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THE DAILY CAIRO -- BULLETIN.
( 'K.NEKAL DELIVERY open ,::) a.m.; elo.ea
iJilop.m.; Sunday: H to a. m.
Money OrJur Department opcu at 8a,m.i clone
at 'i p. in.
Tl.nniah Expr'-H Mslli via IlllnoU Central and
Mississippi Central ltallroud r,loe tt U':::o p. in.
i uiro anil Poplar Hluir Tti runuli uud Wuy Mall
Close ul KMll) p. in.
Way .Mall via llllnoi Central. Cairn anil Vln
intjc mid Ml.iupl Cuutrul Uallroads cloe ut
:4.'. p. m.
Way ,Muil fr Narrow Gauge ltallroad c'.osef lit i
i uiro and Evansvillu Hlver Rorio clow ut
p. tn. dairy (except Fridiiv).
11 It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILUNOISCENTUAL It. K.
TIIMM AlllllVK, TIU1NH IlKTMIT
Mn. i 4M ii. m. I Mull H.Mu.m.
Juptca ..S:ou p.m. Espre ): i,m.
CAlPOcV. YINCENNESK. I!.
1w:(pi)j m. Mall.... M'.a.m.
AIH Jt ST. LOUIS It. It.
F.Tpri- S:10 p.m. I Exprc '.:!! a. m
A' i .id ilut inn 10: ." p.m. I Accom'datlon.lJ:-.:' p. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOl'ISANDNEWOP.LEANSH.K
Mai! 5:.iip.m. Mall 5:00 a.m.
C.A.4T. It.' It. HO AD
'IVt i tpn . .:tn a.m. I Texan expresi. 2:13p.m.
asiircr Edward Dczonia.
( I'.-rk Dcuni. J. Foley.
ounclor-Wm. It. Gilbert.
A'tiinu'V W II! Sum Hendricks.
Polite. Magtrnte-J. ,t. lilrd.
BoAKO HP AI.UEHXKt.
F:rst Ward-Wtii. O'Callahan. M. .1. HowV'-.
Second Ward David T. Lincgar. C. It. Wood-
'i'Lird Ward-W. 1'. Wrlsrht. Egbert Smilli.
Yd urtti Ward- -Charles o. Patter. Juno- kriaton
Fil'.h Ward-T. W. Halliday, Krue-t Ii. I'ctr.t.
( - tilt Judge- O. A. Hark-r.
I tilt Cb-rk-J. A. It'-u-
C'l'intv Judge I! s. Y'K-tim.
f 'OtltltV 'l"!k-. .1 II 11 HI tTJ .
1'nuiily Attor:jy-W. C. Mtilk-y
ii'itnv Treasurer A. J. AldeL.
Sh' riff-John Hu'l.'ii.
I riiii.T li . Fitzgera.L,
i ii t v Cotiinii"'.oi.er T. W.
Ir u. rvimii'.l llriley.
Halliday. M. V
FI:H AN V. E Fourteenth street, between
Wa.tiul at.d Cedar streets : service .i!!ath II
a. ii.. and 7 ; m p. tn. ; Sunday Sihool 1 : ti p. ui.
Hl:l.TIAN-EI.'ht.vt.t!i sired: rowtit.2 Sit-
bath IM:iJp. Hi.; preaching ixrcasloLtt'.ly
MH'Iti'll OF THE HEnEEMEH-iEpl-ropn,)
V.' loutt.-ctitli fret; Morning prayer" .aMiath i
lo '.) a in . ; evening wr. ": p.m.: sa'bau
i.oi i a. ill. !... St. .1. Dillon Lvc l!tnr
l-!I r MIs-IONAItY HAITIST (. Ill K II
J !':.. I.'.i..- ;it !): a. m.. H p. m.. and . ; V
S.' ' ..!!! p..j.'l at 7:: p. in. It
IVniKItAN-Tliir'.-ct.'li tn-.; h-t',-i- Sa'i
j i-ail. II a. n. :itl 7 :' p- m.; satiiay fclioo'. 9 a.
III. l..-. Duirr-i l.I.LT. Ua'.'.ir.
Mf:TI!iIiIT-('or. Klirlith at: J Wa'.tiv.t tr,v. ;
J'tr.n diin.' S i'ilntli I'i-:i a. til. ttl;d T p. in I
(TiV r i::.-tii..-. Wi-dm-dav 7:V p. Ill : Sunday
S L'. I. p. m. Iter. A. I'. M.irrl-m, pa-l'T.
1)!:i:sr,YTEItIAN-E;;hl'j r'n-v. pr-arhir.? fti
s.J.h ii at 11 : a. tn at.d 7:ip. in : prjv.-r
i::f..-iiiS W. ill;. -iid'iv at 7 : p . m ; S iLuay Ktiuo.
a: a p mi. Itrv. U. Y. tirur.'i-. p .t-tr.
4JKCOM) FHEE WI1.L IlAITI-iT - F;n'.'tt!
ftn-i . liftBvi'ti Walirit amlCcdir tn,'.,t: :r
v:c. t Sat 'w'.li ut -i ulid 7 I1- ni. :
l'T .KiKI'irS-.llotnnn ratbn'.'.fi Corti'T l"'i"
aril Wainnt :m-ih; imtmi. " sn'rt
ii. - saii-'.av Si ti'Kil at i n. ui.; YoM r :l
p. tn. ; f r-
vi' i u-y'd-y at s p. tn.
I'ATKIf K'S -i Human C'ntliii'.iri Cnrr.-r Mii'li
atid Watitiiil'n au-nu
t.a'i. - air! I" a tn.: Vi-fp.-ra ' p. in.; Pnnday N 1hm;1
i p tn ; iTi.-'.- rry day at s p m. Kcv. V. Z.t v..
A1RO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE 'j&Ekl STATES.
LEAVE LEAVE LEAVE
I'W. Fourth at Mi"otiri Land').'. lii'M.ti ky I.d';.
r ' ' . '
g a. m. S:: a. m. 'J a- ta.
lu a. a. H)::!il a. m. 11. a. n..
: p.m. 3:'Vi p.m. 3 p.m.
4 p. m. 4;i p. m. !i p. m.
rUOPlUKTOU OF SPROAT! PATENT
Wliolesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON', WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cm Loads a Speeialtv.
O F K I C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Hftvein nshlnRton ami Com
meroi il Ar., udiotnlug llunny.
KEEPH tar mtU' the liet Beef, pork, Mutton, Will,
Lamb. Hatuiwc, &!. und I preji.irod to tcrvu
lamuiVF id au nvvepiunii: luuuuvr,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
St. Louis and Cliicaao
rPIIK otilvroiidrimnliiLMuo dully tnlni-frntn Cairo
-a. tuakiui; direct cnnin.-i lion with Kait.;rli Hue.
TKAISil LEAVE I Alllil.
I:1'U' . m.: Fa.t i xpn-, urrhiui.' in St. Lnula 7;M
p. m.; llikui;ott:a. m.
1 :10 p.m. CI NHS sat I & LOUISVILLE
m Arriving In Cincinnati ut 7:(m a. m.j Lo:iIm II1,
.ma. in.; IndiaiiaiHillii. 4:1.1a. m. IWuiimTi liy
thl train arrive at ubove point
12 TO aJ HOURS IN ADVANCE
of ativ other niiite.
T.ljp.m. Kat Mall.lthkM-pr attached, fur
I .IVsT. L1 IS and CIllt'Al.ii, arrivliiu In St.
I.oiiiK at VI a. tn. : cliluu'"a! 10:10 a. in., connect
Inira! tidlnor t'tfiuaham lor Clnciniiati, Itulavlllu
FAST TIME EAST.
V KVXli VTK ' m' li"8 ? throttch
J .lOliAllJlllO to thu Eaat mihotit any
delay canned bv (Sunday lliturvehiiig. The Satur
day nfteruix.ii train from Cairo arrlvra In Nw York
Monday tnoriiiiii at 10 : 'ih!rty ix hour iu ad
lam i' of any other route.
yAdvertic-n.eiit of mnipetlns line that they
make hetter tlmu than thl one ure l.in-d either
through lKtioriince nr a d -ire to niileui! the puhlie.
For through ticket and Itifortnatloti apply at Jill
no: Central Itailroad deput. t airo.
TIlAINs AltltlYE ATCAIKO:
Ma:i.... 4:o.,a t:i.
JAs. JOHN viN.deu'l Southern A':.
J. II. JONEs. Ticket .Tent.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
U. V. HMITIIKIiS. KM-.iv'r.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE IiETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throuirl. Eipre leave Cairo . :4 a m.
Throujii Kxpre arrive, at E.St Lo'ii... r:'ii.m.
Through Expre leave. E. St. Loui.... '.:ni a.m.
Tliroiifh E.vpre. arrive, at ( aim 5:10 p.m.
Vurphj .lioro arronitnoditioti '.eavcn (. aind J p.m.
M i' ph'Hiro Arc. arrive. at Murphy!oru i:4. ..ni.
Muriihj.lioro Aec. leave. Murphy. Iioro. .. 4:1." a.m.
Marphyehoro Act. arrive, at Cairo Pt 4ja.ui.
The Cairo A St Loui. Itjll lio.vl 1 the only all
Hall Hoiite betMei-n t uiro and St. Loui i:t;def one
tnana'emrnt. tlierefure ihere are no delay at
v r.y .tat:. in- aw altin.- conto-ctio:.. from ottn-r Itm .
Clo.e and .ure rotuit-rtlou at si. Loui with other
!:iie fur N.irt!.. Ea! and Wt-.;.
J. A. NAl't.l.E.
L M. JOHNSON.
CAIRO 4t VIXCENNES R.R.
Mill's: THE SHOHTEST liUVTE TO
ui Jiitii.o i-:viwiviiU'.
17 MIT Ts: THE SHOHTEST To LOI I-
.UlLr.O ll.l.E. i INC1NNATI. HAL
TIMUKE AND W.HlNiTuN.
U All I V THE sliortTEsT To INDIAN'
)t .UlJiT.. AlMiI.ls.rillLADELI'llIA.NEW
YuIlS AND UosluN
SIX HOURS SAVED
Uu." tralus ofa'.! otl.er re;t.- ruaiii::;' the asaic
t'ff l'.i.en;e.. !.v o'h.-r rout- to make cornier
f.uii tn-.i-t rMc a 1' I'i.dit. wailiiiL' Imiii one to rix
aour a! tin'.1, cviutry tatA.ua for trait of con
1 V AT V V U V 1TH E F ACT and take cir 4 : 15
UIj.UJY.Unr4 it ,. trMl!! r..t-hitic Eui:
ri'le, Itidlatiapo'.W. i'ltx-'ttiati ate! Loti!i'i!'.e uinu
day. Trim leave and arrive at Cairo 11 toKow:
Mai! leave 4:fi a.m.
Mall arrive lo:p.m.
Through ticket a;:d cheek to all lmpurtaut
V. A. MILL Kit IiusWELLMILLEK.
Ueti'l I'a" A;-"t. Oi'tieral Sup't.
L. B. CHL Iii II. Paetse- A-ent.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE EOR LIFE INSUR
Mutual Aid Society,
Oi jatii.eil July Htli, 11177, Under tliff Liwsot
tlie State of Illlin.l. Ciiijrlu'litiM .luly
V, Ul"', muler Ai tol CtiiiireaH,
OF 1 R'l".IiS:
WILLIAM STItATTON, I'kii)Knt.
Mit. P. A. TAYLOIL Vict; Phi:iiient.
J. A. (iOLDsTIN E, TiiEAiiiKit.
Da. J. J. OOltliON, .Mrii. Auviaou.
THOMAS LEWIS. - Sr.niLrAuv.
U0AI1D OF MANAOF.ltS:
J . J, (iOKDON. Pliyleliiu Cairo, 111.
Mr. 1'. A. 1 a 11,011, superintendent ol
Scho-il. Alexander Countv " "
Mr. E. C. Fold). Yurletv Hr'aeket Store. "
J. A. tiOl.DSTIN E, of (ioltUtlne V Ho-
enwater. v liolea,e and Itelnll Dealer
In Staple and Fiiiicv Dry (iood "
N. II. T1IISTLEWOOD, of lllnkle i
Thltlewiioil. l'omiiillon Merchant,
Cotton nnd Tolnieco Factor
8. I). AYKIif'. of Ayora Co,. Comiiila-
lon Merchant 1,
THOMAS LEWIS. Inuratico Mauiwer
nnd Attnnitvy tit Law it
WM. STHA'n'ON.of Htiattou & Hlrd,
Wholealo Oroeer o 11
OKo. M. Al.DEN, Comtnllon Mer.
. cliiilit,7a Ohio Levee , 11
'no u KKUIDHN. Aeent M'..l..l,,t,l
HAltlllSON HOL'I'T, Watchmaker ami
t'HAS. K STL'AHT, Wholesale mid He.
tall Drv (Inod nnd Notion ti
EDWAHli A. 11UDEH, MiiiiufneturliiK
Jewelur and Wholesale Dealer lu.
Wa'ciiniiikor' Tonla Ulid Malnrlal..,, n o
EDWIN I1 EONEW, Proprietor St.
Chitrle V. tel
HAZEN LtlOlITON. Cointiilloii Mer-
lrtnt " o
Dr F.DNVAHI' BoU. U. S. M.trshul
sioutht-rti District IlllmiU Sprlim'tleld, Ilia.
Mr H A 1 AYKHH YIII11 Uldu'e,
ilr II S. BBIOHAM. Phyleiim..Indliitinpoll, Ind
JAH M, OELATT, Heal E.tat, '
A mint .:'''.. Keokuk, Iowa ,
Uev l)Y D C, WELLS, Methodlrt
Minister (iriind Junction. Tetm.
J;U. UlLliKY Mcrchutil Mctldau.MUi.
CAIRO, , ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 31,
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT D1SCOV
EKIES of thu nineteenth century. mid one that takes
ciiiul rank with the Invention ol the telephone,
theelecirlc llifht mid other clentlllc murvlca ol
thu n:;e, I thai or
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thl Compound pom the mot rimiiirkuhle
Heulliii; Properties of any known tijicnt employ
ed for the. puipoo of curluu
SOKES, WOUNDS, CITS, IIHUISKH,
Inflamed and ulinulod surfaces, and fur
ALL SKIN DISASES.
It" eieai Klni; propertle remove all linpuritle
I '.ut hinder the formation of u healthy tle.h. and
the Work of rure u'ie on to coinpletlon with
11101 WuNDEltFI I. UAPIDITY. Let no family
liewitholit a box of It In the hoti.e. I'liy.icliili
extol It virtue; uud the tlie lhouai!d who
liuveu'ed it. 11 11 1 (o lu recoinmeiidlni; It. llewnru
Ask torlli-'tiry'sCurliolic Halve, find take
JOHN F. HENRY, CTRRAN fc CO.,
(1) Sole Proprietor.
BAHCLAY IJItOS.. wholeaalu Axeuta.
LEXANDEK COUNTV DANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth .Stroet,
F. Hltoss, Pre-ldent.
'. NKFF. Vice-President.
II. WELLS. Cashier.
T. J. K EM 11, Assistant Cashier.
F. Iiro. Cairo; William Klutrc. Culm;
Peter N. fl. Cairo; William Wolf. Culro;
C. M . Osterlnli. H. I. Hilliiitrslev. St. Lonl;
E. Under. Cairo; J. Y. C'lcuisou, Caledonia.
OENEKAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
1 change sold and boni;ht. Interest paid iu the
Savini; llepartmeiit. Collection muile and all
tiu-liies promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAYINGS HANK,
Chartered March III, l.lfdi.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEHEsTpnid on deposit March 1t and Pep.
temtic r 1st. Interest not w ithdrawn Is added Im
mediately to the principal of the deposit, therehy
Kivitu them compound interest.
i'iT Children and married women may deposit
nmnej ami nnom- else can draw It.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tkeasihek.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
11. L. HALLIDAY. Vice-President.
WALT Kit 11 Ysl.OP. Cashier.
. TAAT TAVWII. W. I'. II.M.l.tDAr.
IIEMIV I.. II Al.l.l IU Y, It. It. ( I NMNollAM,
U. li. WILLIAMSON, STLI'IIEN UIKII,
II. II. CAMlKE.
Exchanje, Coin and United States Bonds
B0U01IT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a general hanklnj hnsinesa
NEW HUN SHOP.
t E. IX CE,
XEW GUN SHOP,
ComniPrcial Ave. ojtpnalte Seventh t.
CAIRO, : : : ILLINOIS.
Gunn, Pistols, Sates and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE UOIUMiONIUiKACH LOAIlN!i GUN'S
All work guaranteed iitlfnrtory. at cheaper rule
hail can bo obtained ut any other place In the city,
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avonuc, I
Curlier KlghlliHtrvct t
u.Vit.'!n,r"rm,,rtt,'nt MILO B, HTKVKNS CO.,
" Alt I.AI.M AITOItN KYS.tir Cleveland, O. Iiiim'
,.".',i.,,'l,l,n ul,lr,ln ChlcilKO. devoted oxcluslvely to
!!!' ntwlm-aa of Soldier nnd mldlera" ludr lu th"
,,i!i 1 1 application Tor Petislona tntit be pre
t, ,.M hvUtv J,llv 4' I'. r I'iK'k peiisloii 111 ni
mtpvUvu'; Addre.a. with titup, MILO II.
Tin-; very ijkst mkdicixe .
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Mil. It. II. STEVES, N "" 17-
Dear sir-One,.. ,, j tk(, the p,,n to praise the
kin,: of .Medicine,. Veuetlne. When I hriran to
taku cL'etiiie two year a;o with iirh marked hen
fill, my lr enu, thotiL-ht it. wii a nlmulunt eilect,
,, n.. "insiiie. leavinjj me a had a be
fore I M 11K 1 ni; that somii of thosii who read the
testimonial .hat I wrote nt that time, ml-rbt think'
the (.ami!. 1 write oi,c m7.ru , ttt.fy ,lt.in on ,lt
point, sun e I l,. Zan to take Veetlne ulmost two
yeur airo, I have gained steudily until tho present
time, at which I am i-njoylnir my former health, and
consider nivseif ,rt., ,,y Veietlne. Two veura
o l a a low-, ., , .oiild he and live. 1 wn
cotirtiieil to the l,,.,l fr,r t-itrl.t month, and iflven up
to d e h ei-ht doctor. ome of 'thu most klll
Ml in the Mat,,. T1.v ,Rl(, , hn(l t(.veml
disease. lin'iinllnK coinniiiiption. heartdisease, nud
seveml other-, family fatal, and must die. Hut
eL'etltie, taki-ii as a last renort, brought me throuub
and to thnt 1 owi: my ltTu . Since my heulth tx-i:an
to Improve. I hae made a stmlvof iliso, and tlud
the culise ol my svmptoiu to liavo been Dvspepsla
or luilliiestion. and I tilo tlnd that tlvo "caaca of
disease iuivi ry six arn effect of the inno. eana.
When the food 1 h . pii-rly diire.ted tn lb.-' tom
ar.li. It tiecoine a 1iuiouuii. putrid mas, which li
uliorlH.-il into the tilood. und tiy that I ronveved to
nil part of thesv.tem. cHusint'symptoiiiii of diseuso
in any oral! of theor.'uLof the bodv: and if thl
cause I not removed, these symptom become in
time organic diseases f have Hvi,n
thoroui:h test in mv own case, and also lu -(hat of
many of my ae(iiiilnt:inces. nnd llnd it to be the
Very best lueilicllie evlalit fur llvsoeti.l.i nr Inilloi...
Jtou. one of the aymptoiiiH ot which Is usimlly the
belief tlnil you lonesome organic disease. I am
wen Known 111 tlie towns of Goil-town. Wean-, uud
:ewtoti. 01 tin state (V H ). andean furnlsu tin
undeniable corroboration of nil these statement.
I will wlllinnly uuswer anv letter of inqiiiry in re
gard to my own case, or the use of Veirrtim
Your truly. A. J. lil ltilECK.
If E'iETtNK 1 taken regularly, iiccordinsr to di
rections, a certain and speedy "cure of Dyspepsia
will follow its use.
A. S TIT MA.
. PlIILAilEI.flltA, Pa.
Mn. H. It. stkven:
Dear Sir. For the lnt fifteen vear. durins the
month of May nnd June. I have'bei-n allllcted with
what the doctor, calleil-Asthma. It was very dis
tressing. renderiiiL' me miserable, sothat I dreaded
its coining on. I wa recommended lo use Ve-.'e-line.
I took two bottles liidore 1 espetced the at
tai k. and was etr.lrelv relieved I feel grateful to
Yegetine. J NO T. HALINGEK.
llnsiireek st. Fhi!a.
Y eoehne ha restored thousand to health who
had been Ion; and painful -uderer.
II. I! Steven:
My mother ha used your va! 11 able medicine '-VeL'-etiiie."
lor Teller and Eruptions of the skin, nnd
has found great reiki by the u-e of It. lean rec
ommend It for such complaint.
It A. P.LAf'KWELL.
Dec. 2 1-77. 1'nioiitown, L'ulou Co., Ky.
Humors on tlie Face.
In thiscoiylition of the skin, the Veoetim: is the
great remedy. a It act direedv upon the blood.
It cleanse and purities t!:e blood, thereby cnusiii"
humor to disappear. Bv ititernal treatment uii
Itnpulitle aru thrown out. Vei.etine give good
circulation lo the bluod. r-lievin- the Inrtanied or
congested organi.m. re-ioriu,' the health, giving a
good, clear compleJion .
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Veffptine is Sold By all Drutrrdsts-,
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Hiffliest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
w -3 "!
is 3 53
Jf KW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tho Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV
(iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Car. Nineteenth mroet and 1
C. O. PAT1EK & CO.
SHALL BAYONETS SURROUND THE
WISDOM, AM) AN APPEAL FOIl
During his speech on the Army Appro
priation bill, Senator Yance, ot North
Carolina, inado tho following appeal for
conciliation, for quiet ami tho return of
feelings of concord and good will among
And now, Mr. President, if the breath
was about to leave my body ami I was
permitted to gay but one word as to what
my country most needed, that word should
be rest! Rest from strife, rest from sec
tional conflict, rest from section bitterness,
rest from inflammatory appeals, rest from
this constant, niost unwise, and unprofita
ble agitation. Rest in all lauds and in all
literature is used ns the symbol of the most
perfect state of felicity which mankind
can attain in this -world and the next.
"And the lnnd had rL.'" Raid the old He
brew chroniclers in describing the reign of
their good kings; "and his rest shall be
glorious," snys the prophet Isaiah in fore
telling the coming of our Lord, when
Enliriam should have ceased to envv Judali
and Judah should have ceased to vex
Heaven itself is described as rest a
place "where the weary are at rest." "There
remaineth therefore a rest for the people of
God," said the apostle. Can we not give
tins rest to our people; 1 know, Mr. Presi
dent, that trom whom I come desire it !
above their chief joy The excitement
through which they have passed for tho
last twenty yearsthe suU'oring and the sor
row, the calamity, public nnd private,
which they have undergone have filled
their hearts with indescribable yearning
for national peace, for a complete moral as
well as physical restoration of the Union.
There is one policy, and but one, to effect
this object, and that is the policy of concili
ation, of restoration, so steadily pursued
by the Democratic statesmen and people of
the North. It Is the only true statesman
ship fur our condition, the only genuine
remfdy for hard times with which we are
afflicted. Nature everywhere teaches
it, ana ner tnousanl agencies
silent and mysterious, constantly inculcate
it, even as day uttereth speech and night
unto night showeth knowledge. Cross this
noble river which flows bv our capital and
search for the battle-fields of blood-watered
Virginia. You scarce can find them. Dense
forests of young saplings cover all the hills
and plains that were so lately swept bare bv
marching and encamping armies. "For
there is hope of a tree if it be cut down
that it will sprout again, and the tender
branch therein will not cease." Waving
seas ot wheat cover the open fields so lately
plowed by the bursting shells while charg
ing battalions met in deadlv shock; and
green grass has so covered tho lines of in
trenc hment as to give them all the seeming
of the cunning farmer's ditches. Restora
tion is nature's law. Let us imitate her.
God of all mercy and grace, may not these
gaping wounds of evil war be permitted to
lieal, if they will?
A Search Waisha.nt allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindsey's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
vte ., we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound nnd Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. Sec that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Sellers & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Savf. Yocn ciiii.duf.n. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbcry's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled -100
worms from my child two years old. Win,
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug-,
gists. Trice 2." cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. - Send for cir
cular. Barclny Bros., Agents
The tuctii is mighty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
arc living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will euro
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious
nes, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness nnd nil disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
snlo by all druggists. Price So centa. 11.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
CHAT BY THE WAY.
You ought not to ask odds ot any one.
Like a blooded horse, all ynu have a rluh t
to demand is to be put even on tho whilfe
trees. After that show your nicttlo
It is a very remarkable fact that if dur
ing tho honeymoon your wife treads on your
foot you cannot feel it, but if she does it
some years after it is exceedingly painful.
That was a bright little boy who spelled
out the word of tho text. "Pray
without ceasing," and then concluded not
in show it to the minister becnuso ho
thought his prayers were long enough al
How sadly true it Is that boots will
squeak more on Sunday than on any other
day of tho week, and that the man who
wears them always hires a sea t m front of
tho pulpit, nnd must needs walk tho whole
length of tho church.
Tho old Oermnn'ti experience with the
railroad Is like many a mnn'i experience
with life; hut his wio conclusion is not
nlas! universally adopted. He was driving
a splendid team, when ho hoard the defiant
whistle which warned him not to cross the
NEW SERIES NO. 292,
track. "I guess I beat dot train, or clso I
see some fun," he said, as he whipped up
his horses. When he picked himself up
five minutes later, and looked round on tho
general ruin, he very sagely remarked, "So
long as I hf I will no more try to beat a
If there is anything despicable it ia tho
man who always agrees with you. It look
to him just like a camel, or a weasel, . or a
whale, if you only insist upon it. This
leads a modern philosopher to ramark.
that sometimes two people think very much
alike, especially tho weaker minded ones.
If somo ministers could say tho "amen"
where it belongs, and not proacti as though
they had left that important word at home
their sermons would be more edifying. Tho
little boy who tried to preach to his com
panions knew when to close. Ho was in
tho fervor of a splendid period when all at
once tho stool gave away,and he found him-
scit a ruin on the floor. Jumping to 1113
feet, howover, he cried, "People, meetin'a .
out.'V If mtutsttfr euUl only be trusted
to have the wisdom of the boy, that stool
would bring a good price and find constant
Tlie custom of shouting words and
phrases of encouragement which prevails
among the Jlethodists is once in a while
very suggestive. A preacher who was un
usually long and unspeakably dull was.
on a certain occasion, wearing out his con
gregation. An old deacon did what he
could to enliven tho scene by crvinir out.
. Tl Al. . 11,. . . O
i-niise me L,oru: at stated interval, when
at last tho minister seemed really to come
to a standstill, and everybody hoped for
the best. Taking in long breath, ho began
again with, "And now my beloved "brethren
what can I say more" which of course,
meant that ho had a cond deal more to say.
The old deacon thought it time to do good,
ami so shouted, "Amen!" and the amen
There is no doubt whatever that the use
of tobacco is an unmitigated evil, if one
half of what the enemies say of it is true.
We have never, however, heard the evils
which lie in an ambush ot smoke more
graphically described than by the good lit
tle boy who tried to persuade his father that
a cigar is a very dangerous thing. "Why,
papa," he said, in the enthusiasm of youth,
"you have no idea how powerful nicotine is
no idea at all." The old gentleman
putted a cloud Into the air and, looking on
his prcceoious boy, responded, "Ah !'' Only
that, and nothing more. "Yes, but, lather,
nicotine is an awfully strong poison, it's a
terribly strong poison. Why, . if you put a
a single drop of it on the end of a dog's
nose it will kill a man fa less than two
Why will you allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can so easily be attained.
Boschcc's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the wortd for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Boschcc's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a tailure to do its
work m any case. Ask your druggist as to
the truth of these remarks. Largo size 73
cents. Try it and be convinced.
The Laiioh (iestion. This is one of
the oldest questions known to political
economy. The warfare between capital
and labor has been going on for the last
4,000 years, more or less, and is still raging.
For bad blood take Rosadailis, the Great
Southern Remedy. Warranted to cure all
scrofulous humors, eruptions, Ac, and
cleanse the system of all impurities. Bar
clay Bros., Agents.
Pehfeoted Butter Color, made by Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington. Yt., is pre
ferred by such authorities in doing work,
as Jones & Faulkner, winners of the $100
prize, and R. S. Houston, Kenosha, Wis.,
winner of the if 30 first prize at tho great
Dairy Fair. They use it regularly.
No eloquent tongue or pen is needed to
commend Coussens' Lightning Liniment to
an appreciative public, as a cure for Rheu
matism, Lame Back, Neuralgia, Bruises,
Sprains, Corns and Bunions. It is also un
equaled as a remedy for the Ills that com
monly nfllict horses, such as Spavin, ttiaff
bone, Galls', Scratches, etc. Warts and
Knots,' iH'iig easily removed by its use.
Try Coussens' Lightning Liniment, and you
will want no other. Price 50 cents a bottle.
For sale by Barclay Bros.
Peak Bell Our commencement ex
ercises are over. I have received my di
ploma, and am now ready to cuter w ith zest
into tho pleasures of gay society. Attired
becomingly in a pure white robe, such as
angels might lovo to wear, I took a prom
inent part in the musical exercises in tho
evening. Although I had contracted a
severe cold a few days before, 1 was en
abled by the uso of Coussens' Honey of
Tar, tho best remedy lu the world for
coughs, colds, and all diseases of the
throit and lungs, to sing so well- that I
completely enraptured a large audience.
Tell uuclu John that tho use of that valua
ble compound, Cousseu's Honey of Tar, .
will cure his cough. It is only 50 cents , a
bottle, and can be bought nt Barclay Uro's.
drug store. Yours in haute,
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