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II. BRYANT, M. D.
O'-'PH'K: Kirflith wul WnntilujtuD Avenue.
FB91DKNCE: Comer Nineteenth and Wash
yy II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
CSVe 140 eommerelal venne. Konldt-ncc inruer
Koiirtt-euth St. ml Wiwliinirtua aveuue, Culru.
. E. W. WI1ITLOCK,
t.rru k No. I'ommejd&l Avenue, between
anil Nlnlh Street
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olTIiE Eijhlli Sir1-'!, uear Commercial Avetme.
NOT.VliY l'l BI.H'
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
oKFIi'Ei-Wttli tin' Widows' ami OorphunB' Mu
Oui Aid SooMy
1NEGAR & LANSDEN,
FFK'E N"- H;i I'mnmerml Avenue.
JPOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The ElemiiitSldewaeel 1'aiw n L'lT Steamer
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1 ..vea ('aim eerv afternoon at It o'clock, for
Pili.-ah letro;i'.ill mil way lumlln. l-'or
M;t o: apply to SOL. A. EH,
(JAUiO CIT FE1UIY CO.
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Dealer in Iresh Meat
H-tw'i Washington mill .'om'
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KEEPS fur nalethe h, 4t Beef. Pork. Mutton, Veal,
Lamb. ttaunaxi-, Ac., aud In prepare'! to nerve
tarn'.iie In an ac ci-l tnMe manner.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load a Specialty,
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Coi'.Twi'li'tli Stivet ami Levee,
FLOUR. (iUAIN AND HAY
Eyptiiin Flouring Mills
HitfWst Cash l'rii' Puiil tor Wlicnt.
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ti u vein Mill Cumu neg bud, ulid dun t )on
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A. J ALDE.V JuIIN IJ'JDliKS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTEHKD AT TUB POST OVFWK IN CAIBO, II.'
I.IXOIS, AS fF.C0NIVCI.AS9 MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER. COUNTY.
Only Morulnir Daily In Soutlicru IlliuoU.
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MsTlmura Temperature. nsl Minimum Tern
jicrsture, 15; JiHlnfall, 1 Inch.
Seri;'t Signal CorP. V. S. A.
IX AM) AROUND THE CITY.
Anotlior nrrivul of choice northern
Butter at Pettis & Bikh's.
Jim Powers, tlic rulennite, lias ren
iloreil the city invulnerahle, outsule and
A beautiful shell given away with ev
ery pound of Tea, at Pettis Sc Bird's.
The ward health officers will probably
complete their report to-morrow, ami drp
out of active duty.
Have you bought that one dollar Pail
of Geo. OTfara, to keep off the chills?
Only four of them left.
The poisoner visited the dn.ir pound,
yesterday afternoon, and the unclaimed
canines therein died the death.
All kinds of fresh crackers, nic lines,
etc, at Pkttis & Bird's.
Mr. Hyslop returned home yesterday,
and was warmly welcomed by our citizens,
all of whom were jrlad to hear of his safe
Mr. A. Eraser, the sheet-iron worker.
is engaged at present in the manufacture
of cornice for. the Rnse-Saup business
Everyliody come and see our Eye cent
counter. Pettis & En;i.
Niuire Robinson s habs of liis'ice
were closed yesterday, the Squire Laving
taken advantage ol the opportunity to
spend the Sablwith in the country.
Services Tn the Gorman Lutheran
church, this evening, will be conducted in
the English language. Rev. E. Knappe. pas
tor officiating. The public is recpectful'y
A brace of belligerent individuals
came to blows on Sixth, yesterday, fid
being unable to cxp'ain awny the turpitude
of the proceeding. Squire Comings f ncd
them 3 and costs. each.
Constubl Gladaey appeared before
Squire Coinings, yesterday, and filed bond
in the capias easy against him, for the sum
required, witli two good and sufficient
sureties thereto, and he still waves.
Try our Fa -icy Family Flour, cheap-
The finer brands of flour manufactured
by flaliidtty Bros (said to lie matchless) are
put up in a welvc-hoop barrel, with alter
nated staves of rel-oak and white-wood.
The barrel is thus rendered attractive and
There is soinespeeulation us to who will
be uinde police constable for the Fifth ward.
The more prevalent opinion is that Warren
Wims will le transferred to that beat, and
that another man will be appointed to make
the rounds with Tyler.
A colored man named Ike WiNon Ik
came rantankeroiis, late Friday night, and
scattered insults promiscuously upon male
and female alike, until Officers Tyler und
Wims came along and took the noisy Isaac
The secretary of the Widow's and
Orphan's society, of this city, yesterday,
sent out the notices of the !tli usscs-diicr.t
in class 1, liciny the 10th death since the
organization of the surety. The death i
that Mrs. S. A. Barucr. of Springfield. Illi
nois. Two ni' our nsxHtant health officers
were "tired," yesterday "fired" to be in
terpreted ns synonymous with "discharged."
To prevent the r:Mi ot the usual 20U ap
plicants, for vacant places, we will remark
that it has not been determined to refill
-McAulilf, in our county jail, awaiting
trial for the killing of John Campbell, was
born in Ireland, but emigrated to this
country when a lucre la;l. He is now ,!;; or
11 years of age, about thirty yean of which
time he lived in the neighboring sections ol
Illinois, Kentucky and Missouri.
Alex. Frotliingham i Co,, brokers, 12
Wall Street, New York, make careful in-
ve-tmeins tor customers, in sums o s?.") to
$100, which frequently pay ten to twenty
times tie; nmouiit invested. Their Weekly
Financial Report, sent free, gives fail in
-The funeral services over the body of
little Frankie Rndcll, will bo held at the
residence of the parents, two doors above
Tin: Bnj.KTiN office, at half-past U o'clock,
this afternoon, the Rev. W. F. Whilnkcr.
officiating. The friends oi the family nrc
invited to be preenl.
Liltle Frankie. son of Mr. and Mrs,
I. .1. Rciidell, died yesterday, after a pain
ful Illness of about two weeks' duii.tion.
The body will be taken 1 1 Petersburg, Ya
for burial. Little Frankie wa mi especial.
Iv bright an 1 lovable little boy, Hewn
about thrci' years ot fige.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MOKMMtf, AUGUST 17, 1S79,
-Under orders from proper authority,
Throckmorton has supplied the bunks of
the city jail with new mattresses, made
strong mid compact, for the rough usage they
are likely to be subjected to. The institu
tion had been innocent of any pretence of a
mattress for many weeks.
Two steamboat hands engaged in n
terrific rough aud trumble, at the corner of
Eighth, and levee yesterday forenoon, and
being adroit hiders, both of them escaped
nrrest. Ouo ot them caught the other by
the shoulders, and making a catapult of his
head, faiiiv smashed his antagonist's whole
The slop barrels, planted here and
there about the city, swe as a great con
venience to the hogs. The slops are thus
brought together, and the hogs don't have
to hunt around after them. About every
third slop barrel is lying on its shle with
the frisky tail of a lion protruding, show
ing that it is all right with the hog.
The latest news from Memphis was
that brought by yesterday evenings pa
pers. During the 21 hours ending 1 o'clock
yesterday morning, only niuc new cases
were reported, six of which were colored.
There were six inteim -nts. This is n great
falling off of new crises, but it is scarcely
safe to augur favorably from it.
We publish Mr. Wright's comnuini-
cition, because if the facts ftre as h" states
them, they should not he withheld from the
public. If they are not as he declares them
to exist, he is a responsible gentleman who
will not hesitate to correct any error or
misapprehension into which he may have
fallen or been led.
Three colored men entered Sam Myers
clothing store, Friday night, und while two
of them were telling the shop boy engag
ing stories in the back part of the store, the
other succeeded in stealing several siik
handkerchiefs. Yesterday one i f the gang
wis seen on the levee trying to eject a sale
of his share of the "swag." which was
worth about sixty-five cents.
Strange loafers seem to be multiplying'
more rapidly than is consistent with con
tinued good order. Unless they are thin
ned ojit, soon, we shall not be surprised to
hear of numerous burglaries before the
end of another week. There are at least a
half hundred rough-hewed fellow?, loating
alxnit our levee ar.il elsewhere, who carry
countenances to which money drawers wili
open, almost unhidden.
Col. Lowery's route of travel through
Southern Illinois can now he toilowed by
the guide posts lie lias established in the
way of Reform clubs. His l itest efforts
were expended in Belknap, where he or
ganized a club of 174 members, aud in
Burnside, where he organized another club
104 strong. As both villages are small,
the "shaking up" evidently involved nearly
the entire population.
If anybody care? to hear unstudied
profanity the kind that neither nature nor
education has softened or refined -let him
attend the landing of the ferry boat, and
wait until the teams, loaded with wheat,
attempt to make the passage up the levee,
over the loose boulders and broken rock.
Asingleumcrereratcd drive vi Igiwut cr
ance, on such an occusion, to a greater vol
ume of the Hrticle than any one would sup
pose that any body had stored away for trie
uses ot a whole life time.
Mr. George Lower, who recently re
turned from the Hot Springs, says the yel
low fever punic has completely prostrated
business in that locality. As no fever has
appeared in any part of the State of Ark
ansas and as refugees from smitten locali
ties are seeking places of refuge every
where, one would suppose the prevHiling
panic would have directly the opposite ef
fect on the springs an 1 all other health re
sorts. Tlie council of .sanitarians, here Friday,
resolved, among other things, to make
Canon permanent supply depot; and to
provide, for present and future needs, u
larger and belter boat than the Vaiisant,
which is really unfit for the service in
t'lided. Tlie No. 1 station will be main
tained i very year, i'nun May until iWt,
whether there is any epidemic sickness ;a
the country or riot. The next meeting of
the board will be held in Washington, dur
ing the present week.
The Johnson County Journal, of Fri
day, says: "It is rumored that a suit is
soon to be instituted against the holders of
the Cairo & Yincennes Railroad bonds is
sued by this county. The Slu riff is to be,
enjoined from paying over that fund which
he now holds, and the Audilnr enjoined
from making further levy to pay the inter
est, until thef-uit is decided by the higher
courts. The Commissioners have made ar
rangements with A. (i. Daiiinm, who will
secure an able counsel to assist 1 1 Ii 1 1 , mid
begin the suit immediately if not sooner."
Quite a number of persons, residenu of
Cairo ,have failed after so minr weeks
and month of grace, to pay tlit-Ir personal
tflvs for 1870. It has come to (, ,inr,
now, that collector Hodges miut either co!r
I ct the taxes where he can do M,,v ,ijstr(.g
of personal effects or otherwise, or p(ly (10
niinuut out of his own pocket. A nobody
asks or expects him to do that, it follows tlia
nobody can have good cause (,f V(11CC)
should he resort tit extreme iue.,m,rers to
pr itoct himself. Having de!er!jH , ,lo
this, deputies wiil on the mr,rr, .v, c,,'.,reo
cV.leetions by.destninls '
We do not understand that any of the
cxpeusy involved in the maintenance of
quarautiuo at Island No. l,is to bo borne by
the city of Cairo. Cairo pays for her work
of homo inspection aud disinfection; pays
tlie alanes of her health officers and of all
tho guards but two. Here, as we under
stand it, her obligations to expend money
ccas. All outside arrangements are estab
lished and maintained at tho proper
cxpeuso of the State and general gov
ernmentarc paid for out of the funds
already appropriated by congress vud our
general assembly for that or kindred uses.
But still, as the safety of Cairo is closely
hinged with the management of the quaraiv
tine at No. 1, and a that management is
maintained by public money, it is saying
more than we lire willing to assent to, to
say that it is not subject to Cairo criticism.
At the meeting of the Board of Health,
held in Mayor Thistlewood's office, yester
day afternoon, there were present, the
Mayor and aldermen It illiday, O'Callahan,
Linegar and Smith. After the discussion
of matters pertaining to the situation end
its present needs, the following resolution
was introduced and adopted:
Resolved, That hereafter all boats which
have not come from any infected place, or
that have not lauded within sixty (fi0)
miles of any such infected place, be al
lowed to land at this port, provided that
before any passengers shall be allowed to
leave said boat, there shaH be exhibited t.i
any officer of tlie city a clear bill of health
from the inspection station at No. 1, as well
as the usual certificate from each passen
ger, now-required tinder tie- rules ot this
It is the arrangement, we believe, that
in pursu'ince of the above resolution, an
officer board each boats to examine her
"bill of health," and to look around n little
on his own account, while a second offici r
stations himself at the gangway tn exam
ine the passengers' "usual certilica -s." In
the event a passenger has no certificate to
exhibit, he will be escorted, we suppose, to
Charley Glass continues his devotions
almost uns?asingly, when he is not asleep ir
interrupted by visitors. We saw him, yes
terday, and he stopped singing long enough
to assure us that he felt all right; was per
fectly happy, und took victuals with as
good an appetite as he ovr enjoyed in his
life. "The man that would go back on his
eatin '. " he said, "c iusc of the happenin" of
a little trouble like mine, is 'tirely too
chicken-hearted. If the ittles is clean,
as they allers are here, bring Vm on;
they'll allers find me a waitin'." But
happy ns he is and well as he loves "vit
tles," he feels very bitteny toward Ellen
McKearney and her sister. Ruthy Brown.
Both of 'em. he say3, ought to bang on the
same pole that he hangs on the wretched
fellow having conceived the idea thl he is
to be hatiged on a pole! Not a little -11
lias been added to his feeling too. by the
recent information that Ruth Brown had
been married three or four times lulbre she
came to him; but as he was not married to
Ruth himself, it is a little difficult to con
ceive where the cause for exasperation
conies in. He ins;st, now, very vehement
ly that I K'fore he struck the fatal blow,
Newman raised hi in, ordered him out of the
room and tried to strike him. This is
clearly an after thought the doomed man
has pondered over so much, that be now
probably believes it. The position of the
body, the blow on the back of the he-ad.
and the testimony of the only witness in the
house at the time, clearly disprove it. No
such pretence was set up before the coron
There are, at this time, three person
confined inour county jail for murder one
of them awaiting execution, and the others
awaiting trial. Of the crime of which
Thomas McAulilf, who is one of the two
awaiting trial, stands accused, the public
knows no more than the fact that on hist
Christmas eve he engaged in a fight w ith
one John ('.impel!, near Hois.' Shoe mills,
and cut Campbell so severely that he
shoitly after died of his wounds. We
conversed, yesterday, with man who
knows more about the facts than any other
person living, and as he had not
previously communicated them to
anyone, of course they have never been
made public. At the time of the kil
ling of Campbell, MeAulilf lived with his
family near the Horse Shoe mills, and but
a short distance fioin the railroad commu
nicating therewith. On the evening of
the tragedy Campbell was in his hoiisi .
MeAnlill' and Campbell agreed to go to a
ball in the neighborhood, and the former
not feeling inclined to leave his wife and
children alone, left his house and went lo
Mrs. Bly's to get her to stay with them.
Mac had been gone but a short time when
Campbell went out of the house, and p
turning immediately (old Mrs. Mac that
her husband, Tom, was up the railroad in
a fight with a lot of negroes. Mis. Mac
hastened up the mad, uceoinpnnieil by
Campbell. They had proceede d but n shoit
distance when Campbell proposed (hat they
run away from Tom, and live as man aud
wife. She replied indignantly, and then
suspecting Campbell's purpose, slarted back
home. Campbell pursued and caught her,
knocked her down, kicked mid stiuck her,
the woman during the struggle, rolling
from the railroad into the muddy ditch n't
its side. By this menus she got mil of
Campbell V clutches, and huriled homeward.
He again overtook hei nt the gate, and 're
tonne 1 his ittaek ns liirioin!y ;t.bi f,,re;
bniso'ci t.i'.s?.. I t'lreh f.Trol'M.'A'iliU"
return, anil concealed himself behind a fenco
A few minutes later McAulifl entered
his house and was horror stricken
at the appearance- of his' wife. She
was litterally covered with mud; her
face was scratched and bruised, and her
whole appearance that of a woman who had
been most brutally assailed. Learning the
facts, he started in pursuit of Campbell and
found him behind the fence. Demanding
to know what he meant by his conduct,
Campbell replied "I've done you dirt, and
you can't help yourself." The men nt once
attacked tacit oilier with their pocket
knives, nnd, after considerable sparring,
McAulill planted a blow in Campbell's
breast, then, closing in upon him, stabbed
him several times. MeAulitf then left the
State. He remained awhile in St. Louis,
came to Cairo, and on two or three oc
casions visited his family; and it was on
one of these occasions that Constable Hognn
arrested him and committed him to jail.
Campbell survived his injuries only two or
LETTER FROM IUXOXSl'HlMiS.
Dixos Si'iiiMis, August 14th. Dixon is
still "booming, sweetly b toming;" some
coming, others leaving. Thus the Summer
season is gradually passing away, but the
recollection of happy times spent at the
charming resort will ever be cherished
with fond remeiiibrence by those who have
joined in festivities and drank of the
fountain ot health. There is pleasure alone
in roaming through the pathless woods, ex
ploring with curious eyes creation's varied
wonders. There is a happiness here in the
s,ci:d circle which is all congeniality nnd
good spirits. There is a fountain filled
with life-giving waters drawn from the
veins of mother Earth, an 1 her sons and
daughters who drink then from are cleansed
from disease and regenerated, receiving re
newed strength and vigor.
A large crowd of pleasure seekers are
here today, and the Silver Comet Band of
Vienna is making the place ring w ith de
lightful music. Lat Sunday morning ft
',' i Vlock tlie guests were awukeii"d from
tlp'ir ilreams by a serenade from the brass
band of Golconda, and during the day the
register showed sixty-six new arrivals.
Toe new coiners only remained a short
time, but promised to visit us every week
or so during the Summer campaign. Mc
Kiiight, the artist, purchased a new photo
graphic instrument, which he is now using
to fine advantage among the grand scenery
found at this place. His work is an excel
lent card for the Springs as well as a source
of revenue and an advertisement for him
self. Yesterday evening a large party of
ladies and gentlemen visited the cave w hich
is aluuit i miles distante from the hotel.
Mr. McKnight was among the number and
took some good views.
Mrs. Rieser, the doctress of Dixon, who
has been so prompt in relieving tlie sick, is
very thankful for the compliments paid her
in your newspaper. Her husband, Mr. Abe
Rieser, who travels for the clothing house
of Loweiitlial A' Co., of Evansville, arrived
yesterday morning. He was very anx'otis
to know of his wife w by she didn't stick tip
"her shingle," and she smiled and told him
it win all for glory. Yes, hergood d eds
are without money and without price in
this world, but there is a realm of eternal
glory beyond the skie where her reward
will he greater than the things of this earth.
The other morning in trying to play
eiroiu for the amusement of the gills, by
jumping over a large Newfoundland dog, I
sprained my ankle and have been very
much bothered with it ever since. I re
ceived lots of sympathy and a bottle of
arnica. I believe tie- arnica did me the
most g.io .
The new bath houses so long promised
are completed at last. The springs are also
being walled in with mioother rocks and
fixed in good style. The cause of delay in,
these, matters was on account of the great
ru.-h ol people at the beginning of the
season. The shady grove in the valley will
soon be cleaned up and fenced in and then
everything will be lovely.
Among the late arrivals are Judge Green
and family, of Cairo; Mrs. M. S. Walters
and child, Mrs. Theodore Stejer, Tiiomai
II. Clark and lady, and F. M. Thomas,
of Gnlchiida; Mrs. II. Burgauer, MUs Laura
Weil, Sam. Hubbs and wife, Mrs. Bernard,
Mrs. Frank Bhoades and child, of PaJucah ;
Misses Maud, Mariah and Fannie Banni
daughters ofGieeu II. Iluiin. Commissioner
of Internal Revenue, of Washington, D. (';
J. W. Bowker, Miss Mattie Bowker, Jno.
Boieoiirt and Miss Emma Roicourt, of
Metropolis; Win. King and lady, of
Rosebud. Ills; Capt. !, M. Kelly and lady,
ol Diiqiioin, Ills; Miss B. Heisch; Mi-s
Winlersohn, of St. Louis, Mo; Mr. W. P.
WrLdit, of Cairo; Mrs. Fannie Raiim, of
Goleonda, and Mrs. Sullivan, of St. Louis.
We imw have an excellent siring band
under the leadership of Prof. ('has. Miller,
of I'adueali, and the nights are made gay
an I festive with music, and dancing. Next
Saturday evening, a grand dress ball will
be held in the large dining hall of the hotel,
and representatives of the beaux and
belles from I'ailncnh, Goleonda, Vienna,
Metropolis nnd the neighboring towns, will
Tlie grandest sight I Ikivm ever wilm
sed since my sojourn at thesy springs, was
a view of lie falls just after a hard rain.
It was truly magnificent to watch the water
dancing and leaping over the rock, with a
roar, that whs almost deafening, reminding
one of the gi at Niagara and Its mighty
The scenft was so tempting that our
special artist made a picture of it and says
it is tar ahead of any view that ho has yet
obtained at tho Springs. !
To-night a protracted meeting convenes1
in tho neighborhood, under tho superinten
dence of Rev, Butler,of Mayflchl, Ky., and
will continue for some weeks. A largo
crowd will be in attendance from the sur
rounding country, and to those who are re
ligiously inclined it will be quito a treat.
Thus you sec wc have amusemouts here of
all kinds, both religious and worldly and
one who cannot be pleased must be exceed
ingly fastidious, Dixon is Indeed better
kept and better patrouized this season than
was ever kuown before, the only cause I
have to complain of is the scarcity of Cairo
people. Hoping that many of my friends
iu your city will make up their minds and
visit Dixon, is the sincere wish of .your
humble correspondent. Dixon.
It is foolish for any one to have the faro
full of pimples, blotches, etc., when Dr.
Bull's Baltimore pills can be bought for ','."
cents, at any drug store.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
Ti:s Cents Woutii, It you want a in it
smooth shave for teu cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonaorial Ihie, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 14? Commer
We have the sole right to maiuifactuio,
sell or put up letter or note heads under
Rodder's patent. Any infringement on our
rigid will be prosecuted.
Tiik Caiiio Bi i.i.ki is.
Anti-Bkj.U'm Puk ks -At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, uq
the late papers, clean towels, keen razor-,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory work. Prices: Shaving. M
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shamp-ing,
25 cents. Give him a call.
Ik thk oenti.kman who died of Cos
oestive Cim.i. a few days ago, had only
known that the investment ot One Dollar
in a Forbes' Liver and Stomach Pad ap
plied in time would have saved his life,
would he have neglected the opportunity?
Hundreds are doing the same thing every
day. For mv nt Pliconix drug store.
Dox't Bk Deceivi.I). Many person; say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs had to Consumption and
x remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any 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 tiiis a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50 cts. nnd $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Wiiv will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and geu
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalier which we sell on
a jtositive guarantee to cure you. Price
loots! and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmhtack" a popular and fragrnn
perfume. Sold by-Barclay Brothers.
Cnrii'jii Mtsic The finest music pro
vided by any church in the country is to be
heard on Sundays and holidays at St. Fran
cis Xaviers' iu New York. Its organ and
its choir are alike famous, and its services
are crowded by both the religious and the
critical. The credit of this superb preemi
nence belongs to the organist. Professor
Win. Berge, music doctor, who but a w hile
ago, ruptured an artery in his arm and had
to abandon his profession until cure.: by
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia.
Gn.bs' Pn.i.s cures Dyspepsia.
Sold by all druggists. Send lor pamphlet.
Sold by Barclay iv Itro. Dn. (1ii.es.
120 West Broadway, N. Y.
Trial size 25 cents.
Si'.M.Mi'.ii Bitteii A few years ago no
farmer expected to make good butter in
hot weather, but now by the use of im
proved methods, in setting milk, and of
Wells, Richardson k Cos Perfected Butter
Color, to keep up the standard color, the
bad elfeets of hot weather are overcome.
(m: Box on Six Botti.es. If you are
suffering from a combination of liver i r
kidney diseases, and constipation, do not
fail to use the celebrated Kidney-Wort.
It is a dry compound as easily prepared as
a cup of coffee, ami in one package is as
much medicine as can be bought in six
dollar bottles of other kinds.
It is asskhteh that the ordinary cos.
luetics used by ladies are productive of
great niischeif. We believe this is so, and
a better means of securing a beautiful com
plexion is to use some good blood medicine
like Rosadalis, the great Southern Remedy,
which cleanses the blood and gives perma
nent beauty to the skin. Sold by Barclay
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To
baeco, SMALL ADVEKT1SKMKXTS.
Abb ADVKKTIKOENTN a taia r . , y.
live lines mirli or lens will lie pa 'H-h ; lor !.
eeiita every Iiihi-m luti ; $1.00 nor month. Imh" nil
illLlnnnl line, ft cunt. Sltilllt ulis wanted Iru .
A cold colliir button. The llmler will l" rewnnleil
on leiivlnn II l the St. C'lmi lea Hotel.
Pun SAi.K-Seiinrutelyor tonulher, a ut or ulimlit
Imriiits, n nmv, Imw nimliion win w '''
Apply nl llnllelln liliiilery. J"11
HICAIxn'AlITURS FOBPING AUTUERYUOODH
How.. Arrow-. T.inreU. Hliontlna Olovc. etc.. nt.
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