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THE DAILY ; CAIRO,. BULLETIN!: I WEDNESDAY i MORN INQ.V APRIL 4, 1883.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
WKDM8DAY I A TDTT iili
Flnt appearance in thli city of the popular com
. Id Mi greet triumph of American humor,
Deputy Sheriff of Jarvts Section;
, In the New E Eg! and Comedy Drama,
J A.RVI8 SECTION
abounding la quaint humor and peenlar Interact.
Price. TO. Sti and UceuU. No iit'i chante for
reeerved t'ule ol aeate enmmemes Satur
day, Match Slat, at Bddw's Jewerlf store.
138 cu. ST 1 Cairo, Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of ad the lateet, noweat colore
anil quality, and beat manufacture.
Bodv Bruaevle, Tapcetrlea, Ingram,, Oil
Clutha, 4 .., c.
Cluing and Gents' Furnishing
Th , Dparlmeat occupies a full doir and ,
i totnnieie in an reapec.a. uooee are
guaranteed ot lateat atyle and beet ma
larial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods!
jai. . ex ITU.
ruseiT a. aviTB.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - 1X1
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Urgeyt Variety Stock
IT THK OITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT1EK Ac. CO..
Cor. Niuelennth etreet I Pnili"i 111
Commercial A v-one I UllfU, 1IJ.
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OMO LEVEE,
Cairo. - - - Illinois
Nashville, Pailucah 4 Cairo Packet
The elegant end palatial iieam.r
B. S. RHEA.,
J. 8. TVNEH....M .Master
BILl.Y HOUSTON CI""
Leaves Cairo every Moudoy at I p. m. for Naeh
Nashville, PatlucaUA Cairo U. S. Mali
W. II. CHERRY,
PINK IVUKa". Maeter
JOIXY HAHD - .i..vler
Leavon this port every Wednoeday at 4 p. m. for
Tfae flue paeiongor and freight eteamer
WuLFJl-K - .....Clerk
Leavoe ft. Utile for Cairo once each week I
p. 10. Loaves Ca ro fom. Lun'.s, and way land
luga once each week B a. in. '
state. fit.1onros Sts.. Chicago,
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fori?"? ,.VI 10 fcnpmvlnri
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THE PAHY BULLETIN.
Vlb A Hi) UAS.
Oil Wells la PeunsylYaniaGa8 as a Fuel
to Generate Bteam A Hundred
Derricks In Sight
Did you ever see tho oil "rizs" at
work! Let us visit tliem. The tnll der
rick, about sixtv feet in heijrht. catclie
your ey lon before vou are near tho
well, ext the walkin-wtatn, moving
slow or fast, generally wltb a mi-lan-
cnoiy sqnoaK, attracts your attention.
Some of the ria are puinpinj away at
uveiy rate, wmi a sort ot youtniui,
careless disnpard of appparanoe, hciiJ
inefortha morrv sound. Others per
form their duties slowly, solemnly, si-
lenny, as tnoujru they were ashamed 01
the degradation of pumping oil tlnrt is
worth only a dollar a barrel.
Here is a boiler house, ana here is the
engine which furnishes power to several
wells. It is in charge of a young man
with a pipe. Ilesoeius to lead art easy,
though somewhat lonely, life. It costs
no labor to keep up the tires, for natur
al gas is conducted by means of pipes
under the boiler, and the operator has
only to regulate its flow. The room of
tne engineer is cozy and comfortable
a winter retreat both snug and warm.
The derricks are everywhere. In the
woods, in the open fields, on the hill
tops and in the valleys. There are 100
in sight frcmi this hillside, When you
consider that each well in running order
cost from $1,000 to $10,000, and that
about as many "dry holes" as produc
ing wells are bored in a given territory,
you begin to have a faint idea that it
takes capital to run the buitinesj. I be
lieve that the avenge cost of boring
and starting a well is about f 1,000. Oil
is found at depths varying from 800 to
to 1,500 feet. Some wells start with a
production of a few bivrrels per day and
oontintte thus for yoari. Others,
KNOWS A9 'GUSHERS,"
start with a spurt, 1.000 or 2,000 barrels,
and flow only during the first day. Af
ter flowing rea.ses, pumping is begun.
One well yields largely for a time and
then stops altogether; "another, though
it may have been a gusher at first, be
comes a valuable producer and holds
out for years. Some of the oldest
wells in tbjs territory are still produc
ing. Gas Is struck quite as often as oil and
the volume yielded is enormous. There
was a well at St. Joe, Butler County, a
few years ago, which was a wonder
even to oil men. When the gas began
issuing from tho earth it made such a
ripping and tearing among things in ita
vicinity that people were glad to get at
safe distance. Dirt andT mud, sticks
and stones were thrown high into the
air. After its first anry symptoms had
subsided the gas was lighted, and it fur
nished heat and illumination for all the
country round. The snow melted away
from several acres of ground and calves
and sheep fattened on the grass which
sprang up; crickets and grasshoppers
and little birds lingered lovingly around
that well, singing its praises all the
winter long. I remember reading about
it at the time and thinking the whole
story a lie but it wasn't.
It is fine to see the oil wells at night
All around are the blazing jets of gas,
some big and gome little. Five miles
from the wells you can see the lurid
illumination of the gas rellected upon
Tipes earning oil run from the wells
through the" country in nil directions.
They extend to PitUburg, to Cleveland
and to New York. At the pump sta
tions are engines which send the fluid
through the land. Huge iron tanks will
be noticed at intervals all through the
oil country. Theso tanks generally
have a capacity of 20,000 barrels each.
The oil is stored in them until it is re
quired for shipment. One of the tanks,
situated opposite Parker,
WAS STItlXK BY LIGHTNING
in 1879 and the contents took fire. The
flames wore communicated to two other
tanks near by, the oil boiled up and
overflowed and the burning liquid
rushed down the bank into the Alleghe
ny ltiver. Tho petroleum coutinued to
burn for nearly two days, and during
this time the entire surface of the river,
for over half a mile of its courRo, was a
sheet of flames, affording ono of the
grandest sights ever witnessed.
Tho price of crude petroleum varies
greatly. When the fields in the vicinity
of Parker began to bo developed, $8.50
was the figure, and fortunes were mado
very rapidly. Over production caused
a speedy decline; but in 1874 the price-
rose to $ and so continued tor some
time. During the past year the prico
has been below titty cents, i he uuctu
ations are often most damaging in
their eflucts upon the speculators in
The farmers who owned tho land on
which tho oil developments were mado
should nave received most benetit.
Many of them did becorao rich so quick
ly that it turned their ' heads and thoy
' lost their fortunes as soon as they had
them. ' Others were cheated out of all
income bv swindling speculators. A
few managed wisely and reaped sub
stantial rewards, i he uobinson farm,
near Parkor, Is said to have produced
about 9 2,000,000 worth of oil from 1865
to tho present time, and f 30,000 to 940,
000 per month was the income, of its
owner for a considerable period, ho re
ceiving one-eighth of the value of the
oil produced. Tho farm contains 1,100
acres. Tbo McClymouds farm, on
which Kama City is built, contaius 200
1 acres, and is said to have produced
. 1500.000 worth of oil in ten years,
rarictr uty, ra., i,cucr.
a law whiota prohibits for two years the
selling of liquor within two miles of
, inv church or scboolhouso, except on
fptition of a majority of the adult in
abluuts. In New England such a law
would glvei practical prouioiuoo.
W. p. aMmdim. river editor ol Vmt Bm.irrrw
and iteamboat pa,eeaer agent. Ordira for all
luuaoreieamnoat joo printing eonciwa. umoe
at Bower'e Knropean Bote). No. 74 Ohio levee. -
STAOKS Or TUB HITKR.
The river marked by the gauge last even-
ng at this port, 2J feet 0 inches and ris-
t . 11
Cincinnati, April 80 p. m. River 43
feet 5 inches and rising.
Pittsburgh, April 86 p. m River 7
feet 8 inches and falling. . ' i '
Louisville, April 8 8 p. m. River 15
feet 8 inches and rising.
Nashville, April 38 p. ro. River 30
feet 11 inches and rising.
Chattanooga, April 3-6 p. m. River
20 feet 2 inches and rising.
Bt. Louis, April 3-0 p. in. River 18
feet 5 inches and falling.
The Will. S. Hays is now one of the pool
a tho Uig O. Line,
The City of Arkansas from St. Louis is
due to-night for Vicksburg. ;
The Jas. W. Gaff is the next packet due
here for Memphis from Cincinnati.
The V. P. Schenck from Now Orlems
i due here tomorrow for Cincinnati.
The Golden Rule left here yesterday at
noon for New Orletnis. She received
about 400 tons here.
The Big Charley Morning, Capt. Harry
Stein master, is due to-night from Cincin
nati for New Orleans.
The City of New Orleans losves St.
this evening and is due here to-morrow
night for the great southern metropolis.
The Will 3. Hays left Cincinnati last
evening for New Orleans. She had titty
cabin passengers and 1,100 tons of freight.
'Pretty good start."
The W. P. Hal lid ay from New Orleans
arrived here yesterday morning at 11
o'clock. She was light as a cork and de
parted for St. Louis at noon.
The ViutShiokle arrived here at 2 p. ro.
yesterday. She had a moderate trip, re
ceived 200 bbls. of flour, 2 car-loads of hey
aid deputed for Memphis at 5 p. m.
Tho Gus Fowler will report here this 2
p. m. from Paducab, and leave here on her
return trip at 5 p. m. She connects with
the trains here going north, south, east and
The Cons Millar left Memphis last night
for Cincinnati. She will report here to
morrow evening. Passengers for Cincin
nati or intermediate points can procure
tickets from W. F. Lambdin, Agent, at
Renumber the Great Dramatical Festi
val which opens at Cincinnati on April,
80th instant, and continues nntil the 6th
of May., Fare for the round trip on the
Cincinnati and Memphis packet line, $12,
including rooms in port. Several of
Shakespearea' greatest plays will be presen
ted and the greatest stars of the dramatic
orld will be in the vuiom cists. Among
them we will mention Lawrence Barrett,
Murdock, Nat Goodwin, John A. Ellsler,
John McCullough, Mary Andtrvin, Claia
Morris and M'lle Rbea. This c'rtainiy is
an excellent opportunity to take a trip of
pleasure which will give visitors an oppor
tunity of witnessing something unusual in
the way of theatrical amusements,.
Kigbt Run of Cattle oa the Priva,
Gen. Rrisbin, writing in the Cincin
nati Commercial Oazellc, says: Last fall
a large herd of big steers for market
were lnilng driven ncross the ' country
from Mu8cleshell to Billings, on tho
Northern Pacific railroad, where thev
were to be shipped on the curs for Chi
cago. There were about two thousand
head, I should judge, the property of a
Mr. De Hasa, a very young man. One
evening a military camp hd been made
just ahead of the cattle and on the sumo
side of the crock with them, up which
tho herd was being driven. -. A storm
was coming up nnd the cattle exhibited
some signs of uncaiinesi,. Mr. De Hass
sent word to the military officer that he
had better get his men, wagons, and
animals on the opposite side of tho
creek and out of tho way, as he feared
there was going to be a "night run."
The herders were instructed to keep
thoir horses saddled and bo ready to
mouut at a moment's notice. Tho cat
tle were very uneasy, getting up, lying
down again, and shifting about as if un
comfortable At last about 'midnight
there came a sharp flash of lightning,
followed by a heavy peal of thuudet and
in an instant the whole herd was upou
their feet. "Mount nnd whip out,"
cried De Hass, and tho hcrdor who was
at tho head of the column drove off a
few of the leading steers in tho direc
tion they were to go. , All the others
followed, aud tho herd was soon in full
flight. Tho herders made no effort to
ebbek or control thom further than to
keep them going straight; they rodo at
tho head of tho column, one on each
sldo of them swung to tho right or left,
and keeping the trail; bluffs and preci
pices woro avoided, and the open flat
ground courted. Tho run lasted about
two hours, when a gorge was bolng
noared, in which the cattle would crowd
and break their limbs. They were now
quite tired, and tho borders determined
to exert thoir authority and stop the
run. Tho head of the column' was bent
out ou the prairie, and circled round
and round until the cattle became tied
up in a huge ball and could not move at,
all. In this way they were obliged to.
Stand until morning; the herders riding
round and round them, and keeping
' thom completely tied up. . At daylight
they were allowed to "open, out.,? first,
the outer edge scattered, then layer at-
' terlayef, until the' huge 'pile of beet
was once mors a herd grating as quiet
ly as If nothing had happened. I i ' .
THE GREAT GERMAN
, (Believe, and eurae
' SORE THROAT,
SortMta, Cute, Brvleee,
Aud all' othor bodily acbee
1 and pfeiue.
FIFTY CENTS I BOTTLE.
hol14iy all Dra(1ate and
Dealer., .plrvctloo In U
The Charles K Vogalir Cl.
Baltimore, MS., V.B.A.
1 i'' I If
A POSITIVE CUUK
Catarrh and Hay
V Hi V Ii.11.
Aaruahle to I av
utigqtraLin ro 1
COLD IN THIHKAD.
HrarlHchr 4 Ueafnttfi
or auv klD'l of niucoe
Inflame.) and roagl
KiirfR',ea. A prepara
tion of anUntibted
morli. Applr y7 th-i
IUil fljg.'r its!', the
ooctMle. H will he
..!..... W-. . .1,..
pBBaK of catarrhal
fir . cauaiDg hualttiy rcretinrje. It allaja ln
flammatWn, p'M.T.t tha meaiiraniil1ltilDge of the
head from additional coltie, complotoly brala the
miron and reeiorpa the "nr of tame and ainoll.
Beneficial rcatiln are ralls d by a lew applies.
A THOHOCGlt TREATMENT WILL CI HK1
Cream Bnlm ha valnnd an enviable tepntatlon
wbert ver known j displacing ail other iTuparatlom.
Send for circular oonMMng fall Information and
re'ilnbla tcstlmonlale. Br mail, prepaid. 50 cunte
a packaire numpe recolved. Sold by all whol
eateend retell druflg't
BALMCO..OweEo, N. T.
Who want glossy," luxuriant
and wavy tresses of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON S KAT1LAIKOX. This
elegant, cheap article always
makes tho Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps It from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness: removes dandruff ana"
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency aud keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairon.
J. V, Graham, Whule-ale Urjrl,. of Aoatla
Teiia. wrlic: I hive been bandllm Dr. Wn,
Hall'a baleain for the l.unit for tha Daat rear.
and have found it on nf itm moat aaleahlt, t ;
tine 1 have tv.ir had In ntf hours for Conithi,
Cold, and it en ''onpuojjtlon, a!wae Rlvlnit entire
ratlffactioB. Pleats acbd me ono itroat br Satur
day', ateamer. -
It. Grcci's oxygenated Bitters
lathe oldeat and rionr rcmudjr for Dveprpeia. Bll
tooeut!", Mtil.re, Ind iteMl n, ail disorders of the
condition iif Mil' 13'ood. K'dnoya and Liver.
htomncli. and a I aita a indlratinK an Impure
Dl'RSO'S C TAKKH SNUFF enrea Catarrh
aud all alTtu tioiifi of the mucoua meiubraae.
Dr. Rouor'a Vueetaolo Worm Byron lnstanttr de-
ftroya worm aud renvivce the rjecretione which
I CURE FITS!
Whan I eav car I do not iiean uerelj to etOD
them for a time and tbet have thum return eeain.
I mean a radical rnre. I have mnde the diaeaae of
FITS, KPILEI'SV or FAILING SICKNBtift a
life long fliudy. I wairant my remedy to euro the
worat carta ' Bcauic olhcra bavefalkd la no rea
ion for not now reco'iVing a cure, bend at onre for
atreatioeand a Free Pottle ol nV Infallible rem
edv. Give Eurs and PoatOfflce. Itcoxteyoa
nothing for a trial, and 1 wi,l cure you.
Atuire-a vr. it, a. kudt,
M rear) br.. hew York.d
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
The Howard Oalvaalo ghlald aad eor Mhar KlaetreW
Ol'olo nd Hainntlo Anpltnaaa aad barmiit ar
.uraour.foi ' Narvoua itobnih. Paralrala, Kptlp7
jlhKumntHn., 0rworkd Urn In, tih.uitloo orXoHof
Vital K?e;ar. Wank Bk. Kldnw.Vrr. inS HtmiSi
Crai,lalnta,aniJ aradtt,itdto ElTHKH BKX. ThM
dffrent from Ixht nd all othara, M ihaypoaltln 1
ESIZMSi? ""hoaa aolda.oauifoaM
arw Borlrrltiit io of th , akln-aa be worn at work aa
M!33Ir oisrii-s-, .
mJSJZ'kLS? ' dlaae. ai thalr art Inn U
aidlly r..torln the viuiltr-whleh I Elwtrkltr-Ji"!0.!!-
" eieaaawr lodlaeratlsaa, aad
I "1"? In ? nataml wjr ovrreom tba waaknaM
r'h, Julilfln,th". ". Th. will .nri T,3
'IS V, ?L:"Xitli aaawaaratloB, aad we are
.K2?t5lT?j2r;u,1-ith.- mo?! aianhaMea.'-Sah-ol.ta
'"?r?lt'ilaL.eJ"''"'''. Onrlllnrtraaed PaaphM
OotlttlUtlos I AMERICAN QALVANIO OO.
tm loritt I ' ) 1 1 N. Sii, it.. St, Louie. Mo
JOHNSON'S ANOOVNK LINIMINT S1 vt
Mattlrelr provent thil terrible dlaeaae, and wUl poat- ,
MTeiynnmninw wuaa out of liuonwaww ana
wtllMTsinanrllTpa.arnt frtwhy malt Doji'ldolaya,
MenenV. JVeTintinnUhettertnaaeura. taJOlyf.
goN k CO., IIORTON, MANH.,?orniiriVnaitoB,Vi
urPaaeoar I'vaaanvB lliieaMkaaawatakB
Thelargpgt ; stock and loesprices in
GAEPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
! MATTINGS, LACE '(ICitTAINS,
" : r i
You 'find, at
F. ; -ROSEN.THAL,
410 & 412 N. 4th St.; ST; LOUIS.
drops applied to tne surface
land almost Instantly RCLICVI
nna MiaiAMmw v n a hwiw np innpa
fS tiff Join ta, N enralgi. Lame
uui uuiwawi iuj uavaxAa ui icuiu iiiiaKivviiaio vu vu Wk euy sviliu All
ihMKOtquALfortlie Cnre of Rhenrmttlam. Sprains. Brnlaow,
more Throat, Fains In tha Limb onu any part oi tneoysiem
ana la quatiy eiucacioun iot aii pains
requinnK a powenui ainusivo sumuiaiit. oe Airrnirs Aimanac
Ask. your Druggist for It. Price so cts per bottle
Prepared only br JACOB S. MERRELL
Wholeaale Pronrtat, ST.
)')" i NEW ADVKRTI8KMENTS
I Dave a MmTtfmar fr tha abore dltcw; bj It
gm wnwim m chh ot in wont aina ana or ton.
lUnilmi bava cai
have bMocarad. lDd4e,aottnni;U mr faliS
bor with a ViLUiBLl TBIi
ffirarv. that I will umt T
III Mmd TWO bottlfN FKte. i.
ansa as tin. - u
it owe Kidkm ai
Da, T, A. SLOCCM. Ill Paarl St., Tort
Owe KaprvM and P. O. aitdr.(.
f IP V 1 r V(W H of Aurora. 111., la mating
JJl X a aj A vl U with wonderful aacccsa in
the core of Cancer Tho, affllcte 1' V ' Tf
ehonldn't fatltoennnlt hint at ouce.v'Vi.l jLjLI
Free ! Cards and Chromos.
We will eend fr-e bv mail a eamnle er of our
arse Ovrman. French atd American t'bromo
Carda, on tinted and gold cronuda, with a price
Hat trover 20 'different detlirue, on receipt of a
etamp for pootage. We will aUo nend ireuby mall
ae aample, tuo if our beautiful Chronioa. nn re
ceiptof too eenta to pay for pa kinu and pottaze:
alio enclose a confidential price I In of onr larya
ollcbrouioa. Afvnta wanted. Andrea r. ULA
SON CO., 4 Summer Ktroet, Boa ton, Ma,.
Who Each with bis own Pet Scheme
Cultivate the Field ot Hnraan ,
There have always buea qaacka: legal qnscks,
theological q'lacki, scuotlfle quacka and medical
qnacka. Home of them are bland, oily fellows who
argua ana smile the world Into be'levlng In their
favorite bltofbambug. Others are wompoo snd
prateattoua paranltoa. Bat they make It pay. !len
scam to love to beswlnd.cd, atlpnlating only that
It ahall be neatly done. '
The dear pablle are equally liberal to tbe electric
and magnetic rand. Tbif I jIIow la s genius lu hie
line. He will pats magnetic belt around your
walt,a msgaetle aeeklar4 under your chin, or nt
yon out wib au entire anil of magnetic, clotbee,
warranted to serve tbe purpose of ordinary gar
mente, sod at the eame time to cure all dlatsiea,
trona hooping eongb to baaty coniumpiltn.
Moat of these have no more rlectrlc or mavnetlc
power about them than resides la woolen blank
ets or In gtr la of rackclotb. Only when applied
by an export is electricity of the ellghteet ore as a
medicinal ( t. and even, then , Ita v sine (s groaly
overall'-;! , ' i. i is the strongott poeatlile pre
somptlve evidobte in favor of a particular remedy r
Clearly that It ahoald have baea prepared by n;
aponalble perrons of acknowled aklll la the treat'
ment of dleeaee.
Squarely on thl foundation ataoda PEN80N'S
CAPCISK rOROTJS PLASTER. Kndot-eil by
6,100 phystelsns, pharmaolau, druggists and chem
late, it needs do further apology nor Introduction.
It Is the one and only true and tried external ap
plication. Quack of all kiodnpar tbe Capnlne the
eompl'.tti on! of their dl-llke, as fatan la nald to
bate holy water.
Look la the middle of the plaster for tbe word
"CAPC1NB." IMce 8 conte.
' Seabttry iobnton, '( he'ml,w. Jje'w Tirk.
" to " . X" " -" ... -.-ot
A w and 'tiompH'l " froutlng ob l.v.
mtioii'l md I'a'lroad Htrofia.
r Ciiiro. Illinoii. ,: j
t'Tb fseei(f Itvpot At tM Chlcairo, St. loeli
and .tew urleaua: llllnoi, Cwntral; Wahseh, ht.
Urala atiit farltlc; IiOu Monmaln and SuulWn,
Mobile snd Oliln; t,airo and St. Lome Kaiiwavs
ire all Jnal scmaa the etrriit: while I be SU'amboai
Landing la but one atiarn dlatanlt :i 1
Thl, Hotel la heati'd by at.iam, ban ,taoi
Laandryl Uxdrsxllo KlSvator, klet trto Call Mia
Autoniatle rire-Alatina. Hatha, shaolutoly p,irsalr.
arteel tewarst and t ',Bnile appointmente . -Superb
rnrnieblngt: pt-rftwl A)rvlr: and an un .
ft a ti II I
It : ill ,U V : ' '
I A iJijwcilul pi'LjjariiUoii coui
poiad tnohtiy ol Essential Oils,
tbo most penetrating Liniment
known. So concentrated that a
will Penetrate to tha r Bona.
PAIN! It trill not Boll Clothla.
NinniafMnn ma Afr.inra &r aaa aaMai a
Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache,
in uio ouiautco ana oawoii,
TUB KtN' dr-taim tr to be truthful sndasa
fnl ; tu recoud, to write ai en'eruluiog history ef
the tlaica in whkh Jl u. it prtut. ,n an sver
a?e, rrnri thn a mtUlou coplet a wei lr.- Ita cir
culation ' now Ian;? r than aver bt h re. Sobacrtp.
tlon: i'aiit (4 papw); bv mall,' So., smooth, ae
SI SO a year; mkiht VS iiagea), f 1.90 per year
WsraLT (pnua'.. l y,-ar.
I W. KOI.AND.Vulillahor, New Yorkfilty.
. iNilTlL'K". TO ISVESTOttM.
For all Irformi'lon cincerDlug Atnerloaa aad
orulun paieu'sy.vti rhould correspond with or co
enlt a Ann w io iinili'laud thir iiailneaa and whe
pay pi r4onal attention tn the tame. To alt take
wlliucu knoWed-el t them write to or call apqa
f KO. 1. Mu KP, Attorna -st-Law, '
'.Hi S. H. Arenoe. vVaahlngtoo, D. 0.
cna rorctrrniara and roirrnrornjarlon.
A UoiHehold article. Hal-'ahlo a floor,
mull cani,l aenileft ; R.nri I r.. fnr'aam.
e e worth 1, and protpecia. epeciaj terme.
Aaarvaa i. n. u.
Co , Marlon Ohio.
lUVuKCHH -So pub Kity; TMldfOte of aoy
U State. Dcavri on, Son Support. Adrlce aad
applications for stump. W. H. t"K, Att'y.
' tMB'way.N V,'
DVKHTlSEHylsend f ronr Select List of Local
Newapape s. .. . j Oeo P. Howell A Co.,
1 10 Sprnee St ,M. T.
WCslHtwTthtibmnnrS Ibrtay mwWLWot CtataU
17I, BUk H.tdulu, Imlioulon, CeoUfUM T "lulling
i wMiin with WiM'tVil,l( U..I nUt, kn tka Sln
llooitr. iltkUf MDU4 vtta. ThtyM ywtly TffUM,ai4
till lo (Ira lUlilMlo. Snw Cettei. Inf !,
uulnit M p'llt, ta nnu. Y K by all arafrtou. Smn f
cuuhutMu via Inliailooi. I n .m,'H Bwrnartana Khr W
JOHN C. tttSt A CO., Ml A l.-J W. M4Ik St., CUMfX
Health is IVealth !
Di IiCffuT's Nebvb and Bruis Tbcas.i
hsxt, a (tuiirnntiKxl snooifie for Ifjutorla, Wiri.
niBB, Convulaiona, FitA, Nervoua Neuralgia,
llcarlachn, Nervotia Prootration caoeerl by the e
of alootuil or tobacco. Wakyfalneaa, Mental Ptw
rrosaioii, Softening of the Brain reenltingin ia-
aaniry anrl lading to misery, demy aad death,
Prematura Old A (to, Harrcnneea, Luee of powet,
in t'illior aox, Involuntary Ixeeee and BpermaU
orrhora caniwd hyovoMxertirm of thehmia.eeuT.
abahoor ovnr-iudnlfrenoe. Each bos contains ;
one rmuuli'e treutmonU f IX) a box, or six bom
for IWi, wint by mail prepaid on receipt of phoa
M'kS CiUABAXTEB BIX BOXES
To cure nny caBo. With each otdor received byae
tor eix boxna, ccotnanied with WX1, we will
eendl tho piin'tiiutor our writton fruaranu-e to re.
fund tho money if the trnutruentdoesDoleffeot
acuta tiuarnuut-s iaauedunlyby
IIAHTIY W. SOUUII.
Druuiclst, Cor: ComffiarcIaTavo." tflih at., Cairo.
617 St. Charlos Streot, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A rsnlnr Ormlufiro nf twa medical
eolli'Kei, tin Ihi'ii ,i,ii!,-r onvKU In the trvat
men t of 'hronlo. Nt-rvotta, Hkm aud -llloort
l)leiic ihmi any other phva Irian In
tit. I, oi i lit, on rltv p.i, r hw and all old real. 1
di'iilM know, Conaiiliaiton .t oiUocnray mall,
fi re ami Invited. A frlenillv talk or hit opinion
rnala nollilnit. W Ilea II In inconvenient to Villi
tlm elly .or treatment, ninllclnet can lieteut
by mail or XP! iivervwbi're, t'liralili catee
KUhranti'i'd! wh,Tt doiibl aklr.U It U frankly
laivil, Cauor Wrltu. .j
Knrvous Proniratioa, Debility, Mental sal ,
Physical ' Wealtnaas, Moronrlal snd other '
ftffoctions of Throat, Skis and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning. Bkln Aifse
tloni, Old Sores sd Ulcprs, Impedlmsntt ta
MarHsjre', Ehenmtttlini, Piles.
atteution to cues frera overworked braia.
SURGICAL CASES roealve special attention
DlafMffs arising from Iroprndenees, Eieessss,
Indulgnn.-as er Expoaures. f' " '
It 1, i'IO Idmit Dial a phyilrlan payliif
partlculnr ailintlon to aetata nfeaavt atlalnl
lireul "kill, and phvilclan In riauUr practle
all oror the eonntry linowliic thli. rreiuatly
reei)iiiiiii ii,l won to ihi' olilt at i.rhce In America,
where every knowu appliance la reanrud to,
and the provixt goo,! remedlea of all
get and cquiitrlea are uatnl. A wliolehoaeeU.
nted nirnltlee nirnoc, and all are treated with
kill In a rrMiierMul niannvri and, kuowlng
w hat to do. no oix-rlnieiita are made, Onao
eouni of the great nninl r applvlng, the
charKi'i are keut low. often lower than la
rieiiianiUM bv other, If vou aeeure tha akPI
and etapeely attit perfect lit mre, that Is
the Important matter, I'auiphkit, M pages
avut to any nddrets free. .
rts J MARRIAGE GUIDE. I ri.
1 We iraiit elnth'ttid' irlit Idiidlog. HestM f 4 r
enia in kwik r-iirrncy vw iny vna
'errnl pen picture, true to llftv article nti the
'nilowliiB ,iilwtat tvhe may niarry, who eel
foilowina nili.ltwta, A'hoiiiay rnarry, whorel
,'hi, IVril,.' airi, A niat-rv. V'hA rihm. a...
l j3aiiiioial, Wninenral. rhyaleal decay. Wha ',
,..7 r ...... ,s,..-. .
mourn niiuij, inw nm aim nappinetamay tm
' inert aeu. , i note mameo. or ranteninlatliiB
. rwryiiiK thoilld ft ad It. It nnihtVtfc read j
ny all adult iona, then kept under kie.k an-l
'rnnte maprieti ini.nini.i i
cover and SM0paifeattcutb aiall.lnnWMr . .