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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 19, 1879.
NEW SERIES NO. 74.
BUSINESS DIKBCTOKY :
tUe lOtdlOZ bnilnCM house wlins riirnrlt.i.
ent may bn found If Tun Uuixitik .
0. Patlor 4 Co.. Commurclnl avenue anil Nino.
as. 11. Blow art. KlL'lilli street.
r Peters A Pro.. Klirhtk street.
tin A lilt (1. Wushioeton avenue anil KMilh
J. II. slaYcan; ofBco, 140 Commercial avenue.
W. (.'. Jornlyn, Eighth near Commercial
K W. Whitlock, 13b Commercial avenue.
it. ShIVtll. No. fVl Ohio lve.
H. ("iiuiIcp. No. 70Oblo (sveefiin stair!.
lltfttrtd L ie. of Now York, comer Twelfth and
dowa and Orphans Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
ad Commercial avenuu.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
iczar 4 Laimdcn, No. U3 Commercial avenne.
GEN ERA LCOM MISSION. MERCHANTS.
allldar Tiro,, proprietor Bnrntlsn tills.
nkle. Th stlcwood & Moon:. No, 12' Mid IS
DRUOOISTS -WHOLESALE AN!) RETAIL.
relay Bros.. Ohio levee and corner Eighth and
ty Mtiunal. Uluo levee.
Waiter. ElL'lilh street.
chler llro.. Corner Eighth and a-donaton.
amnion. I nree Mate).
in nroai. corner Twcmn ami i.i-vi-e.
C iord. Corner Ninth and ( 'iracien In .
BA HUE US.
.o. Steinhouse, Eighth street.
R. R. TIME CARD T CAIRO.
TI'MS AUIllkt T11AIS9 uri'AI.I
1 . a IU. t TlTJl. ..... l.t"4.lU-
CAIH0 4VINIKNNKSK. 1!
10:00p.m. I Mull 4 J'.a m.
CAIRO 4 ST. I.OL'IS H. R.
tire :;o p.m. i r.xpre" n i .-a. m
IK AtiO. ST. LOUISANDNUWOHLfcANS li.K
i 5:J0p.m. Mall.... 5:'u.m.
C A. AT. IiILIIOAD'
it i-T in s 'a.m. lesa express. s i,' hi.
RNERAL DELIVERY open a. ui.; closes
T(i:o.m.: Sunday: s to m a. ra.
Monev Order Department open at 8 8. m.: close
at 5 n. in.
llirudliu r.;'r-SJ .ti:iuf ,n .ilium,- i rmmi buu
mi-ddI Central Railroad close at Vi ") p. m.
Cairo anl r'op'ar liluir mruugti auo vtay .tian
c'ose at 14:.V n. m.
Way Mall via Illinois Centr:il. Cairo and Vin
rennet and Miis.f ippl Central Railroad i !oe at
way xi, fur narrow uanye iuuro.ia cioe ai a
Cairo and Evannviih' Klver Rome cloet ai n: w
n m e'iv (eioeiit It n.ivi.
Mayor N. H ThitIewood.
Trviwnrer Edward Dezouia.
Clerk-Dcunl. J. Poley.
Counlor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Mambal-J C. UHue.
Attorney William Heudriek.
BOAIIU OP ILIIEKJISS.
Kirt Ward-Wm. O'Callahan. M. .1. Howlev.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. It. Wood
Third Ward w. r. wnjni. Kt'oen nmiui.
Kourth Ward-Charle O. Vatler, .lame Kynaaton
Firtli Ward-T. W. Halllday, Krne.t li. I'ettit.
Circuit Jndce-O. A. Darker.
Circuit Clerk J. A. Iii-ave.
County J mice It. S. Yocum.
County Clerk S. J. Humni.
Countv AornyW. C. Mulkey.
County Treasurer A. J. Alden.
Sheriff John Hodi;e.
County CommiH-louei- T. . Halllday. M.
Brown, Samuel ltrlley.
VKRIl'AN M. E. Fourteenth ftreet. tH-Hveen
Walnut and Cedar treet; nervlce Sabbath U
. m. audT::W p. m.; Suuday School l:t p. m.
(IHRISTIAN-Elshteentli ftreet: meeting Sab
J bath lo:Hp. m.; preiicbint; occasionally.
(IHlMiCH OK THE RKDKEMElt-Etlcopal)
J Fourteenth ftreet: Monilna praver (Suiil)Htlil
10::W ft. in.; evening prayer, T: p.m.; Sabbath
rchool 9 a. m. .
TJMR8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHI-RCIL-r
Prrachlnt at ll::!()a. m :1 p. m., and T: p. m.
Sabbuth chool at 7::it) p. m. Rev. T. J. Shore,
IUTHERAN-Tblrtecnth street; orvlrea Sab
J bathl:'t0 h,ii.; Sunday echoolip.m. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor. Klshth and Walnut street;
Preaching Sabbath W:W a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer mceltn, Wednesday 7::W p. in.; Sunday
School, a. in, Iter. Whlttuker, paMor.
I)RESBYTERIAN Klcbth trent; proachlm; on
Sabbath ut 11:(X) a. m. and 7::HP- .; prayer
meotinii Wednesday ot 7::p. id.; Sunday uool
at 3 p. tu. Ruv. B. Y. Oeorse, pastor.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Klfteetth
atruct, betweon Walnut und Cedur streets; eer
vice Subhath at A and ';&) p. in.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Cros
and Walnut, street; services Snbbalh 10:3ia.
m. ; bundujr School at 3 p. m. ; Vespers 3 p, m. ; ser
vice every day at 8 p. m.
ST. IATRICK'S-(Roman Catholic) Corner JTInth
street and Washington nvenno; services Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vespers 3 p. m. ; Sunday School
S p. m. ; service every day at 8 p. m. Rev. i Zabel,
OWatnodfornnw Inventions, or for Improvements
on old ones ; for medical or other compound, trade
marks and labels, Caveats, Assignments, Inter
lerences, Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and
,11 cases arising under tbo Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to Inventions that have been
1 VtWi 1T T 1 1 ly tho Patent Office may still,
Jt bl JTAvl Till in n,Ht cases, be patented by
us. Holhg oppnsltn the IT. 8. Patent Department,
and engaged In Patent hnsinosa exclusively, we can
makri closer smirches, mid soenre Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
sre remote from Washington. , ,
I XT WMTOPU u model or sketch of
li V Till J.VJJVO VOur devleo; wo mako ex
amination" and advise as to patentability, freo of
Charge. All correspondence atrletly confldontlal.
(.ki low. and no chargn uuless l'auint Is secured.
We refer In Washington, to lion Postmaster
(lenoral D. M. Key, Rev. F. D.Power. Tho German
American Natloual Bank, to officials In tho U. H.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Representatives
InConttroaaiandespeciajivtoonrcllenta In every
HUte In tb union ana in viiiaon, iiaaross
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent OSce, Washington 0. Q
JLLINOIS CKNTRAL It! R.
' PASFVl'JVP THAHtS LBMflANI)
- i i0riilril, ARRIVE DAILY.
ST. LOl'IS VIA. CAIRO SHOUT LINE,
without chanifij car . The direct route to
Ami all EASTERN POINTS,
BT. i -
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
Train leave and arrive at Cairo a follow :
Expr!a. (Lilly except Sunday p.m.
ExpreM, daily 5: lop ni.
Mail, daily except Sunday :i:10a rn.
JAMES JOHNSON, JOHN II. JONES,
lieneral Son Airt I'aii-iiuer Airt.
(JA1RO A ST. LOUIS' 11. II
IT. AN. SMIT1IK1W, IitH-oivor.
SIIOHTEST SIIOKT LINK ItETWEE
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throiifli ExprtM leave Cairo . s: to a.m.
Tlirouu'h Expre arrive ui E. St. Loui.. i :i p.m.
Through Expre leave E. St. Louis.... !:ija.m.
Through Expre arrive at Cairo 3:10p.m.
MurphyUororoouiiiiodntlon leave CairolJ fijim.
Mii'pbjBboro Aec. arrive at Miir.htilMiro U:J.i p.m.
Murjitiyi-lioru Ai:e. leave Murpbjliuro. .. 4:ira.m.
Murptiy'boro Acc. arrive at C airo 10 4 ja m.
The Cairo 4 St Loni Rail Road t the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loui under one
management, therefore 'here are nodi'layt at
way Mat iuu awaiting ronneetion from other Hue.
Cloeand are connection at St. Loui witliotiier
line, fur North, Ea.t and Wetl.
I. A. N.UOI.B. L. M.JOHNSON.
A,'eut. Cieueral Manu;vr.
CAIRO k VINCENNES R.R.
fti Arrri.'CTHK shortest route to
Ul JllliiiO Kvuimville.
4 7 Af 1 1' Til THE SHORTEST TO LOflS.
Ji llifjO VILLK. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINOTON.
Ql 'f4rTCTIIE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
At .lUIIjIV Al'OLIS.I'HItAilliLI'HIA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralni of all other route making t!:e ame
tSf I'aemer by other route to make connec
tion mnt flue am nigui. wamus inmi one io n
hour at mall country Mat iou lor trains ot con
T Vf TATTiVPTHE FACT and take our 4 :4.'i
iVrj JirjAUDrjii. a. m. train, reach'ni! Evan
yillc, Indianapoli. Cincinnati and Louisville me
day. Train leave and arrive ai v airo an iuhik.
Mail leave 4:4:a.m
v,iil rrivH tl):l)n.ni
Through tlckt and cheek to all importnut
K.'vMII.LKIt ROSWELL MILLER.
lien'I I'a. Acent. General Sup'
, L. B. CHURCH. Taener Agent.
A WEEK in vour own town, and no
capita) risked. Y'oii can ptvc the
insines a ir a wnuoui e.oeiie.
The best npporlunitv ever otl'ered for
those willins to work. You should
trv notliiiiir else till vou see for your
self what yon cnu do at the buslncf we oiler. No
room to explain here. Yon can devote all your
time or onlv your spare time to the buMiics. and
make Rrcat av for every hour that you work.'
Woimii mnke a much as men. Send for special
nrlvato term and imrticukir. wlik'U we mail tree.
fc.lonttlt free. Don't coniplatn of hard time while
vou have such a chance. Auttreiis n. u Ai.i.t 1 1
CO., Portland, Maine.
CARI, PETERS & RRO.
Of all kind.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD
Eighth sircet, bet. Com. and Wash. ave.
CAIRO. : : : ILLINOIS
tST'doods delivered to all pari of tho City free
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hlffhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat
IS YOUR BLOOD PURE?
Now this Is an Important Question, for without
pure and wholeiome blood there can be no per
fect health, and without
t'clsamere burden and waste. For Impure
iilood the best medicine known Is
SeovillV Blood Purifier.
It Is the great Southern time tried and true rem-
uy, ana may be Implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It In the Spring time, especially for Im
pure secretions of the blond incident to that
ea-onof the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula. Liver Complaints, Weak
ness. Boil. Tumor. Swelling, and the thou-
and Ills that come from Impure blood.
JOHN F. HENRY, C'L'RRAN v: CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
i) BARCLAY BROS., Wholesale Agent.
jiver & Stomach Pads,
THE REST REMEDY
IN THE WORLD!
Il:i proved Itself by c Three YeaflC 1 ,'!" 01
Liver, Stomaeli and Bowels
Produclii'' n lamer port!"n of wonderful and
Than uy other Remedy before the public.
PREVENTATIVE OF ALL EPIDEMICS.
Yellow fever. Billions and Typhoid Fever.
M.I. MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Neutralized, fcllmmatea una exoei;e niw.fn
the neural txcretion by
loalth Restoring Liver & Stomach Pad
An antidote that has proven U repellatt force
to expel Atmospueric iierm cu uiseare
ttiat Infest the uir.
An Antidote and preventative and cure for Chil
dren, Summer Complaint. Cholera Infantum. Scar
let Fever. Measle", hooping I ougli. etc.
A preventative that Ishbhly appreciated byCjiiite
a number of mothers who have tried them.
yForhes' Pads are made from Gh.NL IN li MiiU-
H AL EXTRACTS, oossessilic the het absorbent
properties knowu to science, huvlui a direct I I i -cation
to the rcniotal ol Morbid Organic conditions
and restoring to health, natural energy and normal
activity the vital functions which are weakened and
debilitated bv dieae. thus proving themselves to
possess a POWERFUL REMEDY for all disease
of the Liver, Stomach und Bowel, a thousands
can testily from practical experience.
.. li. As tne price oi me ran na neon rcuuree.
It make it the cheapest and most convenient midi
cation you can ut- for any of the above diseases.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
ONLY. ONE DOLLAR!
If after a fair trial vou are di'snllsfkd. send back
your Pad to the proprietor, and tho
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
LT"For all advice Ot.ee) send sym ptoms and en
o,uiric. lso for single Pads) to
in;, u. vt . run ur.r.
174 W. 4th St., Cluclunutl.
W ill be sold by all druggist.
HART iSc IIICKCOX,
W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI
ti"See certificate In large circulars at drugstore
For Sale bv G EO. E. O'HABA, Irur-
gist, Cairo, Ills.
3 f A MONTH
ill l'1:ly '"
r wewll'l t:il
v v bov and g'
A MONTH guaranteed. SIS a
home made by the Indus-
apltal not reoulred;
art you. Men, women,
girls make money fas
ter nt work for us than at any
thing ele. The work Is light and pleasant, nud
such any one can go right nt. Those who are
wise who see notice will send us their addresses ut
once and see for themselves CosMy Outllt nud
term free. Now I the time. Those already at
work an1 laving up large sum or money. Address
TRUE & CO.. Augusta, Maine.
WHOLESALE WINES AXD LIQUORS
1 SMYTH it CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. have constantly a largo
stock of the best goods In the market uud give
especial attention to the wholesale brunch of the
Corner Washington Avenue and Klaul Street
CAIRO, : j 1 . . ILLINOIS
'A Ml and complsto supply of thfl lrt of all
iiiqu mvm iwy on nana.
Hays a Boston physician, "ha no equal a a hlqad
puriuer. uvanug oi lis many wouuorrul ciireTrr
ter all other remedies had fulled. 1 vl.ltcdthe lab
rntory, and convinced myself of It genuine merit.
It 1 prepared from barks, roots and herbs, each of
which 1 highly effective, and they are compounded
In such a manner as to produce astonishlug result.
Id the grr-ut blood purifier.
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula.
Is recommended by physicians and apothecaries.
Has effected some marvelous cure In cases of
Cures the worst asci of Canker.
Meet willi wonderful success In Mercurial diseases
Will i radicate Salt Rheum from the sytem.C
Removes Pimples and Humors from the f-.ce.
Cure Con;ijiat!on and regulate the bowel.
I" a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Djspcpsia.
Restore the entir) system to a healthy condition
Removes the cause of D!z?iuc.
Relieve Faintness at the stomach
Cures Pains in the Back.
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint .
I effective in Its cur.- c-f Female Weaknesses.
Isthc great remcny for General Debility.
IS TUX BEST
"li. R. STEVENS, ROSTOJ MASS.
Vcgvtiiic is Sold By all Di-Uffgrlsts,
PHVSiriANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
rriTTTV llir T t"l On Terr bus succeed
1 U 1 1 O 1 llJliOl-rt in combining In thee
CURE SICK HEADACII
Ill the heretofore an-
agonistic finalities of a
Hid a I'ltril'ylngToiile,
Their lirst niinareut ef-
.feet is In Increase the lip
id! e w causing i no
mod to properly alml.
lute. Tim llieystetn is
lour bed. and bv their
t utile net Ion on the diges
tive organ, regular and
ihealtliy evacuations are
The rapidity with
which tho persona tnko
CURE FEVKR and Agu
ni llesh while under the
influence of these pills,
'indicates their iidapla-
1 tv to nourish the lioil-
CURE HILIOUN Ci LIC
v, henre Ihelretllcaev In
ur ug nervoil debility,
wnstili" of I he muscles
Cure KIDNKY Complaint
slugglshue of the liver,
hninic constipation. aim
Imparting health and
trengtti w ine system,
CI'HH TORPID I.IVkl(Is,M even where
1 PRICfc SCENTS.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
The Largest Variety Stock
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cer. Nineteenth street ana l f!n il'fl 111
CouimiiKlalAvv., 1 )( Vauuf AU
O. O. PATIER So Ct.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, September 18, 2 v. u. Wheat
-unchiiugcd Winter, Os 0d9a 8d ; Spring
8s Dd8s 3d; California average, 8sl0d
09 4d; California club, Os 8dl(ls 2d.
Corn 4s lOdft-ls Ud.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, September 18, 12:08 r. m.-
Wheat firmer No. 2 Chicago, $1 10
1 11; No. 2, Milwaukee $1 1001 11; Red
Winter, $1 101 18; No. 2 Rod Winter,
$1 17;Mi!l 10; No. 2 Amber, l 17
Vt. Corn quiet No. 2, 49
CUIC(10 GUMS AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, September, 18, 10 a. m.
Cm ii October, 31.; Norcmbrr, S4.5,,'.
Wheat November, 95 ; October, 04,3B'.
Oats November, 2.;; October, 25?.
No hogs yet.
Chicago, September, 18, 13 m.
Wheat November, OT ; October, 90'.,'.
Pork- October, $8 GO.
Corn November, 31 : October, 85 J jj.
Onts-November; 25; October, 24 .
Chicago, September 18, 230 p. m.
Wheat November, DC' ; October, 04,7.
Oat -November, 25);?; October, 24
Pork Novfiuber, $7 80(i7 S'J'j; Octo
Corn November, "lQSlia ; October,
Chicago, Septetnlier 18, 10:2(5 a. m.
Estimated receipts of hogs, 17,000 head.
NINE NEW CASES AND TEN DEATHS
THE FEVER AT CONCORDIA PRONOUNCED
Memphis, September 17. Two new cases
were reported and nine deaths have occur
red since last night.
RULE NO. 0.
The constitutionality of the order of the
Slate Board of Health which prohibits
loose cotton from being brought into the
city nud gjnncd during the epidemic - is to
be tested. An injunction has been prayed
(or and awaits tho order of the judge to
whom the petition has been sent.
ON THE PADUCAH ROAD.
Dr. Ess, who was sent to investigate the
case ot fever reported on the Paducah
road, eleven miles north of thecity, returned
late last night and reports a party sick, but
not with yellow fever.
RATIONS FOR THE CAMPS.
The following telegram, addressed to Dr.
T. Porter, was received from Washington
this afternoon :
"It has been decided by the president and,
cabinet, after full consideration, that, since
the recent action ol Congress, relief for the
people ot the yellow . fever camps must
come either from the National Board of
Health or the state authorities, Congress
having passed a law on the subject that fed
eral fiction must be guided thereby.
Signed Geo. W. McCrarv,
Secretary oi' War."
Dr. Cabell, the president of tho National
board of health, telegraphs: We. will sup
ply rations to persons now to go out of
Memphis into the camps for a period in no
cases to exceed twenty days.
.Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 17. rine new
eases in all, four whites and live colored,
were reported to the board of health to
day. One additional death has occurred, Em
ma Hill, colored.
A child of Mr. Meux, t'esnling eight
miles south of Memphis, on tho line of tho
Mississippi and Tennessee railroad,' died (if
THE DISEAHK AT CONCORDIA PRONOUNCED
YELLOW FEVF.lt OK A MALIGNANT TYPE.
Greenville, Miss., September 10 Dr.
Currell, who, with two nurses was sent by
Mayor nourges, of tltis city, to the relief of
Concordia, hits just been heard from. Geo.
T. Bin' death is not confirmed. Thero is
now no longer any doubt that tho diseaso
is yellow fever of tho most malignant type.
John P. Tobln and J. Key wero taken on
tho 10th and died on tho 12th. Si. Frank,
taken tho same day, died yestorday.
Tho usual stampedo from tho infected
town is in progress. About soventy-flvo
portions nro utill loft in tho unfortunate
village, ElVorts nro being made to isolato
tho, sick. In resposo to mi urgent appeal,
two more nurses lolt hero last night for
YELLOW FKVEIl AT CONCORDIA, MISS.
Nkw Oulkanu, September 17r-A Oroen
villo, Mhw, special rcnortt that tho doctor!
hats decWftd that there it yellow fever at
CoiK?or2!i ind trace th Infection to Mem-
lliis. Three new casci reported. Oae hun
dred uud fifteen persons remain in Concor
dia unable to get through the 'shot-gun
(Too much regard cannot bo given to tbo
faft that Dr. Bull's lialtimoro PilU have n
superior as a family medicine. For llcaii
actie, Flatulency, Dyspepsia, Liver and
Bbod diseases, Nervousness, etc., they stand
uiicxcelled. Price 25 cents.
AREA AND POPULATION OF TEXAS.
Texas has a vast domain. Between tho
Sabine river on tho east, the Red river on
tbt west, and the 400 miles of coast line on
the south you inclose 174,000 square miles,
or over 175,000,000 actes of territory. This
one State is larger than tho kingdom ot
Great Britain, larger than France, and
larger than the German empire. You could
carve out of Texas thirty-five States as
large as Massachusetts, or nearly six "as
largo as New York. Tlace tho six New
England States on Texas, and you have
covered but little more than one-fourth of
the great State. Add all the Middle States,
and still you have covered only about two
thirds. Not till you have combined Mary
land, Virginia and Ohio with the MUUlo
and New England States do you equal tho
immense area of Texas. .
And this "Lone Star" is not so lonely as
some may imagine. It already lias a popu
lation of 2,000000, and the marvelous im
migration now pouring into the State in
creases at the rate of 300,000 a year.
A Benevolent Work. The Methodist
church of New York is constantly engaged
in providing for the increase of its borders.
To a separate organization has been com
mitted the work of extending the influence
of the church. ..Rev. Win. P. Corbitt. the
famous revivalist, is tho chairman of this
committee of extension and he used to be
a martyr ot neuralgia. His cure he ascribes
to Giles Liniment Iodide Ammonia. Giles'
pills cures jaundice. Sold by all druggists.
bend lor pamphet. Dr. Giles, 120. V est
Rioadway, New York. Trial size 25 cents.
Sold by Barclay Bros.
A Card To all who are 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 op charcie. This grean
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a selt-addrcssed en
velope to the Rev., Joseph T. Inman, Sta
tion 1). New York City.
You Must Cure that Cocon.With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can euro
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
I nil diseases of Throat nud Lungs, it is abso
I lutely without an equal, Two doses will ru
lievc your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to tho youngest
child, and no mother can eftord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of n bottle
and if what wo say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50cts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs arc
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers. '
Hate you Dyspepsia, are you Coustipa
ted, have you a Yellow skiu, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so dou't fail to uso Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you cati bo cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 itfi, and 75 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume "Hackmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
The mime of Miss Annie Hill was on tho
programme of last evening's concert for tho
benefit of the yellow fever sufferers, but
having contracted a severe cold, her triends
feared she would bo unable to fulfill her
engagement. However, sho appeared and
sang Ernani Involnmi in tones so clear, and
with such artistic execution, that she re
ceived a hearty encore. I was enabled to
do this, she said, by using Coussens' Honey
of Tar, the best compound in tho world
for clearing the voice, relieving hoarseness,
curing coughs and colds. "Price 50 cents.
Barclay Bros., agents.
Lard-like looking butter shows un
thrifty management on tho part of dairy
men, who at a trifling outlay for the Per
fected Butter Color ef Wells, Richardson
& Co., Burlington, Vt., can have a deep
yellow, rich ami desirable article,, which
will always demand tho best price.
If vou have corns and bunions, use
Coussens' Lighting Liniment, and yon can
tip tho light liintnstie with ease and grace.
It will also cure rheumatism, lame back,
sprains, bruises, etc. On animals, torgalls,
spavin, ringbone, etc., it effects a speedy
nnd permanent cure. Remember Cous
sens' Lightning Liniment. Price 50 cents.
Barclay Bros,, agents.
Prudent Stock Speculations. The
Stock Exchange never presented such art
admirable condition for profitable and rapid
stock .operations. Thero never before have
been so many fortunes made by juick fluc
tuations uud skilful manipulations. Care
ful and reasonable people only operate
through tho combination system of Messrs.
Lawrence & Co., which enables those with
largo or small means to invest and realize
handsome profits, which nro divided pro
rata among tho shareholders every thirty
days. New combinations nro constantly
forming. From 25 to $10,000 can bo
safely invested with splendid opportunities
for quick profits. An Illinois grain dealer
made if 13,220.41 in two Investments. A
Michigan furmer iuvested $50, which
yielded $433.14. He made by three re
investments over $'1,000. A Wisconsin
country merchant made $4,540.10 in four
combinations; and others have done equal'
as well. New explanatory circular, with ,
'unerring rules for success," mailed byf
Messrs. Lawrence A Co., Bankers, BT Kx
chacge Place, New York City. 1
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