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lof the loading business bouse whoso advertUo-
meuia may do rouua in Tub IliuiTm,
IV. 0. Patlcr & Co., Commercial aveuue aud Nine
C'bas. R. Stewart, Eolith street.
Curl Peters ic Bro., Eighth street.
Petils una, Washington avenue and Eighth
Dr. J. H. Marcau; office, 14o Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. .Tnreten Vdl,ll,
l)r, K. W. Whl'tlock, LWCommorda! av'vuiie.
T.M Smyth, No. 60 Ohio levee.
H. It. Candeo, No. 700hlolrte(up utalrsl.
toultable Life, of New YorJr; corner Twelfth and
Widow aud Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
I "nd Coiuuu-p:lal avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Mnegar A Lansdcu, No. 11:) Commercial avenm-.
OENERALC'OM MISSION MERCHANTS.
Pnlllduv Bros . proprietors Egyptian Mill.
Iiinkle, Tlilstlcuood ii Moore, No, lit aud kt
DlU'WISTS-WHOLI-SALI" AND RETAIL.
Eirelay Bro., Ohio levee and cower Eighth and
Ci!r National, 0!ilo levee,
MEAT MARK. Els.
J. Wa'ter. Eighth t.trcf-t.
Uochlcr Bros.. Corner Eig'ith and Washington.
Cl.iniplon. Tune Stan -..
Ji 'in Sprott, corner Twelfth atd L. v-,
E C. Ford. Corner Ninth anil Co:iiiihti :uI.
J.(iiO. Sfolrihwse, Elga'h f:r,-t
R.K.TIMECAED AT CA1K0.
Tr.Wi .UHHNf. TKAIM lirt'ATIT
.-,;;. ... :'Jl a.m. I Mall.... 3:la.m.
Bratex :) p.m. Express .Vifl p.m.
. CAIRO Sc V1NCENNES R. R.
::.! .10:00p.m. Mall 4:la m.
CAIRO Jt ST. 1.0119 R. R.
E.tproM 5:10 p.m. 1 Express.
Au'ota iarion. 10:41 ji.tn. A".'m'da!ioc.li:-j. m
CU:CA(i j. ST. I.Ol'IS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mail e-i'p.m. I Mall.... 5:..m.
(.' A. A T. R.' 1LROAD
Tc "?; M...8:t4 a.m. T-xa exjre 2:I'p.ni.
Acc.-airnodht'u. .S:'y a.m. I
C, KNERAL DELIVERY open .: w a. tn.; close
X tt:Wp.m.; Sunday: S to a a. m.
Money Order Department open at S a. m.; close
at 5 p. in.
TVough Eipre Mail t'a Illinois Ceutral and
JHi-iaiItpl Ciilral Railroad c!o- at W W p. m.
Cairo ku4 ?gp'.ar RliiJ Tlitu'iirli aud Way Mall
e'.w at Vi ::'.') n. ra.
Way Mdil via i;:!n'! Cciitral. Cairo and Vlu
cpohm end Mlatppl t uutr.il 1,'ailruadi' iloe ut
f :4S p. tn.
Way Jd.ir.-r Narrow Oau!tf llillrond clo". at S
( al.-osr.d Evansvlllf River Ronto cloMf at fi::
p. m. di'.iy t'.'icfpt IriiUv).
Mayor N. II. TLiitlrwiod.
Trvanun-r Edward Ivaunia.
Clerk-Dcunln. J, Foli
Coanaelor Wm. H. (illliurt.
Maralial-.l t'. Lalliu-.
Altoraey William Hen Jrlck.
R'lAll!) Of ALIIKKKKf .
FlrKt Ward-Wm. O'Callahan. M. .1. Ilowlcv.
Second Ward David T. Llnc'ar, C. K. Wood-
Third Ward-W. T. Wrlu'lit. KirWrt Smilh.
Fourth Ward Cu-trle t). 1'atier, Jame Kynaton
Firih WurJ-T. W. Hallldsy, Krunct li. IVttit.
Clrcnlr JudRo O. A. Harker.
Circuit Clerk.!. A. Reve.
Countv Jndu'e R. S. Yo-tim.
Countv Clerk S. J. Ilumm.
Couuty Attonwy-W. C. Mtilkcy.
ConntV Treanurer A. J. Aldcu.
Sheritf John Hodaei.
Coroner - R. Fit'erit.i:.
County Commi!Hlonur Hsl'.lday, M.
Drowu, !-amiiel brl'.ey.
AFIIICAN M. i:. Fourteenth Hreet. lieHveen
Walmit and Cellar utreetn: fervlec Sahhutli 11
a. ui. au l 7::J p. m.; Sunday School l:;top. ui.
Ct II KISTI AN Eighteenth tnet; meeting Sab
J lath lo:.Wp. tu.; preaching occasionally.
Cini'lICU OF TUE REDEEMKU-diplacopali
J Fo'irteiiith atM't; Moinlii',' prayer tSalilputh)
10 ;W a. ni.: vvoulu;; prayera, : p. in.; Subhatb
rchool a a. m.
1.1IRST MISSIONAU RAl'TIST ClU'RCn.
Jl l'reachlnt'at lti::ia. m., :lp. tn., and 7::i p. in.
Salibatli a:liool at ':' p. ui. Rev. T. J. .Shore,
Il'TriERAN-Thirteenth atrcot: aewlcen Sab
J bath 1:W a. ru.; Sunday school 'J p. m. Rev.
METIIODIST-Cor. Elu'lith and Walnnt Hreeta;
FrcuchliiK Sabbath lo::lo a. ni. aud 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wcdncmlay 7::W p. tn.; Sunday
School, !t a. m. Rev. Wblttaker, pantor.
1RESBYTERIAN Eltfhth Mreel; prf-achltifT on
Sabbath ut 11:00 a. tn. and 7::' p. in.; prayer
meeting Wednesdav at 7::Wp. m.; Sunday School
nt aj). in. Rev. It. Y. Oeore, pnntor.
SECOND FREE-WILL IJAITIST - Flfteer.tb
at n!ct, between Walnut and Cedar atreeta; aer
vlccj Sabbath at 3 aud :M p. m.
ST.JOSEPIFS-(Rotnan rnthollc) Corner Cross
and Walnut alreeta; aervlcea Snbhath 10::X)a.
m.; Sunday School at t p. in. ; Voapcra H p. m. ; aer
vices every day at 8 p. tu.
QT. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O atreet and Washington avenue; aervlcea Sab
bath and 10 a.m.; Vespers 3 p. m. ; Snudav Schoid
B p. m.j aorvlcca every day at 8 p. m. Rev. F. Zahul,
Obtainodforncw lnvciittonw, or for Improvement
on old ouch; for mudlcal or other compound, trade
mark and label. Caveats, Assignments. Inter
ferencos, Appeals, Stilts for IulrliiEcmeut, and
nil case arising uudur Iho l'ateut Law, prompt
ly attended to, Invention that have been
lin TVl'Tl4,l i ly tho Fatent OiUco may still,
JilJiIXiL'lXjIJiniIiotcase, bo patented by
us. Being opposite tho U. . l'atotit Duharlmeut,
aud cnR'igod lu I'utent bnslnes uxcluslvuly, wo can
nako closer searches, and secure -I'atenta more
promptly, and w ith broader claim, than thosu who
lire remoti! from Washington. ' . . . . . ,
T 1M V V VTm? i-ml n mM or pk.u,ch of
11 T Till lUlVOyuur aovlce; wo make ex
aminations and advlso a to patentability, free, of
charg". All corruspondunco atrlrtly conlldenllal.
i'rtc.e low, and no charge uulos l'utvnt Is-secunid.
Wo refer In Washington, to lion. Postmaster
ileneral D. M, Key, Rev. F. D.I'owor. Tho Uermnu
American National Hank, to official In tho I'. S.
l'ateut Olllee, and to Senators and Representative
In Congress; and especially to our client lu every
Slate In tin1 Union anil tn Canada. Addrc
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite l'alciil Oilce, Waih'nutott O. (J
IS YOUI ULOOI) I'L'IIK:
Now till Is an Important nnestlon. for without
inire and whob-soniu bluod there can be uo pur
lect health, and without
lie I a mere burden and waste. Fur Impure
.lood the best medicine known U
Scoviir.s Wood Iiirilier.
It it the grnat Southern time tried and true rem-
uy, nuu may lie implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It In the, Snrlnc time, especially for Im
pure secretion the blood incident tu that
easonor the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaints, ' Weak
iiesx. Rolls, Tuiuiirs. Sweliliigs. und the thou-
anu ii. s mat come from impure blood.
Foii.F.nKNnr,ciiutAx& to. .
S COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
!) BARCLAY BROS., Wholesale Aeent.
Liver 4' Stomach Pads,
ON K DOLLAH
I IIEORKAT SPECIFIC '.
THE. r.E.T REMEDY
IN THE WORLD!
H is proved itself by a Turec Years Campaign cd
OVSIt Al t.
CI IRONIC DISEASES
Liver. Stomticli ami Dowel
Pnxluc ii".1 a lnri r ortion of tnudctfr.l
Than any ft In r Ri-me!y before the public.
A PREVENTATIVE OF ALL EPIDEMICS.
Yellow fever. BIHinu and Typhoid Fevers.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
Neutralised. Kllmiuated and expelled t!troi:h
the .tt'r.rul exeretious by
Health Kcstorin Liver .Sttniiiiili Ta-Is
Anantidote that has proven its n')ellact force
to expel Atmospheric '-emis of Disvarv
lliat infest the air.
An Antidote and preventative and cure f.T Chil
dren, Summer Complaints, t holcra lulantuni. Star
let Fever. Mealies, Whooping CotlL'h, etc.
A preventative that is liluhly apprit iau d by quite
a number of mothers who have tried them.
(Forbe' Padsare made from CKM'IXE MED
ICAL EXTRACT. pos,-sslu the best absorbent
properties known to i-cieuce. havl;ie a direct appli
ration to the rcmojitlot Morbid Organic conditions
and restoring to health, natural eiier-.-yand normal
activity the vital functions which are weaki-m-d and
debilitated by disease, thus prolng themselves to
possess a 1'OWERFl I. REMEDY for all disease
of the Liver. Stomach and Bowels, us thoiit-aud
can testify from practical experience,
N. B.-As the price of the Pad has been reduced.
It makes it the cheapest and most eouvenleut inldi
catlou vou can use lor auv of the alnive di-eases.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
ONLV ONE DOLLAlt!
If after a fair trial you are dissatisfied, send back
vourl'ad to the proprietor, and the
MONEY Wl LI. r,K REFUNDED.
If For all advi (n:KE) send symptom and cn
nuiries, (.also for alnle Pads) to
Oil. ti. W. FORBES.
171 W. 4th St.. Clucinuntl.
Mill be sold by all druggist.
HART Sc I1ICKCOX.
!SIW. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
iSeerertlllcati's In large circular ut drugstore
For Sale by ('K. E. O'JIAliA. lru?-iri-t,
thing else. Tho work la light aud pleasant.
such a any one can go rlelit at. lh
en rlelit at. 'I'liilu who are
w be w ho see notice will send us' their addresses ut
once und see for themselves Cos'ly Outfit aud
terms free. Now is the time. Those already ut
work are Invlngup large sums of monev. Address
TRl'K CO.. Augusta, Maine.
WHOLKSALE WINKS AND LIOl'ORX
Wholesale and Retail IVa'er It.
Foreign ami Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. BMYTH CO. have constantly a large
stock of the best goods lu the market aud give
especial attention to tho wholesale brunch tf the
Corner Washington Avenue and Eight 'Street.
CAIRO, :: .!: ILLINOIS
A full and complete sapply of tu Uet of all
ktudi tuout '. ) uu band.
Ah "V "A M''NTII guaranteed. $1J a
tl II Idavat home made by the Indus
l II II lirloiis. Capltul not required;
m f I we will start vou. Men, women,
U - v w boysnnd girls make money fas
II ti rat work for in than at any
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
Says a IlosUm phynlcian, "ha no equal as a blood
purifier. Hearing of its many wouderful cure af
ter all other remedies bad failed. I visited the lab
ratory, and convinced myself of It genuine merit,
it Is prepared from barks, root and herbs, each of
which Is highly effective, and thevare compounded
lu stub a maunerat to produce astonishing result.
I the grt-at blood ptirlilor.
Will cure tho wort cae of Scrofula.
I recommended by phyalciaus and apolbecarlc.
lias effected some marv.-lous cere In caes cf
Cures the worst ciscs of Caaker.
Met-li Milk wocderfa: iticces in Mercurial di'eas.
Wlileral'.cate Salt Bkeam from the sj sie.-n.r
I.:-:aou- Pimple aud II'i:::or fn.rn 'ae f-ict.
C Jr.-s Cwn-tiratlMi ar.d : tl-.c bowe'.s.
N a vr.i-saVe r.n:.' ty f.T II- i bobv.
Wi" c::r.- Iu-;'i:ij.
I!'..:oris tiie ctiV.r.- yte!i; to a 1. I'.ihv condlt-'-r.
R.ao-.s '.lie c.ii:-'.- cf Dii.lavi-s.
!!.''.U ve Faititncs at tU atomarb
Cr.r.-s p!tis lu the Back
Effectually" fiitc Kids..'- Cosii-Uiot.
In It" t:: r - o! r.-male Weakness;.-.
nt r.-mfr.v for General Delhlitv
I TUB 8i!T
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTOJ 3IASS.
Veffetii'.e is Sold F,y all Di'ujri'ts,
INDORSED DY .
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE "AGE.
Ti TT S PILLSI
Dil Tl'TT ha s:tccoed
d iu coiubliiing lu these
dlls the heretofore u:i-
Cl Rli SICK 11EADAC1!
;ng"n.tle ouallti s of a
strengthen fug. Purgative
ind a Puilt'ylngToiiie.
Their llr-t appureut ef-
i I to increase the ap-
elite by can-lug the
lood to properly asslmi.
t .... a'i....i. ' i .
CI RE CONSTIPATION
loiirisbed. und by their
onle aetlouon the dige.'
Ive organ, regular and
lealthy evacuation are
The ranldltv with
which the persons take
Cl'RE FEVER and Agu
n flesh while under the
niluenceof these pllis.
indicate their adapia
'dlltv to uourlsli the bod-
Cl'RE BILIOl'S CoI.IC
, hence their etllcacv lu
itrlng nervous rtebilltv.
Mastlne ol the muscle
Cl'Rli TORPID LIVER
dugglslines oflhe liver,
bronle constipation. and
nuiartlug health and
stteugth to the system.
moiu ever? w uere.
M Murray Street,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The . Largest Variety Stock
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor.Klmt.(cnl.Uat.wt and I
Coiuuioriiui Ave., (
O. OJPATIEK & OO. ,
1 1111 I 111 I I 1 111
MORNING. SEPTEMBER 21,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, Se-ilember 20, 2 p. m. Wheat
unchnng'd-Winter, 9s 8d9s 10d ;Spriu-j
8 10fl0a4l; California average, Os
9s 9J; California club, Oi 0d103 Cd.
Cora os Id
NEW YORK CHAIN.
New York, Seiitetubtr 20. 12 :0& p. m.-Wheat-quict-No.
2 Chicago, l 14;
No. 2, Milwaukee fl 141 13; lied
Winter, $1 H&l 21; No. 2 Red Winter,
i 80i4'fcl 21; !w .2 Amber, 1 mjtf.
Corn-iiiiiet and tli'm No. 2, 5'2.
CHICAOO ORAn? AND PRODVCE.
CiiiCAOO, September, 20, 10 a. m.
Coru-Octolvr, S0r JTrrrcmbcr, SG?C'.
Pork (-'ctuTTer, $i C".
Wheat November, t 00j;; October,
Oati November, 2'j,'4'; October, 23'4'.
CwrcAfJO, Seiiti nibcr, 20, 12 m.
V"liL"it Nuvembir, .fl 01 "- ; October,
Pork- October, $ 73.
Cera November, C: October, ol.
OiiV Novm'oer; 20?a; October, 2-Vb'
CiitCAoo, September 20, 2:G0 r.M.
Wheat November, ; October, OS.
Oat--NwmkT. 20; October. 23
IVrk-Novcnil.or, $S Vti,$ 20; Octo
tier, $) 02J..
Corn November, u(iJj; October, GO '4
CiiiCA ;o, September 20, 10 A. m.
Estimatcil receipts of lie;--, 3,000 head.
' YELLOW FEVER. '
XI NE NEW CASES AND MX DEATHS
ANDKCl'U CE AK.D ONE DEATH AT CON
CORDIA. Mejipiiis, Tettn., September 10. Eight
new ca--e- liave beeu reported tn the Board
Three death have occurred since last
The Howard association has telegraphed
td-'uueordia. Miss., asking if assiutanee is
J. IV. rre.ton, chairman of the citizens'
committee, Chicago, tclegraplis the How
p.rh to draw fur another .1,000.
Mkmpiiis, September 10. EIcvch cases
iiiu'.l. nine white and two colored, were re
li&r'cu to-day, three reported this afternoon.
I'hrc-c additional deaths have occtired.
Rl'I.F. NfMBF.lt SIX.
: Tip; following i.s the opiuii.ni of State
Attoruey-OeucialBenj. J. Lea, as tele-p-aphed
to-day to Dr. J. D. Pltinkctr,
president of the State Board of Health at
Knoxvili.e, Tenn., September 10. JS70.
To Dr. J. D. Plunhett, President ol the Slate
Board of IIj,a',th, Naenvllle:
Iii reply to your letter asking my opinion
by telegram whether the State Board of
Health hns legal authority to enact such a
nils as No. C, wliieli reads: "iSo lint or
seed cotton will be allowed to enter Mem
phis during the epidemic." It is my opin
ion that the Board of Health has the power
to enact such rules mid regulations as will
prevent a spread cf the disease, even to tho
PRKVESTION OF ALL TRAVEL
and the interruption of all commerce, if the
spread of the disease cannot be otherwise
arrested. The primary object olitiie law is
to prevent the spread of the disease. If
this can be done by restriction 011 travel
and commerce the beard should so act. If
it cannot bo thus prevented, then in order
to arrest it they may stop all travel and
communication with the infested district,
except such as may be necessary to afford
relief to the infected district. The board
bus the right to'ennot rule number six if in
their judgment it was' necessary to prevent
a spread of the disease.
YKMiOW FF.VF.U AT LF.HANON, NH.
Lebanon, N. II., September 19. Inteuso
excitement prevails over case of yellow
fever. Anthony II. Gray is the victim. He
returned Thursday from ft sea voyage.
New Oulkans, September 19. A Green
ville, Miss., spec nil reports four new cases
and one death.
When you gee a bright baby pleased
with Itself and everybody else, be stiro that
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup has been used. Only
23 cents a bottle.
What ails oi? Ih it a disordered
liver giving you ti yellow skin or costive
bowels, which have resulted in distressing
Piles or do your Kidneys refuso to perform
their functions? If so your system will bo
clogged with poisons. Take ft few doses
of. Kidney-Wort and you'll feel like a new
mnn-iiaf.iro will throw off every Impedi
ment and each organ will bo ready for
drity. . i
For the Sunday BtilMln.
IX MEMORY OF G BOUGIE DAVIDSON.
Nrriiawof suis. ukii rnmo. umoihrkd to tin
IlIUKAmn MOTIIKH. J
To the land that I alwayi light,
Where, oar lovod one cull the blomom,
That bloom by the river so bright.
Though we e tlje death dut gather
Ou the brow of the ouu we lovo, .
We know tho angel arewatcblug
By the (jate of tho city abov.
Dear Georgle.tliy blue-eyed darling,
The child that to thee was to fair,
I now but a drcanil.; sleepur
Death' dew on Ins curling huir.
We k&v that we 114; but pilgrim.
A on through the valley we go;
The flow-era wo gather are fading
And our ship wrecked hope Re low.
Bit 1 11 pon t h e m on nta I n ' summit
Ncvenne the puru blossom fade-
Wbere the tendrils of love cntwlneth,
We shall fear not the midnight lmd, s.
Our lather who sits lu bis glory,
, . Who cave the dear child to thy trust,
nam wttuessedtby bluer weaving
Above the fratl caskut of 4us,t .
lie knoweth thy pain and yearning,
He heedth the motliet'a ad tears
Will give thee the halin of comfort ;
Soothe thy haunting dreams, and thy fear.
Our shepherd upon the mountain,
Dolh fold our lost l.imU to hi breast
Then dry all thy tears, sad mother,
lu tho fch.'phcrd's arms ho will rest.
Ohl lift up thy head, now drooping.
There Is work for thy !iand be it done!
The shepherd leads by sllll waters.
And tendcrly care for thy sua.
We know tbut thy dream I broker. ;
But we all do fade as the flower
Tin y bloom, then fade In their beauty,
Aud their lives are sikiu to our.
Kate W .
For the Sauilav Bulletin.
r.v mji'. lamia j. unreNiiofsi;.
We ml and tew in silence, while our hot tear lull
I'pon mu;e garment fashioned for the dead,
And sighing oft, oft thinking over all
The d.vir trail of the one forever fled,
We ft-el a twluge of conscience like a pain
Shoot through our hearts, at each remembered
When lu our hurry after worldly gain,
We did not listen to the tender chime
Of friendship' bells, but hurried quickly by,
Willi cool '-good morning." ora cureless nod,
Renu niVrlug when too lute the heavy eye,
The weary feet that seemed with sorrow shod.
We think perchance a kindly word or smile,
Might have up-lifted the desponding heart
Bowed down by petty cares, and cheered aw hile
The friend so soon alas! from tie to part.
And so we sit and sew and adly weep,
A thousand vain regret, like Dtluglng bees
Swarming about us, till wo long for Bleep
To fold us iu her arms aud give us ease.
We thluk of all the pleasant helpful thing
We might have done to make life' bitter, aweet;
Each unkind word that to our mem'ry cling,
And burns n with a never-cooling beat.
We make iionchance. of flower puro and white,
Au anchor ora crown or fragrant cross
Longing, tho w hile, for jut one ray of light,
To cheer our hearts, o sad from thl great loss.
Y'ct ever while w e work comes back the thought,
''Oh! had I only placed a bud or leaf
With in her dally crown of life, or brought
My shoulder to her cross, my erief
Would lose Its darkest shade. Perchance If I
Had bellied to (111 with sunshine the frail life,
And softened with my friendship all the dry,
Hard road that wounded the poor feet, while Blrlfe
And discord jarred the qnlv'ring nerve, my friend
I ight uave grown stronger, and lived ou for yea re
And not as uow, be dead, w bile thus I bend
Above my work, half blinded by my tears."
So oft we sit when all too late, and mourn
The chance that have daily slipped away.
Of healing up some wound by sorrows torn,
Or sending la (lark live a illvery ray.
Oh! friends, let sunny smiles rlae to our Up,
And cheerful wiirds, aud thoughtful loving deed
(ireet those wem.'Ct, lest Death, the frost klug, ulps
The precious Mowers, aud leaves lis naught but
LITTLE CAN A PERSON LIVE
This question is one of those- most fre
quently asked, especially in these times.
It is often put iu reference to a family,
also, by some young persons with a view to
matrimony. Then the inquiry is: On how
small an income is it safe to get married?
No rule on the suject can be laid dowuj so
much depends upon individual tastes and
ecouomy. We knew a wealthy merchant
who began housekeeping on an iucomo of
$300 a year; ami yet he managed
to lay up something every year.
He became rich. and utter re
maining rich many years, in conse
quence of the imprudence of a relative asso
ciated with him in business, he failed. But
instead of taking the benefit of the bank
rupt law and setting rid of his liabilities
without paying them, as he easily might
have done, lie went resolutely. to work, and
through his uidomituble enenry and strict
economy be paid off all his debts, and final
ly died in independent circumstances.
Now, many young men in the same position
in life would find the income on which he
got married ami laid up monev insufficient
for their tailors' bill; yet this getitloman
dressed with a scrupulous nicety that wns
the subject of general remark. So it is in
everything; one man will make a dollar
suffice where another would require at least
five dollars or perhaps more, and it is very
difficult for the casual observer to tell
wherein tho difference lies. Perhaps the
safest rule is, that whatever your income
may be, if you can lay up something from
it, then it is safe for you to get married. If
vou are not able to do this, then, though
your income- be abstractly speaking, large,
you will still find it too small, relatively,
to your expenses.
PticnicNT people always have Dr. Bull's
Baltimoro pills convenient. They often
tako a place of a doctor and cost only 23
cents. For sale everywhere.
Lard-like looking butter bIiows un
thrifty management on tho part of dairy
men, who at a trifling outlay for tho Per
fected Butter Color ef Wells, Richardson
& Co., Burlington. Vt., can havo a deep
yellow, rich and dcsirablo article, which
will always demand tho best rrico.
NEW SERIES NO; 7C.
A Search Wabbant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Llndsey's Blood Searcher i war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Timples, ,
&c, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is ou the liottom of tho wrapper,
R. E. Sei.lf.ii8 & Co., Prop'ts, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save voir children. For expelling
worms from thp system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One tcaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbory's, expelled 231 worms in four
hours after takiug the medicine. Ben'. Ly
tic, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 2-Jctj. Ji. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa.', Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The TRiTn is miohty and will prevail.
Thousands who havo used and been cured
arc living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Scud's Liver Pills will euro
the worst cases of liver complaint, billious- t
ness, headacho arising therefrom, costive
nc, constipation, dizziness aud all disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Frice 2") cents. P..
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
How to (snow fat. Just now when so
many fat people arc trying to grow lean, e
would suggest that it would be n jood idea
for the leati ones to try and grow fat. To
do this keep tho bowels and liver regulated
with Mott's Liver Tills, and your digestion
will be good, and you will grow fat rapidly.
Barclay Brothers, Agents.,
Constipation is the worst fiic of Health.
Kidney -Wort overomcs it on rational
principles. Try it.
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 of ciiarof.. This grean
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a selt-addrossed en
velope to tho Rev. Josr.ru T. Ixman, Sta
tion I). New York City.
Jcst vocit time to make money safely,
easily and rapidly, is now, while tUo stock
market offers so many splendid opportuni
ties. The combination system has had un
precedented success, and brings good
fortune to thousands of shareholders in this
and other countries. Investments of from
ifS.) tf) $10,000 are thus consolidated into
one vast capital, and operated by tho best
skill and experience, result iu heavy profits,
which are divided among shareholders
every month. A New Orleans cotton dealer
made $27,049.18 in two months. A Balti
more merchant received an aggregate profit
ot $9,(142.04 from three combinations. A
Sau Fracisco mining agent made $22,4'J8.16
from four combinations, his first investment
having been $100. Others have been
equally fortunate; Every day there are new
nnd grand opportunities. New explana
tory circular, with "unerring rules for suc
cess," mailed by Messrs. Lawrence & Co.,
Bankers, 57 Exchange Place, New York
You Must Cure tuat Couch. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can euro
yourself. It has established the fact that
Consumption can be cured, w hile for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, It Is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will ro
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
tako and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to bo with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we saf Is not true wo will ro
fund the price paid rriee 10 cts. nOcts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to uso Slii-
loh s System ttalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you rojitiiuto to suffer
when you can bo cured o such terms as
these. Price 10 ceuta, nnd 7" cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume "iraekmetack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay ,
Ikyou havo corns aud bunions, use
Coussens' Lighting Liniment, and you can
tip tho light fantastic with ease and grace.
It will also euro rheumatism, tamo back,
sprains, bruises, etc. On animals, tor galls,
spavin, ringbone, etc., it effects a speedy
and permanent cure. Remember Cons
sens' Lightning Liniment. Price B0 cents.
Barclay Bros., agents. i
The name of Miss Annio Hill was on the
programme of last evening's concert for tho
benefit of tho yellow fever sufferers, but
having contracted a severe cold, her triends
feared sho would be unablo to fulfill her
engagement. However, sho oppenred and
sang Ernani Iuvommi in tones so clear, and
with such artistic execution, that shew-,
celved a hearty encoro. I was enabled to
do this, sho said, by using Couswens' Honey
of Tar, the best compound In the world
for clearing tho volco, relieving hoarseness,
curing coughs and cold. Pric 50 cent.
Barclay 'Bros., agents. '
Chkw Jackson' Bct Sweet Nary To.
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