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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
tut Moaxmi (nowDAti iimrnoi.
6lyMornlngtDailyln Southern Illinois
IrgMit Ciroulution of any Dally In
OFFICIAL PArEROF CITY AND COUNTY.
Colonel James G. Fair, who is to be
United States senator from Nevada, is of
Irish; birth, and is 49 years old. While u
boy he lived in Illinois, and at eighteen
went to California, and in time became a
upcrintendent of mines. In addition to
Lib fortune made from the Big Bonanza
nines, he owni nearly a hundred acres in
lirious parts of San Francisco. lie is of
medium height, and heavy, with a large
beard streaked with gray.
Grant, according to a Washington lrs
patth, is to have his choice of positions un
der the administration. If he should so
decide, Logan is to be made secretary of
war, and Grant put in his seat in the senate,
or if it should suit Grant's taste, Logan is
to remain where he is and the silent man
be made secretary of war. The geucral
belief is tbat Grant 'will prefer the war.
Garfield's wishes are not consulted in the
matter, for they are of little significance.
The stalwarts are dictating the terms and
distributing the spoils.
Wk thought the electric lamp had flick
ered out long since, but it seems we were
resting under a delusion. Edison has been
telliag the Indianapolis Journal all about
the completion of his new electric lamps:
''I am going to have sixteen candles of
effective light to the burner, which isaljout
two candles more than the ordinary gas
jet. I am testing these lamps to see
which break quickest. All the lamps arj
numbered you see, corresponding to
the numbers in this book, where is re
corded a hittory of each lamp. I raise
the lamp fo seventy-candle power, ( about
four times the strain they will ordinarily
bear), and then I watch to see where they
break, I have already tried the experiment
twice, and found that thirty per cent of
them broke exactly in the same place. I
have strengthened that spot and am now
after other weaknesses. These lamps must
be produced by machinery in large quanti
ties, and I wnt them exactly right. In
stead of being a loop ot cardboard carbon
ized, the form of a horse shoe or
inverted ox-bow, as last spring,
the present incandescent part is
a filament of bamboo just the
shape and about the thickiess of the "in
visible hair pin" with which ladies fasten
their bewitching frizzes. Edison has just
atarted a man to Cuba to select and for
ward fine-texture bamboo. The United
States electric company (Maxim) of this
city now announces the first competitive
light ot incandescence all the former
electric lights having been illuminations
by the old Voltaic arc a spark thrown
across between two joints of carbon.
"There can and will be no compromise in
electric lighting," said Mr. Edison, ''for in
aay contract it is expressly stipulated
that money shall be spent in fighting in
fringers, instead of dividing with them."
The form of the United States company's
lamp is that of a Greek cross. "We shall
give away our lamps,'' said the inventor,
"or rather hire them out, taking money
nly for the use of them. Payment will be
made by the candle power, instead of by
foot, and a simple method of measurement
will enable every consumer to tell at any
auouicnt how much has been used." Sixty
men are now working steadily by Mcnlo
Park, and eight hundred lamp posts aro up
ready for the lamps.
LAY IN A STOCK OF VIGOR.
Bodily deay is greatly hastened by caus
es scarcely perceptible in the beginning,
but which prey upon and umlerminu the
constitution proportionately to the degree
of neglect with which they aro disregarded.
A diminution of vital energy, the proximate
cause of which is a failingof digestive pow
er, is dangerous subversive of regularity in
every function of tho body. To lay in a
atock of vigor is only philosophic way to re
store health on a permaneut basiH. Tho
nation's favorite tonic. IIontetter'B Stomach
Bitters, is specially adopted to the use of
debilitated invalids, whonc Btomnchs fail in
duty, or whoso liver or bowels are inactive.
A steadily pursued course of this regulat
ing invigornnt, protects those wise enough
to adopt it from tho consequences sure to
ensue trom a dihregard oithc causes of fall
ing strength. Tim bitters moreover, not
only enriches tho blood, but purifies It.
HOW HAPPINESS IS SECURED,
natmincss is the abHeneo ui tui
novance. and wherever there w imin tin.
m disease. A puin in the lower portion of
inn iKKiy niuicaies a uisoruer ot some kind
If there is nny odor or color or deposit ir
the nrinc it means disease, and rennirois nr
tention tit ou e. We have heard many of
our incnus i-im'mk ot tno remarkable power
f Warner's Safe Kiducy and Liver Cure
and arc com lured there is nnlliino- nn iw
1 turn and valuablo for all disorders of the
urinary system, both male and female.
"Malt Bittkhh" are Brain. Nerve am
Jlloood food, peculiarly sdsnted to. ami
warmly recommended by our druggists
and physicians for General Debility, Men
tal and Physical Exhaustion, Hysteria,
Nervousness, Slecpbjsftieas, EmaeiaOon and
Hot? as Engdlsli Aetor RewIrM Hi
Henry Irving linn h liiivuto supper
room of his own behind tho scenes of
tho Lyceum theatre, lit this apart
incut which is, in fut, a suite of
rooms, for tho cninsou curtains sepa
rate tho supper room from a pantry
leading into a kitchen tho celebrated
London actor receives his friends al
most every night of tho week. It is
seldom that he sups alone, and on Sat
urday nights he presides overfliiitoa
numerous company. This private mU
It a manger is approached by crossing
the stage and pacing through a room
bungwith armor and weapon.". Irving's
supper room is that whero the members
of the Beefsteak club used to meet be
fore they removed to their present
quarters, next the Folly theatre. Tho
Beefsteak club, which has for its rul
ing spirit the duke of Beaufort, does
not seek publicity, and surely no ren
dezvous could have been better 9iiitcd
to its confidential character than the
rooms in which Mr. Irving now re
ceives his friends. The motto of tho
Beefsteak is still inscribed in antique
gilt letters on the crimson wall of the
recess where a pianoforte stands. It
Let noons Uke from out (hi threshold
Wordi utter 1 here in friendly confldrnec!
This motto is like the oath of tho
lover in"TricoehectCacolct," and pre
vents niv taking advantage of the sit
uation, 'but as I may not tell yon
what Irving and his friends wid, I
may at least describe the scene. The
apartment, although not very large,
has a lofty ceiling, and is paneled in
oak. There is a portrait of Charles I.,
which may have been Irving's model
for his make-up in Will's play, an I
Jack Bannister is painted, too, in his
habit as be lived, and knights' armor
stands mounted in one corner, ine
supper table is spread in the centre of
the room. Some of the guests have
been in front, and there is no limit to
their expressions of admiration over
their host's acting as they sit chatting
prior to his arrival from his dressing
room. They are all Irviugiles to a
nun. Besides Mr. Stoker, a young
Irishman, who is tliecuthusiastie bus
iness manager of tho Lyceum, and to
who.se energy aud tact considerable ot
its success is due, there aro such men
as Jonl Henry omersei, sou oi mi;
duke of Beaufort ; Mr. Furquar.brotli
ol Sir James Farqunr, and a very pop
ular club nun; Mr. Aniistrong.au
amateur critic and patron of the dra
ma, from Manchester, and a rummer oi
others, including a witty Irish M. P.,
who tells many winning anecdotes of
his countrymen and occasionally in
fuses a dash of politics into the whis
ky-mid-ivater oi his mi morons ex pe
riences. To mem enier aaer a nine
Mr. Irving, followed by a curly dog
kuowu as "Charlie," who is wont to
sit upon a chair during the repast and
make known his wants in tho most
unmistakable fashion. "Charlie" is
of a breed undetermined, but makes a
very smart appearance with his close
ly-clipped Iignt nairanu cxpressivo
brown eyes. Mr. Irving comes into
the room with a swinging tread and
shakes each guest cordially by Jus
baud. His manner is extremely sim
ple, unassuming, and friendly, and he
lias mucti llio same personal magnet
ism as that exereiftcd by the late II.
J. Montague. He docs not wear even-
iiur dress, but is quietly andomtort-
ably attired in a gray morning coat
and dark trousers. Hi3 eves look out
piercingly through blaelimnied eye
glasses; his hair is worn long, but, if
I make myselt clear, wunoui any ai
fnetntion of be'uiir so. He eats with a
relish nnd talks very little, but ho is a
capital listener. His favorito excla
mation is, "Dear- me!" Ho is, 1 fancy,
much interested m American xneairi
cals, and was greatly absorbed by
6omc of the accounts of tho magnetism
of our favorito actress, Clara Morris.
With Booth and McCulIoiigh he is
quito familiar. Cor. riMaatuprti
An I uinipressihlc Woman.
A colored Adonis in Virginia City
in love with a buxom German wo
man who keeps a saloon in the north
ern part of the town, aud has been
using every art and lino Luu down in
4'Sc It-Helps to Courtship" to induce
her to reciprocate his alfection. .But
she is obdurate and refuses to receive
his attentions, nud he is therefore
bowed down with woe. Plan after
plan failed schemo after scheme were
attempted with (inglorious results.
His Grctchcn was not willing and all
tho willingness an I attentions of this
new "Uarkis" went lor naught, it
was tantalizing, demoralizing, aud
unbeai able uuy longer. On a lato
night he determined to resort to des
pcrato means to arouse pity in tho fair
ono's breast, and posting himself in a
vacant lot adjoining her residence,
nwaitcd her appearance at tho window.
the Teutonic beauty soon appeared,
and tho colored Hoinco raised his pis
tol, fired, and drop pal heavily to tho
ground. "Mein Goltl That fool has
shot himself," screamed the object of
his affections aud a crowd soon' gath
ered at tho spot. They caught hold
ol the inanimate form and dragged it
over the oyster cans, bricks and other
resuscitating debris toward tho house.
"Don't bring dot tiling iu here. Take
him to the ooudertaker," screamed tho
hard-hearted one, whereupon tho dis
gusted remains got up and tied, leav
ing an astonished crowd.
Cuaumont, tho Parisian Lotto.
The reigning favorite in London is
tho Cliauiuout, tho acknowledged
queen of tho Palais Koyal. if, says an
entertaining correspondent, a compar
ison had to be made, 1 should say that
sho were a Lotta who had been
brought up iu Paris, installed with
the spirit of "pure cusseduess" that
runs riot through cafes chantaiits,
molded into nrtistio shnpo by tho in
genious authors and stao managers of
this gay capital, and then let loose be
fore tho footlights to work her own
sweet will in tho most retluod chan
nels of grossuusH. Chalunoiit does
not proceed altogether upon imputes
HLo tho erratic Lotta. Sho is aeon-humiliate-
uriistc in hot province, as
grout in her small way as llistori iu
iicr largo ouu. She has an ugly littlo
liiec, a figure which would be called
dumpy were it not for tho manner in
which it is lilted by her modiste, aud,
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY, MORNING, NOVEMREK 13, 1880.
in short, sho owes little or nothing to
personal attraction, but, given her
charm of expression, and sue is tho
prettiest homely woman 1 ever saw.
Chaumont is immensely successful in
iicr songs. Two of the most popular
aro "Lu rrciniere Feinllo" aud "La
Bouue A unco." "La Premioro Fou
ille" was sung In New York by Mrs.
Harold Power, and I have heard Lot
ta sing it in private; but, needless to
say, Mine. Cuaumont brings out its
meaning better than those who havo
ununited her. Nothing could be more
exquisite than her rendering of this
expressivo song, with its refrain of
Je aula la premiere fculllel"
Sho has a trick of ending tho refrain
with a littlo chirp and grimace, for
which I can 11ml no description so
good as the word "cunning." "La
Bonne Anucc" is descriptive of New
Year's Pay and lis observances, and
there is one verso that is decidedly
risky; in fact, it could scarcely bo
more so; but Mmo. Chaumont lias a
delightful way of doing the most
equivocal or rather unequivocal things
iu the most ingenuous manner, and
to the pure all things are pure. An
other of the verses, however, can be
enjoyed without an arrkriitnstt
th'is'describes the snioulderiilg indig
nation of a caller who finds a person
whom he had hoped to hear was not
"at home." The way Mme. Chaumont
mal.es him shake hands and ejaculate
"Happy New Year!" iu anything but
a cordial tone, is worth a jouruov to
sec aud hear.
Tunnel Under the EiifflNh Channel.
The iireliniinarvcx-'avations for this
enterprise are being natively put for
ward at S tngat to, ik&i Calais at a spot
where the clitls have an alutu.lo ot
Bcventv feet above tho level of the sea
at high-water. A point has bom
chosen where the rocks of gray chalk
which have to bo traversed by the
tunnel come to show their heads at
the surface of the soil. On iho oppo
site shore similar borings havo been
begun, so that the works are proceed
ing simultaneously. The soundings
that havo l-een made during the past
few years demonstrate that the bau of
the channel eonsiste of a compact iuvs
of chalk, resting on banks of slate.
This mass, which is easy enough to
pierce, is viid at the same time to re
sist filtration sufhViently. It would,
therefore, present a f ubstanceexeellont-"
ly adapted for perforation. But what
yet remains to bo proved is whether
the succession of ihef chalk l.ijers
will not disclose some irregularities or
ruptures which would render the cu-.
The shaft at Sangatte ha- now
reached a depth of nearly -j" feet, or
about 130 feet below tho level of high
water. It has a width of ten feet, and
is lined with oak, so that the water
cannot penetrate very freely, not more
than seventeen gallons a minute.
This water is not salt, which is thought
to prove that the layers hitherto titiv-er-icd
have their point of contact suf
ficiently far from the shore to prevent
the sea from ascending the shaft. It
is intended to sink to a depth of 300
feet, and then a gallery will be exca
vated in the direction of England.
Up to the present tho engineers are
highly satisfied with the results ob
tinned. Lassoing a Bear.
The following account of the lasso
iug of a 400-pound cinnamon bear by
two well-known citizens of this coun
ty has been sent us for publication,
aud knowing the parties and their
high standing for truth and veracity,
we give it space in our paper: "Geo.
Cornell aud Gus Richardson were a
short time since engaged in driving a
baud of cattle from Camp Wood, in
Yavapai county, to Mineral Park, Mo
have county, and when reaching the
Muddy, a little north of Anvil Rock,
they discovered a thort distance ahead,
crossing the rood, a large cinnamon
bear. Gus suggested to his compan
ion that they amuso themselves with
his lordship, bruin. No sooner sug
gested than Adopted. The boys drop
ped tho cattle and prepared their ria
tas for sport. They made a charge
upon bruin, who seemed a little inde
pendent and oblivious of their pres
ence. Cornell soon had a hitch around
tho neck of his beat-ship, when com
menced a tustle for mastery nud liber
ty. Bruin caught the riata iu his
teeth and made aucll'ort to sever tho
strands, when ( us took iu tho situa
tion and slipped the rope around tho
hind legs ot the animal, stretching
him out as long as a fence-rail. The
horses which these gentlemen were
riding being well trained to tho work
of vaiiueroH.AHslstcd to hold bruin safe
and sure. Their riatas were now do
ing good service, and the next question
arising was how to get them oil from
the old fellow, who was groaning in
pain and rage, they having left their
lirc-armsat home. A thought struck
(Jus. He backed his horse up, fasten
ed tho riata mound tho horn of his
saddle commanded him to stand firm
while he dismounted, aud commenced
a lusiladu with rocks. The head of
the bear was pretty severely bruised,
tho blood running profusely from his
nostrils, when Georgo recollected that
he had a pocket-knife. Quicker than
thought ho was upon thu ground, und
scientifically approached the utrug
gling bear; fetched him a tickler mi
der tho short ribs, which ended the
struggle, with victory for two of tho
best vaqueros iu Arizona. Gus says
tho bear died game, giving across
eyed glance while breathing his last."
Isaac D. Lawson, says The Syracuse
Courier, who died iu the county in
cauo asylum, came to Syracuse about
fifty years ago as a tinsmith, and after
ward followed tho trade of tinker, ac-
cumulating 91 2,000, which is now on
deposit with tho Syracuse Trust And
Deposit company. Lawson and his
wito lived in a hovel, without furnit
ure, and subsisted entirely on bread
nud water, occasionally indulging in a
littlo sugar, which was their only
luxury. Somo timo ago they wore
judiciously Adjudged Iimuio, and com
mlttcd to tho asylum. Lawson left
a will bequeathing tho money to his
wife, and she has u will leaving It All
to him. Sho Is now .mentally inca
pacitated, being tiuablo to write her
own uaino. .
Thiatt Ybawi' Extkaience of ar Old
Nckse Mrs. Winslow's Soothing 8yrupia
the perscription of one of tho best female
physicians and nnrses in the United States
and has been used lor thirty years with
never failing safety and success by millions
of mothers and children, from the feeble
infant otono week old to tho adult. It
corrects acidity of tho stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, health and comfort to mother and
child. We believo if the beat and surest
remedy in tho world, in nil cases of disen
tcty and diarrheca in children, whether it
arises from teething or from any other
ciiuhc. Full directions fr nsing will ac
company each bottle. Noue genuine un
less the fuc simile ot Curtis & Perkins is nn
tho outside wrapper. Sold by all medicine
dealers. Twenty-live cents a bottle. (3;
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mi H. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon '.10 days
trial, speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them w ith
To nchc or uot to ache that's the ques
tion. This cheerful conundrum, yo rheu
matic sufferers, is by no means as difficult
as a proposition in Euclid. Try Dr. Thom
as' Eclectric Oil and you will find it just as
eay Dot ti ache as to cche. Sold by
M ire cases of sick headache, bilious
ness constipation, etc., can be cured in less
time, with less me.licino nnd for less money
by using Carter's Little Liver Pills than by
a:iv other nioaas.
To it w 1:0 are yutTt ring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early di.cay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
sent! a i-'cipe that will cure yon, free of
charge. This groat remedy wss discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Semi
a self-addressed envelope to tho Rev. Joseph
T. Innian, Station D, New York City.
TEN PER CENT. BONDS FOR SALE
Wc are offering $10,000 in first mortgage
improvement lionds of the Colorado Co
operative Inspecting and Mining tym
pany at par with accrued interest. Thcs.
bonds bear ten per cent, interest, payable
semi-annually, and are payable November
1st, 1 S33. For lurther information, address
the financial agent, Indiana Investment
Comuany, 38 West Washington street,
NO MORE NAUSEOUS DRUGS.
For nauseous drugs, no osc there soon will
For Salts, M.vjnehia, Senna no pretence,
Dispensing Chemists, all men will 3gree,
To view, as things with w hich they may
But when Dyspepsia assails, then is the
time to try,
Spring Blossom's virtue as a remedy.
Prices: 50 cents, trial tattles 10ctnt.
ILL. Hodoe, Cambridge, Mich., says:
I have been afflicted with Asthma for years,
an "Only Lung Pad" gave me immediate
relief. 1 can recommend it as the greatest
remedy ever produced. See Adv.
Thi: stock of the Colorado Co-operative
Prospecting and Mining Company is rapid
ly advancing and will probably bo at par
iu February. There is- only a limited
nmount of the working capital left, and
that is held at t'L2 per share of flO per
aki'!. It is a desirable investment, and
you can get some of it by immediately ad
dressing the Indiana Investment Company,
u'3 West Washington Street, Indianapolis.
Van Stonk & Bnosnv, Wholesale and
Retail Druggists, Toledo, Ohio, snys: We
htavo sold larc quantities of the Excelsioi
Kiilney Pad, and have been surprised at the
unvarying satisfaction given by them. See
Jacob Smith, Clinton St., Buffalo, says
he has used Spring Blossom in his family
as a general medicine for cases of Indiges
tion, Biliousness, Bowel and Kidney com
plaints, and disorders arising from impuri
ties of the blood, ho speaks highly of its
efficacy. Prices: SO cents, trial tattles 10
STOP THAT COUGH.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection ot the throat or lungs, use Dr.
Kind's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and havo given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure cure for throat
and lung effectionp, and can cheerfully
recprotnend it to all. Call and cet a trial
taitty free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
Fur sale bv George E. OTIara. Druggist,
Cairo, III.' (3)
No remedy for kidney diseases hereto
fore discovered can be held for one mo
ment in comparison with Wurner's Safe
Kidney and Liver cure. C. A. Harvey, I).
I)., Washington, I). C. '
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT S PATENT
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Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
A n ft win-k In ynnrowntiiwn, f 5 outfit frfe. No
,M)l)H'k. Kiailar. If yoa wimt bimltioM ill
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'tky kit llii time tlmv work, wrlto for purllcuUni to
II. IJAUEIT 4CU..Hi)iilsud.
43 Years liearc the Public,
Dr. C. MoLANE'S
are not recommended aja remedy " for all the
Ills that flesh is heir to," but in affection of
the Liver, and in all bilious Complaints, Dys.
pepsin, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a vivid.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prrpara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uncqualed,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
, The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming 1!ros.
I Insist upon havinp the genuine Pit.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prupared by
FLEMING 11R0S., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
ViTt lUMKUUHD SYRUP
VXi'KMVE ANXIETY, or I'KuU.LI
I J Ml'UV, will iikxIuco Infirmity In tbn Nitv
ou hjHlrni, In irojuirliou a. iho (itreDjjth of the
fyxlfin is npi'iidud upon the ml let lu tronMid
thought, o uri'lhc ori:au f dlci hIiou. aitdinulr
tlnu .ml nutrition rcuU'r-d Inactive tint eluuith
in pruiorttou a ttie nyxtem bvcinti- inllrm. Kv. ry
in'livldual ba no me onu orvan that I. weaker than
tl.e rt, .net t ht. In ahvivf the firt lo.urler durinz
Durvou proniritliou: fur example, nrHtrlioi urw.
.onietiim 5 caiife" totnl nien-ion of the uiu-i u
lar uction of tho heart, iien thi" p.tli nl 1 1 hil
Itaf'id, produi-iiis; mildi n heiuoi riisj,' and death..
No doubt icy Icidut rirriHii). of th practiMlity of
n tone;' the cervou. nytem, t:d tarouch the
ri'.rv. s i'u; nm-e!iK of the Impaired ur.'an rKL
LOWS' ID.MI'UI.M hYKl T of IU I'Ol'UOS
11111 Km Im. he'-n proved to puM'h RUcb power
iimiini-roiii. li.-'aiiee. J- m"i impart Mrei.-utb to
ovrri.oru-; !''.. i noli . IVrun v tio are .vruetnmeil
lu bivk -J', ili ! it dark idn. nd who foe Im plea
i.re in lh in-;, onui-iiis thin Syrop coon I.-arn to
v lue aud eiijoj lile, and thom who Mudy deeply
iliirr. !"'' hoiin. will Ard iu the Hyrup a pro
W'trnf the power of endnm.ec iu thi.1 brai'j.
There U uo anurdity in Iho fact that an impair
ed V-rviu Sv'tem eauiet Consumption. Neural
Eli. hror.ehltl., Ilyau-pMn. Asthma, Kpik-plic Fit.
W bo pin: (' uh. Heart I)iae. and a bn of
utl.ern then tiy Is it absurd that Krllow ' llypo
phnph!te, which etfertuallT enrea Nervom Debil
ity. -ho-.!d cure there dim-aum also. "KemoTe the
caa.e ai.d the complaint w'U coe.
t' Look out for the name and addrrm. J I.
FKL1.0W,M. John, N. B . on tho wrapper In
water mirk, which i men by holding the paper be
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rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. ItAM.IDAY, PreMrlcM.
II. L. IIALLIDAY. Vlce-I'rcaltlfnt.
TUOS. W. IIALLIDAY, Caihlor.
I. RTAATH TATIjOlt, W. P. PAI.LIDAT,
UKMHr I,. IIAIXIDtr, II. II. ICNHINdllAH,
, D. WILLIAMSON, HTII'MKN MIMD,
Exchange, Coin and United Spates Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Dcpnalt. rccotved and general linking buatao.i
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely KelieTH.
And Can rrove What c Claim.
.VyThera arn no fallnreii and no dlcappui1
nu?- If yn ara troubled with TicITirkAD
ACHK you ean be nHy and qukkly cured, aa
hnudredi' havehfen already. We .hail be pleurd
to mail a ahwetof tea limonfa). to any lnlere.uitl. "
('niter's Little Liver Pill
Aiao c ure all lorrni or Illliou.ueii.. prevent Conatl
pallon and Iiy.pepnia, promote IiLreatlou, relieu
(liKtrma from too heartv eating.'forrect Kltorderi
of the Stomach, Stimulate Hie Liver, and KegulaU)
Ihc Howelf. They do all tola by takluu Juat one
little pill .tt a doe. They aro purely vexctahlo, da
not i;ripe or pure. und' arc a. nearly pt rfect a
It l poo.ible for a pill to be. I'rico -jr, um, s for
f I, Sold by dru'fifta evervivherc or tent by mall
CAHTL'K MKDICINE CO. , EHIK. PA.
To NcnoaH Sufii r rs-TL lirr-at Lumpenr! DVbi
iMtv-Hr. J. It. Simp'oin'aSpei illp Metllclnf.
tr. J. II. Hltnp.on'f Specific Medidne L a poai
live cure for Spermatorrhea, Impotcury, W'eakui a.
nd all dieui reaultinefrnm Ndf-Abun-. m Nur
voua llchlllt v, Irrltaldllty. Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lacallude, Ilepri-aaiou of Splrlia and funrtional df
rar.Remrnta ol the Ncrvoua hyati ni L-merally I'aina
in u a or niue. i,o or menmry. rretnatiire lllii
that lead to Con
ty nud an eaiiv
(rave, ir both'.
No mutter how
MMeru may he
from exrearra of
acy kind, a Miorl
rotire of tLla mrdii im-u ill re.i.,r n, 1,....
tlnnaNnd priM-ure hea th ai.d happltie, vihere bo
f'.re wan dc-poi.(ieKf y acd gloom The Npecldc
Sledieiiie In belr.15 ua-d i!h wonderful toe
l'atniihlet. f.-nt free to ill. Wril' for Ibo aa
Rel full particular.
I'riee. tperlEc. l ffi r perkajf. or fix ptk
ife. for $5 ti. W ill be cl by uiall ot) reevlpt r
iiiouey. Addrei. all order.,
J. B. HMPhoN'S MEDIC'INK CO.,
No., lul .nd Hifl Main M., linflalo. N. K
GRAY'S fPJTIFIC MKPICI.NK.
TRADE MJRK.Tbe final Kcfr.lf b 1 HA DL MABA
l.emedv. an un
failing cure (or
Impotenry. und ail
di.ea.ea that fol
low a a con.'
onence of ?lf
t r ip l' i"0: m loi. of,'.
JJetorO iaitngmetnorv, unlver.al
laltnde. palp'n the back, dimift.. T-v,-.
neaa of vialon. premator old ai:e,i"w iOC.
and many other di.ea.ea that lead to In.acityc
con.umptlun and a prematura Kravc.
Full particular. In our pamphlet, wbi h Me d.
aire to .end free by Wail to every una Thei-pe
tiic medicine la .old by all dniKcl.t. at per
pai ke. .ix for t'j, or will bo lent Iree by n,il o
ncelpt of the tuouay by addn aalnz Til B OilA f
M KDK'IN K CO., No.H M.-cbanlc. block, lifroil
Mir!.. Hold In Cairo by itarclay Itro... I aai h
Kchuh andtieo. V, OTIara.
HOIl CHILDREN !TT"E JmvZ
Illo.trated Matarlno will er.ur on 111 IM
Teiriniwl. I.fO a Year, in advance, Send fcr
Sample No. and premium l.i.t New Sul-.criber
pet rtr niniber bv .ub.rribluK now. A!dn
.ll lr.lll I I Dl.lniKlf UMrA.-lI.
NKYV AI)V KRTISK.MI'.NTS.
1 11 St"p. i aW fid. OM,V"
ri A.Mi" I'.i mi riper
,dUM'. IIA.MtL f.
It-ntty. Wa.hlnt'ton N.J-
liwet prleM ever k mw
on Hpeerh laarn.
Kltlr. ami Itrtol.m.
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
I at icn-Btly reiucel pno.
I rtend .lamp for our New
Illufctrntfif fjitAltHrne 1 1).
T. POVTE LI. 80S, tat M Ju bi 1. el. 1 1 St N 1 1 . 0.
A (iltEATOKFKIi !!?;;
PIANOS, JIM), up. WAIt"ANTKO year.
ot,d Hand lD.trumei.t at ILMf AI NJ. AOKN't
WANTKI) illustrated t A1 M.t I'K H'KK
IIOKACK WATLIIS A O . '.M HronUay. N.
M A. I j T
The New Food
Malt Dittki:.- Co.mi'any.
B 1 rJ' T J l s.
TrtKKKi. do (freater Blood Producer ec i,f
.u.talnini; prinelple in the world ol frod or
medicine than MALT WIT fc lit, prepnnd Irom .
I'urennented Mult. Hop. and Quinine. They feeil
the body and the brain, enrich the hh-od. .olldilv
the bonce, nnrdeu Ihe mupclif. riutet the ncra,
cheer the mind, perfect dipe.tloh. reirulate thp
.tomicb and bowel., clcan.e the liver and kidnevn,
and vttulir.c with new life every fluid of the body.
Hcware of Imitations .imllarly named, Look for
tho COMPANY'S BIGNATIKK which appear
iilainlvon th label of every bottle, hold cvtry
where. MALT MTTEKH CO., lUmtou, tas.
New and verv Attractive SItK-h re now reiwly
lle.t. cabinet or Parlor organ, ii
tho world, wlnnera of hijrhpatdla
tlnction at every (treat World'
Kxhlhltlon for thirteen yean.
Price., $M , 57, JOB, t-l, $10 to
$.V)and upward. Porea.ypay
merit.. $i.:W a quarter and up
ward. Cataloeue. free. MASON
& Hamlin Organ CO., IM Tr
mout.trect. llo.ton:4K Ka.tllih
atreet. (Cnlon Square,) New York, 149 WabasU
avenue. t'hli aL'o.
rv 1 ourselves by making moti
I ley when 11 rotden chance
ll 11 1 I it otfered, thereby alwayii
II I J I J I keeping poverty from yoar
dmr. Tho.e who alway
take advnntB'fe of tho pood
chances for making money that arc offered, gnneral
ly become wealthy, while tho.e who do not Im
prove auch chance, remain In poverty. We want
many men, women, boy. anil girl, to do work for on
rlht In their own local Itle., Tho bualne.a will
nay more than ten timea ordinary wairci. We
fiirnl.h an rxpen.cn.lv ontfll and all that you
need free, No one who cnRatrea fulls to mate
money rapidly. Yon can duvote yonr whole time
to the work, or only vonr aparo momenta. Fall
information and nil tliat la needed .ent free. Ad
dre.. STINHON & CO., Portland. Maine,
OUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Works
9.1 OHIO LEVER. CAIRO. 1 1 18.
John T. Kennie,
HAVIN'O eatabllahed hi. work, at ill above mem -,
tloned place Is better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Hteam Knglne. and Mill Machinery.
LtavlnR a Hteam Hammer and antlo Toole, the
maniiracliiro of all kind of Machinery, Railroad,
Kteambnnt and Bridge Porting made a jmeclalty.
E.pecial attention given to repair, or hi 'Ine and
Bras. Castings of all kind, made to ordei
Pipe Piling in all In urancbin.