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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
nrnwrnuv I I ' .
or t!jo li'adlBjr bulDa bouto'i whoao odvortlio
merit may be fouud lu Tub Uuuetin .
C O. Pallor A Co,, Commercial avcunc and Nine
CUuk. It. httnvurt, Eighth street.
Carl 1'i-lnr. ,1- r.m Pl.-l.tl, ,..,
lvttl4; liird. Wttnliiugtou avi'mw mid Eiiililli
Dr. J. II. Maroon; office, 14u Comuiw inl aeiiiie.
r. W C. Jorelyn, Eljrlith near Commercial .
Dr. E. W. Wultlock, Rjij Commercial avenue.
UoM. Hmytli, No. 0(1 Ohio lu'vuc
II. II. lmtw, No. TOOhlo lcve'niu stairs).
E.iultatile I,lfi!, of New York, comer Twelfth and
Vt wliliigtun avenue.
Widows and Orpliaim Mutuiil Aid .Suiltty, Seventh
and Comnierclul avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
I.ltic.it & Larmdeu, No. 113 Commercial avenne
UENEXAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
llalll.liiv KroH , proprietor I'svptUn Mlllf .
Iilullle, Tulntlewoml 4 Moore, No. li' tn Vtf
t cmmeKial avenue.
DRl.'lifilSTS-WIIuLESALK AND RETAIL.
Barclay Rr)t.,0lu levee and rorn.r Klgh'b tmil
City National. Ohio levee.
.'. Wait.-r. El'.'lith Hrei-t.
Koe!i!er Urju.. Corner ilii.!i and Wapliingtob.
STEAM DO ATS
Chatfljiioij. Three State.
Je'm Stiro'it, corner Tweiftli and Lav".
E C Ford. Ccrnir Niutii anil Cummer;
J. (no. Kte'.tslio jse. Eihtii street.
R. K. TIME" CAR I) T CAIRO.
ILLINOISCESTUAL R It
Tnu:; .ir.i'.ivy tiiais impart
.V'.ii.... a:'.S a.m. Mail 3:W.m,
Ei re a:.) p.i.i. i Express .Vwp.tu.
CAIRO A VIN'.'ENNES R. K
V iii 10:00).m. Mall..... .......4:43 a.m.
CAIRO ii ST. LOUIS R. 1.
Etj.f-" r 1 0 ji.m. I Exur- R:ira. m
Ac'otu'Jal nil 10:4.1 p in. Ac(.o:n'iliitloi:.l-.J:i'ip. m
CHIC ACO. ST. LOl'J AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mali '.. Srjtp.m. i Mil! 5a.m.
C A. iV T. VJ ll.ROAl)
Tfs -;r . 2:10a m. ; Teias exprr 2:l'p m.
Acc:iiiiiJ;ii a.m. :
p EN ERA L DELI VEH op-n :W a. tn.; close
vJ t:ipi:i.; Sunday: s to :i a.m.
Mr.ncv Order Department open at 8 a. m.; doee
at i p. in.
Tbrou-li Expre" Mr.l! via IIHdoIh Central and
SllMiitnippI C"a".rul R:i1;m3iU ( liwe ut l'J::Vi p. ri).
Cairo ai.i roplar B'.urt Tiiro'jU and Way .Mall
f ' at p. m.
Way Muii via Illinois C-tilra!. Cairo and Vin
f iun.' and MiM;ppi Centrul liailmadu cum at
:. p. m.
Way H'.'. for Narrow lia ise Ri.llro.id cloe at 8
Cairo ;r.d Evani'vlllc Rlv.'r Route close" at i:30
p. m. cs.y except Krld.iv.
Tremurer Edward Dexunla.
Clerli DeiiDi. J. Koler.
Counselor Win. B. Ullbert.
Marnlial J. C. I.all'ie.
Attorney William HendrlcW".
miAiiu or Ai.nEi'.MKf.
Flrnt Ward-Win. o'Callahan. M. J. Ilowlev.
he-ond Ward David T. Llnejiur, C. K. Wood
.ird. Tuird Wird-W. P. Wrljlit. EgVrt Smith.
Konrtli Wiird-l'hiirlei' O. I'atler, Jann' Kvnafton
Ki.'tb Wurd-T. W. llalllday, Erueft li. I'ettlt.
Circuit J.idii'-O. A. H'irWer.
Circuit Cler' J. A. Reavea.
('utility Judge IS. S. YiMtiru.
County Jlrli S. J. Il imni.
County At'ornoy-W. C. Mnlicy.
Counl'v Treauri-r A. J. AUleu.
ShiTitf John Ilodf j.
Coroner 1. Kituzeraii..
County Cmnilfioi.",r--i'. W. Hallidny, M. V
Drown, Samuel llrlley.
AKRICAN M. E.-KimrteeiiHi clreet. lietween
Walnut and Cedar alruetui cervlcea ah)utb 11
a. in. aud 7:1" p. ni.; Sunday school 1::J p. ui.
CHRISTIAN Elchteetitli Hreet; meetmi; Sab
bath lo;;;o p. ni.; preachliii; oecaionally.
Itlt'Ri'll OF THE REDEEMER-iEplM-opnl)
J Kotfteeiith ntn-et; Murnln' prayer tSalibaili)
MM a. in.; evening,' prayers, "i:M p.m.; Sabbutb
Khool ! a. in.
THIRST MISSIONARY I1APTIST CIU'RCII.
i1 Preaching at I0::i) a. in.. :! p. in., and T::) p. m.
tuhbath eehool at 7::iti p. w. Rev. T. J. Siwres,
Il'TIIEIIAN-Thlrteeiith atr-ftt: aerviccn Sab
J bath 1 :-Vl a. in.; Suuuuy mIiooI i p. in. Rev.
METIIODIST-Cor. Elirhl'li mid Walnut otreet;
l'reachlnc Sabbath lo:: a. in. and ' p.m.;
prayer moetlna. Wednesday 7 ::K p. m.; Sunday
behind, M a. ui. Rev. WhittaUcr. pastor.
1I'.ESI1YTERIAN-Elulith utreet: prcaehlnir on
Suldmtli at 11:00 a. lu. and T::iop. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday nt 7::) p. in.; Sunday School
HI !1 p. Hi. Rev. U. V. (jeorue, pastor.
SECOND FREE-WILL HAPTIST - Fllleer.th
atreet, bntwei'ti Walnut anil Cedar Hreetn; aer
Vfcea Sabbath at ;l aud ":M p. m.
ST..TOSEI'irs-Roiiiiiti Cathnllc) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets ; services Sabbath 10:ft)a.
in. ; Sunday School at S p. m. ; Vesper :j p. ni. ; aer
Tlce every day at 8 p. in.
ST. PATRICK'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and Washington avenue; aervlcea Hub
hath i and Id a.m.; Vesper H p. in, ; 8nnday School
li p. in. ; services every day at 8 p. ui. liuv. F. Zaliel,
Obtained for now Inventions, or for lmprovementa
on old one; fur medical or olhor compounds, trade
liiiult and label. Caveats, Asslgnineuts, Inter
Oreucca, Appeals, Suits for Infrlnueiueiits, and
alt case arising under the Putunt Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that havo been
11 V 1 VPT V Pi 'y tliu llnt Olllcu may mill,
Jlri'Jiirl In most cases, be patented by
U Being opposite the U. H. Patent DeiMirlmeiit,
nnd encaged lu Patent business exclusively, wo can
make closer aeatchea, and secure Patent mora
promptlv, and with broader claluia, than those who
urn remote from Washington.
TXTVIXfTfi 1? Q '" m0110' or !''fl of
lil VJj-' lWJtOyoiir device; wo make ex
nmlnatlotisandudvlseas to patentability, free ol
liarae All correspondence atrlc.tly coulldeutlal.
it,,.,, low. aud no charge unless Patent Is secured.
Wu ruler In Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
f (lutiornl D. M. Key, Rev. F. D.Power. The Ovrtnnn
I HUinilill Pi 1,, In ll . ,,t. I (I.. IT U
American aiiiuum ni w,m.io m mu v ,
Patent Oflko, and to Henatora and Kcprcoutatlve
4n Congroaa; and especially to our client In every
Htaiu lu thf Union aud In Canada. Address
Btaiolut 8NoW & co
f Cpio;ilto Patent OSlce, Washln.toa P. C.
-ww! - - - l AVI l
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. It.
2 tkaixh leave and
ST. LOOS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LIXE.
without chanslugcar. The direct rente to
. Ntnv Vork
m all E.VSTERX POINTS,
And all XOPtTIIEPtN TOIXTS.
Trains leave and arrive at Cairo as foiknva:
express, oimy except Sunuay 2:i) p.m.
.."i :!0 p.m .
f:nre-4. it it I v
Mali, daiiy except Sunday
JOHN U. .lONES,
(c ierii! Sou Agt
QAIUO & ST. LOUIS II. Ii.
IT. SMITH KliS, Iteocivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINK RETWEEX
C AIRO AND ST.. LOUIS.
Time Sc hcaule:
TITrotiirli Kxiiress Ii-avi-s Pi l-n u t-..
Through Express arrive at K. St. Louis.. S:eiip!m
x iiixusu r,ir-:-s ieaes r.. ni. uoiii..., v:ooa.ni.
Through Exprer arrive at Cairo R.'lop.ui.
MiirpliyslMirouccomiiiodation leaves Calrolg p.m.
Mil" physlmro Arc. arrives at Murpliysboru ti: i.'j p.m.
M;ir;hyshoro Ace. leaves Murjihy-horo .. 4:15a. ni.
Murphyshoro Ace. arrives at Cairo '.o 4.' a.m.
The Cairo A St. Louis Rail Road U the oniv all
Kail Rome lietwwn ( tiro and St. LouU under out
management, tlnrefore there are uu'dela at
way stations awuitlag conniptions from o'her'liuv.
Close and sure connection" at St. LouU with other
lines for North, Eust aud West.
J. A. N A VOLE. L. M. JOHNSON.
Atut. Oenerui Manager.
(JAIKO it VIXCEXXES U.K.
ft 1 "rTTrOTHE SHORTEST ROVTE TO
17"rTrvcTHE SHORTEST T' lovis-
JlllirjO VILLE. CINCINNATI, DAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
'1 "UTT Vs THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
si Jll ljrn APOLIS.l'IIILADELPHIA.NEW
YORK AND UOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over traina of all other route making the eiime
n?" Passenger by other routes to renke connec
Hon must ride all night, waiting from one to six
hours at small country station tor trains of con
vllle, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville same
day. Trains leave aud arrive at Cairo us follows:
Mall leaves 4 :." a.m.
Mail arrives , 10:00p.m.
Through tlckvts and checks to all Important
F. A. MILLER ROSWEI.L MILLER.
Hen' 1 Pass. Atrent. Oenenil Sup'
L. B. CUVF.CH. Passenger Agent.
fk f A WEEK in
CI' It xf',,,al ri"kl
111 l'nslliess a
A WEEK in your own town, and no
iskeu. xou can give the
a trilll uiftinnl i.viti.ntfi.
onnortiinltv ever o!l'ereil for
i:ii,i.i t.i .i.Vl. .. i.i
" try nothing else till vou seeforyonr-
self what you can do at the basinets we offer. No
room to explain here. Yon can devote all vour
time or only your spine time to the business, "and
make great pay lor every hour that von work.
Women make as much as men. Send lor special
private terms and particular, which we mall tree,
.."Miulllt free. Don't complain of hard time while
you have such a chance. Address II. IIALLETT
Vlt' ...... ...s ... ..v.ln. iiii riicu.u
CARL PETERS it P.RO.
Of all kinds.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Eighth mreet, hot. Com. and Wash. nve.
CAIRO. : : : . ILLINOIS
f ytloods delivered to all part of Iho City free
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
IlliUcst Cash Pike PaiJ for Wheat.
n I TTI ii i ' ..
I A I K II III TTviTC' c 4 friTTrv i t? irnTTT " ,
, -jxiiviO, O.VlU-tUAl XlUAllJlr. NK " lb & f k7 1H7Q
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of ti c nineteenth centnrv. and ono that takei
oqtia rank with the Invention or the telephone,
llie electric light and other acieutlnc tuarvlta ol
the agv, la that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thin Compound posses the mot remarkable
Healing Properties of any known agent employ
ed for the purpose of curing
. SORES, WOl'NDS. U'TS, RRVISES,
InfltimcO aud nliratk-J surfacca, and for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
It. plenHMl-im nt'.-i,t.iptl..ti ..n, nil iM......l,t..
that hinder the foruiatlon of a healthy rtcsh. and
iuv n p, mi i-iiro 1,'ik-s on to completion wltn
most ONDEKFt'L RAPIDITY. Let no family
bcwithout a box ol It in the Uouoe. Pliviclan
extol its virtues ; inirl lh.. tli.. t l.r.,iM iT.l - 1..,
have used it. unite In recommending It. Dtware
Ask for Henry's Carbolic Salve, ami take
JOHN F. HENRY, ClTJtAN & CO.,
(1) Solo ProyrUtors.
BARCLAY DROS.. wholesale Ai-eiits
Liver & Stomach Pads,
TII3 BEsT REMEDY
IN THE WORLD!
Ha proved itself by a Tjrc Years Catniw!;!; of
Liver, Stomach and Bowels
Producing a l.'.r.vr pcrtion of wondcrft:! and
Than any oib-.-r ReajwJj- before the pul.tir.
A PREVENTATIVE OF ALL EPIDEMICS
Yeilo-.v fi vor. CEIloViS a::d Typhc'd Fever.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC POISONS
M-uirsiix.-tt. t.ar.:iiaio-.! ana expe!a turougu
the lia.ura! excretious by
Health Restoring Liver A Stomach Pads
An antidote that has proven its repel'att force
w e.j'ei .u:m-jinenc neriiis o: uisease
that infest the air.
An Antidote nr.d preventative and cure frr Chil
dren. Summer Complaints. Cholera Iuln!:;:n. !rar
lei Fever. Measles. Wiionplng Cough, etc.
A preventative that i. highly appreciated bv quite
a numlier of mothers who have tried them.
tForhe' Pads are mado Irom tiENl'lNE MED
ICAL EXTRACT, possessing (he best absorbent
properties known to science, having a direct a;.)!i
cation to the removal ot Morbid Organic condition
and restoring to health, r.atural et:ergv and normal
activity the vital function which are weakened iiud
debilitated bv disease, tlius proving themselves to
posessa PuWERFl L REMEDY for all diseases
oftiu Liver. StomarU and Bowels, us thoiisaud
can testify from priictlca; experience.
N. H. A the pri: e of the Pad has been reduced,
it makes it the cheapest arc mot eouvenlriit midi
c.nt ion you can ne for any of the above uiseart s .
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
If after a fair trial you are diss atlsSed. se:.d back
your Pad to the proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL EE REFUNDED.
fFora'l advice i free) send ayinptom and en
quiries. (.aUo for aii;g!o Parts i to
DR. li. W. FORBES,
lrnv.lth St.. Ciuclnnali.
ill be sold byall druggists.
J? ART vSc IIICKCOX.
W W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI
tff"See ciTtidcates tn large circulars at drugstore
For Sale by GEO. E. O'HARA, Driiff
'ist, Cairo. Ills,
A MONTH guaranteed. 13 a
home mane Oy the imlus-
Capital not reiiuircd:
tail von. Men. women.
boys ami girls make money fu-
ti-s tit f.tr lid tl,..n ui
thing else. The work is light and pleasant, and
such as any on.i can go right at, Those who are
wise w bo see notice will sead us their addresse at
once and see for themselves Cos'ly Outfit and
terms tree. Now is the time. Those alreadv at
woik are layingup Urge sum of money. Address
TTtl'E Jc cu.. Augusta. Maine,
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kindt?,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. 9 MYTn CO. have conatanllv a large
stock of the best (food In the market aud give
especial attention to the wuolcialu branch fthe
TO $i)000 A YEAR, or S'1 to
your own locality
Women do n well
Many make more
I B 1111,11 111 UM1
. . . n'Miie, io one can inn o
malto monoy fa.t. Any one can do tho work. You
can make from ic to $2 an hour by devoting your
even tijr . aud sparo time to the bua'lnesa. It cost
liotblng to try the biislne. Nothlntr llko It for
money making evtir offered before. HiiNtness plea
.u rifc ,7'11nn10"t'li. Header, If you want to
1mLM about the best paying busmen before the
K i ,,i ""'ourtdroanud wo will nend you
S ifi.ft,,'?ii0,u.CBn hl'n "'Ue tp your
t. ...... fc. - 1..1, 1.1
L'H " ' I II Irtayat
vm ; we w ill s
SSif. Bo'.V'n Phylf-'on. no equal am a blood
P. . .11 .. ,1 !,rllS f tt many wouderful curea af
ter all other remedle had failed. 1 visited the lab
raiorr. and convinced myself of Us genulno merit.
!.'m. V'p.R,rt',,i.fr',m,,Mrk''' roo, herb, each or
II, ... i hl8!'1' a'"ctlvf, and they are compounded
in a.icn a muutier a to produce asloiilnhlns rustil:.
I" the grc at Hood purifier.
Will care the worst case of Scrofula.
Is recommended by physicians and apothecaries.
Ha effected omo marvelo,tu curt In rac of
t'ures the worst case of Cinkcr.
Mc Wi wonderful success In Mert urlal disease
Will miller.; Salt Rheum from the )Um.l
R'Tioves Pimplca aud Humors from the fi;o.
C'iri- Ci'ttstipitloa and regulates the bowels.
I- :l i j! Table remedy for Headache.
Will care Dyspepsia.
R. -teres the ctitlrj snU-rji to a healthy condition.
Remove the cause of Diz'aus.
iVL'te F.Ui.tness at the stotiiach
Cures Pains in the Back.
EnVct islly cures Cldcey Complaint.
Is i-SVctlve lu Its care of Female. Weaknesses.
1 ti:." great rcateny for General Debility.
rn SPARED BY
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTO? MASS.
Vejctitie U Sold By all D.-us-gist?,
PHYrrrAXs. clergyjiex and the
Ai? i LltTLD K KKY WHERE.
THE (GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OP THE AGE
Dn Tt'TT Las surrri d
d In c ninhlnlii" in tln ai.
CURE SICK HSADACil
Iiiiils the heretofore an
'aeoulstlc ouallti nf n
urn a i uriiying J ontc.
Their tlrst apparent ef
fect I lo increase the tin.
Cl RE DYSPEPSIA
petite by causlni; the
food to properly asslml.
late. 1 litis the svstem I
nourished, and by thetr
1 ouio acuon on tue uige
itlve. organ, remilnr uml
healthy cvacuatloiia are
Ttic rapidity with
kvliieh tin lirrson tst.-p
CURE FE ER and Agu
on fiesh while under the
niliience of these pill,
llillciltes tlielr nitiuitn-
liijllyto iioiiiIhIi the bod
e, hence tlielr eltlcacy in
eiirinir imii-voiih ilelil'lliv.
CURE BILIOUS C.HC
livastin" of the nitixcle
Cure KIDNEY Complaint
luggishnus of the liver,
linuiic const Imitlon. uml
imparl lug health ami
strength to the system,
sold ever) w here.
CURE TORPID LIVER
PRICE 'Ut CENTS.
M Murray Street.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
lSS!?JiS!EJ'( Cairo, III.
O. O. PATIEIi & CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, September 20, 3 p.m. Wheat
quiet Winter, 10s 2d 10s 4il;
Spring 8s 2.19.s 8.1; California average,
Os Oil lO.s 4d; California dub, 10s 5il
103 9d. Corn-53 5.1.
NEW YORK CHAIN.
New York, September 20, 12 :03 r. m.-
Wheat flrmer No. 3 Chicoro. 1 17frt
1 11; No. 2, Milwaukee f I 18l 10; Red
Winter, $t 101 37; No. 3 Rod 'Winter,
1 St; No. 3 Amber, $1 20. Corn-firmer
No. 2, 5n?i54.
t'HfC AGO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
CrircAoo, September, 20, 10 :23 a. jr.
Corn-October, 37 1'; November, SCU'.
Pork November, $8
Wlieat November, $1 03; October,
Oats-Novciubcr, 27 ; October, 2C.
Chicago, September, 20, 12 si.
Wheat November. $1 0,"?f; October,
Pork-October, $fi 00.
Corn November, UGJ ; October, 07;'.
Oats-November; 27- ; October, 20,'.
CiiTCAGO, September 20, 2 :C0 p. sr.
Wheat-November, 1 03;? October,
Oats November. 20' ; October. 2Cl4'.
Pork November, 43; October,
Corn November, 0002,00.; October,
. Ckicaoo, September 20, 10 :2.j a. sr.
Estimated receipts of hogs, 20,000 head.
TWENTY NEW CASES AND SEVEN
DEATHS AT MEMPHIS.
Memphis, Term., Sept. 2.1. From the
Howard nnd health office books combined
wo report twen'tv new cases to-dav. of
y , - -
which number one is a Chinaman three
colored and &i.tccn whites. The Odd-Fellows
have another new case, Mr. Van Ords
den, sick at Fitgibbons' Grove, the trans
fur station on the Memphis and Louisville
The sick Chinaman attracts considerable
interest as he is the only one of that tribe
that has been 6tricken this year. One fel
a victim last year to either the fever or the
treatment lor that disease administered by
a- t lnnaman claiming to be a doctor. It is
said that he smoked his patient to death
with opium or some other damnable stuff.
Wah Lee, the one stricken to-day, was sent
to the city hospital.
Undertakers report stveu interments to
day, two ot which are from beyond the
corporate limits. No. colored persons arc
embraced in the list.
The quarantine authorities are determined
to resist the injunction granted nirainst the
cotton restriction, and in that determina
tion have ordered all pickets to take names
of persons who bring cotton into the city in
violation of the rule. The question of the
jurisdiction of the court granting tho in
junction is not yet decided, and upon that
is base,d the opposition.
A colored soldier, on the blulls, accident
ally perforated his own head with a pistol
ball about ilayliL'ht this morniiiir while he
and oue of his comrades were sky-larking
with a pistol, lie died in about two hours.
Five cases of fever are reported to have
developed anions: the notrroes on President's
island live miles south of the city.
Donations to the Howards to-dav a.'trre-
gated ftOl 40. The thermometer has
ranged between 53 ami 71.
TRNNKSSKK IIOARDOK HEALTH.
Nashvii.lf., Tcnn., Sept. 2.. The state
board of health to-day instructed President
Pluttkett to send the followinc- dispatch to
John Johnson, superintendent of quarantine
at Memphis: "In addition to instructions
heretofore sent you regarding tho enforce
ment of Rule 0, the stato board of health,
now in session, directs me to urge you to
exhaust every means in your power to ob
tain an curly dissolution of the so-called in
junction and continue the fitiarantme intact
for the few days which remain before the
abatement of yellow fever."
Thrown i.'m.t a train. John Gaffnev.
II rem mi of engine 47 on tho Shore Lino
lt'iilrniiil nf Knu1 Ifaviin. Cr.. wna (lirmvn
from thd engine against a rock, wliilo the
train was going ut tho ratooflij miles nu
hour." He was all but killed, yet thanks to
Giles1 Iiililinent Iodide Ani)iionIn.rirnvirii1
completely in four days. Giles' Pills cures
Liver Complaint. Sold by all druggists.
Send for pamphlet. Dn. Giles, 120 West
Broadway, N. Y. Trial b!x.o 15 cents.
DA HI LAY DUOS.. AgCWS. ,
Swkkt rrcrim will mnkit na rrntu lititfur
in winter at is wanted in any market, it
treated with tho Perfected Butter Colo ot
Wells, Richardson & (to., Burlington, Yt.
White butter will flud slow sale, thouch
just as sweet. It Is tho color alone that
makes tho difference. , ,
NEW SERIES NO. 81.
A GIRL'S COMPOSITION ON BOYS.
Uoys is strange things. Boys is of threo
kmds. The baby boy, tho little boy, and
the big boy. I don't like tho baby boy, '
because he squalls and kicks, and I have to
rocK mm witn a cradle. But if the big boy
squalls or kicks, I can rock him with
stones. I like tho little boy the best when
it snows 'cause he can haul me on his sled.
A boy is a littlo man, if he behaves himself,
and if he doesn't, ho is a littlo devil; that
is what mother said brother Bob was, tho
other day, when lie told old Miss Smith
that mother said sho was an old lmrn. M
papa says ho was a little boy once, but
moiiicr says sno wasn't, and she wishes
papa was a little boy some more. Sister
Julian says she don't liko boys, and when
I saw her and Tom Brown a sitting in tho
rocking chair on Sunday night, sho said
She Was trvinff to ROlliwn thn litV mtr r,P
him; 'cause sho didn't liko him; but I don't
tliinKBlie was hurting wiy place, for ho
wouldn't let her get up. This is all I know
about boye, aud mother says she hopes I
won't never know any moro about them.
An ounce of prevention is better 'than -a
pound of cure. A dose of Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup will assist your Baby in teething, and
prevent it from bcinp-nttnck-nil 1- riwjrn
infantum, Colic or diseases with which Ba
WHO SHOULD NOT BE A WIFE.
Has that womnn n rut I in in i,-;r.. n i
- - - - - w .. ',111. I, 1 1 17
thinks more of iier silk dress than her chil-
uren, ami visits her nursery no oftencr than
once a day? Has that woman a call to bo
aw lie who cries tor a cashmere shawl
when her husband's notes are being pro
tested? Has that woman a call to belt wife
who sits readinc tho last nnml nLn n.
husband stands before the glass vainly try
ing to put logeiucra outtonless shirt bosom?
Has that woman a call tn hn n.i.n
expects her husband to swallow diluted
coll'ee, soggy bread, smoky tea aud watery
puuuot's six nays in seven f JIas she n call
to be a wife who flirta Willi ovorv mnn aln
meets aud reserves her frowns for her homo
fireside ? Has sho a call to be wife who
comes down to breakfast in abominable
curlpapers; a soiled dressing gown and
snoes uown at tne neel Has she a call to
be a wife whose husband's love weighs
naught iu tho balance with her next door
neighbor's damask curtain or velvet car
pet. Haa she a call to be a wife who
would take advantage of n moment of con
jugal weakness to extort money ov exact a
promise? Has she a call to be a wife who'
takes a journey for pleasure, leaving her
husband to toil iu a closo office and havo
an pyc, when at home, to servants and chil
dren? Has she a call to be a wife to whom
a good husbands' society is not the greatest
ot earthly blessings, and a house full of
rosy ciuiureu us oest lurnislimg a 14 pret
OOLDSMITU MAID'S AFFECTION.
Recently Charley Cochrane, who was for
many years tho faithful groom for the cele
brated trotter Goldsmith Maid, arrived
from California, and wishing to see the
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H'.'mi uiu uuiuiiif inure aim Her colt called
on Mr. Smith, her owner, to obtain iiis per
mission to visit Fashion Stud Farm, in New
Jersey. Mr. Smith accompanied Cochrane
to the farm, and on arriving there re
marked: "Charley, tho Maid is very jealous
of her colt, is very cross, and will permit
no oue to approach it." Cochrane arranged
that Goldsmith Maid should hear his voice
before she saw him, and although they
had not seen each other for two years, a
loud whiuny presently assured the visitors
that the mare had recognized the man's
voice. Cochrauo next showed himself,
whe.i a touching scene ocnnrrml. Tim i.i
queen ot tho turf, who for mouths would
not auow any one to appronch her, maknr
use of both heels and tenth if it w,ia
-v m ug Mt-
tempted, rushed with a bound to her old
menu, lorgeitmg even her colt, nnd rubbed
her head upon his shoulder, her nose in
his face, olaved with hi u-li,vi.-n,-a
showed by her every action that her heart
was full of joy to sec him. Directly the
colt came up to them, and tho old mare
was delighted when Charley placed his
hand on tho littlo fellow. U li flit rVitlirntwt
lelt the place tho mare followed him to tho
irate, whinnvimrfor him mn nt'tnr i,n 1.0.1
passed out of her sight.
DOCDI.E Sl'KKEHEns. If lllP tliPlisnmlj tht-
now havo their rest and comfort destroyed
111. isr,Mi.ltiiii.t,in T f 1 if. , ?
v vimniuv.uii.uis ni iiver nun jvuincy com
plaints would givo nature's remedy, Kidney
Wort, a trial thev would hn annmiiiv nnrA.i'
It acts on loth organs at tho same time and
therefore completely fills tho bill for a
perfect remedv. If Vmt linvA a Inturt IikaL.
and disordered Kidneys use it at once.
ClIEW Jackson's Best Sweet Nnvv Tn.
Another Victim of Ivemsnnp. T.t
lliulit wliilo Miss Jenny ItDbinson. of tliw
ritw wns trvinir to liu-lit thn flrn with Irern.
sene, the usual consequences followed. A
prompt application of Henry's Curboltc'
Salvo relieved tho pain, aud her recover)- is
now assured. Beware of counterfeits.
That 2 and 3 make 4 is nn (stii1iliaho1
fact none can denv. That Vortnlini. in thn
best remedy in the world for all disorders of
tho stomach and liver, is another fact to
which all who have trlod it will bear testi
mony. It is entirely vegetable, and com
pounded with tho greatest care; each pack
ago containing 80 doses for an adult.
Price 50 cents. Barclay Bros., Agents.
Bkttino is a mighty bad thing, the fact
is, it never benellts any ono except tho win
ner, while tho loser has a kind of lost look
and feeling. But if you can get a dead
sure thing, why then put up your last dol
lar on it. We know of ono such chance.
You can bet your last dollar on Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment curing in every case.
Prico 50 cents. Barclay Bros., Agents.
A Card To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, earlv ilerav. loss of limn.
hood, etc., I wiil scud a receipt that will
cure you, ritER or ciiahoe. mu grew
romody was discovered by a missionary It
South America. Send a self -addressed cn
voloiwtothoREV.JtWKPnT. Ikxan, Sta
tion D. New York City. ,