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THE DAILY CAIRO . BULLETIN.
of t(i Ii-adfiiK binluoBK housos wbofo advurtlHO
niffits may be found u Tim Uiji.i.ktih .
'0. 0. I'stli.r Jt Co., Commerclut avuuiio and Nine
CLu. it. Stewart, Eighth street
' Carl ivii'ri .V: Ilrrttr Kiulitli street.
litt'Ji Jii,d, NVhiLtftcii avenue and Eiehth
i ' atrict.
nr. uryant; olllco, KlKUtli slrect and Washington
Dr J. II Mareau; office, t ! Com mvrcial avenue.
I)r W. ('. .I.M'i.yn, Eighth near Commercial
J)r b V WUitlok, 1. Commercial au'hu,-
t KM Smyth. No. 01 Ohio levc
II. II find''.'. No. )Ohlo IfvecOip stairs).
IviuiUMe l-lfti. of New Vorlc, Comer Twelfth mid
ashlwtftoii avrnuc. ,
Widow and Orpliai.x Mutual Aid Society. Seventh
and Coiiim. r.liil avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
J.ir.fijnr Jt I.arndcn, No. 1 1:t I wnmcr. kd avenue.
OHNERALCOMMISSION MKRt HANTS.
1!:vV!!iiV llrim , rop,-!et.T Eirvptiin'Mil'.
H inkle. ThiMlewoed A. Mor. No. i-; and
DItn JOISTS -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IS in-lay Inn , Ohio levee and corner Eighth and
U a:i ntToii ft vent: u.
t if v National. Ohio I ivi--.
Alexander Count v. i-orK-r V.Wi ht.iI Commercial .
.1 Wvb-r. Eighth s'rc-t.
KochN-r Pros.. I oflii-r Eighth W ishinrt.tii.
Champion Three ht-ati--.
Je!.!i Sprout. on:.-r Twelfth and L.f .
E C For 1. 'rt:cr Ninth avl Comm r. i:.',.
i; A HI) Kits.
! i. -o StHr.houf a. E.'.'htU tnt
II schl- k. 1 1.' Commercial u .-i.ut
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Illinois' ;:nti:ai. h r
th:n Aimivr. tuain hevaut
ViC.... l:'.Sin.l!.. 3: J.i am.
Kx ::. ;Mp.m. I Eip.-.- 5:ip.m.
CAIRO Js VINCENNES It. I!
V i l lrtrOi'i r,.ra. J Xjii . ...1 4 a m.
CAIRO HI" L0V1S K l!.
Eij.r-w. . r : 1 ' r in. I Kxpr-. -f a. tn
Ac. ui Ion In. ji.li, ! Arcom'datiot l-.':-... n
ciir.t.o. sr. i.ons and new Orleans p.. r
Ma. V-J'p m. . M. .:)..... . .r,:..R.iu.
C A. 4c T. RAILROAD
T xs rz;r . S 4i a m. j Tia i-xorv iM'.p tn.
A-cumni i.Jat n . 'ia.m. !
(" EN Kit A I. DELIVER open i:JU a. m.; close.
I (i :v) p in. ; Sunday: s to y a.m.
Moi.iy ijrd. r IK-par'.xi'tit ojcu at S a. m. : ciofc"
at ' p. tu.
TbMU,'!j Etrf Mni via !:!!noi titrnl and
M ciij;)i Outra! Kailrcad ciw at JS:-i p. m.
Ct'ro slid pDidar UiuJ Ttirou-'j and Way Mail
fiv at l'. n
Way Mul via liliiiii (Vtitra!. Calm ard Yin-ri-uLi-it
aud .1ip.m.iihi1 Ciutrni Ituilruade ci.' at
9 4') p. m.
Way Ma.l for Narrow tiatip- Itallroid cioi. at S
Ca:: at i Kvanvf'V li'v-f Koiito c!o.- at :
p m. iv.. u-trppt Kridav).
Clirrk IKnuiH. J, Kol.-y.
Coun-'Ior-Wm. B Gl!(n-rt.
Attorney William ili-&dric'.
IHAIltl or At-tKIUIFf.
Kirt Ward-Wm. 0'( allahan. M J Howler.
Scroud Ward David T. Linear, C. It. Wood
Titird Ward-W. r. Wrieht. Ec'.crt Smith.
Koertn Ward i'harloii O. I'atii'r. Janu- Kvnnton
V.ti Ward-T. W. Hayiday, Ernot II. IVttlt.
' County Otruors.
Cirrult Judw-O. A. U irkiT.
Circuit Clerk J. A. K-vi-.
Cmiuty Judec K. S. Vocum.
County Clerk h. J. Hunim
County Attornvy W. C. M'llli. y.
Counif TruHMirvr A. J. Aldeu.
hberiiT Jobn Hodtre".
County Commii':onerr T. W. Ilalllday. M. V
nron. Suniu-l Hrili-y.
VI'RICAM M. E.-fourUviitb ctrtet. between
Walnut and Cedar trcel: fervirc Snhteitb U
a. r.i unit 7::;j p. lit.; Sunday Srlmol J::5i p. in.
CMIttlSTlAN-Elchtei'iith ulr-et; meititii; Sali
l. ith M.:W p. ui. ; preachlni! (H caMotiaily.
pilflii il OK TIIF. IiCDEEMKK--(Epl!nipnlj
V Kourleenlli vtrurt; Murnlin; prayers iSaiihuth)
l'i::ki a. in.: vvviilng prayer", J:) p.m.; hahliutU
rcbool -i a. in.
"I7IHST MI.SSIONAKY 11A1TIST CliriiClI.
I Hn-aebliicnt lt:u. in., tip. m, and "Mi p. tn.
hahhntb nehool ut "::H p. m. llev. T. J. Shoreii,
JUTlIKKAN-Thirteenth itreet; aenli'eK Snh
i l.iilb 1.) a. ni.; Sr.uday fdiool 2 p tn. Kev
Kr.aj pe, pator
METHODIST-Cnr. liiu'lith and Walnut Hlreetn;
Preaching Salilmtli Jil;:i 11. in. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wedne'.liiy "!:") p. 111.; Suudny
School, it a. m. Iter. Wblttaker, painor.
pilESHYTEKIAN-Elehtli utreet; pn-acblne on
I Siihliaih at 11:0.) a. 111. and ?:9ip. m.; prayer
meetinjf Weilnendnv lit T:'p. 111.; Suiulny &1U00I
ul .'I p. 111. ltev. I!. V. lieori'e, pa"tor.
SECOND FREE WILL KAl'TIST - Klfleerth
dtreet, lietweeli Wiiltint mill Cedar Htreetn; fur
lccs Sul)li:ilh at A and p. in.
ST.JOSEI'H'SHKmnaii Catholic) Corner Cro
and Walnut i.treelc; nervleea Sh'iIhiIIi ln:ia.
111.; Sunday School ut ' p. 111.; Vcpera :i p. in.; fit-
u.cw every day at 8 p. 111.
ST. PATI!ICK'8(Ioiiiiin Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and WHlilni;toii iivonuc; pervlec Sub
tialli 8 and 10 a. m.; Vcapera .1 p. in,; Snndny Sebool
V! p. m. ; aervicui every day at s p. m. Kev. Zubul,
Obtained fur now Jiivcnllonn, or for ImprovemenH
u old one; lor medleal or other compouniU, trade
marka and laheln. Caveat, Aaalininieutu, Inter
ferencea, Appenla, Sulla for IiirHniteinenti", and
all cae arllnif under thi' rutont Luwa. prompt
lv intended to. Inventlona that have been
iV lVrTL'niiythol'ulentOnicu mnyatlll,
Itfifl Li v 1 Fj U in moat caaen. be iinteiited by
ll. HelinroppoKllo the lT. 8. l'lltetit Depiirtinent,
and enuaed tu Patent btinlneaa cicluiilvely, vc can
nittko cloaer nearehea, nud Huenre l'atetita imirL'
promptly, and with broader claim, tlmn tbonu who
lire rniiiiile IVotn Wnahlncton. , ,
1 w vw vrniisi mod1,1 or 'kn,ch of
111 Till XJJVOyour device; wo niuke ex
amlnatlotia aud ailvlno un to palenlablllty, free of
charuti. All correapondeur.o alrletly cotitldetitlal.
Price low, and 110 charge uiiIohh Patent la-aecurud,
Wo refer In W'aaliliiirton, to lion 1'oatmiwior
Oeueral U, M. Key, Hev. V. D.Power. The 0.erinnn
American National Hunk, to offlclala In the I'. S.
I'atetit Ofllce, and to Hunatora and Hepreauntntlve
In Connreaa; and cupeclully toonr cllenla lu every
Utatu lu the t'nlim aud In Canada. Addreaa
O. A. SNOW&CO.,
Oiipodto fatout 021cc, WMUlugtpn 0, Q.
'MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
02 LakoSt.. Vil Seneca St.
Kt'onniny in Fuol, Dura-
bility, and Coiivcnii'iKc.
('(tiiijilctcncss of iK'siifti, anil
ri'rft'ctiios.s of Coiihtrnrtion.
Siniiilit ity of Manaqfcincnt, and
(it iicral Working Qualities.
THE REST AXI) 3I0ST RELIABLE
STOVES AM, r(
U Ji AXG Ek)
. - r THE MARKET.
Time Tried mid fire Tested!
EYEIfY STOVE KELIAIILE.
AND PliiiVEs A Sl fCE.SS.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
Ft.rsMe l y C. W. rfENDERSO", Cuim.
And by l:rit Clai" Dealer Evi.rjistere.
Liver A' Stomach Pads,
THE OliEAT SPECIFIC'
711 :: i'.kst kemedy
in the would:
Ha proved itself by a Three Yearn Campaign of
Liver, Stomach ami Bowels
Product- " I ir 'i-r ril"'i of wonderful and
' r ...Ionihiuj
Q U li 12 S
Than any oilier Uentedy before Ibe public.
A PREVENTATIVE OF ALL EPIDEMICS
Yellow feu-r. Elliioiia and Typhoid Fever.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC Pl'ISoNS
Neutralized. Eliminated und expelled tbiou'h
the naliiral (xcnMioui by
DW.C.W. FOKJ JES'
Health Restorini; Liver i Stonnuli Tails
An antidote that ha proven ilf repelbit.t force
to expel Aliuoi-pberic tierms of Dlseuce
that inf. ft the air.
An Antidote and preventative ami cure for Chil
dren, summer Complaint. Cholera Infantum. Scur
let Fever. Meule. Wlioopini; CotlL'h. etc.
A preventative lliat i IiIl'IiIv ajiprei luted by quite
a number ol motheri who have tried them.
Kurlie I'ailare tnailo tromlib.M i.h.MEli
ICAL ENTKACTS, poelnu the best abHorbeiit
properlle known to clence. bavlni; a direct appli
cation to the removal ol Morbid Organic condition
and rvtor!nc to ln-altb. natural eiieriryHiid normal
activity Hie vital function which are weakened and
debilitated by illeae. thu proving tbetnelve to
poHcHa I'OWEliFl'L REMEDY for all dl.eiise
of the Liver, Stomach mid Rowel, a !houand
can testify from praclicul experii'iice.
li. A tne price 01 me ran na neen reduced.
It make il the cheapeat mid most convenient nihil-
cation you can use for any of the above diseasea.
ONLY ONE DOLL Alt!
ONLY ONE DOLLAK!
If after a fair trial you are llntlaAeil. 'end back
your Pad to the proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL RE REFUNDED.
Fnr all advice (Kitt:t:) aend pymptom and I'll
nulrieii. (also for ainelu Puds) to
DR. (1. W. FOItUES.
171 W.-tlh St.. Cincinnati.
Will be told bv nil drucclati.
HART ,t IIICKCOX,
(HI W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
tSSee cerlltlcalef In liuue I'ircu liusnt lr nor
-4 kvl rv TO SWOP A EA 11, or to
LI I I II' l-."' a il'.V in voiir o ii locality
I m 1 1 II f.v.irlsk Women dona well
f 1 I ZJ J VllM ""'" JIV make num,
TT than the tiinount lated
nliove. No one can fall to
make money fast. Any one can do the work. You
t an make from ftnc to J-) mi hour bv devotlni! vour
eveiittiiJsiindaparo time to the buslue. It cost
not h I n iz to try the' buslnesa. Nothlnc like It for
moliev making evuroll'cred before. Huslness pleas
ar.t and lrlctly bonoraliU'. llendcN If you want to
know all nboiit Hie best pnylnir bulnes before the
public, fi'tid us your address nnil we will send von
full particular and private term free; samples
worth al so free ; you can then nialie up your
mind for voiiPM'ir. Address GEOltOE STINSON
jt CO., IVHluml, Maiuc.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY
In tbiisedHjaof political trh kery, a true friend
In ikittilue of need, U a friend Indeed: aud such
Dr. WM. HALL'S j
PiALSAM for the LVNGS
It la a uri; cure lor
CONSCMPTION. fortius. COLDS. ASTHMA
11 RON C H IT'I S, II OA USE N E Sb
and all diseases of the Liins, ( best ami Throat
This well known remedy has been used for
thirty years and lias cured luoitsiindN of cases,
tunny of w lili-tj were (.'hen up as boplesa.
No case, however obstinate, can renlst the
liealltiB iniperlleof Dr. Win. Hull' Ilalsatn lor
me i.unu's. t rial nottles win lie rnrulsueu ra
tuitiiiisly to all who uru afllcted with Luii and
-Remeinher that It I the persistent use of
tbo HaUain tlintcuie the worst insi-s.
JOHN F. HENRY, CUR RAN & CO.,
S COLLEGE PLAC E, NEW YORK.
(1) HARf'LAY HKOS. Wboleaalo AjeiitH.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11. II
V KVSC.Vll TRAIN'S LEAVE AND
- J ViiOiiiA' i Tjil ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. L01TS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LINE.
without ( huii'ins ear.". Thi- dire't ro".!' i
Ami all EASTERN POINTS.
Ami all NORTHERN POINTS.
Train- leave and arrive at Cairo as follows:
Expri-. daily exi-ept Sunday -J ftip.m.
Mail, daily except Sunday. .....
:i:lo j m.
Oeneral Sou A-.'t
JOHN H. .10NES
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS 11. R.
II. W. SMlTIj;iis5, liocpiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairo S.t a.m.
Through Express arrive at E. SI. Louis.. 5:0p.m.
Through Ex)ir"s leave E. St. Louis.... H:0a.m.
Throutib Express arrives at Cairo Vtp.ni.
Murphy slioro accommodation leaves Cairoli 'J p.m.
Mu'plnsboro Acc. arrive at Murphy slioro ti: I p.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leave Murpbysboro. .. 4:1 a.m.
Murpbysboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 10 4 a.m.
The Cairo 4 St. Louis Rail Road I the onv all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loiifn midr one
mauanemetit. therefore there are no dclii at
way stations awaiting connectinii from ottierines.
Clmi'iiud sure connections at St. Louis witli.lher
lines for North. East aud West,
J. A. NAl'OLE.
L. M. JOHNS!.
CAIRO & YINCENNES Ml.
M ArTrfTQTHE SHORTEST P.OttE TO
17 "rn,FQ THE SHORTEST TO LOt'IS
m'. , . J V1LLE, CINCINNATI BAL
TIMORE AND WAHINOTON.
U ATT VO THE SHORTEST TO IHMAN-O-i
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVE
Over train of all other route niakln; be ame
tif Pasentrer by other route to roakerotinpc
lions must ride all ulu'lit. wuitlm; from oie to six
hour at aniall country stations for train of cou
TiKM KATPiF.RTHE FACTand tnknrl:
it lj.UlJ.lt. i) Ivlt m, ,rHllli ,.,,.,,.1,., Eran!l.
rille, Indianapolis. Cincinnati and Louisville Jarno
day. Train leave and arrive at Cairo a follow:
Mail leave 4:4r.a.m.
Mail arrives lO.-Utp.m.
Through tick?l and check to all impirtunt
F. A. MILLER KOSWELL MILLEit.
tien'l Pas. Agent. Ctcncnil Sop'
L. B. CHURCH. Passenger Agent.
,4k r f f MONTH guaranteed i a
114 t J 11 lihivat home made by the Indus.
JL l II liriou. Capital not reiUited;
Irl f )rf ,vu " H,llrl von. Men, won en,
vJl - in,VH Bnt gin, make money tas
n brat work tin- us than al any-
thing else. The work U light nun pleasant, anil
such a any one can go right at. Vhose who lire
wise who nee notice will send us their addresses at
once and see for themselves Co.l) Outfit aid
term tree, aow is tne time, most already it
w ork are laying up large sums of money. Addrew
na lu.. Augusta, .Maine.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety ttoek
IX TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CDSE
Cor. Nineteenth atrcet and I tfoi'ii Til
Commercial Ave., ) tlll. U
O. O. PATIEU & C.
MORNING. AUGUST 30,
Hay a Boston physician, "ba no equal n a blood
puriller Hearing of Us many wonderful cure, af
ter all other remedies bad fulled. I visited the lab
ratory. and convinc-d myelf of it genuine merit.
prepared rrom barks, root and herbs, each of
w hich Is highly etlective, and they are compounded
in aucb a manner u to produco astonishing result.
Is the gn 'it blood puriller.
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula.
I recommended by physicians and apothecaries.
Ha i-tl-Tted some marvelous eurea In cac of
Cure the worst cnsei of Canker. 1
Meets v. lib wonderful cuccosn In Mertuiial disease
Will c-rairicnie Salt IlhcMm from fhv h.vhI.mh.
Ri-uiovc Pimples aud Humor from the Pice.
Curei- Cou.-tipatiou and regulates the bowels.
N .ulitable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
1(. -store. th cntir; system to a healthy condition.
R'-moves tit- cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Fanluess at the stomach.
Cure? Paiis iu the Back.
Effectual' cures Kidney ComplaiLt.
Is effertve lu it cure of Female Weaknesses.
Is ibe real remetiy for General Debiiily .
IS THE BEST
II. R. STEVENS, DOSTO! MASS.
Vfffetiue is Sold I!y all Di-ng-ffists,
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
R.SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu
Foreign ami Domestic Liquor
Wines of all Kinds',
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly a large
stuck of the best good In the market aud give
especial attention Jo tne wholesale branch of the
Dealor in Ercsh Meat.
lletwepii Washington tmd Com
incrciiil Av., iidioinins Ilimnys.
lEEPS for salethe beat Beef, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
Limb, Kauage, Ac, and I prepared to servo
families tn an acceptable manner.
PROPRIETOR OB1 SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholessalo Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o F f i c JO :'
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, August 20, 2 r. m. Wlicut
small business nt present priecs
Winter, 0s 93 2.1 ; Spring, 8s9s Od;
California average, 8s Cil!)8 CI ; California.
cluli, fis .LlOlOs. Corn 4a 8U4s 9d.
NEW VOUK CHAIN.
New York, August 29, 12:0;J p. m.
Whoat quiet No. 2 Chioago, ?1 01
1 01; No. 2, Milwaukee, $1 031 04;
Re.l Winter, l 0001 114'; No. 2 Red
Winter, 1 11 ; No. 2 Amber, $1 1 1 . Corn
quiet No. 2, 43 44.
CfflCaOO OltAfN AND PRODICE.
CurcAoo, August 29, 10 a. m. Corn
September, October, S'3f,. rork
September. T 47 ; October.! 07. Oats
September, 22' ; October, 22,'. Wheat
September, 6G; October M.
CiiiCAtiO, August 20, 11 a. m.
Wheat September, 8GJ; October, 87..
Pork September, $7 80; October, $7 784'.
Oat.- September, 22 ; October, 20 ?4'. Corn
September, 22; October, ;j:5.
CiftCAcio, August 20, 12 r. Pork
September, 7 i)7$ ; October. O.j. Oats
September, 21;; October, 23. Wlicnt
September. SO: October, 87 ?. Cora
September, 22 October, 33 .y.
AFFAIRS AT MEMPHIS TAKING
A MORE FAVORABLE TURN.
SIX PERSONS TAKEN DOWN AND EIGHT
UIT.IED YESTERDAY THE FEVER IN NEW
ORLEANS ANOTHER INFECTED SHU, ETC.
Memphis, Aug. 28. Only six new cases
to-day, three of which were In the hands of
the physicians the past two weeks, but
withheld from publication for prudential
reasons. They are now well of their at
tacks, and therefore should not be counted
as new cases of to-day. This is the most
favorable report made since the first out
break of the fever, but the undertakers re
ports are not so favorable, they having
made eight interments during the day of
which six ire .whites..
In addition to the deaths officially re
ported, we learn of the deaths of Keating,
lor fifteen or twenty years keeper of Court
square, regarded as one of the most faithful
of the city employes. We hear also of the
death of George V.Graves, train dispatcher
at the Memphis and Charleston railway
depot since dark. Graves claimed to have
had the fever at Shrevcport in 1873. He
leaves a young wife in a delicate situation
and almost alone in the world. His relatives
reside at Elmira, N. Y. Graves is the
second train dispatcher that has fallen a
victim during this epidemic.
Gen. Skeffington has taken another
change for the worse, as lias also Elias Mc-
Dougall. Some hopes of their recovery
were entertained yesterday, but their friends
now despair of their gettins at all.
Mrs. Dr. S. II. Collins has at last passed
the crisis with most hopeful signs.
Isaac Wiley of Carr avenue is reported
The following telegram was received by
Dr. Porter to night which explains that
Gov. Marks has begun in earnest a system
of rebel for Memphis sufferers:
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 28
Dr. 1). T. Porter, President, etc., Memphis
The governor having assigned to me the
duty of organizing a commissary depart
ment for cr.llecting and fumishiug supplies,
you will please furnish me by mail full in
formation of your wants, location of camps
and exact point where supplies had best be
lelivcrcil. Jxo. S. Weei.eu,
Dr. E. M. Wright, inspecting otlicer of
the national board of health, came into the
city, this morning, and left at noon for
Nashville via the Memphis and Charleston
railroad. In an interview he expresses him
self as highly pleased with the thorough
safeguards that have been thrown n rou ml
Memphis by the state hoard of health of
ficers, in the effective manner inaugurated,
especially in transferring passengers and
iggageonthc line of the Louisville and
New Orleans, Aug. 23. Of six cases of
yellow fever reported yesterday from quar
antine station, on the bark Black Prince,
from Havana, three died last night. The
others are getting along well.
Miss Ida Berskon, aged eighteen, was
taken sick with lever August 23, on Titird
street, No. 207, Constance street quarter.
Her brother, aged four nnd a half, died ,Tu-
y 31 ot fever. The utmljtiou of Gen.
Hood and daughter is reported favorable.
IIartkord, Aug. 28. Raius has been
sold to 11. M. Whitehead oPNow York for
NEW SERIES-NO. 57.
"MY OPINIONS DOT BAPER ON.
Prom tbo Ottawa Time. '
While out on a canvassing expedition,
not long ago, wo struck the village of
Seneca, and met with a warm reception. 1
from her generous citizens. There was one, '
however a Teutonic individual, who
tipped the beam at 200. Wc approached
him hesitatingly, as he sat in his chair at
the end of his counter, and unfolded our ,
specimen newspaper. He sat Ids glass of
beer down, and eyed us with nn inquisitive
look, and then remarked :
"Vot ish dot papers!''
"That's a specimen copy of our paper."
'T dond dishbute dot!"
One point f ir our side, and wo con
tinued: "Would you consider your finttn-'
cial resources in such a condition as to
enable you to make a draft upon your de
posits to the amount of $1 and invest tho
same in this journal tor 13 months?"
'Der tivel, you sny !"
Wo then assured him in chaste lan
guage that we. alluded to nothing of tho
kind, and nt tlc samo time endeavorim? to
picture to him the beauties resulting from
a 3 e.ir's subscription to our paper, when
our Teutonic friend leaned back in h'm
chair, and with his foot, he kicked a chair
towards us, reply ing:
"1 ou take dot chair, und I keeps .this
one, und den I tole you my opinions dot
W e did so and then ns his head fell to
one side, and with what seemed to us to bo
Ins last expiring breath ho grunted out:
l on go to it 11, und I go to shleeb."
Thousands of persons havo their eyes
turned towards Wall Street. That is where
thousands of dollars are made, daily from
investments ranging from $50 to $230.
The reliable brokers, Alex. Frothingham &
Co., 12 all Street, rsew York, send their
financial Report tree, which explains fully.
From the AUou Democrat.
While perhaps uo person or paper haa
openly condemned tho Nihilists, yet they
have been looked upon as a revolutionary
organization, and dangerous to the peace
and prosperity of Europe. This is, however
a miituUe; the Nihilists claim nothing
more than their rights, the rights enjoyed
by Americans anil Englishmen, and aro
summed up as follows in the "Lani and
Liberty," a Nihilist paper of St. Petersburg :
1. Security of personal freedom (habeas
2. Religious liberty.
3. Freedom of the press, of speech, and
4. Self-government of cities, of districts,
and ot provinces.
5. The assemblies of the elected rep
resentatives of the people sha'd control tho
0. Investigation of tho economical and
social condition of the people.
7. General amnesty.
These demands are reasonable, and in
accordance with the spirit of progress and
ideas of governmental science which havo
come over the world within the past
century. Russia is the only real despotism
in Europe, a monarchy without the?
semblance of a constitution, nnd it is no
wonder that some of its inhabitants have
bravely determined to be free.
Easily incurred, tehihhly ohstinatk.
Is rheumatism. Even at the outset, thu
ordinary remedies are frequently powerless
to cope with it. this is more particularly
the case when a tendency to it is inherited.
it siiouui he combatted before it becomes
chronic. When the first tidings arc felt,
recourse siiouia dc nail to ilostetter's
Stomach Bitters, a depurent which exne!n
from the blood those irritating principles
which, by contnet, cause inflammation and
pain in the muscles and joints. Poisonous
medicines which are ussiially administered
for this disease, but which, m a slight over
dose, may terminate it by destroying lifo
useii, siiouia dc avoided, and this safe and
more effective medicine used instead.
Those disorders of the bowels, stomach and
liver which frequently accompany rheu
matic aud gouty ailments, are invariably
removed by this excellent botanic correct
ive. A colored preacher of Norwich awhilo
ago gave out the following announcement :
"Brothers and sisters, next Sunday, the
Lord willing, there will be baptizing in ths
place, the candidates being four adults and
three adultresses." Oshkosh Christian
A Card To all who arc 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, free ok chaikie. This ifivan
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send n self -addressed en
velopc to the Rev. Joseph T. I.nman, Sta
tion D. New York City. '
Ciiakixii L'ndek Disappointment. It is
said that the reason why Butler sought tlm
gubernatorial nomination was because ho
had not been fairly treated by the Repub
licans. Ihenest cure for dialers ot all
kinds is Henry's Carbolic Salve. Try it
und bo convinced. Beware of counterfeits.
Taken in the act Sister Jones called
ou Elder Smith a few evenings since. Be
ing a next door neighbor, slw entered his
study unannounced, and was greatly
shocked nt seeing him take a drink from
n suspicious looking bottle. He noticed
her look of inquiry and said: "This, Sis
ter Jones, is Tabler's Portnlinc, or Vege
table Liver Powder, tho only remedy I
have ever found for the many troubles ar
ising from a disordered liver. I can rec
ommend it." Price 50 cents. For sale by
Do We Relieve in Witch-Craft? "I
take the position that we do not, in its
broad sense, said a gentleman of years anil
experience, and yet we find many of tho
present day carrying a Buckeye lu their
pocket through a kiudof superstition, when
they might be relieved by a few applica
tions ot' Table's Buckeye Pile Ointment."
This ointment is made from the Buckeye,
and is recommended for nothing dse but
piles. Try it. It will euro you. Frico 60
ceut a bottle. Forsalo by Barclay Bros..