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H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Snr?eon.
Oflloi 140 Commercial avenue. Residence comer
fotirteiitti 81. and U anliliiKtoo avenue, Cairo
K. K. W. WIHTLOCK",
Owcl-No. 1VS Commercial Avenue, between
Sihth tad Mntb Street
IV W. C. JOCELYN,
13 K NTIST.
MPKtC B-K!s'atU Street, ne;tr Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFIcSt-With tl Widow' and Oorrihana' Mu
tual AM Society.
J INEGAR & LANSDEN,
OI'FICK-No. m Commercial Avenue.
jl0R METROPOLIS AND PADl'CAII
The Kxnl SiUowhoel I'aaaeutftT Steamer
N i AM AN
Leave Cl in every afternoon at 5 o'clock, for
l'adi;raii, Metropolis and way landing. For
freight orpiav upp.y to SUL. A. SILVEU.
(JAIP.0 CITY FERRY CO.
THREE Isgla. STATES.
Ob and lfcr Mondiy, June. H, the bout will make
the following tripe:
LiVKs l.KAVRS l.KAVKS
VW roiirta at. Miwourl Laud'j. Kentucky Ld').
7 a. m.
' a. 'J.
11 a. m.
!; p. M.
'I a. ui.
7: W a. tu.
K:l a. m
XX .-: a. in.
J::H j. m.
It: at) a. m
!)::) p. m.
S a. m.
a p. iu.
10 a. in.
4 p. tu.
Jks: H:nki.k, N. 11 TniTi.mvooi, .1. II .Mixing
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
Non. li" and 1?7 Commercial Avenue,
(.'AIUO II. I..
IVLIUti'i Advancement made ou Consign
menm of To'iarce. Kluur. and Uriili.
WTAir tit for dear, Hett A Co threlilui.' wu
rkiaea. nrtal)l mill and tlirenliinu ciiL'luea.
Aentii rorCUatupiuu harvmtius D:li:iie. tuovMim
W O X
rpiIE CITV NATIONAL RANK,
CAPITAL. 8100.0 00
W. 1'. IIAI.MDAV, I'reHUIeut.
H I. IIAI.LIDAV, I'rcnIiI.Tit.
WALTBII HVnUil1, l azier.
-HtAATTATWH, W. V. HAU.IUAV,
HINUV L. II A 1.1.1 11 t, It. II. Ct'NKINOIIAM,
W. U. WU.1.IAW..IN, HTKI'IIKN BUtll,
II. II, CANDKtt.
Kxi lanire, Coin and United Stated Hondo
DOUOUT AND riUl.I),
IV 'poalu reeeived and a si'Deral liaukltiK liti!lticm
E. C FORD,
Variety Bmcket Store
OtimmereiKl Aventif Corner Mutli Nlreet.
CA.1UO, : t : IL.L.INOI
An HmneiiM'MiifK or furoT neea mhi Kver
ren Keedlmin. Ml.rulm. I'niit 'I'reen. hikI rtin.ll
IVnrt. Iliat will lia uld clieapitr and parked better
inanat :iy oilier pinec on tLe Aiiiernan criutnieiii
Htnrj'efiti J'tiy, Wla
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKMNd, SEPTEMBER 3. 1870.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNfKHKD AT TUB I'OST OKKICK IN CAINO, IL
LINOIS, AM SECOND-CLASH MA1TKII.
OFFICIAL PAPKKOF ALEXANDKlt COUNTY.
OuTytforniaff Dally in Southern Illinois.
Suinu Own, I
Canto, 111., Septcmhc
rs. sr. t
T:niu. Uar. TLer. Hum Wind. Vt'l Wcallicr.
:4f a.m S'.T
Maximum Temperature. 71 3 ; Minimum Tetti-
peratunr, IW ; Kalnfull, 0 l.r Inch-
W. H. KA,
' Sers't Signal C'oriiK, I'. S. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
For cheap property rend our snwtll .nl-
vortiscment column on this pajje.
The C. & V. railroad company is build
ing new trussel ncross tiie Goose pond.
Dr. II. Wardnor, Sup't S. I. I. A. and
Pres't I. S. B. of II., was in the city yester-
Wonder if the Argus did not yestenlay
make one of its clmracteristic liimulcrs in
advertising that house and lot for gale.
The county commissioners were en
fritfed, yestenlty, preparing the grand and
pettit jury lists for the ensuing year a
mot tedious and exhausting joh.
Mrs. P. A. Contant left the city, yester
day, to visit relatives in Smithhmd, Ky.,
with whom Iter little daughters have been
spending the greater portion ot the sum
Mr. James McNoren, advance agent of
the Great Southern (colored) Minstrels, was
in the city yesterday, making arrangements
for the coming ot the troupe on Tuesday
There was an ttmjry pass between two
competing business men, down town, yester
day evening, that might have led to an ugly
issue, hut for the interference of a bystand
er. One of the parties was arrested.
The county road to Mound City is sus
ceptible of great improvement. It will be
dirlicult of passage during continued wet
weather. The bridge, however, is a beauty,
and twenty years in advance of all its con
nections and surroundings.
Nymphs who persist in pavement pro
menades invariably come to grief. Mattie
Stinson is the last offender. The punish
ment intlieiti'd by Sipuire Comings, was a
fine of 0 and costs. Mattie being unable
to pay was calabnosed.
The usually placid Walter has been
greatly annoyed because of the announce
ment that lie was to address the Ueform
club next Friday night. He has the con
solation of a "teat deal of company. The
Kefonn club was "annoyed" also.
We can say, with absolute certainty,
wu think, that all the. needs in and about
the custom house are duly reported to
headquarters as last as they manifest them
selves. Herein, as we understand it, the
responsibility of the "custodian" iu that
regard, begins and ends.
A white man named James Hood was
found on Washington, near Fifteenth, at a
late hour, Monday ni"!it, deeply intoxicated.
Appearing before Squire Coinings, yester
day, he paid $1 and costs, for insulting the
majesty of our ordinances. He would pro
bably have paid double the sum could he
have bought lorgetliilness ol the debauch.
-The Cairo and Yineennes company is
filling the track between hveitth and
Thirteenth streets with the yellow gravel
that time and use give the consistency of
conglomerate. It is a splendid gravel for
walks, when once made compact, and it is
somewhat surprising; that it is not exten
sively used about our private ivsideiircs.
The small buildings facing west on
Washington, between Seventh and Eighth,
will In- drawn up to the street line, and
stocked with given groceries. As Eighth
street between Commercial and Washington
i the market uf the city, there is no appar
ent reason why the market might not lie
profitably extended ''just around the corner."
John ''VaiideihoolVn," it white man,
and Elia llivcns, a sun-masked Sencguin
biaii, poured such provoking and wickedly
nieuni vernal luoansnies into eacn oilier.
that Wiuis and Tyler felt called upon ti
escort the pair to the ollice of LNpiire Coin
ings. Both of them plead guilty to the
charge, and were lined So and costs, eat h.
Vanderhooteu paid; Ella didn't.
-Miss Lui lla Fraser has accepted the
position of ca.-hler and book-keeper, in the
large and popular dry goods house of
Messrs. Uol Ktiue & Bosenwatcr, in this city,
and entered upon a discharge of duty. Mis
Luella is eminently well qualified for the
position; and in accepting it has set an ex
ample to' young ladies generally, that dc
serves to be commended.
The report that Grenada, Mississippi,
had a sporadic case of yellow fever, turns
out to lie incorrect. Mr. Jacobs received a
dispatch about noon yesterday, w hich sta
ted that the case had been carefully diug
nosed by the physician there, and found to
bo nothing more alarming than an
ordinary case of bilious fever. The town
has been extraordinarily healthy during the
Should the weather prove propitious
th Cuiro attendance upon Westphid'sStim
iner Night Festival, this evening, will be
very large, embracing many of the most
rasper! ynuntf gents and Indies of tho
city. Every vehicle our livery men can fur
nish is likely to oe caueu imu requisition.
The danr'ui" will commence, ut 4 o'clock
this nrtcrntKin, so that those, who may lee!
so inclined can drive up, mingle in the
niav three or four hours, and reach home
at reasonable bed time. Everybody will be
cordially welcomed and handsomely treated .
Tue County Commissioners were well
underway at their work yesterday. The
allowance of claims will constitute the
chief business of the session. The Collec
tor will be able to make his settlement at
about the usual time. Owing to the vast
accumulation of forfeited railroad and other
taxes, the clerical labor involved in tlie
preparation of the Collectors report is
The rascals who visited PfiiLrling's
residence, the other night, manifestly in
tended to give the establishment a thorough
ransacking. Under the impression, prob
ably, that they were operating on the pro
prietor, they "infected ' the children's room
with chlorofonn.and had partially succeeded
In putting them under the influence of it.
when scared away. Future visitors of the
kind will be accorded a warm reception,
lt may occur that they will be given a "ball"
certainly so. if Charley is m-oiind to carry
out the programme
The usual nuuU'cr of collectors were
abroad, yesterday; but it was a comnVm
complaint among them that they were un
nble to collect the usual amount of money.
There are good reasons for such a condi
tion. It would be strange indeed it mat-
t.-rs were otherwise. The i?tiO,(0( or
(Kid paid over to the tax collector duruu
the oast two or three months, served to
drain not a few of our people to their bot
tom dollar. Add to this the paralysis !u
which our river and railroad busine-s has
been subjected because of the cpideuif in
Memphis, and we have abundant cans for
our limited supply ot ready money. There
is cause for mutual congratulation- that
affairs generally have maintained hein
selves as they have. We had occtJion to
apprehend even greater business lepres
sion than we have experienced, an many
of us apprehended it.
"Tall trees lrom little ncer: grow."
and trivial circumstances are fl'Mi magni
fied into occurrences of great m ncnt. The
report got abroad, yesterday horning, that
a man had been robbed anj knocked in
the head on Washington avenue, near
Eighth, about two hours hchre daylight.
He was accosted by two strikers, so the
report goes, wasknocked dowiiand dragged
under neighboring cover. were he was
robbed of his watch and a hundred dollars
in money. The booty secured. the robbers
were about to leave; but rejecting that,
their victim might soon recover and give
them trouble, they again fell afail of the
poor fellow and beat him until u sign of
life remained. That this horrible story
should have no better or other foundation
than that a man who had been "making a
night of it," was taken in oil ti e streets by
a couple of thoughtful friends, shows what
adepts some people are in the rrt of exag
geration. With seen tnagnifcrs of trilles
among us, it is not much winder that a
cracked skull is transformed into a case of
The St. Louis llepubli an makes the
following reference to the '.'i.iro excursion
party: "An exclusion pary of 300 ladies
and gentlemen from Cain; Miirphyshoro,
Jonesboro and intermediate paces arrived
in the city, Sunday, over tie Cairo and St.
Louis Narrow-gauge railway. The party
came over the road in two tuivloads, the
fare for the round trip being pu down to
two dollars by the railroad agnt. They
left Cairo early Sunday morning, nil reach
ing St. Louis, at 4 p. in., they let for Cairo
at C :4o, giving them but little ver two
hours to do up the city. Wiile here
they separated into groups, some rating at
the hotels while others marched iii'ouples,
gentle swains with their sweetheart seeing
the big city with wondering eyes, hme of
the group filed through and inspect the
rotunda of the Limb 11 hotel. Thepmty
said they were much crowded on the rain,
many of them being obliged to stand ip in
the passages and out on the platform. The
excursion party left so as to get back to
Cairo, arriving there a! unit 2 o'clock, Mon
day morning the distance being over i."0
Some of the animals entered at the
Paducah races made verv good time. Luev
llugg the Biandville lilley, for instance,
made the llrst half mile, of a mile dash, in
fifty-one. and a half seconds, being within
two and a half seconds of Harlem's best
I 1,41 11 III I? 1,-S,
Lucy acted si
1. Nettie l,
time. The dash, in which Lucy
handsomely, was tree to all
was entered by Thad Jacob, of IVlueih
Z. W. Hug;:, of Blandvilie, entered Laiy
Williams and G. W. Iimlkins. of lilnndvilc
entered Lucy llugg. Lady Williams aid
Lucy llugg had met on the turf before, olid
i. i. i i .. i : , J
icii uiui oeen oeivien in u race ny the otlrr,
consequently there was considerable ex
citement. Lady Williams was the favorite,
but Lucy Bugg and Nettie 11, had good
bacKcrs. Nettie B. had the trail;, Lucy
llugg second, Lady Williams outside, Two
or three false starts were mailt', ,llt they
filially started even, In the i1S( (,lmrtcr
Lucy Bugg took the inside track and was
closely followed by Lady Williams. The
position ol the horses tit the half mile, string
was: Bugg half length ahead of Williams
and Nettie 15. ten or fifteen lengths iu the
rear. The race all around was between
Bugg and Williams, both ruming so close
togethnr that a blanket w.n.H hstv covered
them. At tho outcomo Lucy liujrir nasKod
under tho string about half a length ahead
ot Williams, Nettie B. being distanced
Th? half mile was made in Ijljuml the
mile in I ;50f The rider of Lady Williams,
attcr tno Judges had decided tho race,
claimed that on tho last quarter Lucy
liuggs inter struck Lady V illiams ncross
the face with his whjp, but the putrol
judges did not report anything of tho sort,
There are but few families in the city
whose several nostrils are not offended,
morning, noon and evening, by the smell of
burning coal oil. Iu utter disregard of the
frightful and fatal accidents that an:
chargeable to a use of the oil, even in Cairo,
our servant girls continue to use it as a lire
kindler. Girls tamper with it very much as
men do with whisky. They can see the
peril that others are in from its use, hut
they scout the idea that tiikv incur any
danger themselves. And now, since the
impossibility of weaning such girls from
the use of the oil, as a lire-kindler, is recog
nized, our scientists have a duty to perform
lrom which the more humane among them
will certainly not shrink. That duty con
sists in divising a way for using the oil
that will, in case of mishap, prove uner
ringly fatal. The stuff is treacherous, and
not unfrequently spares life, but sends its
victim into the world partially cooked, and
so misshaped in limb and feature, us tube
a fright to behold. The need of
the hour is the addition of a
property to the oil, and an improvement in
the method of using it, that will prove sure
and instant death. Until this is ihv.e. our
authorities cannot be held blameless for
lVnnittiiig the use of the oil ns a kindler.
Su vant girls thould not be permitted to
subject their forms and features to distig
uriicut. as they do by a continued use of
theoilasat present refined and doctored.
Of Vourse death is an ultimate certainty,
but !t is the duty of the law-makers to pro
vide against partial cremation, in the in
terval. The appearance of yellow fever iu the
Souti, in the Spring of 178. enforced im
mediate attention to the laws of health.
City authorities within the zone of the epi
demic, commenced a system of renovation
and disinfection that has been prosecuted
more or less industriously ever since. As
we have had till the other conditions that
are considered essential to the outbreak of
the fever --as the disease has raged with
great violence in Brazil and the West
Indies; as the means for transporting the
germs from those distant climes to this,
have been ample and almost continuous.
it ii 1 as we have had the hot weather con-
lidered essentia! to the life of the "germs"
the conclusion seems quite unavoidable
that our escape from the horrors of the
scourge must be ascribed to the sanitary
work that destroyed or imp tired the condi
tion of filth. The tact that Mem
phis did not escape, serves only to confirm
this conclusion. Deserted by her people,
last year, but little was done in the way of
cleaning up the city ; and this year, lulled
into security by the assurance that the epi
demic could not conic two years in succes
sion, and involved in an effort to destroy
her identity as a city, Memphis delaycij her
work of sanitation until an agitation of the
filth only served to increase the danger.
The report of the city's (ondition. to-day,
after a summer's work has been performed,
certainly designates the place as a con
genial field for any disease that owes its
origin to, or draws vitality from filth.
Because of this, Memphis is, to-day, the
only pest-smitten city in the Smith. Be
cause of timely and judiciously expended
sanitary work, Vicksburg, Grenada, Holly
'prints, Cairo, Hickman and other local
ities, escaped without the loss of n man. If
there is any other sufficient reason for the
escape, what is it r
THE GLASS CASK.
irinms who ri.i;Ab inn Tin: CMmiNo
TIIKIU OWN WOliK, l.'ll .
Ktlitor oln bulletin
You have informed Uj through Tin-. Hi i,
i.i:tin that Mr. KoberWhas obtained the
signatures of all the jurors who tried the
negro, Glass, and fixed his penalty at death,
to a petition for a commutation of the
sentence; and that he would, after having
obtained that of the judge, lay the petition
before the Governor, in the hope that he
may annul the judgment of twelve men
who swore to render a verdict, according to
the law and evidence.
It is possible that the Governor will coin
ply with the request and I will not say that,
inthiscase.it would be wrong for him to
do so. Hut does not the action of the ju
rors, in signing the petition, seem some
what out of order? The practice of llrst
convicting and condeiuing u man, thus
putting him in a state of dreadful mental
agony for weeks, and then, as though re
gretting, or seeing the wrongfulness of the
act, asking a higher authority to undo the
blunder, has become so general, and with
so much success have such petitions met,
that unless the practice is restrained it
must, to some extent, destroy the public
fuith iu and respect for the jury system
mid encourage mob-law,
'I do not say this for the purpose of inllu
ctjeing public opinion against any one, for 1
dn't believe that anything I could say
wwild have that ell'ert. And I do not wish
tc be understood ns saying a single word
njtuinst any person who's life may be in
jeipnrdy. I object to the action of the ju
rofs in such cases. I Imlieye that every
time a, juror signs a petition asking the Gov
rrnor of a State to ptrdon n man wlnvn he
himsclt has coudemned.ono of two things
must be true : either the accused was not
guilty of the charge or tho juror was im
competeiit or inelligible.
Twelve men swear that they believe- in
capital punishment; that they can and will
render a verdict according to tho law and
evidence. They listen to tho evidence of
sworn witnesses, have it impressed upon
their minds by eloquent lawyers; the law
is expounded to them by an able judge
They retire to consult among themselves
for hours in privacy, then return und,
standing before the judge, declare, under
oath, that they believe the prisoner guilty
of murder in the first degree, and that he
deserves death. A week after, these same
men declare, though indirectly over their
signatures, that they believe nothing
of the kind. This may not be
perjury, but it certainly is glaring incon
sistency. New evidence in the form of affidavits,
produced a week or more after the verdict
of the jury was found, may, of course, jus
tify them iu changing their minds; but I
believe that if such evidence fails to induce
the judge to grant a new trial, it cannot be
weighty enough to justify the entire jury in
an action so incompatible with their opin
ion rendered under oath. Wii.iiki.m.
TII K COUXCI L M KKTIXG LAST XIG IIT.
At the council meeting, last night, his
Honor, the mayor-was in the chair, and
Aldermen Halliday, Howley, Kynaston,
Patier, Smith and Wright Answered, at roll
ItKI'OKTS KltoM CITV OKKICKP.S.
The comptroller reported expenditures
for the month July, as follows: On ac
count of salaries, ll.i.Ol ; sidewalk, $214,015;
streets. $70.4-: drainage, $177.03; board of
health, I0:;2.(!9; clerk's office, f J '.'.80; jail,
$10S.44: printing, fVj.'JO; contingent,
$(iO.0(S; interest coupons. lO.I.OO; Cache
bridge, A4.02o.Mi. Total, $7,0M.7'..
Health Officer Wooteii reported that dur
ing July and August he had Used !:! barrels
and o'.'o bushels of lime. 1 bbl. of copperas
and lo,1 bids, of coal tar, for disinfecting
Policemen Wims and Tyler reported
irrests during Augu-t; the nsses-nucnt .f
si.lH tines, and the payment of $11.
Bunker and Hogan leporfed 12 nrrccts;
22 lines imposed, and $2 collected.
W. F. Sfhuckers repotted thirty arrests,
$12 lines imposed, and K).'Ji collected.
Fred S. Smith, street supervisor repotted
collections for the month of August,
amounting to $l!iO..K'.
Esquire Hobin-on reported the trial of
40 causes under the ordinances; the impo
sition of lines amounting to $213; the pay
ment of $03.
Esquire Oshorn reported the tritl of nine
causes, the imposition ot $.)0 lines, and the
collection of $10.
Esquire Comings reported the trill of 4
cases; the imposition of $153 fines, and
tin; collection of $17.
The city jailer's report showed that pris
oner's had expended 13 days labor on the
streets; and that there was $-"b due him for
dieting prisoners during August.
All the above named rejmrts were re
ferred to proper committees.
Alderman Halliday reported an ordi-
nance providing lor a levy tor purposes ol
revenue fur the current fiscal year. Bead
first time, and referred to ordinance com
mittee. The street supervisor asked the council
that his commissions be increased to cor
respond with reduction made iu the amount
of the street tax. Beferred to ordinance
Alderman Smith presented the petition
of sundry citizens asking the construction
of a new sidewalk along Twelfth from
Washington to Walnut. Beferred to street
Th" mounted guardsmen joined in a re-
qucst 'hit their wages in; incrcasiM lrom
&2.0I1 to $:i ner dnv.
Answering the petition of several mer
chants, the Mayor appointed John W.
Meiryman special police constable, to serve
without compensation from the city. Nom
Sundry claims against the city, includ
ing about $1,400 on account of quarantine,
sanitation, etc., were read, and red rred to
committee on claims.
Alderman Halliday introduced a resolu
tion, instructing street committee to secure
stiinnte of filling road to Cache bridge to
heighth of the ridges over which the road
runs, etc. Adopted.
A communication from Davis, of the Sun
was read, setting forth that in attempting
to publish the council pioceediiigs, at $1
per month he had lost money, and would
continue their publication, only in the
event that city paid him !f7.50 per month.
Whereupon the city clerk read bids from
the other papers: The Daily Argus pro
posing to publish proceedings, etc., for $31
a year. The IK'I.i.ktin proposed to do
tlie same work lor one cent per line, bour
Bids referred to finance committee.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
! " " " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
2 J " Linen Note Heads.
The iii;st quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
Tt?l pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes. .
Extra super white Envelopes at Ft. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at Tim
GRAXD SUMMER-NIGHT FESTIVAL.
AT XOl'lS WKSTPIIAL'S OHOVE, TlIIUlR MILKS
NOItTHWEST OK MOl'NI) CITV, ON W'KDNIiS
AV, SKIT. 3D, 1879.
People of Cairo, Mound City and (he
country all around and about arc cordially
invited to attend, and spend a pleasant
Prof. Oscar Loeschner's string band has
been engaged for tho occasion, and music
and dancing will commence at 4 o'clock
p. in. Abundance of well prepared and
well served refreshments will bu provided.
SPECIAL lil'SIXESS NOTICES.
Voc Miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, CI Ohio Levee.
Ti:n Cksts Wohtii. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 85 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, -remember the place' to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 142 Commer
Ciucaoo Exposition. The I. C. B. R.
will sell excursion tickets at greatly re
duced rates. Cairo to Chicago ami return,
isl l.05, Ticket of admission to exposition
with each excursion ticket. Tickets for
sale all through the- month.
W. P. Johnson, Gcn'l Pass: nger Agent.
Jas. Juiinson, Gen'l Southern Agent.
A. Mai;x. now in New York, will pur
chase the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
Anti-Bki.lcm Pun Ks -At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street',
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, ta-y chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, nnd sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
ctnts; Hair-cut. 25 cents: si.
25 cents. Givv him 11 call.
It will pay you to await the opening of
an entire near itock. consisting of men's,
boys' and childu-n's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. B. Stetson lmts, etc. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, 01 Ohio
Oct at Last--"Goon morning, Aiend
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 'fabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment!. It proved a bli-ssin-j to me
indeed, one bo'ttle having so fir restored me
as to enable ine to be nl tout my business
again with ease and comfort. You can rec
ommend it as a genuine remedy." Price
50 cents a bottle. For sale by Barclay
I rr Till T.. Is it true that a remedy lias
been compounded which will do away' with
tlit; mineral and drastic purgatives tf the
past centuries, and which, while entirely
efficient, will leave the system in its former
healthy condition? Yt"s. the remedy is
Tabler's Portaline. or Vegetable Liver IV w
der;acure for all the disorders arising
from a torpid liver, and as innocent as spring
water. Give it a trial. It will do what it
promises. Price 50 cents a bottle. For
sale by Barclay Bros.
A Nkw Mm hod in Mmin.K, By this
new method every sick person can get a
package of the dry vegetable compound.
Kidney-Wort, and prepare for themselves
six quarts of medicine. It is a specific cure
tor ivkluey Diseases, Liver Complaint. Con
stipation and Piles, and a grand tor.ic for
Weathlii Pr.oitAiiii.tTiKs.- Cold, with
high winds and rain. Exposure to this
w eather is sure to pnnluee colds and kindred
diseases; and the best remedy we 'know of
is Hall's Balsam, for the lungs. Aiwwys
keep it in the house, and you will be on the
safe hide. Sold by Barclay Bros.'
Chkw Jackson's Ifest Sweet Navy To
bacco. SMALL A!YF.r.TISF.MF.NTs.
ill, ADVERTISEMENTS la t!il rolr.i.in. ot
X live linen etn h or le will le pul'li-hed ler il
lentiM-H-n Insertion; :! mouth l;'ti'-.l Cl.HtL'e,
ft 'i per mi'Mti. Km li uiidlti-'ii.il Hue. '1 cen.
Mtiuitiw. want" il f:ee.
l-'mir tiii e In'" 011 V:itiiiis:tiiii :n.-u:'e v'.ii Cen
ter street. Inrj'iV. If sold I m m-l i ;t ; -1
S ..t. IIOWL&V. A-.-'Til
Seunil iiricliliijiT" life wanted t" votk i n Hurt
mill: 'a luilliliu;. Api-ly nt u.ri er Ninth street mill
Cniiuueri inl IIENIJY STot'T.
To Itie Hilieniian l-'ire t.'i'i!ii:inv Ne 4: Anuiuil
'lectiiiiiwlll lie held siepli-mher sih.
A N I ) V Sl Ll.IVAN. Sec'y.
Foil SAI.K-Selinnitely or together, a set of nlngtn
liarnesK, a new, luntiiy eusiilim und ft lutu.-v i.l.
Apply nl lliiKetin Miiderv. .lot: E lit hub
IIKAlKiCAKTKItS Foil FINE AIM IIKY GOODS
l'nw, Arro, Turret, shooting moves etc., lit
C. W. HKNUEHSON'S. lotnmeain: met. e, ci,r
'I'..... 1 t..l., ........... .... Vl.,,1.
etreel. iitipeslie Dr. Duoiiiuit'a. Apply to A. .Murx,
Id Ohio Levee
i Good Plan!
Anvliiulv can learn to tnnke money rapidly operiit,
Infill Ktorl. Iv Hie "Two Lneriluy littk-x for Sue
ceaa." In .Mews. Lawrence Co. h new circular.
The romlilniitlon method, wlileli IIiIk linn Iki nmilii
ao Kiicresnrul, ctiiililrs peoplu w ith liirue or sninll
nieiiiiKtoveiipall Hie lienellts ol Itirct'-t cajdtal mid
lie-t eklll. Tlwiusiiuila "1 unlera. In ivurloux kuiiih,
are pooled Into one vnt nmoihit 11 ml co operated its
11 nihility whole. Hois Nerurlna toenrh chun holder
all Urn adviuitaaea nl' tlie Inn-enl operator. Im-tneti-e
prolltK are divided monthly. Auy amount,
from f into js.wi'.or more, can lie lined nneresnfally.
N . ; nuptial Weekly. September SH, 1ST-. :!:
"llytlie conililiuitloii at stem flA would niiike
or li percent ! pays jaV), or 7 per cent.: 1M)
tiinl.oH JI.Oih). or 10 jut rent, on the stock, during
the month. niTordliii: to the linukel.'' Frank Li s
lle'a IlliiKtrnted Newspaper, June .": "The com
lilniitlun method ol opermlnix stocks Is the nio-t
aurccpntul ever adopted." New York Indeiieniletit,
fe...ti,mher I'J: "The romhlinillnn VHteni In found
ed upon correct lmluein princlpiea.'fttid no peraim
ueed he without itu Income whllu It 1 kept werkicr
hy Mi'mm. Lawrence & Co." llrokhu Journal,
April': "Our editor timdii a net pruilt or Jtui.ijft
from I'M In one of Mora. Lawrence A Co. 'acorn
Mtmtfiiin." New circular (mulled free) explains
fverjllilinr. Stocks and bond wanted, (lovurn
ttient Iioiiih supplied. Lawrence, A C'u., Danken,
57 li.'iclititiKc, 1'lm.u. Now York.