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' niniromiiv I I J .
of the leading bailuei houo whoio tdertlc
neuU may b fuund in Thi Bullctim .
DRY GOODS. "
C. 0. Pallor & Co., Commercial avenue and Nino-
ittuin irtM.i. , ,
Chit. K. btewart, Eighth itrec-t .
Canl Peter & Bro.. Etehth it met.
I'uttUA. bird, Washington aveiiuo ami Eljfhtb
Dr. J. II. Marcan; office, 1W Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. O. Joeclyn. Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. Whitlock, Uncommercial avenue.
IloM. Smyth, No. oO Ohio levee.
H, II. Candec, No.TOOhlolnvecOipatalnO.
Eauitable Life, of New York, coruer Twelfth and
' Widow and Orphaaa Mutual Aid Society, Scveutb
aud Comrucrcliri avenue.
ATTOr.NEYS AT LAW.
Llmgar & Lantdcn, No. 1U Commercial avenne.
Hallldav Bro, proprietor Egyptian Mill.
liiuUc Tuiatlewood dt Moore, No. 135 and li7
DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Barclay Kro., Ohio levee and corner Eighth aud
City National, Ohio levee.
J.Walter. Eighth atreet.
Kcvhlur Bro.. Coruer Eighth and Washington.
CU-nnlou. Three Statu.
John Sproal, corner Twelfth and Levee,
E. C. ForJ, Corner Ninth and Commercial. .
J. (to 8U'inlioue, Eighth trvi-t.
R.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAIN Aliliivr. TRAIN DEPART
Kail si.i, a m. Mall 3:lu.ra.
tifiwi i-M p.m. iree 5:wp.in.
' CAIRO X VINCENNES R. U.
Mali 10:00p.m. I Mall 4:43 a.m.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
Etjin-m S:10 p.m. I Expr 8:tS a. m
Accom'ds'.liju. 10:14 p.m. Accom'daiiub.l:!::fip. m
CUlCAGO. ST. LOUIS ANDNW ORLEANS R.R
Mall 5:ip.m. Mall 5:00a.m.
C. A. AT. VJ ILliOAD'
Teit.;in . .Srtoa.m. I Tela expren il;15p.m.
AccoiuiEooal'n. S.'A1 a.m. i
GENERAL DELIVERY open a. m.; clow
g:2up.ro.; Sunday: to a. ni.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloca
It 5 p. m.
Thrt)iii;h Etpn-M Mall via Hllnol Central and
JH :liulppi Cri.tf-1 Railroad cloe at p. m.
Cairo and Popiar Bluff 'Ibrouh and Way Mail
t!oe i 1J::W p. m.
Way Mail vfa Jllliinl Central. Cairo and Vln
fer.ne y.d MiJMippi Central Railroad close at
:(; p. in.
Way Util fy: Narrow Cang; Railroad clo at 8
Cairo and Kvauvill? Rirrr Route cloe at 6:90
p. m. ia.!;y (except Fridav).
Mayor-V. B. Thitlrv.ood.
TreaAwr Edward Drzonia.
Clerk-Dcunl. J. Kolrv.
Counelor VVm. B. Gilbert.
Attorney William Ikndrlek.
a.iAau or AI.DKUWSK.
F!rt Ward -Wm. OVallahau. M. J. Howlcy.
Second Ward-David T. Lluegar, C. R. Wood-
Third Wrd-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward -Chart O. Patier. Jame Kvnaston
Fifth Ward-T. W. llalllday, Ernct B. I'ettlt.
Circuit .ladijc O. A. Harker.
Circuit Clerk 4. A. R-ve.
Conu'v Judge R. S. Yocum.
County Clerk S. J. Ilumm.
County Attornvy W. C. Mnlker.
County Trvaaurer A. J. Aldeu.
Sheriff John Hodjrc.
County Commlionor T. . Hallldav, M.
Bro n. umuel Brilcy.
AFRIC VN M. E. Fourteenth atreet. fc tween
Walnut and Cedar Urcetx: aetvlce Sabbath U
a. m. and ;: p. tn.; Sunday School 1:3) p. m.
CHRISTIAN Eltrhteeiith atreet; meetins Sah
bath 1j:"W p. m.; preachiucoccai'iiinally.
CtllURCII OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
J Fourteenth nireot: Moruiutf prayer (fabbath)
10:) a. m.: vventiig prayer,;:) p.m.; Sabbath
exhool '.' a. m.
I1MRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST cniRCU.
. Preachinsat 10::) a. m., .1 p. m and 7::u) p. m.
Sabbath chool at 7::W p. ni. Rev. T. J. Shore,
ITXrnERAS Thirteenth itreet: rvlces Sah
J hath 1:30 a. in.; Sunday school 2 p. in. Rev.
METIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut trecta;
Preaihlug Suhhath 10:1 a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer tiH-ctli), Wednexday 7:W p. m.; Sunday
School, D a. in. Rer. Whtttaker, pastor.
IRESP.YTRIAN Elchth treet; preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. in. aud 7:Mp. m.; prayer
meeting Wediieadav at 7::j0p. m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. B. V. ticorue, pntor.
SECOND FREE-M'ILL BAPTIST Fifteer.th
treet. between Walnut qud Ui'dnr itreet; aer
Vice Sabbath at 3 and 7 M0 p. ui.
ST. J()SEPH'9-(Roman Cntbolle) Corner Croo
and Walnut trtet; ervlce Sa'ibalh 10:a0a.
m.; Sitnilav School at 3 p. m.; Vcpert 8 p. in.; er
trices every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK"S-(Romnn Catholic) Corner Ninth
trcet and Wahlnnton avenue; aervkea Sab
bath 8 and 10a. m.j Voper3 p. m.; Snnday School
t p. m. ; aurvlcua every day at b p. m. Rev, F. Zabcl,
Obtained for now Invention, or for Improvement
on old one ; for medical or other compound, trade
mark aud lnbel. Caveut, Alignment. Inter
ferance. Appeal, Suita for Infriiiaement, aud
nil cae nrlnlng under tho Putent Law, prompt
lv attended to. Invention that have been
nni t irn L'Ti 'y lhu l'atont OlBco may tlll,
ixtitSjj.iU in moit caie, be patented by
ti. Belne oppnlto the U. 8. Patent Department,
nnd cunmied in Patent bnltie cxclulvely, we can
mnko closer aearche, and foenro Patent more
jiromptly, and with broader claiu, than those who
nr remote from Washington. , ,
TT 'LUIYTJQ aend n a model or sketch of
1IN V JiSlUllOvour device ; wo make ex
aminations and advle'n to patentability, free of
chari?e. All correspondenco strictly confidential.
Price low, and no ohargo nulesa Patent li ecuru.
Wo refer In Washington, to Hon Fostmncior
General D. M. Key, Rev.V. D.Power. The Oerman
American National Bank, to official In tho V . 8.
Patent Office, and to Honatora nnd Representative
In Cfugre :nnd Mpeclally to our client in every
Stato In the Union and in Canada. AddreM
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppoolu Patent OfUce, Washlnjlon D. C
" I ' MEDICAL. , ' TE0ETIXE '
I m ' 1 1 I ataM .
IS YOUR BLOOD FI RE f
Now fh!a I an important aueitlon. rorulthAit
I'ure u wnoieHomo oiooa there can be no per'
irct h full i, and without
I, ( ; GOOD.nB.UTH
life I a mere burden and wate.For Impure
blood the best medlclue known 1
ScoviU's Blood Purifier.
It I the great Southern time tried and true rein-
ay, ana may Du implicitly rilled on,
WHEN EVERYTHISO ELSE FAILS.
Tako It In tlft! Sprlnz time. eoeciallv for lm.
puro secretion of the blood incident to that
canon of the year; and take it
, AT ALL TIMES
for Ca nor Scrofula. Liver ComnUlnt. Wp.1i.
lie, ItolI. Tumors. Suelliinrs. .nil thn thon.
"and 111 f lat come from Impure blood.
FOIIN F. HENRY, CX'RRAN & CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
1) BARCLAY BROS. . Wholesale Acent.
liver & Stomach Pads,
pNJS DOLL AH
THE CRIAT SPECIFIC!
THE BEST REMEDY
' IX THE world:
Ha pro.ed itself by a Three Year Campilga o.'
Liver, Stomach ami Bowels.
Producitj a larger portitm of wonderful aud
Thau any other Remedy before the pik.
A PREVENTATIVE OF ALL , EPIDEMICS.
Yellow fever. BlUioua andT;poid Fever.
ALL M.fl.ARIAL AND MIASMATIC PRISONS
Neutralized. Klimiuuted and ep--lk'd through
the uu'.aral elcre'.loui- by
HealtB Kcstorinff Liver 4 Stomach Pads
An antidote that ha proven Its repellast force
to eipel Atmospheric Germs of Dieae
that infest the air.
An Antidote aud preventative and cure for C hil
dren, Summer Complaint. Cholera Infntuni, Scar
let Fever. Measles. Whoopiii? C'oujjh. etc.
A preventative that i hlKhly ajipr'-clati'd by quite
a number of mother vihabave tried them.
tForbe' Pad'are made from GENUINE MED
ICAL EXTRACTS, poxwsslnt; the bet absorbent
properties known to cience. having a direct appli
cation to the removal of Morbid Organic conditions
and restoring to health, natural energy and norma!
activity the vital function which are weakened and
debilitated bv dlseas'. thus provln; thrm-elves to
possess a POWERFUL REMEDY for all di-ase
of the Liver. Stomach and Bowel-, ai thouan'i
can testify from practical experience.
N. B. A the price of the Pad ha beeu reduced.
It make It the cheapest and mot convenient indi
cation you can Umc for any of the above d'.eeaec.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
ONLV ONE DOLLAU !
If after a fair trial you are dissatlsded. ead bic
your Pad to the proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
Kr"Forall advice (prfk) send symptom and cu
oniric, (also fur elnijle Pads) to
UK. t. W. FOH3F.S.
174 W. 4th St.. Ciaclnuati.
Will be sold by all druggiM.
HART Sc IIICKCOX,
flrt W. Fourth St.. CINCINNATI.
JST'Seecertlllcate inlaree clrculursa. drugstore
For Sak by GEO. E. 0'HARA. Dru?-g-ist,
thlnzelse. Tho work i Uilht aud pleasant, aud
wise who ee notice will send us their addressee at
once and see for themselves Coti'ly Outfit and
term free. Now I the time. Tho.e already at
work are lsylnif up large sums of money. Addres
1 RUE & CO.. Augusta, MhIuc.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUOR
Jt SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
' I .
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVES.'
MESSRS. 8MYTIT 4 CO. have constantly a large
stock of the best good lu the miirk'it nud give
espoclal attention to (tie wholesale branch of the
TO $8000 A YEAR, or $5 to
our own locality
omen do ns well
Many make more
) amount stated
above. No one can fall to
niukq money fast. Any one can do the work. You
can make from AOo to ti an hour by devoting your
evenings and spam time to the business. It cost
nothing to try the business. Nothing llko it for
money makltiB rver offered before. HulneM ploa
ar.l and strictly nouorubln. Reader, If yon want to
know all about the best paying business before the
public, send n your nddres nnd we will soi'd yon
full piirtlcnlnr and prlvata term free; samples
worth S alto free; you can then make up votir
mind lorvoiiMeir. Adilre? (JK0U0K 8TINS0N
jc CO, Portland, Mmue. ,
a aA MONTH guaranteed. $vi
J I If dav at home made bv the Indus
ll II trlous. Capital not required;
P 1 J e will start you. Men, women,
v v boy and eirls make money fas
ter at work for u tanuatanr-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY!
Say t Boston phytlclan, "ha no equal a a blood
f ,, V ul-ariDg oi ii many wonderrul cure ar-i
ter all other.remedle had failed. I visited the lab-!
ratory, and convinced myelf of it genuine merit.
it I prepared from bark, root aud herb, each of
-ui. u i. nigniy enecuve. ana mey are compounrtea
in inch a manner a to produce atouIhlug retult.
I the groat blood purine':.
Will cure the woret cae of Scrofula.
I recommended by pbyaiclan and apotbecarie.
ll" effected ome marvelous cures la c.tc o
Cure the worst cae of Cauker.
Meet with wonderful succe In Mcrcana! dl:ae
Will eradicate Salt Rjeam from ths y stent.
Remove Pimples and Hamor from tke f ice.
Cure Coat!pjti6Q tad roulatea th bowe:..
U a valuable rened- for Iltadicht.
Will cure Dvspepsla.
Restore the entire system to a h:a!'.hy coci'.'.los.
Remove the caue of Dizziness.
Relieve Falu'.nns at the stomach
CureiPa'.a In the Back.
Zftct'taliT cures Eidaey Complain'..
I eff.-ct'.v.' lu I:j cari of Furai'.e We4jej.
I!ie gr.-i: r.'uii'ay for General Debility.
1 TUS 2it
H. R. STEVENS, 30ST0J 3IASS.
VejetiRe U Sold By all Di'Ur?its.
PHWICIASS. CLERGYMEN ASD TIIE
TIIE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF TIIE AGE
1111 Oil u Uol d in combining In thee
CI RS Slt'li HBAUAt ll
pm me Heretofore an
hagonlistlc qualitti-R of o
U4 a fur rvln2Tou e.
Their flrt niinnrent ef-
jlietlte by canning the
ieei is to increase ine nn-
iioou to properly alml
CL E CONSTIPATION
i!ate. Thus tin- tri i
uourlahed, aud bv thetr
jtor.lo action on the dige
tlve orpan. regular and
ncaitny evacuation arc
The rapidity with
Iwhlcb the person take
Cl'RE FEVER and Agur
on neh while under the
lunuenccof these pill,
llillltv to nourish the bod
inaicatc xueir aaaDta
CURE BILIOVd CoLIC
nence ineir excacr in
arhig nervou debilltv
kiitlnr of the muscle
slUKulannn of the liver,
onroiuc constipation, aurt
Imparting health and
strength to the vtem.
tbnai ivnnu uii ananoia everywnere.
PRICK S5 CENTS.
51 Murrar Street,
Tgm YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TI1K CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cot. K Ineteenth atreet and t "
Commercial Ave., f
O. O. FATIEB & CO. ,
MORNING, OCTOBER 30,
3IAKKETS BY TELEGRAPH
v LIVERPOOL ORAIV
l fcurwu ukaim.
LIVERPOOL. October 29. 2
JWitat uuehanged Winter, lis 2illls
IqSpring, 10 f)Jlls; California, 10a
Plls 8d; Catiforuia club, llsCd12s
KEW YORK GRAIN.
Kew York, October 20, 13 :10 p. m.-
tieftt linu.ftlpr! Vn 9 I 'h'nnn 41 P.n,.
I '"-"V'"- - V...V..QV, V WJ
J; No. 2, Milwaukee l 31; Ked Wnter,
3001 38; No. 3 Red; Winter, $1 37-
il S3; No. 3 Amber, 1 30; Corn quiet
CHlCaOO DRAIN AND PBODCCE.
t Cuicaoo, October, 29, 10 A. it.
Vheat-Nor., 1 Dec, 1 16,.
Corn November, 41; 3Iay, 42e' ;
Outs, May, 33J; Dec, 82.
Pork -January !0 November,
Chic aoo, October 29, 12 M.
Corn November, 41?(; May, 42.
Pork January, flO 301271; Novem
fer, $9 50.
Oats November, 31; December,
1ATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
THE CNDEUWOOD I KC1.
'.'ixci.ssATi, Oct. 28. Advices from Gray
sct, Ky., are to the effect that the feud be
twen the Holbrooks and Underwoods is
nc ended, but that tho Ilolbrooka have or
dced the Underwood women and children
toleave by Sunday next. They have also
pc-ted notices threateninp; anyone who test
ing before the grand-iiry about the klll
ij; of the Underwoods.
A BI.OODV MV-TI-'lV.
New Vouk, Oct. 29. When the . steam
s r.p Bahama hft Barbadoes for this city, a
pu-senger came on board with a box at 10
o'clock at night, which was directed to
E;v. P. W. Powers, this city. The custom
oScers found a human body in it to-day,
which was sent to the morgue. No Ttev.
P. W. Powers can be foua J. The passen
ger w ho left-tlie box is missing.
( St ICIDK AT EVASSVIM.K.
EvANsviixE, Ind., Oct. 23. F. Pierce
Uarbach, a paper hanger, employed at the
store of F. Hopkins & Co., committed sui
cide at 7 o'clock this evening. He was in
the store at the time and fired two 6hots
before accomplishing his purpose. He
'was a native of Philadelphia aud had been
a re.-ident here niue years, being connected
with Hopkins' store during tho entire time.
lie was twenty -eight years old.
AimiYAL Ol' THE RELEASED MEEK Ell PIUS
ONEr.9 AT ALAMOSA.
Denver, Col., Oct. 28. A special to the
Tribune from Alamosa, three hundred
miles south of Denver, and the terminus of
the Rio Grande railway, say tho women
and children who were recent captives
among the Utes arrived there at 4 o'clock
p.m., where thcywill remain for a few
days before proceeding to Denver. They
were surrendered to special ngcut Adams
after a parley of hre hours at the camp on
a tributary of Grand river on the 21st, and
on the moruiug of the 23d started home
ward, proceeding through the Indian coun
try in care of employes of Los Piuos
agency to Outray's aud arriving at the lat
ter place the morning of tho 2.th started
immediately homeward and arrived at Ala
mosa as above. The captives report that
the money aud p.ipers which were repre
sented to be safe were destroyed or taken
! the Utes. Mij Meeker's life was
threatened once by Douglais, who placed
a gun to her head, but she did not flinch,
and told Doughi.s she was neither utraid of
the Indians or death, and he skulked sway.
The women agree that they owe their safety
to one woman, Susan, wife of Johnson and
sister of Outray, who protected them at all
tunes, even going into tho council, an un
precedented move for womeu among In
dians, aiid raising her voice t r the release
of the prisoners.
The NonTii poi.e and KqcATon Are
not more widely distitiet than tho standard
tonic, stimulant and alterative, Ilostotter's
Stomach Bitters, and tho cheap and fiery
locul bitttrs which, unscrupulous venders
foist upon tho unwary us medicated prepar
ations with remedieal properties. The lat
ter are usuullycomposed in the main of half
rectified alcoholic excitants, with some
wrutchod drug combined to disguise their
real flavor and are perfectly ruinous to the
couts of the stomach. Hostelers' Bitters,
on the contrary, has for its basts choice
spirits of absolute, purity, and this is
modified nnd combined with medical ex
tracts of rare excellence and botanical ori
gin, which both invigorate and rcgulutc tho
bowels, stomach and liver. They effect n
radical change In the disordered physical
economy, which Is manifested by a spcody
Improvement in the general health,
YELLOW FEVER PATIENTS
MdDV dio canily.'Ero calmly off to sleep,
luirdly having strength to raise the eyelids,
but too many die a horrible death. Tho
struggle is terrible. They have to bo held
down in bed until the last gasp, and the
scene after death is too horrible for descrip
tion. Another peculiarity of it is when the
patient is in a state of delirium, and is ire-
ventea Irom getting out of bed. Often he
makes a desperate eilort to bite those hold
ing him. I have a live recollection of thus
having to exert nearly all my strength to
hold a yellow lever patient in bed and keep
him from bitintr my face. When he recov
ered his reason he wept with anger at not
being aoio to get up, out at . last said. :
"Hello! Is that you? Let us lie down on
the pillow and go to sleep." I was glad to
do so. hnhrc families have been swept
away. When the fever once enters a dwell
ing it seems almost impossible for any
mcml)er3 of the family to escape. The
dirtiest people often escape, and tho clean
liest are ottou stricken down. Memphis
Babies cry because they suffer; and the
most reliable remedy for the relief of their
discomfort is Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. Only
23 cents per bottle. '
AN ASTONISHED CONDUCTOR.
"Get aboard, old limpy," said a pert
conductor to an aged, plainly dressed lame
man, standing on tho plattorm waiting for
the signal to depurt; "get aboard, old
limpy, or you will be left." ' .
At the signal the old gentleman quietly
stepped aboard and took a seat by himselt.
When the conductor, in takijg up the
tickets, come to 'him and deinaudcd his
faje he replied :
. I do not pay fare on this road."
"Then I will put you off at tho next
station." , .
The conductor passed on, and a passenger
who had seen the transaction said to hiro :
"Did you kuow that old gentleman f.
"No, I did not."
Well, it is Mr. , the president of this
New remedies and old ones under new
names are being constantly introduced to
the public, but D. Bull's Cough Syrup still
takes the lead lor the cure of Coughs,
Colds, etc. Price, 2") cents.
GEN. BUTLER'S COURTSHIP AND
' Indianapolis Journal.
Gen. Butler first saw his late wife bc
nind the footlights, where, asMissIIildreth,
she w as an actress. He did not rest until
he had made her acquaintance, nnd then
did not rest until he had won her. She
skipped about the country nnd he followed
her, pressing his suit whenever he got a
chance, anil finally captured his bride in
Cincinnati. He was an exemplary hus
band. His wife proved well-fitted by
nature and education for any sphere, nd
their union was a happv one. Some months
ago, when he took her to the Massachus
etts General Hospital to be operated on for a
cancer in her threat, she died under the
operation in her husband s sight. A deep
sorrow settled oyer him, and he has hardly
seemed the same man since.
My Wife Suffered with prolapsus
uteri, fluor albus, complicated with other
female troubles. Her life was miserable.
Rev. Guy S. Frazey, of the Methodist
Church, advised mc to try Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia, he telling nie of the
wonders it had performed on his wife, who
was a martyr to such troubles, and is now
well. I obtained the Liniment, and my
wile is cured. Charles R...Iones,' editor
Observer, Charlotte, N. C. Write to Dr.
Giles, 120 West Broadway, N. Y., who will
cure without charge. Giles's Pills cures
Gout. Sold by all druggists. Trial bottles
23 ceuts. Barclay Bros., Agents.
A green young man saw for tho first time
a school girl going through' some of her
gymnastic exercises for tho amusoment of
the little ones at home. After gazing at
her with looks of interest and commisera
tion for a w hile, he asked a boy nearby,
"Has that gal got fits?" "No," replied the
lad, contemptuously, "that's gymnastics."
"Oh, 'tis hay," replied the verdant; "how
long has she had 'em.'" Bentqn Standard.
We Have just received from the Mendels
sohn Piano Co., New York, their uew cata
logue for 1879 giving a very full descrip
tion ot their Pianos and their Manufactory,
which is one of the largest 'and most com
plete in the world. These Piauos, includ
ing Graud, Square and Upright, made one
of 'the finest displays at the Centennial Ex
hibition, uud were unanimously recom.
mended for the highest honors.
The Mendelsshon Piano Co. arc tho first
to do n general business w ith the purchaser
direct, saving him nliout one-half tho price
charged by doing awuy with the Agency
System, and giving the people the Pianos
lit Wholesale or Agency prices.
Wc would recommend any ol our renders
who have any idea of ever buying a piano
to send for their Illustrated nnd Descriptivo
Catalogue, which will lw mailed free to all.
Thk hard, brassy appcaruncc in somo col
ored butter is never seen when duirymen
use the Perfected Butter Color of .Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt. It is.
not unfavorably acted on by milk, in any
stato of sweetness. It is host .applied by
working It in with a very little white sugar.
A Caud To all who aro Buffering 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, fiiek of ciiaiioe. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary it
South America. Send a sell-addressed en
velope to the Rev". Joseph T. Ikman, Sta
tion D. New York City.
Ik you have corns and bunions, use
Cousseus' Lighting Liniment, and you can
tip the light fantastic with ease and grace.
It will also euro rheumatism, lame buck,
sprains, bruises, etc. On animals, torgall,
spavin, ringbone, etc., it effects a. epcedy
and permanent cure. Remember ' Onus
sens' Lightning Linimcut. Prlcq 30 cents.
Barclay Bros., rcnt. - , ,
SERIES NO. 100.
Tho nroncr nlace for bovs to Dutf. leap
frog is on the back stoop, . . n V 1
It doesn't take a school boy Ion? to Avince
a love for division, provided another boy
owns the apple. "' 1,
No dictionary can equal the child's
definition of chaos. "It is a great pile of
nothing," . iio said, "and nowhvre Jo
put it." ' '
Governess : "Now, Jack, if I were to
give twelve pears to Maude, ten to Edith .
nnd three to you what would it be?" Juck
(aged six) : "It wouldn't be fair."
A schoolmistress asked a child what s-c-c
spelt. The child hesitated. Said the
teacher: "What do I do when I look at
Mr. Smith?'' "Thquint." replied the pupil.
A girl teased her" old father to buy her
one of those new bonnets tipped off with a .
humming bird, and he said ho would do it
if he thought she would ever stay to hum
in it. ' . ' ,
"I tion'tsee how there ever came to bo
so many words in tho world 1" exclaimed a
girl who was studying her spelling lesson.
"Why sis," said her brother, "they come
through quarrelling. Then, you know,
one word always brings on another,"
Home Teachings I must tell von of a"
conversation I overheard on the beach at
Treport between two children who were
playing in the sand together. The little
boy said to the little girl : "Do you wish
tn be my little wifo?" The little girl after
reflection : "Yes ." The small boy :
"Then take off my boots !"
A little girl was puzzling" herself about
her transference from heaven to the mun
dane sphere, and questioned her mother:
"Did God and the angels have a funeral
when I came away?" "I presume there
was no funeral," replied tho mother.
"Well," said the child, "I prcsumo they all
- au abundance of guests and . limited
lodging-rooms caused Jimmio to bo "slept
out" at a neighbor's. On arris'ujjr, in tho
morning he was invited to remain at break
fast. "Well. I guess not," he replied, "wc
have mighty good breakfasts at our house
when we have company.'" -
Mn. JouxMuiii.ig, Poyner, Iowa, sends
us the following communication: I "have
been a sufferer from Rheumatism for the
last six years; I tried lots of mediciues with
out success. Visiting one day the store of
Messrs. Wangler Bros., in Waterloo, Iowa,
these gentlemen induced me to try St. Ja
cobs Oil, telling me that it had a record as
a very effective remedy. I bought a bottle,
used it regularly according to directions,
nnd was relieved of the ailment from which
I had suffered for six long years.
A Seabch Wabkast allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, antl.Lindsey'g Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes nnd drive out all blood diseases. Ite
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers nnd people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
&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 on the bottom of the wrapper
R. E. Seli.eh9 & Co., Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bro's Agents.
Save your ciiildbek. For expelling
worms from the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbcry's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Benj. Ly
tle, Union township, Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wiu.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo. . Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. j Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The tuutk is mighty and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
tho worst cases of liver complaint, billious-
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and alt disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. ' For
sale by all druggists. Price 25 cents. &.
., Sellers & Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay lima., agents.
You Must Clup. that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you enn cure'
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cureU. whilqfor Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, ami
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it U alwo
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
tako and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can uso two thirds of a bottle
and if what wo say is not true wo will re
fund tho price paid. IVice 10 cts, ; 60 cts.
aud $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers;
Hate you Dyspopsia, are you . Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, If so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will yon continue to suffer.
when you can ic cured on suclt terms o
these. Prlc10 cent, and 7.1 cents. Sold by
Barclay Brothers'. . ?
Well's Persian Pertume "flackmctack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Brothers. ; '
Use Kidney-Wort and rejoice lu health.
One package makes six quints of medicine.
Chew, Jackson's Best Sweet Nwrj ToJ