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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23. 1879.
y II. MAIIEAN, M. V., -Homeopathic
riiyslcian ami Snrffeon,
v lin fnramorclal avenue Roaldenco corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo,
jyi E. W. AVIIITLOCK,
Omn-No. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
lhib and Ninth Street
R. AV. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eluhta Street, near Commercial Avenue
Notary r'ublic ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorpnani' Mil
rial Aid Society.
JINEGAl. & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-So. 113 Commercial Avenue.
CAIRO CIT1 FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June 10, the boat will make
the following trips: ...
LEAVE LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth st Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. ra.
V a. n.
11 a. m.
2 p. m.
i "50 p. m.
, 9 a. m.
3 p. m.
7:30 a. m.
:; a. m.
5:00 p. m.
9:30 a. m.
8 a. m.
10 a. Hi.
OR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAn
The Elegant Sldcwhcel Passencer Stcnmer
."V. U . DiAU ..mm..
Lave Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Fv.'icao. Metropolis and way ianain:. For
freight or passage apply to .SOL. A. SILVER,
70 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dnat by measures being exposed to n!r.
11 ilk delivered twice a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It and see for yourselves.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE -DOLLAR!
Cash on delivery of tickets,
CAIRO. - II.L.IIN'OIS.
7G Ohio .Levee,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kinds.
OPKX NIGHT AND DAY,
Fresh Dairy and Ollt Edge Butter. Oysters and all
kind of fruit when In season, on hand and deliv
ered promptly at residences free. Oysters delivered
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOTS AND SHOES
-Made to Ordcr-
FR0M THE BEST MATERIAL ON SHORT NO
TICE. WORK, MATERIAL AND PIT GUAR
ANTEED. tamtepalrlug done with neatness mid despatch.
Avenue, N. E. Comer
E. C FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
Commercial Avenue Corner Ninth Street.
CAIHO, it i ILLINOIS
F RUT TREES, ETC,
An Immense stock nf Forest Tree Mid Ever
green herding. Hliruli. Fruit Trees, and Htnall
Fruits, that w ill be sold cheaper and packed bcttur
man i my oiuer piace on me American continent
uuruM, ,i, c. rilMtKT,
Sturgi'OB l'ny, Win.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EKTKHKD AT TI1K TOST OFFICE IN CAIRO, II,
J.1N0IS, AS SECOND-CLASH MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF" ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Mornlnj Dally in Southern Illinois
Caiho, III.. OctolieriW,
'. 1879. f
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel Weather.
:4 a m .v ia
11:11 " 30.14
Maximum Temncratiirc. i' i Minimum Tern
pcrattirc, 67 i Rainfall, 0.00 Inch.
Sers't Signal Corps, I'. S. A
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Reform club will meet to-morrow
A national chorus of people from all
parts of tho country, cured of Rheumatism,
is loudly singing the praises of St. Jacobs
Three small keys, licl J together by a
string, are in request at The Bulletin of
fice. A reward will be paid for their re
A noisv. obstreperous customer, in
flamed by strong drink, was escorted to the
calaboose by Dunckcr and Hogan, about 8
o'clock last night.
A marriage was consummated yester
day evening, between Mr. Dennis and Miss
Hart. The ceremonies were witnessed by
quite a number of young people.
Thf.Buli.etin is glad to say that Mr. M.
P.Fulton is convalcscent.after several days'
confinement to the bouse with a severe at
tack of bilious fever.
Mildness conquers and hence it is that
the gentle yet positive influence of Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup overcomes so quickly the dis
orders of babyhood.
We hear it stated that Mr. Thomas
Morgan will explore Colorado, and perhaps
other portions of the far West, with a view
of fixing upon a new home.
- Mr. R. S. Murphy, representing tlie
great wholesale bouse of Robert Howe,
Cincinnati, Ohio, was in the city yesterday
and called on The Bulletin'.
Season tickets, costing $3,00 for the
scries of five parties, to be given by the
to 12 club," may pc obtained of the secre
taryorany member of the club previous to
The opinion of the people lias been
fully confirmed by wide spread experience
that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best and
cheapest remedy for Coughs, Colds, Sore-
Throat, Asthma, etc.
Superintendent Beck, of the Illinois
Central, and Mr. J. C. Russ, bis secretary,
are in the city, directing the improvements
in progress in the Illinois Central's yards,
in this city, and giving an eye 10 other
The news from all parts of the country
is very encouraging. Nues in all staple ar
ticles are increasing daily. The "Faultless"
cigar has In-come a staple article among
smokers, ami the daily sales are wonderful
in amount. Sold by F. Korsmevtr.
The large coopering establishments of
Ilalliday Bro's in this city and in St. Johns
are furnished with staves amfMieadings by
the Mound City stave factory, of which
Dougherty & Co., are proprietors. The
number used annually is counted by the
The speech of Governor Cullom, deliv
ered before the Quiticy River Improve
ment convention, is eminently worthy of
perusal. It is dignified in tone, patriotic in
sentiment, and testifies strongly to the fact
that the Governor's "heart is in the right
The Cairo Chapter, No. IT, A. F. and
A. M., has elected the following named
officers to 'serve during the coming ye:i-,
to-wit: John Antrim, M. E. II. P.; Charles
Wilson, E. K.; Jacob Goldstine, E. S. ; V.
AV. Barclay, Tr.-nsurcr and B. F. Blake,
The officers and membcrsot' the Lecture
Club, whose names tire given elsewhere,
engage to furnish the citizens of Cairo a
series ol lectures during the winter from
lecturers of recognized repute. It is hoped
nnd believed that the'lectures will prove a
source of profit. In that event the treasury
ot the Reform club will be the gainer.
A negro man named Jim Sledge, be
coming incensed at "his girl," and forget
ting, for the time, her sex ami his own,
handed her a thump in the glim. It was a
cowardly, unmanly thing for Jim Sledge to
do, mid Squire Robinson, properly reeog.
jjizing its enormity, fined him, therefor, and
sent him over to the calaboose for n term of
We have been requested to remind the
laaicsot tlie city that a meeting will be
held at the Convent at half-past two o'clock
this nftcrnonu. The object is to take tho
initial steps towards a lair, to bo held soon,
with n view of raising money to assist in
tlie rc-ereetion oi tho .Loretto Academy
buildings. The project is one that should
enlist the sympathy, if not tho co-operation
oi every lady and gentleman in the city.
As an indication of tho consumption of
Kindling wooil by Cairo families, it may be
remarked that, last year, Dougherty & Co.. ol
Mound City brought down a barge load of
ten thousand bundles or stave clipping"..
each liiinilln l,l n1...Mt - K - ,
- "mijj iiuuui uiu Bir.eoi n iar"o
sheaf of wheat. Tho barge arrived here on
l nursday nnd on .Saturday evening .every
bundle had been sold. Mr. Bill Dougherty
is again supplying tho city, bringing In
train loads of tho stuff, nnd Is disposing of
it nearly as fast as it arrives. From which
fact we draw tho comfortable conclusion
that coal oil, ns n fire kindlcr, Is falling
Wo heard that two highway robberies
wore committed between midnight, nni
daylight yesterday moining, in tho vicinity
of the round house. Making inquiries on
the ground, however, we couldn't find any
body who had heard of two robberies, of one
robbery, or even of an attempt at robbery
Liko rumors can bo heard in any part of
tho city, a halt dozen times a day; but they
don't "trace up" to anything.
-If the active young men who prepare
four thousand copies of tho Chicago Times
for delivery at thj post office, every hour,
will have a care not to dab tho direction
slip directly upon that paragraph of the
first page which of all others in tho paper
the reader is most anxious to read, the
active young men will not, as now, be re
sponsible for a great deal of expressed and
If the editor of the Argus, who is un
necessarily solicitious about the consist
ency of The Bulletin, will furnish us the
editorial criticisms of which he speaks, wo
shall certainly jjivo them place in The
Bulletin. Furthermore, if ho will favor us
ith the names of exchanges that contained
criticisms that he didn't clip, we will obtain
copies of the papers, nnd add the criticisms
to tlie others. We are somewhat curious
to sec what they amount to.
The second examination of constable
Tom Echols tor the killing of the negro
White, instituted before Squire Spence,
Monday last, resulted in a second acquittal
a complete cxhoneration from blame.
During sixteen years' service as constable
and deputy sheriff, Echols never before had
occasion to fire upon anybody, and, although
he feels that the law fully excuses him in
this case, he says he'd feel immensely more
comfortable if the ugly affair had newr
Very properly, we think, the police is
bestowing attention upon the homeless,
purposeless fellows who find lodgings in
empty railroad cars, warehouses, sewers, and
lumber piles. Yesterday morning Officer
Sehuckcrs caught three chaps of that class,
to wit: Henry AYcis, Thomas Kelly and
John Marphy, as they were leaving their
respective quarters, and conducted them to
Squire Robinson's court, where they were
lined ten dollars and costs, each, as va
grants. They accepted a stay of six hours,
and promised most faithfully to leave the
city. In tr.e event they fail to observe their
promises, they will, in police parlance, "be
(licked up and run in." I
Now that the merciless Utes have
killed oft' the agent at White river, and all
of his assistants; turned nnd destroyed
everything that was subject to destruction,
the government has concluded to establish
a garrison there for the protection of the
property. Had this been done a month
ago, when the agent was pleading for sol-
liers to protect the lives and property at
the agency, the act would have been wi-e
and discreet. Now that both have been
lestroyed, the government is about to sub
ject itselt to ridicule by locking the stable
door after the stable has been robbed of the
Mr. Gorould's hunt for pure drinking
water is calculated to discourage tho M-a
that such an article is to be found at any
depth within the reach of or.linary menus.
At a depth of one hundred and lorty-five
feet he struck a hard substance, which he
supposed, from the character of tho over
lying stratum to be a species of conglomer
ate. We are not geologist enough to argue
from these facts and speculations, what
kind ot strata follow; but it, as Mr GerouM
intjiuatcs, our prospects of reaching pure,
palatable drinking water depend upon the
contingencies he names, they are not such
as are likely to stimulate any further search.
If, by building a high-water road out
of Cairo on a line that will form the best
possible connection th the roads thift ram
ify Alexander and Pulaski counties, we
should bring about the construction of pro
tective embankments that would reclaim
the great bulk of the lands hither to Cnei,.
river; and if, following the reclamation, the
lands should be leased out, cleared of their
timber, ami cultivated ns cornfields, cab
bage and potaton patches, gardens, etcv
if, all this should follow the construction of
of the road, could we, would we, survive it?
Strange as it may seem, upon the mere
probability of such a result, not a few of
our people ground their hostility to the
The lailies of the city, or a very large
majority of them, at least, nre earnestly and
outspokenly opposed to tho repeal ot the
so-called "Sunday liquor laws." Represen
tatives of the W. C. T. U. have circulated
remonstrances, and have secured tho signa
tures of quite a largo number ot our citi
zens. These remonstrances will bo laid be
fore the city council at its next meeting,
when, it is thought, tho repealing ordinance
will be put upon its passage. Of the out
come of the issue that will bo raised
by tho introduction of tho ordinance, wo
can only speculate. Wo predict, however,
that tho vote upon it will stand flvg nnd
live. In that event the responsibility for
passing or defeating tho measure will rest
with the Mayor. It is claimed that ho will
defeat tho measure by voting "No."
Not a few of our citizens who arc com
polled to be on tho stroot at a late hour of
tho night, carry their revolvers in hand
ready for instant use. Between 10 and 11
o'clock, Tuesday night, one of our mer
chants, thus provided, met a party of whom
ho instantly becamo suspicious, and not
waiting for an attack, placed his pistol at
the party's head, and told him to proceed
with liis contemplated villainy at his peril.
Before tho halted party had turned his
pockets wrong side out to show his assail
ant that ho had nothing worth shooting
man for, he discovered that he stood facing
an old acquaintance, and tho over-cautious
merchant soon found himself holding his
pistol at tho head of an excellent young
mar. whom ho had known from boyhood
It wasn't a very mirthful laugh that sig
nalized the discovery, however.
Tho following is a list of the officers
nud members of tho Cairo Lecture Club:
President, W. M. Williams; Secretary, Geo,
S. Fisher; Treasurer, T. W. Fitch. Execu
tive Committee: C. W. Dunning, E. A.
Budcr, II. H. Candec. Members: P.
Barclay, R. II. Cunningham, M. Easterday,
E. W. Green, G. M. Alden, John Wood, C.
Pink, John A. Reeve, Wood Rittenhouse, II
C. Hughes, J. G. Arnn-rton. E. A.
Burnett, II. Leighton, W. L. Bri
tol, h. D. Ayers, James S. Renrden,
Jas. F. Miller, W. I). Liffitt. Geo. W. Chel-
let, Chas. Galigher, Walt F. McKee, Wm.
AVolt, G. I). Williamson, P. E. Powell, Jno.
Antrim, C. Lancaster, W. Ilyslop, F. M.
Ward, Jno. S. Aisthorpe, N. B. Thistle
wood, N. W. Hacker, Jno. M. Lansdcn, E.
F. Davis, Thos Lewis, W. Stratton, II. C.
Lotlin, T. M. Lo'vctt, A. J. Alden & Son,
X. S. Pennington, J. Burger, T. E. Clarke,
W. E. Gholsou, F. Kormeyer, B. F. Parker.
W. P. Halliday, Jacob Goldstine, Miles F.
Gilbert, Rob't S. Lemon, F. S. Kent, AV. II.
Axe, J. M. Phillip, Louis II. Meyers.
- Dr. J. A. M. Gibbs, of Thebes, is u
candidate for the office of county commis
sioner. His announcement to that effect,
appears in another column. AVith those
who are acquainted with the Doctor, the
fact that be has consented to run for the
office will be sufficient to settle the matter as
to how they will vote. But as many of our
Cairo readers are not acquainted with him,
we feel called upon to say that we know
him to be a gentleman of unimpeaceablo
integrity, who has added a good education
to a large store of sound, practical natural
abilily. He was a faithful soldier in the
late war, and for a long interval of time cn-
lured all the hardships, trials and dangers
of the tented field, coming home at the close
ot the struggle, with the consciousness
that his soldier duties had been well per
formed. He is in every way fitted for tlie
office he seeks, an 1 we hazard nothing
whatever in saying that if he is elected, he
will ever be found a close watcher of coun
ty affairs, and a stalwart defender of what
he may c mcieve to be the people's interests.
Miles AA. Parker will be warmly sup
ported in all parts of the county. The of
fice of treasurer and assessor, for which he
is running, is not a louanza; but the few
hundred dollars it pays, will be a most wel
come and grateful assistance to him. Fire
and the payment of security debts con
sumed what might have proved a present
competence, and left Miles, like the major
ity of us, a poor man. But it is not on that
ground, wholly, that lie asks his friends to
support him. Forty years' residence in the
county and city, added to good judgment
and a liberal supply of practical sense, will
enable him to make a just and an equitable
assessment of taxable property of the
county ; and that he will perform what he
may conceive to be his duty i:i that regard,
regardless of any outside influences, no man
who knows him, will attempt to gainsay.
Furthermore, Miles has crossed the line
that divides the spring-time of life lnmi the
autumn, and is no longer adapted for em
ployments that require much phy-ical effort.
All these considerations combined will ren
der Parker a very strong candidate, as well
in the country precincts as in the city.
The scoundrels infesting our city seem
to bo of nil degrees, ages, colors and condi
tions. AVe have our "black sharps" tis well
as white ones, foreigners as well as natives,
and all of them seem to be on the "lay."
Yesterday morning, a negro man, named
Louis Barger, and a white confederate, vic
timized a young white man. with the tobacco
box trick. The greeny saw the tobacco in the
box, nnd couldn't be argued out of what
his senses testified was so, nnd he backed
his conviction with a bet of fifty dollars.
He was permitted to open the box, and,
greatly to his astonishment, it was empty!
There wasn't a shred ot tobacco in it. While
yet the astonished young man was hesita
ting about handing over the money, the
white man snatched it from his hand, and
then, in company with, his conlederute,
ran away at the top of his speed. These
facts coming to the cars of Officer Sehuck
crs, bo went in search of tho rascals, nnd
soon had the negro, Barger, under nrrcst.
Ho found him in ono of the bagnios below
Fifth, and calaboosed him. The nuifro con
fessed his participation in the swindle, and
had made up his mind to take the conse
quences; but, several hours afterwards, Mr.
Sehuckcrs had been unable to find tho vic
tim. It was thought that he left the city
to avoid tho detention that would follow, a
prosecution of the case.
Just received and kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, at 511
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' House.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
. i . . . i ; , i
DRIVE-WELLS AND DRIXKIXG
the superintendent OK THE OAS WORKS
MAKES A FRUITLESS BKA11CI1 KOIl HEALTHY,
I'ALATAIII.E UniNKINO WATER.
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
In my experienco in well driving, the av
erage depth at which never tailiug water
in drive wells, in this city and vicinity, has
been from fifty-five to sixty-fivo feet, and
occasionally at seventy-five feet; we again
strike springs ot water in abundance at
about ninety-five feet below tho surface; but
from that down to one hundred and forty
five feet we find scarcely any water at all.
At tho Cairo City Gas Works I drove a
pipe to the depth of one hundred and forty-five
feet nnd struck some hard substance
and could drive no further., I think we
reached a conglomerate of stone nnd graVel
known here as "Bacon rock." Probably by
boring nnd tubing to the rock formation and
drilling through that, wo should again find
plenty of water.
My object in driving to that depth for
water was to get good drinking water for
the men at the gas works during the hot
days of summer. AVe have at the Gas
Works a drive well sixty-five feet in depth,
the water of which, when first pumped into
clean ''nrcehj, is as clear ni the clearest
spring water; but nfter , standing several
hours, it becomes riley, and after standing
thirty-six hours longer, there will be found
a green scum over the water one and a half
inches in depth. On takiug off this scum
the water will again be found clear as crys
tal. The water in this well is very s?ron"!v
impregnated with some mineral (I think
copper) so much so that upon drinking a
few ounces, it has the same effect on one as
To procure a good sur-nly and quality of
water from wells in Cairo i: will be m-c-s-
sary to sink an artesian well until the lime
stone formation is reached, and thjn th"
snpply would not in all probability l c
enough for the city. The location of Cairo
is such that she could be furnished with
water at small cost from the Mississippi or
Ohio rivers, AVater works suitable to sup
ply this city for sevaral year can be erec
ted here at a comparatively small sum as
compared with other cities.
II. T. Gkhoumi.
The finder of a Lunch of three keys, on
a string, dne of them a Ya'.e lock key, oe
a small brass, and tlie tther an iron k'.-y;
will be suitably rewarded by having them
at The Bulletin office.
Now on draft and l-y the barrel, the cel
ebrated Jarvis Cobden cider, for family use.
Strictly pure and very choice. Try it. At
New York Store.
AVe have several thousand dollars iu ac
counts due ii in C.iiro. and owing to our
present circumstances if people will, in tho
next few days, come forward and pay us
fifty cents on the dollar, we will give a re
ceipt in lull. Kot:m,!:it Duos.
Lost A Bii.u Li.UT Early on Tuesday
morning, on the Cairo A St. Louis Short
Line train, or while going from the elevator
to Galigher's mill, thence to 'Jlst street. :;:id
thence to 23th, on 'Commercial avenue. A
liberal reward will be paid for its return to
k Bulletin office.
Gf.o. O'Haha Las just rtc-ived a new
invoice of Forbes' Pa-Is. No. 1 is a sure
ure i'r fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
urcs kidney diseases of nil kinds. Price
only (::e dollar.
M) 'runs hy kximikss.
This celebrated Cn.-:iin ry Buttt-r for sale
at New York store. By the tub 22 ami S2J2' ;
by the pound 2 jC"iits. Everv p uud guar
anteed the best, or nioncv refun-le'l.
Small tubs for family use. Cost Bu'.Vriu
the world. C. O. Patieh !:Co.
Anti-Bki.i.um Puicks At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steiuhoufe, Eighth street.
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen raz-us.
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory wu k. Prices: Shaving. 10
cints; Hair-cut. 2o cents; Shampooing,
2.") cents. (live him a call.
TO MY (TSTOMKHS IS CAIRO AND KI.sT.
WHKRE. I avail myself of this method to say to my
customers nnd the pubiic generally that,
although my seam suasage factory was
completely destroyed by fire Mi Saturday
night last, it is uot my purpose to surrender
to misfortune nnd give up business. On
the contrary, I shall commence rebuilding
at once, and expect to so hasten things for
ward as to be in working order, suppling
customers as of old, by the end of tnc pres
I sincerely thank my patrons for their
past favors, and hope by an honest effort to
serve them well and satisfactorily, to merit
a continuance of the same.
Notice. to all whom it matconoeux::
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
AVt A.UVERTISEMENTS In thU column, of
ceiii.L.. i " u ones win oo puimsneu rorifii
an .v... 1 ,UIH'"'uni i momn. i.b; 3 mouth wiih
M e ! iM rr n")l'"' additional
n ant il... I... .. . . uii """wn,, iu uiuvo.
offlcg. VM Enipili-e at Tin IIcllbtin
. . ... FOR RENT.
tnT.,L1;n.0,nom' "i"1 kitchen. Twentieth
CwJnHTOnS 0Mh"- Kalr at II. Mivm'i
IIKADQl-ARTERS FOR FIXE ARCIIEVYG0008
nerTwelfth.trJet. mmerclal avcn.e, cor
1 nmim.o ....... .
Fine tool en(fravlui;s, for sale
ii.ilr 1 or be publishers for lessThun t? . ,h
" -H4.av Wl gun mxLETiN bindery.
should besurV,- have 'Stm
prepared to lurulsh abstracts M reasonable fates
M EASTERDAY. '
OBIce In Court House.
n-i .. I''0H SALE,
1 lie w inston farm In Pulai county, on the bunk
of th. Ohio river, and 4 mile, from fV. H. nm,
W acrf" l,ml,;r f,;i,cu' f "
J?.?!' f filing of rooms. Ootid
Cistern, At a bareatu. Aiiply early
. M. J. IIOWLEY. R. E. Ajent.
(Jtt'VPHti unit nns.iL ... . . .
Active pari! to act a (;.n.
or :il Aot-nu fur tliu ...iu i.r,...
. T .1 ' l- V fill
respectable, (.ooiis sell rapidly. We ray a shry
r a. Iberal commission on sales. Kr.m 1o to
.iU moath can be mvle by live men ltnrec harre
'.'L'V,?,".1,"?. """"' AdJres.-THU'MI'll MANL
KU II KIM, CO., 1M Monroe St.. I ,L!caKD.
i T TTATTOi
r.-riii-nftd Domestic dried acd cat.ted rrnlts and
Ve.v tables. ar.r.od.dr!eiiandsa'.tF!l.. Pick
1.', Sauce. Oils at:d I'ondin-.ei.ts. Si, up
::::T. Ilakltj; Powders, ground and
wUo'.e Sjdce. Tt-iA-t and Lautdry
botps. Stei!-". iV.iin. I'r, nerves
Fancy Groceries ai d Oro-ct-r'
Stock UL'raralh'lfil in the AVest.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MAM EL.
".SUPERIOR MTRITItN THE LIFE."
The Great Medicinal Food.
I" S...! inter Per luvalbis ai;d t-:c Aged An In
comparable Alltiu-Lt fi-rtlieO.-imta at.il Preu-c-llur
of iniV.Lis ii!,d i :ii;.lr-n. A Miperior
V.itr-.':e In l nntiu-.n d Fever, uvA a
Re'.lab'.e Remedial A.'.-tt !:; a.! Di-es- if tho
.sti-nneh and Interin,..
THIS ::'!. cclebrst.-d Dietetic pKKr!iATim l,
,x in rmri.:ti.m. priucli.iliv tlv i.li tk tl-r.ve-d
ffotu taettiiiTi Winteh Flint Wheat c.ke.i, a
! extract, the lMc,t!n of an cn;ti;ct;t Chemist,
I: !:: tint un'.y been hl.-Ulv recnmineml.-d. but o r-tub-1
to by a iar-- number of (.'hernial and l'l.jsl
r:un repreaeiit:rc a m ry hifh dejree of nuilical
c:.-!!e,.-!i. the .-il-t. M! AuvpiaMe and .:..-
l-.e I-i.-mI for the(tr,iwth atid Protection of Intai-ts
ti::'l children, and fur Mother lucking SurVicu
Nourishment (or t!n-!r utt-priiix.
I r.llke t!ii.c preparation made from an!:cl or
j iron ni.tt.-r. which nre liable- f Ml:n;:he the
b:-.:iuml irritate the dcthe orpins. It cnhriu,
in it en-ineiitury cniapo.it ion
That vui:-. h uiiii.-s strong Hone and Muscle. That
w Wch m ike i-nod F'.ch and Wood. That which is
ealofl)i.-, l.:io:i--ti-, r coi-tipntiiiL'. That which I
kind and friewtiy to the Drain, and that which art.ag
r. prcvci,!:e o( tho-,.' lt.te.Hual Disorders Inciden
tal to childhood.
And. while It wo'iMbe difficult toconceiv.-of uty.
t!:le- In l-ooil or Ib.ert mure ereamv and del'cioiis,
or More tourili!ntf a:id sttenathenliii: a an ali
ne tit in Fever. Pn'.tnoi.erv Complaint, Dyspepsia
and Genera! Debility, it. Rai.k JlEi-teisii.' Excel.
i.ENeaiuai; Imk-tinai, Dike ak. i specially io
byseiiterv, C'lir.mii' Wiirrlio-a nnd Cholera Infon
,, , tmii.
Ha oven !aci.i.u-ta'!y Proven.
Sold Wholesale and
PRINCIPAL CITIES of the UNITED STATES.
.tOIIN CARLE if SON'S. NEW YORK.
lOUNUUY, MACHINE SHOP
L STEAM FOKGE.
Vl'LCAX Il.OX AVoiiKS
M OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. II f.S.
John T. Reimie,
HAVING eatabllahid his w orks at the above men
ttoued place Is better prepared than ever fur
mantiiiietnrluK Steam Enifiius and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tools, tho
man a lad u re or all kind of Machinery, liallroad,
Sti mboat and P.ridije Forirlui.' made a tricclalty.
Epecl.il attention xlvcii to repairs of t: "lues and
Bra Castlncs of ul! kind made to ordet
PipoFttInu In all lis branches.
V Good Plan!
Anybody can learn to tnnke money rapidly opcrat
Itiu In stocks, by the "Two Unerfltis Rules for Suc
cess." In Messrs. Lawrence & Co.' new circular.
The combination method, which this firm has made
so siicci-Hsful, enables people with lame or small
meat I to reap nil the beiiellt ot lamest capital and
best kIII. Thousands of orders. In various sums,
nre pooled Into one vast nmodnt and ro operated ns
a mltflity w hole, thus scetirlni! to each shareholder
all the udvautaites of the lamest operator. Im
mense profits are divided monthly. Any amount,
from f loto gvwit.or more, can be used uceessftilly.
N Y.Haptist Weekly. September Stl, 1STS. says:
"Hy the combination svslem $15 would make o
cr3 percent. ; $50 pays f :)Vi, or 7 per cent.; JloO
make ft, mm, or in per cent, on the slock, during
the month, nccoi-dlnij to the market." Frank Les
lie's Illustrated Newspaper, June Stl: "The com
bluiitlon method of opernttnu stocks Is the most
successful ever adopted." New York Independent,
September lit: "Tlie combination system Is found
ed upon rnrrect liuslnes principles, 'and no person
need bo without an Income while It Is kept workitiff
by Messrs. Lawrence & Co." Uroklyu Journal,
April at: "our editor nlade a net protlt ol till.sn
from M) In one of Mer. Lawrence Co. scorn,
blnntfotis." New circular (mailed free) explain
everything. Stocks nnd bonds wanted. Oovern
metit bond supplied. Lawrence ifc Co., buiiker
M Rxclmiine Place, Now York.