Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KVKHV KOHXIIUI (MOKI1ATI WCIPTinl,
liitllrtlu Kulldine, WaauIitBton Avenuo
' U n 1) v r I p t i o ii It (i t e :
lallr(dcllvcr"d hy carriorsi per week ..$ CR
Hy mall (In ailvaucu; one year 10 IU
Three mouths J JJ
One moil III I
llv nidi (In advaaca) aue year ? '"1
six mondiH 1 J)
Three monthii '
To clubs or tcuand over t per copy. 1 50
Posture lu ill cae prepaid.
V il v e r t i I Ji a Ktttoa i
first insertion, per aqunrv ..J 1 on
Subsequent tuaortloiia. pur square W
J'or one week, per square o w
Kortwo weeks, per aquari' i N
Kor throe weeks II
For one mon'h 'J
Kaca tildlU juil aqnuro 00
lrt lasertlnn. p aquaro $ 1 jj
Siibsoqorut Insertions .' 6,1
Bit! lit lui of iiollil nnnpnrrll constitute a atinare.
iii.iiUtori iiv..rti1.minii will bu chimed accord-
In-! lo the space occupied, it above rates lucre be
Ilia twelve lines f Kolid type lo Hie Inch.
To regular idwirtlwM wu ortr niperior Induce
muiiU. both a lo rales of clinrKua and uiauuur of
displavlng their favor.
Local notice In cntv cent per Hue for flrxt Inser
tion; ten cents pur lino for each ubcqueiit Inaer
Uon. Communications upon subjects of neneri.1 Interest
to the public ar at all limes acceptable. Rejected
Manuscript will Dot he returned.
Letters and communication should lie uddrisetl
'Calm Biilluilii. Cairo. DHuoU."
Irf!t fii'imli.t ion t liny Daily iu
onlvMoruinsr Dally in Southern Illinois
omi'AI. PAPF.lt OV ALEXANDER COUNTY.
M.H. IlureolT, ICaitor.
A i.ivki.y old couple is John and Henry
IJ irlow, ot Monroe, Indiana. They are
eiirlity-one years old, and twins. ' John is
a widower and lives with his brother Henry,
who w a married man. .It whs noticed by
the neighbors and finally by Henry, that
John was entirely too familiar with bis sis-
tiT-m-law. A few days ago the matter
wa brouslit to an tesno, and the brothers
had a tight that would have done no dis
credit to two muscular men of forty. They
beat esoh other mercilessly, and were to
-disabled at the outcome that With of them
hail to be carried to their beds. Lying
within earshot of each other, the
one jealous, llic other revengeful, and both
full of aches and pains from their injuries,
thivrorbal passes between them are said to
have been absolutely Wood-curdling. A
nice pair of curmudgeons, aint they?
EvASsvii.i.K has a sensation. A southern
lady and her daughter located there, a year
or two ago, and the beauty of the girl set
the hearts of a full half score of young
blades in a consuming blaze. She moved
in the best society, and nobody in the world
was happier than were the three respectable
young men, each of whom thought himself
her sole accepted lover. It was the habit
of this young lady to keep a very exact
diary. The mother and daughter returned
south, a few days ago. and among the rub
bish left by them at their boarding house,
was a small volume of that same diary; and
to the absolute horror of the three '"rcpeet
able young mun," and to the great surprise
of everybody, the said diary abounded in
entries like these: "F came home with
me from tho theater; kissed inu at the
gate;" "Walked by the river-sido with
..I ; ho hugged me ro often I thought
discovery certain;" "C kissed me cer
tainly a hundred times during the moon
light ride to Salt-well;" and so on, through
fifty pages. Had the names given been
those of nice young men, or even of respect
able widowers or bachelors, the three ac
cepted lovers, nnd the community would
not have been so horrified; but, with one
single exception, every name used was that
of a married man! The conclusion is irre
statable, therefore, tliut the married men of
Evansvillu are, as old Mrs. Vau Wornier
usu'l to say of her husband, ''bud, in that
AN EFFECTIVE TEMPERANCE
Few temperance; lectures are more cITcc
tive than those we read daily in the local
columns of our city newspapers. The peo
ple, of Cincinnati have- a lecture of that
kind, almost every morning, one of which
we republish in our own language.
At one time George M. Schalfer, of that
city, was a prosperous merchant. Being of
an eminently social tempcrment, convivial
companions to lead him hellward were not
wanting. In a few years ho became dissi
pated and debased. His wife and daughter
managed to maintain respectable standing
the latter being one of tho most promising
artist-painters in the West. A short time
ago' these two visited relatives in German
town. On the same train were two of the
husband's "boon companions," who persist
ed in the attempt to get up a flirtation with
tho women, whoiht biru tiiat they gave the
men no encouragement. Arriving ut
(icrmautown, Urn women repaired
to the home of the mother's
brother.. Tho youug nun hclW'ving thnt
their nc(iiiiint4iuco was desired, stopped olf
also, and that night visited the houic of the
1 brother, and became so importunate for ad
mission that the brother's anger was
roucd, and, "pitching into" the persistent
twain, he gave both of them u drubbing
thfy will have occiision to remember as
long as they live. I'nbi knowu to his wif.;
ami daughter, Mr. Sclmft'or hud followed
them, find was in (lermantowu at the time
of the occurrence just' related. Obtaining
tlio particular of it, ho became furiously
jealous, and filling himself up with whisky
he viHited the house of his wife's brother,
mid itppronclilng the front window ho
tapped upon it with his fingers to see if his
wife and daughter would respond to such a
signal. The brother hearing the tap, and
seeing the outlines of a man, tired his re
volver, and shot the husband dead, think
ing, of course, it was one of the two young
men who had returned to persecute his sis
ter and neieo. And there, lying dead in tho
mud, was the body of George M. Schaffer,
brought to his ignoble end by draughts that
etolo away his brains, and substituted habits
ami passions that rendered him iniscrahlu
in life and dishonored in death.
A SHAMELESS CONFESSION TIIAT
EMBODIES A LIE.
A'o have the authority of tho immaculate
"Ross" Shepherd for saying that Gen.
Grant will undoubtedly bo elected for n
third term. Shepherd says that even those
Republicans who,, four years ago, were
much displeased with Giantism as it mani
fested itself in the jiniincinl and southern
policies pursued, now find Hayesism most
infernally odious in comparison
As an exchange very truly remarks, Mr.
Shepherd is not at all mistaken in his es
timate of Hayesism; but that there is no
body but Grant who can redeem the coun
try- from that curse, is a most humiliating
mistake that hundreds of Republican zt'iil
ots besides the-Ross, have unaccountably
tumbled into. With a population of more
than 40,000,000 people; with Republican
statesmen among that number of profound
learning and great eminence, the confes
sion that comes from the Republican party,
that Ulysses S. Grant is the only man fitted
nt this juncture of our affairs, for tho office
of president, is most humiliating, and re
flects disgrace upon ti.e intelligence and
statesmanship of our people. Furthermore
such a confession embodies a falsehood. Ed
munds, Conk ling and Blaine, of the Re
publican party, are, as far above Grant, in
point 'of statesmanship, as tho Democratic
purty, in tho Integrity of its aims, is above
the "stalwart" element of its unscrupulous
LIFE-SAVING DEVICES ON OUR
The recent accidents by rail and sea, and
the appalling loss of life that followed as a
consequence, are arousing tho public to the
necessity of devising means that will afford
greater security to tho tens of thousands
who daily commit themselves to the risks
of the steamship and railroad car. The
press of both this country and Europe is
giving the subject much attention, and, in
so far as land travel in concerned, insist
upon tho adoption of the air break upon
our na8.ienger trains. The New iork Sun
refers to several instances where the use of
this break was instrumental in saving per
haps hundreds of lives. Only a few days
ago, a Connecticut railroad train, crammed
with human freight, rushed madly upon a
misplaced switch. The air brake was in
stantly applied, nnd stopped tho train in
time to save every passenger aboard from
even tho slightest injur', although the loco
motive and tender wero . dashed to frag
ments. But for the air brakes in this case,
the loss of life would have been fearful.
On Saturday Inst, the wheel of the smok
ing car of an East Newark and New York
passenger train broke down, while the train
was dashing along at the rate of foity miles
an hour. Here again the air brake was ap
plied, and saved six coach loads of human
beings from tho injury or death that would
inevitably have followed had the train been
destitute of such appliances.
Instances where these brakes have inter
posed to save human life aro so numerous,
indeed, that one or more lias fallen under
the observation of every extensive traveler
of the country. Thousands of living wit
nesses are ready to testify to their great su
periority ; and as thero can be little doubt
as to the power of congress or our sev
eral state legislatures to enact laws for the
protection of the lives und property of our
citizens, it becomes the duty of these law
making powers to provide for the introduc
tion of these air brakes, or something else
equally effective, on all of our American
In the matter of railroad uccidents, Illi
nois has been peculiarly fortunate. No
seven hundred miles of railroad in tho
world can present such a record, In this par
ticular, as that of the Illinois Central.
Hut if tho introduction of these air brakes
on Illinois roads would prevent the wreck
ing of a single passenger train, their Intro,
tluction and the expense involved therein
would 1h warranted. Indeed, the time is
not distant when business necessities alone,
will compel tho use of them, or some other
appliance which the public will regard
with like favor. Travelers, though usually
too reckless ss to their own safety, will,
even now, patronlxe thofic lines that offer
them tho best guaranty of safety ; snd henco
I it will be found that where one lino of road
uses these air brakes, its competing lino
will be driven, through tho pressure of bus
iness necessities, to adopt them also. Thus,
in time, all the roads of the country, may
bo forced into their adoption. But tho
chango will be wrought so slowly so many
train loads of men, women, and children
will be crushed and m ingled and killed in
the meantime, that, it seems to uu (hat our
law making powers should not await tho
sluggish action of corporations; but take
the matter in hand, and administer a little
THE "EFFECTIVE SHELVING OF
1 The Peoria Democrat comes a long dis
tance out of its way to administer n thrust
at Hon. William J. Allen, and to oiler the
opinion that Mr. Allen is effectually .helv
ed, by his recent defeat, for all time in the
future. The truth of the matter is that no
Democrat in this district could have defeat
ed the Republican nominee, in the last con
gressional tussle. Allen received u much
larger vote than Hartzell received, although
tho former was defeated rnd the latter
elected. Had all our leading Democrats
worked with half the zeal and industry that
characterized tho U.bors of Allen, Green
and Linegar, und had tho Democratic-
Greenbackers played the same game that
was played by their Republican confeder
ates, Allen would have been elected by a
very decided and unquestionable majority.
But with a larger vote than was ever trown
for a Democratic congressional candidate
in this district, before, ho was defeated, and
Democratic indifference, Demoeratic-Gieen-back
stupidity, and Republican-Greenback
treachery ure to blame for it.
Whut Mr, Dowdall, of tho Peoria Demo
crat, has to say of Mr. Allen, is embixlied in
tho following extract:
The Valley t'lariciii.ut Chester, lUndolp'i county,
but chunked luimlis, and in changing hnnd It lnoka
very much as If It was fur the purpone of preparing
the way for Mr. Harwell in 1SS0, It ayi thnt the
1st li cougrcKnioiiul district 1 amiueMioiiably liu
publlcau, and tliut It Hie dcilm-d uiidcr the appor
tionotc luw to be no, which Is undoubtedly true.
Jlut Sir. Uartzc.ll succeeded In carrying the dlntrlct
lu 1ST I, and again In lSTfl, In apltc of the Republican
majority. The Clarion Intimate! fW Hartzell
could have carried the Republican preeubnekera,
w ho can aever be driven luto the support of Allen,
on account of bla perfectly Infernal record during
the war. Ve think thai Uahoiit to. It ban cast
the Democratic parly detr, but wo hope that Josh
Allen 1 now shelved, politically forever. The Al
len, the Decul nnd tua Ilarrlngtou. and Bill
MorriHonii,' nuiHt be made to etand back and itay
hack, If the Democracy ever expect to w in. Mr
Hartzell wan i man who nhnuld not havo been cist
aside by the conventlou In 1878. lie mude s good
record iu congrcua, stood aquarely by Springer and
that class of honest men on all vit.'il questions, aud
bia conduct rhould have beeu endorsed, and he
would havo been re-elected. In a Itepuhlicau, or a
dure district like the IMh, it won't do for the Dem
ocracy to attempt to run a mail for inytliliiif whose
record and personal career Is as odious aud abhor
rent as that of Josh Alleu.
Face to Fack with Diseask. How
often it happens that although we have wit
nessed the ravages of disease in tho casu of
others, wo disregard his warning signals in
our own. it is only wiien we nnu mm lace
to face with us that wo really perceive how
grim he is. Then, perchance, when it is too
lute, medicinal aid is sought. Ills avant
courier, his fore-runner, is physical weak
ness. Fortify tho pystein, und you ure
armed against him. The finest tonic fur
this purpose is Hostetter's Stomach Bitten,
which renders digestion easy and complete,
nourishes tho system, improves the appetite,
gives strength, yielding sleep, counteracts
biliousness, and keeps the bowels in first
rate order. Leanness, and unnatural wan
ness and sallowness of tho face, arc obvi
ated by it, and so genial and beneficent are
its effects, that not only is the body invig
orated and regulutcd by its use, but des
pondency banished from tho mind.
Flokida. A throng ot sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy tho ethereal mildness of tho land of
(lowers. To them we would say the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses thu Deinostheric regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rings w ith the silvery cadence
of a bell. Uso Compound Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cenU a bottle. Bahci.ay Biiob.,
Wiikn used for Rheumatism, Sore Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Jointo, Corns
and Bums, on human beings; und Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals, Coussens' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues, Baiicut Buos., Agcnta,
It seems Impossible that a remedy made
of ucli common, simple plants as Hops,
Duchti, Mandrake, Dandelion, etc, should
muko so many nnd such marvelous and
wonderful ernes as Hop Bitters do, but
when old and young, rich and poor, pastor
and doctor, lawyer and editor, all testify
to having been cured by them, you must
believe und try them yourself, and doubt
no longer, See other column.
(JficT.M'hy will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Hro's
"Seal of North Cnrolliin" ut the ssme price!
Of Ten Years Duration. Tho Discharges
Thick, Bloody, and of Foul Odor.
Senses of Smell ami Tuste Wholly
Gone. Entirely Cured by
SANFOBD'S RADICAL CUKE
Slessrs. Wxkks & Piittkr; (luntlemen-I feol
compelled to acknowledge to you the great heneflt
rUxroHU'a Radical iYiik has been to me. Kor
mauy years i havo been afflicted with this loath
some disease, aud especially lu the winter time baa
it been most severe. The dlsclmrne hna been thick
aud bloody, emltllna a foul odor so bad that my
presence lu i ruoui w ith others whs very offensive to
lliera.. One week afterconiiiivnclng the use of Ham
foiiu'n IUiikai. C'crm I was not troubled with It at
all. My aensea of taste and smell, which were
wholly gone, have now fully ret irned, md my gen
eral health Is much Improved. Yours,
MKLUUl'HNK II. KOHI),
hhorl hand Writer,
fillAMI ItAI'IIIS, Mich., Nov. S, isrii.
(iKNTi.hMKx: The paeUau'C of HAJiFoiui's t'miB
arrived here to nlejil all rluht. I don't know whut
I should have done if It hail not been ler this reme
dy. 1 have tried Nacal Douches aud itverythlii!!
else, and, ullhoiiKh I have been utile lo stop the of
fensive discharge, I have not been able to rei over
my seuaea of taste und smell until I H ied "t ANfinin's
Cc hi. You can refer any one you choose to me,
and 1 will cheerhilly Inform them In diall as lo the
beuelll the remedy uaa beeu lo me. I ours,
MKI.ltOl KNE II. Ktlltt).
fiiiASii llM'iiis, Mich., Nov. l.'i, ism.
SAXFORD'H RADICAL CUJIE
not only promptly arrests the corrodlnj discharp's
In Catarrh, but, by sympathetic action, It restores
to sound health all the organs of the head that have
become am-ctcd by It, and exhibit any of the follow
Defective Kyeslclit, Inllumcd and Mattery Eyes,
l'u In I'ul unit Watery Kyos, Um of Hcarinc
Kitrai'lie,.earali;iii of theKar, Illsi'hargcK from
Kur, Klnclnn Nni-cs la the Head, IHzIiii-km,
Nervous Headache, I'alns In the Temples, Loss
of the Senses of Taste and Smell, EloiiKiitiou ot
the I'vttlu, lalliiminiittnn of the Tonsils, Putrid
Sore Throat, Tickling or Hacking ( oul'Ii, Ilron
vhltis, and Weeding of the Lniis,
Kaeb package of Sauford's Iladleal Cure con'ains
Dr. banlorils improved Inhullni Tube, and full
directions for Its use iu all cuses. I'rice One Dollar.
Korsule by all wholesale nnd retail ilrumrlsta and
dealers throughout the l ulled htati s mill Canada.
WEKKSA tVITKH. lieiierul Axulits and Whole
sale Diuists, ISoMoii. .Mn
VS Klcctru-tiiilvanlc Mattery, combined with a
highly Medicated Piaster, WmliiK the grandest
curative axcut in the world of medicine, aud utterly
surpassing ill other plasters heretofore In use.
They accomplish mum In one week than the old
plasters in a whole year. They do not palliate; they
Helleve Affections of (he Chest,
lielleve A Perilous of the l.uni!'.
Helleve Affections of tho Mean,
llellevo AnVctiona of the Mver.
Iteltuve A flections of the Hpleun.
Relievo Affections of the kidneys,
Kelieve Affections of thu bplne.
Relieve Affections of the Nerves.
Helleve Affections of the Muscles.
Kelieve Affections of the Joints.
Kelieve Affections of the Hones.
Relieve Affections of the Sinews
So mutter what mav be tho ei'ent of your snffer
Inc, try one of these Plasters. Relief is instantane
ous, a fact supported by hundreds ol testimonials In
our possession. Ifrur in mind that the must Im
portant discoveries in pharmacy date hack less than
ten years, and that combinations ot i;tims aud es
sences or plants and shrubs are herelu milled with
Klectrlcily to lorm a curatiw Fluster. In soolhlug,
heuliii;. and treiieihenluif properties, as far supe
rior to all other I'lui-lers heretofore- iu use as the
aciculillc ph) nil lau is to the horse leech.
Pi'ift' i.r Cents.
Be careful to call for Collin's Voltaic Plaster lest
you vet some worthless imitation, hold by all
Wholesale aud Iteiuil DruiHats Ihroiwhoui the
I'nlted States aiidCanudus. and br Wl.Kk.S X PUT
TKlt. i'rourieturs, hoslon Masa.
JNSUUAN'CE AGENCY OF
"Wells & Keutk,
OllftPllttt (Of Liverpool)
yuCUla f capital...- $io,non,fi)0.
Royal Cimadian lcS.U':ro?d.
British America AffiXemw.
TUi'lli-tlln IKlro and Marlnn (Mlllvllle, N. J.)
Jllll) AaeU, l,4t3.IWT.IH.
TTniiiti I (Of Philadelphia: established lu 1801.)
L U It'll ) Assets, S-'WlH.uo.
KmillVillV (Of Dayton, O).
I1 llL'IllclIl n f Assets fll0.t.'jC.
fiOrtmtl 1 (Of Kreeport, III ).
llt.l 111(111 (Asset $-I.W,KT7.33.
RISKS WUITTKN AT FAIR RATES.
OIUcm Iii Aloxiiruloi' C'onnty Hank.
2 ; K
5 a h
PU0PKIETOU OF SPKOAT'8 PATENT
Wholoftule Dealer in Ice.
ICE HY THE CAK LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPINO.
Cur Jjonda u Specialty.
1 ' OKFICMi 1 '
Cor. Twelfth Street and Lcvec,
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS, '"
CARMAUES AND WAUONS,
COMMERCIAL AVE. between FlITH suit '
8IXTII HT.H., CAIHO, IM
IIOItHK-HIIOKINfli spoclaltr. KepalrliiK of all
kinds of vehicles done neatly and ou abort no
tlco, at the lowest possible cost,
ALEXANDER COUNTY DANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. Bltoss, President.
I. NKKK, Vlco-l'resldent.
II. U KI.1.8, Cashier.
T.J. KKKTII, Assistant Cashier.
F. Dross, Cairo; William Klaes. Calm;
I'eter NelT, Cairo; William Woff, Cairo;
!- '"t'fl;h. H. L Bllllnitsley. Ht. Loiila;
K. Under, Cairo; J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
ACENERAI, HANKIXCI Ill'KlNEWS DONK. Ex
chunve sold and bought. Interest paid In the
Mavluya Ileparlment. Collections made and all
business promptly attended to.
rjMlE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. V. HAI.I.IDAV. President
II. I.. HAI.I.IDAV. Vice Preside nt.
S. STAATI TATUIIU w. P. IIAf.l IDAT.
IIILXIir t. IIALI.III4T. n. II. I.TKNIMJHAM.
O. II. WIMIAVMIM, STKI'lltX II I III I.
II. II. CAXbKI,
Exclmiitfe, Cnin nml I'ulteil Slates UoiitN
IKiK.HT AND WU.I).
I)epolts received ami a z-iiersl l.au'slui: business
JNTEUPULSE SAYINGS HANK,'
Cliartereil Miircli 31, loC.K.
0FICfc IS CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on deposits March 1st and Sep.
teinber 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added Im
mediately t the principal of the deposits, then-hy
irtviut; them coiupouud lntemst.
(('Iillilrrnnnil married Houien may ileim.lt
money anil no one ulse ran draw It.
WALTER 1IYSLOP. Tkeasckek.
WATCHKH. JEWELRY. ETC.
Edward A. IJuder
(Successor lo E. & W. Under),
And Dealers In
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. riirhtli St. and Washington Ave.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between Commercial nnd I ! t,n Til
Wushlnnton aves., I (111 t. 111.
FINE WATC1IW0RK A SPECIALTY.
f fr-Eiiirmvlii); and all kinds of rcpnlriug neatly
Jr'All kinds of Bolld Jewelrv made, to order.
OYSTERS AND FISH.
Wholesale md retail denier in
OYSTEBS AND FISH,
Oysters in Bulk and Can, Sea Fish,
Native Fish, Celery mid Game.
Particular attention paid tn orders from abroad
aud all stock K"arauteed whin shipped.
Decorative Paper Hanger
P A I NTEB !
A HPRCIAI.TY MADK OF
Oluzing and KalHomining.
Leave Orders it Bnrday'i or Tirker'a Book Store.
A GREAT' OFFER FOR
will dnrlnir tho HOI.IDAVH dlspnsr of II
LOW prlrea for cash. Hplendld Oruana, H 5 seh
r'i whu nun nas ami I'nupiiv mrat.
"" ?!'.J. 'i'1 14.1' 1 :Jfl' f O' tavo all llosewooii
'" 1 1 a uo no, warranted ror six years.
Aorntm VV antrii. lllustraUid Catalogues Milled.
. piKw. lUMlAl r. WAJ HltHAHONN,
H.lillfiif.nriM ...J l..ul... An L... ..... l. '
- , w nmni lim Ol. n, l
WHAT EMINENT NT. LOUIS NIY.SK.'IANN ha V
I'hmvkntatIvn or MAi.AHiA.-Colden'i Mrble'
hjtract of lleef und Tonic Invlfrorntnr Is a very
when lonlca are required, beliiK toleraUd when
other forma of animal food are rejected, In Din-
tllUrlll. AlOI... AlMluriu) k-.u.. V - . 1 .
.-cm, .iiiiinu ru.er, anil
every depressing diseue. Its use will be ittendea
Willi iri-i.ut u.'.. i . ... ,. ...
. 7 """"'-. " nave urescnoen u Willi
M.V lent success: J. II. Leslie, M.U.-.U. II. Coi.p,
. U.i H. II. I'rasona, M. I).: II. A. Vauulin. M. I) :
urs. B. i,. nnd J. C. tildnlrl; Win. I'orler ,M. It.,
J!(.r, ' ' " 1,rultl,'l"' B"d (iro
Matthew Ilale'n New Book.
. . ' . e-'""" ui.-ii noo women an-
alyxrit. Mrael portraits of A. T. CiT L' T k lirit
Vanuciiiiilt. llsNsarr. etc I fi V i It 1 ,
I .dm IiritllllllAllf nnM.tna m.... ....I
iue sniiinMou 01 me season, row is tlii lime for
M! FATS10 ''c,lr' le,rr,l"rr. Addresa for
American riiblihiii( Co. lis Kuudolph Hl.,'chli'su
5 Falling Sickness
I'OHITU KLY CI'RKD, the worst rascsof the long
est slnndliiH. by U.Iiil' I) It. IIKIIHAKII'H Ct ItK
"NO lll'MRI'ti." IT HAS I JiKIl TIIIH
HAMJK. WILL ftlVK I1.IM) KOR A CASK IT
WILL ISOT IlKSKKIT. A sninple bottle free I
all iddresslnif .1. K. DII1MLKK, Cbeuiist, tlfflcs
j.ijo nroaaway, M-w iork.
A ar.. hiji .! u I'.nl.oslll F.II
;r mad. At o-ir hlu. arlp cvls nail li rlowlr
IbIisirI on hfcrlor rnt. m, ,..( j.,,', i
vn sti r plo. Bolit ,j all -.. Oi l fw lunuk)
" l" C -a -A'.iu)oa Co.. atfrs. I'sicrsbiug,
KI'tCKt ""'t-oti -Jil rt.va lii'cstmrulnf Clfui
vl ')''' lu Western I nlou. Nov.mb.-r 4. Ol""
i niponiunai reiurns every srrk ou stuck options o
. Vl. . i. . tutt.
tifll.-lnl Reports snd Circular. Kree. Addn-ss.
T I'.irreu Wh.iit & Co., Hankers, :tt Wall hi., S T
4 tiKNTS WANTKI.-Kor ftie best n fs.t.-si
a. m-niiiK rici.iriai Hunks anil l!lhle. 1'rlces re
du.xilx.1 p.r.enl. Address Nat. Tub. Co., I hlct(
A"A IAY to A perils rniivnssitiir for tho KiHasnsJ
-mm ,,.,...n. eiw.lUU UUIll. ir.'O. AUOrCSS, l'
V O. VICKKIlV, Auu.ta, Maiue.
.)KAXl'Y CAKOS, with name. Inc., pllnorold
--.iKeni" mum, im, lau aiyua. nun a co
Hudson. .N . Y.
)A Miied cnnls, Hno flake. Llama. k, &r
aliae. w Hi tisiiie. lOr
at inkier A I u
Nassau, N . t .
JllVKli CAUIS.wltU name, PI cents. Ap-nt
outlll 10 cu. L. Jones Co.,' .Nassau, X. Y.
TO A OVK UTILE I!S.-Send fur our Select List
Local M-spiers. hen rree on application. Ad
dress tiKO. 1. iloWKI.LCO., 10 bprucs hi., N.
If v ou are suffering fron
Loor health, or Unguis!
Inf ou a bed of sickuesfj
taae cuwr, lor
will Cure you.
If you are simply allliiK
dispirited, Kllhnut clear
If(l Ititt.TM Will
If you ire i minister
sell with your iiastorlal
out with care ana work, I
JII lmt.'i'H will
If you are a man of bus
tralu of your everjdaj
tera. tolling over your
Hop Jlittoi'H will
If yon are youug, in.:
rretion.or are iron inf loo
if you feel weak anal
y kuow 'Ing why.
L.tfl havi. f.vprtait a,,
'iwvica, or uiuiuvr o -S
iness, weakened by th
lutles; or a man of let
ulTerlr.2 from any ln.ll
last, as u often the case
Hop HUUth will
ltellevo yui. '
If you ire In the work
desk, anywhere, and fee
cleansing. tuuin)or stlm
-hop, on the farm, at Mm
i hat your system nwikj
Hallux, wuuoui inioi
What you NismI
1 Iip IlittorH It-
If ou are old. and your
Ipulse la fechle, fuui
ii.-rvea unstcauy.aua yoclr
Hop j:itt-rs win
ulvoyou now lili
AND PAIN RKLlKt.
Try IIUI'COUGII CURK
Kor Sale hy all
Ml'TUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SliBSTmTK FOB LIFE ISSUR
WIDOWS' &. ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Societ1.
OnrnnlMMl July lttli, 1077, I'mlcr tho Lawsn
the SUtu of Illinois, (,'opj righted July
!), 1877. umler Act of ('onerom.
WILLIAM KTRATTON, I'hukiiiiint.
Mils. P. A. TAYLOR, Vn riiKsmN
J. A. UOLDHTINK, TiiKAsi'iiiiH.
I)b. J. J .GORDON, Mrn. Auviaon.
THOMAS LEWIH, BinirrAKV.
HOARD OK MANAOKIUt:
J. J. GORDON, rhvalclail i riro. Ills
Mrs. I". A. TAYLOR, Hiiperliitendcnt or
8cho)ls, Alexander County "
Mrs. li. C. KORD, Variety llracket btom, "
J. A. UOLDHTINK, of (ioldslliia A Ro
aonwater, Wholesulu und Retail Dealcra
In Hlatilo and Fancy Dry Goods........ "
N. II. THIHTLKw6ol). of lllnklo
Thlstlowood, CommlHslon Merchants,
...... , Vut.ta "
li.HbOII ouo l.nintAM . -- . .
8. 1). AYKRH. of Ayora Co., Cominli- I
Inn Merchants " "J
THOMAS LKWIH, Insurauce Mauiger
and Attorney it Law..... .v.'v
WM. HTRATTON, of Btrnttou A Bird,
GKO. M, ALDKN, Commission Mi
chint, 7B hto i.evee .-
,IAH. H. RKARDKN. Agent Mississippi
Valley Tnnsportatlou Company " "
IlARItlSON llOl l'T, Watchmaker md .
Jeweler " " '
CHAM, K. STUART, Wholnsiile md He I
tall Dry Goods and Notlona " "
EDWARD A. Ill DKU, Maiuifuetiirliig
Jeweler ind Wholesale Dealer In .
Watchmakers' Tools and Materials.... ' "(
KDWIN R. KGNKW, Proprietor Hi. '
Charles Hotel i
IIAZKN LKIU11TON, Commission Hot- '
ohant , " , "I
Dr. KDWARD R. ROK. U. M. Marshal
Houthurn District Illinois Hprtngneld, III-
Mrs. 8. A. AYKIIH,. Villa Hhlga, "
Dr. R, 8. ORK.IIAM, Physician. . Indianapolis, In
J AH, M. OKLAri', , Real Kstato ,
Agent '. Kenkuk, lows
Rev. DAVID C, WKLL8, Melhodlrt i
Minister Grind Junction, Tent
J, R.Gl'LLKY Mrrchiut Uvrldm, Mhi