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THE DAILY CA1H0 BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KrKUV LOIINIXtf flllDIIIAT riCKlTIUI.
ofliv: liulletln Bnllillnjt, Wellington Avenue
H ii I) r I p t i o ii Jtiitos:
Pally tdollvcr't'. r carrier) per week $ 8.1
lly ii.nit tin advance? one year 10 00
mi nioulh. 6 tW
Three mouth U t
Ouv muuth 1 W
Itv mill (In advance) ttuv year $ 4 00
Nl iiiuiiiIih 1 00
Three month. 60
TocLib. of inn and ovortper ropyi 1 60
rutat 111 nil ca.e. pr-Hlil.
A. tl v or t i w I n K ltntom
Find In.erlinii. per .quart' $1 00
Suh.eu.'.icitl In.ertlon.. iir fu,uare ftO
k'ur una o'k, ir u.tiar 3 00
For two necks per .quart) 4 50
f or three week. I l
Forono mure a 7 00
KacaaJditijiialfQuart1 4 00
Mrt tn.crtloo, per fiiuurt) $ 1 00
Stibfcqucnt uit.Tlltvm jt'
Ktjrlit line, of wild nonpnri'il constitute a .quart-.
Hi. plated adertlcmciil will be eharevd accord
ing Io the .pace oitioe-iod, at above, rate. there bc
Inr twelve linen oi' nUd typo m the inch.
To rvirnlar trtwrlltt'-'r we oiler miprrior Induce
ment., tiotrt a. to mil . of charge unit manner of
ilitpluvlii; their tavor..
Lociil uotico. twt'i ly cent pi'T line fur flirt tn.cr
'.litn: ton cent. Jkt li'ie for mi'li aiib.cqueul iu.rr-
Communication, ir.ion .ubjcrt.nf ircneril tntt ret
(o the public ar- ul nil lime. ai-CpjilaliU. licjoitod
luaim-i ripi will no! be returned.
IrtliTf nil roniiii.iiiif.ition. .Iiould be addrcod
'Cairo Bulletin. Cuiro. Illinois."
1 t.'tp'.i-t 'irt'ulat. on of uuy Daily in
. Houthom lllinoiH. j
Only Morning D.iily n Southern Illinois
OITICAL TAPER OF AIEXANOEK COVNTY.
M.U. H.ui'oM, Kilitor.
A n.ui.uoAD from Sat. Aitt.mt.i, Texas, to
tlu city of Mexico, would be a grand
c mini rcial achievement for the United
Tun M.ismc Journal, a leading Uepubli
can pap:!r of this ilistrit, say : "We hoar
Judge Mutkcy favorably spoken of as a can
diiluto for Supremo Jude. Judge Mulkey
would c;rt:in!y make a:i cxullent Supreme
Jml S and bin opinions would command
tin rfuriect u:td admiratimi of the ablest
lawyers of our country."
lI.iviNci just completed the reading of an
extract from IngersoU's lecture on the mis
takes of Mono, a zealous Uible detender
remarked, that a man ti':ldo:n finds out that
the Uible is not true, until he discovers that
Ids life is in direct contradiction to its
teachings. Always after that, it is, in his
view, a book that wont begin to stand tho
test of scientific scrutiny.
M'e have refrained from mentioning the
theft or loss, on the last day of the last s -s-i-iou,
of the portion of an appropriation bill
which related to the Arkansas Hot Springs.
It h; now taken the shape which neuily
all tha legislative foulness of the last ten
years his taken. A earpvt-bag congress
man u charged by United States ntUcers
with having committed the theft, lie ile
ries it, of course, and sks for and is graut
cd o coinntittee of senatoi-s to inquire into
the matter. The investigation is now, in
Ok all the numberless fina'iciiil nu as
urty s: far propo.s !.!, it is likely only a
few will h? heard from hereafter. The one
that seems likely to be favorably considered,
perhaps w ith amendments, is that which
nnthoriiees the issue of government certifi
cates of deposit bearing a low rate of in
terest, convertible w ithin a year into 4 per
cent bonds, the money received by govern
ment to be used in retiring 6 percent bonds.
There are, questions of importance as to
some of the details of the bill, but there
seems to be u doubt such a lii.-a-urc lois
nnnmroua frh-ads ia b ith pirttis. It will
not be much dis.-'is-. d, h iw-ver. until at: t
JlilKlK Mn.KKV has occasion to feel llat
tcriid by tin- ni-mner in which the sugg-'s-tioo
of his candidacy for a ae.u! on the su
preme b-nch, has been received, (luite all
tho ii"wsp,ipers ,,f the Eighteenth congr.'S
mn district have noiiccd his candidacy,
and every one of tin m in terms of the
warmest eoinaictidation. The Jonesboro
OureUoe, the Mmiiid City Journal ami I'a-
triot, tlie Metropolis Times, Journal mi l
. i . . i.i. . . ..
:miri.'ti, lilt! iioniistin itiutity .lournal, the
Carbondale I'ree lbess and Observer, the 1
Murphysboro Era and Independent, t'n
Marion Press, the (iolcoiuhi lVni'icrat -all
these sheets have been outspoken and lavish
in their praise of Judge Mulkey 's great
ability us a lawyer af?.l jurist; and honest
ta their declaration that he is the proper
man to bike up the crmi.ie that was so late
ly laid down'hy the lamented llroose. No
innn ever out-red th,. ,., f,,r im 0jiif(.( j
Houtheru Illinois, who received a heartier
K'Jul otr than thut w hich has been extended
by the press to Judge Jobu II Mulkey, of
Till-: Republicans of the United States
Heu'vte ure alxutt to engage in a dangerous
gamo a game in which, after the 4th of
March next, thai) im-ients will hold all the
trump. They ure reviving the (pient'ion of
ttr. right of Senator Ilutler, of South Caro
lint, to hold his neat, Uutb.T was seated on
liia prima tacio right; yt the Republican
,.., e,i.f commiuce reM,rt
that he was not cl-cted by a legal legisla- j
lure; tint the miserable convocation of ,
ftallawags and thieves that diss!,, ,t,d like
..;....'... ..r i... u .
mist before the Buiihl.ine, tho moment tho
four dozen 1". 8. soldiers wero withdraw
from Clmrleston tlcit this vlllnimma botly
was t!ie tnio ami lawful lcgixluturu of
South Carolina, nml Hint, itUHtnuvh an it
elected" Corbin, Republican, Corbin and
not Htitler, is untitled to tlio Kent. Hut lot
Republican senators ou.it Uutler, if they
wish. If Democrats don't put that chuiieo
buck ti their own lips and nuiko them
tl) ink tin? bitter draught to tho very dregs,
wc are greatly mistaken in tha temper of
IVnwKTHtic senators. If Uutler is thrown
overboard now, in December next bo will
lie reseated, and Kellogg, who hasn't a
reasonable shadow of a claim to his seat,
will be tuml leil overboard to tituy.
What's tlie matter with the religious
piv.-s! That dnsa of editors are becoming
the must uproaiitius, pungent old jokers
ami wits of the times, ltc-ad the following:
We are roaring mini . Wu didn't et our copy of
the Infernal document. Meancat ienKe we ever
benril of. tiootl heaven ! Show u nonieboily who
want to belliked.-ller-ililaiid 1're.liyter.
Whoop! Hold our rout, .omchodyl Now, jrou
bald headed old reprobiite! Wro at you! New-
Kvery mail l a K'.nner In chnreb, but out of church
il In uunafti to nay much about it ccept to a .mull
man JVwcv Metbodirt.
Some think the illptuerlu l ot recent orlnln, but
It ru'l. The Uaptli-tK lmve had tlw dip theory ever
liiiv they Marted. Now you niiitint; uumkulls,
liowV that ? Saud.tonv Baptist.
Lookkks-ox in Washington, lu they Ue
publicans, Democrats, Grangers or Commu
nists, are compelled by the facts that fall
under their observation, to give Democratic
representatives credit for a sincere purpose
to let polities alone, and devote the present
session to the iusin ss of the country. Un
tier tlie spur of Democratic pressure, the
house has already pasyd several oppropriu
ti.ei bills, and is maturing others. If the
senate will b? equally prompt in its work,
the principal legislation may be over with
early in January. This would save the gov
ernment a great deal of money, as the lob
byists usually get their schemes through in
the last hurried hours of the session, when
the m iubers of lxth houses, being engaged
in tli.' work of giving final shape to bills
which must pass, have lesi opportunity to
watch those which ought not to pass. The
lobby js not now ready for its work, and
will not be for a mon'h or more. In the
m -.m time, let Republican representatives
imitate the example set them by the Demo
cratic side, give their undivided attention
to business, finish it up, and go home.
O.ne of our country exchanges illustrates,
by an anecdote, that "boys will be boys,
the world over.'' The accepted meaning of
this phrase is th.it there is a very liberal
supply of deviltry in our human nature,
that develops itself at un early stage of our
existence. It had a full development in the
boy that slyly put a chesuut burr under the
saddle of the parson's horse. Up to that
time th.' parson hud never known the ani
mal to ;i!ny a single trick; but now, all at
once, :uid most unaccountably, he put on
style, and pranced along the road in all the
apparent glory of military ecstasy. For a
singie limine ut the parson '.bought of selling
to a showy colonel of the army. After that
his attention was so concentrated on the
means of holding on, that he scarcely had
tim" t.i wish that b" had sold him before he
had acquired such spirited habits. All
this time that wicked boy was on the road
with fmg t in tn . uth, and apparent sympa
thy for the pardon's dilemma in his eye
but enjoying tin- prance, "ten hundred
turn's," us he cxprcsM'tl it, "more'n the par
son did." Wo looked all over the paper
from whic h this anecdote is borrow'ed, cx
pectin:.' to I'ud (hat the bey who could play
such a prank on a parson, had come to
som tiling bud; Imt greatly to our astonish
ment, and to the utter destruction ot the
moral of tlie anecdote, we found nothing
of th- kind.
THE IMTIATI VKTAKEN.
Mr. Springer, member of congress from
this Stat", has introduced a joint resolution
i H"US"' dir,'l lin that notice be
given to the Orioiin government, that tin
odious and tyranical lhnerott treaty be ter
niiinted, the very moment it may be, 'under
the terms of the treaty. This resolution
was referred to the committee on Foreign
Relations, just us a resolution of like char
actor was referred last session, and now it
remains to bu seen if this resolution, liko
that, fails to sec tho light of day again. It
will not be a safe or wholesome proceeding
on the pmt of the committee to repeat the
trick of the lust session. Their delinquency
will be made to ring to tho very heavens.
This is too serious u matter to bo unceremo
niously throttled in the committee room,
for it involves the rights of five millions of
Oornmn-American citizens rights thnt
have been abridged by a treaty made in
defiance of the very spirit ol our whole
constitution. Ry this Infernal Hancroft
treaty the American government has con
sented that millions of its subjects shall, on
ttu'soii of (lermaiiy, be regarded ns Inferior
to any other people on the glob-, that they
may he stripped of their rights, denied their
immunities, .md their boasted citizenship
of tho Great Republic le stricken down, as
if it wero a thing that invited derision and
contempt, instead of the honor of every
people, and the quick protection of tho
government that conferred it. No gentle
men. You must not smother the Springer
joint resolution, if you do you will hear
ESSENTIALLY SUNDAY READING.
The English and American conventions
of learned philologists and theologians who
ure engaged in tho work of revising the
Bible, will probably submit their rrqiort to
the public sometime during tho year 1879.
The labors of the revisers have been prose
cuted under conditions of profound secrecy,
ami no ollieial intimations have ln'cn given
of the conclusions arrived at concerning
certain important doctrinal parages that
ure known to be in dispute. i
It has long been the opinion tf learned
theologians that the King James' Rible
abounds in grave errors in trnifJatinn, in
faulty passages interpolated by translators,
ami iu passages rendered obsetirl or mean
ingless by changes that have beili wrought
in the English language. The fiooiogieal
editor of the New York Sun s iys, ih;it w hen
the present version of the Rible was made,
over three hundred ami fifty years ago, tho
translators had but scanty materials upon
which to work, and only one of ths seventy
translators possessed a thorough knowledge
of the Hebrew language. This being true,
there is, with the light the ninetem.th cen
tury affords, no cause for surprise tlat they
were often at fault in the interpretation of
what we term the original text. Since that
time many of the early manuscripts
have been found, and there is nothing pre
sumptious in the remark thut biblical mid
linguistic knowledge have advanced ill a
wonderful degree, as have our means of re
search ami comparison. I
The time was when the man was lot
safe in his life or person, who declared t)at
the Rible was not essentially and cntirly
the word of God. Now, the w isest Chs
tians in the world confess that it contains
spurious passages, interpolations made by
disputatious Christian fathers, and, as before
recited, grave faults in the translation.
And, Tccognizing the existence of tluse
faults and errors, the question arises, what
shall be done with them? The assembling
of the present Anglo-American revisory
board indi 'ates the answer. If there had
been no purpose to exclude the spurious, to
weed out the tares, there had been no con
vention. The time is coining, and the wise
men of the church are preparing for it,
when no man will build his faith on an un
certain or disputed foundation. The de
mand, even of the present hour is, that if
the Uible is to be taken as the guide, the
supremo arbiter in matters of faith and
morals, it must not remain confessedly
faulty, but be purged of everything which
our highest earthly authority may declare
not legitimate. This will continue to be the
lemand of thinking people, antl the
numb'T of these is multiplying marvelotisly.
Hut tlu re are others, and some of them
among the clergy, who cry out most lustily
against the omission of anything, although
its spiiriotisiiess may be proven by evidence
of Alpan height. Changes, they argue,
will impair confidence in the Uible, and, as
a consequence, confidence in its authority
as a rule of action and guide of faith.
These proti sts are made by men who cer
tainly forget thut what the wisest of cur
theologians and linguists are doing to-day,
is what men with less wisdom and fewer
materials, did about three hundred anfl fifty
years ago; and in proportion with tie in
crease of wis loin the men of to-day bring
to their aid iu the prosecution ol their
work, in that proportion should be tftr in
crease of confidence in ami veneration for
the fruits of it. The Uible cnUiot be
harmed by eliminating unqiicstiomjhlc er
rors from its pages. Could such Changes
work injury to it, the Protestant lathers,
who threw out whole' books as apocliryphal,
would certainly have destroyed it. ! Truth
truths that will stand unshaken before
all the assaults of skepticism and infidelity,
seem to bo the aim of the Anglo-American
board. If this aim is accomplished by
them, if the truths of the Uible are made
to stand out in their purity, imbsciirod by
the "cobwebs" of the ;iges, then, indeed
can it be sai I that the Christian church is
founded upon a rock, and the gntci of hell
shall not prevail against it.
An Astomsiiino Fact. A large propor
tion of the American people uro to-ilay Mif
fering from the ellects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of those iliseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuuble
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness, There is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists anil your friends, and
try one Untie of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief Is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have l'en given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults in every case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst eas ', I'ositivi ly sold by
ull druggists on the Western Continent.
TO.W ItKSTAt RANT.
0TTO tt FOGASSI'S
Conducted on the Kuropenn plan,
Ket tho tlnent
utile ol nny uouw iu Hie i lly
for month or week, to reifiitur people
conuei'leiwitli the renliturioit Is I lie
J-'INKHT HAJi IN M'HJiJ CITY,
Supplied with the Choice.! Wine, uiid Lienor..
Mixed Drink, a Specialty. IteMiiiirant anil
Kaloouopcn at All Hour., Day aud Nubt.
Doalor in IrersJ t "MoMt.
JlcHwi'oii W.-iMiinitoii nml Com
mcifiitl Av, iiitioitilnx ItitunyH.
T' EKl'S for salt: the best fleef, fork, Mutton, Veal,
l.ionb, Sau.ujje, Ac, an l l prepared to serve
fain i lie. In an aceejittitile manner.
I'ROrRIETOR OF SRROATS PATENT
Wholesale .Dealer in lee.
ICE HY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car .L.o:ul.s i frspocialty.
o k y i :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
CKOCL'U.H AND COM MISSto.V MKItCIIANTS.
STItATTON Si EIIU),
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGENTS AMERICAN P0WDERC0.VII''V
V,'. stb.vttun. Cuiro. T. Roil). Micourl.
TAlNTs. t,us. WML VWV.lt. KIT.
. F. ELAKE,
Window Gliuss, Window Sliiuics, Etc.
A'.rwty. on hand the cetebrut'-d n.i.i min atinh
BroV BulMln?, Com-1
ini'ii liil Aie f
MtY (i 00 1 IS. KTC.
Tin largest wholesale and retail I'r
Goods ami Clotliiiig" House in this City ;
tire rccciviiur now Goods daily u ml ure
olleriug great bargains in the most hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL ( LOTUS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres. Hon
ret ten, and a grout i.iany oilier new
sJylcH of Dress Goods, Vans, Kte.; in
fact In every department of their luisl
miss, they cortlinlly iuvlk1 the public
to fill 1 ntid sec their stock.
Eighth Street, near Coiiiinercidl Avenue.
V. RESCH, Puoi'itiKion.
HhvIiik .tinted u flr.tclu.. Iliiketv. unit iliii tl s
first cla. St. Ltiiil. baker In chiuee, I am prt fitred
CAKES OK KVKIIY 1'K.scllll'TloN,
from tha plitlni'Ht to the inot etnbui-iite kliel. Mill
able tor weilillnu'.. bills, etc,; al.o all kind, of
liresd, I'le. and I'HHtry. at the very Itme.t rule.,
dnleiti Mill bo promptly tilled, A delivery wiiinm
will run dully to all purl, of ine t hy for the ureuiii
tueilitlbvi til cie'liiiiinr.
A .limit of the public'. p,ttron.ie.i' I. iUclO'tt, it n n
t OMMUItCIAL AVK.Hwoen FIFTH ami
SIXTH STS., (.MHO, 11,1..
1 1 (iKNK-xilOKIMl a .peiiiliy. Itepnlriiii; of ull
tlcu, at the lowest po.Mhle ol,
Kino, ol ven e ih flmiii .-ul V .ml .
ALEXANDER COjNTY RANK,
Conimercial Avcnue'aml Eighth fdrcet,
F. TlIiOHS, l're.ideit.
1. Mil r Vice I'reil'lent.
II. WKI.I.H. Ca.hitr.
T. J. KLIi I'll, A..i taut Cashier.
F, llro., Cairo; Wlllnni Kluee. 'Hlro;
I'eler NefT, Call-in W lllaiu Wolf, Cuiro;
C, M. Ii.lerb.h, K.I, nilllnir.le)-. St. Louie;
Ii. Ilutler. Cairo; J.y. clem.uu, I'aledoiilu.
I lia.. O.I'aller,
A OENKIIAL IIAMsIN ) llfSISESS DONK. fx
i chimue.tiU antl bumbt. Iiitfre.t paid In Ibe
Sav ni;. llepiiiinu'iit. (ollertioii. unttlo and ull
bii.lne.. prouipll)- atteoik-d to.
rjUIE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. P. IIAI.I.IDAY, I'r.'.l b to
M. L. IIALLIDAY. ire -I're.ideiil.
WALTI-.ll 1IVS1.0I', l a-bbr.
. .TAATfl T.lVUlll. . r. ll.ll.UOAT.
iiriuv l. HAixiiiAV, n. a. tcj.MM.iua,
u. U. U'li.i.uMmiN, ili-lir: bull),
II. II. ' llllll.
Kxehiinrp, Coin and I'liitcd States Iioml.s
llOt tillT AND StlLI).
Detin.it. received and a zei.i rnl banking 1u.lc.
JNTERPRISE SAVINGS RANK,
Chartered Miireb 31, lilCJ.
0F"ICIs IX CITY NATIONAL RANK,
('nipt i, Illinois.
1 NT E BEST paid on deM..it. Min h lt and Sep
1 tciiilvr l.t. Iritt rt-.t tint Hlllidriwn i addeil Im
nieiliui, y l the prinrlp.il of the il''' l!.. tiierrby
elvinj; Un in compouod intt re'l
tif Children antl married vtniiieii muj deposit
muiit'Y and no one else run draw it.
WALTER IIVSLOP. Tueacikkk.
WATCH KS. JKWKl.UY, KTC.
Edwaim) A. Jh;jEK
(Siircemr to E. & W. Budei i,
MAMFAl Tl'lMNG JEWELEI.',
Aud Dealer. In
Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Eighth St. and Washington Ave.
AV.itc.lmiakcr it .lewolor
NO. 10 K1GIITII STREET,
Hi tw.en t iiiiimeri'lnl nml I
FINK WATC1IW0IIK A SPECIALTY.
f"Eii((r;ivlne und all kind, of repairing n nt'y
t t'.e" All kind, of Solid Jewelrv made to order.
OYSI'KKS AND FISH.
Vhuii--jle nnrl retitll di-iller la
OYSTKKS AND FISH,
OyMcri In llnlk and Can, Sea Fih,
Native Fish, Celery nnd (ianit.
I'nrthntnr attention paid Io ortb'r. from abroad,
and all .lock Kti.iraiitetid whin ahlpped.
t EFF. CLANK,
Decorative I 'a jut Hunger
P A I NTEII !
A SPECIALTY MADE OF
Ctla.inp; nod KalMomiriinur;.
Leave Outer, nl llun-lny f ur l'orkpi'f Dunk Stum,
NKW AD VFUTISKJJ ENT3.
A OFFER FOU
1 1 OLID A. YS ! ! !
im"i J,'u ,lur1l'lKh" HOLIDAYS dlspci of HID
vo H, "'i1 """A " KXTItAOHDINAKY
LOW hrlei. for ca. i. MiiIimhIIiI ii u n .. . .
lof reed.. Ji,J, with Sub On. and Couple,' )
2 M't. tj VI 1 m,l kill I ..... ,. i .. .. T I
i.i , . ... L . v . ' ' ff'"'' v.. in i-un iiii.tiwoou
l'iano. Hill, 7 1 11 do 8140, warranted for SIX year,.
Vi . . . ooi.triiteti i itiiiioifue. Mailed.
Mu.lcal half pilet... lloHAt'K WATKUH AHONh!
il tnulaetiirer. ami Denier.. 40 lia.t 141 U St. N. Y.
WHAT KM IX K.N T ST. liOt l-J PHYSICIANS SAY.
l'KUfr.NTATIVK i,t MAI.AIIIA.-C'olllen'l l.fiblit's
Kutruet iif ileefiinil Tiiiile luvli;orittor I. a very
Oi-reealile urlltlti of (,., .i p.inieiilarly ui'fui
Mlifli lonles ru rt(i'lied. living tolerated wht-ii
other form, or aiiliinti food are n-Jet.-ied In liln
tliirui, Aeno, Muhiriul l-virr. Typhoid Fever, and
every tlepre..liut iiu,;,,,,.. it. uu will be allentled
ullli ereat ntlvantaze. Wo have pre.crlbetl li wilh
exce leiit.ticee..: J. II. I.e.,., j.I).;(i. ii. Copp.
M. I).; S. JC 'rii.on. M. ).; (. A. Vauehn, M. b :
Dr.. S. L. mid J. C. Nltb lel; Win. I'om r M I)
mill many oUier.. Soitl by all Jinijje.lala and tiro
u mete 1 in
Matthew Hale's New Rook.
l.lM) i roinliient per.on.-mcn and women
filyaieO. Sreel portrait, of A. T. C''.'tl' A rn
VAMiKlia.l.T, IKNKTT, etc I 1 I 11 Allil ,
I'bi! .I'li.ntlon of the .ea.nii. Now ia the Unit fur
Ati'KV'IX'" K,'tur" '''"Itory. Addre.i for
"OH.' aiCiiey tlrtiilir. anil term.,
American l'liMI-lnne. i o. llo l:uinlolpli St., CklckK
i- ij.U) railing Sickiies.s
POSITIVELY Ct'IiED.tbe vtnr.tea.tf of the Ion
f.t .tanilii.i;. by luii,e l)K. Ilr.Jtl'.ALD'S CI HI?
"NO lit VlltC." IT II AH CUtED THOtl
SANDS. WILL tilVK (1,000 KOIt A CASU IT
WILL NOI' IIKNEKIT. A, .ample bottle free !
all illre..lii J. K. DIIUILEE, C'beuil.l, tiBlct
l,W llroadway, New York.
ItTnr l, 1 lijltiil f:us .1 Ccntr.-.l-.l l.lilitiD fur
Am cAiri ,y ftl t trj'f ,tt a d U'tVtg eAur-
' i,l tatttt .i.,1 a-t fl,,i ,. Ti.i Li toUen
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Itnitair.l ta l.:fVVf in..).. tl J Hm
on rrnM(, Stil t . ill eWt .. S- I for n-ntM
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OlOtIO We-.rn 1 nl.m. Noveu.bri OHIO
I'mptirtluLal rt lurnt ever, i.e-i. ou .u k option, of
f"'. tit-. . yit)
Oflb lal lie;tirt tuitl Cinulr, Frt-f. Addre...
T I'orrait Wiiiiit A Co., (laiiker.. :"j Wall t., N.T.
4 (iENTS WA?i'TET - For the be.t arid fa.ttVt
J H'llliiR I'iriorbil Htm!,, and liiblea. I'rieta re.
dueii;ti ptrcitil. Af.tiffiNat. I'ub. Co., Cbirag-
."A DAY t'l Airenu t-ani.i..int' nr the Koiuaat
,Vi.nnn. Term, km! mum ,'ree Arttlr ... i'
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) -FANCY CAIIDS. wiih name. 10c., pb.ln or pi. Id
-Mi;.-i.t o'.'Oit, l'kj. 1 jo tyk.. Hull A Co.,
Iluit.iin. N . V
j Mixi-d c.ird.. SnowBhUr. Damuk. Ac. Nl
'"alike, vmh tame, Inc. .1. Ho inkier A (
41 MIVKD CAED.-.wllh name, l-i tt-tit.. Aeinf,
' ' ouitl lutl.. I. Jour Co. N. -o-.au, N. Y.
TO AI'V EKTILEK.i. Send for our Si ltt l I.l.i of
Loral Ni",pj,..r. Svt free ou a;i',lieut:ii!i. Ad
dt. l.KO. J. ItOWtLl.ttCO., Pt .".pruee St ,N. T.
vali;aiii,ki''1i: i iif
IftouarfHill'Timrfron P;nKir health, or lai.eti. .
In,' on a bed of .irkiiewstake t b.-t r. fer
I ltI Hi I lorn Bwill Ctiri' jtm.
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rli.piriltd, wlihont clear 1 y knowli wb,
Hop Jlitti'CH wiltltifvi v 3-oti.
If yen ire a Mini-U'r 0 md have ovi-rlmed tour
iiilk .. or a uinttii-r wru
un I vtllli rare and hork.
J top 1 ;it torn wil.
.ne-a, wiukcnid by tl,!
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-St ii-ritil licti j on.
iiff. rli if from any lieti.
..if I. a. i. iiluu 'm laec
-hop, ou the fa mi. at th
lial your .v.ii-iu tenia
jluliiu'. vrili'.oiil inUm
If mi art a man of bu.
.lr:iii of your evtrydat
li r. toiling ou r you:
J lop Hit ti'PH will
If tou are runni:, ale
rn tluii.orarertmiiii; 0.
Hop Hitti'i' will
If toil ar- in tl.e uurk
i'- Si. auiwherf, aud ft--r.
1-n.iiie, lulling or .tun
J Ioi Hit torn hlWhitt vim Ntinl
II leu are o!tl, ami ynuia min! la f' t-be-. lojr
in :m un. I-, ady .aud yo'l'l'iictt!tli a anlne,
Hop ItittfiH willBiiv' iu iu'W lili
I iilltl i;.e.
j IHiI'Cot till (TTtlBlN'I) I'AIN HEL1EK.
I Fur Sale by al J.lrui'el.if.
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kkktii,
j I.fUltKTIi Till
! Jfoyai ('iiiintliiui 1;!:?,!.
r.l'itivll l(U'l"l (Of Toronto. CanV
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MMIi-illntHro and M irlne (Miilvllle, N. J.)
.Ullltlllt. ( A
t (Of Jieti York Clttl.
Pni.ni MOf 1'hllaiMphla; i-lnbll-hed Iu 1KM )
I II It ell f Ai-.cOt, J:;iMt,J.ii.
Ii tittl1 (Of Dayton. O I.
(WlYVMI 1 0f rrw'",rt' ,:i V
to I liltlll , a.., t. fi.v..K".5n.
KISKS WliPlTEN AT FA1U HATES.
Xltt'i'in Aliviantli'i" County Hank.
HYF.IMl ANIl Cl.KANINd.
LACK CUAVE VEILS,
NO MATT Ell HOW LD, lU'PTY OH KAIK,
Ite-Djetl and IircsKed Kqnal to Now
KAHTON f. ')
4tt WEST FftTIITH STI'EET. CINttlNNATI.
Hrorder. rif three yar.l. oT Criipn or upward
returned rr.n of lai'itK.a muiuiiT.