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VOLUME X. CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDMiaDATSAPML 2:1, 1879., NF.W rpptpq
OFFICIAL DIKCCTOKT. I NEW GTN SHOP. 1 " D1V1. j "J . ' '
- " . I .in..-i. VFCPTIVV I
Mayor Henry Wluter.
Treasurer B. P. Parker. '
Clerk-J. B. Phllll.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marehal-C. D. ArUr.
Attorney W. y. McUee.
Polite MagUtrale-J. .1. Bird.
KURD OP ALriCIOUS'.
Hlrat Ward tieo. Vocum. Wm. (I'lJtUhiN.
Hecond Ward-Wood liitU-nhou.e,N- M- Thiotle-
Third Ward-W. P. Wright. John tfood.
Ponrth WardL'hrle O. fittlir, V- J- Foley
fifth Wird-T. W. Uulllday, Chan Laiicaater.
Circuit Jiidtrp-O. A. Hark--.
Cin.ult Ulerk-J. A. Kerve.
Cuuuty Judge It. H. Yortim.
County Clerk S. J. Ilumm.
County Attorutiy-V. C. MulUey.
!ounly Treaaurer-A. J. Aldeu.
Coroner- It. KiUgeraiC.
County 'ommliontir T. W. lUlllday, II. V
Brown. Samuel Ilrilev
A KliK'AN M. K.-Kourteintll itrct-t. between
iV W alnut and Cedar ctreeta; nervice Sabuatb 11
a. ui. aud :;j0 p. in.; Sunday suiool p, ui.
CHKIKTIAN-KI(;hteulh atret; mei-tin" Sab
both 10 p. m.; preaching tKaiionally.
C WHICH OK T1IK RKDEEMEIMRHOP!)
J Kourbtenlb atrial; Morning prayera (habnaih)
a. m.: evening prayer, ? :: p.m.; habbitth
acuool i a. in. Uer. St. J. JJIIIonl.cc, uector.
"LMItST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
X' Preaching at 18::) a. m., 3 p. m.. and ":: p. in.
Hahhalh aebool at 7::JU p. di. P.ev. T. J. Shore,
Il'THKRAN-Thirteenth street; nerriee Snlj
i bath II a. m. and 7 p. m.; Sunday athool a.
la. he. Durrmhiier, uator.
MKTHODIST-Cor. Kljrbth aud Walnut .tree!;
Pn acbiui! Sabbath lu:W a. m. and 7 p. rn
prayer meeting, Wednesday ":W p. ni.; bunday
hhuooi, a p. ni. kkt. a. r. Morrison, pa-lor.
IIUKSBYTKHIAN-Kighth street: pr-schiu on
1 Sahbath at 11:UU a. m. and :W p. in.; prayer
neeting Wednesday at 7:p. in.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Key. li. Y. George, pastor.
SECOND KKKE-WILL BAPTIST - Kirteer th
atrtt. between Walnut aud Cedar streets; aer
vices Sabbath at S and 7:.tt p. m.
ST. JOKKPM'S-Otouiau Catholic) Corner Cros
and W'alnat streets; ervires Hahhalb, 10:30 a.
iu. ; .Sunday School at t p. m.; Vespers A p. m.; ser
vrtcea every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATKK'KH-Kou)ao Catholic) Corner Ninth
atrcet and Washington avenue; aervice Sab
lib H aud 10 a. tn. ; Vespers S p. m. ; Pnudsv School
C p. m. ; ai-rvites every day at p. m. lie v. t'. Zabel,
ILLINOIS CKXTUAL It. It.
Shortest ami Quickest Uoute to
St. J '-on is and Chicago
rpilK onlr road runuinE two daily train from ( airo
1 uiaking dirert cuniiectioa witli Kantera llun.
THAIS I IV CUIIO.
1:10 p. m.: Kmi rtpre.arriiu in St. L(itii7:yi
p. tu ; Chicago ii 'jt a. ni.
1:10 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOI ISVILLK
Arriviuj In Clurinnati at 7:00 a. ni.; I.oa!ville,
7:ija. m.; Indianjpolin. 4:1.' a. iu. Pta'cnger by
ttiia tram arre at above points
12 TO 3li HOUriS IN ADVANCE
Of anv other mine.
7 . U p. m Kat Mail, with "leeperii attached, fur
I ,tJ sT. I.OLIS and CHR'AOo. arriving in St.
Loain al b ..Vi a. m : t blcao at 10:41 a. m . counei t
liia al Odin or Kttinbam for Cinclnna'i. l.iiuiviilc
FAST TIME EAST.
I K CrVI1 bv I'B" "n throng
;iooriVl Vilin u, the ntbout any
d:ay caused by Monday Intervening. The Satur
day afternoon train from Cairo arrive, in New York
Monday mornluK at I0:&. TUIrtt nix buuM iu ad
vance of anv other route.
KAdvertlementa of compelin; lines that they
make belter time than tM one are la.ued either
throufh iniorance or a dexlre to mixlead the public.
Kor Ihroucb ttcketa and iiilurmallon apply al l!li
ikmi Central Hailroad depot. Cairo.
TIIAINS AIMUVR ATCAIK0:
Kprea 'J: p.m.
Ma.J.... I:(ft m.
.IAS. JOHNSON. tieu'l Soutlie.n A-'t.
.1. II.JONES.Ti ket Aent.
(JAIUO & ST. LOUIS II. IJ.
U. AV. HM IT 1 1 KHS. It.H olv.T.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINK EETWEEN
CAIltO AND ST. LOC1S.
Tbrou(!li Kire leaven Cairo 1f:fi a.m.
Through Kxjir arrive al K. St l.oiii".. i.:4ti ji in.
Through Kipre-n leave K. St l.ixiiK.... S::ia.m.
Tlirmiu'h l.xprvi airlve at Cairo ri:l!tp.tn.
Mitrjibyaboroaeeomniodatiiiu b ave( alro .' I.'p.m.
M'i'phlioro Arc arrive at Murphy burn S:V p.m.
.Vitrphynhom Aec. eve Murphy boro . . ri:.Vip.ni.
Murphycboro Aec. arrive' all niro 1'! .V p.m.
The Cairo A St I onia K:iil lioid I the only all
Hail Home hclvteen Cairo mid SI. l.oui! under uu
wauanement, therefore Ibere are no delay at
way atatioti awaliln? connectloni' from other line.
Clone aud aure conn itloiial St. I.oni vtlthullier
liuea for North, Kl md Went.
I. A. N Al'OI.K. I. M. JOHNSON.
Aent. General wanaer.
M AUK) fc VI VCKN'XKS lt.lt.
j " '
OX UITLVTIIE SIIOKTRST UOITE TO
J7M1IVS1TIIK MIOUTKST To I.Ofls
l 01 1 UViCI II.I.K. CINCINNATI. DAI.-
riMOKK AND WASIIINOTON.
H IVTHK SIIOIH'KST TO INDIAN-
,Yb Ml liTin AP01.lt.PlllULEI.I'lllA,NtW
VOKK AND UOSTON
SIX nouns SAVED
jcr tnlna of all other routea making I lie anniu
lit" Paaaenwra bv otber riiiit'M to taiikii (otitic1
Uiua tniial ride all' uluht. walllnn from ona to ix
uiiira al auial) loutitry alntloii lot tmlua of ion
P IcM V IllOliTHK FACT and take imr 4 :4i
UlvAl r.iUDrjU R, ,, t,..n( reuchlnir Kvaii-
... . . ....... I l tl....l....ll u.I.I I ..Itlll'lll,. HU.l...
fllie, lNUIRIinMlll", V-llir.tulinil nuu ihb"mu rmu
v. Train leavo and iiri lvu at Cairo a followa:
Mall leave 4:11 a.m.
Mall arrive Ill:(l)p.ni.
TlirotiKU liiketa and chick ui an iinporinui
f, A.MII.l.KII HOSWELl-MllXKlt.
lien I ran. Aueni. iieneiai nnp u
li, II, Clltl lUjll. .Pj''UiP'.L.Ajfyiti.
DVF.1X0 AM) lU'.NOVATlXO.
rnru in n ci.otui-h
t' HI aHAUTtfl't.l.V
DYKI) OH 11KPAIUEU
Al n Trifling K.jpiiwi-r. 0. l. i
CItAS. SHKLLKY, SO. 30 KIUHTH ST.
.Udlu aud Ueati' ol4 hiti miJ. now
KEW GUN SHOP,
tomiuf rciiil Ave.. 'itJnUe Sf ve lull t.
CAIKO, : : : iM.INOlri-
Guns, I'LstoIs, Safes and LtM-ks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE BORING ON BREACH LOADING Gl'NS
All work riaranteed aatlfactory. at cheaper rate
hanoaube .g'li'i.njat aiiyother plaix- In the city.
WHOLKSAI.E WINLS AND LIQUORS
WLolffttlc tud Itt'lail Dealer Iu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind.-,
NO. UO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH 4 CO. have con.tantly a larSe
Mock of the beat Rood iu the market aud jrive
epecial attentioB to the wholenaie branch ( the
t. M.StwkflMh. FrdullnBrc.
Stockflktii & Bnoss.
Soccefior to V. M. StocUeUi,
Importci1 hihI Wholnalo drnlersin
Koreufii ami Domestie
LIQUOltS AND WINES,
Kblne. K-l!y Inland. Catawba. California ml Im
ported Tor', !uerr, Jledaia Wiuea aud Cham
NO. 62 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
BOOTS AND MIOfX
Mauafaclurcr and Dealer in
UOOTS AND SHOES,
LcatlK-'i and runtimes
No i Comaercial Ave., Bet. Fifth and Sixth St.
Ki'epronaiit!v nu hand a larf aortment o(
(ent and Ladies Hoots an4 .shoe, of all tvl..
and i.e.. and of the very )et of ft I.ouU and
I inciunati Hand ma.1.- work: aold cheaoer thmi
ever heiore, and cheaper than like good cau be b
tained iu t bin city.
Ato, alaayii on hand a Urjo Mock of Leatherand
Pindioj of all description, o!j vi-rr clow.
JEW MEAT MAltKET.
Siiucf the B'.iSVo Head
Nohii. Ohio i
KOEIILER BROS., Proprietors,
A fnll twl .iimi.ln'.t .nhnK- ,.r .V.A t...u. Ae .11
klndtn"l always ou baud. Order flllod at auv
Dour, uay or 11n.M1l.
J ACOB WALTE15,
Doak'r in FfeshMoat.
lli'twwii 'ushiMritn nticl Com1
iiioifial Av,, tuljoiuiiip; H;timya.
' EKI'S for aalethe be.l Reer, 1'ork, Mutton. Veal,
' l.amh, Suuxivlv. Ac., and I lireuin-ci to aerve
fumllica Iu au acteptabli1 manner.
PBOrniETOTt OF SPItOAT'S patent
Wholos-alo Dealoi in Ice.
ICE BYTIIE CAR LO.U) 0B TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Load a ISpofialtv.
o f r 1 1 K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
1 ............ .
LEXANDEK COUNTY BANK
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Straet,
F. BROS8, Prenident.
P. NKKK, Ylce-Preaidful.
II . WKLUS, Caahlor.
T. J. KKKTII, Aaelaunt CatUlcr.
f. Broaa, Cairo; William Kluirc, Cairo;
Peter NrtJ-. Cairo ; William Wolf, Cairo ;
C. M . Oaterloh, It. I. llilHoRaluy , Ht. Loula i
K. Under, Cairo; J. Y. Clemaou, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Kt
cbansoaold aud bought, lutereat paid in the
Having Department. Collection made and all
buaine promptly attended to.
TpNTERl'KISE SAVINGS BANK,
Cliirtrrvd March M, 1869.
0FFICR IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
NTEREST paid on depoaila March lat and Sep.
timber tat. Intreat nut wiihHmwn iM aa..a :..
meoiaieiy vt me principal ot the Qepoiita, thereby
giving tbcm compound interest.
IWCliildrfii and nu tried women may deposit
raonr y and no our pIm can draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tkzasckkr.
rrUIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLTDAT, Prea dent.
U. L. HALLIDAV. Vice-President.
. STAAT4 TATLOR. w. V. UkU.OlkX.
U BALUDtT, I. R. CtaMI-'OMAll,
e. u. wu.Li.tiwi, arsraiM b:w),
n. a. ( iiDit.
Exchange, Coiu aud United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLO.
Dpoit received aud a senera! bankin? bnainea
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods juhI Clothing
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
'oruer Eighth alreet I
NSl'UANCE AGENCY OF
AVells & Kektu,
1 1 noun c '. (-)f Liverpool)
IjJUtt IIS i capital $!0,OeO,noo.
TffiVlll rUMili111 I (Of Montreal, fan.)
IlOJUl t ilndlUilH , capital.$G.uuo.'XiPOold.
British America J AlM.Sk
Millvillo , arirvJile' 31 J 0
rmnnii'i'i-.i'-il i of -Nl!W Yl,rk ril-v)-
TTttiAll I (Of Philadelphia; etabMr:hed in 1SI.)
UIUUll, Aaaela, f,-VB,lti.l.
UISKd WltHTKN AT PAIR KAi .1-.
Oftice in Alexander Countv Hank.
g 5 r
M I h!
8AM.KRY AND IIARNKSS.
gADDLEHY AND HAKNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KINNEAIt,
In tb old Ludwic A Beerwart stand, near the
Arab Engine Uoiuu.
I! troparvl to do all kind. of work ln hi Uu".
eheeply, upedleloualy.and la a tborounb work
ratulk manrntr. He Invite patii'iaie in.t gur
aaiuja tatutacliaulu vvry particular.
S ' T
IT 1 r
A 3 9
C I c
i) it o r s y,
I uever ahall
Forget the First Dose.
Uf-H.It.STrv.s:- , ' l'my"
av I wl'.'r1 illlvr h('''n n'hi ffrer from drop-
wi ob ill Vf tKhe "mu ' WM enllr,?V belplea- I
J?.niH r.!. ,UHd V &lHt- I "iiflered all a man
bid fhrSi t"- ' tSU'rt rt,m""ll!" f,,r ArW 1
ed I !,Zuu'rvm doc,?n'- My frl,',"l "IM'ct-
",h SS I1" A"" ,VeKetliiewaentto me bv
rValle It. Trn" roru' tu llr"1 ('u"- 1 coulii
I coufd .Ln f'r 1 hsd uk"" "omebortt bottlea
now oi1h.TP ?ult? n'KlilH . 1 bei-au to naln
? ..,..!. fru,n 0,", lmrt of B,y roo" to the other.
7.!. . ! e.,l,'i Kood; the dropay bad at thla time
.k ..-til t ...
rainen nor i
. : I Rl'Ul 1UHIDV till! V17fTinR until 1 PI
', "eim. i uearo 01 a Krai many
"y.f-'IriR Ve(,-etlLe after I got out aud wa able
ttr Bal health. I heard Sf a irreal many
--"K i v-ruuriwr i uul KUU u. lUlt
lO ailenu t n. u-ork. 1 am a eurnenli-r n4 ImllHr
I will aUn avlt baa cured an auut of my wife', of
eoralia, who had auflured for more thau 30 year.
9hC av Hh hBM tint hail inv tiptlraliri fi, i.1lk.
mOMH. I h(M Ttvl11 lL til .klLM flf '..IV l.l'.Hputl fr
Cja ut Humor. T oav ti donbt In my mind It
m i I nunior; n i a ;reai cieanner 01 mn
i 'i i eaie 10 i;ive a cnnu. I will recommend
; ..... tr viKu. am uiu, aiiu
DI- aVH tFit.ro la r.(itlt nt lib,, It ... u......v. . 1
j ku i'i worm, my latuer i cieniy year old, and
IJi- T '"-- i"- ,w ni.u euctiuiu null
ine to an Ked person. I can not bo too thankful
u?v 01 il. i im, verv LTnieiunv.
Voun, JOHN S. NOTTAGK
Aix Dihkakh or Blood. If Vegetine will relieve
pain, cleance, pnril'v, and rure aucb disease, reator
Ing the patient to perfect health afler tr''nr diner
eut phynician, many remedie, and aufft-riiii; for
year, I It not conclusive proof, If you area aufferer.
you ran be cured r Wbv I thin medicine perform
inn each great cure ft work In the blood, ln the
I'rculln fluid. It can truly be called the Oreat
Illood Purifier. The great source ol diaeaae origin
ate in the blood; and no medicine that doe not
act directly upon it, to purify aud renovate, ban any
jut claim upon public attention.
I owe ray Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
u r. Nmwhobt, Kr., Apr. 29, 1879.
Ma. R. II. SrxvsNa:-
Dear Slri-Havins Buffered from a breaking out of
Cankeron Sore for morn than dvc year, caused
by an accident of a fractured bone, which fraafcire
ran into a ruuniuft aore, and have used everything
I could think of, and uothia? helped me until I had
taken aix bottle or your valuable medicine, which
Mr Uilliir .t... ma.M.l . . I j. l. .
Mr. Miller, the apothecary, recommended very hith
that I owe my health to your valuable Ve-tine
. u- niiiu oome cureu me, ana all 1 can aay la
0 your vaiuaine emetine.
nnt fthprlit.nt mnant
.w.i wuni v.i.ruit-ul STtaul
A I ItVPl V..V Dtll
ALBERT VON KOEDER
It I nnit.rr.HPi frr m.. tn An,.ma.d... U.tL
eae for which the Vkobtini should be used. I
know of no disease which will not admit of it nou
with Rood reult Almost innumerablecomplainta
are tamed by polaonoua secretion In the blood,
whlth can be entirely cupeled from the avstem by
the nee of the Vkojitink. When the blood ia per
fectly cleansed, the diseane rapidlv vields ; all pain
cease; healthy action la promptly restored, and the
patient is cored."
Cured me when the
Cincinnati, 0 Apr. 10, IS; 7.
Mr. H. H Stu-vin:
LearSir:-IwaerionlT troubled with Kidney
Complaint for a loas time. I have consulted the
beat doctor in tbiscitv. I have used yourVam
timb for thia aitease. aud it ha cured nie when the
doeto blleif to do o.
Your truly, KRNKST M KIGAN,
Residence. 621 Kaee Street;
Place of busineas, H7i I'eut. Ave.
II. It. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetine U Sold By all DruffsjLsts,
Ja-iaa Hinkle, N. B. TiiHTLKnooo, . II. Mooke
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
Noi. l'it a:iJ 1.7 Cmnmcrclal Avenue.
CAIIIC), 11. 1..
IVI.Iheral Advaneemenl madi ou toui"n
mentsof Tolmcce, Klour. aud Oruiu.
try-Air. nts for Qear, Scott A- Co. threshliis ma
chine, iiorialile saw mill and tlireshma eiii-iues
Aftent foi l'luuiplou hanestius machine, mower
If ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
l AlltO, ILLINOIS.
DtAI Kits IN
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hiffhest Cash Prko Paid for Wheat.
CARPKSTFJt AND COXfRACTOU.
JOHN A. POOR,
Cakpentku and Contractok,
BROP ON TKNTlt STREKT.
(helwecn Waialnjlon aud Vatuut.)
EstiRiatos on buildings, ou lows by fire
or otherwi8 madeunnhurt notice.
1 LL k Inlmated to hbu will ree Ivp prompt
;V atifntiott. and will be caocuuh! la aiatiiactory
MARKETS BY TELEGRAM
Liverpool, April 22,2:00 r. m. -Wheat
unchnngoil-Winter,8s 10d9s 2d; Spring,
7 6d38s; California average, 8s 9d
Os 3d; California club, 9s ld0s Cel. Corn
new ii 5d.
NEW TURK OUAIN.
New York, April 22. 12:00 u.- Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, !)8t 01; No. 3
Milwaukee, 1 01;. Pad Winter, $1 03
1 13; No. 2 Itud Winter. 1
No. 2 Arnher.fl 10. Com quiet Steam
er, 43) ; No. 3, 43 ; No. 2, 44 )
CHICA.00 ORATK ASH PRODUCE.
Chicago, April 22, 10 a. af-roik
May, 9 39 aaked; June, $9 40 iaked.
Corn Jlay, 34; June, 34',,'. Wheat
May, C8; June, 89 asked.
Chicaoo, April SJ, 13:00 m. Corn-
May, 33634; June, 34 i. Wheat-
My, 88k' ; June, 895g'. Pork -May, 9 33;
June, $9 439 47.
FROM NEW GRAND CHAIX
A DRIVE TO CAIRO, AND "A DRIVE' AT CAIRO
MERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MBN.
UT RUflTK IA.
We country people have watched the con
troversy between "Beatrice" and "Practical"'
with some interest, hoping that we might
be persuaded to wear our old dresses and
bonnets, uot only this year, but evf ry other
year which miwt come and go before the
wise men of our country shall provide
roads on which we may safely drive to
Cairo, and so make our own selections of
goods. Tis true, the merchants of St.
Louis and other large cities, send us cata
logues and samples which afford opportuni
ties for shopping with pen and pnper, thus
avoiding the fatigue of going from store to
store, and looking at endless piles of goods
which we do not want or have not the abil
ity to purchase. But in escaping the weari
ness, we also lose the pleasures incident
What true woman ever enjoyed wearing
a hat she did not like, and how can one be
sure that her's is the most becoming style
for her, unless she has gone to the millin
cr'a aud tried on all the other shapes worn?
The Bazar says there are only 300 styles
Some ladies braver and more anxious to
be in the fashion than myself, ventured to
drive to Cairo last week, thinkintr
that a liridire which allowed snnin
people to cross Cache in safety, might also
carry them through. On reaching that
abomination below Mound City they found
a placard warning travelers of its insecuri
ty. Here was a predicament miles from
home and in sight of the milliner's chimney
tops! The ladies who wanted new hats
were in the majority, so, after considering
the pros and cons, the heavy women walkei
across, one at a time, the light weights fol
lowing, leading the horses. As the hist
one stepped ou term tinna, each Jicw
sigh of relief at the escape from the danger
threatened by the creaking timbers which
seemed tojbe loose at every joint. The It'u
bieon passed, they were soon rolliug along
quite cheerfully, when nil at once they
found the sandy road so close to tho sur"
ing water of the Ohio that u mis-step of
their horses might throw them into the
muddy torrent. To avoid this fate they
turned iulo a wood road, which, by a very
circuitous route, brought thein to the tres
tle ot the C. and V. railroad. Surely, now
their troubles were at an end. Unfortu
nately for them this illusion was soon dis
pelled. A heavy train of cars running on
a track ;'0 or 30 feet over head proved to
be a rather serious trial for the uerves of
both ladies and horses, when they attempt
ed to pass tho round house, the more so, as
the train ran backward and forward many
times while those women stood on the ground
clinging to the bridle bits, tho engineer,
meantime, coolly looking down on them as
he came and went. Finally, ufter what
seemed to them an hour of switching, he
stayed down tho incline long enough to
allow them to get away. By tins time
every one ot thoso six womeu had a nervous
headache and their horses were so excited
that they shied at every unusual sight and
sound on the way. When they did get into
town they wanted to blow somebody up,
and not knowing who deserved tills most,
they gave vent to their feelings by asking
tho merchants why the new road and bridge
were not finished. Ouo gentlvmau didn't
know there was any road or bridge either
thought cvorybody traveled on the' can
he always did. The same poreoft was UT-'
prised to hear that there are people Uvtaf
in me country who wear store clothes and
read the fashion magazines, ' and on the
whole he now thinks it might bo a good
plan to secure their patronage if it could
tie done without any trouble to anybody.
Another live morchant thought the road
must be very good by this time, as he had
read in The Bulletin a year ago that the
new bridge would soon be finished. The
indifference of Cairo people to tho trade of
Southern Illuois is simply astonishing.
It is a fact that country people do
not often buy velvets and diamonds.
and their shopping is only occasional, but
then they pay what tor they get, and there
are a good many sf them in Alexander and
Pulaski counties ; so that the amounta spent
by each family would aggregate a hand
some sum. "Little drops of water mak
the mighty Ocean."
New Grand Chain, 111., April 21, 1871.
Tuk deatu rate of our country w m-t-
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without
souablc cause, the death resulting generally
ironi tne most insignigcant origin. At thin
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the danger
attending it and often find too late, that
J" ever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this waf
every winter, while had Boshee's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
r or all diseases of the throat and ! lungs.
Boscheea German Syrup has proven itsoli
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
930,000 bottles sold last year without a
single tailure known.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or aiiy lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair Dronosition. PrW
lOcts. 50cts. aud $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with Uie Dyspepsia,
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
ertil debility when you can get at our store
Shiloh's Sytcra Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Pric
10 cts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmktack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Consumption Curkd. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed in
his lmnds by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, brouchitis, catHrrah, asthma, and
all thront and lung affections, also a posi
tive and radical cure for nervous debility
and nil nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has ft It it his duty to
make it known to his suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive, and a desire to re
lieve human sullenng, I will send, free of
charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, with
full directions for preparing and using, in
.eriiian, I rench, or English. Sent bv mail
by addressing with stamp, naming this' pa
per. W. W. Sherar, 119 Powers' Block,
Rochester, New York. "
Pocket-Book Lost. It was in the town
of B;, anil Mr. S. had just concluded some
purchases, wlitht he made the startling dis-
overy that his pocket-book was lost. While
searching his pockets he found a buckeye,
mid said "Gentlemen, nir nocket-Iwok w
lost, but there has been something discov
ered by Dr. Taber, of Nashville, of far
greater value. It is the Buckeye Pile Oint
ment, which will cure Piles in all cases,
when used according to directions. Try it
:'nce 30 cents a bottle. For sale by Bar
Coussen's Honey of Tar will relieve
severe coughs of long standinc, aud prove
a olessing to all who suffer with affections
of the throat and lungs, aud is confidently
offered the public as the best
remedy in the world. In our ricorous
clime where coughs and cold prevails, this
lavontc remedy should have a nlace in
every household. When the little ones are
attacked by croup, or whooping cough,
nothing will attord such instant relief "a
Coussen's Honey of Tar. Price 50 cent.
For sale by Barclay Bros'
Query. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg BtoV
Seal of N orth Carolina" at the same price!
ENvn.ors printed at theBuiirriN office.
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at 8t.
Louis wholesalo Llt price for tfc aestO
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