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VUJbU3U!i All. CAIRO' ITjTJVftTS WFlYVFQnAV i7.UTTTn OTinmnu
The People's Holiday!
Ten Times Greater and Better than any other Show Travelin
pit-: brtA i
WiT ' . svi J
!1i4vrl at S '?,73
"fecit the wort i thronirh. stare n oceans' depth.
(,l -.; this inimitable air,
(limb rnouEtiln top, or sweep
The vault'-d vasima f,fth t.l..in
Vet you shailtlnd no marvel great as this.'
P. T. BARNUM'S
OWX AM) OXLY
Greatest Show on. Earth
Kor the Season of with Its
HOSTS OF NEW FEATURES
in every a.-partment oflts Vmi Mus.-uro
Immense M.'Bai?eries. Rea-ulftM A
Al)Vl,Hmv . ,i. . ' "iV0 h Du,17 ,1" At:i!E; 1' WATtKPIiuoK TENTS or ONE Pit". E OF
ii - i. r ; Vn " "!'' of " l"prkw.r It ..fciy d.-f!.s C ompetit ion tud t" lug be-
yond rhalry, It recoi., , no Oi-pontion. It h new ou in. cxteive Annual Tour nc.l wiiiVii i in
OAUiU, limrsday, A. ::rtl, Afternoon and Eveuin
EVEHYTHINO ADVKI'.TISED U PJ, f!E EXHIHITEI). evcrv l.oof. horn anl f.athnr evrv Rrlml
jtvry novel attraction. bd.I the Kt'Lt, Phi .(.KAMMK a tr-..-i',-.l 'n w York HM.'ni-'Vn r i? , '
8..rleandtlriu. In ihtir entirely and positively WI I'EOl'T CI ltTAILM ENT -eJ-
TOEX 1 A.HXmi COMES
V ou may see tbe moot famous aud accomplished Lady RMera In the world, Incliidltie
Madame D.Kkiill in her Tlirilliiiff act on -I-and 6 lian ltiu k Hors.
M k n 1 V V M 1 UTtt I r.,M n..n... t . .
.-.a..x u , ... iiuuj fieri i u i. iu i7 ur e jinH'rf ri m i s w vi I ii'P, -...-t--. l-. j . t- t
,1-SUN, SIONUKU MAKCtLLl'S. i! LLK LEONE, M AUAME XtYtiA H I
Voa vt 111 i-ce
1 1 U N U 1 1 K 1) S O F ' K W FK VT r I J : fj
Added t the principal attraction of former eaon. Among the moat notable may be namel
Vaeem; MAUA1IE NELSON
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Bn. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "lor all
the ills that flesh is heir to." hut in fr...
tions of the Liver, and all Ilillinii mm.
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
ureases oi tiiat character, they stand vitli
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVEli.
No hotter cathartic can be used prepay
tory to, or after takins auinino.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The L'enuinc aro never suirar-coatcd.
p:ach box has a red -wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLaxk's Liver Fill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
jicjjAne ami t I.EMIKO linos.
I'Insist upon having the genuine Dn.
u. jiclaxe 8 L.IVKK Tills, prepared by .
FLEMIJIG BROS., Pittsbnrjrh, Ta.
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, R)elled differently but same
NEW SERIES NO. 73.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Testimonial to 3Ir. Fellows.
"IVE, theunder-lsned. clersymen of the Metho-
clist Church lu Nova Scotia. bavlnr nud the
preparation known a KELLOW 'fl C'OStPOl'XD
SYRLP OK IlYPOI'HOsPIIITES, prepared by
Jir james I. bellows. C'bemUt. St. John, N. B, or
Bitiuunosn caeca v. Herein lis eflectn were bene
ficial, believe It be a relluble remedy for the dia
euj.e forwhicb it m rccommendct.
JAMES G. HENNKiAR,
Pres. of Conference
JOHN M..XIL ItKAV,
Ex-Pwa. of Conference.
WM. S ARGENT.
JOHN A. MOSIIER,
JOHN W. HOWIE,
STEPHEN K. IIL'ESTIS,
ALKX. W. NICHOLSON,
CRANSWI K JOST.
COMPOUND SYRUP OP HYPOPHOS-
Speedily and'Dermanentlv enrea conireatlon of
the ltinL'. bronchitii.. conpiimption. nervous Croi!-
tration. ahortuen of breath, palpiialion of the
heart, trernblluirof the ban i and llmb. Dhvulcal
and mental depreMion, loss of appetite, losa of en-t-rsry,
lose of memory, and will rapidly improve tbn
weakened fanctions and organ of too body,
which depend for health upon feml-voluntary and
involuntary nervous action, It actf with vigor,
Kentk-ucfs and subtlety, owing to the exqniaito
harmony of it- ingredient, akin to pure blood It
self lit taste is pleasant and its etlecta perm a-m-nt.
Look out ttr the name and add-ea. I. FE.r.
LOWS. St John, N., on tbe yellow wrapper in
watermark, which eeeu by toldlng tbe paper
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
angels hcr on earth.and leave nothing but
no Bounu or musio, If any one does not
hnlinvn tlmf I. i.
w is iuuoi saxaphones,
wo arc ready to discuss that matter at
length next week. Mr. C. W. Brewster
the great ventriloquist and humorist, with
his puppet family, and Chas. Duncan,
Chicago market. muracier vocaiisr, nnus n easy to make
Chicago, September 2 1, 10 a, m.- n lorsct that stocks" ever get soft. Tho
Pork-November, $13 m Junuary . , 8 " .y Csn,J' in ek!,nt uiifrms,
io noi . v,w "i iim Mna mat lias ever
I visirn.l mi iut. T i
r, l i i.. o v.y. ii ,a uiHjuuiie cnancesoi
Vl""-uau'"!ri i, ' oepwmucr, wk a life time, and ihn n..n
November, 41. does not attend will ! a!. w
i f w ,i ion
uats-uctouer, 29; September, 20;V, draw especial attention to the parade of tlm
Wheat -October and November, 93. niilitaiy baud which forms such a stron"
outside feature of the Bergors Company
una senwn. it contains a peculiar nn.l
ft ...- i . . .
liiicaoo, aeptember 21, 13 m.- valuable strength which no traveling band
Pork-October, $17 75; Nov. $13 00; cver haJ. each performer being a soloist on
Ms particular instrument. The band is
supplied, at great expense, with a gorgeous
and attractive British Uniform, and will bo
seen in a parade on our principal streets at
v. m., on tho day of their nerformaneo.
Corn October. aflSif. -MATtrnT,. A i k
i o i winuuu n;
beptember, 54 'g.
Oats-October, 2958; November
SftitGhV.! Rntnml,n. ont'
' II I ia hntirl u itM,l il. i
Wheat-October. 03U: Novemhr fl;v. J j . ,.! " . mu sluliIul "aaersnip
Sentember. fli " " ' "a,uuw. w wjoys a nation-
- i --o- ai rennt'itiiMi na .... i .1 .
i - ivau'.-i mm director or
j the celebrated Flint City (Mich.) Baud.
Livekpool, Sept., 21, 2:00
Theat and corn unchanged.
A. M. E. CONFERENCE.
An examination of candidates for admis
sion to the High School will take place at
tne mgii bcliool room on Monday, the 27th
lost., at 9 o clock. Any who desire to en
Tcesday Morxixo, Sept. 21. ter the ni'h School at the opening of th
At 9 :S0 a. r., the Conference opened. 'ear an(1 who do nt hold certificates of ad
I'.t. Rev. Bishop T. JI. D. Ward, I). D.. in mission should be present at that time.
tho chair. Pupils of the lower irrade
Devotioual exercise was conducted bv be rr0111ted, and who feel that ther are
Rev. J. Williams, of the California Confer- t,l0roug''ly prepared for it, will be exam-
ence, by sing.ng p. 403, reading 13th chap. ined 00 Tuesday, the 28th iust., at the same
corr. aua prayer. piace ana beginning at the same time.
Tl-IA CVnfl.. nnl1n.1 Al. .! . ..... I IriinfTOfa tl. 1.. ...
iiv uwutuuj taueu tiio run aau au the """"a1" " who were not con
i . i . . .
oreturen answered to their names. uccieu wim tiie schools last veai, but who
Minutes of the previous day's proceed- intt'aa ro enter them at tho beginninc of
.,.r. ... 1 I . . ... I 4hn !... 111 -1 .
ua wore reau oy tne tseeretary and ap- lUK Wlil pieasc come to the llizh
proved. ftcnool room at 9 o'clock on Wednesdav.
Rev. G. C. Christburg, of the Arka"sas SePtem'er 29, to be examined and assigned
Conference, was introduced to the Confer- to t,ieir proper grade and room.
ence. On Ihursdav. Fridnv nn.f Snhir,! cn
Rev. Ricks, of the First Baptist Church: tember 30 to October 2, all the teachers
Rev. W. T. Whittaker, pastor of the A. M. wlj0 liave Ueen engaged for the comin"
L. Church.and Rev.B. W. Arrnett, Financial 'car wil1 be examined whether they hold
secretary ot the A. M. E. Church, were ?n. certmcates or not.
hl thrilling aensa
"any f the
Th- Ib.a inM...Un nf I ..nil..,. H..... ,....1 V t .. . .. ........ . .
.... ,,, ilii.Ml.n.,ni nirs, iu uer it 1 Ml AEhlAl. D1VF rn Fine-
bvsool", crosimjllie inimens.-pavillon on lm b tK EAOLE
SIV.J V sl'liitrn u-rn u-iul-
ilountlnu to the topmost helcht ol the pavilion, from wbich'sbe makes her AERIAL HE DFORTMok;T
Dl E into space, and is ait. rward SHOT I ROM AN ENOR.MOl S CAN NON
WHILST BAENUM COMES
WHEN J3 A HXUM COMES
Yen may see hi wonderful troop of 'iO TRAIN EI) STALLIONS, to which have been .l,t..d - tunim-rii
TRICK STALLIONS, and the WODERKIL K I R K -1 1 0 R SB "SAL A a N D E I i .
VV JUJN UAK JN JM COMES
Yon may soo the Ueatitiful I'erformlyj Slau "LANDSEER "
WHEN BARNUM COMES
on may admire and wonder at his
YOKE OF PERFORMING OXEN,
rumHarH-.wauucTum.miiB, iniKs eic. periortuvu by thotnunt tntulUfffnt trulned
WHEN BAENUM COMES
You will see and admlro
MADAME NELSON AND HER FLOCK OK TRAINED DOVES
9 WHEN BAENTJM COMES
VV HJiJN J3 A.11N CJM COMES
HENB ARNUM COMES
WHEN BAENTJM COMES
Yon win ., Pw.... "-JW
10,000. ""iiumg Aaveriiiou ana ten times more. Suatlng capacity of Exhlbltlo
thi MLT,?AtnrfnM(1 6:'',rt pim f'Tformnncea at 9 and 8 p m thin gMm an bonr and a
,hf .? .',n".?'Il(,.?.nd M-um before the evenlnir tierforniuu eebeJlnH" K'v,"8'n nonr''l
" K'eenis. t'lilldren nurtr nl.m. 1. .If nslrp. H,,..,...! u.... M .
... . 14 wvu,B to.i.s exirn
ifl urounda and lit tho
.ory, pries recent,
I'lirroiimllnir tlm iiKi.t
rhn iiv I, I lilt I.... A.u .,
PAIL 0, SCH UK'S DRUG STORE.
iiwrt.bWo'l,?11 ,nd lhCr' "i" ,0 ivold crowd ln "'"'"If dvl.ei to attend tbe .n
ACURSION TRAINS ou all Railroads oU the
Will exhibit la DoQrjom Spt. tta, ni.Evn.L Sept. SJta.
TUB, LI ( K OK DAHNTIM. u,.ii. r:.V.""'iV
tent. PrlraROpdi.u Hnih , .,... "' """"en. ' i iww. wm ne lor aalu on t
.i.7 rn,,:. : r "ni win o ion atie.et oniee on tho Hi. nf
-.v Ul lunula auu neaerrea seals ut lliu usual a
day of Exhibition at
'Noone can be sick when tbe stomach, blood,
liver and kiduera are healthy und Hop Bitter
seep lucm so.
'The creatot Bcuri'hlns tonic, atipetlzer.
fireugineuer hlu curauve ou cann ttop timers
"It is Impossible to remain long sick or out
of health where Hop Iiitters. areased."
'WhvdoHop liltter cure so muchV '-Be-dans
they jive cood digestion, rich blood, and
healthy action of all the orfaus.''
"No matter what your feelings or ailment is,
Hop Hitters will do you trood.''
'R.!meml)er,IIop Iiitters never does harm, but
?ood, always aud continually.".
"Purifv the blood cleanse the stomach and
sweeten the breath with Hop Bitters."
"Quiet nerves and balmy sleep iu Hop Hitters"
"Nohealih with Inactive liver and urinary or
gans without Hop Hitters."
Hop Hitters H.-in it fiictur ins Com pan r. Roches
ter. New York and Toronto, Ontario.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRl'GUISTS.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue aud Eighth Street,
F. Bnoss, President
P, Nkpp, Vice-President.
H. Wrixs, Cashier.
T.J, Kkutu, Asistant Cashier.
F. Bross. Cairo: Willi nm kll.n.l Piln,
Peter Ned, Cairo: 'William M-nir 'i-.i,,,.'
r. M. Onterloh. C)a ro: R I. nilliiiiiUv i.
. Mllv, w, 1( v.iumsou, vaieuonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE
Erchature aold aud bought. Interest paid In the
Sav nts Department. Collections made and ail
""'" (iiumpiiy uiiouaeu to.
The Simplest, Surest ami Most Reliable
Pure Distilled Extract of WITCH HAZEL,
Carefully prepared; Thoroughly reliable: Full
atrencth: andeoual In nt l.nin,. .L 'f .V. 1
. ,. ,.., ,,F,, swuuiiiKB, cua iRns, cuts.
JL'IS11: l:i,rn"-'";l'. "eald-bead. piles' "all rhennj
sKineruimons. sorneyea, aoro mouth, neiirulcia.
p1;o,rlfUX ,redNUmt'rU,1 il-oatJlSJli
qiiart,",$l. boUU'"Bcu,1,i P'ut bottles, 50 cenU;
FIFTY CKNT8, CO
Fnll IJoji. bottlon. BsstCombliiatlon.
Rlsley's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With Hypophosptiltei Lime aud Soda, tvithPepslne
It la hlcrblv reromiiinnit,.,! I... ..
most elV,(,ual and "reHab e iy S?'r" nahV
iituivii. i ieasai.i to rake. An. i..
traduced to tho Conference.
Reports were next in order.
The following brethren reported their
cnarges: . .
Pwt. E. C. Freemau, Minneapolis, Mir.-
Rev. W. R. Alexander, Clarinda. Iowa.
Rev. T. .Myers, Dubuque and Clinton,
Rev. T. Johnson, Racine. Iowa.
Rev. T. A. Cheek, Mount Pleasant, Iowa.
uev. Lewis Alexander, Pontiac, Illinois.
iiev. A. Simons, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
Kev. A. Perkins, Monmouth, Illinois,
Rev. N.J. McCracken, Springfield Mis
Rev. W. J. Rcmlmrt. Ottumwa, Iowa,
Rev. W. Lee, Carbondale, Illinois.
ri a m
nev. a. I. Hail, AYest Side Mission,
r,i. ! . . '
At this juncture the report of the A. M.
lu. Church Book Concern was preseuted.
it was referred to a committee-.
The report of the Committee on Station
lcruics ana Hussions was next read, and
nuoptea by sections.
I he tune arriving to adjourn, the doxol-
ogy was sung. Benediction by Rev. B. E,
iUissiounry meeting to-night at Rick's
Chapel, coiner Fifteenth and Walnut. Coir
ducted by Rev. J. M. Townsend. Financial
Secretary of Home and Foreign Missionary
Society of A M. E. Church.
Schools reopen Monday, October i.
G. G. Alvord,
Eighth street, between the avenues, has
been prepared to receive the layer of rock
and gravel which, it was expected, would
be here when needed. In being a section of
BARNUM'S STREET PARADE.
The Hartford Times sava: Th
parado was begun at 0 o'clock, and passed
through the principal streets. A crowd
witnessed tho array of glittering vehicles
as they were formed in lino. Gen. Water
man, as he is styled, tho oldest circus man
in the United States, headed the proces
sion. Then camo the gorgeous band
chariot with music, followed by Prince
Neygaard and his twelve trained stallions
There were tho chariot of Neptune, glitter
ing with gold and spangled tinsel; the
chariot of the Golden Orgau'of lenrji, or
automatic military baud, twwal U fifty
musician.' Queen Mab's jeweled coach,
drawn by sixteen midget ponies; tho char-
ot ot chimes of bells; tho chariot calliope.
with steam music; tho chariot of Ursa, aud
many other chariots. Then there were the
cannon from which Mile. Zazel is to bo
fired horizontally a distance of sixty feet,
a herd of white and black camels, and a
pair of dromedaries.
There was a lively sale of tickets all thn
forenoon at lung's cigar store, manv re
ferring to pay the slight advance demanded
than to run their chances in the crowd nr
the ticket wagon on the grounds.
Tho streets from 8 o'clock this moraine
were crowded with thousands, all the rail
roads bringing in packed trains. Tho
steamboat also came up loaded down
with people, while the influx of people
from the country by their own conveyances
was something very large.
liarnum s Greatest Show on Earth will
visit Cairo to-morrow. Ladies and those
who desire to avoid tho crowd at the ticket
wagon may secure tickets and reserved
seats, at the usual slight advance, by ap-
inying at raui u. Schuh's drugstore.
TnE Voltaic Belt r.-i r.
MICH. ill send their pelchmti..)
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon HO davs
triAl Snr.o.I.. .
-j.j vuics guaranteed, iner
mean what they sav. Write to th
FACTS TIIAT WE KNOW.
If you are sufferinc with a
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption'
loss of voice, tickling in tho throat, or any
affection of the throat or lunrm w i-,
Dr. King's New Discovery will give you
immediate relief. Wo know of Lumtred;
of cases it has completely c.tm.l. mi fhni
where all othcv medicines h.y.d failed. No
ouier remedy can show one-half as manv
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Dn. Kino's New Discov
ery will cure you of Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, Consumption, severe Cou"hs
and Colds, Hoarsness. tr nnv Thmnfa
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo. E
O'Haras drug store,Cniro Ills., you can cet
n (ri'nl l.,iiL . . t? i P
street that is more used.both bv nedest
and vehicle of all kind, tl.-m , ft,. a tnal bottle 'ree of cost, or a regular rih
street in the city, excepl, pe O ' (2)
Lcvec, it was decided to pave it first with
a layer of rock and spread the rjravel over WORTALESS STUFF.
this so as to establish a permanently firm Not 80 fast my fed; if you could see tho
highway with facilities for draining nf 6 1C!llthV blooming men, women
sue,, . cl,,c.e, ,a. suA,cc S J . .S'
mignt always present a solid resis- by tho use of Bop Bitters, you wonld say
tenco to teams of every descrintion. "Glorious and invaluble remedy." Sec an-
t i i . ti -
In pursuance of this plan the "rade of the Rr C0Iumn- imauclplua Press.
street has been lowered about a foot and
everything made ready for laying the stone Couons. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
pavement. But the stone has not arrived are u.a,od auViUltllSc to alleviate cough,
The nerson wh.n rlf,- n.. . i D' "'nmi, imarseness ana oroucli al alfec
ii.c person, whose duty it was, under an tions. For thirty years these Troches have
agreement with the city, to furnish said been in use, with annually increasinir favor.
stone, has failed to furnish it aud. now that T,icy are not new and untried, but. havim
I A. . .a. 1 I 1 . ' O
the recent rise in the river has nan,1 "tua. asaa "i wiae Rna constant use for
I nnii PI if an utif . I l
away, can not furnish it if he would. In Sl
this PmnrTpnnv flm oi'ftr il. .::... :i . -....l- - a: "b
a-- - """'wuiua uiitrui aiuwiu remeuies m 1110 B!?0.
abandon the idea of placing a layer of The TiiROAT.-"Brown's Broncldnl TW
stone under the gravel, and treat Eighth cll.es" act directly on the organs of the
street as Commercial avenue was treated
that is, give it only a heavy layer of gravel
semuied at Kick's Chapel. Devotional ex
ercises conducted by Rev. B. W. Arrnett
j. luauuiui secretary oi a. M. E. Church
Hymn from page 18. Rending Isaiah and
Rev. JW. Malone, President of the Mis
siouary society, introduced Rev. J. M.
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
uisoiuersoi tne throat and larnvi. p?.
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
irom coin or over-exertion ot the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
peaners ami singers find the Troches useful.
tV Cough, Cold, Catahrii of sora throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable June- dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
.uiu,B';iy Kive hjiil-i. llllltatlOUS flrC Oth.r-
I't for H.'iln. niiinir nf vuli.'l,
..in i . . I .......j ... . .mi,.! uiu luiuriuuH.
will neccessanly become almost impassable. The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
it is now impossible to secure rock or gravel sold only in boxes.
from tho places the contractors expected to
furnish it from the water being too low
But alas for the fallacy of human room
ings, that too, is rendered impossible be
cause of the as yet unexplained failure on
:30 P. M.-Tho A. M. E. Missionary as- th par.t of the co,ltractor Mr. Chas. Mollis,
.uiuisii mo necessary gravel, i iio street,
as it now is, may do very well so long as
we liavo no long, slow rains no melting
snow, etc., but when either ot these come it
Tub. Pi iiritfvf'ir 'Kmni.tv-n . . .. ......
rr.. . , . .. f n....s fi o., e - i """"" vv ins
leseutea to tne congregation the 1 t s 1 u uar "rawing jnuiiskry Hie following Is an extrac
missionary cause by some very powerful
Rev. B. W. Arrnett was next introduced.
His remnrks were also very appropriate for
more than a tew feet of water. Wo
left to tho alternative then
waiting until tho next rise
arc irom a letter written to tlio Uerman Refo in
0H Messenger, at C'nambersburgh, Penn:
U I Tnuf rimm flw. I...- i ir
.1 ....... I u ..... ..... .. iiiu V.WVI iui iiur. uiiu nirs.
tne river, which will bo sometime U'inslow will prove the American Florenc,
next year, or, of securing gravel Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
elsewhere, perhaps at Island No. 1. We uro 80 sur' t,mt wo wil1 ch ow "Susyo,
At 3 p. m. Rev. G. I. Christburg, Arka, A f'!"1U tiU' that.thifl h.lX her SIRS SeS J!
irs wotua come to pass, and were not ing, colicking, and teething seigc. Mrs.
..--n-.. i .... lp...r.,:
.... vuuichwc i ;oo n. m. K0V. 1J. VV. Arr. " " ........ vu ,,;,, Uu neiu uu. ini'. COllCklllf?. nml font in ir on r,n Af.
nett. backward to make known our tears in this Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the'
Festival at School's Hall this evening regard. But wo met tho blundering op- ciuid irom pain, and cures dysentery and
position of persons upon whoso toes wo were i'S",. 11 8ofton8. gums, reduces
TIIE BERGER3. not treading aud who denounced us In this
Tho Burlington Ilawkeye says: "This ca9' as they llt iu ni08t a11 othl'rs' fr0I
troupe appeared before a Inm.. nn.l ruiii. ,,uu,l ,u,w 801110 onu "ust oear the
vated audience last nio-ht. whieh .nnmni. blniuo' Thoro 18 00 shirkin tlw responsi-
ated tho entertainment more hichlvthan an bility' find nog0(1 cxcusocan,inouriudgo.
... 1!.... ... "
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carrva
the infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what sites
lroiesscs to periorm, every part . of it not
ing less. YYo have never Boon Mrs.
Wiuslow know her only throuch tho
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
1 un IUewa.iko(Btumuch.
audience had done any troupe in this city ' , 01 ,'red fo' the n("-perforuiauce Children Teething." If we had tho power
wu wuuiu umriu ucr, as eno l
savior to tho infant raco.
druggists. S3 cents a bottle.
for a long time. Tears do not alwavs bo of 811 obltgntioa which is likely to turnout wo would mako her, as she is. a physical
o, .l.,i.! ... .1... i. . . .. i . savior to thn Infnnf rnen ' 9.-.1.1 V... .11
ou m-iiuiiumui iu uiu llllLTL'SIS una n-onorn - " uum
tnlAH tAi'MH, -...1 IP I . . f 11
.unvuDuiiun, una 11 iust nignt our eyes
were not as dry as a miser's pocket we do
not wish it thought wo wore not, just tho
same, tho happiest mortal then in boots,
Miss Etta Morgau plays a Saxophone just
as we always dreamod that female angels
would after tho transfiguration which takes
wavy everything that is earthly trom these
comfort of tho citizens ot Cairo.
How different aro tho aldermen of CIpva.
land from thoso of any other city 1 In a re
port In the Plaindcalor, we find that "Al
derman Blank aroso and made a tew sensi
ble remarks. Can he bo hired to remove
to Detroit i Detroit Free Press.
"Malt Bitters" are Brain. Nerve and
Bloood food, peculiarly adapted to, and
warmly recommended by our dniiririgta
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Emaciation and