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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIT
of the loudlus builncM buuioi wbOKO advortlie
menu may bo found In Tun Buuetik.
' tiltOCEKIKH AND DRY G00D8.
Cteenth f?t.C" tom'"rtW VCBU b Nino
0dm. K. Htewa'rt, EIKbtb trc-i-t.
Dr. Bryant; ofllce, Eighth alrout and Warhlnaton
Dr J. JI. Mruan; ofllce, 140 Commercial avenue
!!r' J'lyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. E. W. M hillock, M rouimi-rdil avvunv.
Jtobt. Sniytu, No. do Ohio lovee.
H. II. Camleo, No. TOOblo Inveufup atalm).
JCiittltalila Llfo, of Now York, corner Twelfth and
Widow and Orpliaiu Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial avenue.
" ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Linear 4 Lanndcn. No. 113 Commercial avenne.
Ilallidav Una , proprietor Euyptlun MIIU.
Ilinkle, TlilKtlewood k Moore, No. 11 and li?
DRUGGISTS-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ISnrrlay Br., Ohio levee and corner Eighth" 'an'J
Wjf hlngton truuiiu.
I'ltjr National. Ohio levee.
Alexander Cuutitv, rorm-r Elshth and Commercial.
.1. Walter. Eighth utrwt.
Koehler Hroi.. Comer Eighth and WVMuston.
Champion. Three btutn.
.lulin Sprout, corner Twelfth aud Levee.
K C Kord, Corner Nluth and Commercial.
R. II. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
T1UIXH ARIIIVC. TRAIN IirrAKT
Mall.... iM a m. I Mail S:lOa.m.
Ktprea .2:0) p.m. ExpreM tiMp.m.
CAIRO Si YINCENNESR. K
Vail 10:00p.m. Mall..... .. .....4:C a m.
CAIRO Ji ST. LOUIS It. R.
Kipre 5:10 p.m. I ExpreM 8:45 a. m
Accom'latlon.lU:4i p.m. Accyai'datlun.li-ip. m
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS It. It
Mull 5:9ip.ni. Mall 5:C0a.m.
C A.4T. 1L' ILROAD'
Tei:i -TireM 5:4ia.m. I TxaexpreM S:ljp.m.
Accommoilat n H-Slam.
JENERAL PKLIVKUY open .:: a. m.: clotei
II b::n p.m.; Sunday: s to a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. a.; cIoki
tt 5 p. m.
Through Expren Mail via Illlnol Central and
MiMltiMppI CV&tral Kailmarta clone at p. m.
( alro nui Poplar UlutT Through and Way Mall
c'.iwe. at Vi:-' n. m
Way Mail via llllnol. Central. Cairo and Yin-cer.ni-i
and Miij)lppt Central Rallroada cloiic at
IMS p. III.
Wav Mail fcr Nirrnw Cirnw I!l'rnil rlrvn.i si H
Caronr.l Kvannvllle Itiver Route cloe at :-10
p. m. i:iy (except Frldar).
Mayor N. II. Thictlfwood.
Trvanurer Edward Dezonia.
Clerk-Denuia. J. Koley.
('ounK'lur Wm. B. Gilbert.
Mamhal J.C. l.allue.
Attorney William Iiendrlcki.
aoaun or aliieiuikx.
Flrat Ward-Wm. O'Callahan. M. J. Ilowlev.
Second Ward-David T. LIuegar, C. K. Wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charlm O. I'atier. Jame. Kynaaton
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ualllday. ErueM B. Knit.
Circuit Judge O. A. Harker.
Circuit Clerk J. A., Reeve,
t'-iuniy Judge R. S. Yocum.
Couuiy Clerk S. J. Htuiim.
County Atturnvy W. C. Mulkey.
Countv Treaiurvr A. J. Aldeu.
tiheritf John Hodge..
Coruuer K. FiUireraic.
County Commliloner-T. W. Ualllday, M. V
Brown, Samuel Briley.
AFRICAN M. E -Fourteenth street, between
Walnut aud Cedar atrvvta; aervlceii Sabbath 11
a. m. and " :M p. m.; Sundny School l:ja p. m.
CtHRJSTI.AN-Eighteenth atreet; meeting Sab
; bath li):'p. m.; preaebttigocrailonally.
piIURCII OK THE REDEEMER tEpliTopali
J Fourteenth "tn'et; Morning prayer" (Sabbath)
10::V a. in.: evening prayer.?:;) p.m.; Sabbath
ehool W a. m.
I -MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH. -rreaching
at a. to., H p. m.. and T :W . m.
Sabbath school at T::J0 p. Ui. Rev. T. J. Shore,
U T II K R A N -T h I r I ee n t h ttreot; services Sub.
J hath 1:30 a. in.; Sunday school i p. m. Rev.
MKTUODIST-Cnr. Eighth and Walnut street;
I'reachlng Sabbath lo:;i) a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Weduesday T:3U p. m.; Sunday
School, 9 a. m. Rev. Wbittaker, paMor.
1)RESBYTE1!IAN Eiu'hth Mnet; preuchiug on
Sabbath at 11:() a m. Mild ?:: p. m.; prayer
meetiug Wedueailav at T:;!t) p. m.i Suudiiy School
at a p. m. Itev. B. V. George, pantor.
CECOND FREE WILL UAPTIST-Fiflecrth
O Ktreet. between Walnut, ntul Cedar treet; ser
vice Sabbath at :i and 7::) p. ni.
ST.JOSKI'irS-dlomau Cathollcl Corner Cro
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10 :) a.
in. ; Sunday School at 8 p. ui. ; Vv.per A p. m. ; er
ticca every duy at S p. m.
ST. I'ATItlCK'S-Rotnnn Catholic) Corner Ninth
Htrcet and Washington avenue; ervtce Sah
rath 8 and 10 a.m.; Vespers :) p. in.; Snudav School
8 p. in. ; services every day at B p. m. Rev. F. Zabel,
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement!
on old ones; Tor medical or other compounds, trade
marks aud label. Caveats, Alignments, Inter
Terence, AiipealK, Suits for Infringement., and
nil casea arlBlug undue the Pateut Laws, prompt
ly attended to Inventions tliut nave beeu
U V I WW ly tho Patent Olllco may mil,
liVit) lAJ liilt ,m,sl cne, butiateuted by
u. Being oppoKltH the U. 8. Patent Detmrtmeut,
and engaged In Patent business cxcltiilvuly, wo can
m nke eloaer aearrbea, and aecuro Patent" more
proiiiplly. and with broader cluluif, than those who
are reuioto from Washington.
K VVN'YOMU """'l " model or "ketch of
111 lilt J "Jwjyour device; we make ex
amlnntloti" anil advise a to patentability, free of
charge. All corrcxpimdiinco Mxlotly confidential .
Price, low. mid Do charge unless l'.ujut t.-aecured.
We refer In Washington, to lion. Potmater
General D. M. Key, llev. V. D.Power. Tho German
, jAtiinrlian Nnllniml Bank, oitlclal. In Iho U. S.
'I'atent Ofllce, and to Senator" and Representative.
" In Congress! and especially to nnr clients In every
State In the Union and lu Canada, Addreas
Oppoaite Patent Ofllce, ft Mltlagtou V, c.
THE WORKINGMAN'S FRIEND.
In these daya of political trlcke7, a true friend
In the time of need, li a frleud Indeed; aud aucb
a friend la
Dr. Wir. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It la s lure cure lor
CONSUMPTION. COUGHS. COLDS. ASTHMA
and all dlseasea 0f the Lung", Cheat and Throat
Thl well-know n remedy has been used for
thirty years and hat cured thousands of cac,
many of which wem given up aa bopleaa.
lo case, however obstinate, can resist the
healing propertlesof Dr. Wm. Ilnll'a Balsam for
the I.nntrs T1MI h,..l... ...m w.. .
.iioi uuiiivi i;d lliriJIFIIUIl urui-
tultously to all who are alllcted with Lung and
.i rti UliCUBffl,
rHl'ntl.nirn.e that ll 1 rv.aaIt,..fr .f
" i-a hihi n ii me ivi.i r iptc UI urVUI
luu UaUatu tliatcurui the wont cunci.
JOHN P. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale AgcnU.
PAFVFT? TRAINS LEAVE AND
- L AOOlV Vlilt ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOUIS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE.
without chunglsg cars. The direct route to
And All EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
Trains leave and arrive at Cairo as follows:
E jpre". dally except Sunday i:M p.m
Matl, dully i:0i a.m
Etpre-s. dailt 5:lilD.m.
Mail, dully except Sunday 3:10 a m.
iieneral Sou Agt
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. W. SMITH KllS. Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express travel Cairo 8:45 a.m.
Through Expresi arrive! a: E. St. Louis.. 5:u)p.m:
Thronuh Exprefi leaves E. St. Louis.... tt.OOa.m.
Throuish Express arrives at Cam) 5:10 p.m.
Murpnystioro accommodation leaves calrol-. 35 p.m.
Mii'physhoro Acc. arrives at Murphy sboro 6:4) p.m.
Murphyslioro Acc. leaves Murphysburo. .. 4:15a.m.
Murphytlioro Acc. arrives at Ca'.ro 10 45 a.m.
The Cairo 4 St. Lonla Rail Road ts the onlv all
Rail Ronte between Cairo aud St. Louis under one
management, then-fore there are no delays at
way stations awaitine connections from otlier'llnea.
Close and sure connections at M. Louis with other
linea for North, East and Went.
J. A. NAUGLE,
L. M. JOHNSON.
CAIRO fc VINCENNES R.R.
ill "rTT THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
UI Jll-LilO lOvansville.
17 AIIT T? THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS-
JL1LL.O VILLE. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
'-H ArTTTCTHE shortest to Indian-
01' JllliTjO APoLIS.PHILADELPHIA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train" of all other routes makliiR tho same
lP" Paen'era by oilier route" to make conncc
tluns must ride all' nllit. vvaitintr from one to six
hour" at small country stations for trains of con
Jtr.LJiJLl)IUa, m. train, reach'.ne Evans
1IM0, Indianapolis. Cincinnati and Louisville same
day. Train leave and arrive at Cairo as follows :
Mail leaves 4:45 a.m.
Mall arrives 10:00p.m.
Through tlckita and checks to all Importaut
r A. MILLER ROSWELL MILLER.
Gin'l Pa. Acrenl. General Sup'
L. H. CHURCH. P-sen2er Aeeiit.
Jr.HSB lli.NKl.K, N. B. TlllTI.EWK)Il, J. 11. MOOIIE
Fiirnier's Tobacco Warehouse
No. Mi and lit Commercial Avenue.
tVW'era1 Advancement nindo on Couslcn
ments of Tobacco, Flour, and Grain.
lARcuts for tti'Hr, Scott & Co. threshing ma
chines, iiortable sw mill and threshmu enclnes.
Aecnts forChunip on harvcMlng muchlues. mowers
E. C. FORD,
Variety Bracket kStore,
Commrri lnl Atciuic Corner Ninth Street.
CAlltO, t : ILLINOIS.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY
Say" Ronton physician, "has no equal aa a blood
nnrifler. Hearlna of its many wonderful curoa af
ter all other remedies had failed. I visited the lab
ratory, and convinced myself of Its genuine merit.
J? l,,uPreI from barks, roots and herbs, each of
which Is highly effective, aud they are compounded
In such a manner as to produce astonishing results.
Is the Rroat blood purifier.
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula.
Is recommended by physicians and apothecaries.
lias effected some marvelous cures In cases of
Cures the worst cases of Canker.
Meets with wonderful success In Mercurial dlceusci
Will eradicute Salt Rheum from the system.
Removes Pimples aad Humors from the face.
Cures Constipation and regulates the bowels.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will enre Dvspcpsia.
Restores the entire system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Falutness at the stomach
Cures Pains in the Back
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint.
Is effective In Its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Is the preat reraeny for General Debility
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vcjetine is Sold By all Drujrgrists,
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 1 4th, 1877, Under the Latvsot
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 1877, under Aft of Congress.
WILLIAM STHATTOX. rr.EsinKNT.
Mns. T. A. TAYLOR, - - Vicr. President.
J. A. OOLDSTIN'E, Treasurer.
Dii. J. J. GORDON, Med. Advisor.
THOMAS LEWIS. Secretary.
HOARD OP MAXAG ERS :
J.J. GORDON, Physician Culro, Ills.
Mrs. P. A. TAiLOK, Superintendent of
Schools, Alexander County " "
Mrs. K. '. KOKI). Variety Bracket More. "
J. A. GOLDST1NE, of (ioldrtine llo-
semvater, helesale and Hetall Dealen
in Staple and Kuncv Dry Goods " "
N. B. TlIISTLEWOOD, of Hlukle i
Thistlewood, CommiHsion Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors " "
S. D. AYEUS, of Ayers & Co,, Commis
sion Merchants " "
T1IOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
ana yxtioniev bi l.aw
WM. STKATtON.of Stratton ii Bird,
Wholesale Ororers " "
GEO. M. ALDEN, Commission Mer
chant. 78 Ohio Levee " "
JAS. S. HEAKDEN, Aijont Mississippi
alter Transportation i. ompany " "
HARRISON HOUPT, Watchmaker aud
CHAS. K. STUART, Wholesale aud Re
tail Drv Goods and Notions ' 11
EDWARD- A. RUDER, Manufacturing
.leweier ana uoiesnio ueaiur lu
Watchmaker"' Tools and Materials.... " "
EDWIN K. KGNEW, Proprietor St.
HAZEN LE1GIIT0N, Commission Mer
chant " "
Dr. EDWAHD R. ROE. U. S. Marshal
Southern District Illinois Soriuefie d. I s.
Mrs. S. A. AYEUS Villa Kidire. "
Dr. It. S. BRIG HAM. Physlciuu.. Indianapolis, Ind
JAS. M. GELATT, Heal Eslato
Agent Keokuk, Iowa.
Rev. DAVID C. WELLS, Methodist
Minister Grand Jnuctlon, Tenn.
J. R. GULLKY. Merchant Meriduu.Mlss.
Corner Washington Avenne aud Eight Street.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
kin,i.ftml comult' "urply Of the best of ill
Kiudsmvit nlwayi oa hand.
MORNING. AUGUST 10, 1879.
For the Cairo Bulletin.
(acaoEsTED, pniDAY niuut, aooust 1st, IS79.)
Jhe moon ahinei down on a new mado grave,
On new mado grave to night ;
Foldlnilti lenjih In a illvery veil
Of th soltest, tend'rest light.
Tho moon shlnui down on a darken'd borne,
And itreams on the cottage floor,
With pitying oleums for thoso w ho mourn
For one who will come no more.
Tho moon shines down on felon'i cell,
And pmi with Its searching light
Near a'-m-ty brluk"-alonowlth God;
Will kesurliik from Ita beami to nlhtr
How much of horror one hour can hold.
Strlckejdown In his day'i full noon
Shlno outho homo wheie his children m6urn,
With tbj- tend'rest gleams fair moon!
' Kati W .
For tho Cairo Bulletin.
Pilterr, patter dropi the raiu,
Pitter, on the window pane;
Now more fierce, now more strong.
Patter, patter, all day long.
Tatter, patter, on the roof,
Like the clatter of a hoof;
Now a gush, now a ipout,
Ever trickling 'round about
Patter, patter In the pool,
Making everything so cool ;
Patter, on the furrowed land.
Patter, on the beating strand.
Patler. patter, on the grain,
Patter o'er the rolling main ;
Patter down the grassy hill,
Like the rippling of a rill.
How the tiny dropi do flow,
Now quite rapid, now more slow;
Over meadow, over lea,
Chasing, chasing aa they flee.
Makinzall God's creatures glad,
Leaving nothing that Is sad,
As they patter at the door
Of the rich man and the poor.
Cairo, 111., Aug. 9, P4T9.
For the Sunday Bulletin.
THE FATHER'S LAMENT.
The following lines were written many years since,
by M. A. Gamagc, then the well knowu aud enter
taining correspondent, "Montgarier," of the New
York Commerclul Advertiser. He was the futher
of two deaf mute children, a son and daughter; and
his wife, to whom be was devotedly attached, was
On placing his children in the New York Insti
tution for the deaf and dumb to be educated, the
load of sorrow that was crushing bis sensitive na
ture found utterance In these beautiful Hues.
Shortly afterwards he went forth a wanderer and
w as never heard of more. His children grow up,
educated and accomplished mutes, and the son be
came a highly respected aud successful teacher in
the New York Institution where ho still is. Tho
lines, I believe, have never before appeared in
print. Th original copy having been placed In
my hands by a lelativc, w ho was an intimate friend
Cairo, lu.., August 1STH,
Come to these willing walls !
Ye blighted blossoms of my early hope.
Torn from our bleeding stem unripe, to die.
Though spared to rev'rend age nosorrow waits
Within, to reach yonr lips her blackened cup,
That cup your hapless sire (till vainly seeks
Conic to these fearful walls !
As yet your little hands are warm in mine;
And while on each, by turns, from swollen eyes
A father's tear of gushing anguish falls.
More light ye seem to tread; nor can dlvino
Divine 'mid halls so fair, why grlefl mysteries
Come to these silent shades !
There, shelteicd safe from men, their wilei and
The good and kind shall guide your infant years,
While gradual from your heurts the mcm'ry fades
Of the lone wretch, who, distant, counts his days,
Days rife with vain regrets, and traced in pil
Come to your llviug death !
For, though your boon, yet my weary bosom weeps
Its down trod flowers, and marvels why 'twas
Mischance should chill ye with her mildew breath,
And press her marble fingers to your lips
Lips bowso'er I kiss shall spenk alone in
Come! Not more dead to me
I that foud, gentle form on whose soft breast
My first love vows your early plaints were
Than yours beneath this cloistered destluy I
O'er hope's pale leaves now let one ruin rest
Rest till my death-struck heart cares not to count
Come! for we part anon!
Strangers will shield ye from that frowning glen.
The world, whose 'wlldering turns I hence
And hap'ly. one day, shape your obsequies!
But when they tell ye how your sire
Npt from himself (oh would ho could) from yon,
Say, will your thoughtful bosomslove him then?
Then, though ye may not look to meet him 'neuth
Come! It Were best forgot,
What flattering visions soothed my eoul's repose,
When foundly dreaming what my boy would be;
But lot them paa! engorged hy rav'nous fate.
A sigh created, and a tear can blot!
While the lone heart that yields to such de
cree, Turns, breaking, hence, as their kind portals
on its joys outlived, and hope's annihilate!
Come the ; for here at leai-t
No vials dread, of penitence and puln.
From folly'i bitter streams, shall wail for you;
No grave keep ambush for love's dear caress;
Nor slighted bliss send specters to your feast
May your r.pe day nonuornlng errors me;
And, though your sire himself unblest re
main Kcnialn for aye for you-Ood, this last blessing
Yon Must Cuke that Cowiii. With
Sliiloh's Consumption Cure you can euro
yourself. It has established the fact that
Consumption enn be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
nil diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efiord to be with
out it. You can uso two thirds of a liottlo
and if what wo gay is not true wo will ro
fund the price paid. Price 10 ct. GOctu.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your 'Lungs are
sore or chest or buck lame use Sliiloh's Tor
ous riastcr. Suld by Barclay Brothers.
Memimiih, Tenn., Aug. 8. Fourteen
cases reported to tho Iward of health
morning, eight of whom are colorod
deaths from yellow fever have occurred
since last night. The Howard, association
this morning assigned two additional phys
icians to duty Drs. Julius Wiso and lienor
Jones. It has rainod continually since 9
o'clock last night A.W.Jones, orderly
sergeant of tho Chickasaw Guards, died
suddenly this morning of conges
Twenty-two cases In all, 8 whito, H col
ored, were reported to the board of health
to-day. The additional deaths have occur
cd. Hon. John Johnson, superintendent of
quarantine, and E. T. Porter, chief execu
tive of the city, to-day issued the following:
To Inspecting Officers and
Poiico Officers on duty at Memphis:
Until further orders, you are hereby in
structed not to permit any person or per
sons to bo landed from any boat, or other
water-craft, at this port who have not had
yellow fever, and in addition, cannot givo
satisfactory assurances that they are able to
provide for themselves. These restrictions
also apply to railroads leading into the
The Howard association to-day placed
thirty additional nurses ou duty. Weather
very chilly, damp and unfavorable alike to
sick and well. No change in the condition
of Ed. Moon and Miles Owen. J. M. Tigue
is very low. Mrs..Atby is convalescing.
Tho mail from the East arrived to-night. .
Dr. Jerome Cochram, of Mobile, arrived
to-night, having been ordered by the na
tional board of health to proceed to this
point and take charge of afTairs as represen
tative of the national board during the
temparary absence of Dr. Ii. W. Mitchell,
who has gouo to Washington. Tho fever
will bo declared epidemic to-morrow
The earnings ot tho Indianapolis and
St. Louis road for tho mouth of July wore
f 32,000 in excess of the earnings in the
corresponding mouth of 1873.
Alexander Mann, an extensive stock
dealer, has 5,000 head of cattle fattening
in Central Illinois' which ho is shipping to
imlianapolis eastward, at the rate ot thirty
car loads per week.
The St. Louis cast bound freight pool
went into effect Sunday. It is now thought
efforts will be made to establish pools at
other prominent western shipping points
The managers of tho express companies
are disappointed that tho reduction of their
tariff for carrying for freight lms not in
creased their business. Tho reduction m
rates which they mado for carrying money
packages, uuwuver, mis lncreuseu uio earn
ings of tliis department quite handsomely.
a uispatcn ironi ionuon, tngiamt, says
that at a meeting of the Manchester stock
holders of the Great Western Railway of
Canada a resolution in favor of amalgama
tion with the Grand Trunk was passed
uuanimousiy. A committee was appointed
to protect the shareholders interests and to
urge the Directors to amalgamate.
Col. Shaw, Passenger Aircnt of tho Ind
anapolis, Bloomington & Western Railroad,
lias recently traveled quite extensively over
Ohio and Pennsylvania, and he reports that
the migration westward from these States
is to be heavy this fall. Kansas and Ne
braska are the favorite States just now with
parties who propose to move West.'
Business over tho Baltimore & Ohio
Railroad has never been heavier than now.
Every thing they have in the shapo of
freight cars litis been pressed into service,
nnd engines that have been idle for years
have been patched up and put in place of
a better class ot engines where they could
do the work temporarily, and the relieved
engines have been put on to the main lines.
A report, which tirst appeared in a Mon
tana newspaper, to the effect that Jay Gould
had secured control of the Oregon Steam
Navigation Company, is denied. It is as
serted that tho stock of this company is still
owned almost extensively by the Northern
raeifle Railroad Company, and that its
boats will be used to make connections
with Portland and the Puget Sound sectiou
till the road is coin pie ted.
Tho Indian government has been author
ized by parliament to purchase the East
Indian railway, the most valuable railroad
property iu India. Yet this has been
managed ou the principle of low furcs
Passenger fare is leis than two-thirds of a
cent per mile: aud the effect has been to
pack the trains with travelers, and give
large returns to tho company. The other
roads in India follow our system of high
faresl with tho result of repressed travel
and no dividends. It is a question worth
Bolvinjr whether the system would not,
within proper limits, pay here.
A CYCLOPEDIA FOR f 10.00
Perhaps the most remarkable literary en
terprise of the time, is tho publication of
tho Library of Universal Knowledge, in 20
volumes of nearly 1,000 pages each, hand
somely bound, for 50 cents per volume, or
10.00 for tho set. It is a reprint entire of
tho last (1879) Edinburgh and Loudon edi
tion of Chamber's Encyclopedia: A Dic
tionary of Universal Knowledge for the
People, with very large, additions upon top
ic! w special interest to American readers.
NEW SERIES NO. 39.
The amount of matter will somewhat ex- '
cced that of tho Cyclopedias of Appleton
or Johnson, though the price is but a frac
tion ot their cost. Volume one is to bo
toady early in September, and tho others
will follon at vory short intervals. Tho re
markably low prices aro accounted for by
tho method of sale, to the subscribers di- '
rcct, saving them tho largo commission,
often 50 or 60 cent,, paid to agents or deal
ers; also, by the recent great reduction in
tho cost of making books, and by making
very large Bales. This certainly, is a work,
that the millions will appreciate. Special
inducements arc offered to early subscrib
ers and to clubs.
The same publishers have recently issued
editions of Chambers' Cyclopedia dof Eng
lish Literature, 4 vols, 3.00, formerly sold
in 3 vols., lor $9.00; also, Rollins' Ancient
History, and Josephus Works, largo typ
cditions, for 3.23 and Smith's Biblo Dic
They also publish, in Autrust and Sep
tember, tho Acmo Literary of Biography,
13 vols., tho former at 35 cents and the lat
ter at 50 cents per vol. Jn these series are
presented such authors as Carlyle, Macau-'
lay, Gibbon, Goldsmith, Lamartine, Michc
U't,, Thomas. Moore, Walter Scott, and
Fouque, and such subjects as Gcsar, Crom
well, Burns, Joan of Arc, Vicar of Wake
field, Picciola, Lalla Rookh. &c. Full rat.
aloguo of publications, terras to clubs. Ac.
will be sent free ou renuest bv tho publish
ers, tho American Book Exchange, 55 Book
man St. N. Y. .
Scddkn chancres of temperature alwavn
induco physical discomfort under various
manifestations, but generally colds. Dr.
Bull's Baltimore Pills quickly rid tho sys
tem of the bad effects resulting from these
changes. Price only 23 cents.
AT THE n.AXTEItS' FIOCSE.
John Keller, Hickman; Phil. Crookcr.
St. Louis; J. Barnum, Villa Ridge; J. J.
Jones, Charleston ; C. F. Mow, Virginia ; T.
J. Logon, Humboldt, Tenn. ; Erman a Show,
Henderson, Ky. ; A. Vantuglc, Carmi; E.
Nirsh, Philti.; D. A. Echols, Mound City;
Geo. F. King, Cinn.: C. M. Morris and
wife, Jackson, Tenn.; Sarah' Parker, Oak
Town; E. W. Olives, Charleston, Mo.
Is it TntE. Is it truo that a remedy has
been compounded which will do away with
tho mineral and drastic purgatives of the
past centuries, aud which, while entirely
efficient, will leave tho system in its former
healthy condition? Yes, tho remedy is
Tabler's Portalinc, or Vegetable Liver Pow
der; a cure for all tho disorders arising
from a torpid liver, and as innocent as spring
water. Givo it a trial. It will do what it
promises. Price 50 cents a bottle. For
sale by Barclay Bros.
Out at Last. "Gooa morning, friend
A., I am surprised to see you out, and look
ing so well; I heard you were confined to
your room, and bed, by that pest of human
ity, Piles." 'Yes, Mr. B, I had been long a
sufferer when I heard of Tabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment. ' It proved a blessinc to mo
indeed, one bottlo having so fir restored mo
as to enable mo to bo about my business
again with carfo and comfort. You can rec
ommend it as a genuine remedy." Prico
50 cents a bottlo. For sale by Rarclay
An Old Doctor's Advce. It was this:
"Trust in God and keep your bowels open."
For this purposo many an old doctor has
advised the habitually costive to take Kidney-Wort
for no other remedy so effect
ually overcomes this condition, and that
without the distress and griping which
other medicines cause. It is a radical
cure for piles.
Hate you Dyspepsia, arc you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to uso tfhi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relievo you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Wki.l's Persian Perfume "Hackmetnck"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navv To.
Wateh is kueh That's so. but In most
patent medicines you ptiy for it at tho rato
or a dollar a pint. Kidney-Wort Is a drv
compound and one packago is enough to
make six quarts of medicine without .ad
dition of nny poisimotis limiorn. It is na
ture's remedy for Kidney Diseases, Liver
Complaint and Piles, for it is both diuretic
aud cathartic, tonic ami healing.
A Caiip To all who nro suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc, I will send a receipt that will
cure you, fukk of chauok. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Semi a sell -addressed en
velopo to the Rkv.Johiii'ii T. Inman, Sta
tion D. New York City.
Oi'T ok Wouk. There be those who By
that there need be none unemployed that
there is work for all, if they will but do It.
What wu sav, is, let every ono who has a
cough or cold take Hall's Balsam at once.
It is the only reliable remedy, that never
fails to cure.
Ten veaiis ok iiohkim.k touti-iik -Mrs.
Surah llaulon, ot East 33d street, New
York, for ten years boro as paiieutly as she
could, tho agony of a log swollen to four
tunes its natural size, which was red and
raw, and from which constantly oozed a
blistering accretion. One week s applica
tion of Gilo' Liniment Iodide Ammonia
restored tho hidiotw member to compluto
soundness. Giles' pills euros headache.
Sold by all draughts. Send for pamphlet.
Dr. Giles, 120 West Broadway, N. Y. Trial
lift 25 cents. Sold by Barclay fca. ;