Newspaper Page Text
C U K K 8
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbaqo. Backache, Headache, Toothacha,
or Throat, Hwelllna-s, Mprnlna, llrulaea,
. . Rum, Nralfta. t'roal HHn.
il,L (IIIIKtl HOPIl.t PAIMt ! SHIM.
' Boll by Untiu IDd lllra tnrihr. fill) Klii) botU.
Pirwlloaa is II i,iifu"M.
A. VOuaXAHaOO-J BalllBIM, hVb.
Health and JHappiness.
DO AS OTHERS
ooeur J have done.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
''Kidnav Wori timuirlit ma from Hit irravo. as it
were, after 1 had ben Ktn up by 13 land doctora in
Detroit," IL W, beveraux, Mechanic, Ionia, UJcU,
Are your nerves weak?
"Kldnoy Wort cured mo from ncrvoiia weakne
., alter I in tint I'lim lnl to live. "-Mrs. M. M. U.
Uoodwin, ltd. Vhrittlan mmttur. Cleveland, O,
Have you Bright's Disease?
"L'lilrnr.Wnl't nimul urn whnrt til BN.r WM llltlt
Uke chalk uid tiii'fl like bl'M'd,"
Sufferinff from Diabetes?
"Virin.nr.WMrt. Im tii..Mt. iir.in,riil rumiMlr 1 hava
not used. (Jives ahnn.t liumtnllHt. relief."
llr. 1'Hllllp u, Ualluu, Uunkton, VI.
Have you Liver Complaint?
"KldncT-Wnrt cured in of chraulu Ufet Kluuuiit
aftar 1 prayed to die." .
Henry warn, late col. omn nat. uuara, n. i.
Is your Back lamo and aching?
"KldnrT-Wnrt, II bottle) ruml mo when 1 waaao
lame 1 had to rull out of la-d."
u. u. Talliuugo, aiiioaovM, vt u.
Have you Kidney Disease?
" Kidney-V, ort made m soundln liver and kiilnovi
after years of unstlnccHMfnl flo'terllitf. 11 wonh
,10 a box. "Sam'l llodgoa, Wllliaiuatown, Wot Va,
Are you Constipated?
Tfldnov-Wort caniwa our evacuations andcurt-d
ma after 10 years own of other medicines. "
aeisou rauxuuu, pi aokuir,
Have you Malaria?
T?ldnov.Wort hiu ftmin lie! lor than nnr other
remedy J have ovor used In my practice."
Dr. H. k. uuu k, aoutu iioro, y u
Are you Bilious?
"K'JdnT-'Wurt haa duno ma nior uood than aST
other ruuiod 1 tmvn tvor taken."
aiii. ii. i. utuiowa, i'ia n mi, ureffon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
"Mfliwy won jwrmonrnrfy ctirrn ! t oitMHiutg
pilei. l)r. w. C. Klino twnnimpixlni it Ut nv'
Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Klilm-y-Wort run ii mo, nfnr 1 wiu jcivt ii up to
dlby pJiyalciuirinnd 1 hn! mfforrd thirty yean,"
AiUlIUH UlilCUtlU, nttViirtlU, AllUIiU.
T .n 1 iaia ana ttah on f fsvi nrO
JJMlUiUOt Oil jrVU (3 vo lUp I
"KidiH'V-VVort on red m of !' ulltir trtittblofl of
wTerueaiiKinmnnu;. maitT rnoium ltnonnn praiw
It," Ua IL Laniurvaux. lle La UutUi, V U
you would Banish Disease
flnrl frnin TTonlt-.h Tnlrn
Thi BLOOD Cleansir.
Ecgencration for Enfeebled Systems,
BnfforlnK from i general want of tone, and lta
u"".i uuuiuiiaiiin, uyi'fpa a lieu. uerTuuaneB.i,
l luldom OetiVHble from the ure of nuuriehluK
dietaad stilmull of appetite, unaided. A medt
cine that wtll effect a removal of the apeclflc olmta
, cle to renewed health and Ttor. that la a (rontilue
corrective, tt the real oeed. It ia the poaHetmlon
of this rrand requirement which makea lliiatoltor'a
Stomach Bltt ra ao effective aa an In vibrant.
. For rale by all dru gluti and dealer genorallj.
Put a Brand on Him.
'Women are a necessary evil," lie said,
bringing down Lis fist bard on the counter
to emphasize the heartless remark. It was
. in the village Btore at West iMiltoo, Sar.ato.
' ga County, and the speaker was the central
fiRUre of a Rroup of bncholic pliilosophcrs.
lie was homely, slovenly anil sixty.
. "There's where I dillW fr. nil u nltA.
.rather." said Mr. Qeornre T. Gralim nr
the Samo place. "Women oru mostly what
mert make 'em.' When husbwndg are brutes
wives will fall into submission or make
home hot for the men; and they're unnatur
al in either rhararfpr Txivn thorn ami va.
pecially be good to them when they'ro
n n ,1 n..fll U . I.I. rtll
.., ouujuuu myouu iiuui'ic. lucres
my own wife, now. She's suffered a good
' deal with dvanpnaia nnrvnlia nrnafratinn
and other ailments that took the bloom off
tier cheeks and the spring out of her step9
' Well. Bho saw an arlvorf inumnnt rif Pantr
ik's Tokio, and thought it would be just
iUlu8 ior nor case, uennemen, i sent
uve mues alter a bottle. Sfie took it.
sent again after more. 80 several timos.
Trouble? Why, If you could see how much
good it has done hyr you would say that
. women are the greatest of God's blessing,
jnd Pabkeb's Tonic is the next."
QThis preparation, which has been known
m Tabkeb's GuiGEB Tonio, will hcreatter
. : be called simply Pahkkb's Tonic. This
. change has been rendered necessary by sub
. ftltutes imposed upon their customers by
. unprincipled dealers, under the name of
gingers Rinr is really an unimpnrt
, tnt flavoring ingredient, we drop the mis
v leading word.
. There is no change, however, in the prep
;v aration itself, and all bottles remaining in
the bands of dealers, wrapped under the
r-o of Pamer's GrNOER Tonic contain
. ' "nine medicine if the fao aimllesig.
r it jflTSopx & Co. is at the bottom of
: i,jt-....:3Xrfper. .. . ;v.v.;;
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION!
Da y one jear by carrler.. f IS 00
(a) per cent, dlacouni tt paid In advance.)
Daily, on year hjr mall 10 no
Dally, nn ni'nih.,,...,.-M..... I on
I'uhlltbed trmi murnlnn (Mondays excepted).
Weekly, nna year i 0T
Wwkly, S monlha ...-.... 1
rnlillthed every Monday noon.
ttVCluuiof nveor more lor Weekly Bulletin at
ona time, per year, fl.aO. I'omano In allcaxea
INVIHIABT.T IK inVtNOI.
All Communlcatloua ehnnld addreaind to
K. A IIL'HNK IT.
Fablmhor and I'rourletor. '
AN IX.JLKPD WIl'H.
"1 wondor," thought Mrs. Thomp
son as nIio glanced at, tho clock on tho
iunnlol iece'I wonder what it Is that
keops (jeorgo so Into? Twico this week
ho linn been detained by what Ira call.-)
bii.slne.su. I should think ho could get
home enrlior if ho chose."
When nt length Mr. Thompson cuiuo
in, his wife's countenance wore nn in
jured expression. He did not appear
to observe it, but said, hurriedly,
"Eiunm, I'm sorry, but I can't stay
to ten just now. Must go away nt
oneo, on particular busine.n. Don't
wait supper for me, and if you feel
lonesome, couldn't you send over for
your friend Miss NeltlebyP"
'I thought you didn'tliko LticretlaP"
"Well, I don't particularly admire
old maids, but if you liko her society,
I've no objection.
' Old maids," said Mrs. Thompson,
Indignantly. 'Luorotia Is only four
years older than 1 was when 1 married
you,' two years nro. You don't intend
to insinuate that I was itu old maid nt
"Certainly not of course not!" re
plied Thompson in a conciliatory tone.
"Rut you know somo women look
much older than others, even when
their nges are tho Bumo."
"I don't liko to hoar my frionds
abused," said Mrs. Thompson. "And
at any rate, Lueretia is quite as nioo 111
that bald-head, rod-faced Mr. Head
stall that you're so fond of, and arc al
ways asking to dinner. ,
Mr. Thompson laughed good-naturedly.
"Ilo'a a capital fellow, is Joe.
You'll liko him hotter some day.
Where's my other coatP"
And he got himself ready, ju.stns Mr.
Joseph Headstall himself drovo up to
tlio door with (lie lino blood rnnro nnd
doij-cart of which ho was so proud,
nnd enrried of. Mr. Thompson, leaving
his wife to spend the evening alono.
"I wonder whoro they ate going?"
thought Mrs. Thompson, turning from
the window, whence sho had watched
them. "This looks more liko pleasure
than business, and (ieoige seems in
uncommonly good Riiifits."
Her cyo fell uponner husband's coat,
which ho had left carelessly thrown
across a chair. The end of a morocco
covered note-book protruded from an
insid ) pocket, nnd Mrs. Tiiompson in
Btunliy pounced upon it, removed tho
elastic bund, and eagerly scanned tho
Thero were plenty of memoranda,
nnd ciphers, and notes of various mat
ters, as unintelligiblo us so many
Rut as sho handled tho book some
thing carefully wrapped in tissue-paper
slipped from a little pocket and fell at
hor feet. Picking it up, her horror
stricken gaze rested upon tho photo
graph of a beautiful woman.
She dropped tho picture as Ihotigh it
hnd been a serpent, and was standing
stonily gnzing at it when Rridgot an
nounced Miss Neltleby.
"Show hor up!" said Mrs. Thomp
son, as sho sank hysterically upon the
lounge, nnd began to beat the enrpot
with Iter feet, nud clutch tho cushion
with hor hand..
And Bridget, well knowing thoso
symptoms, hurriod down with a report
wliioli spcodily brought up tho visitor.
"My darling Emmi!" cxclnimed
Miss Nottleby, bending over her
friend, "what has happened? What w
For nnswer, Mrs. Thompson pointed
to the photograph upon the floor.
"1 found it in in his pocket!" sho
sobbod. "Oh, Lueretia, what am I to
do? Isn't it droadfulP"
"My dear," answorcd Miss Nettloby,
with ominous calrauess, "it is only
what I have been prepared for. Don't
you remember how often before your
marriage I warned you not to trust to
This was true, for Miss Ncttlohv,
failing in her efforts to entrap Mr.
Thompson, had tlouo her best to pie
Vent him marrying her friend.
"It's only in the Inst week that he is
so changed," moaned Emma. "He
hardly comes home nt ail now; and
neglects mo shamefully.
"We can. understand w'ty," said
Miss Nottleby, glancing signihcanlly nt
tho photograph. "Have you any idea,
Emma, whose this IsP"
. "Not tho least; but it looks liko
Borne horrid actress or ballet-dancer."
"It's very handsome, at least," said
Lueretia, with a little, half-malicious
Bide-glanco at her friend. "How did
you happen to lind UP"
"Why, I was looking over that little
note-book there, just to seo if I could
find out what business detains George
in tho evenings, and tho picture slipped
out of a pocket in tho cover.
"And did you find a cluoP" inquired
Miss Nottleby, eagerly.
"No. I had just commencod look
ing. It is a sort of memorandum, I
1 "In that case, tho last week's entries
might afford some information," sug
gostod Miss Nottleby.
Mrs. Thompson opened tho pocket
book, and glanced over the last writ
"There's something here about
Brightons,' nnd 'Foster & Company,'
and a consignment, and some ures.
I'm sure I can't make out what it all
means. And here, just look over this,
Miss Nottleby read out aloud.
"Mira. Fos'.cr & Co. consignment
See Fanny jewellers Cli. Sup'r." ,
"What!" otled Mrs. Thompson,
starting upright on the lounge, "gee
Fanny? Oh, the deceiver! Who would
ever have thought UP" ,
"No doubt,!! said Lucrotla. her eyes
gloaming with triumph, as she hold up
the photograph "no doubt wo're at
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING MAY
last got a eluo. This is Fanny, and
I declare!" glancing again at the book;
"the date is tli fifteenth this very
day! Why, it must bo to seo her that
ho has j.one!"
M,h. Tiiompson gave an hysterical
sob. ending in a suppressed scream.
"Don't worry yourself about it,
Emma, 1 hesm ch you!" said her friend,
bathing her liuu.is and forehead with
cologne-water. "It's just like tho rest
of tlio men, They'ro not one of them
to bo trusted, I've always said so; and
1 p.lv you indood I do!"
Oil, tlio sly, doeeltful hypocrite!"
gasped E:nma. "To neglect his own
wife, and pny attention to a creaturo
"And making hor presents of jow
elry," sneered Luorelia.
"And the 'Cii."Sup.' what can that
"Why, cliumpngno supper, of courso!
Any one can s"o that."
"The wretch!" criod Mrs. Thomp
son, indignantly. "To think of his
spending IiIh money in that way, at the
very time ho assured mo ho couldn't
afford to get mo that ba.sket-phieton
nnd pony that I've been longini for. I
won't hear it any longer. I'll leave
him. I'll go homo to ma. I'll get a
divorce. 1'il j'o now tills very night!"
Her friend strongly approved of this
resolution. S.ie had never forgiven
George Thompson for marrying Einma
instead of herself; and it was balm to
her feollngj to think of tuch a punish
ment befalling him. ,
At nino o'clock preoisoly, Mr.
Thompson let himself in at the front
door. He' paused in surprise at tho
Bight which trreelud him.
Three or four trunks an! boxes stood
uiiod in tho hall, with a multitude of
smaller packages. Mrs. Thompson, in
bonnet an 1 oloak, stood at the door,
wiih Riilgut closo by. Thoy woro
wuitini for a carriage. Miss Nettloby,
on hearing tho masculino slop, had fled
into the hack dining-room, out of sight,
but not out of hearing.
"Why, Emma! what on earth does
all tiiis nieiiuP What has happened?"
questioned Tiiompson in an alarmed
"What has happonod?" ropoated
Mrs. Thompson, with a grcnt effort to
bo calm n'ld majestic in the dignity
of in lured innocence. "A groat deal
has happened. My eyes hove been
opened to what I was simple and con
liding enough nevor boforo to havo sus
pected." ' Emma, what can you moan P What
is the matter? I don't in the least un
"Oli, of course not! You don't know
anything at all about ill You thought
I never heard of of that creature
Fanny! You thought you were keop
inr it, a secret from mo!"
Mi1. Thompson's countenance
changod. A sort of subdued and guilty
expression camo ovor it.
"How did you learn about Fanny?
And I don't soo why your finding it out
should havo excited you thus. If I
kept it a secret from you it was only in
oruer to "
"Do you hear that?" exclaimed Mrs.
Tiiompson tragically, to tho universo
in general, "ilo confesses, and with
out a blush!"
"I havo nothing to blush for," said
Tiiompson lirmly. "Havo you lost
your senses, Emma?"
"Oh! he's nothing to blush for!"
snoorod tho outraged wife. "And
you're not a bit ashamod of dressing
up your dear Fanny in jewelry, and
fronting hor to chnmpngno suppors, I
"Troating Fannv to ohampagno!
What on earth are you talking about?"
"I am talking about the wretched
creature for whom you have neglected
your wife. Don't deny anything! I
know all about it. I found her photo
graph, and I found her name in the
same book; a memorandum to 'go ana
soo Fanny' this Very evening!"
It was a study to behold ihompson s
countenance while his injured and in
dignant wife thus brought home to him
all those accumulated charges.
rirst, there was a look 01 wonder
nnd perplexity, then of sudden intelli
gence, followed by the oddest expres
And when she conoluded, he sank
into tho nearest hall-chair, tried to
speak, apparently in explanation, and
then, leaning back, laughed long and
"Sure, it's nn unfalin'' baste he is,
inthirely!" muttered Rrldget, all of
whoso sympathies woro on the Bido of
her injured mistress.
ihe latter, utter gazing an Instant nt
her husband, sat down likewise, and,
under the mortification of insult added
to injury, burst into toars.
Then Thompson calmed himself,
wipod his eyes, and addressed his wife
with a voice still quivering with sup
"Emma, do you know whose picture
"Don't presume to speak to me
don't!" sobbed Mrs. Thompson.
"Rut, my dear, allow me to explain.
Don't you remember expressing a wish
to havo Mademoiselle Ferlini's picture,
'to see what sho looks like?' Well, in
coming homo this orening, I observed
somes cartes iu tho Slercoscopia Com
pany's window, and purchased one,
but in ray baste forgot to give it to
you. This is hor photograph."
Mrs. Tiiompson looked up incredu
lously. "Yoti are deceiving me," she said.
"If you doubt me, go down to Cheap
side to-morrow and satisfy yourself.
And now, as to Fanny do you know
who Fanny isP
"Don't mention hor to mo tho hor
"Fanny isn't horrid at all. She is a
perfect little beauty, with bright eyes
and dainty limbs, gentle as a Iamb,
and graceful as a fairv. I fell in love
with her at first slghti"
Mrs. Thompson gavo a convulsive
cream, and heat her feet on tho floor.
"And so will you, dear, when you
soe hor. She is the prettiest little pony
in London,' and just suited to a lady's
basket-phaeton. I had intonded it for
a surprise on your birthdny, but that
unfortunate note-book has spoiled my
His wifo looked up. Site know bet
ter than to doubt that honest, half-re-
?;retful, half-reproachful look. Her
ace crimsoned with shame.'
"Oh, George, you don't moan it?"
'Well, you'll know better next time,"
ho answered soothingly; "and we both,
loam not to havo a secret from each
other. It's the best plan, after all, as
Headstall hinted to mo from the first.
His wife flushed a Ik tie, then said,
"Rut ah ut tho jewoler's, and the
"I mndo a memorandum to call at
tho Jeweler's for my watch, which I
had left for repairs. I had also to call
on tho chief superintendent of tho gas
works, whom your imagination has
convertod lulo a champagne supper."
"How ridiculous! Rut it was ull the
fault of your careless writing."
"Well, I didn't expect it to bo criti
cised by a lady, you know."
"Sure," said Rridgot, "lio's turntd
tho tables inthirely. And plaze, mum,
Isn't it 11 hito o' supper tlio raasther
would liko, nnd him corain' homo so
"A good suggestion," Thompson ad
mitted. And as he walked into the dining
room, with his arm round his wifo
waist, someone whisked out of tho side
door and they heard the hull door close.
"It's only Lueretia Nottleby," Mi s.
Tiiompson explained. "I had entirely
"Ah, indood! That explains about
your contemplated journey!" said her
husband, looking eiilightened.
Tho 1st of April, of all days in the
year, enjoys a character of its own, in
as far as it, ami it nlimo, is devoted to
practical joking. On this day it be
comes tho duty f n vast number of
people, especially tlio younger sort, to
practice innocen t impostures upon their
unsuspicious neighbors, by making of
Ihem whnt in France are callod pota
tom (V Avnl, and with us April fools.
Sometimes the opportunity is taken
by ultrn-joeulnr persons to carry out
some extensive hoax upon society. For
example, in March, 180'0, a vast multi
tude of people received through tho
post a curd having tho following in
scription, with a seal marked by an In
verted sixpenco nt ono of tho angles,
thus having to superficial observation
nn ollieial appearance; "Tower of Lon
don Admit the bearer nnd friend to
view tho annur.1 ceremony of washing
tlio White Lioni, S inday, April 1, lM).
Admitted only at t e White (i.ito. It
is particularly requested that no gratu
ities bo given to tho warden or his as
sistants." Tho trick is said to have
been highly successful. Cabs were rat
tling around Tower Hill nil that Sun
day morning, vainly endeavoring to
discover tho White gate. It is tho moro
rem ark u bio that any such trick should
have succeeded when wo reflect how
identified the 1st of April has become
with tho idea of imposture and unreal
ity. So much is this tho caso that if
ono was about to be married, or launch
somo new and speculative proposition
or enterprise, one would hesitate to se
lect April 1 for that pin pose. On tho
other hand, if otic hnd to issuo a mock
document of any kind with tho desire
of its being accepted in its proper char
acter, he could not better nssuro tho
joke being seen lli:.n by dating it thd
1st of April,
Tho litem! tire of tho last century,
from tho Sprt'ttor downward, has
many allusions to April fooling; no ref
erences to it in our literature havo us
yet been pointed out. English anti
quaries appear 1111 a bio to trace the ori
gin of the custom or to ay how long it
has existed unioiig us. in tho Catholic
Church there was tho feast of tlio Ass
on Twelfth Day, and various mum
mings about Christmas, hut April fool
ing stands apart from these dates.
Thero is but one plausible-looking sug
gestion from Mr. 1 eggo, to tho 25 th of
March being, in ono respect, New
Year's day, tlio 1st, of April was its oc
tavo and tho ending of its celebrations;
but this idoa is not very satisfactory.
There is much mure importance in tho
fact that tho Hindoos have, in their
Ilttli, which terminates with tho 31st of
March, 0 precisely similar festival, du
ring which tho great aim is to send
persons away witli messages to ideal
individuals, or individuals sure to bo
away from home, and enjoy a laugh at
their disappointment. To find the prac
tice so prevalent over the earth, and
with so near a coincidence of day,
seems to indicate that it had a very
early origin among mankind.
, Anril-fooling is a very noted practice
in France, and we get traces of its
prevalence there at a much earlier pe
riod than is the case in England. For
instance, it is related that Francis,
duke of Lorraine, ami his wife, being
in captivity at Nantes, effected their es
cape on account of the attempt being
made on the 1st of April. Disguised
as peasants, the one carrying a hod on
his shoulder, the other bearing a bas
ket of rubbish on her shoulders, they
both passed at nn early hour of the day
through tho gates of tho city. A wo
man having knowledge of their per
sons, ran to tho guard to give notice to
the sentry. "April Fool!" cried the
soldier, and ail tho guard to a man,
shouted out: "April fool!" beginning
with tho sergeant of tho post. Tho gov
ernor, to whom the story was told as a
jest, conceivod somo suspicion, nnd or
dered the fact, to be proved; but it was
too late, for the duke aud his wife were
well on their way. The 1st of April
saved them. Providence Telegram.
A Mother's Thoughtfulncss,
"Mamma," said a small boy, "do
you boliove everything papa saysP"
"Of course, my child," replied the
mother, with wifely pride.
"Yes, dear, everything." -
"Well, 1 don't"
Hush, you wicked boy; you musn't
talk so. What did your papa ever say
that you couldn't believe?"
'Xou know that widow on tho next
square who always looks so sour at us
"You mean that pretty Mrs. Ben
ton?" . ;
"She's tho one. I heard papa tell
her yesterday that she was tho sweet
est woman in town, and then he gave
her a bunoh of flowers, and it made
mo so ashamed to hear him tell such a
story that 1 run away and wouldn't let
him know that I had caught him in
"That will do, my child," said the
mother, with a. peculiar look in. her
gentle face; "run out and play and I
will toll your father when ho comes in
that ho must be particular not to de
stroy his son's confidence in his veraei
ty.' Merchant Traveler.
A Positive Cu'c for Every Form of
bktniviid uiood Disease, rrom
l'iiiiples to Scrofula.
rpilOUSANDH OF I.ETTKHH In onr poaelnn
J- rt-iM Ht It, I rt.irv : 1 have hcen a terrible anf-
furiT for yearn with Illood and Hkln Humnm; have
bei-n obliged to noun puul c pla'ri iy reaaon or my
dlclttiuriiiK hiimiira; have had th beat r hynlclu no ;
have apenl hnudreda of ito lura and vot ko real re
lief until I UMcd theCur ettKA Kkhoi.vknt, the new
Illood I'nrifitr. internully and Cutkuha aud C'i-ti-(ami
Hoap, the Umat Skin Curea ami HkIu lleaiiu
tier, externally, which have cured me and lull my
klu aud Mood aa pure aa a child'.
Jame K. Hlcbardaoti, Cu-tmn Mourn, New Or
leaiia. on oath, aa , In 1 H7u Scrttfuloua Ulcer"
broke out on my bod. until I wan a iuhkh of corrup
tion (everything known to the, inuillcil faculty
waa tried in vain. I becamo a mere wreck At
tlmea could not lift my lunula 10 my head, could
not turn in bed; wua In conalsnt pal , aud lookud
upon I I'ii h a enrae, Norellel nr cure In ten yeata.
Iu IkhiI I heard ol the (,'uticura Kcmediua, and ured
Ihem and wan perfectly ruied.
Sworn to he ore V 8. Com. J. I). CKAWK ilil).
STILL MORK SO.
Will McDonald. 2 A-i Dearborn Bt ent. Chicago,
(rrati fully a know edgoaa cure of KiT.rms, or Hult
llhe'im, on head, inn k, race, urma ano l.n for etV'
enteiMi yoitrf ; not able lo move, except on hnnei
and knrt-a, for oi e year; not nble 10 liul p hlinrnlf
lor eti;lit.yeara; tried huudieda of reined ei; doctors
Drotiiiiin'i'd It t aa chko Impelcm, peitn .in mly cured
by he Cutlcura KemediuH,
MOKE WONDEHFUL YET.
n. K. Carpenter, Heiid. ruin, N Y., cnrcil of
Pror nte or Lepropy. of 'weiitv yeaia "t'ltiditv, by
Cull, urn It mt'dtfa. '1 he moKt wonderlu cure on
rororil. A duntpKiifiil of fcu'ce fell (mm ' I it) da"y
l'hH claim find hia fnut da thought hemiftdu
Cures orn to lief ire a Jui-tl e of the pencil ui.ll
Uelidcr'ou'p moct prominent citizen".
Write to na f ,'theie lextln onUl" 111 fil'l or "end
direct to the parhea. All am nholutclv (mound
piven without, nnr knowledge o anhrltinn i) n't
wait. Now l the t'nuf to rure very epecle- of
I trhl lie. Be ily, I'irnply, hcroni oii'', Inhorllecl. Con
tau'loiiB mid vJoppi r-coioii d Dl een of the Illood,
Hkln and alp with Loa of Hair.
Til? A TTTV F'r Ho-Kh. Chapped and
IrWUl I City Bkln. H acklieada, and
Skin lllemlalica. tine Culiciira .-nap.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
Ileiid Cold', Watfrv Dlachnriri'a from th" None
and Kve. UIiikIhk Nolne In the Head, Nervoux
Il"ndtu'ho and fever tnatantly relieved.
Chockuitr tnticii" (liflodL'eu, membrane cUaned
and healed, lire n 111 Hucetencd, eniell. taete aud
Uenring r "tored. and nivnpes chocked.
Couch, MiOvchltK Proinir,i!8 Into tho Throat
I'alna In the ('heft, Dyspercla, Warning of
etretictti an r icah. I,oh ot n cep, etc , cu ed.
One hottle ltndlcal Cure, one box (Vharral Sol
vent nud Sai.ford'a Inhaler, all in one uackagit.
forming a complete treatment, of all drngglat- f r
pi. fnv mr Mituorti s khoichi uure.a pure a "pi
latlou " f Witch lltizel, Am. l'ilie, ('. Fir. Mart
cold. Clover lllon.oma, etc. Pottku Ditcy and
Chemical Co., l)oton.
Collin's Voltaic Klectric Flna
ter inst' B'ly affects ihnNurv-
on system and binmties
I'ain. A yb feet Electric Mat
tery combined wllh a l'orona
P aster for 25 cts. I' annihi
IS THE CUT
lates I'ain, vitalizes Weak and
Worn Out Parts, slret ethens
1 1 i u Alii.uiuK. uiuvcnta i) e so. ai d does moie In
one-hall the ilme than any other planter in the
worm, noiu everywhere.
HALT KIlF.f.M, ECZEMA, SCROI't'I.A, KCALD
Head, Krj'Hlpelns, Tetter, Hives, Dauiliiiir, llni'lar'a
Itch, I'ililpli s, StillKS, Curhuncles, Hunt I'olsoullia
and Poisoned Wounds, Uiiigwuuu, bunburu, ana
4li dlscawH of Hie skin.
For Piles, Wounds, Cuts, Clcers nr Sores, no
remedy Is so prompt in soothinir aud healing as
l'aplllun Skin Cure. It dues not smart or burn,
Ilircctiniu in ln language) ammpany aery Utile.
NASAL CATAItllir, ACUTE or CIIItONIC COLD
lu the Head, itose Cold, Bronchial Catarrh aud
Cleanses the nostrils, permits natural I'rctnnlnif,
and prevents incrustations, siiulllcs and tneczlng.
It Isaspei Hie cure for Cold In the Head wlilcb
is caused hy sudden changes in the atmosphere.
Direcllwm in tm Imguugtt accompany trtry Mile.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
TOK SALE IjY ALL EBUdClf-TB.
For Salo bv
PAUL G. SCHU.1I,
Snecial Aats. in this oitv.
t sk- rm m
':,' f 7rrr' i r-"--si
For Salo bv
This porom plaster la
absolutely th (caterer
made, combining the
virtuoa ol hups with
rums, balsams and ex
tracts. Its power la wonderful la curing disease! when
other plasters simply relieve. Crick in the Hack and
Neck, Pain in the Side or Limbs, Stiff Joints and Muscles,
Kidney troubles, Rheumatism, NeuraLrla, Son ChosL
Affections of tho neart and Liver, and all palua or aches
In any part mured Instantly by tha Hop Plaster, t7 Try
i. i riuu w cents or ure ior al.OD,
Mailed on receiptor price. Bold by
all drnrjirists and country stoma,
Hop Pliuier Company,
Proprietor, Boston, Haas,
IX Kor oonrt ination, loss of apriet. te and 1 isoasca nr tha
aowels take Harry's Rtomaeh and Liver Pills. tS cents.
S mh Dr. KEAN,
' ho. IU Hopth Clark Ht., CJiilcwo ki-
MiHuutra ins), h inn irMinf ui rrt
T.Ui, N.rromj, Clirwileaittl HpwlldlK
ls.H. nltal W.aaaaila, A r,,(ia,
V attltaitnn iirsviullr, or by letter ft
If. Ka Is th only phyolrluB In th
PUflUlMinM Uxk , otr !, prtrtorlpUooa. i kjtuXL
LLfNOIS CENTRAL R. B
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Kunuint
0 DAILY THAIS'
Making Direct Connection
rAINS LliVS CAIHO!
U.UiOn in. Mail.
Arriving In St. Louis uOa.ui.; C'hicaRo,8:30 p.m.j
Conuuctiug at Odin and Kuiugham for Clnrtii
nail. Louievillu, Indlanapolia and points East.
laiiiO p. m. H'ast, ftt. I.ouIh urul
Wt'ato ii i'.xprt'UH.
Arrltii.g Ii, frt Louts 6:45 p. m., a.'itl conucxtln
lor all points W'ust.
p. in. Kust HixpreHS.
For St. I.oula and Chicago, arriving at 8t. Loula
10:P) p. ru., aud Chicago ', :Jt)u. m.
3 45 p.m Cinohmati Kxprfsa.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:d0 a. m. ; Louisville :&")
a. in.; ludianapu l t.ns a m. Pas-ougura by
this Irani reach the al vo points 111 to ,'JO
HOUItb in udvanco of any otlier route.
ly-Tlie 8: 5 a. m. expreas has PULLMAN
HtiaKPINO CAK from Cairo to Cincinnati, with
out chitngeg, aud tbrotigb sleepors to Ht, Loula
Fast Time East.
(')COtTiri1'a ''J tlliB ""e Ko through to Kasu
1 kfl..Cilp,l i n cru points without any delav
aused by Sunday intervening. The Bstnrdav alter
loon train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
norningat K:35. Thirty-six hours In advanceol
o-f other route.
For tlirottch tlrkote and further Information
tpplyat Illinois Contra Knllroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JON KB, Ticket Agent
A. B. DANSON. Oen. Pass. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
Trains depart. Trains
tMail -....2:21 a. rr . tMall
.4:' 5 a. m.
11 45a. m.
Kxnrcst 8:4I)u. m 1 jKrnrtss
S' Luula F x lL'i'.'S p. m. i tSt Loula K
2:15 p. m.
1. c. it. It ((southern Divish
tMnil 4:45 a. m I tN. O. Ex ..
tKxprts ii:;ki a m. 1 tN. O. Ex...
t vecora 8 45 p.m. tN. O. Kx...
FT. L. A I. M, U. K.
. 1:10 a. m.
. II :10 a.m.
...4:80 p. in.
tExprcsa 10:.'!0p.m. tExpress.
w., bt. l. ft r. n. n.
.Mall & Cx. 4 MOa.m. I -Mall & Ex..
Accom 4:110 p.m. I "Accom ,
Freight 7:45 a.m. Freight
MOI1ILK ft OHIO it. R.
Mull - 5:55a. m. Mnll
Dally except tinrday. t Dullv.
AltniVAL AKD DKPAltTURK OF MAILS.
I. C. K. K (through lock mail).
n a. m.
3 p. ra.
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m,
6 a. ni.
9 30 am
4 p. m.
" (way tnall)... 4 80 p.m.
" (Southern Dlv. 5 p. m.
Iron Mountain It. it ii:3up.ni.
Wabash H. H lo p. m.
Texaa & 8t. Louis K. R 1 p. m.
Ht. Louts ClroK.K 6 p. m.
OhloHlver ,,,s p. m.
Mies hlver arrives Wed., fat. ft Mon.
" departs Wed., Frl. ft 8nn.
P O. gen dol. op n from 7:80 am to7:3f) put
P.O. box do!, open Irom 8 a. m to9p ra.
Sundays gcc. del. open from.. ..8a. m. to 10 a.m.
Sunday! box del. open from. ...6 a. in. to 10:30am
ljr-iNOTE.-ChttnL'i.B will he ntidlahd from
time to tlmn Id city papers. Change your cards ac
WJU. M. MUKPHY. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
law of J883.
Snccessorto Widows and Orphans Mntnal Aid So.
Clety, o-ganized July 4th, 1877, under
the lawa of lliTiL
JOHN II. ROBINSON .....Proaldent
WM. STKATi- N VIcfl-Prtsldent
J. A. OOLU8TINB - Treasnror
C. W. DU vNIU Medical Advisor
TUOMAS LEWIS .....Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS fou 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton Bird, groiers, alro, 111.,
J. A. Ooldstlne, oluoldatlno A Itosonwaler, whole
sale and ret ul dry good;C. W. Dunning. M. D.j
Pre.Bd. Med Kx., for Pensions; Albert Lewis'
commission merchant; J. H. Robinson, county
judge an notary public; Wm. F. i'ltcher, com.
broker and (nturanco agent; R. H Hal-d, city
aticetanpervlsor; M. Phillips, carpmter and bnild
er; Thomas Lewi", attorney and secretary ; K. V.
P:erco, attorney tt-law, DuQuoin III. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Bant, Ashley. III.; Albert
Hayden, cashier of George Connelly ft Co., Spring,
field. M ; B. M tlunn, attorney-at-law. 160 Ran
dolph street, Chicago; lion, liobt. A. Hatcher, at-Sl
torney-at-law, Charleston, Mo. ; H. l.elghton,
cashier First National Hank, htuart. lows.
tiKtric appliance! in lent on 30 uiyi' I rial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
"ItX"0 ,r" sutTerlna; from Niktous Dssrurr,
V I-0" ViTAMTf, lack or Nsnva Toaca amd
Viuoa, Wjstino WsAKSESsss,andall thota dlaaaaas
ot a PcasosAL HiTinia rvaultlng from Abuses and
OTHsn CAirsaa Speeily mllut anil oomplete rto
ration of llaALTn.V moaand Manhood UutiAHtiiii,
The grandest discovery of th. Nineteenth Century.
tiwdtonM for Uliulrated Pamphlet free, Addraaa
VOtTAIQ HIT CO., MUIHAU, mien.