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BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: EltfUth ami Wafliliiulun Avenue.
RBHll)KNi'K:-Cirui-r Nltx'toeutli mid Vh-
11. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 1H Com men-Sal rwiuo. ReMdenco corner
Fourtfiitli SI. and Wanulniitoii avenue. Mro.
J-)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Owen No 'W. Coroinwrlal Aviinn?, nrtwoen
K:hth and Ninth Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
D K NTIS T .
iiFFIi" K Eighlk S:r'fl. near Commercial Aw nun.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE : With the Widowa' aud Oorplians' Mil
t iul Aid Socii'lT
J IN EG Alt & LANSDEN,
A t torney s-at- Law,
OFFICE No. Ill Conum-rcia! Avenuo.
pOlt . METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
Tin- E'cant Si Ji'whei-1 Fa ftinirer .Steamer
Leaven Cairo every utternnon ut 3 o'clock, tor
Padurab, M.-tni.uHf und wy laiidins:;. for
reijcht or pa-aje iPily ' t,()L" A- alLJiK,
QAUIO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE teMl STATES.
Ou and nrier Monday, Jit tin Hi. the lioat will make
he follow lux trips:
M!AVK J.HAVKS I.KAVBS
Foot Fourth t. Missouri Laud'R. Kentucky Ld'jj.
7 a. m. 7: a- m. S . m.
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sw p. tn. 5:Ut p.m. :30 p.m.
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Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Htwfeii .Washington nnd Com
inertiinl Av.t adjoining Ilaniiys.
KF.EPS for nale the Wet Reef, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
Lamb. ttauaaiti-, c-. llt i prepared toiervu
famine In an accuidaliie manner.
PROPRIETOR OK SI'ROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car IjoadU a Specialty.
) K 1 c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiirliest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
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IX AND AROUND THE CITY.
Rend the small advertisement column
Antonio Cella lias returned home from
Hot Spr'ugs consid- ably improved in
health, but still rather weak.
Mr. N. K. Goodrich, of the firm of I.
G. Goodrich & Co., extensive operators in
melons, vegetables, etc., is 'n the civ, on a
The Archery club hud eight new bows
and a thirty-inch target on the grounds',
Thursday nigh f None of the s -ores were
The Delta City's new cistern in the
rear of their engine house is complete. It
is 10 by 14 feet in t!io clw and 's a num
ber one job. J. S. Ilawk ns is the builder.
Mechanics are at work, when the
weather permits, repairing tho roof of the
round house, that was so seriously damaged
by a late wind storm. Tho roof was badly
Mr. Walter Hyslup will arrive in
Cairo to-day, on his return lroui Scotland.
His friends here, who are as numerous ns
are our people, have a cordial good welcome
in store for him.
William Holmes, who has been i'i the
habit of terrying strangers into this city,
was caught, yesterday, escorted to head
quarters, nd admonished that further of
fendings will greatly imperil his life.
It don't make any particular d'Ter
enee, and we are quite sure that nobody
cares, but to be exact we are called upon to
say that the writ for Gladney's am-.- wus
sued out before Squire Comings.
Mr. W's communication arrived at too
late an hour, last night, to admit of inser
tion in this morning's paper. It is very
emphatic, and "hits the nail on the li'-nd-'
several times. It will be published to-morrow.
The chances in Hogan's watch all
being taken, tho raffle for it came otl'Thurs
day night. Mr. Mike Shcchan threw 41,
and as nobody succeeded in beating or
equaling it, Mike took the watch, which is
said to be u very valuable time-piece.
Mr. Close says that an observant Isitor
in Leailville can scarcely close his eyes
upon opportunities to make money. Of
course the chances for penniless persons are
not numerous, but a comparatively trifling
capital opens the way to profitable business
employment at once. Whether or not Mr.
C. intends to return to Leadville, we have
not been informed.
From the neighboring station of Deihl
stadt, on the St. Louis I. M. Si Southern
road, there have been shipped, this year,
seventeen thousand, six hundred water
melons equaling forty-five box car loads.
No section of country in the world sur
passes Mississippi and Scott counties, Mis
souri, in tho production of meliuio nml
, "Old George "contimieshis wearv rounds.
Yesterday lie was accompanied by a female,
ill-clad and dirty, who was seen munching
her lunch on tho sidewalk, about one
o'clock, in the midst of the heaviest dash
of rain that fell during the day. George,
meanwhile, was banging at the door of a
neighboring residence, hoping by rousing
the inmates to add a lew scraps to his stock
The Cobdeii correspondent of Jonos
lioro Gazette Buys the rate of freight on
flour from here to Cairo has been reduced
to $18 per car. This is a step in the right
direction, and is due to Mr. Tucker, the
general freight agent of tho Illinois Central
railroad, who made the change ut once
when Ins attention was' called to the in
justice of the rates as given in last week's
If the sheriil' were not blessed with
more patience and forbearance than the
common run ot men, he would limit the
calls upon Glass to fifty a day. It has al
ways been customary to set aside l-'riday as
tho visiting day of the week, ami not to
open the doors to visitors on any other day,
except on particularly urgent occasions; but
callers on Glass How in or out in almost un
interrupted procession a fact that would
have upset the patiet.ee of Job fully n week
Really, now, do our cotempoiiiiies of
the 1 ribune believe that a thing is sacrcdt
becnuso it is old? Must the grand jury
abomination stand untouched, because it is
moss grown? Was slavery n sacred thing
becuuse of it- age? If age begets rever
ence, doll' your hats', sirs, to the grand old
Democratic, party I Rut, as a usual thing, it
is the old habits, practice nnd institutions
tlmt are obnnxioua; nnd we are the wiser
and Ix-tter to-day for having ubandoned,
uprooted and destroyed the most of them
CAIRO PULLKTIIn: &aiuivuai muKiNiJNfcr, AUftUST 16, lb79.
Thistlewood and Aldermen
llalllday and Smith accompanied such
members of tho several Boards of Health
as had arrived in tho city, yesterday worn
in", to Island No. 1, to inspect tho hospital
boat. Tho party went down on the tug
Ariadne, and, retunvng, they received on
board a member who had arrived by the
Illinois Central, and then made a second
trip. There was a general preliminary dis
cussion of quarantine anil sanitary mat
ters, but up to that time, no formal action,
Col. Lowcry, being in tho city, enter
tained tho crowd at Reform hall, last night,
In a short, ringing address. There were
sixty or eighty persons present despite the
inclemency of tho night, und what is rather
a remarkable fact, fully one-half of them
were strangers. Pour names were added
to the pledge. Rev. Mi Maxwell, the re
lormed Baptist preacher, to whom we al
luded in Thursday s paper, did not speak
last night, not being prepared as fully ns he
could wish. He will address the club next
A stranger, a large old-fashioned h ok
ingman, was in Cairo, yesterday, ha;,ig
ari'ivedttwo or three days previously, pro
bably from some point south. There was
nothing strikingly peculiar about the man,
except that he was accompanied by a very
small, ill-clad, baro-footed and bere-hended
boy, not more than live or six years old.
The little fellow was burdened u ;(,i a
bundle, all he could close his arms over,
and manifestly too big a load for such a
little boy. The pair excited considerable
remark; but the query: "Who are they V
Every now and then sirull droves of
Texas cattle, crossing the Mississippi r.t
Cape, Girardeau or Willard's landing, are
driven through Union county. To this
fact is ascribed the outbreak of u deadly
disease that rages with singular virulence
among the Union county cattle of a higher
grade. Several droves passed through lust
month and the month before, and the
Jonesboro Gazette says the cattle nil along
the route pursued, have become affected
w th the disease. The Gazette demands a
rigid enforcement of the law.
The fearful inroads the yellow fever is
making among the colored people, who, in
detianco of all suggestions and persuasion?,
persist in remaining !n Memphis, will sore
the good purpose, we hope, of assuring 'e
obstinate creatures that their only safety
depends upon their early removal from tie
city. Thursday's report is apt to be repeal
ed, over and over aga'n, itn'-'l the 12.08)
blacks now in the ciisn-k refuge in tie
neighboring camps. Forty new cases, anl
thirty of 'em among the negroes, is the re
port ; ami there is now no reason tor bj
Moving that any of the negroes will escape
who persist in remaining in the p"St-sm:r-ten
The facts communicated to Walt by a
gentlemam i-ouuctttul wliL .
works here, serve to show that the work is
. . r, 1 - II I.
not only being periormea in a imu.n.go
manner, but is making very satisfactory
progress. Since April last six thousandth
hundred feet of foundation mattresses, two
feet thick and seventy feet wide, have bten
put down, at a cost uot to exceed one dolar
per lineal foot. Within another month the
revetment of the bank with stone, to f.ic
length of the foundation, will le brought
to a point that would mark abuot sixten
feet on the gauge here in the Ohio. 'Jhc
section of matress that broke away(the
other day, and which our informant nag-
nified into a big thing, was in fact Hit a
tritle. It involved a loss of less thiji a
hundred dollars. ' !
The following named gentlemen con
nected with the sanitary system of the
country, were in consultation in this ctiy,
and at Island No 1, all day, yesterday. -were
unable yesterday ever'ng, to obtain
full minutes of the action taken, but shall
endeavor to do so to-day: Drs. J. I).
Plunket, Tennessee;.!. II. Rauch, Illinois;
Pinkney Thompson, Kentucky, Executive
Committee Sanitary Counsel of the Missis
sippi Valley. Dr. II. Wardner, President
of the Illinois Board of Health; Dsr. E. II.
Duvol and A. A. Ilornor, Arkansas Hoard
of health; Dr.Daniel tiober. Hickman, Ky;
Dr. C. W. Francis, Health Officer, St.
Louis: Drs. C. II. Hillings, Washington
Cily; R. W. Mitchell, Memphis; S. M.
Remiss, New Orleans; II. A. Johnson, Chi
cago, of the National Board of Health.
Alderman Linegar would havu th.
council designate one of our justices of the
peace as the officer before whom all our
ordinance-breakers should be t:ken for
trial. He would not, as now, leave the
matter subject to the determination of the
policemen. It should be known te i,H( ho
says, who is specially empowered to punish
violations of our city ordinances. At this
time the policemen may know wh,re they
will take parties whom they maj arrest,
but the parties themselves are igiwant in
that particular until they uirive li court.
This, Mr. Linegar thinks, U giving to
policemen a discretionary power they should
not possess. But, on the other hind, lias
the council any right to m on justice
above another, in tho trial of city 'cases?
Would mich action on the part o'tir, Cl)ltl.
cil have any legal force? It seems to us
that matters are moving ahm,' smoothly
enough. At nil events we (,m Worrx
along" until th" spring electim, when we
will choose n police magistrate -Robinson,
Comings or Osborn by ba!!
rt . mttnr A XT ...
Hon. P. E. Albright and wlfo but re-
cently returned from an extensive tour of
Colorado, Idaho and probably Nevada.
They visited all points of attraction,
and, closely studied tho country, with a
view of forming an intelligent forecast of
its future. While Mr. A. confesses that ho
saw a wonderful country, it is his convic
tion, we understand, that we Egyptians
live in a greater, and will not, if we aro
wiso unto our temporal good, exchange
Southern Illinois for Colorado or any of
the territories. Men who reached Lead
ville, Silver Cliffs and other points only a
few j-ears ago in an almost penniless con
dition, now count their wealth by tens nnd
hundreds of thousands of dollars; but they
are the men who drew the capital prizes in
that grand lottery. Where there is one of
that kind there are hundreds who are poor
and hopeless, and who regret the day they
left the States to better their fortunes. We
have not interviewed Mr. A., personally,
else, we might go more into definite parti
culars. We infer from language used by our
correspondent "Colored Citizen," that lie is
under the impression that one-third of the
city's revenue is derived from fines imposed
upon colored law-breakers. The number
of arrests made, and lines imposed would
seem to indicate such a result ; but imposing
a line and collecting the money arc two
very distinct nnd dill'ereiit operations -the
one very ensy of accomplishment; the other
most difficult, and accomplished only once
in a long interval of me. Of the forty
five thousand dollars annually expended in
the maintenance of the city government and
credit, less than five hundtvd dollars are
derived from fines; and of that sum, less
than one hundred dollars are paid by the
colored people. Hence, instead of furnish
ing one-third of the revenue,
tlii! colored law-breakers furnish less than
the four hundred anil fiftieth part.
Instead i f being a source of profit, our
petty offenders, punished under our ordin
ances, are a constant expense; instead of
putting money in the treasury, they take it
- One of the loud-voiced, knaving ne
groes of Cairo insists that the negroes
can't catch the yellow fever. He lived in
New Orleans before the war, and passed
through three epidemics, and knows what
lie is talking about. He knows that not a
single negro has had the fever in Memphis
this year; and when the truth comes out it
will be tottrid 'hat all the neg.-oes that are
sick nnd that have died, were poisoned by
the Democrats! The loud-mouthed negro
evidently forgets that th : negro having been
clothed with all the rights nnd privileges of
the white man, is subjected to all the white
man's besetments and dangers. Ha'.ng
been made the equal of the white man, he
can't expect to take the ballot and refuse
the yellow fever. But in raising the sus
picion of poison lie lias furnished a splen
did clue for the Chicago Tribune and
Springlild Journal. The only wonder is
ii LLia U not their own.
Mr. E. W. Patton and Mrs. America
Olden, both of Ballard cou., Kentucky,
came over to Cairo, yesterday; immediately
repaired to the office of Squire Osborn,
who enjoys some reputation as a matrimo
nial knot-tier and were united in marriage.
Die return of the newly married pair to the
other side of the river, was to have, been"
celebrated in a grand barbecue and dance,
the meats for which wort; at that very in
stant, being barbecued. Why the mar
riage arrangement was perfected here, and
not in Kentucky, we do not enderstand.
Married, in the city of . Chicago, on
Thursday, the Uth inst., by the Rev. B. Y.
George, Mr. John D. Maekie, of this city,
to Sophia Louisa, second daughter of the
late Rev'd. David Ramsay, of Strom ness.
Scotland. Mr. and Mrs. Mackie nt once
set. oil' on a bridal tour, we understand, and
will be absent several weeks. Rut that
fact does not deter his many friends ' i
Cairo and elsewhere from sending him,
greeting, their heartiest congratulations and
cordial good wishes. Mr. M. is deserving
ol an amiable and accomplished help-mate,
and Thk IU'LI.ltin is glad to be assured
that in the lady of his choice he has found
Vickcrs, of the Metropolis Times, and
Field and Spear, of the Golconda Demo
crat nnd Herald, have been named as a
committee to call out responses from the
editors of Southern Illinois, on the proposi
tion submitted to have a grand gathering
of the clan at Dixon Springs on the 1st of
September. The object is a week of rest,
recreation and social intercourse. It is not
often that the newspaper men of Southern
Illinois enjoy a season of relaxation, But
few of them join the annual junketing
tours of the Statu association the greater
number remaining at thur post of duty
year in and year out, lending a tread-mill,
jog-trot life that converts them into old
men before they reach the age of forty. It
is this class that should gather at the
Springs on the 1st proximo, and 'take the
proposed week of rest, and recreation. But
few of them will do so. They will IVel
that nobody can (111 their places on the pa
per, and feeling that way will make no ef
fort to fill them. But the meeting, we dare
nay, will be a success without that element.
There is a goodly number who do not feel
themselves hound, hand and foot, to the
drudgery of business, and these will be
present. We much regret our inability to
be one of the number. We see no reason
why it should not be one of the pleasantest
of re-unions; and believing that it will be,
"We want to be there, too,"
' . .
A colored patron of Tn it Bulletin un
dertakes to give an explanation of the
cause of the frequent scenes of disorder
among the colored people. Lest we might
misinterpret his ambiguities we give his
communication, substantially as written by
him. Signing himself "A Colored Citizen
of Cuiro," he says: "Informed as I am of
tho general way of the ignorant colored
people, of Cairo, it stands me in hand to re
veal tho secret. Such men as Charley
Williams and others should not be aston
ished if, nt any time, they aro 'put in our
little jail,' at tho expense of the city. It is
not worth while considering them any
more than the pure African breed.
Now, in this month I have seen in your pa
per the names ol not less than thirty-five
olacks who have appeared in our courts to
answer for violations ot the city laws. I
hope the editor of this paper will place in
his paper the facts appertaining to
what is negroism. Tho colored peo
ple, at this stage of life, are so bewildered
they will not stand any degree at all.
And now Mr. Editor, please ask our justices
of the peace to refer back to their records,
and they will laid not less than foity war
rants have been issued for and against
Charley Williams. I hope you will not
think the majority of the blacks, is alike.
There are something like t?00 grown blacks
in Cairo; but only about 150 are ns pure
African as Charley, in ignorance: this when
the city gets one-third ol the money off the
police courts. I hope you will still re
member that if any one would like to join
this company, let him enter Vc the faith
ful horse Harlem. Respectfully, Yotrrs,
CoLOHKI) CiflZKN OK CaHO.
a list of i.mnns hkmainino in thki-ost-
OKKICK AT CAI110, ILLS., O.N TI1K lTl l! HAY
OF A L'li t'ST, 1S7IL
Buggs, Adalitie: Cogattl, Marinda (2):
Delancy, Elizabeth; Dearing, Mrs., Ebert,
Margaret; Foster, Belle; Hundley, Eliza
beth; Hickh-y, Annie; Hayes, Surah;
JohnMin, Mary E.; King, Lucy J.; Kraft,
Caroline; Lollis, Lisy; Lanibo, Era: Mor
ris, Kiddy: Myers, Ester; Powers, Lizzie;
Roach. Lydia; Rogers, Jane, Thylor, Net
tie; Williams, Mary; Williams, Lena.
Allen, Harrison; Armstrong, John; lllev
ans, (I. W.; Clark, A. J.; Casty, Bill;
Chism, Harry, Diggs, Hugh; Dorian,
Michael; Dahoney, John; Esque, J. E.;
Flurnay, Arch; Eraser, T. A.; Fair, C'has.:
Frederick, D.in'l; Green, Elijah; Grass, N
K. (2): Hewill, George; II ivelnnd. George;
Hester, G. W.; Ifoininerman, John; Har
rison, J. W.; Harden, J.; Iuiiue, Win. (2):
Jameson, Herman; Johnson, Henry C.
Keen, W. H.: Kleifgen, Casper; Miller,
Albert: McCallen, F. W.; Morris. James F.;
Manies, Mat.; Murfey, M. Oliver, Richard
Pierce, Jerry; Payne, Oscar; Porter, Tho.s.;
Hitter, Eaniel L.; Sprinks, Win.; Stout,
William; Swank. Silas; Stein, C. L.; Spil-
iwie, John C. ; Seymore, J. M.; Shorwooi
James; Tracy, J. Martin; Thompson, Levi;
Ynuphorc, M.; Woodward, W. R.; Wood
word, W. W.; Wulters, Charles L.
THE EQUITABLE LIKE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OK THE UNITED STATES
MA K KS THE FOLLOW I XG ANNONt'E
MEXT TO THE PUBLIC:
The dissatisfaction which prevails
throughout the community with regard to
onerous conditions contained in life assur
ance contracts and the judicial decisions
based thereon, together with the public in
dorsement of the liberal usages of this So
ciety, as shown by its largely increased
business, has led the management seriously
to consider wliutlur tin- contract could not
be simplified and certain conditions ert'sed
therefrom which have been the subject of
much criticism ana misconception.
After n careful examination of the ex
perience of some of the best companies in
Great Britain, who have shown a greater
liberality than has been customary in this
country, this society feels justified in adopt
ing a form of contract in which the follow
ing important concessions are made to pol
icy holders throughout the United States:
1. Policies will be made incontestable
after three years from their date.
2. Each ordinary policy will provide for
a delinate surrender-value in p:;id-up assur
ance, in ea-e the policy is forfiitcd after
three years from its dale.
.1. Each Tontine policy will contain a
definite surrender-value in cash, in case of
withdrawal at the end of the tontine
1. The contract will he concisely und
clearly expressed, containing only such
provisions as are necessary to protect the
.. The above concessions will hereafter
inure to the benefit of all policies already
issued and in force, after three years from
their dates respectively.
Taken in tiik act Sister Jones called
on Elder Smith a few evenings since. Be
ing a next door neighbor, she entered his
study unannounced, and was greatly
shocked at sei;ing him take a drink from
a. suspicious looking bottle. He noticed
her look of inquiry and said: "This, Sis
ter Jones, is Tabler's Portaline, or Vege
table Liver Powder, the only remedy I
have ever found for the many troubles ar
ising from a disordered liver. I can rec
ommend it." Price .)() cents. For sale by
DmWk Bklikvk in Witch-Chaw? "I
take the position that we do not, in its
broad sense, said u gentleman of years and
experience, and yet we find many of the
present day carrying a Buckeye in their
pocket through a kindof superstition, when
they might be relieved by a few applica
tions of Table's Buckeye Pile Ointment."
This ointment is made from the Buckeye,
nnd is recommended for nothing else but
piles. Try it. It will cure you. ' Prioo no
cents a bottle. Forsulo by IJarolny Bros.
Wiiv suffer such distress from Piles nnd
Constipation ? K idncy - Wort will cure you
SPECIAL HUSINTSS NOTICES.
Ten Cknts Woiith. It you want a neat
smooth shavo for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
tho toiuoriul line, remember tho place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Anti-Bem.l'm Pricks At tho barber
shop of J. Geo. Stcinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 23 cents; Shampooing,
25 cents. Giv; him n call.
Notice. to all whom itm.vvconvbkk
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on it written order signed by
myself, and tho order must bo attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
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11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
!)! ' " . " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
Linen Note Heads.
The iiest quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 1G pound Bill Heads all size.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing if 1,00 extra.
Ruling ami Binding, all kinds at Tiik
Ik the oknti.kman who died of Con
okstive Chills a tew days ago, had only
known that the investment ol One Dollar
in a Forbes' Liver and Stomach Pad ap
plied in time would have saved his life,
would he have neglectcJ the opportunity!
Hundreds are doing the same thing every
day. For saly at Pheonix drug store.
A Sf.ahch Warrant 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 Disease, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimple,
&e., we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic
For sale by all Druggists. See that out
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Skllkrs t Co., Prop'ts, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros Agents.
Save voir children. 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.
Brudbery's. expelled 231 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Win.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The truth is mioiity and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cine
the worst cases of liver complaint, billions
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
tics, constipation, dizziness and all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 2" cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors. Pittsburgh.
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons ay
'T haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure r they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure u
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is sn positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no lien
elit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
10 cts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 2.i cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
end debility when you can get nt our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 7. i ts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmktack" a popular and l'ragran
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Summer Butter A few years ago no
farmer expected to make good butter in
hot weather, but now by the uso of im
proved methods, in setting milk, and ot
Wells, RichardMm it Co's Perfected Ilutter
Color, to keep up thu standard color, the
bad effects of hot weather are overcome.
SMALL ADVERTISES! KNTS.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS hi Hi in column, ol
live line each or Ii-kh will he imlillxlietl for 'J.'i
iciils wry liiKt-rtiou; $l.no ''r itmiitb. Ench lid
illlloiiiil line, 5 cents. Slnmilons wanted i'rei'. .
A colli collar luitton. The Under will lio rewarded
on IfHVltiK 'I S1, lll,hl.
A enrol irlrl wiiiilnd to conk and do Rvnvml work.
Annly at No. : linili ulreitt.
Mim. K. A. IH RXKTT.
Kim Sai.k Hcpnnitely or touiitlier, a net of dnelo f I
irni'.HH, li new, Iiii'l-v ri!hlim h nil a Iiuul'V whin I
Apply t "I'Uethi bindery. Jon K. Uciikk. I ff
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE ARCHERY UOODH
Bowk, Arrow. TniwU. NhnnHmr lllovn. etc.. nt
C. W. HENDERSON'S, Commercial avouiio, cor-
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