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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
I ENTERED AT TUB POST OKFICK IN CAIRO, IL
J L1N0I8, AS SECOND-CLASS MATT En.
f , OFFICIAL PAPEK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Krnert II. Thielwkp, Citv Kdltor.
) Only Morning Dally In Southern Illinois.
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! QHlckl I'mtcr nt tin- City of Cairo.
TABER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 128 Commercial avc., Cuiro, III.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Sinxit Orri. i
Caiso, Ill..Srit. Si. io (
Time. Bar. Ther. Ham. Wind. Vel Weather.
10 " J
ip. m., ').
Maximum Temperature. TJi; Mlulaain Tern
perntnre. 57: U.iinfall u.0 Inche.
River 11 feet if icctius. Kino 7 inched
W. U. HAY.
Sera't Slirnal Corv. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu this column, fire cents per line, each
The undersigned will, on and after
Way 1st, be prepared to turnbh our citi
zens a first rate quality of ice cream,
equal ia every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This creain is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at $1.23 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Robert Hewett,
SEPTEMBER 7TII TO OCTOBER 9TK.
The Illinois Central railroad will sell ex
cursion tickets at greatly reduced rates.
This is the only route running two daily
trains. The only line that runs sleepers
through from Cairo to Cincinnati without
change. . J. Johnson, Gen 1 Agent.
J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent.
A first class family horse, sound and
ccntle, one of the best in the city, good in
any place, will be sold at a low figure.
Apply to Frank Kratky, Lnion batery.
Madame Floyd has opened a day school
it Turner hall, where she hopes to be pat
nronized. Special success assured in mathe
.matics. Latin. French and music. Terms
The War among Boo'land Shoe Deal-
,.ers is raging, but it is generally conceded
that the best place to buy is at 0. Koch's
shoe store, where always will be found the
largest and best stock of custom hand-made
boots and shoes lor the lowe-t prices. We
are daily receiving new. goods, and doubt
Jess carry the largest stock of custom-made
goods in this city, of the best manufacturers
For bargains call at t. Kocli, ro. w torn
mercial avenue, between 5th and Oth streets
GARLAND BASE BURNER.
The heaviest and handsomest heatin
stove ever offered in this market, for soft
coal, also, same pattern for hard coal, a
favorite with all who have tried them. New
arrivals of everv variety ot stoves tor th
Call trade are rolling in every day. Last
but not least the celebrated Charter Oak
Cook Stoves. C. W. Henderson,
194 Commercial Avenue.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulscrs, salt rheum, tevcr sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kind of skin eruptions.. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. OTIara
BRICK LAYERS WANTED.
A. number ot flrit-clns bricklayer! can
obtain employment at good wages by op
plying to Henry Stout, corner Second
street and Commercial avenue.
The "Burnside property" on corner south
east corner Seventh and Jefferson avenue.
House has eight rooms and kitchen. Good
cellar, wood-shed and cistern. Four lota.
Terms reasonable. M. J. Howley,
Real Estate Agent.
- Near Concordia, Bolivar county, Miss's-
sionl. I have 1.500 acres of land in cotton
and corn to be picked and housed. To ac
commodate white and colored laborers I
haro large frame-houses with brick, fire
f daces in each, with berths and mattresses
a each house, sullkiont to accommodate a
Urge nu.nler of laborers. The house for
whites will bo separated from those for
colored laborers. Tho highest price will bo
paid for good hands. Wm. M. hi.f.doe.
Ovitii 1550,000 Howe scales sold. Bor
den, Sellock ft Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY
Fou Rent. Furnibhedlrooms in a good
locality, with or without board. Apply
southeast corner Eleventh and Walnut
streets, second door.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notice In tnco columns, ten cnis per line,
eacu Inn-rtlon. Marked
Communion services wiU be held at
the Presbyterian cburch next Sabbath.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, who!
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeycr's.
-Rev. Woitaker will answer the ques
tion, "Why am I Methodist?" ia the Met
hodist church this evening.
Miss Sarah Williams, of East Capo
Girardeau, is visiting at the residence of
Mrs. P. A. Taylor.
The East Cape Girardeau fair will be
held October 12-10. The secretory has
our thanks for a complimentary.
Mrs. M. Easterday, who has been visit
ing relatives in Wisconsin for several weel',
returned home yesterday.
See our 30-inch Momie Cloth and
Brocatils at 35 cents. They n re fully
worth 50 cents. Stuart.
The father of Mrs. U. H. Caudee, Cap
tain Jas. Laniog, is in the city vHf v l 's
Pastoral pleas will be made by 'he
Shepherds in the spirtual in'?rest of the''
respective flocks to-day. Go and lend 'hem
The fall days are upon us and he
notes of the last lingering mosquito f re as
thin as the promises of a Greenback offi
It is now in order for another Republi
can stump speaker of Cairo to preach a
sermon from the text "We have heard from
Maine and don't you forget it."
Iter. 11. l . George w ai deliver a ser
mon to young people this evening, hc sub
iect ot which will be, "Honor thy fa'her
and thy mother.''
-Mr. John A. Poor will to-morrow com
mence the job of adding another story to
the dry goods department of the New York
store making it a two-story build'ng.
-Miss Cynthia Lurtrell, left CVro yes-
terday morning for Jacksonville, IP'iois
where she will take the position of super
visor. She will not return until next sum
The Bergers had a large sad respecta
ble audience last night. The theae was
crowded and the various performances,
wLicli were high-toned, were highly appre
-The A. M. E. Conference, which has
been in session here during the past week,
has adjourned and the churcli dignatoties
who composed it have taker their depar
-The jury in the John Fisher case, not
finding the evidence sufficient to convict
lum of the crime ot starting the engine on
tlie Cairo and Vincennes track, found him
Mr. Wm. II. Axe left the cuy "for
good" yesterday to locate permanently
in Hot Springs. His many rare qualities
have made him many triends in tb's com
munity who regret his departure.
Y'esterday afternoon, between four and
five o'clock, a white man from Kentucky
was robbed ot sixty dollars in one of the
negro dens on Fourth street. The Chief
and officer Schuckers arrested the guilty
Sol. Silver, was yesterday the obsewed
of all observers as he marched at the head
of the Berger's band. A petition was in
circulation lust night praying that he be
made drum major-in-chief ot the various
Hancock and English clubs of this city.
Buyers of dry goods are cordially iui
ted to give our stock an inspection. We
are the only house in this end of the state
doins a strictly cash business. It win.
PAY YOU TO TRADE WITH VS. StCART
It has been agreed by the County
Board and our Street Committee that the
city stake out the new county road
and fill it to the grade and proper width,
and that then the county finish it and keep
it in proper repair.
The Peoria Democrat announces that
Hon. Jno. H. Oberly will address the
people ot Peoria at the Academy of Music
on the 25th inst, and the Metropolis Demo
crat announces, in bold letters, that the
same gentleman will speak to the people
of Massac county on the same evening
Brother Trousdale is probably a little "off.'
Mr. O. speaks there on the 19th proximo.
The following named gentlemen were
elected to office by the Reform club night
before last: Wood Ritten house, president;
W. II. Whittaker, first vice-president; N.
B. Thistlewood, second vice-president; M.
Easterday. third vice-president; Curran
Redman, secretary ; 0. M. Alden financial
secretary; Chas. R. Stuart, treasurer; J. E.
Spillcr, first marshal ; Tom Furguson, second
marshal; P.W.Barclay, sergeant-at-arms.
The building situated on the corner of
Eighteenth street and Commercial avenue,
and commonly known as tho "railroad
house," which was recently" bought by
Messrs. Lansden and Fisher, will this week
bo movedVrom its present Bito to the lots
on Seventeenth street, between Popular and
Commercial, formerly occupied by the resi
dence ot Mrs. F. M. Ward. Mr. Ward's
residence was yesterday removed to Com
mercial avenue, near the comer of Seventeenth.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whol
sale and retail, at F. Koismcyer's.
Our lino of Ladies', Children's and
Gent's Hosier? Is now ready for inspection
and will bo found Mio most r unplcto yet
offered by us. We buy the goods direct
from the importer for cash r id of" prie s
ore ocaram-eed the very lowest h V
Health Officer Orr informs us that 'u
his humble opinion the prevailing sickness
among cattle in Cairo is owing to other
causes than tho presence of Texas cattle,
end that although there is a law on the
statute books which forbids the importa
tion inlo this stato of said cattle when
diseased, it is generally regarded as illegal
and therefore void. Wo lack the space,
but not tho disposition to disprove Ids
statements in this issue.
A wealthy gentleman, named G. C.
Collier and his wife, f.'om Adrian, Mich
arrived in this city yesterday morning, with
the intention ot joining General Haskell's
Salvation army. Upon his arrival here he
was directed to Mr. Ferdinend White, who
is now in the employ of
Messrs. Stratton and Bird and
whoso statements of Haskell's nefarious
business we published a few days ago. Mr,
White thoroughly convinced him that
Haskell was a fraudrud consequently here
turned home on the next train. Before
taking his departure, however, lie left with
Mr. White a letter he had received ..om
Haskell and one from an ungodly member
ot his army, both of which we will publish
in nnr next issue bavins no space for
them this morning.
Eighth s -eet is now the thorn In the
public eye and the subject of much de
liberation among our ci. fathers rnd of
ficers. Since Mr. Nellis failed to perform
his part of ho agreement w h 'he cL,
considerable trouble has beenioex,ei'.cnced
bv those who p:ted under the order of "ic
city in carrying out its designs. City En
ginter Thrupp yesterday telegraphed to
Jonesboro whether the neces
aw rock for pa'ng the
street could be obtained there end re
ceived the reply that all the reck needed
could behad, but wa3 not informed at what
price. Tne street committee, a few days
ago, decided to obta'u gravel for the s-et
from up the Ce'ro rid Vincenn ' road, but
have since been informed that none can be
obtained from there. Gravel may be pro.
cured from Island No. 1, but s-nce it is
miserable stutf it may be best to leave it
severely alone. It is difficult to tell from
present appearances what will be done
The News has, during several days
past, made desperate effort to give its read
ers to understand that Sheriff Hodge9
chartered and paid tor the train that took
the Cairo Democratic clubs to Hodges'
Park on the 18th inst, The News man lias
a habit of adhering tenaciously to false
hood. We do not mean to insinuate that he
isnlwavs conscious of his eiror, or makes
willfull mistatemen's but we are justified
in saying that he is not always sure that
he is right before he goes ahead. The
facts in the cpsc refeued to, are that the
money paid for tho tra'itj the park was
collected from prominent Democrats of this
city by Judge Oln ctcd arid City Attorney
Hendricks, was turned over to
fil..r,is. S. R.-arden. the cha:-nirn of the
Democratic committee, and by himpa'd ti
Mr. Naugle the agent of the Crro ami St
Louis rai'road at this place. We would
reccommend to the News that in its jealous
labois for the R ;publicrn pa. m this
county, it Jo not so b,-ndly grasp at eveiy
tritle out of which to make political capital,
and that in the future it look before it
THE GRAVEL QUESTION.
In iew of existing facts we have of late
felt it our dui to call the attention of the
public to the fact that owng to sonic one's
neglect Mr. Chas. Nellis has foiled to com
ply with his contract to deliver a certam
amount of gravel on our streets. Wo sta
ted in yesterday's issue that lie had not
given bond for the performance of this
work,as he was required to do, because tho
bond which the city attoiaey drew up was
found to bo allegal. This was the excuse
urged in Mr. Nellis behalf by persons who
are in a position to know the facts, but City
Attorney Hendricks, having full faith iu
the legality of the bond which he had
drawn up, called on Mr. Isellis yesterday
aud asked a return of tho
document in order that he might examine
it and ascertain whether it was really illo
iral or not. Mr. Nellis handed over the
bond which ho had carried in his coat
pocket tor some time, and on examination
Mr. Hendricks found that it was perfectly
legal, but in order that there might bo no
doubt whatever about its legality, ho ex
hibited it to some of the best legal taleut
in this city, which sustained his opinion
pronouncing the bond perfectly legal. This
being so, there is absolutely no reason why
Mr. Nellis should not have secured sign
ers thereto immediately when the bond was
handed him, nud also no excuse for tho ne
glect on tho part of the city authorities in uot
urging him to give bond beforo ho entered
upon tho fulfillment of the contract.
As stated yehterday ho lias deliv
ered two barge-loads of gravel, but
finding tho job an unprofitable
one, concluded to break tho contract ami
let tho city obtain gravel w here best it
could, regardless of tho extra expenso .and
troublo ho was putl'.ng it to by so do'ng.
But tho Nows of last night ettcmpts to
d' ieivo oit citizens and to shield air.
Nellis by tho following remarks:
"Fair minded persons do not expect Mr.
Nellis ts In'rg dov. i travel when the water
on t'io chr'n 'h rco tret or more shallower
hnn what his boat draws. Mr. N. pro-
noses to stand by his contact w 1th the ci ,',
yet he cannot defy Prov idence."
In reply to this we have but to say, what
all our people Vnow, that tho river has of
ate been sufficiently high to enable Mr.
Nellis to land the desired gravel at our
wharf. When the rise was coming down
the river wo ca'led the atten' on of the
authorities to tho tact hat it should be
taken advantage of but, apparently w illful
ly blind to the htercsts ot the ci'., they
turned a deaf car to of r i'.mely suggestion
and, through indecision fid indolence, per
mitted tho rise to pass away without as
much as making a single effort h that di
rection; and this, too, while theknew that
in all probability it would bo ho last rise
during the year and that the grade of
Eighth st eet was already being lowered
preparatory to receiving the gravel, lac
rise was ample to permit tho barge to pr
over the chain. But we will go so far as to
concede the News' statement 'hat "the
water i9 three feet more sha'W than what
Mr. Nellis' boat draws," fid what then?
is well known the barge Mr. Nellis us: .l
was one of the largest "l the M'ss'ssippi
valley and, when loaded, drew s"x teet of
water. But is the city to suffer because
Mr. 'N. could not get over
the chain with the largest burge
he could procure? Could he not have ob
tained smaller barges which drew only
half that much water and therewith deliv
ered the gravel desired? Most certr'nly.
True, by so doing he would have hcu..ed
extra expense and as a result would have
cleared little or no money by the oppera-
tion, but this was Ins own lookout when
he signed the contract and no one else's.
As an old riveijman he must have 1 wwn
w hat he was doing, and it he did not iutend
to fulfill the contact heshould havestepped
aside and given some other man a chance
who would have taken sufficient "aterest in
thecil's welfare to cpi. out whatever
promise he made. "But," says the News in
its attempt to smoothethe matter over, "Mr.
N. proposes to stand by his con act w 'th
the city." If we were to judge from his
action !n the past, however, we cm safely
conclude that he proposes to do notlrngof
the kind but if what the News says is au
thorized, then we have to say hat Mr. Nel
lis should prove that he "proposes to stand
by his contract" by, even at late day,
giving the desired bond as
a ' guarantee that he means
what he says.
But Squire Comings' organ (the News)
attempts to throw discredit upon our state
ment of facts by terming them "unjust, un
gentlemanly and contemp.'ble slurs upon
men simply because they are Republicans."
We would ren :nd orr brother of the quill
that we have long ago acquired 'he habit of
obtaining the proof for what vcr state
mcnts we make 'n regard to men or th'ngs,
end that mere statements of fr.s when
made ' l the interest of pub';c good can
not be regarded as"slrs" by r -y sane
man. It 's a ma: r of supremo indiffer
ence to us what Mr. Nellis
politics ore, but the fact that
!i see! ig his ow l 'nter t he 'olatcd his
contract v 1th the city nd the negligence
of or . cii officials the fact that through
these our improvements have probably
been retnrded rntil next ycr-, is a matter
ot great concern to us. nd should be to
every citizen, who desires the prosperity ot
our little tow a.
In order to prove to the News man and
everybody else, that we speak the truth
when we say that the gravel could have
been delivered at our wharf duiing the
late rise, we quote the following from the
report of City Engineer Thrupp, submitte
to the council on the 7th inst.:
"I would also call your attention to the
necessity of nrocui ig gravel, or other ma
terlal, for the completion of Eight street. It
has been graded and prepared for the same
and, if left in its present condition anting
the winter,'. 1 be almost impassable. I can
SEE NO KEA90N Wh i THE PRKSEN f STAGE
OK THE WATER IN THE RIVER IS NOT TAK
en advantage ok. It is uncertain as to sn
other rise this year. If the contractor furn
ishing tho gravel cannot do it, the city
should t&ko it in liana, as there is m
LITTLE TIME TO LOOSE."
With this we submit the tho matter to
the public, feeliug certain of a verdict in
our favor, aud will but say in conclusion
that tho person or journal that would at
tempt to deceive and browbeat tho publi
in matters of such vital importance do
serves only the severest condemnation.
GREAT BARGAINS IN BLACK CASH
AT STUART'S TOI'ULAR AND RELIABLE CASH
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
We are now offering a full lino of the
celebrated Lupin Black Cashmeres, whic
tor finish, weight and color hayo no cqua!
in tho world. Wo havo them in jet aiv
blue-black and are an imperishiblo black
and will not fade in any climate. Wo com
mence them as low as 50 cents for ali
wool. We solicit an inspection of these
goods and will gladly furnish samples for
C. R. Stuart, Eighth Street
Fellow's Svrup ol IIvpophoHphitcs save
the lite of my wife, after her caio becam
apparently hopeless from tubercular con
sumption. II, L. Harding. Nelsouville, 0
Tlrs Space is Reserved foi'
A. MARX, the Clothier,
Wire Advert Isement will Appear
in a few days.
The statute of Robert Burns is finished I
end will be unveiled in Ccn. 'al Purk, Nov.- i
brk, ia October next, with grand cert-;
niniiv. Mr. iieorirc nuum v-ums is
be the orator of the occasion. Now that
e have the statutes of the two Scottish
poet?, Scott ana liiirns, wuo neer rea
red our country any particularly valuv
le sen ices that their memories should be
thus commemorated, we shall, perhaps, find
little time to look aft ;r our unfinished
monument to aslnngton person, uu
iy the way, besides having enjoyed the
proud dis. nction ot be'ugthe only original
individual to whom lj'ng W3 rn utter im
possibility, was also the means-dun ng
the dark davs of "TO ot conferring upon
is count., ;nen aud their der :endants the
priceless boon of liberty. America s crying
weakness, however, Ips always consis' d in
the silly adulation of dist;n jished for-
igners. and the neglect and ungrateful
treatment of her own heroes. This being
thus, Tue Bulletin desires to apprise the
nation of the fact that it is 'kicK-j."
POEMS OF HENRY . u? uni n
LONG Ft T.OW.
Messrs. Houghton, Osgood k Co., Mr.
Longfellow's publishers, in recognition oi
the signal popularity which h;s poems
have gained throughout the world, deter
mined to prepare a new edition of these
poems in a s.le of typography pnd with a
wealth of illustrations never before accord
ed to any poet. They did not propose
merely to bring together a large numoer oi
pretty picrures, but to produce a work
which, while attractive to the eye. should
be, in the chara:ter and qua'i'.y of its i'lus
trations, a fitting testimonial to 'he genius
aud fame of Mr. Longfellow. It contains
more than five hundred illustrations, con
sisting of landscapes, figure pieces, and or
namental designs, drawn and engraved on
wood in the highest style of tue art, all
new end expressly prepared for thiseau.ou.
The bndscape views are actual trpiseripts
from nature, and. like the ideal subj Us
and ornamental designs, were cut Jsted
the best artists of America, who have cordi
ally and unanimously co-opera :d in this
effort to produce Mr. Longfellow's poems in
form worthy of the world-wide fame they
I C . ..,..!
enjoy. Among toose who huu ii iuis.i
desigrs, each iu his best and
most characteristic manner, arc
Thomas Morau. M iry Ilallock Foote, R.
Swain Gilford, Sautord R. G'tlord, F. O. C.
Darley ami some thirty or forty others of
the best known talent in the country. Mr.
Anthony, the well known engraver has or
titic supervision of the w ork and he has
secured tho co-operation of the best Ameri
can engravers in rendering of the designs.
The new steel portrait of Mr. Longfel
low, in the first number, was expressly en
graved for th is edition by Mr. William E.
Marshall, from a photograph specially
chosen by the author himself.
The poems are set iu handsome and legi
ble new type, adapted for the purpose, and
the work is printed upon sumptuous cream
tinted paper of the best quality used in
modern book-making. Tho sub-titles of
poems, under which the different volumes
originally appeared, namely, Voices of the
Night, Birds ot Passage, Tales of a Way
side Inn, etc., aro made the subjects of ori
ginal and appropriate ornamental designs
by Mr. L. S. Ipseu. In short, this edition
ot Mr. Longfellow's poems is in accuracy of
text, beauty of typography, excellence of
paper, number and character of illustrations,
and in mechanical execution, as nearly per
fect as it can be made.
Mr. Humans, canvasser for tho work, is
in the city and during his short stay has
been very succesful in taking ordo-s. The
beauty of tho Work as shown in the sample
numbers enlists the attention and udmira
tion at onco of all who see them, and
the manner of selling Mc for each
part places it wlthiu the reach of all.
Mr. H. will remain iu Cairo, over to
morrow and prehups next day, aud we ad
vise all to soo him. examine the copies ho
has with him and then not let the oppor-
tuuiy pass for securing tho work.
Quite a scene occr-rtd at sn immense
Democratic meetings held at Bloomington,
In liana, recently. The Hons. Frank Hurd
ur.d George . Julian spoke. At the close
(if Julian's speech, an old gentleman came
f.-rward and announced a change of heart.
He said: "I went into the Urion army in
I was honorably discharged in 1603.
I have always voted the Republican ticket,
but I intend this f nie to vo'e fur Hancock,
and I have nine suns who will do as I do."
Tremendous applaue greeted the old man's
speech, nud so great wp the feeling snd
the eutiiui:im that a club of sixty was
formed on the spot of Federal soldiers who
had been Republican?, but who pledged
themselves to vote fur Hancock. This is
only one of th many sitniNr instances
which are constantly occurring all over the
A FAREWELL SONG.
The floors soem woit:ng for the tread
Of many feet in merry dances,
Wiien tones were gay and cheeks grew red
As eyes tl.t-hed quiq k coque' ish glanc-.
The cabins all are standing still,
Beneath the moonlight's silver bars
No serenade e'er comes to tin 111
The space be. a 'c 'he ear'h pnd st.n. .
Many a one whose name 's traced
Highest upon the sculptured bowers.
Long since has climbed the ladder, placed
Twixt hut of clay and palace towers.
Perchance my feet shall tread r.o more
The hills of moss-grown rock entrancing,
Mine eyes read not reflected lore,
Deep-buried in thy streamlets glancing
Yet when to-morrow's sun shall see
Thee from my vision disappear,
Thou wilt be as a dream, to me,
That brought its smile, but left no tear.
Though here from her off llufring wings
Health hath her dewy nectar shaken
Yet weep me not to leave "the Springs,"
When the little cabins ore fursaken.
Dixon Springs, Sept. 10th, 1SQ.
and calf tor fialc. Price 35. The cow is
firt-clnss. and w ill give four gallons of
milk per day. G. M. Alden,
7(3 Ohio Levee.
A GIFT DECLINED.
Appleton's Readers were- declined as a
gift by the St. Louis board August 24,
130, by the decisive vote of seventeen to
seven. Ihus emnnaticaiiy were inese
books refused us a gift iu the home of their
DR. THOMAS' ELECTRICAL OIL IN
J. W. Miller, Columbus. O.. says that a
couple ot doses of Electric Oil cured his
child of Diptheria, after nil other remeuies
Mr. Miller is well known and will cheer
fully certify to the above fact.
Paul u. acnuii, Agent.
February 14, 1SS0.
Sowi.no and Reaimng.. When a young
lady hems handkerchiefs for a rich bache
lor, she sews that she may reap, when seeds
of disease are implanted through over in
dulgence, you can prevent the undertaker
reaping the benefit by using Spring Blos
som. 1'At. L u. frCHUII, Ageni.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth,nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Sena
a self-addressed envelope to tho Rev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station 1), New York City.
lie who does nothing but sit and cat, will
wear away of his pants the seat,
But w ho works hard, earns sweet repose,
Can eat a square meal and wear good
And if he has indigestion he's money to
The best of all cures, Spring Blossom for a
Paul 0. Scnun, Agent.
Not so fast my fried ; if you could sco tho
strong, healthy, blooming men, women
utid children that have been raised from
bed of sickness suffering and almost death,
W tho use of Bon Bitters, you wonld say
"Glorious and invalublo remedy.' t
other column. Philadelphia Press.
Why is an Auctioneer liko a man with
an ugly countenance; because he's always
for-bidden. If your countenance is forbid
ding by reason of blotches or pimples try
Spring Blossoui. Paul G. Scuuii, Agent.