ho is a regular traveler on the
limited express Detween Chicago and
In Germany a boy under 12 cannot
for any oll'enso go before a magistrate;
tho schoolmaster must inllict tho neces
sary chastisement; between 12 and 18
he may be stmt to a relorinatory anu
detained till 20.
A Lcosburg, Oa., negro has an extra
fiDger on each hand about an inch long,
bearing a nail, but boneless. His fath
er, brethren and children are also simi
larly gifted, some of them having alo
The New Zealand Government has
authorized an agent to collect 200 stoats
and weasels, for the purpose of thin
ning out the rabbits in that colony.
F.iich animal is expected to cost about
$30 before it is landed.
Georgia papers aro complaining bo
cause the contract for building the new
State Capitol has been given to a non
resident and becauso tho materials) of
which it is to bo built aro to be brought
from other States. (
Tho port of entry for Puget Sound
ranks forth in point of tonnngo in tho
Union, being only surpassed by New
York, Boston and San Francisco, ami
it is predicted that San Francisco will
soon bo passed in tho race.
AnEngli-h aeronaut says ballooning
has saved his life, and ho believes that
tho pure, unadulterated oxygon which
exists about a mile above tliu surface of
the earth would be of immeasurable
benelit to Invalids if they would make
Colorado, Mitchell Co., Texas, olttTi
great inducements to single lad es. The
Clipper tells of a younjr, man who was
disgusted to find, on going to call on a
young ladv, eleven other young men
ahead of him in tho parlor and two sit
ting on the fence.
The attempts to raise vegetables i;i
Greenland are not marked with any
Spoilt success. At 64 degrees longitude,
lowever, carrots prosper, turnips come
to perfection, and cabbages product)
tolerably largo leaves. Potatoes never
get larger than marbles.
The ten children of Joseph Pittiiohn,
of Prescott, W. T., aro marvels of
height and weight. A soventeen-year
old son is seven feet high and weighs
205 pounds. Tho average height of tho
whole is six and a half feet and tho av
erage weight 221 pounds.
Tho family of Widow Elizabeth' Ellis,
of Abbevillu'County.South Carolina, has
just held a reunion at her homo. Sho
had seventeen children, and her direct
descendants,' children, grandchildren,
great-grandchildren, and great-greatgrandchildren
now number 195.
Statistics show that thern nro 7,608,
000 women in England and Wales who
figuro as wago-earners, covering a wide
range of employments. Over a million
ure employed in domestic service, and
610,425 "sing tho song of tho shirt" in
'oino of the varieties of ucedlowork.
Birds in Sweden and Norway are
better protected than in any other
country, and tho consequence in. that
they are tame and familiar. A resident
of Sweden says that every morning
Bocks of sparrows eomo Into tho room
whilsr ho is eating breakfast and run
ubout tho room picking up crumbs or
washing themselves in basins.
A remarkable discovery of topazes
has boon made in Nsw South Wale. A
UAIRQ BULLETIN; SATURDAY MQRNINU PJS0E -
portion of a large bluoish-green crystal
weighing several pounds, found at
MuiTgee, is now in thocolonial museum.
Sonfo crystals from two to three Inches
in length have been found in Uralia.
One found at Guntlagai weighs 11 oz,
5pwt., and one from Gulgoug weighs
18 oz. avoirdupois.
, Fanny Ellsler is dying in Vienna,
Austria, at 74 years old. Forty-four
years ago she camo to America. All
who saw her were captivated by her
beauty and terpsichorean skill. Of
those who saw her first performances
were Ralph Waldo Eniorson mid Mar
garet Fuller. "Ralph," said tho latter,
"it is poetry." "Margaret," replied
Eniorson, "it is religion."
Over a score of street cars have been
built in New York for use on a railway
In Tokio, Japan. They were built and
lettered on plans furnished by three
Japaneso capitalists, and aro to run on
a new railroad in Tokio managed on
tho American plan. Tho interesting
thing about it is that tho Japs wouldn't
havo anything on the bob-tailed plan
built for them. They didn't like them.
American notions of tea-making
wero certainly not imported from China
along with tho tea itself. Tho Chiueso
never stewed tho leaf. They do not
drown tho tea with milk or cream or
alter its flavor with sujar, but lightly
pour boiling water on a small portion
of the leaves. The water is then in
stantly poured off again, and only the
more volatile and stimulating portion
of the tea principle is obtained.
In tho City of New York alone they
irink between 10,000,000 and 15,000,000
gallons of excellent California and oth
er native wines under' the . belief that
they are imported from Franco, being
duly accredited with a French label.
The proportion of European wines
imported as against American wiriej
produced is about 5,000,000 gallons
European as against 85,000,000 tho
roducts of our own vineyards.
Cruelty to Cockroaches.
Ho entered the oflice of tho Superin
tendent of Police with a black eye, a
skinned nose, and other evidenco of to
tal depravity; and, without waiting to
be asked whether ho had been knocked
down by an ice.-wagon or run over by a
butcher-cart, ho led off with:
"It was off uj this way on some street
or other, and I was never so misused in
my life. I'm a square man, ami all I
want is a square deal anu a lair
"Well, I sat there drinking a glass of
beer, when in comes a chap with eyes
like peeled onions aud a noso which
gave him away forty rods off. He had
two cockroaches in a box, and he was a
"V hat was his gamer
"IC was to draw a circle about two
feet across on the table with a piece of
chalk, and then dump the cockroaches
in the centre. He'd select one and I
tho other, and whichever roach ran ov
er the circle first took the money. Say!
it looked liko a square deal."
"Well, I put down a dollar, and se
lected a cockroach with a sort of wart
over his left eye. Tho insects clawed
around for a while, ami acted like a cat
in a strange garret. Then his roach
traveled off aoout a foot, and wheeled
and camo bacl. Then mine squinted
his right eye and mado a break. Ho
saw the cold lunch on tho table ten feet
away, and ho was after it."
"He'd got within six indies of tho
chalk-line, and was just climbing for
Limburger cheese, when tho stranger
ho up and hauls off with a beer-glass
and knocks mv roach into the middleof
"Whv, ho claimed that I rubbed mv
end of the table with taffy! I neverdid
it! Stranger, I'm Miunre square as a
hole in the grindstone. I grabbed tho
stakes and ho grabbed inc. He got tho
money and I got a licking. Can you
do anything for nic?"
"iso more than to advise you to get a
"Squire, I can't do it. I'm on my
way to Chicago, and cau't tarry to fool
with tho law. If that's tho best you
can do, thon good-by. I'm a square
man, and never kick if 1 havo half a
show. I don't care particularly for tho
dollar, nor for this black eye and abused
nose; but say! if that wasn't tho brutal
est, cold-bloodest way to servo a poor
cockroach, then may I bo called a kick
cru Detroit Free 1'rcss.
A Plucky Young Man.
Hero is a truo story of successful
energy. A younjj drug clerk wrote
from tho Far West to a prominent
pharmacist in New York, saying he
would like to como to the city and
enter a store. Ho came, but when tho
Itharmacist questioned him personally
io found that his visitor had never pnt
up prescriptions written in Latin; con
sequently, ho could not get a situation.
Ho did not know a soul in tho great
city, not even tho gontleman to whom
ho had written (until ho met him at his
store). Ho sought in vain for a place,
ami finally found a subordinate posi
tion, wliero ho wan giveu five dollars a
week and had to board himself. He
was a studious, pushing, active young
fellow, and soon managed to attend tho
lectures nt tho Collego of Pharmacy.
Tho gentleman with whom ho had cor
responded took an Interest in him, and
invited him to como to his store and as
sist in the manufacturing of fluid ex
tracts. Once he showed his employer
what ho could do in that line. Tho
man was surprised. "Why can't you
do something of that kind for nieP" ho
asked. The clerk said he could, and
is salary (which In tho meanwhile had
been slightly increased) was raised to
very : respectable proportions He
worked for a time in this way, event
ually rocoiving a salary of $50 a week;
finally ho opened a laboratory of his
own, and today ho employes forty or
lifly "hands." And yet, when he ar
rived in New York ho did not havo a
dollar, and was without iulluoiieo and
without friends. Oeonje J. Munson, tit
Ht. 'Nicholas for Aovanbcr.
"Gath" is told that Clianfrau had se
lected his own epitaph. It was aquo-
ti'nm hU "Kit. tho Arkansas
Traveler." "I done mf level Lost,
ain't got nothing to take back."
The Journalist's Good Angel.
"Oh, mercy! Let's go down quick.
I wouldn't stay up hero an hour for a
farm," exclaimed a young lady who
caught sight of a bevy of cockroaches
scampering over ati cditt's desk.
"Whyi what's the matter? Isn't this
the sanctum you havo so often wanted
to see?" said tho editor, rather surpris
ed at her anxiety to get away, after in
vitiligo herself up a dozen times.
Those awful bugs, and you just let
them run over your paper and on your
clothes and everywhere. I'd die, in
deed I would."
"These," and he shook a couple of
fino ones out of his sleeve, ".these nro
our nightly companions, our sleepless
conservators of health. They aro tho
guardian nugels of a. newspaper ollicc.
Were they to suddenly disappear I
would bo sure some dreadful scourge or
calamity was going to 'Tall upon the
place, and I would lice until I found a
spot where the cockroach felt at
"What does it do but run over you?"
"My dear child, it cuts every bit of
paste or other harmful waste that is
left lying about. It is a scavenger
whose business it is to destroy ferments.
These, when absorbed in the system,
are very deleterious to health. So, you
see, we have a motive in keeping on
good terms with tho cockroach, lie is
the buzzard of the new -paper ollicc."
"Well, I think I'll go anyhow, as I
want to get tho next vir."rUUburg
V 'V i..uuiutt.,unibiiaiii
piTStiic pdcht rrnmiM
II lilt. UULHI UCtllVlrtl't
KelievM and curt
Sorenaia, Cutl, Bruitai,
H it'. N('AMJ,
And all ottipr bodily aclj
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold liy all rtrnirirtsUi and
Di-niiTa. UirecUuiia la II
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
aua.ri M A. TuUtUK a 10 )
Italtliuore. Md t'. H. A.
J ;I (ffiXl'TilEiilll
,...l..r LUi iIl.iUPI
In canes of dvausiiala, detillltv. rhf nmatliitn. fi'V-
er anil aijti", 'iv.-r complaint. Inactivity of the Urt
neva anil bladder. rniiall"tl' n and other organic
malitdli'a, Jlnclttter'a Stomach Hit'crt a a tiled
rcmcdv to which the mod'ci: brotherhood linve
lent their iiroleialonal aiinction, and wlrch aa a
tonic alteruilve and household apec fie lur tliaor-di-ranf
tho at. much, liver aud l.owcla haa ati un
bounded popular t .
ruraa'eny orii"(:ata aim neaiora. o Whom ap
ply for UuHtelter'a Aln.anac lor lOia.
3 CONSTIPATION, PILES,
u inn na
AMU ULUUU UldbASES.
PHYSICIANS EMDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney.Wort la Uie moat miooeMful remedy
lavortiacd." Vr. P.O.llallou.lIoukton.Vt.
" Kidney.Wort la alwaya rellabla."
Dr. B. N. Clark, Bo. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney.Wort hu cured my m lib after two yearn
auA'eruiv." Sr. 0. M. Summcrlin, Sun Hill, (la.
IN THOU3ANDS OP CASE
It haa eurod where all elae had frilled. It la mild,
butoflloiont, t KK1A1.N m III ACTION, but
barmlen In all oanoa.
8 1 wii eieanaea trie mood and Htrcnajthaaa and
rlvra New l.ll'o to all the Important omana of
tlio body. Tho natural aatlon of the KlUnoya la
reatored. The Llvor la oloanaod of alldlaouao,
and Ui Bo w la move frooly and healthfully.
In thla way the wont diaoaaaa aro tradloatod
Cram the ayatom. g
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Dry can bo aent by mail.
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men mi. mi
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eril iircnalrl hj trial, Hiiinla
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in plain aculcd envelope Frets Druiiutt ciiu fill it.
Address DR, WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo,
TO Dr. KEAN,
tnl)llliil ii.i , In mill lumlliitf ill l'rl
viw, hm futin, Cutuiilc Kittl fptt'lil dl
lhrpti My 1, KflHHlit dlM4, ( (ft 4'U"
itiliNtluK itrfHiHf, vr I jr Irlltr frr
ttf, Kfin ! tl only ptiy.frUi In tit
nj him wurniUHi rurm or nn p7t M
MBEII 2Q, 1884.
For the Cure of CourIis, Colds,i
Hoarseness, Iironchitis.Croup, Influl
enza, Asthma, hooinns Couch. In
cipient Consumption and for the re-l
lief ofcor.O'jmptive ttersons in advan-l
cod Maf-'csof the Di: a:;c. iorPalel
by all Druggists Price, 25 Cents.
617 St. Cbarlei St. ST. LODIS.MO.
A. reariilnp Orniluatrai ci two mail leal
eeliexca, hut been lontiei ei'KKd in the treat.
Bientuft hioiii.., Nirvoua, Hktn nt
Jllpml IIIimih than anr otlier phyalclan la
Bu l.oii la. aaclty papert ihnw . no all ilrt real'
dent) know, t imaul tatloii t orr.ee or ur ii.all
free and Inriteil. A frlrndl" Ulk or hia opinion
Costa 11111I1I11K. When It In lnni.ulentUi Trill
the city tor treatment, tii' illclnes .'an be aenl
pyniallor e xpre evervwheio. curalne oatra
It lHCHiilenl : w hire duutil x!aU.i. la trankl
4ted. tailor Write.
rTtrroaa Proitratloa, Behliltr. aleatai aat
fhyaU'al Weaaaen, Karcmlal aod uthel
tflprtlOi'i of Throat, Hklaaal Bonoi, Klool
Impnrltla.i and Blood Polmalag, ikla iao
tloBi, Old Vtr aad I'lrera, Impatilnieata U
llarrlafe Bhgmatlam, Pllei. Kpaelal a
tentloa t cava from oter-worlira irrala.
KI'RUIf Ali TAKES rertlta ipeclal at tantloj
Dlaeaaeaarlalnir from Imprudenrei KiceMeij
H la aelf.evliient that a plivalclan f tt'laf
particular attention to a cla .f riv, attaint
treat (.kill, and phykiclam In regular ri.cllc
all over the cminti y kiiowlnv tliN. fr.-q 'enlly
reconiiuHiiil cnoea 10 the oldet office lr .ncrl
ea where every known appliance l e. i.rtei
to, and the prnvml kooiI rniHlie :( alt
anei and coiiutrlei a re uicil, A whole l"-nie la
n.eil fnrolMcepurKii'a, and all are treat1.: elth
ill III In a respectful maiiiirr: and, know .nf
what to do, no experlmi'iiK are Diade. ( n -c-rniint
of the rnat nunilier aipivln. the
charire are kept low, ofti u lower than la i:e
oianuvd hv ot'irrt. If )uii wcure the rkl I : nd
ccl aipi'cilr ami pericct lite cure, that a .he
Important iniitti r. Pamphlet, p4rw i;Dt
to any addroa free.
nSr&iHlRRMGE GUIDE (p&
Kletrant cloth and trill hlndlim. Healed foi M
rcnn In potaie or currency. Over nily w in
diriulpen plifjrea, trna tollfe, artlclra ou tile
follow inir Miliji'ct: Who may mat ry r who n if
why? I'ri t'ir a'e to marn . Who marry flr
lnnhoid. Wouiauhiwui. I'hrairal decav. W :.o
elioukl marrv. How life and liap.lnea mar t
liicreai'd. 1 hne niarricd or 'niitcuiplat'.
nmrrvliiK ahnul I read It. Itoutlil to lie real
bv all adult permna. ihnn kei.t under lurk ail
key, 1'iipiHar edition. aamea aimve, but pai er
cover and ruu pagca, caula py Uiall, .ouar
ar racimani tailoring
L . and Clothing House A)j
A full line of card aamplea of
srci piece goooa s'otk
will ba found uiiit
GEO. O. CHKISTMAN,
Electric Appliance art lent en 30 Dayi' trial.
TO t',z:i OKLY, YG'j:n 0 OLD,
WHO are autTTlmi from Napyora lUuruTT,
l.o Virai.iTT, l.ara or NK'iva Finn a aud
V luim, W aariN 1 W a n m aa. anil a II tic " il ireaK
ufa 1'aH'i'iNAL Nati hk niuilin fruin Aui :, and
iiTiiaa i t.i.H. Hiu'cly relief ami uomnlHte ru.v
ratlunut Mati.Tn.Vtoniiaiiil 1Uhom iiI'muktiii',
1 lm iiramlii.t illi'ovrr uf tlia NiliUm i.lh Ui'lltiiry,
N.dutuiii'ufurllluatraleill'itniphl tfi.'.. AiMrsat
VniTftlll BEIT CO., MAIUffML, f.!!tH.
W hifl dublllly, exliuiiatcd
IMiwria, pioiii.iluro dii:f
a, id fniluro to pcrloim liu 'a
Uiillca uinicrl aro conxud li
rcj. aa. errui'a of yninh, elc,
urn nnii a in-.rrrct ana lumiif
roxtiiriiilon to rulMmt 1(4
ami lirori,ia iiiiinhii.iil ta
v-'Jicnl'r ai'iiua' li diiiritiiix mn
,i'rv"iia m e til 1 1 1 y and
Ineceaaful Imcauaa linnnl cm pcr.Vi t dlnnumla,
ui' mill Ulrccl nicilioila and aWili lo ilmr.
tmithni'aa. Knll InPiruiatlnn and Traaliaji frua,
Adifrcia t'linauHlnrt I'hyaloian of
MARST0N nEMCDYC0.,4CW.I4lh8l., (Jew York.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED: PARTS
iiii' 'run human uony k s i,ahki. ii:vi:i.
. I'M',, nan tnturi'Mt'im
,u iti i M ini'iit I'Mi't i un In li i n.fj in ii.i, in
IjilllinH IV i ,11 nnv I n u t II. it. h no I'Vlilion-i' n linill-
III r.l'-Hlt 1 llll. tl'TTT
iy, t he ml uTt i
IKTSMIIH Hill V Unb
B-'iili'il i:ii i'.i'r in i n if ;n
'tii iii'iilfirM I .y nil in,, mi
. Ini'i . r .
I lilt. II, II, KANa, nr Un IMJ.iliif
anr gna aaa mra klaiMll ilf klf aa talnlwaly. fur hullraw
alall.ml .nilniw in. iii.ln.iii, nlii.nl iiia,llniltiiar,ae,,aililrMa
vaia lit in. aow nrr.r a Haiiariiv wnmaiia
l BEFORE -AND i
H. M. aUI a, A. I., I.U., tM alMa a., Raw lark aw.
TJ.!N01P CKNTIIAI. K. i
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunntntt
O DAILY Til A IK ri
Ma kino Dibeot Connkotiok
r.tatna Lit Caiho: '
ArrlvlPKln Kt.Louial Wla.m.; C!blcaM.H:()p.ii..,
t.'onriw.iliiit at Odin and Bftinirnain fir t'(Lcl.
natl, I.ouiHTille, lurilanaptilit aod polta Kaat,
JU:& p. m. Fust St. Xrfuiai une
Arrlvlnn lu &t I.nala 6:H5 p. tn., and rtonoectlni
lor all poluta Weet.
3:35 p. m. Fuat Kjm ),.
For Ht, Loula and Chliaifn, arrivtu); at Ht.Loola
U M p. iu.. and Chlcuj(7:Jt) a. to.
3:3." p. in Cincinnati KxprfRM.
Atrlvluir at Cincinnati 7:00 a. m.t Louinvllle 6 :50
a. m.; Iniliai.apu.la 4.KS a. m. J-aaneLirera b,
thia tram reach the above puata IU to 30
UOL Ilh in advance of any other ri-nlo
tiA'TT.1,"',??;P. .m- "I"8" haa l'ULIMA
HUlvkl'l Vl (Alt fri.m I'.i... f .1
- - - - .. - ...... , . 4 . , i . , ii i m l i , i. 1 1 u
out Chun a, aud through alcoper to a;. Ui'ilr
Fast Time Kant.
f'il xHI'llfJii'M h tbiallue)olhriuh to Haar.
i txKUx 13 eiu poima without ant dela?
tanaed by hundav iutervenlug. The Mat.irday alter
kiiiu tra.n fmtu ( atro arriver In new Vo'k Mou1a
riiimiiiK at-lu:;i5. Thirtr-alx bonre tu advaureol
ov other route,
Mrf"r'n throtiKh tlcketa aud furthei ittormatlok
ippiv at Iilluoir Central Hallroad te pot, Cairo.
. J- U. JONKB.Ticait AueiiU
i.U. nA80N. Gun. Paaa. Auent. Chlrairo
K. n. TIME CARD AT CAIHO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K.,k.
Tralna dupa t. Tratnf arrve.
tMuil -...S:' 0 a. rr . I tMall. :M . a
tKxpreaa 3:.p. m ItKxprtaa In 85 a. m.
JSi Loula ki U.io p. u. j 1. 1,. Mall. ,..4:0 p. in
I tSt luhif Ki 4o p. m.
I. c. R. R (Southern Division)
Mall 4:45a. m I tN. U. Ex.. .1(1:45 a. .,
tN.U. Ex.- :.'iOa ni. fN.O. Faal K4:a)P tu.
tAccom.M ii 5 p.m. I
ST. L. I. M. R. K.
.10:30p.m. I Kiprcfa.......:10p. .
. :('p.m. ItM.L Mall. ..:! a aa
...:0: a ro t-t. L. x...:10p. k.
w., er. l. p. r. k.
...4 iOa.ro. I 'Mail X Ex....S0p.m.
..4:m p.m. I 'Acconi ....m.10:H0 a.ra .
tst L. Mull
Wall A Ex
.: a.m. freight. tf.4& p.m
MOBILK OHIO H. R.
..5:4 a.m. I Mall 4'IOp.rr.
.)l:ii a. m Eipr a 10:fp an.
THAR T. 1.0LIH R. It.
St.L. Te'.Ki9 ".0p.m I St. L. Tex. Ex lliSaa
Chl it Tex Ex.. 10 45a.m. Chl Tex Ex.. ii:15am
Dully except Sunday, f Dullr.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE. OT MAiL?
Arr at I Dep'rt
P. O. rm PC
I. C. R. R (through lock mail). 8 a. in
..ll;Kia.m Hp. m.
" (war mall)... 2 S0p.ru, p. m.
" (rJouthern Vli 4:30p m. 9p.m.
trot) Mountain It. R i:Oop.m. p. o
Wabaah R. R ...6 a.m. 9 p. an.
Texaa A St. Looia R. R U noor 7 a. ni.
be. Lonla A Cairo IL H 4 p. m Ilia.
Ohio River 3 p. tn I p.
M.aa l.lver arrlvea Wed., (Sat. A Mod.
" departa Wed , Krt. A Sun.
P O. gep del, op nfrom 7:80 am to7:30 pra
P.O. box del. oi'.n from 6 a. m flu. m,
HuDdayagvc. del. open from... .8a. m. to 10a. ii.
6umlaa tmx del. open from. ...8 a. m. tc 10:!) an
tVNOTK.-Cbanica will be puhllal.ed froai
time to time In city papcra. Cnanee yom rarda ai
cordludy. WM. M. MUHl'll V P. M
THE LIGHT RUNNING
5 felZsfeiL M
t. a r wwkm i
Mbat fl ! nif . ,
THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE
, THAT GIVES . 2
r HAS NO EQUAL
SEWING MACHINE GO
30 UNION SO N Y. CHICAGO ILL
ST. LOUIS MO. ATLANTA 6A.
-FOR SALE BY PK
NEW HOME S. M. TO.
l'tl OlIycBt., PT, LOUIS, HO.
Oayeata, Ro-laatioa ard TraoV-Martti aocn-ed. and
II other jiauntranr.ee in tbo l atent (Jfflce and
hiittiru the Court promptly aud curufully attunded
t'pon roclpt of model nriletrh of Invention, X
miiku cnruful rxainlnatliin, aud advlaa aa to
pHti'litnlillitv Krcu nf (Jliuiiie.
KKKH MOD Kit lTK, ml I make NO CflARGI
UNLKS8 PATENT IH 8KCUHED. Inlormatlon
advice and apocial mfercnoca aent on appllcat oa
I . ... ... . . amawu, V, Wi
KaarU. S, 1'atenl 0o