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TIIK DAILY BULLETIN.
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TABKU imO'6 Manufacturing Jewelers,
ifo. 12H Commercial ave Cairo, 111.
TI1K DAILY "CAIUO
Ho! for Wickliffe.
Penpl desiring to attend tho inlu of lot
at Wicklitfe, Ky, to-dy, We.ln-Uy, Nor.
17th, are notilie l that the f.-rrybot Ihrue
States will extend her trip to that p ace,
conveying all who desire to go without
Fort TtaT Llou.e of six rooms for runt,
situated tit die corner of Twentieth and
Walnut streets, Enquire of
U. II. CUN.MNOnAM.
Sue. Hr. t'lmr
WliAHlKlt KKH JflT.
C a t a f I 1., Nov. 18. j -W) (
ilmn Wind. Vl Weather
House and I"1 011 Cross slrc'!l neftr 1
High school. House is two stoty.has Grooms
hii7 hull und is in pond condition Desire--uble
neighborhood. Piice $750.
M. J. JIowlky, Heal Estate Agent.
Five lots on on Levee struct, above, Ilced'u
foundry. Will be sold cheap. Title; per
fect. M. J. IIowlkv, Heal Estate Agent.
Sure euro for rheumatism, neuralgia, dya-
Lvpiia und all derangements of the system.
H ith rooms, 123 Commercial ay. nue, oyer
Tiber's jewdrystorc. lerniH: ningic un",
int. . : l...il, r, 'I'rv llll'in.
V . 11. jllAIlllAH,
u..lm.i. T. miu rill'.M'. (U J : llimilinm irni
mnn'8i; Ualnfall -WI IlK'liisa. IVvcr, 16
eat Intlwu. Vali.tmcbea.
W. II. WAY.
Scr.'t M.n&l Corn. V. S. A.
SPECIAL LOUAL ITEMS.
Tfloticiitn tMaeulo'.n.L ve ee:n p
Mate a jnc:. oi u
fiio best aborted stock of Cooking and
ating Stoves, Tinware, Hariwarc, IIol-
f warf, Cultcry, etc., etc., can ho lound
(A. Ualley't), 115 CommerciMl aveuua.
"hiy'Champion Monitor" is the best
' he in tha market lor titlier woiid or
?,ia he had only at A. lldll-y's, 115
-lose wishing to make nu accnptablo
nt for Christmas would do well to
in thir orders us soon as passiblo so
II ca3 b'j accoiumodatud.
, Hoatin? Stoves.
Forty Westminster base-burners in use
Vibe city and ull ive pjrlect SHtibfaction.
old only by A. JUlley, us uonini'-rciui
) ; F. Koeblcr.
For the finent roasts, the jucient steaks,
w tendurt'bt chops, the most delicious
stint!, the best sausiL'es. vou must W) to
;red K-iBhlur's nample room ou Eighth
reet,where tlie very cream of the market is
.ways to bo found.
i Over 1550.000 Howe scal'iS sold. Bor
lm. RHilpck & Co.. arzents. tit. Louie. Mo.
' T ' (J .
Fre-h Mobile oysters will bo kept
imiif tiiroiiirh tli season, constantly
htock.aml our numeroita cuslon'iers will be
supplied in quantities to suit, by the dozen,
hundred or thousand. Also fresh Baltimore
oysters in cans, best quality and all trrai .s
nt cIomu tieures. 8 :n(i your orders to the
Oyster and Fish Depot, rhio levee, comer
KijjhUi street. Kobekt iujwktt, Agei.i.
AT A OllliAT SACRIFICE.
"On account of Bickness of myself and in
my f imily, I am compelled to Ci.ohk my
nHiM9, and therefore will sell my entire
atock of riN mii.mnkry oOD8 at a Rreat
carrirtf.f. commencinti to-day.
I linve the finest and largest a well hs
LKaT en wptit.i rtook ot toods in me
city aud all must bk hold.
Mas. C. McLane.
T .vntv . wrr insinnoo, limy
liUljIiJli UK'I .mniily eio
iliiiite a lion rireoU
-County court was in e8aY,f wiilnrliy
w 'IiIp.Ii rlini'iiwiil flirt
and objections tome receui t),e ftii nt t,,0
menta were heard. zura 8. This
mi. :.. ,.t !, tt..t.ih. ;7 M'ftir tnay bo
-lOoacvt-M.y . - y tov,,,..,. ....1
last few days has caused a suuui yf t))0 C)
terial rise In wood and coal. V?w1u'u tho oxiian
0 lever of iiiciiieiiil
. sterday, where bo has beerof )ifo l)(J p,.
two, purchasing a fall and wemsclve ia . unison
. 11 11,1,,,,. nf'-il1 ruMiuswuico oy
-Mr. A. J. B. Abbe), ol t . . . t
. ., ...f . .
i,ilo insurance company 'iimpl atsiuoivconi-
in the city ycHterdny, in the' lliiin thono which
company. b of Di .na9 of tho
hm (vrnj viii
A number of very quie whole, bad n ciaod
huvdbcen seen on ourstrec n it is in their n;i-
not being of the boisterou'1)' mi'lemling and
, foreign women, us
enpad arrest. example they bad in-
Mr. B. Walters has" of Amerien, and of
imnkP stHek on his Dlani "1 UBtr'11") io iiiing
smoke BtatK on r is pini g m Um
one having been blown 0II)UCi that nil over tho
z''0 and demolished. ,d woiiioii tliought deoi-
-Capt.Wm. IlambK, i.4i-iMiei betii lo
ii... f il, ,.!.m i...:.. i. i s., i
win iuuuiihl; i iiiomn- iiitir
Louis, passed throughs.
behind so us lo
And wiiai did these
. .. . i o bail iiioii ?
morning en route ior u - --
The resignation rAni auli(uily, from tho
that he be relieved 1 ti'"e tlmt which con-
tha nolice force wi'"" I'V''"" " uihiw, unu,
ino ponce ioru., wi ... : r !, . ,.,i0 ,f ,,.
the council by the,, fomiuia, sucli is the con
Although th"l)Uli" ol' tlluBJ gr at art ists.
v , , . . do you supposo MUo liiclicl
d.sagreeablo la5 Lo JUlinK jji-, wln, siog,,,
edatthu R-'f'ihn inublio ilio liuest nuisio in
Konc. He wilorld, i iiicmii tho poetry of Co;
,. , und of Kiiciiii', ic.Miscitu ed Jlcr--Ihosewli
Aju.a,c Ciimillc, Cbimeii.!,
ing a profttalne, Mouiine? O. tuiiisl.iiing llio
the sale of f'essioii which these ide d liiued
tv set 0fu ' tho poei'n nnnd? Ye-,douUt-y
s, but accessorily, for alio occupied
terms ol :risCf lloro j ril)8iickiiig them, in
Tlie king from eiicb one of ihem una
. i(i trbicli coiisiitiucd ber special grace.
" Tiud if she was Wreck. Hainan, t()iui.
"W- lisb, or Orieutil in playing Uic.! great
oelocK rules sue waa niucii inoie so us a I'un.
f i ; New -Billiard Saloon.
' Mt. Joseph Stengala has taken po9s"SHion
t' ' the building formerly occupied by Mr.
an'l Hurtman, on the corner of Sixth
ut and Commercial avenue, and has
,tablished therein a billiard saloon and
taurant. He has repaired the building
itroally, makiDg changes in the arrange
,oot to accommodate his views and furn
!aed it with every comfort that could bo
iahed for in a-first class establishment.
S has spaircd no pains to make bis place
(( ot the most attractive remirU in the city,
.t !MlAa all in nnin linil B,.f.lim.
Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve.
The best salve ia the world for cuts,
nines, sores, ulscrs. salt rheum, tever sores,
'i tcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
mraotced to give perfect satisfaction in
'cry case or money refunded.. Price, 25
'ats per box. For sale by Qko.E. O'Haka
M'mo Floyd has removed to Walnut
street between Twelfth and Thiiteenth
cir..i.fu V'niiiU received in the day-school
.v inctrllptlOII fr'lVI 11 in HOCCI al studies. Such
persons as are employed during the day and
desire lessons in Latin, Book-keeping and
M..ti,..i,niif h. will be taught at night by
PrM Pinvil. who is asSsistiiiL' Madamon and
WINTKK'S OLD ltKMABLK OYSTBlt DEPOlWashing
The undersigned would respectfully per lenial
form tho citizens of Cairo ttiat we are
receiving daily, and the only parlut of lots 83
Cairo, direct from Baltimore tresh oy 4(J ccnt8
J . .... tl,,. nd'dir ui
trie can-an ,r .u j,u...., - vcn b
CClvini; aim buiuiih at AA
sell them for ten and twenty centf1'8-Bt
1..m tlmn anv other house- in -Twelfth street
Choice Standard, full cans, foot; Fourteenth
choice Selects, full cans, 50 cent, 57 jncll(ijve 64
.t Winter's crrorerv. t - '
street, and at the
Parties can always rely upon
II. Wtructing cinder sidc-
, , Thirty-fourth street,
" ' . .IH. trnm IT HI.
TTiirM ' mi lu
ou Seventh str' avenue, city furnish
a sibms, ni as cents per
t) rlht to
tn ou wnicn
,i -b to be chargod hj
t aut exceed nuveu ccuw
., , ,llwy romninjr nhal) In
le fur all loJurUK n-nuliluKlu
ieleHueur ni'iillyi'iirn of
.iKortmijIoviJ oo n,, ,,,
u.ll be llio datyof hIi) comuany
4t the rilUof tb;lr truck, upon tha
L'ood Hound pluk. of nut U; than
icanurmoriitliiniilx luohnmldc; to
..i.nU to tliecronK.tif. wlih millii.. ..r n..t
Bftmr irichi! lu UinutU, wd comptny
. .11 lo iHtnk lu Hip ( miiincr (tint ponlou
, cro llr uxtdiidlog outxldu llio rut).
(' otion 9. All propil. tori,conductoror drlcrt
orcarian.ldrillwii) nr prolilblu-d fnim utou
lticlrcrtiHiyi(trf(tc.roKlimo an to lu.
(wferawlthorlntmaptlho lrvl of th I'vnrnl
tmeuwblch they aru rcquin-d to . In nop.
lnthlrcarlorthicoinruodlou of pann-ii.
"rt, tbcjr ikall in !l i aum-a pnii ofr th ri'sprc
iTccroMiDKatud not utoa until lbs rnarofthe cur
hall arrWe at tho lt aldcwalk ciolug In tbn Ui
ctloa In blrh ibf car mar b morlnu. Any per
vIoUlinK the i prorlalou. of tbil h. cIIod ahall lia
labletoafln- ,f not o' tbau thne dollura
or morn than ten dollara for eaih and evi-rr
I 8CTIII HI.
In all eaasa m hrt tn. ...
abicleahnll uiem a car upon the llnuof Ha track,
tch team or viliiclcauall five way to raid ear
niiuiiy or maili
GElSraiAL "1HKe D10VC" t0 rf,tir bi''8 ,0
on streets, with authority to
v . .1. .uiitracts.
tintlcea In to
luaertlorm carried by the following vote:
Thn t 9-IlHkp' Holiday, Howley, Jlinkle,
r, nnimi aun owoooua 7.
.Till 1.1 T?! 1.1 .. . .. .
ii'Luu-iiuuii tiuiKiu niovcu mat a new
ball bmmittee be appointcdjto asset the value
lots laid out on railroad strip. Motion
. j Alderman Blake moved that the old
for vommiUee appointed for the same purpose,
The ayes and nays being called on mo
tion, resulted as follows:
Ayes-Blake, Hlnkle, Patier, Smith and
Nays Halliday 1.
Alderman Howley being excused from
Alderman Hinkle moved that the new
committee, when appointed, bo instructed
to report at the next regular meeting. Mo
Alderman Blake moved to reconsider the
vote by which tho new committee was ap.
Alderman Halliday moved to amend by
laying motion on table. Amendment car
ried. Tho mayor appointed the following
named persons tn act as committee to as.
Bess tho valuation on lots laid out on Hail
road Strip : Blake, Howley, Eusterday and
The mayor reported having received and
accepted the resignation of P. M. Lully us
police constable. '
Alderman Howley moved to approve u -tion
ot mayor. Motion carried.
On motion of Aldermau Halliday, meet
ing adjourned. D.J. For.KV,
. City Clerk.
T!nUiiiyp..riion willfully or cna.lirlou.lv ..k.
rtjet, hlndir or Inlorflre wltk any of
id railway earn, by placing drlvlntr.
r topplua. or caue to placed
rarlvnn at a alow pteo, or atopued. any team, ve
cleorotunr ltai l. lu, upon, roaa, nUmj or
r to the track of ad railway, altor hulna nott.
y therluiclnirof fheearhe.il. Whover ahifl
tinilly vlolai.il any of the provialoua of lhl aoc
'0. ahall forreli the aiun o' nut Icaa tlmu thrci)
oars nor more than ton dollars for every anch of
crioit II, Tho aald railway romumy almll
kfulltrlpa the entire length of Ita road from
rthMroetat Italiiteraectlon with Uven aireet
' wwhiniiin aveauu at iia Interreclloti vlih
Bty-elKhtli atreet, from 6 o'clock a. m. to 9
ckp. w.,o that car aball at Ica-I a. nrr
The Ago of Mil HtlfH
is jiast, and Dr. Pierce's Golden .Medical
Discovery will not raise the dead, will not
cure you if your lungs are half waiated by
csiiHumption, or your syHtem sinking under
canrerotis diaetwe. It is, however,' iitiMtir
passed both as pectoral and alterative, and
will euro ohstinatd and severe tliec.ui a of
the throat and luni, roughs, and brorhial
sirections. By virtue oHts wonderful alter
ative properties it cleanses and cnriclica tho
blood, thtiu einlng pimples, blotches, nnd
eruptions, and cauning every grett eating
ulcer to heal. Hold by druggists.
sieune walking along the boulevar.1,
ior mo mom coiisiiiiuiiiiie typeot ni
jiicnio beauty wbicli it has ever been
ibe privilege of any ono lo see, was
Ml.e. lltclicl wearing an Inuian siiuwl
us lio wore the purple of Hie god.
She realized then u masterpiece of
harmony and proportion equal to that
1 speak of her urpoMdy, for the,
more limn all llio resi of the l'ai im
eunes put togeibcr, was a Mutuary
modeling her own llesh tiud lite lines
of her visage. A thiu face with a largo
swelling forehead, eyes buiied m
shade, a relrcaiing mouth, a largo
pointed chin, a bony body and lean
uruiH, that is what she had received
from nature; by force of genius, will,
passion, love and gold spent on beau
tiful tbiugs, wnicu is tile great, alche
my, otiioi all this atliacuvu ugliness
of a little street guil.ria, sue bud
made that Kacbcl whom wo havo
What ago has a Parisiciine? That
is a grave question to which a dciiuite
answer must be given at once. The
lirst magic, the first, prodigy, the first
duly of a Parisieuuo is to suppress ago
and all which resembles it. For na
ture, thinking above ull of Iho leuro-
auction of the r.tco gave to woman
only live years ot beauty and absolute
youth ; but thel'nrisicnue has created
lurberselt a youih, winch is there
sull of will, and which lusts thirty
years, for it requires that lime at lcat
to arrive at the completion of tho
charming and axioms, ung being sho
is. Aim i insist upon it thai Una
maic uoes not consist in painting nnd
hiding the wrinkles, in replacing the
hair mat has fallen, ihe ileaU thai has
withered, but in having nothing til
that at all.
ljttle Rnek Oigettc
The mectin-lioii'JO of tho Liekskllit.
. . . - "
district was crowded. The preacher,
out iNoan. Willi ins grizzly bcird and
head half white, like a cotton field
when the bolls nro just opening, tat in
the pulpit surveying bin conrcgntion
in inai peculiar way wincti has ever
characterized the colored preacher. A
spontaneous hymn arose, and when tho
melody had ceased the preacher arose,
and said, "Let us ingngo in prar."
The congregation kneeled, even young
Ike, the preacher's son. who had lust
corno from down to the upring, where
he had been trying to swap mules
with ono of tho dencon's, and had
succeeded in his opinion in getting
tho better kicker, which caused him to
feel uncommonly happy.
"un, fjord," iiciian tho nrcachrr.
"wo 'so in hies iu din house ob worship
to think thee fur do many blessin's ob
tie past, an' ax dat jer would sprinklo
our Ian' wld a lectio moah rain. We
must hub a shower 'twixt din an' Sat
urday night, 'case, Lord, wo's needing
obhit. Amen." .Inula the Drencher
aroso there was a siirat tho rear end
of tho hotice. A tall colored man. foU
lowed by several narties as intensely
colored as himself, filed down the
aisle. "Come un tor de (tan Brothpe
Kobiuson," mid tic preacher, for he
recognized the preacher of the Back-
"J tloan want, lo come uu tcr
Stan'," (-aid Mr. Robinson.
"What's do ma iter wid ver. sab?'
exclaimed old Noah. "What's ailiu
"fiither ilay I writ yer a note, nxln'
yer tcr stop pinyin' fur rain." remark
ed Kobiiison with emphasis. "Our
cotton is MiiTerln' fur suimhin. WeVo
bad more rniiiden we wants, an' heah
yer goes axiu fur moah."
"Wo ham t had no rain. sah. an' I
tciiMer pray fur it until hitdoeome."
is yer try in' tcr drown ns out?"
"No," but I wants 'notigh rain."
"I undertan'rt yer iratue. Brudder
N'Hih. You secii ilal rain is uuttlii' mi
n do grass. Yer know dat it his fur
do woiTly intrust ob dis section fur
tor keep us dur. Yon wants der Lord
ter drown us out, so dnt vottr con're.
gallon will gil do heels ob us in do
mnrklt. Do Lord, nt ,di season of do
yeth, Jias jol so much btninew tcr
'tenter, dat ho ain't a noiiciu' how
much rain ia a fallen'. You keen a
It. I a
solium up yer prars, aim no Keeps a
)tilliit' de string. 1 wants yer to stop
dU Does yer heah, Bi n. ider Noahr'
"I heiilis, but is mighty loft about
hark'niii'. Wo want ruin, we does,
Wo prtys, nir et tie Lord grabs it holt
ob do wrong hiring it laliu no iuult ob
"Well. I como heah pro parol fur a
lot up ura light, bicli foolishness as
yer semis tip is 'utigli tcr git, tho Lor
so tangled dal bo oan't uit hisso
straigin 1'iir a yeah. You'll put do sun
lu no cups.
"Do what wid do sun?"
"Put hit in do clips."
"Well, ef dal doan bent anv tnlsfako
I ever beared mugger mako. No won
der do Lord wuu't pay no 'tentiou lo
"What would vou say?"
"Whv, do reel ic."
"Dai's all liglu, but do fact I want
Kittled is uis : Js yer gwmo to stop?"
1MO, J ISO I,
"Dju wo mixes wool."
Mr. Kobiiison sprang toward tho
pulpit. Noah sprang to inooi him.
Ihe w i blest contusion prevailed. Tho
two men grappicii, aim ino tcacous
"(Jimmy tie plantation grip," ex
claimed Noah, while Mr. Uobinsoii
voci.eratod. "Cut yer capers, cut ver
capers!" Finally r.obinson fell. Noah
niouiite. I him, choked iiim into obodi-
ence, und raising himself up, oxclunii
cd: "Let us pray again. Brudder
BobiiHon git down dar." The preach
era have bec.iino friends.
A dor; his o certainly the knowN
cjigo ot good nnd evil that be is
liable to temptation. Sour-times wo
can "-co the wuolo plav of the nniuml's
wind, thobattli! boiween lis viriuoiiq
and vicious propciisiiies lis nromnt-
ings to the rijrht. and its endeavors
to stick by the right, lis longing for
tho wrong, for tho titbit, which it
knows it would bo iinnronor to steal
and the final triumph of either vir
tue or temptation, ino poor animal,
knowing or feeling the weakness ot'tlio
llesh, sometimes has Iho moral stroiiatli
the Ibrco of character, tho good sense,
to avoid temptation ultoircihcr. But
dogs, liko men, arc apt lo have tho
moH trying temptations thrust unex-
pecteiiJy upon theni, and then conies
the tug of wnr of the appetites and
passions, the moral turmo.l that may
nuke shipwreck of, or that may
strengthen virtue. Dosrs reason with
out nonbt, and some of tho more in
telligent breeds instinctively know
right from wrong, even if their nat
ural propensities sometime! predomi
New Haven Hogi.Ur.
The grasp of the human raco 19 in
the ha.il I.
Tiie hand of the baby with its chub-
binnss, all dimples but tho tiugcrf,
which wigglo aimlessly in fortv-sevcu
directions, isn't it innocent an I prot
ty? And bow nicely its wondrous
eyed owner can sprea I butler with it.
Iho liana ol the small boy, on a
three weeks' vacation from tho wash-
ba-in, lcgrimcd knuckles, mourning
finger-nails and nig wound round its
sore thn i b. This is the ban I that
6teals cookies, j am nnd other goodies
one minute ami pats the crust of a mud
pie in innocent mirth tho next, We
were all smail boys once with per
haps a few feminine except ions.
iho band. ot the young woman of
the day, sparkling with diamonds and
other jewels mostly other. How its
shapely lingers run iioand down the
piano key-boar I, iiml how daintily
does it show its deftness in embroid
ery, fancy work, etc., and how seldom
is'it found in tho bread tray or tho
The hand of a mother, lovingly lead
ing us along the pathway of our child
hood. How gratefully wo remember
its ministrations, even when they wero
heavy and placed where they would
do the most good.
The hand of iho farmer, hard and !
knotty, with knuckles like door knobs,
lingers all thumbs, unused and unlit
lor the dainty occupations ot hie, it
grasps tho prosperity of tho country
right by the crop.
The hand of the intelligent compos
itor, swinging over his ca.se wiih rap
id regularity, raising ' the comph to
"printer's devil" with editorial brain
work and holding the editor up to
theunpiiying gaz; of tho world as a
consummate fool. It is the worst
The band of the marriageable
young lady always stretcoed forth,
and just ns you think you have got
it for life, it vanishes. 'Tis well.
Only a lew of this species aro worth
The hand of an old friend, as it sot
ties into yours with one long grateful
clasp. Nothing in this world ever
. tarts the tremors ot tho nerves lront
the brain center, und causes n thrill
so permeating to the soul its its kind-,y.KnwT-.
Tho real pretty iian.iynimeiricai in
every linger joint, makes tho owner
just vain enough lo gracefully rest her
lace lyion a us oiicn us uny ono wouia
be likely to look in it.
Hie hand ot the near old grandmoth
er, wrinkled wiui goodness, oy ago
that has tcmicred iis old-timo se
verity, it now is up to the wrist in
beneficent und kindly deeds lor ano
young. Ah, lucky is no young scamp
who can depend on Ihe uitericrenco ot
The band ot J'rovideuee nut it
will take nu eternity to "Uo that up."
AN INTERESTING LETTER,
IT 1UN0H OV A OKATEKUL HtCABT AND OIVK8
IIO.NOIt WHKKK UOItOlt IS DUE.
Mr. 8. W. Capps, rf Bcottsvillc, Macoupin
county, III., writes, under date of Aug. 20,
18H0. to Dr. Swnyno & Bon: "I sent to
you torthreo boxes 'All-healig Ointment,'
Having iiau the Itching Piles for about
twenty-three yoars, and havo been treated
for thi in by eleven different doctors, and
have paid out at least five hundred dol
lars yes, I would bo safe in saying ono
tnousand dollars but never was cured of
mat itching which annoyed mo almost to
uirmii. mien i oecamt) warm, particularly
at night, tho itching would begin, and the
oniy renei was to batho in cold water,
soieetinies as often as six or seven times in
one night, I concluded to try vour Oint-
ment, and havo iwed two boxes, and the
result is a perfect cure, nnd I will pay that
it is the licit Qintment in tho world, and
will recommend it to ono and all as such.
Hwsyne's Ointment is sold by nil drugtrists.
QICK HEADACIIE !
Wc Mean Cured, Not Merely Iicllem.
And Can Prove What we Claim.
jtyThero am no fallnn;a and BO dlaappolit
munla. U IIU aru Iroulilml with HloOOTuT
ACIIK yon iihu )H ranlly ami "(Jui'ckly ttirad, a
hniiilri-ila have MfCn,ly.' Wi) ahtin'lcaae!
loiiiallaaheiaof temlm.iiiiHU L any liiU-n'TtrnT"
Carter's Little Liver Pilla
shall A," cure all ronna or nilionnea. preent Cnnatl
He that is surety for a utrannr.
smart for it. But ho that trusteth in 8nrin- B Jt'H, -a . !5T pe V" ' l'ro'n"U) iiirt otion, reiieto
nu...... r.. ! r - .,. , 1 ?I,nno d tre from no hearty eailuc. rnrrcct DlHonlera
.,,..,-i ioi i-urini? 1-lver, RKiney and COtll- "I U' Moinatih, htimolale ihe Liver, and Iteirulate
pniintsoi anko tondenry, shall novcr bo
disappointed. Price: 50ctn., trial bottle
Dr. Klir.e'a Great Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel ol iho age for all Ncrvo Diseases,
aii inn Hioppfii ire(.. s,,,nj . a rri,
sirect. i-hilRdelpbia, Penn.
1 OTI'.OMII.Y rei nnnnend thn iian nf Fnl.
low's Compnimd Hyrup of Hypophosphites
to all who suffer in any way from disi-asu or
weakness o tl,o Luti?s, Bronchial Tubea. or
Ip lite is a flower as philosophers sav.
T'is a very good hint, understood the ntfht
For if life is a flower, aud blockhead can
the Ilowela They do all thla by Utkiurf JhhI one
llttlo hill nt a doao. They are Durrlv vi.ei.M,! rfn
not crlpe or pur(t. ana are un nearly perfect m
n la pii. ble for a pill to he. -rlc ffl eel fa, 6 for
81. hold hy (Irnm-laiH everywhere or aert hy mall
(.'.vitTKH a:tiaiiE to . tm, ia
To Xervotia StilTi rr rs-The (ireat I.arnpean Rem-
cuv-rr. J. H. MiiipHiu'sSpppltJc Medicine.
Dr. J II. Nlmnson'a fineelflr Mi.lrln I. .
tlve cum fur Spermatorrhea. Impotetiey, Weaknne
and all diaeajira resiiltinr iroiu helf-Abmie. a tin
yoiia Debility, IrrllnbllJty. Mtmlal Auileiv 1
l.Hcallnde, Depieelon of Milrlla hiI fimrtl. .,1 rf'
ratiKomentHof thn Nervoux Syalem ifi nerailv 1'alua
In Dark or Side. I.onf M, ii.n, ir..,...,. ..V.'
...j j ..iu
ttiat lead to (,'un
ty and an early
erae, it both.
No matter how
abattertd t b e
ayxtetn may he
from eieeKeea of
any kind, a rhoit
. ui uinmeuiMiiB win r.-n..e U,e liwl lauc-
mmii, aru jirncere nea m aim liapplcea, where be
"ic v ii,renijui:enrv .nrt iv. , ji.
rf,.UU,..!ll...l.f...i ... MM...IIrl.. l." VL . ' ".J .1 . niruic
i juu u iiim: ii iouh jrcsn you must moist-1 "ur ku won wololtiui aoc-
? ii I cir a.
en it weii,
if... if . i i . i .
ijui ii iuiiHir:ritMi in mucn. and VOU "nt A
(V bottle of Sprintr Blossom is the brat thinor
Prices: 50c. trial bottle 10c.
HOOTS AND BHOKS
.Ml horU, Mlyka and hif' a at
O. K O C H'S,
Mannfuclarer and di!ir
in tho flnot Hand-Sewed and IVc'Td Boota and
Shoe of all the latest atylea. from the heat
.St. Locis and Boston
Manufiicturora. Uaa the lament and heat aeleeied
nock to ho found In tho city fr
iph!eta aent free to all. Wnie fn. tv.. ..
get full particular",
Price, Hnerlflr. l lner nel, -..,
a. a for $:. 0i. Will be aent by mall on receipt ef
money. Adi!ra all ord-ta. v
i. U. MMI-SON S MKDKINK CO..
Nor. 1(4 and 106 Mln Ht.. Buffalo, N. T.
OKAY'S SPKCIFIC MKMCINK.
TRADEMK.The (ireat Knl'eli 1HAPE MAffK
rtemeoy, an un-
ifailinj cro for
Sper ra a torrhoca.
Impou ncy. and all
direaaea that fol
low an a r.onai
rjnenre of lf
DCn TWl,l""p! a lrwa ofj
xrciuio xtuuiiUmemury.onlveiaal '
laaaltmte, pair u the bark, dim-ift ... m-v,1
nes of vlajon. premaiore old a?e.aJU)r AaCBfi,
and many other dlaciera that had to Inri.nltyiir
conauniptlon and a premature jrrave.
Kull particular in our pamphlet, which we de
aire lo aend iree by mall to every one. The ape
dc medlclno la aold by all drnirrlrfa at $1 pet
parkane, an for , or will ho tern fn'e hy mil en
receli.t nf the n:onay by allrireaalne 1 11K CltAT
MKDICINK (.'(., No S Morhtr.lra blnrk. lMa It
Wlrh. Moid In ( alro hy Marclav liroa . l aul ii"
Schuh and (ico E. O'Hara.
MenV, DojV, Ladies' and Children'H llSl'iyiL,,1
wear, at the loweat possible price. Alwaj a on band
a-ompleteatock of leather and findlnca.
ltnbbvra. etc.. etc.
No. 'HI Commercial Ave. I
Bet riftn and Sixth MU. I
Thla well tnnn
Ulntralcd Mairaaine will mter on Ita ivk
yearlnlsnl. $l.fuaVar. In advance, rend for
Kaniple No. and premlnm l.l-t. New rinbacribwe
Ket extra nnmhera t,r enhnrrlhlne now. Ar)dr
M.II.StllY rLKLISlliNU COMPANY.
JllIliiJ'??: "I'' ' J'aperfre.
Vtaahln-ton N. J.
.ddrffa UAMKL K. UEATTY,
The birthplace and homestead of thn
renowned Uuiehinson family, in Mil.
lord, N. II., which for ninny years has
been in a dilapidated condition, is be
ing put in thorough repair. Tho
house, which is a lace, square, old-
fashioned one, standing on an eminence
about two miles from .lilford vitiligo,
is to remain intact, with thocxcopliou
of some nlteraiious and improvements
inside, andn coal of paint both out.
side and in. The place has been occu
pied lor many years by Matt how
Gray, who married Uhodn, of tho
iiuteiiinson lamiiy. Tho placo now
belongs to Mrs. Abbv Hutchinson
Button, who, with her husband, Lud
low Patton, formerly of New York.
aro beautifying the birthplaco aud
homo of her childhood.
4,7 Years Before the I'ublic.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommended asa remedy "forallthe
ill. !.-. 13 L i I. . II l . ' .
iiisuiai nc.iii is neir to, out in atlccttons of
the Liver, anil in all Bilious Complaints, Dys-
pepsia, and Sick Iicr.dathe, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
N9 better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are uneiptaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The penuine are never Mie,ar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on ihe lid with
the impression, McLANE'S I.IVKK PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming ISros.
tT Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLane, spelled differently but
' ' ei
ria of CUT 4 If fill u.
each ni ichbtirhond. with lir. k'.,.,.. .'. i
iy, in introduce ll. Saui,lc freu. OI.KTlLTt'f
I'll I .he I '
AltVKHS and O I - m k d.a
1KAKMKI!SIN8 V5I' ll SlH)
nionih. durltisi and Winter. In everv
county Infe'i-atinu and valnahle Inform.
iinn, witn lull partu r.lar. fre.-. Addrei at
once, J. (J. Mi;('l'HHY A CO., fhlcaio, 11.
t,owct prc" ever k non
Kin.-, ami Hrvolvrn..
OUR $15 SHOT-fSUH
nt a-reiitlv rwliin.rf nrtr.
N'ltd atMinp fnr our New'
imi ormeil ratAli,
or ( 1 1
'OK I KLT1V
Europe and America
year experience In the Secret Service f i
brtited Dvlectivea, In all purl of iho vurW s
octavo paKea, 40 lull papi Piirnvini'. A)., la
preea two new llluatrttted booka. Kxira iriiltn e
mi-uta offered. rnMerma andre J. . ni'ltltA
.u. , unriiora, n., r i
yp COMPOUND SYRUP Ma
New anil verv Attractive Mle are now ready
, ar a . . j -. r ......
Hi the world, u nm... rKik.. ji.
tlnctlon at every irrtal Werld'e
r.xBiliitlnn for thirteen yuart.
Prlcca. .',! . tM. um. tsi afo. i
.Vl and niwatil. loreaaypay
menfa. a,:w quarter and up
ward. Catatoiiora free. MASdll
liamlln (ran CO.. V4 Tre-
mont atrt.ef . It.t.lnn.iA t..ui ,u
atreet, (t'ninn Square,) New York, 'isg WabaaS
a nniiiani book, faaclnatlnir In atrle.
1J SUM, will U'otlncu nl rm tv In n,,. v...u.
oua Syelein, In proportion na iho a'trcniilh of the
eveicm iu.,,-uiien upon ine mind In troubled
i iiiuKiii, o aruoiH oriiaiia ni aquation, aaalmu'a-
nun mm nuinuon nuiuercu inactivu aud aluirvlali
In proportion na the ayatem heenmua Inllnn. Kv ry
. . : .. ... p. j iv, juic tu
I.UKUHKV, rniioraeii ny lib) alciHna ever whero. An
. ! ..irain ojpoainon or the rnyaleal I, f of 1
ana woman. Kleuantly printed aud fully lllnairal
.i. jirnur,iinarv inntiremenia lo AseiiM.
tireaa JU.NKH BUOTHKRH 4 CO,. Chiiairu. Ill
Individual haaaomo one ormi that la weaker th.ni
the rest, ami thla la alwaya Hie drat to anll'er diirinir
nervoua proatrailon: for cxtiinnlu. aniletl Hit linu'ai
aomutlineacauaea total aiiapiinsion of thn nui-cn-Itir
action of the. heart, when I he patient ia dubll
llatud, producing auddon hemorrlinue nnd death
No doubt nuy lonuer rcmalna of the pracllhlllty ol
reatorinitthe nervoua aytein, and tnriiuttU Ihe
liervea tho miiaclea of thn liniialied orirmi- I'EI.-
' "neuUND MYIli;i' of IIYfOIMIOS
I'll 1 1 h, S lmn been tiroved to iioaaean i,., ,.,...,.
IlinnmeM'ia InatHiicea. It will ItTitltiet ulriiiM.lt, l,.
overcome aflllition. I'eraona who are iicciiHloiiieit
tu look npon the dark aldn. and who ase no pi aa
lire In living. oiiUHlun thla Syrup anon learn tn
V'.ltie and enjoy life, iiml thoaii who atuilv doei ly
diiritix Ions houra. will fliid In the Syrup a pro
moter of thn linwrr of endurance In flu, lrit
There la no absurdity in tlie fact Unit an lmplr
ed Nervoua Sya tern t atiaea Coiiaur.iptlnii, Neurnl
ylti. Ilionchltla, liyhpepsiii, Aaihinu, Kplkpllr. Klta
Whoc pliiR c ukIi. Heart Diaenan, hihI a hoat of
othera: llteu why la h nhanrd that Kellowa" llviin-
iliOnliil a, which effectually curca N'ervnita llnf.lt.
ily. aliould cure there dlsenaea a ao. "ileinovu tliu
caiia" and thu romp'alnt w'll eeuaii,
(1 'hook out ror inn nsiiKi and addroaa, .1. I,
CKI I OU'U u, I.,l, ., V ll .... ii i
water marl!, which la aueu by lioldlnit the paper he
for,' ihe llnht.
BOLD BY AI.LDHICIOISTS.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
OA PITA Ii, 8100.000
W. P. HALLIDAY, I'realdent.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vicc-l'rHaldenf.
THOU. W. HALLIDAY, Caahler.
I. STT TATtea, W. P. HAtJJOi V,
imsar l. hau.idat, ii. h. oiinninuram,
. D. wti.iuaaoa, art rum Hint),
ll. H. RAMIBX.
Kichange, Coin and United Statnn Bonds
BOVUIIT AND SOLD.
Depoaliarer.alved and a tienrnl taaklnv btialacea
'week In yonr own town, JSontflt ftre. No
riaa. Header, u yon want a huiltirae at
which tiennna Lf either aev e.n .mil.. m,
day all the time th work, wrltn for parUcuJara to
U. UALLBIT ft CO.. I'orljaitd. V