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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER U. 1850.
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TAKEN BY HKI'Iil-E.
A lond tJcrfni Hidden! swrtY.1. tJ e
r of Mr. Hirlin. c be tat bcfo:c bi
easel, catbusiaMicilly working ujion a
fainting. It cirne from tfie rori r.,'
Is nxt door i.cighbor, sn 1 be div;--ptJ
both (.-alette ami brushes ru ue
are a nervous sun, and waited mo
tionless for a rt-r litioii of the cry.
"ily ioor, j'Oor baby my darling
Cora!" in an agonised thru-l; bucwvV.
ed, and aniid o;hcr frauti-; ejaculations
wa now heard the sound of a ehim
inti door, and feet hurrying down the
Mr. Harlan was for a moment para
lyzed" with horror. What was lie to
think? That dunning fo!d-lia:nl
child, who Imd w.-1-vcd liim as a imxlel,
and who- delightful prattle had of
ten eolacetl him in his ttudio, must
lave fallen from a window, four sto
ics from the ground, lie rushed to his
cwn to look out, shuddering and Ik m
tant. He gazed below him ; his mind
was at once relieved no U':h tin':' ta
clo as he had found was visible.
Had ho been daaming? Whatconld
liave occasioned that mother awful
shriek? His glance covered down the
atrcct. Ah! at tho corner is a seem
ingly excited crowd. As he looks
there advances to it, pale and with
dihhevclcd hair, his dUtnwtod neigh
bor still crying:
'My darling littlo baby my poor,
She received from some one in the
gathering the limp figure of a child,
which ahe covcis with kUvrsand tear.1?.
Then, her expression still despairini',
ihc ntnggors with her burden towards
tho house. A Htn et car, stationary, a
li t tic distance oil, gives the artist a
hint nt the truth. Has the little crea
ture been run over by a careless
driver? With a bound lie reached his
door,iind tli n himself tears down the
staircnio, eugor to plunge at once into
the drptli uf the mishap, to know if
his anxiety is too gn-at or too little,
lie gains the sidewalk, and, with fare
averted from tho mother, puts a rapid
question to a spectator :
"Is the child killed?"
"I don't know."
Still fearing to look upon what ii
now perhaps but a man-led mass of
flesh uml blood, he aecosU another in
the crowd :
"Did you sco the accident?"
"(J-can tho child live?"
"1 dou't think it's much hurl. As I
turned, when the child screamed be
hind me, I Baw It under tho horc'
feet, but they had stopped going, and
i instantly picKeu it up. Twus 1 gavo
it to tho mother. 1 believe il'a moro
frightened thin hurt. Ouo of tho
horcs had his foot raised as fearing to
set It down. Ha, ha! 1 belicvo ho was
atrauiorhurliug the littlo thing. I
never believed horses had so much
From this carrulous sneaker. Mr.
Harlan was now called, by catching
tho mother' eye. Sha beckoned to
him, and ho at once advanced to her,
uuemig worus oi conuoicnr.e and con-
"Won't you drop a posutl curd in
sUntly to my husband?" exclaimed
slic. "lou know his olllce down town,
lie will rocelvo it before G, and be pre
vented lrom leaving for llostou U)'
"leruuniy, corlalnlyl I'll go for
htm at once."
"So, no wrltol I know ho has lin-
porunt business to-day. You might
uoi tiud him. 1 dou't wish him to be
disturbed. He'll certainly bo in tho
oinca ai o, wncn nc n tret tho postal if
. - . H -
eui i uuctj.
M.r. Harlan drew from his breast
pocket a bill-book. and thence a nos
tal card, on which he wroto norvoiislv
a few moments, when he hastened to
drop it lu the box on tho comer. The
mother, meanwhile, disanncared with
In tho house, where an examination
proved that tho inteuseexcitcmentex
peritMirol by the artist and other had
no ra:iw for continti.'iiiee, Tho child
was wholly nninjuiixl, sxeejit as to
thoiig.il foot, bruUel probably by
being caught in the rails a she fell,
miles and laughter succeeded ; and
w hen at 7 : iJG that evening, Mr. liar-
lull one ned h.s door In re-1 ion so to a
rnp.aud beheld Mr. Whittivdge, tho
laiiitr oi uie cnnu, mere was a uroint
grin tijou Ins ta.-e a he extended his
hand. I'.ul the jocose ohsv'fvation on
his lips died, as liis hand was refused,
and his visitor gaed sternly upon
Excuse me, ir! I cannot ehiko
hands with you, and yet 1 thank you
for your postal-card."
"Well, sir, you simply auaue inc.
Come, what do you mean? You must
otntaii, air. iieiuiicoic.
The artist started back, turned as
while as his collar and a tremor ran
through his frame.
"V ay wny tto you au'tivss me ov
that Uiinc? '
"It is the name you gave me on the
card you sent me this afternoon ; and,
Mr. Harlan, I believe it is your real
"I sent von that name.'
"Here it ie,
sir Augustus 1 leaLh-
cote; juy wue taw juu wiui iiuh
curd. You forgot youixdfin the ex
ci lemon i."
. . a f - - ... .. ! . I. . L :
"Well, supposing I do bear an as
sumed name. What is that to you?
Wo have Loon friendly In our relations.
You have no reason to do aught but
esteem me. rye nave nvett suie uy
tide lor two years. What have you
Airainst Mr. Harlan, nothing: but
1 have heard before of Mr. Heaihcote,
He was in my uncle's employ. Jul)
Gardner, of Pittsburg, Pa. lou
wlucc. There ran be no mistake.
Y'ou ore Augustus lleathcob?."
I am. 1 havo been barely slander
ed. Circumstances have borne ngAiu-i
me. Y'ou know mv real self. Can
ou imagine 1 could havo d-.-nc wliat
have wen concleinuo.1 lor:
"Condemned! You are not con
"Condemed in every one's opinion,
or I would not have changed inyn:t;u
How did I Cs-ape? Only li- :i'i-o i.'
trace of the inoii'jy cutihl be lound in
my possession. Years have pis.d
since, I show no tigns of wealth at
present What would ymi have? I
ain innocent, though my name is dis
graced. It mattered not until the !at
two or three years, whether I borj it
or not. I was a wanderer in hurope,
when:, in extreme penury, 1 cultivat
ed the art talent with which 1 was en
dowed, learned mv living in tler-
manv bv serving as a model. Weiilth
where is it? Where is the hundred
thousand dollars I am supposed to
have stolen? I was acquitted, as you
allow. Why refuse my hand?''
"With mention of your name cami
the bitter thought that through vou.
perhaps, I and my fumily are poor. J
was mv uncle's heir."
lou? Where was Ins son?'
lead. Did you not know that?"
How long since? Father ami sou
"lie died shortly after vou were ac
quitted and you disappeared."
And your uncle Jelt out a small
Uld. l lie robbery deprived
him of most of his capital. That and
his son's death preyed upon his spir
its. Ho was fcucceasNil in his business
'You arc hi sole heir:'
"You may be wealthy vet. That
$1'X),MI in bonds and securities yet
exists. 1 have an iJca. I havo always
been certain that the son took that
money. 1 had aione me Key oi tiio
hale and knew tho combination it
was that condemned me; but but I
found wax ou the key one dav, and
I've heard Mr. liardner talk in his
sleep during his attcr-dinner nap.
lue son dead, you snail nave tne mon
ey. 1 tnaiiK neaven i sent you mat
postal card, tnat i nave brought you
to know Augustus Heatlicote?"
1 lie door ot tho studio had been
clocd as this exciting conversation
progressed, and the participants hail
seated themselves half-unconsciously.
'liCt me, liowever," continued the
artist, "be Harlan to you as usual, and
to your wile. Uo not discioso my se
cret uules 1 fail to restore you your
property. Harlan is the name I wish
to bear the name I think 1 shall yet
'Y'ou go too fait," responded his
auditor; "you claim to know appar
ently where tho property is. Why
should 1 not think, then, that you have
hid it? You make mo ugain suspic
ious of you."
"I may speak too nastily, but 1 am
sanguine of success. I will tell you
why. shortly after I was acquitted
almost immediately after leaving the
court-room I encountered Ceorgc
(Jardner in his father's grounds,
whither I went to obtain my tew per
sonal effects. Wo were alone, and
smarting with tho suspicion environ
ing mo lor a scries ot groans had at
tended the jury' verdict 1 told him
I knew he wus tno unci, and that 1
would wat' h and wait until I could
prove It. With that 1 left him, and
soon forgot my threat; bu the did not.
I believe it may havo killed him he
was a very coward, whom l ear Would
drivo to suicide."
"He died suddenly. It was said of
"If he stolu the money, as I nm sure,
ills hid somewheie lu tho garden at
tached to his father's hoii-:. It has
never been heard of, you say ; then U
is there. If you can grant mo tho
right to explore that thoroughly, 1 am
convinced that you will 11 ud the mou
"Hut whv should 1 not then think
you hi I it?"'
"Ileeause I deny llmt when I restore
it to vou.
"What cause you to think U is
"It wns there thai, our encounter
iook pincc, and l havo orten since
Wondered nt, tho direction that his
eye look ns 1 talked to him. .Many
other signs escaped him which made
mo jmigo since, as In my rage I did
not, then, that wo stood iiot far front
"h seems to mo n wild idea."
"Hut the money has not turned up.
Where is it? Havo you a right to
tho-o grounds now?"
"The house Is rented, hut I own it."
"Will you aid mo to niako the trial?"
"I will go with you."
"I shall not bo recognized. I was
but a stripling then. It is agreed. Can
wo start to-morrow?"
"Well, then, good-night!"
Upon their journey, tho following
day, Harlan explained why he felt so
sure their search would bo successful.
The property would naturally be left
by a timid man where it had been de
posited, until timo for Us safe use
came. That time had never come.
Harlan yet experienced a degree of
astonishment, mingled with his de
light, at having his prognostications
realized : for the treasure was found
In the gan'.cn, enclosed iuawoodeu
box, an I that after but an hour's ex
ploration and digging. Although for
full liftmen years it hud lain there, the
papers wero but littlo stained by
mould, and their value was uninjured.
Mr. Whittredge was a rich num.
The artist has recently finished a
large painting entitled "Good News."
A charming face therein, of a little
girl, who is represented handing a let
ter to her agitated parents, is an ex
quisite portrait of the child who was
thocaiiscof his having disclosed hi
secret. The picture is a $j,000 com
mission from his former neighbor.
A Dird O'rk'f.
A year or so ago a little girl living
near the line of tho Lrio Kailway,two
miles from lbthbonewllc, N. Y., was
presented with a pairof dove. They
were in the habit of flying about in
the vicinity. One day, sono weeks
n;iO, they were Hying across iho rail
way track, when the male bird came
into coll.sion with the smokestack of
the Pacific express, which passe tho
spot about 7 o'clock in the aiorning.
The bird was killed by tho stuck, and
instantly thrown out of sight of its
mate. The female circled about tho
spot for a few minutes, in evident
amazement at the sudden disappear
ance of her mat She then lL-w to a
mile-post near by, and for a lxig time
gave utterance tu the liiourufil notes
characteristic of tho dove. Sudden
ly slio seemed to realize what had car
ried the male from her sight, cni she
rote in the air and Hew swiftly in the
direction the train had gone, "she did
not return until about noon bhe
alighted at her cole, where she re
mained the rest of the day, uttering
her plaintive cries. Next morning,
just before 7 o'clock, she was s.-eu to
ily away, and lako a position on the
mile-post near the spot where she
lastsaur her mate the day bc.ore.
When the express train ctme along
she llew at the locomotive, hovered
about the sniokc-stack and arou:id the
cab, as if looking for her mate, bhe
accompanied the locomotive for a
mile or so, and then returned t) her
cote. Every day since then slie has
repeated this strange conduct isho
goes to her lookout for the train at
precisely the same time each Liorn
mg, and waits until the train comes
along, no matter how late it may be.
she never goes further than about a
mile with the train, returning then to
her cote, au l mourning piteously all
Tiil "London Hair Color Uostorer"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people and
totally dirfcreut from all other hair re
storers, being entirely tree tiom all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles lor the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or prematurely grayness. lrom
sicknyss or other causes, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
scalp from all impurities, dandrtitf,etc.
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
turned, rendering the hair soft
and plyable, making it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask your druggint for London Hair Color
1'estorer. Price 1) cents a bottle. ( 1 )
OVER THE HILLS TO TIIE BONE-
Straight to the bonevard people go who
neglect too long the danger signal of ap
proaching consumption, a hacking cough4
But with Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil for a
safeguard the peril is averted. It is a
superlatively fine remedy also lor rheuma
tism, piles, soreness, hurts, etc. Sold bv
Pacl u. saint, Agent.
(.'ot.ous. "llrown s Jironchii.l Troches
arc used with advantago to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Irochcs have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They arc not new and untried, but, having
been tested bv wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the ngc.
The Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary efloet
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches uso
A Colon, Com), Cataiihii of soro throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
cd for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
STOP THAT COU01I.
If you arc stiffeiing with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay, fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is tho great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeleis cases. Over
ono million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within tho lust year,
and have given perfect satisfaction In every
instance. Wc can unhesitatingly sny that
this in really the only nuro cure for throat
and lung Affection, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and get a trial
bottle freo of cost, or a regular tri.o for $1.
For sale by Oroige E. O'Harn. Druggist,
Cairo, 111.' (II)
ECLECTRICOIL AMONGST THE BASE
Joseph Durrinberger, Broadway, says ho
hud tho misfortune to severely spraiu his
uncle, confining hitn to his room and caus
ing extreme btifl'ering His brothcr'Lcssee
of the E. Side B. B. grounds," who alwnys
uses it in s.ich esses, induced him to try it,
and ho enys that the application of tho Kc
Icctric Oil half a drzen times enabled him
to walk round, and Ix-forc he had used
half ol the bottle he was quite recovered.
Hold by P. 0. IScliuh.
TltlltTV Yf.AKs' Exi'EKlEKCK OS' AN Ol.l)
NfitsE Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is
tho peiscription of one of the best I'emule
physicians ami nurses in the United Htntes
and has been used for thirty yeurs with
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers sud children, from the feeble
infant ol one week old to the adult. It
corrects acidify of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, health and comfort to mother and
child. We believe it. the best and surest
remedy in tho world, in nil ca.-es of discn
tery and diarrlwra iu children, whether it
wises from teething or from any other
efiiise. Full directions for using will ac
company each bottle. None genuine un
less the fac simile ol Curtis & Perkins is on
the outside wrapper. .Sold by all medicine
dealers. Twenty-five cents a bottle. (3)
HOW HAPPINESS IS sK CLUED.
Happiness is the absence ot pain or an
noyance, find wherever there is pain there
is disease. A pain in the lower portion of
the lnidy indicates a disorder ol some kind.
It' there is any odor or color or deposit in i
the urine it means di:ase, and require at- i
teiition at once. We have heard many of j
our friends speak of the remarkable power
el Warners isalo Kidney and Liver ( ure,
and are convinced there is nothing so cer
tain and valuable for all disorders of tho
uriu irv fv-tciu. both male and female.
Tin; Voltaic Uki.t Co., Makmiali.,
Mil it. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon aO days
trial, speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
To ache or not to ache that's the ques
tion. This cheerful conundrum, ye rheu
matic sufferers, is by no means as difhYult
as a proposition in Euclid. Try Dr. Thom
as' Eclectrie Oil and you will find it just a
essy not to ache as to ache. Sold by
Paul t. Sen en.
M jre eacs of sick headache, bilious.
ne.rs, constipation, etc., can be cured in les
time, with less medicine and for less money '
by using Carters Little Liver Pi'ls than by
any oth-r means.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth,nTVous w eakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free of
charge. This great remedy w as discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Kev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station 1), New Y'ork City.
TEN PER CENT. BONDS FOR SALE
We an; offering $10,000 in first mortgage
improvement bonds ot the Colorado Co
operative Prospecting and Mining Com
pany at par with accrued interest. These
lond bear ten per cent, interest, payable
semi-annually, and are pajable November
1st. 1SS1. For further iniormation, address
the linanej.il agents, Indiana Investment
Company, i!S West Wellington street,
NO MORE NAUSEOUS DRUOS.
For nauseous drugs, no use there soon w ill
For Salts, Ma'ne-ia. Senna no pretence,
Dispensing Chemists, all men will agree,
To view, ns things with which they may
But when Dyspepsia assails, then is the
time to try,
Spring Blossom's virtue ns a remedy.
Prices: 30 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
II. E. IIoor.K, Cambridge, Mich., says;
I have been afflicted with Asthma for years,
an "Only Lung Pad"' gave mc immediate
relief. I can recommend it as the greatest
remedy ever produced. See Adv.
TllK stock of the Colorado. Co-opeiutive
Prospecting and Mining Company is rapid
ly advancing and will probably be at pur
iu February. There: is only a limited
amount of the working capital left, and
that is held at :J.23 per share of $10 per
value. Ii I a desirable investment, and
you can get some of if by immediately ad
dressing the Indiana Investment Company,
IIS West Washington Street, Indianapolis.
Van Stonk & Bitosuy, Wholesale and
Retail Druggists, Toledo, Ohio, says: We
have sold largo quantities of the Kxcclsioi
Kidney Pad, and have been surprised at tho
unvarying satisfaction given by them. See
Women that have been bedridden for
years have been entirely cured of female
weakness by the use ol i.ydmh. l'uikham s
Vegetable Compound. Send to Mrs. Lydia
E. Pinkham, 23:1 Western avenue, Lynn,
Mass., for pamphlets.
For impaired digestion, and, in fact, for
debility from any cause, I know of nothing
equal to Fellows Hypophosplntes. Its up
rect effect In strengiiieningthu nervous syS'
tern renders it suitaliles for the majority of
diseases. vm. S. Howe, M. D., Pittsueld,
Jacoii Sunn, Clinton St., Buffalo, says
he has used Spring Blossom in his family
as a general medicine for cases of Indiges-
A 1 I I 1 I 1 tf 1
lion, jjiiinusncKs, isowei nnn lYiuncy com
tilaints. and ilisordem nrism.' from Imnurl
ties of the blood, ho speaks highly of its
efficacy. Prices: 50 cents, tiiul bottles 10
No remedy for kidney diseases hereto
fore discovered can be held for one mo
ment in comparison w ith Warner' Safe
Kidney and Liver cure. C. A. Harvey, I).
I),, Washington, I). (,'.
A witty man can niako a jest, a wise man
enn take one. It does not take either to
find nut tint virtues of Mnrlnir ItloSMitn ill
curing disorders arising from impurities of
inn mood, constiputinu, indigestion, eic
Prices: 30 rents, triat bottles 10 cents.
5 1'earn lieforc the Public,
Dr. C. MoLANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Pilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequalcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine arc never sugar-coated.
Each box lias a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, Mi LANE'S LIVEK TILL,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLank and Fleming Uros.
Jay Insist upon having the genuine DR.
C. McLANE'S LIVKK PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BKOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLanr, spelled differently but
pxt EsslVE ANXIKTY. or PKuLOMiKU
X J s'l'tdiV. will produce Infirmity In the Norv
oi: Sycioni. in proportion n the Htriiijitti of the
system l t-ipunded upon I lie in I ml iu trou'liil
thought, so are tin) oriruns f diction, a-nlnnila.
tinu and nutrition ri'ieii-n d inH'-tue ami slug:t.'iil)
in proportion at tie systi ia her muck Inlirui. Kv, ly
individual ha ionic one ormi thnt is w,'iilcer IIiliii
tb.- rest, and this i always Hie flr-t to sutler duri! ?
nervou prostration; for exutnnlr. utllii tins news
foni' ttnics cmist-i t.itnl sn-p.-iismn of !h mn-ru-lar
S' tion of ilie lii-iyrt, wtn-n Hie pMii ci Is ili liil
itatci!. prislaeing su Jd,-n ln'Jiormi:i! ami dentil.
No clou fit in y lon.-er riir.suis of the pri tllillity ol
r.'-toriu tin.- uervoas vtini, ami tjro'iph the
nerv-s- th' nimeles of thy imp ur ! im r Kt,
LOWS' toMI'Ol'.M) MVUl I uf lni'Ol'Ilus.
II 1 1 K lit hei-n proved to p.issis sirU power
Inmitii'Tv.i intkn.-s. I: r. ' i!r.; iet -.rcn-ih to
nvMif' u!.".irti'm. I'- rs.,n r h mv n u-t iw I
tu lu,,!. n;in:i t!-.. ilaik side, aiel wlm c no pita--n."-
l'i nit , oniisiny tliis s,;. ru: fK'n )i-iro to
v iu--ena enjoy life. nd thus.- who st'idy Q. eply
'lu-ir.'.- ''.' hours, will flnl iu the syriip a pro
'ii o ' i uf lin- powi r of cniii.rsi tt le th hrnin
There i- no ao-urdily m the fact llmt su inipsir
i l s.-rvntis s . stem cullies I'lin-iimi'tiim. Neural
tin. hrunehitlH, Jitrpepsia. A-thiun. K i i t - j - r i Fits
V pint; I' 'i,-h. lleurt Misean'. au'l a host of
ol.'e : tin u why is itaWnrd thnt Kellows' Hypo
phoii)ilti s. w hich cffeetually cures Nt-rwtu D'Oil
ity. .iio'jid cure there lis. a-es siso. "lletuovo the
C'iii.iiid tl: romp'aint wll cease.
J "'"Look nut for the natoe and addre-s. J. 1.
Fii!.I.O'.V, m. Juhn. N. U. on the wrajiper iu
water luM-k. which seen ,y lioMiug the papr tu-
fore tUe iiht.
SOLD BY AI.LDTtftii.lSTS
TKW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tlic Largest Variety Stock
IN Till-: CITY.
C. O. PATIKR CO.,
Cor. Nii.U"Mh!rw; r-tifll 111
toiiirm-iri.il Avenu.-J llUU, 111.
PROPRIETOR OF SPKOAT'S PATENT
Wliolor-'ido DtTilcr in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar JLoad.s a Specialty.
OK PI OK:
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Illustrated Mairtv.lno will enter on its Itoh
yeurlnlssl. tl-t" Var. In advauco. Send for
Siamplo No. snd premlum-Mst. New Subscribers
culextra nnmhi-n bv stihurrlMnennw. Address
NLKNKKY Pl'IlLIMUiNiJ COMPANY,
ORDINANCE NO. M.
An ordlnanro pranl Inir he Illinois Central Rail
road Company tun rluhl to lay an additional
side track on Loves strnal. '
llu tt ordained by the, City Council of the elty of
Hai-i los 1. That Iho ru;hl to lay dow n an addi
tional eitlt) traek on tho easterly side of Levee
street from the southerly ride ol Fourth street to a
point 'Jl feet northwardly , to e.onii'ct with its
m ii In track. Is hereby granted to the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad Company.
Hkctiom K. Tho exercise nf the rlht. granted
In the. fnri'BlnK section shall not hn permitted un
til said company removes its present double line
of rails friiiillnir tho southerly end of block No. it,
fsstwsrdlv n sufficient illslanco to leave a pnud
roadway aloliK Levee street to Fourth street, the
wk'Ui of said madwiiy at the northwest corner of
Fourth and Levco streets to hu nt least twenty feet
from the corner of tin) present sidewalk. 8ald
rlu'lit Is hIso ursnted unnn tho condition that said
company wlllplank and Ri'iivei Its tracks on said
Luvee street In accordance with the ordinances of
tho clly und to the ssllsrucllon of the Mayor and
C'ommttteeon streets; and thesiild right shall hu
forfeited and cease to exist w henever snld tracks
shall cease tn bo kept so plnnked and prnvclcd.
Approved November Hi h, A. I). lssu.
" N. n.TIIISTLRW(K)I).
Attest: D. J. FOLEY, City C'lnrk. Mayor.
Yourselves by ninillcr mon-
lev when a t'dlut'ti cliancn is
olfercd, thereby always
keeping poverty from your
door. Those wno ulwsys
lake ntlviintli'in of iho eood
chances for making money thnt ureolTered, neticral
ly hecoiue wealthy, while those who do not Im
prove such chances remain In poverty. Vtn wnnt
ninny mini, winnen, boys und Kirls to tfo work funis
rli'hl lu their own localities, The business will
tmy more llnia ten times ordinary waes, Wo
ftirnlsli an epenseiislvu outfit snil all Hint ?ou
need free. No ono who eniniires fulls to make
money rapidly. You can demie your whole lime
to the work, or only vour ipnrn niomeuls. Full
Information and all tlint Is needed, sent free. Ad
drrss BTINHON & CI),, I'urtland, Maine,
jesrf COMPOUND SYRUf
We Mean Cured, Not McitIv Relicvei.
And Con I'iov-j What wo Claim.
ftTlierr- an: no fullnres and no dlsnppoin
menu. If you m-H Troubl.iii wTiF kTi k'iIKAD"
AC Hit you can i m.,y and tiirkly cured, as
hundreds have hum alicaily! Wu siisll be pioasv.;
to uinil n sheciof testimonium to miv liiU resU'd
farter's Little Liver YiU
Also cure all forms of lllltousni si, prevent Cobs'; '
pullnn und Dyspepsia, promote Dlu'eslion, reliev i
ilistresi from too hearty cut injr. correct D'sordvrs
of the Stomach. rSli amfntc (hit Llier. end Itcculati:
the llowels They do all this by tiikintr Just on -little
piil at a doe. They ure j. iir-ly Tcirctabln, i
no: irripe or pur-e, nun r.r as m-ari) perfect
it In pits-lble lor a pill to be I'ricu v', cet.ts, 5 for
$1. S)iiid by dr'ielsts even where ci sent by uial
CARTER llhllk I.NL I O . KRIK. 1"A
To Nervous SuH'ei ci s - Tlie Cr ut Luropean Itfai-edv-Hr.J.
It. Slnicson'sSpteit!!- ileilleino.
Dr. J. n. Simpson's Snccilic Medicine Is a pis
the cure for Spermitorrhi a. Impetem y, Weakne-s
snd all di-easi-s resulting from Self Almsc. as Ni.
vons Dehilitv, Irrllahillty, Mental Ai.ji' iy. Latnor,
Lassitude, Iiepresrion iifhpiriis ami rmcti. nKl d
ransements nl'the Nervous S)stem feneraliv Fain
In Hack or Side, Lo-st.f Meinorv. I 'rr n, ut nr.- Ol,.
A(.-e ami riseases
that b ud to ( on
ty and an early
urHve. nr b"th'.
So matter him
shattered t h e
system may be
from exeesse- of
any kind, a short
course of this mn!n n:e w ill renin
tl'ins and prorure he:lh ai.d h:ii (j in. s . where b-
n re whs i!. .pi, keener and irli-om. llie Spec'r!-.
bin. j u-ed
wiiii v.',tuli r. Jl
!-t full I
Write !ir th . n, ar t
p i (nil particiilLis.
l'ri.-e. speeitle. !.' per p" kM:e,i r pai ..
aees for J.'i.ou. Will t scut by mall ou rti:pt
money Address nil order".
J. . SIMFS-ON'S VFJlIl INK CO..
No, l' i end !, lulu St., Iluliiilo, N. i
(iltAY'S SPECIKIC 31 Kbit INK,
TRADE MsV'K.Ihe l.ren L'u,l-!lU;.IiL" MAI.-.
i:, tiieih. mi uii-fi!ir,-.'
Spvr in a t orrlim-s,
linpoU'tiry. aud all
di-easis that fol
low lis a coore
OiK'Si') of self
T p m , s
abnee; as loss ofASi
jjoiuio xfcruujimemory, univetsiu vv.v,
lassitude. nsli 'u the bnck. dim ir.. ip-t -
ness of iaiiTi. prematnrV old aue"1"0
and many other diseases that lead to Insanity i
consumption ana a premature t;rave
Full particulars in our pamphlet, is. hit I: we i
sire to send In e by mail to every one 'lhi.-sp
liSc medicine is sold bv a'l druL't'i-t- ai fl pe
packaire, six forS'. or will be i-ct.t tree b uini v.
reeeipl of the money bv addn sslntr 1 11 . RA
MEDIt'INE CO., No . a M.-cliaelrs bio. k. Dr'ru:'
Mich, hold tn Cairo by liarclay Ilrcs.. 1'aai t.
hchuh and Geo K. O Ilara.
I. perfi-tly put.,. Preaoonr.,! ihs toe-l rv lb- fct; B
ei meai-il sulhor it.es in ln woil I iin. n.cn.
s-rll IU Worin'. Ki ' "i. met ii I nn l'7.
bniojKiuuis. w u acuarriLiH d co t
DR. KLINE 8GREAT'
. I . . . i -w n n r-
la a w ntnvtnto vntu
A)rilir.ai: A NrKs Im.i.hu. ,7v.r-
I jf:ur Jur fit, tini iin ' Atti AttUvnt,
1 tritdatfiu. Tresllw-ami 2 trtltx)tllerii,
J VltDaln-utMhST p nseipr..ji!. Srtwj I nil y
Wr. V. an'l ril'n-i O'eiir.. iu . .......
Arch Su I-hliaUcliWla, is. jttlwiiKgail j " ,v-
men hi di s -e in real
a see iitltle ireiu-e oo
Spernialiirriesa at.-l s-es
tial llebilily. iietbi"
vi llh suk'Kestii'i. as t't
Hie best ItKMKDIKS and meUmils ol treatment
slionld semi for the new pamphlet, by a phyaitlao b .
tlurty years eipertence. Frlee, 10 cents.
Address Murray Hill Fub. Co.
va t..'m stbsst,
X. V. CITY.
VI 11 4 VC1 Stops, 4 sets reeds ONLY
fr(.(. A(lllrif iiamel if.
Realty, Washington N.J.
T.owet prices ever know
no iirt-rsen - ijondrrm.
Iiirie, and ltevolirns
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
at Kreutly redneed prle.
isenil slum n for our Sen
lllllStrHteif ruLllolrllA i ri)
r.POWELI.itSOK.SSMMu Street, CIM'I.NNaTl.O.
A (iUKAT OKFERllup'New
l'IANOH,fl,'i0,iip. WA R H ANTEIUI years. Hoc
mid lliisd Instrumenls at HARUAINr?. AOKNT3
WANTED Illustrated CATALtltiUE FHK't.
IIOKACK WATERS A CO., tail llrosdway, N. Y.
The New Food
Malt Bitters Company.
b i rj: t :ii h s.
riMIKHKls ro erestir Illeod 1'roducnr and lifts
1 sustaining principle In the world of foods ot
medicine than MALT lilTTF.RS, prepared from
Lurernunted Mall, Hops and ljulnlne. They feed
the body and the brain, enrich the blond, solidify
the bones, harden the muacleH, unlet the nerv, b,
-t. - .1... mil ,l liiisl'.ief fliiT.i.flf.n -uif.tli,.., Ika
tie: list I 'j..
E I U Id
coeer in" .i,,. ... . . ..r,,,,.., ..Ki,.. .
stoinarh and bowels, cletusc the liver and kldncji,
and vltaiuu w nn new lite every tiuiti oi tne rouy.
Dev. nt" of Imitation similarly named, Look for
tho COMPANY'S SIGNATURE which nppeam
tilalnly on the label of every bottle, Hold every
where. MALT mi'lLRS I O., llostun, Mass.
Newonil verv Attractive Styles arc now ready
"f A W '"''t cnMnet or I'arlor orgaus In
Jl AO' '11 tin world, winners of blKheatdla
tlnctlon at every preat World'
AND Exhibition for thirteen years.
Trices. SM, $57, tm, h, (fus to
TT MT IV I P"1 ud upwurd, For easy pay
iiiiniiii.i inunts. fii.tis a iiiiirtcr ntia ep-,
ward, i utn;ociies iree, MASON I
A Hamlin Ort'int CO., ir4 Tre-i '
ttiolit street. Ritstoti : 4li Fust 14th
street, (tinlon Sqnnru,) New Yurlt, 14H Wabash V
aTvniifi tun ajo.
Q G O fi