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II. MAREAN, M. D., -
v i v v t i.
HoiMtwiuitliio.rhjMk Viii awl Surgeon
.! !) Commercial avenue. Iteidenc.e corner
Fourteenth H aud WaIUnntoa,avenu8, Cairo.
R. E. W; WHITLOCK,
tfff.i No.' MB Commercial
liirbtu aud Mma Strata . ..
JjR. W. C. JOCKLYN, r v
uyf'K'KBlKhiU Street, tipar Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public aud Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-With tlio Widow' and Oorpbana' Mu
tual Aid Society.
-JMNEGA.R & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. Il l Commercial Avenue.
JjlOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Kli-KiintSidowlittcl Paeuacf S teainer
Stf CHAMPION Bfi&l
N EWM AN Master.
A.J. BIKI).... -.....'.'..Clork.
I eavm Cairo every afternoon at S o'clock, for
Hadur.aU, Metropolis and way landing. "r
freight or passage apply to bOL. A. MUVti.it,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 3c2 STATES.
On tud after Monday, J uue 111, the boat will make
the following trip :
LfcAm I.KAVKH tXAVBS
Foot Fouttn ft. Mlourl Laud'e;. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m.
U a. m.
' 11 a. m.
s:30 p. ni.
9::t0 a. m.
1 1 :.J0 a. m.
9:90 a. m.
H a. tn.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
M a. m.
ir.xK Hi.NKLK, N. B. TlllPTI.Ett'OOIl, J. If. Mookr
. & Moore,,
.Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
-J! and P!7 Commercial Avenue.
CAIRO 11A. '
HrLlberal Advancement made ou Consign
ment of Tobacce, Flour, and Uralu.
CTA.-nt for Oeur. Scott Co. threshing ma
chine, portable aw mill and tlireshniK onelne.
Agnutj lorCtmiDpion burveattng nia:liiue. mowura
aud reapora .
JACOB WALTER, '
A 1 !
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Uotwiwi iWrtafhinjcton atid Com'
metvinl Av.,. luliuinltiy; Ifannyo.
KKSHS for xale the het Dtuif, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
l.amh, Hauvati, Ac, and la prepared to aeno
laninie in an accciilalilc nianm-r.
Pr.OpRIKTOR OP SPROAT'S PATKXT
y ' - , AND ,
Whole.snlo I ealer
ICR BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SIIIPTINa. , , . ,
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor.TwelfHi Street and Leyee,
- CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
TjlOUNDRV, MACHINE RIIOP AND
A STEAM FORCE.
Vuloan. Iron Works
M OHIO LKVEE. CAIRO. Ills.
John 1 Konnio,
TTAVTNO fiMabllnliod hiaworka at the above mi-n
11 floued place In bettor trepared llian itver lir
maoufactufints marn Kuxtiica and Mill Machinery,
llavlng Htcam Hmmnr and am pi Tool, tfia
mnuT(Muuro m an hiiiun oi macuiiirry, iiuiiruau
HtnamWiat anil HHduti Korafrma made a ,no.il I v.
Kopoclal aUeutlon given U) rejulr f hi 'lnc and
HrtM Caatlhga of all klnda mad" to orftoi
t'lpt filling lulu 111 liMUCflll.
(THE MILY BULLETIN
KNTKIIKD AT TS ff.1 .OFFICE IN CAIIto, IL
LINOIS, AM 8KC0ND-CUM MATTr.lt.
(OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDIili COUNTY.
Oiily Morntiisr Dally lii Southern Illinois.
Caiiio. 111., hoptcmhcr H. 1H7M. (
Time. Bar Thor.. Umn. Wind. Vrt Weather.
6:4(1 h m M.Si
1 1 MM " iW.SI
i Maximum Temperature. 71 o ; Mlntmura Tem
perature. So ; Hamtaii, o.w men.
v. U. 1CA 1 1 ,
' , Seru't Slmial Corua, U. 8. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Mr. D. F. Blue was in tlie city, yt.-stcr-lay.
Kochler'a Eleventli 'uud Washington
meat staud was re-openod Saturday.
Mr. Lee Boicourt succeeded Mr. E. B.
Earl, yesterday afternoon, in the ntanngc-
I nient of the Central Stock yards.
The police courts were thronged yes
terday. Before noon thirteen warrants had
been sworn out; and trials were in progress
' Tlio Reynold's murder case will be
tried in Alexander connty, during the next
term of court. A change of venue was se
cured by the accused on Saturday last.
-Dr. O. W. Taylor, representing Bates
& Hawley, western managers Ilolman Lijvr
Pad CVs Remedies, St. Louis, Mo., is in the
city and callod on The Bl u.etix yesterday.
Mr. Roberts is leading the effort to se
cure a 'commutation of Glass' sentence,
with much vigor. A messenger will be dis
patched to Springfield to-morrow or nrxt
A very complete and convenient
arrangement is Rally's stove truck. The
man who possesses one of them can steal a
red hot stove without even scorching his
Read R.Jones' notice to the public in
another column. Ho is a flrst-class work
man, nn excellent judge of stock, and when
he guarantees a good lit and a good boot
his customers may bo certain of getting it.
The little 'Narrow-guage, disposed to
accommodate those who attend the Joiies
boro fair from points south of that city,
will delay the passenger train one hour and
a quarter, leaving Jonesboro at 4 iHO p. in.,
instead of t 3:1 -I as heretofore. See notice.
"The river is tumbling again," says the
the Sun. "The river continues to rise,"
'says the same paper in the same column.
But what of it? Things have come to u
pretty pass if a man may not say what he
pleases about the river.
On account of the Cairo Sun we would
have Tik Bcu.Em infallible. Davis
pitches our' items, good, bail, true and un
true', with such a child-like confidence in
their correctness, that we feel like a mon
ster when we have led the fellow into error.
We do, for n fact.
Two suloonists were brought up before
S(Uire Robiuson, yesterday, to answer a
charge of selling liquor on Sunday. A
valid defence being out of the question, no
Stubborn resistance of the charge was at
tempted, and tlio flue ami cost imposed
amounted to $18.41 for each of them.
! The largest eylendar ever seen in these
parts, was that brought by the Illinois
Central, and was here for rexhipiwiit Smith
yesterday morning. It was for use in a
poutheru cotton compressing establishment,
tind was nearly orquite ten feet in diameter.
The cylcndars in the Chicago writer works,
Arc scarcely any larger.
While a colored man was passing
Carle s livery stable yesterday, wit!: a dray
load of household trumpery, one of tlif
wh'eels unexpeetly sunk to the Imli, and
sent his top-heavy load tumbling to the
ground. It is probable that the dray was
driven oyer the crust of a small under
The Rough and Ready Fire Company
will gave a sooiable at their hall on Wed
nes.lay Kve.,' ScptcmbeHlOih, for the lw-nc-fit
of John Ilagiewho has been confined
to liiri bed for over four months. The ob
ject being a good one, it large iitleml.tiice is
earnestly requested by the committee.
Come one, cpnio nil, and have an cnjovnbht
An ilem in Sunday's lln.i.uTis assigned
anew boy to the right nmily: but to the
wrong branch of the right tuinily. As the
whole item was given precisely us we re
ceived it, we leel called upon to say that,
for fill tiino ill ; the future, intorniation, in
kind should be communicated to us only
by persons who have all their worldly af
fairs ill perfect order.
Two of Mr. Petrio'K horses were im
pounded the other day, of which proceed
ing Mr., P. was duly notified. Had he
heeded the notice the redemption of his
animals would have cost only i'1.50. But
disregarding It, he wan arrested himself
yesterday, and b;iing Hubjeeted to, a small
lino, he was compelled to respond ton call
for the sum of 7.:,"i -all of which, from
one point of view,, is "hnrd on the natives."
The sociable to be given in the Rough
and Ready hall, to-morrow evening, should
Ikj attended by evefyhody who can sym
pathize with suirer'iugs and mlfortuu of
their tellows. It is for the benefit of Mr.
John, HaK who, .nearly four months ago,
CAIRO , BULLETIN;. TUESDAY MORlNlJS(i,, SEPTEMBER- 9, 1HTD.
pit Ids leg witli a pen knife, and has been
' ...... i ... i.:., uim over ninne then. mifTur.
UIMIIJUUU III Hl --- 1
Sing tortures that defy description. He has
.... 1 .1.. .!.
tour eliiuircn, anu k"-""v utuuu iiuip.
Turn out, then, aud give the poor fellow n
'substantial benefit. ,
; Notice is given elsewhere of the regu
lar daily meetings of tho Missionary Bap
itist association, during tlio balance of the
present week, in tho church building at tho
corner of Fourteenth nud Poplur. The com
mittee to which has been charged the work
of soliciting aid for tho association, will op
erate under tho diriction and supervision ot
Rev. Newton Henry, whose well kaown
integrity furnishes nn ample guaranteo
that every dollar subscribed will be honest
ly applied and accounted for.
The colored church deacon and widely
known white-washer, Henry Briiton, is dead.
The funeral services were held in the colored
M. E. church in the commons, yesterday,
and was attended by the largest congrega
tion of colored people ever called out in
Cairo, on a liko occasion. Tho procession,
composed ot wagons, carriages and people
on foot, was fully n half mile long. Brit
ton was held, among his kind, ns a man of
good judgment, and, although unlearned,
ho maintained aconspieious position among
About 2 or 3 o'clock, yesterday morn
ing, a man named S. S. Kenshnw, was "ac
costed by two strangers, to him, whom he
met on Commercial avenue, near tho Ninth
street comer. One ot the "strangers asked
for the time of night. Mr. Kenshnw un
suspectingly drew his watch, and while try
ing to decipher the time, the watch was
snatched from his hand He instantly
yelled "police," nnd the two "s-t rangers"
seeing an acquaintance approaching, re
turned the watch and decamped; hut not
until one of them was fully recognized.
Mr. Lohr appeared before Squire
Comings, yesterday, aud complained of
one Ellen Foy as ti disturber of the quiet of
the neighborhood. In due time Mrs. Foy
made her appearance. With a bruised,
scratched and inilamed face, she excited a
gush of sympathy until it came out that she
had been ''ivintr Mr. "another
threshing." Her husband, (whom she re
peatedly referred to as "a little peaceable
bit ot a man who was not able to belt the
beggar") attemptedhis wife's defence, nnd
became so noisy, profane and insulting that
he was lined fi for contempt of court. His
wife being fined -$10, and neither of them
being able to pay, the delectable couple
,were started for the calaboose.
The "Great Southern Min;-trels-' that
appear at the Atheneum to-night, are not
cork -smeared imitators but genuine darkies,
done up in nature's own colored wrappings,
forming a company whose originality and
mirth-provoking gifts and acquirements are
unrivalled. The patron of lm "Southerns''
get negro minstrelsy in its purity, and not
tin imitation. Every member has a special
ty in which he is simply wonderful, and
whether as solo, duet or chorus singers, or
ns clog or break-down dancers or ns come
dians, their rivals are most difficult to find,
it nd the superiors are not on thc American
or any other stage. Crowded houses greet
them everywhere, and of course, Cairo will
not be an exception. If you purpose tak
ing a lady, secure n seat during the day.
nnd avoid the jam.
i If the colored congregation that wor
ships in the church on the corner of Four
teenth and Walnut, stuck up the little tooth
pick of a cone on top of their belfry, ffer the
purpose of aggravating citizens who have
mi eye to the fitness of things, into sub
scriptions of money to pay for a spire that
Will I in harmony with the buildyig, let
them say so, and circulate the paper.; The
required amount will bo raised. If the
leader can pit-tun: a candle extinguisher on
the top of a quarter tea chest, he has a
fair representation ot the belfry and spire
in question. In looking at it, the stranger
wlil swear tlmt the spire has telescoped it
Self, and his inclination to climb up and
pull it out, becomes nlinost irrcsistable. We
belong to the impecunious order; but if
anybody asks us for money to aid in elevat
ing that spire about forty feet, he can com
mand our pile, at any time. ,
i Tie' death of ex Governor Dougherty,
although not unexpected, will cause a feel
ing ol' genuine sorrow wherever the old
gentleman was known. He was a good
man, and has always held a conspicuous
rank among the lawyers nnd orators of Illi
nois. Ofa commaiidini; personel, graceful
gestures, an excellent command of langunge
and a voice that, added fire and pathos to
his iilieiiniees, the time was when Col.
Dougherty's oratory was considered us a
power wjth which but the fewest men were
then ble.v-ed. With a heart as tender nnd
sympiilhetid as that of a child, he was gopd
and kind and charitable in his dealings and'
intercourse with everybody, and few there'
arc who knew him, that are not ready to
mourn his death nnd bless his memory. For
material for an obituary, however, we must
wait tlio receipt of his home papers.
Tlio following dispatch was sent from
Springfield, a few days ngo, to the Chicago
Tribune: "Orders were to-day received
from Judge Drummond in several cases
tuken under advisement by him at tlio
March term of thu United States Circuit
Court. In the two suits against Daniel
Arter ijt nl., he affirms the judgment of the
District Court. Alter was Collector of
Customsjind Surveyor of the port nt Cairo,
and was sued ou his bonds in Aj ri, 1374.
Tho caso is a very complicated one, but the
main point was that he believed ho was en
titled to tlio oalnryof both positions and
drew it. Being a scrupulously honest man,
ho was very anxious to settle when suit was
commenced, but was pcrsundod not to do
go by his attorneys. Judgment was finally
rendered ngalnst him and his bondsmen
for $5,030.52 in 1870. The cases were
appealed, and Judgo Drummond heard
the arguments Inst March. lie sustains
Judge Frce's decision and directs tlio
collection ot the judgments." Tlio sum
originally involved was only about $3,000
the increase being nn accumulation of
interest. Arrangements always have ex
isted for the prompt payment of the amount,
when judicially determined, and exist still.
Late Saturday night a gang of young
men, some of them instigated by the whisky
they hail taken, and others by their natur
ally wicked impulses, went out upon, what
is denominated in the rounder's parlance,
a "rampage." It is said that the gang in
augurated their "fun" by knocking violent
ly at closed dixrs, nnd then running off to
cover from which they could watch results.
As tho night grej- older this pastime be
came monstrous, nnd reaching Poplar street
above Fifteenth, they aroused the inmates
of certain houses, nnd awaiting the appear
ance of tho party disturbed, fired olf their
revolvers. While it is scarcely probable
that any of the party intended to inflict
serious harm upon' any one, we hear it said
a girl named Belle Laugdon declares that
three shots were fired nt her. and that Bill
Parker, the next door neighbor, declares
that he w.is fired, upon twice, and "that
there was no fouiin." One of tin jmrties
was arrested Sunday and thrown i:i the
county jtiil, warrants were sworn out yester
day morning, for apprehension of the oth
ers, and with a single exception, we be
lieve, were served. The party committed
to the county jail was held in the sum of
$200: and others plead guilty to a charge
of disorderly conducted and were fined.
Rather serious "fun" for the boys.
The impunity that has hitherto attend
ed tly taking ot human life: the sympa
thy manifested for murderers and assassins
when a probability exists that they will be
r held accountable for their attrocities; the
success that has attended the plea
that "I shot him or stabbed him because I
didn't know w hat I was doing, or because I
heard he had threatened me. or because I
was afraid of him" all these things have
brought upon us an epidemic of murder
and assassination, well calculated to sptead
general alarm among all ol our w;-U dis
posed and law-abiding people. We scarce
ly recover from the shock of one assassina
tion, wherein the victim was given no
earthly chance to save his life, until we are
appalled by another, equally shocking and
atrocious. Sunday, night Mr. James Mea
rhem, liviuj on the Arter farm, near the
Junction, seven miles from the city, retired
to his bed, ns was his custom, not dreaming
that anybody in the world harbored designs
against his life. lie fell asleep. The re
lrt of a pistol was heard, the wife awaken
ed thereby, found her husband in his
death throes, a bullet having 1ccn sped
through his brain. At the time we write
we are without details. The bloody deed
appalled the whole neighborhood, and al
though conjecture was rife, yesterday morn
ing, no clue had been gained that fastened
suspicion upon any one. Meachein was
not n quarrelsome or a dissipated man,
nnd was one of the last men in Pulaski
county that any cue would have pitched
nj'on. as the probable victim of the assas
sin's bullet. He leaves a wife and several
children, nnd as his whole life was devoted
to hard manual labor, he was enabled to
provide enough for the present, but nothing
for the futtife. His family, therefore, is
left in very straightened circumstances.
Work upon the enclosure in which
Glass is to be hanged, next Tuesday, will
be comnieuc'.'d to-morrow or next i'mv.
The sheriff determined, and very K-nsibly,
we think, to use the old platform mid drop,
lie is sure of his rope, nnd a fall of four or
five feet is more likely to dislocate the
neck, than a falling weight would be,
although Sheriff Irviu used the falling
weight with entire success in tho execution
of the negro who killed the steamboat
mate. It is perhaps well enough to state
iir advance, that the execution will take
place in a high enclosure, and that not
more than a dozen persons, besides the
sheriff's deputies, will be allowed inside.
This is not an nrbitrary rule established by
the sheriff, but a provision of the law.
Parties drawn to tho spot in tho liope of
eceing or hearing something to gratify their
appetite for the horrible, will not only not
lie allowed to approach the enclosure, but
will be rigorously excluded . from the court
house yard. A hundred or more men,
nrmed with muskets nnd shot-guns, will
form a close cordon about the court iiousc
grounds, and will allow no one to pass or
rc-pass who is not able to exhibit the per
mit of the sheriff. We refer to this matter
now that' persons living abroad, may not
incur tho expense of n needless trip to
Cairo. It is a case in which the sheriff has
no discretion. The law provides that two .sur
geons nnd two ministers of the gospel shall
bo allowed to enjer tlie enclosure, and it is
quite probable that the parents or brothers
or sisters of the doomed man, and represen
tative of the Cairo press, will complete the
privileged dozen. Let no one feel chagrined
or disappointed, 'therefore, if he takes
bis plaeo among the many who are nor al
lowed to "RM th: hanging."
, . CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS R. R. . -
During the fair at Jonesboro feept. Oth to
12th inclusive the south bound train will
wait at Joncsboro' until 4:30 p. m. for tho
convenience of those wishing to attend the
fair, jltouml trip tickets at reduced rates.
" . J. A. NAUGI.E, Ag't.
Opened yesterday morning and
will continue to supply customers
with the choicest steaks, ron9ts and
all kinds ot cut meats. Shop corner Eleventh
street and Washington avenue, at the old
stand. All old friends and new customers
nre invited to give us a call.
Tho Missionary Baptist association will
meet, with the Fourteenth Street Baptist
Congregation, at their church every day
this week, from 0 a. m. to 4 p. in., com
mencing Tuesday, September Oth. All
churches, white nnd colored of any denomi
nation, are cordially iuvitei to meet with us
daijyt The committee trust3 that the citi
zens when called upon, will all contribute
something towards defraying tho expenses
of the delegates nnd,tliR meeting.
The fashionable boot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pu
trons nnd to the public generally, that he
can still be found nt his shop in the Athe
neum builiHng. where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material and of the
llne.-t workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of las' work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL lil'SIXESS NOTICES.
Yur Miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, CI Ohio Levee.
Tk.n Cknts Wohth It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
haircut for 25 cents, or anything else in
tne toniorial line remember the nhtce to
4 to is Henry Schickl. No. 142 Commer
Anti-Bi-xu-m PuKM-At the lm!r
simp of J, Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Ah xandcr 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: Shavinc 10
cents; Hair-cut. 25 cents; Shampooing,
25 cents. Giv hiiu a call.
It will pay you to await tlie opening of
an entire near stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. I). Stetson hats, cte. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, 01 Ohio
A. Mahx. now in New York, will pur
chase the fiii'-st stock of men's, boys' nnd
children's clothing, over brought to Cairo.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS in thin column, ol
iV live Inn-, t'ui li urK'i;i lie pulitMiert lor
cent every li;strlion: a month without clianse,
$U m r ni jutb. Kbc!i additional Hue, 5 cc-ut.
hitiiaiiuii wanti-il fnv.
Fl'HSISHKO HOO.MH foil UK NT.
Two faruinlivd ruutn fur rent, with or without
hoard. puly at Mr. Eltjera'.d. roruer of
FOR SALE -l'Hi M'KliTV.
A No. 1 liar-room and nhelvlns (or ofllre rural
Inrei is for sale chevt. Aleo many other Imr ruoin
fixture. Enquire ofcharltn bchoi nmeyer, coruer
Ter.tii Htrect and Washington uvemie.
Dclmot'lro Hotel. C'airo, Illinois. Liberal term
lo a cooii tenant. Appiv to
'(.KEEN A (ilLItKltT.
Att'ia, t iiiro, !!!.
Tn lhe Ililti'rniun Flio t'oinp'inr No 4: Annual
It .-tU'imul be held September sib. s;;i
ANHV sr'I.I.IVAN. Sif'v.
Fun Sai.k- Separately or together, a et of alntk.-
h. ir.ies. ne. hni'siy oiishlwn and a hiiifjv whip.
Ali.ilv ill !!u!Iethi biuilerv. )oa E. IIi iikk.
HKAIiijt AUTKlts FOl! KINK Alt' II K.l'V (,?iOlls
ll.iw. Arrow-. Tit reel", Miontlii2 Olovei. etc., nt
C. it'. ilKXDHUSO.V.s. Coniliierclui avei .e, ior-
i. er'l'wtlilii atrv.'l
Tttontory brick bouse, ei'lit
rooinV. on M:ith
atreet. oppi'Mle Jr, Dunning'. Apply to A. Mtirx.
'j v'titi) i.evee.
O X K N IC i 1 IT ( )N L Y!
Tuesday,- Sc'itailcr 0, 17(.
Groat Southern M instrol!
I'.KASS HAND AND OHCUESTItA
The Only Genuine Southern Colored
The Very Acme of Neern Kcrentrli'Illi'!
Tho To pi no I Hound ol' Ktliioplan
All nst roll,)-.
r-iTDON'T FAIL TO SEE TJIEJLaF!
I'opulur price. Heeervert ett at lliirtmuti'
More. For purtleulam feu miiill bills.
-I. K. BK1TTOS. JAMES McSAVTX,
5 AND 10 ( KNT COLNTEItS.
VND 10c COUNTERS!
TO TllKTHAnH:-Tlielle hnliie men of the
clay nre l:irtlnj; llieio polluters. We nro Die Orlul
tt.iturn nr.d ileadmiiirler.' We have the only two
Exi -i.t'siVKft nnd PV Jobhlnjf llone In the I' H.
ttr- Send lor rrftiilcjrue and pni'tlnilnr.". 3t
W) AND 2frJ HVNDOT.l'll STItEKT. CH'CACO
Alto S' iud (M ti:u.-:u-)- S;reet.Doto:i
"81'PKRlon NUTRITION THU LIKK."
The Great Medicinal Food.
he Halvalor For Invalid and llio Aeed An In
compiirablo Ailment for theOrowth and Protec
tion of infant unil Children, A Superior '
Nutritive In Continued Fever, and a
Hollablo Kemedlal Ajrent In DUchhm of tho
Stomach and Inlentlne.
f PHIS Justly celebrated Diemtic Piikpaiiatiom Ik,
-! In rompoaltlon. principally tha (Ilithm derived
frtim Iho White Wiyhii 1i.int Whkat Cbiikai a
aolid extract, tho luvenlinnor an eminent che'mit
It ha not only boon highly recommended, but cei'
tilled to by a lariro number or Cheinlam nnd I'hyl-cina-repreentlii
a very high decree of medical
wlenco-M the Hulet. Moat Acceptable and Hnlull
ble Food for theOrowth and Protection r infant
and Children, and for Mother lacklua Sjufficicut
NourlHhmenlfor their oir.prliiK. ""w.rui
I tiliku tuoao preparation mudo from animal or
vliioii matter, which are liable to nlmtilnte tho
bra a and Irritate the dlKelivc orinn, It embrar m
Thai which makes nironK Done and Muscle. That
which make pood HchIi and Hlood. That which I
fay of liei(,,n..iK.ver roullpatliiir. That which
kind and friendly to the llraln. 'ami ifcit w hich a
a prevent ve til thoou lutcntlual LWder iuciden
tnl to Childhood.
And. while It would be difficult to conceive of ntir
tlnim in food or lH-ert more creamy and delidoui
or more nourUhiiiir and Hreiii'tlieiiltur n an ali
ment In 1-eyr. Pulmonare Coiuiilalnl. Uyapepua
and lieiieral Debility, in. Uakk SIkmii-inai. Rx' tu
i.ioca Id all I.irasTiNAi, Diskask. cupeclallyln
D)seiiten',l linmlcI)inrrliO'nanJ I'lioleru Infmi.
H:i been Iuconklably Proven.
Hold Wholenale and
is th a
PRINCIPAL CITIES of the UNITED STATES.
JOHN CA11I.E A SONS. NKW VORK,
Sll'Tl'AL AID SOf'ICTY.
A SUBSTITTTE FOR LIFE I.NSIR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orcatilzfd July Ufa, 1G", Under lUn U'Uni
tlir Suae tl Illinois, ('npjrlfhted July
!. 1077. under Actef Cinn-.
WILLIAM STItATTON', Pbis.dkst
Mn. P. A. TAYI.Olt. - Mci Pbisiobst.
J. A. OOLDSTINK. - - Tanoia.
Dn. J.J UOllOOX, . Mto. Advisvk.
THOMAS LEWIS, SK-niTAPV.
BOAItD OK MANAOEIIS:
J. J (iOl.'MON. Ph,lrto alro.
vr. y. A. TAM.OK, hupcrlniendent of
Schoals, Alexander Cuiiiity "
J. A. liuLDSTlSK. of Gobbline A l!o
aenwater. Wholesale and KeUtl Dealem
in Maple and Kaucy Dry Ciod "
N. B. TillrLKWOOU. of llinkle &
Thistlewood. CouimiM-lon Merxbaut.
Cotton mid Tobacco Factor "
8. D. AYEKn. of Ayer & Co., Commi-
ion Merchant ,.
THOMAS LVIS. Innurauce Manager
and Attorney at Law
WM. STHAlToN.or Slrattou Bird,
GEO. M. ALDEN. Commisfiou Mer
chant, 71 Ohio L-vee
JAS.b. ItEAIiOEN. Airetit Mjnlrpp
Valley Tranaportation Cominiv
t HAH. lt. hTL'AUT. Wholesnle'and Ke
tall Hrv Goods and Notion
LDWAIIO A. Bl'DKH. Maimfacturinj
Jeweler and Wholtale denier in
Wati-hmnkei-' Tool and Material.... " "
C1IAKLF LANCASTLK. Lanca-n r A
1,'ice, Liituberdealer "
C O. l'ATIEIt. C. O. Patier Co..
W boll-Kilo and IMall Merchant
l!:.v.B. Y. OEOlitiE. IVtor Presbyte
J . C WIll'I'K. lusui.iiice Aui'Ut
O. W. Mi KEAlii, 1'OflmnMer
S. P. WlIEl-.LElf, Attorney and Couu-
celor nt law " "
!n. I.Ot'Is.t FlMlll.U'Iv .
OSi'AK HAYTIIOIiN. Wholesale and
I.Veiil Itoot. Shoe Mid DrvtiooiN...,
A.J.IIIKI). Merchant and 'steamboat
WILLIAM KU'liE.deneral Merib'dlse "
P. O. SC11L II. Wholetalu and Ketull
Drti'Mlt ' '
J. T. ItKNNIR. Foundry and Miichinisl. "
ALIiEIIT LEW IS -
1M. L. A. IIOWAKI), iheirdini! Hoii-o
V'. F. PITCH EK. Insurance Asect
A. HA 1. LEV. Dealer In Stove, Tin and
E. W. OliEEN, tiiet u. Wood i Peuiielt
II. F-1'i'TT.Ei:. EJin r and Publisher
Anru -Jouritnl Mound t'lly. 1!!,
Mrs. S. A. AY Kits Villa Hldire. "
A.J. FKKNCil, Fiirrtier Ilirri Point, Mo.
31 I'D IC A Ik
The Only Kiunvii Remody
THAT ACTS AT THE SAME TIME jN '
, THE ROWELS,
AND THE KIDNEYS.
This combined artion uIvp It wonderrij power
to cure all ilieae.
Why are we Sick?
Dccniiso we allow lhec prcnt. orunii to become
closed or torpid, nnd poicouon humor are there,
fore forced lulo I he blood that fliotild be expelled
BILLlOUsKIiHS. PIRhS, CONSTIPATION,
KIDNEY COMPLAINTS, UilNAltY D1S
KASKS, FKMALR WKAKNK-SES
AND NEKVOl'8 DISOKDE1JS,
by cntilii2 free action of Iheie orirona nnd relor
lull their tieni;tli iuiiI pow er to throw ofl' disease.
. - Why Sailer Billion palm and nchca?
Why bo tormented with. Pile nnd CoiiMlpatlonr
Why frlRhlened over disordered Kldueya?
Why ondnro nervoin hundnche and leeple
I'o KIDNEY-WOirr'und rcjolco la Health.
It l'n dry, venelable com pound and
One imeUjre will make nix qunrU of Medicine.
(Set It of your DrucKtt, he will order It for yon.
WELLS, KK'lIAltnsON & CO.. Proprlotor.
a . Burllugton, Vt.
TAN r ""ll