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DAILY- CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1880.
Mfivwpnnv t I i ' '
I ' ii. i iii.iiii.
of the leailitiR liunlncHi bourn- whotie tdvrrtUe
nieut muy be found In Tus ISiu.i.ktin .
t 0. Pmler Si Cu., t'omtnimliil avenue nnd Nine
teenth Hi reel.
(i. D. Willlummm A Co.
Vooum Hrnlrlk, Wanh. Avii..cor. hlirbtk. ,
Dennl 4 O'Louuulln, Poplar, cor Twentieth.
l)r J. It. Msrcsn; ofllco, 141 Commercial avenue.
Dr W ('. JiH-'ilyn. EljitituuearCommoreliil.
Dr. K. W. Wliltiock, l: Commercial veuu.
Hobt. Smyth, No. CO Ohio levee.
It II (V.iicW. No.7'IOtiliil'Voe(npi.tiir
Equitable Ufo. r New York, comer I'welllD ami
WanliiUKtuti uvenue. .
Widow, ami Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and CuiuuiiTdal avenue.
- DKf HOISTS -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
c v O'INra! Klljiileuntb nd Commercial.
AleianuVr County Bank, Mb and Commcrelul
t Ity Sutiuua!, Uliio levee.
Cbampiun Three Sl:it'-.
Jotin Sprout, corner Twclttti and Lever.
K C rrl. Corner Ninth audCoium'-n.lal.
E N F K L PELIVEin open ,:M a. in.; close.
U W-; Sunday :
Money Order Depurimeiit open at 8 a. m.; clone.
"Aniu'li Et.re Malli- via IlliMoi Central and
":wiyL:: for Narrow Ottuue Kailroid rlo-ea at 8
'cira-d F.Tan'vUle Biver Route clou- at :)
ji. in. ci'iy (except Friday).
Trea;ir. r-Kr!:irJ Dewitiia
Clerk -D-nui J, Fol-r.
Coaii-elor-VVm. H. Gilbert.
b,AKII r AtKIMM.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, t. K. Wood
"Tblrd Ward -W. P. Wri.-ht. Egbert Smith.
Fiftti Wntd-T. W. llalllday. hrm-i-t B. I etttt.
Clrrult Ju.'xe-D. ' Huk'.-r.
Circuit CleV-J A. He.ve..
I aunty .lud '- !(. sv Wum.
County ,l. rk-S..Ii.ll imm.
County Atloriwy N . I . 1"";," , ,
Countv Trea-urer-Milei- W . 1 arker.
Mieriif- Ihn IMtfe.
Coroner-K. i-'!tz-"-'i.- .w'Hc'.v .1 A
Count Corumxiiterx-I. . U..K..
M dl'ibp. amii:'. ltriley.
a KltlCAN M. E.-Fourfent'i tr.-.-t. tv.een
A Walnut and Cedr tr.',.'l.: .:rvlc.' Sabbath 11
a. in. audT V'P- w.: Sunday school 1 ;f . ni.
CHKISTIAN-Eichteenth Mrwt: meeiini: Sab
j ba '.:! ": prewbliiioc..-a.ionally.
HflUll OK THE KEDF.EMEU-H Episcopal)
J Fourte-ntti meet: Sunday M-mini prayer.
iVrHI an..; evening' prayer. P- "ij.""0-'
.ctiool !' :: a. m. Friday evenit' prayer . : p. lu.
IflKST M1SSIONAKY HAITI ST CHrltCIl.
J" I'reacUina! at !: a. n... :l p. m.. and . : P; m.
!1lm;h tlux.l at T::V) p. in. Uev. I.J. Mu.r,
IUTHEHAN-Thirteenth .treetj ..Tvlre Suli
4 batn l:t a. m.; Sunilny nhuolJp in. l.ev.
METHODIST-Cor. Ei.'litb and Walnut 'reet;
I'reacbini! Sabbath n. m. and . p. m.;
prayer me-tln.'. Wednesday 7:t p. M.; Sunday
hebool, a. in. Her. Wbittaker. pator
IlKESBYTEI.IAN-Eiirbth Ktreet; preai l.lne nn
Sabbath ai 11 :U a.'m.iiiul 7;:p. m.; prayer
mretlue WrdneKilav at 7 : . m. : Sunday School
at ;i p. ni. Uev. 11. Y. Ueortfi'. putor.
CE0OND Vr.KE WILL BAPTIST -rifteeLth
O Htn-et. hteen Walnut and Cedar .treet., er
vicea Sabbath at ;l aud 7:-) p. t.
ST JOSEPH'S -(Bonian C .rVLollei Corner Cro.a
und Walnut fireetK: feri Sbbatli 10:;yia.
m ; Sunday Srhool at 'i p. m ; eper;lp. ni.jier
Vice., every 'day at & p.
OT. V M'KH'K'S Human Catholic Comer Ninth
O .treet a:id alili.-ton nveliue; aervlcea Nib
natli S and M a. in. ; Vei-per ') p. m. : Snudav seh.nd
t p. m. : nervice. every day at S p. m. Kev. i . .abel,
Obtained for new Invention, nr for lmprovement
oaold one.; for medical or other compound, trade
mark anil label. Caveat. Afli;ninint. Inter
ference. Appcul. Suit for Inl'mit'emeul. and
.all cae arising tinder the Patent Law, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have la-en
1)L 1 V1 by Oil! Patent (Illicit tnavtlll.
lifi) rAjl Ti 1' In mot cne. betliaited by
U. BelnB opposite the 1'. S. Piitent Departnieiit,
,n'd euaed In Pati'lit hm-inc exclusively, we can
make closer .earc.be. and secure Patent more
promptly, und w ith broader claims, than I hone who
are remo'te from Washington.
I TV VVTi ilJW " m"tlel or sketch ol
1 IN Tiil lVIIlo your device; we make ex
amination and advlse'a to patentability, free ol
charge. All correspondence strictly conlldentlal.
l'rtce low, and no charire utile Pn'iut is ..-cured.
We refer In Washington, to llo" Postmaster
(letieral I). M. K.-y, K-v. K. D.Power. The (lermnii
American National Hank, to omclul in the. t'. S,
l'ateut Olllce, and to Senator and Uepreeiitativc
In l''iisrres; and especially to our client in every
Mate In the I'nlon aud in Canada. AddrefJ
O. A. SNOW CO.,
Oppo.lte Puteut ottlce. Washlntttoti D. C
.MILL AMI COMMISSION.
' C A 1 1(0, ILLINOIS.
FLOUR, OKA IN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Uitfliest Cash Price Paid for Wheat,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
tr -MMrMrjyTuiut tiji"j
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Mollis and Chicago.
TJip Only Une Itiiniiiiisr Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making DI
KliCT CONNKCTIO.V with
K ASTERN LINKS.
Tiutsa Lr.AVK C'aiho:
:i:()iu m. Mitil,
Arrlvinuln Ht. Loul y.K, a.m.; Cbtcau'o. S::i(l p.m. ;
Connertlni! at Odin and Kftlui;bain for Clnclu
nntl, Loul. villi-, Indluuapoli and point. East.
1 t.m. Ht.J iOiiin mid WoHtorn
Connecting at hi. Loul for all point West.
,':!- p.m. J'imt .H:xpreH.
For St. I.nulu and chliai;o. arrlvini; at St. Loul
19: IS p.m., and Clilca;'o ":) ni.
1'JO p.m. ( 'iiicintifiti I0xpi'r8H.
Arriving at Cincinnati MS am.; Louisville 7:'
a in.: Indiauapoliii 4 :iai a.m. Pusencr hv
tin train reach the above point 1!J to Ill'j
llol'its u adiaucc ol uiiy other route.
J'ist Time Kasi.
PlKiiPIMViilv ''J' 1,m' C thronirb to I'.nst.
a 'i'"-"-,' 1 i rn point nitlioiit any dirlav
caused by Sunday lliterverlu. The Snturdiiv alter
noon traiu from Cairo nrrlve in m York Monday
morniuirat lo::r. T!ilri ix hour in advance iif
any otliei route,
itf't'iit tliruiijli tickets and further Information,
)p!k at Illinois Central Hutlroud li-pot.( airo.
TllAINS AIIKIYK AT CAIHO
JA. JOHNSON. J. II .IONF.S,
l f . Sontliern Aifeiil. Ticki't Auent,
W. P. J01l'iN.i,eu. Pasetper Aent.
..J:li p in.
.. VVI . lil.
,.1M a m.
CAIRO t ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. AV. MMITJIKItS, H(Htivor.
SIIOKTEST SHOUT LINE BETAVEEN
CAIKO AND ST. LCI'IS.
llitouirh ETpress leave Cairo b:4."ia m.
Tl.routfn Kxpres arrives at E. St Louis . S:iMp.m.
Through Ksjire.s leaves E. St. Louis.... :t:oi).m.
Throiieu Kxpre arrives at Cairo . . Vin p.m.
Vurphysljuroaecommndutiunlenve Cairo 1 :oy p.m.
llu'phvshoro Ace. arrivi- at Murphysboro ', p in.
Murphytoro Ace leaves .Vurphyboro .. 5:ia.ni.
M irphyboro Acc arrives at Cairo 11 :&u.ni.
The Cairo A St Loui Kail !!oad t the nnlv ull
HailUoute between Cairo aud St. Louis under one
niau:it'eineut, therefore th'-m an- no ilelavs at
way elation aw aiiini; ronioTtinns fiom other line.
( loe and snre connection at St. Louis w ith other
lines for North, East and West
J . A. N.U Ol.E. L. M. JOHNSON.
A'ent. lieneral Mauawr.
QHIO it MISSISSIPPI R'v
TIMi: TABLE- OK PASSKNCKI! THAI.NS FliOM
vim ksm:s i Nov. :!(. isTD.i
i Hay Etpres- iExe-pt miii lay)
li Epres i Except Siiudiiyi
I Niht Expres i Daily"
I : lo p. m
I p. m
l .':ia, in
u L .rir . i,t.
S Kxpres i Except Sunday) ....
1 Dav E.xpre i Except .s'nndav
I VI..,.. It. .11...
.llll !P I'llll.l
J I!. Ci.jtiiK. C. S. Conk, Jk.,
Aent Ylncenni". (1 -u. Ticket A't Cincinnati
. ... tt " a. m.
.... !i::mp. ni.
1 :.'.' a. ni.
gT. LOUIS, I. JI. .t S. Ifv.
M-tmkll V l I .i-l-:- : 1
( 'iiiro Time Tiibli'.
Texa-' Express ; Dally MTp. in
Connects at l harli-siiiii for I olumbiis .
Texas Ex)ires Dallv 'J m. m.
Ai'i'omniodation I Daily) 7::ip. in.
Olllce and Passenger Deiiot No. ,Vi Ohio Leice.
J. C. ZIMMKU. A;eut.
D. A.xtki.i.. Division Superintendent-.'
PHOrillETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wliolt-alo Deriloi" -in Ice.
ICE I1Y THE CAR LOAD OK TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Our l..o;ul.-- a fcrpeoiaitv,
() I-' ' I (.' K :
Cor. Twelfth Street und Levee,
WOOD AND COAL,
C AV. NV1IKKLKR,
Dealer III all kinds of
Coiil Wood. Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YAUD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington anil
IS V0LIU1L00D ITKE?
Xow till la an Inirtfirtunt ntlsllnn fur tvlllmnl
pure and wliolesoma blood there can be no nor-
U'ct health, and without
li GOOD UEALTU
ttlood lliu bewt tiH'dicIutj kuowu In
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It la the great Southern limn tried and irtio rein-
u) , anu may uu niipiiciliy rellea on,
WHEN EVEHVTHINO ELSE FAILS.
Tnkn II In tb. Ktislni. il.m. uu,..Miuiiu r..B im
pure lucretluna of tlm bin, id incidelit to that
easouui me year; UUH laKii It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scriifiiln l.lvus Ciunnl.Ui. xvn.lr.
lies., Hulls, Tumor. Swelling, aud the tbou-
auu ins nun conic rrom luipuiu blood.
JOHN P. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
COLLEOE PLACE, NEW VOHK.
fi) BAItC LAY BltOS.. Wliolenalo Aieuta..
"For siuklux ppell.
lit, dlziliers, palpi
tatlou ami low spirit
rely on Hop Hitters."
" Read of. procure and
use Hop plltcr. ami
you will be strong,
healthy aud happy."
"Ladle, doyoa want
Ho bn atrotiir. healthy
and beaiitirul? 'I heii
Use Hop Hitter."
"The jfrealnst ajipe
ll.er, slomaeh, b'ooil
and liver rufJlator
yer. Editor. Hank
ers and Ladles in-i-d
Hop Hitters dally.''
"Hop Hitter ha re
stored to sobriety mid
health. perfect wreck
"Sour stomach, sick
lieailaehe and diz.i
ties. Hup Hitters
curei, with a fw
"fUrt will be paid
for a rase that Hop
Hitter will not cu.e
or help "
"Hop Hitter liulld
up, strengthens and
from the flrst dose."'
'Kidney and I'rluurv
complaint of all
cured by Hop Hitter.
Hop Corim OcnK I
the sweetest, safest
ntid best. Ask chil
dren. The Hop Par for
Stomach, Liver and
Kidneys I superior
t i all others. Ak
D.I C I an abnolute
and Irresistable cure
for drunkenne, use
of opium, tobacco
All above sold hv
dru'is a. Hop DU
t e r s Jlaunfuctiiritij
Co., Kcx'liester, N. V.
ACt'TK OP. CHHOvIO
llanufacturcd ou!v under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC JiEDICIXK CO
OFPAP.IS AN 0 LEirZlU.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
iruarantied . Now exclusively used by ull celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple. Ilarmie" und Jieliuhlu Heniedv on both
continent. The hi'hest Medical Ac'ademv of
Pari renrt 10 cure out of loo case within three
day. Secret -The only dissoher of the poisonous
I'ric Acid which exists lu the Mood of libetimutic
und Oouty Patients. $1 a box: H boxes for $.").
Sent to any adJres on receipt of price. Indorsed
bv Physicians. Sold hv nil Orti'i-ls . A'ldres
WASHBURN & CO.,
On! Import'.'.-' Depot Hi Broadway, N, Y.
For Sale by HAKC'LAY liliOS.. and Drin'ists
il01ilJlA(.inn,a asthma cnti,
never fail to irive instant relief in the wors:
cae. and Insure comfortable sleep. A aiiiL'li
Ilia! will convince the most skeptical of It imme
diate. direct ni'd never failiut erlen . Price: !
and $l.ui. Of driii;i;lt or by mall. Sampli
Khe for stamp.
Dr. I! SlilKFMAN. St. Paid. M tin.
.lumnnuiKi r urn mm i iir npimmaiiii
The Only Remedy
Tn.T ACTS AT THE SAME TIME ON
and the KIDNEYS.
This combined action gives It wonderful power
to cure all diseases.
Wry .AaE we Sick?
Iiecaiisi) we ailow these erent onrans to become
cloB'.'eil or torpid, and poisonous humor are there
fore forced inio the blood that should be expelled
HILLIOI'SNESS, PILES. CONSTIPATION,
KIDNEY COMPLAINTS. I'UINAHY DIS
EASES, FEMALE WEAKNESSES
AND NEItVoi'S DlsoUDEKS.
by cnusinB rre action of the) oriran and restor
lti4 thoir power to throw oil' disease.
Why Suffer Billion pain anduohes?
Why tormented with Pile Constipation?
Why frightened over disordered Kidney!
Why endure nervous and nick headache!
hy have sleepless nlirbl?
I'se KIDNEY WOI!T and rejoice in Health.
It I a dry, vegetable compound and
One pacKiiKf will limbo six Ctmi't8 of Medicine.
Get It of your Druuvlst. he will order it Tor jm.
Price, Sl tW.
WELLS, WCHAItOSON CO., Proprietor,
Jkirlluy in, Yt.
i'8r0 Lurgc Oc
tavo l'll,'('K, witli
GENTS WANTED TO SELL
For Only 82.50.
ThlsKruud volnnia enibrace Mr. MOODY'S West
Sermon, n delivered in Cleveland ami St. Louis,
the result of two years liiird study.
THEY CAN HE OBTAINED NOW II EKE ELSE.
AnentH will find u rapid aale everywhere for this
Wjik. our lunii are nneiualed. Outfit $1. Send nt
once for this and benln the ennvn-. or addres for
circular. 11. s. oooDSPKED & CO.,
New York ur Ciuciuuntl.
O X IV
Dleaes which are produced by Loaa of Nervoui
Power, consequent Muculai Kelaxatlou, vl.:
Consumption. Bronchitis, Asthma,
Whoopiny Comfit, Aphonia. Conijh,
Nervousness, Mental Depression,
i Xeuralafia, Epileptic Fits,
St. Vitus Dance, Nervous Debility,
Chronic Diarrlirea, Lencorrhu'a,
Fever and A?ne, Mfrasmus,
D.Nsjiepsia, Dyptherctic prostration,
InterruptPil and Feeble Action
of the Heart.
Disease Produced by Overtaxing the Mind, by
Orlef or Anxiety, by Hapld (frowth, by Child
Imentm. by Insuilliient Nourishment, by
Kesldenct'in HottUimaleaor Unhealthy
Localllle, by Excesses, or by any
Irregularile of Life.
An endless chain of good effect I formed by
Fellow' Compound Syrup of Ilypophophile';
and we are safe In saying, from a limg experience
In medicine, It virtue hi-b not possessed by hii.v
lithe eonililtmtlon. NoTK He suspicion of pef
sous who recommend any other article a "just as
food," thoiiKh bearini; a similar name, ami of those
who offer th! cheaper priced urtiele. tylt is only
the Independent, well-posted aud unselfish physi
cians w ho can afford to prescribe this remedy. Kx
periecce ha proved thl. The hiehest das medi
cal men in every larye cltv. where it Is known, rec
onmend it. SOLD HY ALL DKl'OUTS'l's.
r i jr'vrTfflinpj
f jmihwi1!!' i mmnm it
PHYSiriAXS. CLERtiYMES AND THE
AFFLICTED EVERY WHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE
CUKE SICK HEA0ACI1
CUKE FEVEKand Au
CfliE HILIOrs CvLIC.
Cure KIDNEY Complaint
( L'KK TOKPID LlVEli
Dn Tfrr has succeed-
d in combininc in these
mils the heretofore an
'agonistic ijuaHli. of a
Mreujrt hen un;. Purgative
mil a PiiritviiiL' Tonic,
Their lirst apparent ef
fect is to increase tue np.
petite ny causluir the
lood to tiroperly asslml.
lute. Thus thes-.-steiii is
nourished, and by their
toute iictlou on the uljeti
live orcaus, recular and
lieu'.tby evacuation are
1 lie rapidity with
which the .person take
m tlesli while under the
influence of these pills.
indicate tneir auuplu
lilily to nourish the boil
y, hence their elllcacv in
nrini; nervous debility
aasllnir of the univics
'luUiilshnesH of the liver
iiiiiMirilnc health and
-tteni;th to the system.
ol il even-w here.
PlilCE 4". CENTS.
M Murrnv Street,
QAIROCITV FERRY CO.
On nndaflcr Monday, .tune 16, the bunt will make
the ioilowin; trips:
LEAVES LEAVES I.EAVK9
Foot Fourth t Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
s a. m. s:W a. m, a. m.
M a t'i. i'f.W a. m. 11 a. m.
i p. tn. i: V) p. in. s p. m.
I p. m. 4:) p.m. !i p. hi.
. p. m. 3:) p.m. : p. in
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whliii. taken ultou -ther. will be of the most servlco
to tile liir.jesi iiuniber I J oil it niro couciiideil t tint
I could have Imt one work for a public library,
and seled a complete set ol Harper's Mouthlv."
wilt. us FlIANl is aiiam. Jr.
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LiVKiirooL, March 13, 2 r, m.
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lis 7d. Corn New 5s O.'d.
NEW YOKK OKAIN.
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LATEST RY TELEGRAPH.
A M0H1US0.N CLl'B AT MT. VE11SON.
Mt. Vernon, III,, March 12. A meet
ing of the Democrats w;i9 lu-ld here to
night to take preliminary steps toward or
ganizing a William R. Morrison club, with
a view ol assisting in securing that dis
tinguished gentleman's nomination for the
presidency ly the Cincinnati convention.
R. A. I). Wilbanks was made president and
John Q. Harmon secretary. Dr. Walter
Watson, Capt. Geo. V. Yost, C. L. Hayes,
T. J. Casey and Geo. M. Ilayues were ap
pointed a committee to report a more
thorough system of organization. The
meeting adjourned to meet again on the
lNTKU-0( EAMC CANAL.
Washington, March 12. The withdraw
al of Senator Gordon's resolution for a se
lect committee on an inter-oceanic route
docs not nieiin that th. rjunstion u so litt'.o
thought of that the senate would not ap
point a special committee. The failure to
obtain such committee was owing more to
personal jealousies and some bad feeling
than anything else. The subject is being
discussed a great deal among senators aud
members. It is said the friends of the
Xicaraguan route are now going t,o support
Capt. Eads. Certain it is that of late the
latter's plan his grown rapidly in favor in
as awkcl tu.uildy. i
Maukupield, Mo., March 12. News
from a reliable source reached here to-day
of a terrible tragedy which recently oc
curred in the southern part of Howell
county, this state. An old man had drawn
a pension, nud $$00 ot the money remained
in his possession. He resided on a farm
with his two grown daughters. He had
gone from homo and left the money, $400
with each of his daughters- Atiout dark
of the night of the murder a stranger ap
peared and desired lodging tor the night.
The young ladies
EXPLAINED Til Kill LONELY CONDITION
and refused to entertain the stranger, lie
persisted, and being quite an elderly man
of good nppearnnco, the young ladies final
ly consented to let him remain. At bed
time the young ladies repaired to their
apartment in the second story and left the
ohl gentleman to sleep in a room below.
In the latter part of the night he was
awakened by a noise upstairs as if some
one were strangling, and being tfriuod with
a revolver, he proceeded cuiitioiisly up the
stairs and to the door of the room in
which the young ladies had retired. When
at the iloor of the room he discovered
THE KOIIM OK A MAX
in the room, and at about the sume time
Hit! man discovered him, started towards
him and struck at him with a knife but
missed him. Then the old man tired aud
the intruder fell dead. The old man then
rushed out of the house, heard chickens
crowing and ran in that direction until he
came to the house where he found a woman
sitting by the lire. He explained his mis
sion and what he had done. The woman
said, "That isiuy husband and the uncle ol
the girls; bo went there to rob them."
The stranger took a fresh scare, and
STAUTKO ON A HUN
to find another house, which lie did in
about half a mile. The neighborhood was
alarmed and a posse gathered, and before
daylight they were tit the scene of the
The uncle was found dead on the Iloor
with the eight hundred dollars in ono hand
nnd the knito in the other. The two younir
ladies woro found in bod with their throats
cut. The villainous uncle obtained en
trance by means of a ladder through ouo of
the. upper windows.
Mothers I Motueiis!! Motiikhs!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by o sick child Buffering and cry
ing from the excruciating pains of cutting
teeth? If so, go nt once and get a bottle
of Mrs. Wmslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immcdiatly
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at onco that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one ot the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
THE SAFEST PLACE.
Detroit Kreu Pre.
Mr Chorlcs Francis AJuais, nathemat
ioally maintains that the people are safy
traveling on the railroad than going up and
down Btairs in the house. The family in
Philadelphia, whose servant fell the other
day while carrying a tray of dishes down a
slight flight of steps from tho dinning
room had her jugular vein fatally severed
by a piece of broken chiua, begin to think
Adams is ri'dit.
Is Yocii Hajk Falli.no on Ti'kmmi
G hay? "London Hair Color Restorer," the
most cleanly and delightful article ever in
troduced to the American people. It is
totally different from all others, not sticky
or gummy, and free from all impure in
gredients that render many other prepara
tions obnoxious. It thickens thin huir, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruff, causing the hair to grow where it
has fallen off or become thin, does not soil
or stuin anything, and is so perfectly and
elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting
hair dressing and toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druggists
at 7.'3 cents a bottle, or six bottles for $4.
Principal Depot for United States, 330
North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
CURIOUS HISTORY OF A LOCKET.
A friend of mine traveling in Australia
was walking in Melbourne one day when a
friend with her enquired whether she had a
locket on when she came out. Mrs. Dunn
replied that she had, and putting her hand
to her throat, missed it. She retraced her
steps, and searched carefully, but no tract
could she find. She also advertised and of
fered a handsome reward; but it was of no
use, and she returned to England soon
She happened to have occasion !o go to
Southampton, and while walking out, saw
in a shop window a locket, tho facsimile
of the one she lost. She entered the shop,
and asked to look nt it closer, aud inquired
if it opened. The woman said it did not.
But Mrs. Dunn pressed a spring, nnd there
was the face of a son she had lost, and in
whose memory she bad tho locket made.
Upon her chiming it, the woman said that
u soldier's wife, just come from Australia,
had sold it to her, saying bIio had picked
it up in Melbourne streets.
A GENERAL TEXT.
A well known Georgian, while traveling
in Liberty county, recently, met n lame ntT
gro preacher in the road and stopped him
for a talk.
"Butler," said the gentleman, "I see that
you have your Bible in your hand ; are you
going to preach to-day?'"
'Well, what is your text?"
"Well, sah, I aint took no tex' cz yit."
"What! no text? Don't you prepare
"No, sah, not 'xnctly."
"Why, Butler, I never saw a minister that
did not write, or think over his sermon."
'Dat's wrong, sah.
says, "Open yo
do Scriptur"' De Bible
mouf an' I will rill uni."
"But then there are somo mighty big
"Yesser, dat's so dat's so sho.'
"Well, you haven't taken any text; what
do you intend to do to-day?"
"Well, sah, I jes specs ter-day for tcr
play 'roun1 'mong de Psalms. Ex.
SitiiEWDNEss and Aiui.itv Hop Bitters
so freely advertised in nil the papers, secu
lar and religious, are having a largo sale,
and are supplanting all other medicines.
There is no denying the virtues of the Hop
plant, and tho proprietors of these Bitters
have shown great shrewdness and ability
in compounding a Bitters, whose virtues are
so palpable to everyone's observation.
Examiner and Chronicle.
Nothing cm exceed the folly and stupid
ity ot those who stiluitit to the pangs of the
various forms nnd eomplieations of rheu
matism and gout, by which they are tortur
ed and disabled, when thev can, by ouo or
two application, of Giles Liniment Iodide
Ammonia, obtain instantaneous and perma
Giles' 1'ii.i.s cures headache.- Sold by
all druggists. Send for pamphlet. Dr.
Giles, 120 West Broadway, N.. Tri.it
size 23 cents.
Buown'b Hoi'seiiolu Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken tho blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
nnd thereby more certainly relievo paiu,
whether ch route or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and il is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in tho side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and. is the great reliever of paiu,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should be
in every family. A toaspoonful of the Pan
acea m a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), takeit at bed time, will break
up a cold. 2." cts. a bottle.
Mint Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfius
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, nnd found to bo abso-
'lutcly sure In eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-live cents box.
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