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Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Mor Tbroal. Knelling-., Nprnlna, Urulsve,
lliirn. Mralrfa. Fri.nl Itlles.
"add all iiihih mimi.r rusn ami imn
tol4 by l)rug.l.l',.in1 bel.r. .Y.rjuli.,.. Kllij Out. a IwtUS.
DirwUnu, Id 11 t!iuiri.
H m.A.VuulLiKAUU.1 D.llla.ra, SllL,lM.A.
lick IlranVne and relieve ill the trouble Inel.
duit to a bilious state of the system, such at Dia
ainess. Nausea, Drowsiness, Diatribe after eating,
Pain in tho Side, Ac. While their mout remark
able succeea baa been shown In curing
Headae h:rrt Cartcr'aTJttle Liver Pills ere tonally
valuable; in Constipation, curing and preventing
this annoying complaint, vrluletluy also correct
11 disorders of the stomach, etlmulato the I'r:
aud rejpilato the bowele. Even If tl'.tj tnly cured
Aerie they vronld bo almost priceless to thoae who
utTer from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodnessdocs not end here,and those
who once try thorn will find these little pills vala.
able in no many way that they will not be willing,
to do without tlicn. Hut after all sick head
Ta thefcano of to many llvra that here la where we
make our preut l)OttU Our pill euro It whilom
Other do not, , .
Carter's Litllo Liver Tin nre very small and
Try easy to take, Ono or two pills make a dose.
They are etriclly vegetable end do not gripe or
purgo, but by their pcntlo action plcaseallwho
neeihem. In vialsetittccntss Ilvo forfcl. Bold
by druggists every where, or acnt by luaii.
CARTER MEDICINE. CO. Kcw York
THE BEST TIIISG IZZOWN
In narfl or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
yAYV LAIJOK.TIMK and KOAF AMAZ
;.N(jl,V. ami Kivea univrrnnl BBtlHrm'tiou. Ma
timUy, rich or poor, should be without it.
Bold by all Grocers. "KWAJtK of iTnltatlona
well doatKiieii to mislead. I'hAllI.INK is twe
ONLY HAKK lnlxir-sftVinK oomixiund, aud W
Wftja behrit the above symbol, uud name o(
JA.Ma PVLK. MW VOllII.
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(tTni OLD FOLKS AT HOME."
The New York Board of Health atlmatf! 1liat
SO.O Olive have been diniroyod by the exploitive
onalliie. of nvtioluiini. If every household would
adopt the White cai oil for fuml y umo, none of
these anfortunate accldeut would occur.
WHITE SEAL BUUSISU OIL
has none o( the d ('!Cti usuilly found In citinmon
oils. It cannot be exploded, doi-s not chur the
wick, will not smoke, emits no ottenaive odor, aud
prevents the bieuklng ut chimneys.
WHITR SEAL BURNING OIL
la a rich oil for Illuminating purponea. It la as
light iu color as pure spring water. It give, a
airong. ateady light, aud burns niuciiloiger than
If th a oil t not sold In ynnr vicinity, sond your
iner direct lo u for a bar el, or a ci.au cuntaiulug
iwo cvc-gaiion cans.
BROOKS OIL CO.,
65 Enclitl Ave., Clevelantl, ()., Ill and
115 South Water ht., New York.
IN THE WOULD.
A powerful preparation
So coneHiilrutuU IliiilaleW
lri i spoiled to thr ur
laee will penelrtlu lo tlis
Verv tMine.iitui almo.t In.
BTAATt.ll Utl.liVK f AIM,
ea3 ko i;cal lot cue: h
Sore Throat, Pains
In Limb. Stom
ach or Bowola,
Ot In snv pn oi dv.tem .
u hi Hut miii n.OTiiLun
not illxeolol the kli. 1
In. keen In I umlaut
r riivmemnsaiin oiImmi
Ioi rll 1-IH.ttBVg
aOOO MKHWIll, a-ouis. Mo.
tO AJL ALl TjVOOOUITS AJTD
, (fctAOM 1M ' I)Utt
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AH commnnicutloua ehoiild be addressed to
K. A. BUKNKTT,
' Pnhliahorand Proprietor.
Tlie OrlKlnul of Itret Mu te's Hero.
Hioro is a man in this city, writos a
New York oorrespondont of tho Troy
Times, that claims to bo Bret Harto'a
original "Yuba Bill." His nanio is
Si-Jly, his occupation, a truck-driver,
and whether tho artist has drawn on
him for patter or not, he is a sinyulnr
personage. 1 know him intimately al
most a scoro of years ago, aud his
family, which consisted of a wife, a
son, who has been for many years in
Buenos Ayrcs, South America, and two
daughters. Almost any evening ho can
be found in a certain beer saloon on Hud
son street, pulling away at a clay pipo
in an advanced state of color, and re
lating to a choice circlo of friends and
admirers somo episode of his check
ered career. Physically, ho is a lino
specimen of manhood. On an enor
mous pair of shoulders rests a well
shaped head, with a short neck. Tho
face is brouzeiL'by eNposurc, and his
huop rnstacho is coal black and wiry.
'There is a wild, at times savage, glaro
in his large black eyes, which are like
thoso of a man accustomed to looking
great distances in tho mountains and
prairies. His gait is peculiar and awk
ward, and he explains it by saying that
until ho entered Jim risk's service, as
master of teams ho never wore any
thing on his feet but moccasins.
Hero is a short account of his life as
given by himself:' "I was born, I guess,
somewhere about lS'-'O, which makes
mo about 61 years old, though I don't
look it. My birthplaco was Springfield,
Mo. When I turned six, the Cherokeo
Indians made a raid on our .neighbor
hood, and carried mo oil' with them. I
was taken to tho reservation of tho Six
Nations, and remained tliero about
eight years. Of course I learned tho
six Indian dialects. Shall I give you a
specirnenP 'Toma woma to -"
'l'rny don't," I gasped to him.
"Weil," continued Seely, "I got tired
of Indian life after eight years wero ov
er, and ran away from tho reservation.
I was pretty young, but I knew how
to take caro o'f myself. Later on, I
joined Fremont's expeditions; tho lirst
in 1842, up tho rialto river, and the
other that went all tho way from Kan
sas to Fort Sutter, on tho Sacramento.
I'm not going to tell you anything
about those expeditions, because jou'vo
only got lo open any history of tho
United States lo find out all about
them. But what you can't find out in
history is just this: Here, just draw
your linger this way, across my head,
so. Now, you feel that three-inch scar
running across my skull? This is how
I got that: When tho Texas revolution
broko out I was tho first to volunteer,
and when war on Mexico was declared,
1 also volunteered. I fought under Zach
Taylor until after Bueiia Vista, then I
was under old Scott. Just as wo wero
storming the portion of tho City of
Mexico above Puerto del Key, a bit of
shell struck mo on Iho foot anil floored
me. I felt pretty uncomfortable, and
groaned so loud that ono of my pards
asked if I didn't want to put a stop to
my misery. 1 thought ho was going to
give mo his flask, and so 1 brightened
up. Well, he began fumbling in his
cartridge box a curious place for a
flask, it seemed to me. Then ho hauled
out a solitary cartridge, his last ono, '
but it was wet and ho threw it away.
After a second or two 1 heard him mut
ter: "D this business," and before
I could give another groan I got my
skull split open with' tho butt of his
musket. 1 hats what he called put
ting mo out of my misery, but ho only
made it worse, ami I told him so after
1 came out of tho hospital.
Did I ever drive a mail? You bet
I did, and the first ono that ever ran
between Fort Leavenworth and San
Francisco. Tho Indians wero tough
customers in thoso days, I can tell you,
and it's many a lime they went for tho
coach, but they never got much out of
it while 'Yuba Bill' was on tho box
except bullets. These they received
gratis iu unlimited (juantity. They got
sciiare ou mo once, however. My homo
wus on a much six miles from 'fopeka,
and after each return trip I paid my old
woman aud tho children a few hours'
visit. Ono night, on Hearing tho home
stead, I hoard heavy firing, and when I
reached it I found tho poor children
dead and tho old woman standing over
their bodies, tho sight of ono eyo gone,
and a smoking musket in her hands.
She had just had a three hours' light
with half a dozen 'Indian cuttle-lifters.
'ne samo night 1 started iu pursuit
with somo friends, among whom was
Kit Carson, and before tho sun went up
tho next morning three of the llcnds
were swinging from a treo. My old
woman is still living minus an eyo.
After six years' mail-coaching 1 took
to hunting, mining, and till sorts
of things. When tlio war broko out I
served as scout under Gen. Thomas.
When that was over I got Into Jim
Flsk's employ at 101) a month, board,
lodging and pin money. This old vel
vet coat 1 am wearing now belonged to
Jim; seo tho name In tho collarvlining.
After Flsk's death 1 became a truckman
with Fuller's express, Hnd later ca with
tinnier & Co. Mr. tiarner, you re
member, was drowned, with his wife
and child, and a number of friends, by
tho capsizing of his yacht Mohawk in
New York Bay, oppjilo Ue club-house
ot Statcu Island.
There, now, jou'vo got it all out
"Yuba Bill's" daughters aro, very
comfortably married, tho husband of
tlio elder holding a very good position
on Tim Arte York Daily Uruphic, and a
fight good fellow ho Is.
DAILY HAIKU HVLLWtiUi frBftNESDAV MiKKNlNd DECEMBER 31, 1884:
A Wife' Influence.
Somo men would never be able to
pull through at all, if it were not for
tho encouragement given them by their
faithful wives. A notable instance of
how much a man can accomplish, when
ho is sustained and cheered up by his
wife, occurred not long since in a Ger
man village. Ho was a peasant, tho
strongest man physically in tlio neigh
borhood, and ho was very proud of it.
A wealthy neighbor had just received a .
load of wood, which was drawn by two
strong horses. Our modern Sampson
boasted that he, by himself, could pull
tho load without turning a hair. Tho
owner of tho fuel replied that if tlio
peasant could draw tlio load of fuel to
ins house ho could call it his own.
The peasant accepted tho nomina
tion, harnessed himself to tho wagon,
and undertook to trot off with it, but
it was no go. Tho wagon displayed
great apathy, and refused to go. It
was so heavily loaded that it refused
to go off. Ho tugged, and pulled, and
grunted, but all in vain. He was
about to withdraw from tho canvass,
when his wife put in an appearance.
Sho was informed of the nature of tho
proposition, and saw right off how she
could savo(inouey. Slio immediately
seized tho whip, and proceeded to en
courage her dear husband with it. "Get
up there, you lazy brute," sho re
marked, fetching him a clip that mado
him jump, and removed .a portion of
his shirt and somo cuticle. This
cheered up tlio husband, who made tho
greatest effort of his life, and starled
off with tho loaded wagon, his devoted
wife walking by his side, and helping
him nlong by an occasional punch iu
Iho short ribs, or a ,w,eH.d'ri:tjxl., kick
when he ' discouraged.
It is needless to add, that thanks to
the gentlo ministrations of tho wife, tlio
family was provided with cheap fire
wood, at the comparatively trifling
cost of a new whip and a fifteen cent
bottle of arnica. Tho man who lost
the wood enlertiiins, however, a very
exalted opinion of tlio inllueneo of wo
men. TuX'ts Riflings.
Progress in IHcctrical Science.
Pel haps wo have arrived at that
stage in our study of electricity where
our instruments are too coarse to en
able us to extend our investigations.
Yet lrow delicate and efficient they are!
Compare the instruments employed by
Franlilin, and even hy Faraday, with
those which are in constant use to-day
in our physical laboratories. Frank
lin, by the utmost effort of his imagina
tion, could not conceive, probably, of a
mirror-galvanometer that can detect
tho electrical action of a drop of dis
tilled water on two so-called chemically
pure platinum plates, or of a niachiuo
that can develop' from the feeble mag
netism of tho earth a current suffi
ciently strong to light tho city of Phila
delphia. Let him who wanders among
tho historical physical instruments of
many of our college collections stand
before tho immense frictional electrical
machine of Franklin's day, or gazo
upon tho rude electroiiietcrs and
galvanometers of that time, and con
trast Franklin's machine with tho small
Toepler-IIoltz electrical machine which
Willi a tenth ot tlio sizo gives a spark
ten times as strong as Franklin's; or
tho electrometers and galvanometers of
Faraday with tho mirror-galvanometers
and electrometers of Sir William
Thompson. Yet, at tho samo time, let
such an observer think of tho possibili
ties of tho next fifty years, for tho ad
vanco of science is not in a simple pro
portion to tlio time, and the next lifty
years will probably see a far greater
advance than tho one hundred years
sinco the date of Frauklin's electrical
work has seen. Is not the state of our
imagination like that of tho shepherd-
boy who lies upon his back, looking up
nt the stars of heaven, and trying to
imagine what is beyond tho stars? The
only conclusion is that there is some
thing far more Ihnn wo have ever be
held. rrJ. John Jrowbrulgc, to;
lur Science Monthly.
It AVus Not Mugtflc.
Johnny Malone, a New Y'ork boot
black, twent down to Castlo Garden
with a companion to meet his sis
ter, whom ho had left "in Ireland
four years ago. They arrived just
as tho immigrants were landing, and
Johnny accosted ono of them with
tho question: "And do you know
Maggie Malone that crossed the ship
with you?" "I did know her," was
the reply, "hut she died tlio third day
out, uud they buried her at sea.
Johnny staggered against a bench, by
means of which ho supported himself.
After a moment of silent grief tho
young man turned to his companion,
iu whose eyes tears wero standing, and
said: "I (hint mind it so much my
self, Ed, hut my mother it will break
her heart." With this ho burst into
tears. His friend tried to comfort
Johnny. Tho latter glanced around
tho garden in a disconsolate manner,
and then suddenly sprang up with a
whoop that would have done Justice to
it wlhl Indian. Tho youth leaped In
among the immigrants, and in an in
stant was holding in his arms a bright
eyed, pretty littlo Irish girl, who called
him "Brother Johnny," and wept for
oy. "She's hero, Ed; it's nil right.
Come hcrc!'i yelled tho independent
youth to his obedient patron. It was
Mary, not Maggie, Malone, who had
died on the Mourner on tho third day
out. But somebody's heart will break
for Mary. Jhston Traveler.
Swept Awnjr Ills ProlUs.
When thoConfcilorates burned Cham-
uersDiirg, -Alt., morowas intense ex
citement In Washington, and a largo
crowd hung about tho telegraph olllco
for news. One nuiu in particular was
persistent in his lniulrles us toVhether
a certain saw-mill In tho outskirts of
tho town had been burned, but was un
able to securo any satisfaction. Ascok
er ufter moro important news finally
elbowed him nsldo with tho remark:
"What lu blazes do wo euro about
your old saw-mill? Let's have what
portion of the town was saved."
"Mv old saw-mill -my old saw-milll"
angrily exclaimed the other; "why,
bang your eves! mavbo It's nothing for
a mini to Iokii a mill which was furnish
ing 400 bushels of sawdust weekly to
mix In with an army feod-eonlructf'
Wall Sired News.
ITAtJBI OF IOI ITE.
marked by the gaugs at thii
2:13 p. m. yesterday, SI feat 0
Hie during pruvioua twenty-
tour bnura, 2 i'sdt 1 inch.
OMttniioiigt, Doc. 30. Hirer A feet 3
and falling. .
Cuicimittri, Dec. 30. River 19 feet 3
incher and falling.
0 feet 5
30. River 7 foet 10
inches and rising.
Pittsburg,. Doc. 30. River 4 feet 7
inches aud falling.
tit Louis, Dec. 30. Rivur 13 ft 2 iuchei
and riling. 1
The City of Vicksburg from below left
hero for St. Louis yesterday.
The City of Helena from St. Louis !b duo
here this evening for Vicksburg.
Tho Commonwealth from Vicksburg is
due here this morning for St. Louis.
The Churley Brown, with a tow of coal,
passed down for the lower Mississippi yes
terday. The Johu Gilmore with several loaded
barges leiiveg here this morning for New
Tlio government steamer Mississippi left
hero with a tow of rock for the government
T7C...b ois!t'. ' ' ' "
Newt. Pell hi pilot passed down lust
niu'ht with the tug-boat Worth, which hug
a lot of produce boats in tow.
The City of New Orleans arrived bete
from New OrluiiDs Monday night; depart
ed tor St. Louis yesterday evening.
Tlio City of Providence and Annie P.
Silver from tin; south arrived last night and
leave this morning for Sr. Louis.
Remember the Ohio will pss up this
morning for Cincinnati. See W. F. Lsmb
din, patSL'Pgcr agent and get cheap rates.
The Thos. Sherlock leaves Cincinnati this
evening for New Orleans, and the Buckeye
State leaves sxme port fur Memphis Both
will depart with a good Etart.
Tho Charley McDonald, with a big tow,
was due here last night for New Orleans.
Angclo McBrido will go on her from here
as pilot to New Orleans and return.
The Belle ot Shreveport, favorably known
as Juinbo, will receive passengers and
freight here to-day for Memphis and all
points to New Orleans on the Mississippi.
W. P. Lambdin is her passenger agent.
Jay 0'iuld'i wonderful new yacht will, it
issuid, be mokt completely and elegantly
furnished. Among other useful and indis
pensable things ordered for it was a box of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Mrs. Smith's Case, and what the Rev.
Mr. McKinstry has to say about it. .
To tub Pi bug: 1 have been a fearlnl stifturer (or
fllteen yearn, most or the time with what has been
called Kt K'.'ma or halt Kheum. PsorlaHia and Le
pra, and the like, and have always been told that
mute was no cure lor me, aud nave Been so ais
coiiraged that I bad as sooc die aa live 1 have
oeeu su badiV ainic.ted sometimes that tnere was
tot l lie a m a lest spot from the crown of my bead
to the aolea of my fee' that waa not diseased and
aa red as crlmnon. it wouid commence in sruun
while aiiots, mblch hnd a silvery appearance, but
were not deep, hut If I attempted to beal them, or
aoon after tbelr firs appearance, they would burn
a d run together until there wa a complete dry,
red scale, whlc'i would become ao Inflamed aMo
crack and look fit ry and anery, and the burning
sensation would tu almost lutoleraolo
I was at times to lame that 1 could scarcely get
about, and could not dress myseli without assist
ance. I have tried many remedies, and Dave paid
)loo lu a single InaUnro to a physician, but havo
ever oblalned only temporary relief. Although
helped for a time, I soon relapsed again lo
he as badly tronMed as ever, and during the winter
of 1SSI and 1 882 I suffered so much as to he entire.
ly dlxcouraged. I. act summer, however, I was ad
vised by Kldur and Mrs. L. O. McrUnstry, wno are
well known in these regions, to try your Cutiouua
ltKMBDUEs; and I full somehow a little courage,
from their favorable opinion of them, to try their
virtue. About the second week of , luly last I com-
msnced taking the reined es, and within six weeks
I began to sue a permanent Improvement until
now (Oct. 1) I am al"Ui as good aa new, anu my
flesh la aa the flt sh of a child.
Mim. PENJ. SMITH.
I certify that tho above statement of mv wife la
correct, and 1 Jo n with her in expre slug tuy
gratitude for the tfreut benefit abe baa received.
I certify that tho above statement la correct. Mr.
Smith Is a proiDiiiuut man In this community,
where he lives, lie la a well-known duuler in
stork, and bis statomnnt, with that of his wife, Is
lit.!)' Clllilk-U to credit.
Done at Htanstead, Province of Quebec, this
twenty suventn 0'iy oi ucioocr, ihsj.
h. C. MoKINSTItr.
Minister of the Oospnl,
Latrk. -I have seen Mra. Hmlth rec nily aud be.
Here bur to be thoroughly and permanetlv cired.
L. (!. MuttlNSTRY.
See. Advent Ch. f!onf P. (J., No.Vt.aud No. N.H.
It U tl ILUI
J'OBIUU, OUfb. V,
Oiitlcura Itnsnlvfltit, the now blood-puriflur, and
Cutlcura, and Ctillcnri Soap, tho great akin curea
and bi'Hntill are sold everywhere, Price, C'utl-
cura. DOc. Simp, vac. ; uesoivout, gl.ou.
Potter Drug imd Chemical Co., lioston.
The Great Ilalaamlo Dla Illation
of Wltoh JUxol, American Pine,
Canada Fir, Mailgold. Clover Ulna-
i in. elo . culled SANroiurs haiii
ual Cuhk, for the linniodlato relief
and permanent euro or every lorm
of Catarrh, from a almiilu Cold In
the Head to loss of sniell, Taste aud
Hearing, Cough aud Catarrhal
Cousumpllun. Complete treat
ment, consisting of one bottle Kad
ical Cure, one boa Catarrhal Solv
ent. and one Improved Inhaler, In
una package, mav now be had of
nil Druirmsts forfl. Ask for SAN
Complete Treatment with Inhaler $1.
"The only absolute specific wo know of." Med
Times. "The host we liavo found In a lifetime of
suffering. Kuv. I'r. Wlggln, llnston. "After a
long slriiegle wltil Calami, the Hauiual I'tms has
CHHiuered." Hnv, S. W, Molline, l.uwlshurgb,
Pa "I have not found a cane that It did not re
lievo stance. Andrew Leu, Manchester, Mass,
Pott a it Dut u and Ciirmipai, Co., Ho. ton
m.it I 111, fur the relief anil prevention
(,VJl.linftliJiiatuiit It is applied, of rliuu-
f iliritimu, iuuntlgin, n u I a I IU R ,
Stomach and Howies, Hlioot'ng
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iitiiir, nullum" , Jijnirna, ru
V-maieriuiis, raipiuiiion, livsnep
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xb it. i.ivi,. i nmit tiini in i.
''rY v """ msmr'B, unu iiipinmnics,
iLf'cTRieM""tf'll'"'a Plsslerslan il ctrlo
. i If I 11 it nailery coinlilned with a Porous
fcASTfcr Planter) aud lauuh at pain, use,
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,.
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ-
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re-I
lief oi consumptive persons in advan-i
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale!
by all Druggists Price, as CcnU.
617 St, Charlei St, ST. I0UI3, MO.
A. reilnr OriKlttat 01 two medical
eellegi-s, lias been lonnei engaged in the treat
pipiit of Chronic, Nsrvm la, tskiti and
lilooil Ul.es.es than any other pliy.-lclau la
fit. Louis, as cily papers show pmlalf tld resi
dents know. Consultation at office or by n.all,
free and Invited. A friendly tuikorliis oplulou
costs nothing. When It Is I'icnLVeuUot to vhll
the city for treatiueuu medicine. ;an be sent
tyinalIorexprrt. evervwbeie. Curahis cases
l.iarauteedt where doubt ext.tJ.w Js frankly
lUted. Call or Write,
Iftrrous Prostration, Dabltitr, atentai and
r i I 'm I I. I ii
fhysloal TTeakness, MersmlU and Otks
aftectlonaof Throat, Kklaand Bosm, Bloos
Imporltls.i and Blond Polsnnlag, Hkla Affec
tions, Old Hir.a and fleers, lmptulmaats te
Marrlaga, Rhsumatlira, Piles. Special afc
lent Ion te eaaea from over-worksd fctata.
b'l'BCICAL TASKS receive apsrlsl at Untie.
Diseases arising; from laprndenreij ticessel
Indulgence er Exposurea.
It la ielf-evldvnt that a physician Trying
particular attention to a clao.of rairi attain,
great skill, and phvalrians In regular yrkctlr
all over the country knowing tlih, frail -riitly
recommend en.es to the old. t oilier lr A merl
es, where every known appliance Is .. rted
to, and the provMluooa nmll ? t,f si,
ages and countries are uteil, A whole Itin.e is
n.ed for oillce purpose, nmt all are treatml with
skill In a respectful manner; and, know.ug
whattodo, noexperlmeut.arsnisile, 1 11 c
tount of the great number Siplvlnc. tha
charges are kepflow. often lower than Is i'
maudrd hy ol'icrs. If you secure the kt 1 : nd
get a.peeiiy and perfect life cure, that s .n
Important mailer. PaOipblet, IW pages, b;ut
to any sdUrt.. free.
Elegant cloth and gilt lilndlng. Sealed for M
rents In postageor currency, over liily win.
derful pen plelares. true lollfe. articles on tl'e
following subject.; Who may marry 1 who n it i
whyf Proper age to marrv. W ho marry flr-,
Hanhooil, Womanhood. Phrslcsl decay. S .:
should marrv. Ilu life ami happiness msv
lucreaied. Those married or cmitemplat r,
marrying should read It. Itought to he real
hy all adult per-ons. tlnn kupt umler lock a-rl
key, I'opnlareilltlon.saine-as slxive. but papec
cover ami Sue pages, i cents by iii.il. i uou-.
-THE WILD POWETt CURES.
uemiuftit Physician. Miiil Safe aud ur.
w "r riti.-ii u.aij .hiji. i l IM. A'ttlt
r ever., I'oiiKmtinn. IniUmmntinns ., .'41
Woriilri. Wnrrii river. Worm ( ohc...
( ryliigC'olli-.or'lHethiiiKiil Infants ,4.1
Olurrlieu ot I litldren or Adult '4"t
IHttVMtcr v. Onpitig. liilums t'ulic
t liolcrii .Min ium, Vomiting i't
C'miKlii, 1 old. Itnnchiti .'4.1
Nl'lllllllfla, Toothaclin. I'.l-eilrh. .. ,'4t
lleuilm lie... Mick Headache, Vertigo .41
Dyspepsia. Mil em. (yomm h 41
Suin .m.il or I'll I n t u I IVi IihL .4.1
I 41 Whites, loo Prolan.) IViiod. 4.1
I .'9 ( rouii. I oukIi, lbtticull llre.iliinir ... .4.1
ll"illt Klleiini, r.r-iH'la., K.rupiions .4.1
KlieiimiilUm, IthcooiAliO I'.oni. ... ,4.1
K.'versml Ague, t lull., Malsns ."(
Piles. Illind or Itleedinit M
I te ffilarrli, acute or chronic: IntluenKa .fill
11 liiHipliiK ' ii ii an. v loii nt i . ntiKh. .rill
(enenil lleMli(y,l'hy.'lVeskue.s .50
Kidney llenH 50
Nervoil. Iti-lillilv 1.00
I rlnary Wei, kneKi, Wcttinit Hid .Mi
Mi-Hues oi tlie iienrt.i'niiuution l.liii
rccvint of price. Send for llr. Illllllllreys,
J look on Ulaease, ctic. (lMpaeesi; sl, nin
iue, free. Add res., 1 1 I'M PI I It Kl H'
MtHlivlne t'o 10U Fulton 1st., New Voi k.
hoiu vy itrattHiHi. or sent niwipani on
Cleanses the Head.
'UMrrtrretiVi U & J
tion. Ileal the
tlie.hciiHcs of taste
and smell. A nnlck and positive Curo. 50 csJits
at druuirli-ts. Ou ceuta by mail registered. Send
lorclicular. Ramnle hy mail 10 cents,
ELY UltOTtltllS, Druggists, Owego, N' Y
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at tho FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft. bottom. Ft. slave.
G x 1150 $24.00
0. x t) 1 28.00
7 x I) 2000 32.00
7 x -0 2250 36.00
7 x 10 2500 40.00
i uuso ibiiks are inuiiu oi wl.ii.aii j i ru 1 i;j
Inches thick, secuioly hooped aud are WATblt
no. , ,. . , . . ,f . i, rts. t it i.'iia ,v
TIOllT. They are
Bhippml 'wholui'ind uro well bruoocl
to provent thulr being rucked or broken In hand
ling. Kstlmnlua furnlclied lor
Tanka of anjr &?.o.
a. itiaas & uitt)W.,
217 Dulord St., New Orleans. La.
The rogillar atitiual menllng of tlio a kirk holders of
tho City Nalloiial iliina of i.alrn, for lliu purpuso
of o'.ertlng seven directors, will hu held at thd
olllco of said hank on Tuesday, January Mlh, isan,
Polls opu at lu o'cloc't a.m. mid c.ln.e at i p. in.
or aa'd day, TIKIS. W, II I.I.1UAY , Cashier.
C'Ailto, III., Ducumhor U, INSI,
Hend stg cools lor pnnngn
and receive Ireu a rnstly box
of utioils which w II licit) von
to more money right away timu anything else In
this world. All, of either ana, succeed from drat
hour, The bread road til fortune opens be. fore the
workers, absulutelv auto. At n.icc aiidrusa
TKL'K ibCU, Aiiguatu, Maine.
LLINOIH CENTKA.li R. R
Shoriest anil QuitJ:ist Itotito
Si. Louis and Chicago.
'Tho Onlv Line liunuinu
O DAILY TliAiiViS
Making Dikkot Connkotiow
i'HAiKa Lsav Caido:
rrlvlugln St. Louis 9 00 a.m. ; C'hicagu.s.ili ,i.il-,
I'linpHciIni! at Odin aud Mingiiam frr Clnciu
hatl. l.ouuville, Indiaiiay.lia and pol"la Kast.
i UiliZi i. m. P'ant At. Ionisi nn4
.rrlviiig In St Ionia b :4 p.m., and conuectln
' lor ail points West.
3:35 p. in. Pwt Kxptess.
for St. Louis and I'lilrsgo. arriving at St. Lou
U :55 p. m . aud Chicago ", ::ui, in
3:35 p. in Cinoiunatti P.x iihh.
Atrlviug at Cincinnati 7:iK) a. m. ; Louisville 6. &0
a. m. ; Indianapoils 4:oi a m. I'as-eLger.. hv
line tram rem h the ah .ve poiLis lli to 'id
UoL'hb in advance of any other ruiitu
rjThe S:S n. m. exoress has PULLMAN
NUhKPlKQ t'AK from Cairo l 'i Cincinnati. Willi
out changes, and through sleepers to lit, l.ouir
jb':.tst Tirno KhhL.
I i' WiIl (riii'tj ,,T ,h'" 1,UB K" through to ham.
l Ud3Ciljl4 O eiu points without auy duJat
anted by hunday Intervening. The .Saturday alter
iuuu train fioui ( alro arrives In new Yo-k Mouday
KTLiug at 10::','). Thirty-six hours In advaucrid
at other route,
IJrT i'o' through tickets aud furtliai iiitotinatlct
H p.y at Illinois Central Railroad Ie pot, Cairo.
J. LI. JON KS, Tiraut Agent
A. H. HANSON. Deo. Pass. Agent. Chlraro
II. U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL If. H.
Trains devart. Trains arr va.
t.Mail ....S::Oa.m. I t.Mall. S:Ma. m
tKxpresa 3::)5 p. m tEirers lu'.Ua.oi,
J St Louis. Cx lrf:s!op. m. 1 t. L. Mail.,..4:'.o p. in
t!H Louis Kk"40p. ui.
I. c n. K (Southern DiviHU.n)
tVall 4:4na.m I tN. O. Kx. .10:45 a. n.
tN.O. Kx. :.Via.in.
tN.O. Fasl K4:U0p ui.
f.ccom 2 3i p. in.
ST. L. I
tfxpre.a 10:30p.m. I
tst L. Mail ... s:i p..n.
tst. L. ti D:'.a m
M. K. It.
Kxptess atlOp, a.
st. L. ilx.. t :lo p. m
W., ST. L. P. K. U.
,.4:i0a.m. 'Mail A tlx. K. Klp.m.
.4:ti p.m. 'Accom ...,-.IU: tia.in
Mall A Ex
':4'j a.m. Freight
MOBILE OHIO It. H.
Mall a,:?: a.m. I Mail 4 li,p.n-.
Kxpress ll:0ia.m Expr ss M..10:0'p m.
TRIAS ft ST. I.Ol'IS II. It.
St.L, 4TeT.Kxl:t.0.ro St. L. A Tex. Ex ll lSaui
ChiATexEx..l0:4&a.ni. Chi & Tex Kx . v::15am
Dally except Sunday, t Dully.
AND DEPA HTUKK Ut
Ait at ! Dep if
P. O. I'm PC
I. C. K. K (through lock mall)
o a. in. ,
" (war mall).... '"p.m.
" (Southern Dlv 4:H0p m.
Iron Mountain 11. ft ,...li:(np.in.
Wabash It. H a. ui.
Texas A (it. Louis l(. K 1; i.oi.i
St. Louis A Culro ft. It 4 p. ru
! p. ID.
V n. tn .
V P. D
"i P. in.
? a. ru.
II a rs.
5 ji. m
OhloKlver S p. m
Miss lUver arrives vtnd.,sal. A.M jn
" departa Wed , Frl. Hun
P O. gen del. op n from 7:30 am loV:'ld pia
P.O. box del. oiivp Irom 6 a. m fvp m.
Suudays ger. del. open lrom....Sa. ru. to lua. m.
Sunduvs box del. open from. ...6 a. tu. tc 10:,iCan9
(rNOTE.-ChangHa will Is puhllshed Iron
time lo time In rlty papers. Crsnge voui cards sr
cordtugly. WM. M. MUHl'll P. l
THE LIGHT RLMiaiNG
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THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE
. THAT GIVES . I
T HAS NO EQUAL"!
SEWING MACHINE CO
30 UNION SQ.N.Y. CHICAGO ILL
ST. LOUIS MO. ATLANTA GA.
IFOR SALE BY V
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NEW HOME 8. M. CO.
toil Olive Ht.. ' 8T. LOUIS, MO.
obtained and all Patent Oiislnoii altocdod to, for
Our olll iu Is optmslto the U, 8, Patent Ofllr.o,
and wu can obtain l'at.ints lu luai tluiu thuu those
reinoto fiom Washington,
Hend model drawing. Wu advlaa aa to patent,
billty freoofcli'irgei aud no uuiku no charge uu.
less patent Is auctircd,
We refer here to ten Pos maslor, tb Hunt
Money Order Dlv,, and lo tho nlllosls ol the Ij.l
Patent Olllco. For circular, advice," terms and it.
orencoa to actual clluuta in your own elate ot .
county, write to V
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