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I tha leading bualae bou.ea whose advcrtlae.
moot may bo found In Tu biixrrih .
C O. Palter Sl Co., Commercial avenue tod Nlue-
Cila. K. Stewart, Eighth afreet
Curl P.-ter & l!ro., KicUth street.
PctO Blid, Wanulogtou avenue and Eighth
llr. J. II. Varoan; offlcc, HO Commercial atenuc.
I!1'' V 1 J''j-n. Eighth naar Commei
Wbltlock, la Cotuineiclal awntie
Itobt Hmtb, No. W Ohio levee.
11. H. ('iuJ(', No'.TOOhlo levee Oip stair),
E'lmtahle Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
Widows and Orphan Matu:il Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial avcuuo.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Llnsgar 4 Lansdef, No. 113 Commercial avenne.
HalllduvBros , proprietor Rtrrptiin Mllln
Wnkle, Thlstlewood Ac Moore, No. li' and I'.T
URHiOISTS -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Uivlay llnxi., Ohio levoc and corner Eighth and
( l:y National, Ohio levee.
Wilier. Ek'htli street
KoeMrr Bros., t'orjicr Eight!; anil W
C!:s:ni.lo. Three Stale".
Julia Nproat, corner TwclP.U sujMut
Eon), Corner Ninth and cSwtitier.luI.
..'.Geo. SMnhouae. El.'btb street.
11. R. TIME CARD T CAIRO.
ILLINOIS'. ENTRALK I!
TRAIN AlilUYf.. TIHINS liEI'ART
Mi:: a a m. I Mail Srb.a.m.
Et;rc :lp.rn. Express HxV p.m.
CAIRO A INCENNES I!- Ii
t 10:00 p.m. Mall ....4:1:. m.
CAIKO ST LOUIS R H.
JRrire. 1 P:10 p.m. I Express l:IT a m
Acom datlon 10:43 p.m. ! Aecura'daliot.lJ 'Jt'p. m
CHICAGO. ST. i4H-ISANDNKWOKLEANSR.lt
M iU f.:-Ji.m. I Mall 5:0Ua.m.
C A. AT. H.MLROAD
Teiw )n . .3:10 a.m. I Texas cip'rea 2:15pm.
Ct EN K HAL DELIVERY cpeu ,: V a. m.; cloc
I : p.m.; Sundaj : S to W a. m.
Monev Order Department open at Sa. m.; closva
at ') p. in.
Through Express Miil via Illinois Central and
M'."'ippl t' utI Hilr'Bl tU-r at li!:to p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bind Through aud Way Mill
close at Hi:' p. tn.
War Mull via Illinois C.-utrA Cairo and Vln
cer.net sad Miss.saippt Central Railroad close at
V p. 01.
Waj Ma.1 Ut Narrow (ia Kallroad clnaea at 8
Cairiaad Evauvlll Hiver Toute cloe at G:V)
p. B trxrept 1'rldav). ,
TraAforrr Edward Dezonia.
Clerlt-Deuul. J, Koley.
Connelor -Wm. B (tllbert.
Marlial-J C. Ullne.
Attorney William Uendrick.
HOAUi) nr aLnaiuiiH.
Plrnt WurJ-Wm. O Callabau. M. .1. Howler.
Second Ward-David T. Lineyar. C. II. Wood
wird. Tblrd Wir.l-W. T. Wrle'.it. Kcbcrt Smith,
l'cirth Wnrd-Cbsrle t. l'atirr. Jame Kynaaton
Eirib Ward-T. W. llalllday, Ernct ll. I'ettil.
Circuit Jjdce O. A. Marker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. lte-ve.
Coouty iludze K. S. Yocun.
County Clerk S.J. Humm.
County Atlorny-W. C. Malkey
I'onniy lTeaurer-A. j . aiucu.
Comity Commiloner T
Drown. Saiunel Brlley.
W. llalllday, 51. V
M. K. Vnurtct-ulb alreet. between
. Walnut mid Cedar lreet; erlee Sabbalh 11
a. m. and ;.:w p. m.: Suuday scuooi i:.i p. in.
CtnHISTlAN-Eii;!iteenth lre.-t; meetinR Sab
J bulb n::wp. in.; preachitia occasionally.
C-rmrRi'H OF TDK HEDEEMEIIEplaciipal)
J Kourteentli lr.'et; Mmnin pruvcr itshluitli
lt).H) a. m.; eveuiiij! prayer, ' : iO p.m.; babbu'.h
achool A a. m.
1IMRST MISSIONARY IIAl'TIST CIirKCH.
1 l'reaclilnj at W:: a. m., i p. in., and 7;3i) p. m.
Subbatb ichojl at 7:iO p. tn. Rev. i. J. Store,
JrrilKHAN-Thirtecntb afreet; erv!cc Sab
J bath ly a. Sunday reboot 2 p. in. Rev.
METHODIST Cor. Eiirbth aud Walnut lreet:
l'rtuiliiiic Salballi 10:t a. m. aud T p.m.!
prayer meeting, Wedneduv 7::W p. ra.; Sunday
School, 8 a. m. Rev. Wuitiuker, panor.
IJRKSIIYTERIAN Kiubtli attwt; pn-achlnir on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. in. and 7:!" p. m.; prayer
nectinR Wedned:iv at 7:) p. in.; Suuday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. H. V. Cieorae, pastor.
CEOOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Fl fleet III
D street, between Walnut uud Cedar streets, ser
vice Sabbath at 3 aud 7:.0 p. in.
ST-JOSEl'irS-fHomnn Catholic) Corner Cro
and Walnut atreel; service Sabbath 10;:i0.
m.; Sunday School at U p. in.; Vesper ii p. m.; ser
vice every day at 8 p. m.
ST. rATRICK'S-dioman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington aveuito; service Sab
bath 8 aud 10 a. m.; Vesper :i p. m.; Snudav School
8 p.m.; service every day at 8 p. m. liev. F. Zabel,
Obtained for now Invention, or for Improvement!
on old one; ror muatcai or omer componuu, irane
nrir mill inhel. I'uveat. Ali:ument. Inter
ferences, Appeals, Suits for lufrinncmeiita, and
all cas nrUlnj under the Patent I.aVB. prompt
)v attended to. Inventions that have been
1U 1 IM'TWTi by rateut Olllco may still,
itl!il JuVirjU u tnot rases, bcpalcuted by
n. DeltiR opposite I ha U. 8. l'atent Denartnieut.
nit nniriiired In Hnlent bnsines eic uslvelv. we call
make closer aoarchea, and secure l'atent more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
lire remote from Waslilnnton. . t ,
1 V VWThlVi send u a mode or sketch ol
All T iali J-VlVo vmir rinvlre! we make ex
aminations and advise a to patentability, fres of
fiiaru- aii corrviiuuuouce siriciiy coiinueiuiBi.
I'rieea low, and no charire unless Pstent Is securgd.
We refer In Wasblnjrton, to lion l'oatmiwcer
(lenarnl D. M. Key, Rev.T'. D. Power. The Herman
American National Bank, to official. In the I'. S.
I'utent Olllco. and to Senators anil Uonreaeutatlvc
In Congrusa; and especially to our cllunta In every
State lu the Union and In Canada. Address
J. A. WIN UV & CO.
Opposite Patent OSlce, Washington D. C.
' THE WOHKINGMAN'S FHIEND
In thOKOdara of political trlekory, a Imc friend
a ai avuu
Dr. WM. IULIS
MLS AM for the LUNGS
It la o aureenre lor
. L')N- V(,S- t'I.I)S. ASTHMA
kv.w nil is, llUAIISli.NliSS
and all dlncwea or the Lttna, Client and Throat
Tbla well-known remedy ha been lined for
thirty yeara and bn. cured thoiiuiid ofcaaej,
many of wblih were given tip a hople.
ftij case, however ohnlnate. ru reaUt tho
boallug properileof Dr. Wm. Hall' liulnam for
tbe l.nitKH. Trial bottle will l rurnlnhed irat
tultoualy to all who urn ailkted with Luuu and
,.tT'f,""fnil"-r.tlit.t It l the perIMent use of
the iialnam thai cum thewort cavs.
JOHN 1 HENRY, CLRIJAX & CO.,
8 COLLEOE l'LAC'E, NEW YOIIK.
(I) BARCLAY BllOS. Wholeanle ABcnla.
Liver A' Stomach Pads,
THE GREAT SPECIEIU !
THE l!iT I.'iMKDY
IN THE world:
lb proved Itsetf bv a Three Yrjrn Campaign of
Liver, .stomach and Dowels
PriNjiici:;!! a larger portion if wotidetfnl and
Than any other Reni' dy Wfore the public.
A PREVENTATIVE Or ALL El'IDEMIO.
Y'eltow fever. Billion uud plicid Peters,
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Neuluiizcii. E'.iminu'.ed aim iNpellei! through
the natural i-xeivlion by
Health Eoloi-inj,' Liver 4 Stoiiuuh Fatls
An antidote thtt has proven it repcllaLt force
to expel Atmospheric Germ of Ditcase
that infest the air.
An Antidote and preventative and cure for Chil
dren. Summer Cotnpiaiiits.Choiria Infantum. Srr
let Fever. Measles, Wboopluc Cuiluh. etc.
A prevenlatire that i hlf.hiy apjm-ciated by quite
a number of mothers who nave tried them.
tlTForbes- Pad are made from GENl'INE MV.U-
It u t.XIKAt I . poss,-sMi,(r ineoi'-i au.oriK'iu
Bronerties knowu to scien. e. hav ini: a direct aiM'Ii-
cation to the removal ol Morbid Organic condition"
and retorlne to health, natural energy and iiormal
activitv the vital function" which are weakened and
debilil'at'-d bv disease, thus prnvln:: tuuintelves to
possess a PoWEKKCL REMEDY lor all dl..-ase
of the Liver. Stomach ni:d Bowel, as thousand
can testify from practirai expt-rience. .
. B A the price ol Hie ran nas oeen reuuenii.
11 makes It the cheapest and ino-i eonveiili nt mldi
cation tou can use lor any ol the above dicac.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
OXLV ONE DOLLAlt!
If after a fair trial von are dissatisfied, send back
)o:ir Pad to the proprietor, aud the
MONEY WILL DE REFUNDED.
IKorall advice (rr.KKl scud sym plcms aud cu
Huirles, (alo for sin.'ie Padsi lo
IMi. If. . i wi,ii-..
171 W.4tb St.. Ciucililintl.
Will be sold by nil drujsists.
BAliT aSc 1IICKCOX.
'. W . Fmirl li St.. CINCINNATI.
tiSefccri'flcate in law circulars at drugstore
thins else. The work I ll.'ht and plcaaLt, and
sin h as any one can po rluht at. Those who are
w l-e lio see notice will end lis their ndMressra at
once and ne for themselves I oMy Outllt and
term free. Now I the time, Those alreadv at
work are lavini; mi larce sums of money. Addle
I'KL E A- CO.. Aiiuusta. Maine.
WHOLES Al.F. WINKS AND LIQUORS
t SMYTH ifc CO.,
Wholesale and Iletnll Dealer lu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wincs of all Kintlf!,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH A C(T. have constantly a larpe
stock of the best pood lu the market and iiive
especial atteution to the wholesale branch ol' the
Corner Washington Avenue and Eight Siret
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
A full and complots supply of the beat of a!)
Kind meat anvaj uu r.uua.
$r i r A MONTH Kiiaraiiteed. $10 a
"ill Iday at home made bv the iiulus
i 1 1 I'l-bnis. Capital iml rei;tiired;
ffJ f we 111 start on . Men. women,
v boys and '.'ills make money fas
ter at work for us than at any-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MOJINING. 'SEPTEMBER 11,
Hay a Boston pbyalrlan, "baa no equal as a bUod
IMirliler. Ilearlnir of ita many wonderful curea af
ter all other remedies bad fulled. I visited the la.
ratory, and convinced myself of Its Renuine merit.
H la prepared from barks, roots and lurbs, caeb of
wblchls lilgbiy efleclive, and they arc compounded
.u .uuu B nmouerasio prouiiceustonlslilri); ruolta.
Is the emit blood pnrlOcr. (
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula.
J reconi mended by phyaician and apothecarlea.
Has effected some mwlna "
. in isc OfT
Cures Hip worst cases tf Canker.
Metis with wonderful aucci-sa In ilercwrlal diseasi .1
Will eradicate Suit Rheum from the svsieni.
moves Pimples atd Humor" from the lai e.
Cured Ci.uMipa'.iuG aLd r-i;::ial-.s '.h bii.veS.
s a valuable remedy for Ileadaclie.
Will CUT' 1)1 spepajfj.
YEGETINE ' ,
l.'.-storc Ihn-atiri system to a htalthv cnmEiirn.
Removes the cause of Dizzim-os
Relieve Fuiutne" at the :omuc!i.
Cures laln lu the Bark.
Effectually cure Eidnev Conji lalnl.
I" effective in cure ot Female Weakuess.-s.
Is the LT. at remenv for General DlI.IMIv
I." Tilt BKT
II. R. STEVENS, liOSTO: MASS.
Vi'Sfetlne is Sold P.y all Di'iiir?Nts,
PHYSICIAN'S. CLERGYMEN AND THE
AFFLICTED EVERY WII KR E.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
Hit Tin ha succerd
d incouiblniii" In these
ill! the heretofore an-
tasonMIe qualifier cX a
C I KE DYSPEPSIA.
1 heir Urst iiDDureut ef
fect Is to Increase the ap
uef'itc by causini; the
food to propcrlv assluil.
Cl RE CONSTIPATION
ate. 1 lillstliesvsfem i"
lourlshed, and bv their
touio action on UmmIw's-
ive orcntis, rei;itWr nud
icalthy evacuations s.
l THE PlES.
The rapidity with
vvhlch tho ncrsinis take-
CVRE FEVEUnud Arii
on flesh while under the
nmiencc of these nilis.
indicate their adaptu-
illty to nourish the bod-
(THE BIOVS Cul.lt
k hence their elllcacy lu
urlna nervous debility.
wnstlnir of the miisile
Cine HI DN E Y' Complaini
liifsijlshnesa of the liver,
impiirtliid health and
krenizth to tliu svstem.
CURE TORPID LlYElilSold everywhere.
PRICE ffl CENTS.
53 Mnrrav , Street.
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety . Stock
IK TIIK CITY-
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P AT1EH to CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LiviiitPooL, St'i.tenilior 13, 2 p. m. Whuitt
flrm-Wiiitcr, Ds 2 J 9h 4.1; iring,
8iCJ8sl0il;C'alifirnia average, SsOilO
037tl; California club, Os 7tll(L. Corn
i NEW YORK GRAIN.
1 New York, Sop.cmWr 13. 12:2a p. m.-Wlieat-stronger
No. 2 Chicago, $1 U2(&
I 10; No. 2, Red Winter. 1 10; No. 2
Red Winter, 1 071 10; No. 2 Red
.Winter; $i ny, ic; No. 2 Anrlwr,
II 1; r,y,Q l ic. Corn-flrm-Nu. 2,
OlllCadO CUAIN AND PRODUCE.
CarcAoo, Septcniher, 13, 10 a. m.
Corn-October, 33.; Novcinbca, S3.
Tork-Octulx-r, $s 40042. JS'ovem
I'tr, 7 OVi-
Wheat November, 03; October, f'2.
Oats-NovemlKT. 2 1 ; October, 23",;
024. Chicago, September 13, 11 u. in.
Wheat November, 91?.,'; October, 91!.
Oats November, 240?-,'; October. 24.
November 24 "
Pork-Norember. ?7 8007 SJ'; Octo
ber, 321,'iftS 33.
Cora November, 330 ij
Chicago, September, 13, 12 m.
Wheat November. 02; October, 01,;
Pork-October, fS 27.
Corn-November. 33?i0:i1; : October. 34.
Oat-Noveml)er; 23itfr. ?i ; October, 24.
ANOTHER INCREASE IN THE NUM
BER OF VICTIMS AT MEMPHIS.
TWEXTV-SEVEX NEW CASES AND ELEVEN
DEXTHS YESTERDAV JAY GOVLD SENDS
THE HOWARDS KlVi; TIIOCSAND DOLLRS
MKMniH, Sept. 12. Another increase in
lo:(; new cases aud deaths comes in re
ports, official and unofficial, to-day. There
are twenty-seven new coses.
Rev. Father Wm. Walsh, iu charge of
Fit her Mathew Catholic camp, ia reported
(trioilslj ill, l)U u.i e wt'iy f0y(.f,
Futhw WMib cnuie from Europe to Mem
;)Iim on learuinrr 0f tlc reappearance of tlie
fever and ha3 been laboring arduously iu
caring for the people of his faith.
The charge made in the ex-federal sold
iers' eppeal for aid that the Howards and
city government refused to aid that class of
citiz.'ns received another emphatic contra
diction iu the following card written to the
press of Memphis:
''Seeing in appeal fur aid in the Cincin
nati Euqumr for dtitiitc ex-federal sold
iers of Memphis, stating that the Howard
association md city authorities both neglect
to care for e:-federal soldiers, I feel called
upon as an existed soldier of the United
States army b say that the accusation is
vitliout fotmlation and untrue. During
ny recent ilhess I received every attention
that could Ik: bostowed by efficient nurses
firnished by tl:e Howard association, and
hive always boon treated with reypect and
the consideration by the officials of Mem
phis. Respectfully signed,
It. T. n.UlNEY.
Private, Signal corps, I. S. army, in chnrge
of signal station, Memphis, Temi."
The Howards received to-day another
telegraphic cheek for $.",000 from Jay
The following was also gratefully re
"PiTTsm itti, Sept. 12.
"W. J. Smith, Acting President:
"Draw at tight fur $1,000 for benefit
(Signed) Jons R, McC'lcre.
"Treasurer Pittsburg Relief Committee."
The Howards having ceaU'd to care for
other sick than those alllicted with yellow
fever, the citizens' relief coinmittQ have
instructed thnt all other Hick must apply to
tho City dispensary for medicine or go to
the city hospital.
The weather has again changed to a cold,
drizzly condition and unfavoraldu results
may be expected.
Little Rock, Sept. 12. The state board
of health, in response numerous petitions
from points on the Memphis railroad, an
nounce officially that trains will be allowed
to run to llopeliiild at the expiration of two
weeks, if yellow fever does not break out
there, for the purpose ot getting out) cotton
via tho Anchor line to St. Louis.
NEW ORLEANS AND MORGAN CITY.
Washington, Sept. 13. A telegram to
the national board of health reports Ave
new cases of yellow fever nt Morgan City
and two mild coses in tho Infected district
of New Oilcans.
Babiej cry because they suiTcr; and tho
most reliable remedy for their discomfort
is Dr. Bull's Uaby Syrup. Only 25 cents
f or the Sunday Bulletin;
UNDER THE ROSES. ""
It la a trance whut a great deal of trouble we tako;
W Hat aacrlflco mod of ua make;
How the lip will amllo, though the heart may acbo,
Aa we oeua 10 ti way, of the world for ak
Of Ita poor and acanty prnUea.
And time runs on vtlth auch tlrclcsa glow,
That our lives are wasted before we kuow
What work to lliilsh before we ro
To our loug reat "I'ndor the Rosea."
And too often we ta a useless flbt
For wroujf 1 so much lu the place of rlirht,
And the end is so fur beyond our algbt--'Tls
as ouc starts out on it chase by night,
Anjnnknown shade pursuing.
So do we see, when our race is run,
Of all we have strlvtu for, lit'le Is won;
Of all the work our lianda huvc done,
How little was worth the doing.
But If ouc poor, troubled heart can say,
Aa tears (all over otirllfele. clay:
"ITU klddaess ottnd mj. life's .uja way," '
We shall stand In heaven, In as. bright array
Aa If all earth rang with our praise.
The good we have doue will never fado,
Tbough the wor' lie wrought and tho wagca paid.
And the wearied form of the laborer laid
All peacefully 'Tnder the Hose"." I. A. M.
Caiho, LL, Sept. LJ, 1879.
For the Sunday Bulletin.
Oil! TOl'CII THE KEYS ONCE MORE.
Oh' touch the gleaming keys once morf,
Aud in,' the tender strain,
l'Yir I would hear It o'er and o'er.
It brings t uilnd agiilii,
The blessed days so fair and bright -
The day when first 1 knew
The youth who vaulab'tl from my sight.
Dressed lu bis coat of blue.
Oh! sing the tender strain once more :
I see tho river side
He stands beside me on the shore
In all his youthful pride.
My brother with the waving hair
The hour" so lightly Hew;
I dreani'd not I hen he ere would near
The soldier's coat ofj!:ie.
Wo climb'd the mountain baud In hand.
YVbere aild wood roses hung,
To watch the sun that o'er the land,
Its stacams of splendor flung;
We celi'd beside the fountan' flow.
The flowers of richest hue; .
But that was ere I saw him go.
With sword, and coat of blue.
He salu farewell, one shhnj day,
Beside the singing rill, ,
I watebed n'.m riding far away,
As mem'ry sees him still.
I never saw hi face azain.
Save bathed lu iiieni'ry's dew ;
Dost wonder that thy lender strain,
Recalls his coat of blue ? ,
oh ! brother, dead so many years
Mi'd from the quiet glade
1 call thee, 'midst my sighs and tears,
Back to the bejcjicn shade.
They wrapped him In hU blanket there,
-lit coiuraae. Via.v sua tni
And sent to u with teiider care,
Ilia faded coal of blue.
1 lie iiiuofl coaf, we mr7.
Wo molaten'd them with tears;
O'er them our sad lament was poured -
Still kept through changlngyears.
How dear tome my childhood's tie.
As round my heart Ihey grew
How sad and still the shadow lie.
Around the coat of blue.
Thou didst not knpw, when asked losing,
The thoughts thy song had stirred -The
inem'ries sad, thy notes would bring,
Of each fond parting word.
E'ven though for me the tender strain
The aching pang renew,
Ob! touch the keys, and sing agalu.
"The faded coat of blue." Katic W-
For the Cairo Bulletin.
Have you ever lost ft friend; I do not
meau has death ever snatched a clearly be
loved friend from your side, for in this
event they are uot lost only gone before.
But have you ever had a friend whom you
loved and trusted, prove to be a treacherous
enemy t Have you seen the golden" band
of friendship crumble into dust? Have
you seen sacred ties trodden under foot? To
meet each day in your daily walk and to
pass by with cold averted look one who was
once your bosom friend and to you the per
sonification of everything that was good ami
noble. Your idol has turned to ' clay ; and
in the anguish ol-yourdeepdisappointment,
can any one blame you for vowing to never
again trust human friendship Rut you
will love again. Perhaps after all it is "bet
ter to have loved and lost than ne'er to
have loved at nil." The Crea
tor has implanted within the
Human soul a desire for social communion.
It is the noblest human attribute. But
how little it is understood. How its culti
vation and development in it higher sense is
neglected. In this grasping, greedy world,
its beauty is overlooked ; its power is lost, its
blessings unheeded in our race after worldly
treasures and pleasures and their' unsatisfy
"Oh let me lay my loved onua down,
Beneath the willow drooping low,
I'll weave for each a flowery crown,
And bathe It with my tear that flow.
But spare me (lod the Intense pain ,
Of burylnga friend untrue,
or all the sad, sad, things la life.
Tula la the saddest thlug to do."
Cairo, III., Sept. 1879. Beatrice.
What Makks Yop Sick?- You havo al
lowed your IkwcIs to become habitually
costive, your liver has become torpid, tho
si.me thing ails your kidneys, and you ore
iust used tin. Now be sensible, get A
package of Kidney-Wort, tako it faithfully
aud aoon you will forget you've got any
such orgaus, for you will ho a well man.
Hereditary Taint. This ono of tho
'inscrutable mysteries of Providence." It
is gratifying toknnw, however, that Bcrof
ula con Ik? effectually eradicated by tho use
of Roeadalis, tho great Southern Remedy.
Its reputation is wirld wide, and it rdways
cures. Barclay Bros., Agents.
NEW SERIES NO. 70.
"OOINO TO PETOSKEY."
I always havo good luck getting seal
on the tram when there's a rush, but soma
others are not so fortunate. They don't
seem to know how to squat at the precise
moment, or just tho language to uso to
ward a pale small man who has wholo
seat by himself. Everybody at the depot
said tho night train for Pctoskey would bo
jammed, aud so it was, but our party got
seats nevertheless. After pulling out of the
station for tho all night ride through the
silent pines, with no chsnco that a ginrlo
person would stop off before .laylight, I
looked up aud down'to see it anybody had
drawn the ticket which entitles the holder
to a scat on the wood-box.
Somebody had a patienl-looking man,
but there was a bad bulge behind his ears
a sort of warning that he might put up
with being kmcked down, but that tho
victor mustn't lt oJ-fewrftril. Oik
dco4 iu me center ot the car were occupied
by six men only one man and his baggage
to each seat. It didn't make any difference
that the rest of us were sitting three and
four to a seat, these six hogs held the keys,
if there was any key to hold.
The man on the wood-box seemed to bo
waiting for some one to encourage him, and
I winked with both eyes at once. Perhaps
he took it that I had a bowio-knitn nnd
would stand by hint in a fight, for lie
walked up to hog No. 1 and said :
".My friend, cau't vou snare mo half this
"No can't do it I'm on mv wav to
camp-meeting at Petoskey," was tho gruff
"My friend, can you spare me half this
seat; asked the wood-box man of tho sec
"No, sir, I can't, sir!" was the determined
Hog JS o.3 pretended to be aslcen and
was passed. Hogs No. 4, 5 and 6 all re
plied that they were bound to the camp
meeting at Petoskey; and could not, there
fore, afford to be half-way white. Tho
wood-box man looked over to me for in
structions, ami somehow or other he seemed
to think that I advised him to go for hog
No. 3, who was really the meanest-looking
one of the six, and who still protended to
be fast asleep. Catching him by the should
er, and giving him an awful shake, my
friend inquired :
"Caul have half this seat?"
"No, sir 1" shouted the indignant hog, "I
represent a whole church and am on my
way to Petoskey to camp-meeting !"
"Now you look a here'' said the wood
box man, as he reached over aud secured
two terrible grips of the hog's body; "i
don't represent nobody nor nuthin', and
'stead of beiu' on my way to camp-meeting,
I fpect I'm on the high road to blazes,
but you want to yell "out mighty quick
which half of this seat you didn't pay for!"
It wasn't thirty seconds before the man
nn tUa Ligkto&il ti Klusuia luul.alj tho oaui,
the other retusing to sit beside him. After
a minute he shared it with two boys and
Kim!?,1 8tchels, and looking over to me ho "
"Much obliged foi ,
iron ready. Sixm's your wi'fu jj'.cr "hootin'
I'll pass over some of the best gin'ullocp
man ever tried to stvaller.1' M. Qi ao.
Natch k docs not execute "snap" judg
ments, but always warns the offender
against her laws by the infliction of pain.
(Jive attention to her warnings, and tako
Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills m a good time
to prevent the encroachment of disease.
Price 23 ceiitH.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Sluloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certaiuly and surely cura a
cough or nny lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will ro
tund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this n fair proposition. Price
lOcts. BOcts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh'a
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale, by
Barclay Brothers. f
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility w hen you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytein Yiializcr which we sell on
n positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 73 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and fragran
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Taken in tiik act Sister Jones called
tin Elder Smith a few evenings since. Be
ing a next door neighbor, she entered hi
study unannounced, and was greatly
shocked at seeing him take n ilrhik from
a suspicious looking bottle. He noticed
her look of inquiry and said: "This, Sis
ter Jones, is Tabler's Portaline, or Vege
table Liver Powder, the only remedy I
have ever found for the many troubles ar
ising from ft disordered liver. I can rec
ommend it." Price 50 cents. For sale by
Do We Bi.lii.vk in Witc'II-Chart? "I
take the position that we do not, in its
broad sense, said a gentleman of years ami
experience, and yet we And. many of tho
present thy carrying a Buckeye in their
pocket through ft klndof superstition, when
they might bo relieved by a few applica
tions of Table's Buckeye Pile Ointment."
This ointment is made from tho Buckeye,
nnd Is recommended for nothing else but
piles. Trv it. It will cure you. Price 60 '
cents a bottle. For sale by Barclay Bros.
A Nati Hal Tone. The Perfected But
ter Color of Wells, Richardson A Co,
Burlington, Vt Imparts to even winter
made butter, a deep, rich tone, suggestive
of the sweetest and most nourishing graswra
in June. It U very Mnolvablo ami perfect
ly permeates the entire churning.
Ir vol; Are almoat worn out dontgivo up,
but take Kidney Wort and It will give you
new life, i -' i, . ''.'; v" ' r
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