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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, IH80.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
VRY MOHNINS IHUNDATi BXCKPTBU).
Only Moruinff Daily in Southern Illinois.
Ijrgtt Circulation ot nny Daily in
07F1CIAL PAPEK OF CITY AND COl'NTY
CHItlSTMAS IS COMINfl.
1IY MAKY 1. AlllNK.
Pliristmas is coining." the diililron cry,
Coiintiitfr. tlic wiM'kH that lire hurrying by,
Dear little cliiMrm, who live at iioinu,
Ami do not truoss what it is to roam
From morn till niyht. with stockingltH
Up and down through the ice and sleet.
'Christmas is coming," thinks little Tim,
Hut what can Christmas do for him!
His home is a cellar, his daily bread,
The crumbs that, remain when the rich
"NTn mother to kiss him when the day is
No place to be glad in under the sun.
That wonderful fellow, old Santa Claus,
Who never is idle a moment because
He is kept so busy with piling the toys
Into the stockings of girls and boys,
No wonder he sometimes forgets you know
Into tho homes of the poor to go.
But dear little children, you understand
That the rieh and poor all over the land
Have one dear Father who watches you,
And grieve or smiles at the things you do.
And some of the children are poor and
And sMiic are always merry and glad.
Christmas will bring you many joys
Food and plenty, frolic and toys;
Chriamas to some, will bring nothing at
In the place of laughter the tears will fall
Poor little Tim to your door may come
Your blessings are many, spare him some.
The Christmas bells will sweetly ring
The song that the angels love to sing,
The song that came with the Saviour's
"Peace, good will and love on earth !"
Dear little children, ring. I pray
Sweet bells in some lonely heart to day.
LOOKING FOB SANTA CLAUS.
A GOOD STOKY FOK THE BOYS AND GIRLS.
One wintry day little Mina arose in the
morning and fucn-.l that her mother was
This v&i itrins?, for the sua wis high
jd Lis Vj&xs lYil aslant through the high
gvret window upon the b3re floor. j
The stove was c:U and the ea:T-.e-pot
ftxl tmj-ry on the shelf. Mina laughed at
the thought thit the had waked before her
tao'Jjer. She i'Jpped on her blue woolen
dress, htr !arg? checked apron, her knitted
stockings, aal her thick shoes: and having
washed her face and braided her hair in
two tiaht little pigtiiU, crept around to her
mother's I J, intending to ki?s her awake,
but her mother's eyes were wide open, her
cheeks were red and her hair was tossed
about on the pillows.
"Oh, my child,' she cried as the saw her
little girl, "what shall we do now !"' I am
ill. I have a fever of . mine sort. My head
is as heavy as if it were made of lead. I
am not even able to rUe, much less go
about my work. M'e shall starve together,
jou and I, pxr, unhappy widow and or
phan thnt we are."
''Oh. no, mother," said Mina, "we need
not starve. I can miiKe tire eoltec, ana so
and buy the bread and sausage"
: 'Child, child f ' cried tlic mother, very
soon there there will be no money to buy
anything. I have felt myself breaking
down for a week. I have no hope now. I
must send for the doctor, and when he finds
I am not able to pay him he will send mo
to the hospital. You, poor little soul, you
will soon be motherless as well as father
"The colTe will do you good mother," she
aid, but the poor sick mother was too
feverish to taste it.
Then, indeed Mina felt that everything
"Christmas time ! Christmas time !" re
peated the poor woman, talking more to
herself than to the child: ''and Christmas
used to be so happy."
At tliis Mina crept closer to her mother's
bed. Yes, in two days Christmas would
come. She had looked forward to it so,
8hc had hoped that she would find in her
locking a wax doll with blue eyes, and i
candy basket full of sugar plums, at least
but she should not care for them if her
poor mother were so sick.
"Child 1 go to the old doctor" said the
mother. "Go tell him to como quickly !
must be made well if he can do it ! Go
ju ma put on her hood ami ran away,
1 ho good old German doctor came back
with her, and felt his poor country woman 'i
pulse and wrote u prescription, and patted
little Mina on the head, and bade her take
good care of her mother. 15ut tho child
took nearly all the small purse contained to
pay for the powders he had ordered am
though she watched by her mother's bed nl
duy, the mtoher grew worso. She lay toss
ing to and fro, talking of the past.
"It wit Christmas time when I ran away
with i r f.dhcr" sho said with the quick
upcwh- f fever. "My father did not like
, lit ui. . r my mother either, so we ran away
were married. Wn came to this country in
a great chip. Wo were very happy until ho
died. Mina, do you remember how good
ho was to us last Christmas? Ah, only lor
you, only for leaving you, my little girl, it
would seem best that I am going to him.
Christmas t Oh, In Germany, at home in
Oermany, wo always had a Christmas tree
and wo sat together in the parlor, and had
the window lifted and St. Nicholas came
in. He gave us toys and gifts of all sorts.
We were glad and yi t frightened. Our
wooden thocs wero set in a row on the
hearth at night. In each we found some
gift. Such a supper ! Dancing I Music I
I wonder whether my old father is dead;
whether my old mother lives; whether they
She wept, but little Mina sat thinking.
She thought of Santa Claus old St. Nicho
las, tho good Christmas friend ol all good
children he who would come down the
chimney, or in at the window, with nny
gifts he pleased. Surely if he was so good
to her mother when she was a little girl, he
would remember her now that she was so
sick. Hut how was he to know? He could,
if hn nleased. rive her mother plenty of
money. Of that she felt certain, but how
was sho to find him ?
"Mother" she said, "where does Santa
"What did you ask?" she said dreamily.
"Where he lives, Oh I do not know."
"But lie could do anything, give anything
he chose?" asked Mina.
"Yes," said the feverish woman," yes
tell him to give me ice nice, cold glitter
ing ice to cool my head ice, ice."
'Oh I will get you somo ice, mother,"
said Mina. "I will go to the grocer's and
She took a bowl from the closet and a
penny from the purse and ran out of the
room, shutting the door softly behind her.
There was a grocery in the lower part of
the building and she went into it and up to
the counter. A rosy faced Dutch boy gave
her the ice, and he looked so good natured
that sho asked him a question.
"Do you know where Santa Claus lives?"
The boy scratched his head.
"Yes he libs in Germany," he said.
Mina's heart leaped high.
"Biddy little Biddy Flynn," she called
to a child passing the door, "wiil you take
this bowl of ice up to my mother, and give
her some,-and stay by her until I come
back. I'll only Le gone a few moments."
Good-natured little Biddy took the bowl
and ran up stairs, and Mina ran down the
treet that she knew led to the river, as fas'
as her feet could carry her. She hail two
cents in her pocket, and thought that would
pay her fare.
A sailor was standing near a fruit stand.
Mina looked up into his round, brown face
"Mr. sailor," she said, "will you tell me
which of those ships go to Germany?"
"Why, that one yonder, my little lass,"
pointing to one over which the oerman
flas floated. But Mina thought he ment
the little ftrry-boat that ran to Weehawken.
"Thank you," she said, and flew away. A
bell was ringing, she hurried past the ferry
house dropping her two cents into the hand
of the ferry-master, and the boat was off
the next moment.
It did not take long to cross the river,
and Mina went on shore and looked about.
A great, good-natured looking man sat
smoking his pipe at the door of a shoe
Mina went up to him and said softly:
"Please, sir, will you tell me where Mr.
Santa Claus lives?"
"Mr. Santa Claus?" said the man, in
broken English. Veil, I do not know-
does he keep show or work at a trade?
You tell me vot he is, den maybe I remem
"Don't you know Mr. Santa Claus," said
Mina. "He ho makes toys for little child
ren." "So!" said the German! "So. Yes, I
know. Go up dis street and along to tho
next corner, den you sec a leetle gate Behind
dat you find do man dot makes toys for de
Mina said that sho was much obliged.
She felt that people were amiable in Ger
many, and her hopes rose high. She fol
lowed the old German's direction and soon
came to a high fence. There was a gate in
it. Sho lifted tho latch and opened it, anil
before her was a low, brown house. Softly
she crept up to tho window. Yes, yes, she
had found Santa Claus at last. There, he
forn the fire, sat a little fat old man, with
white hair and rosy checks, hard at work
with a turning lathe. An old woman, as
rosy as he was, was glueing pieces ot wood
together with u brush toy chairs, tables,
bedsteads, wagons, milk-maids, joint dolls:
and at a table sat four littlo girls painting
away at the finished toys with the brightest
colors. Oh! this was delightful, and Santa
Claus and his wife looked so kind !
Mina knocked on tho door. Some one
cried, "Herein," and she entered.
She stood at tho threshhold and dropped
the little courtesy her mother had taught
her, nnd said:
"Please, Mr. Santa Claus, I want to
speak to you particularly. It is about
"Sol" cried tho old gentleman and
truly ho was a German rising. But what
did you call me, little one?"
"Mr Santa Claus." said Mina. "l'vo
been looking for you all day, and poor
mother is so sick. That is why I want to
see you. You used to como in at the win
dow on Christmas evo when sho lived in
Germany, and you always put somo thing
in her shoe, and now sho cannot earn
money because sho is sick. I want you to
emtio, down thu chimney and put enough
in her stocking to last until sho is well,
for father is dead, and wo havo nobody who
earcs for us. Aud you oh! you hvo so
good, always going over tho roof on
Christmas eve, and giving presents to
'The child thinks you are Santa Claus,"
whispered tho old German woman in her
husband's ear. "Oh, how like she is to our
littlo Mina, do you not see?"
"Do you speak Gorman, child?" said the
"Yes," said Mina, "it is my mother's
language, Yes I speak it very will."
"And what is your name?" asked the old
"Mina Hoffman, Mr. Santa Claus, if you
please," replied Mina.
The old woman caught her husbaud's
"Be quiet, be quiet," whispered the old
man. "It is a common name?"
"And how did you think of coming here,
my little maiden?"
"Because you were so good," said Minn.
"To-day mother cried and told me how
pleasant it used to be in Germany; and
oh, Mr. Santa Claus, you must know
where her father and mother are. Sho
said she ran away from them ; aud I know
sho thought it was very naughty only
what could she do if they wouldn't let
father como in?"
"Hans, lline, it is our daughter!" cried
tho old woman. "What was the
name of your mother's father?"
"It was Ansen, Mrs. Santa Claus," said
The old lady began to cry. She caught
the child in her arms and kissed her
"Oh, good Mrs. Santa Claus you will ask
Mr. -Santa Claus to help mother, won't
you?" pleaded Mina.
But now the old couple took her by the
hands and led her away to an inner room,
where the old lady ruin aged in the drawer
of a little bureau and brought out in old
"See, child," she said. "Don't this look
like any one you know?"
"It looks like mother," cried Mini, only
--only not so old,"
"It is enough," said the old gentleman,
"Child, God has sent you. I am not Santa
Claus. I am only an old toy-maker, work
ing here in Weehawken in a strange
country to which I came from my father
land. But my dear, I am your grand
father, and this is your grandmother. We
came to America to lojk fur our daughter
when we heard she was a widow, but we
could not find her. We will go with you.
And again I say, God sent you."
So in a few moments Mina and her
grandparents were on their way across the
It was late in tho afternoon when they
climbed tho stairs of the tenement house.
Then the old people waited outside in the
entry, and Mins went into the poor, half
furnished room and found littlo Biddy
Flynn still waiting patiently.
"What happened ye, Mina?'' she asked
"The mother has been fretting for you.''
"Oh! my child! I am nearly frightened
to death!" sobbed the poor woman.
"Mother '."cried Mina. "Oh, mother! I
went to Germany to find Santa Claus for
we never needed him so much. But it was
not Germany, and I did not find him;
but oh, mother I found grandfather
"Mother ! Father!" cried the poor woman ;
nnd the next instant they rushed in ami
had her in in their arms.
So Mina had a merry Christmas after
all; and you may be sure that her mother
got well, and that Santa Claus did not
The FumENCE Nightingale ok thk
Nluheky The following Is an extract
from u letter w ritten to the German Kefotn
Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Penn:
Just open the door for her, nnd Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of tho Nursery. Of this we.
are so sure, that wo will teach our "Suyc
to say, "A blessing on Mrf. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grill
ing, colicking, and teething seige. Mrs,
Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, aud cures dysentery nnd
dinrrhu-Q. It softens the gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carrys
tho infant safely through tho teething
period. It performs precisely what shes
professes to perform, every part of it not
ing less. We havo never seen Mrs.
Winslow know her only through tin
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup fur
Children Teething." If wo had the power
wo would niako Iter, as she is, n physical
savior to the infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 25 cents a bol tic. 2)
S. H. InwiN, of Ute Creek, Colfax Co.,
new Mexico, says: ".My wife has been
cured of ft cough of thirty years' standing
by wearing an 'Only Lung Pad.'" See
The Pleasures ot Hope.
When tho body is bowi'd with pain nn
intense longing tor relief brings hope. This
may brighten tho suffering but it does not
euro. At a time liko this how welcome is
such friend ns Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, bringing home, health and hap
pineBH and tho joys of a renewed life.
Time, ii) ltntiM.
My son had a badly swelled neck, nnd a
soro throat. Dr. Thomas' Eelectrio Oil
cured him in 48 hours, My wife's foot was
much inflamed; Eelectrio Oil cured her in
onu day. I. J). iIi.oomi.h, Virgil, N. .
P.rr. G. Snii'du, Agent.
To nil who are suluVintr from the errors
and Indiscretions of youth.iiervoiih weakness,
truly decay, loss ot manhood, etc., I will
send (i recipe thut will cure you. freti ol
charge. This great reiifdy was discovered
by a Missionary in Mouth . America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Uev. Joiicph
T, Inniiui, fetation D, New York City.
4,1 Years Before the Public.
Dr. C. MoLANE'S
are not recommended ,t.s remedy " for. ill the
ills that fleh is heir to," but in ad'ei tinjis of
the Liver, nnd in all bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diM-a-cs of
that character, they stand wiihout a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic cm he u?eJ pepara.
tory to, or after taking (mniiie.
Asa simple purgative tlicv are uneqnaled,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid wirh
the impresion, Mi LANT.'S l.IVKR PILL.
Each wrapper beau the signatures of
C. McI.ane and I'l fmisi; Bros,
dyinsUt uton having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANl'.'S'LIVFR 11 Unprepared by
FLLMIM; UBOS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name MeLanv, ipclled differently but
COMPOUND YUIT Of
ISA CEKTAIN Itr.VI-.DY KoK
CONGESTION OF THE LUNCS, ETC.
Compound Syrup of
SPEEDILYjjANU PERMANENTLY (IKES
ConKiftlon uf the LuncA Urcm-hillf, Cimnunip
llfin, Nervonn l'roptmiou. Shortnem of liruath.
Palpitation of tho Il art. Trt-tiitilinguf tho IUndu
and l.imb. Physical and Menta! DcriUD, Lom
of Appetite, Lwa of L-Di-rpy, I.ohi of Memory. It
will rapidly improve the wtaknciM. f'liirlu.nf and
organs of th-J body, which depeml for health upon
voluntary, ft in! -voluntary and Involuntary ncrum
It acts with Tleor. ccntii ncn and nilitlcty. wwln
to the rjoiuUite hanuouy of it tiieridlrritc'. akin tn
pure lloort ili-iif. Itx UiMi- p!onrit, itiiU lt efi.r:
DKBlbl T Y.
St. .Toiin, V B.
Mr. James I. Fellows, Chemist. St. John. N It,
near sir: naviiii; iiftd your l cunpnund syrup
of IJypophosphltt-s for some time in ni) practice, I
have no hesitation iu recoumit ndiii(r it I" mv pa
tients who are stitn rtim from K-oerl rtelilHty, or
any disease of tin lunes. knowli- that eu-n In
cases utterly nopHi ss, Itaffi rds relief.
r am, sir. yours iruly, ll. u. aijjjy, m. V.
SOLD BY ALLDKUGGISTS.
To Nervous SuflVrerH-Hje (Irent KurotiemiReni-
edv-Dr. .1. B. Siinl'Soii'aSpcelllc Medicine.
Dr. J B. Simpson' Soecillc Medicine 1 a imisi-
tl vi- cure for Spermatorrhea, Inipnteney, Wenkm-ss
and all dl-i-asr ri-suhirs 'roni Self-Abuse, as Nir
vous Debility, Irrttcbillly.Mei'tal Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude, bcpri'sslon ofspirlls aud functional de
ranKi'meiit of the Nenous System i?eiicrally i'ain
In liaek or Side, L"s of Meimirv, premature Old
Ace aii'l (.'feast-
thut h ail to t on
ty and an early
Brave, or both.
No mutter how
shattered t h e
system may be
from eiren s of
any kind, a short
course of this meiin nm ij ic-ii. re Hie loft l mil
lions and procure nea:tii and happiness, where he
fore was despuwleutr ana flootn The Spec Itlc
.Medicine in ueii. used vittU wonderful sue-ci-rs.
I'nmiihlets sent free to all. Write for them nnd
t'et fml particulars.
I'rire, Stieeitle. SI .in per pnckL't or Hi pi k-
au'es for $".W'. Will be sent by mail on receipt ol
money Address nil orders.
.1 11. SI.Mt'Stl.N . Jl EDlt J.M'. Lt).,
Nos. Rt ?ud l) .Main St.. I'.uiralu.N. Y.
( ( a week In your flwn tow n, $.' outfit free. No
n()lnli. Header, If you want a business al
which persons of either Bex can make ere at
day all the time tbev work, write for particulars to
ll. jiAi.bfii r it UU.. rornonu.
l T ourselves by making mon-
1' I I fey when a eolden chance is
olfred, thereby alwayi
keeping poverty from your
door. Thosu win) alwas
tuke. advuula'.'c of the cooil
chanresfor making money that arc offered, c'iieral
ly become wealthy, hllii those who do not tin
prove sui:h clmnce n main In poverty. We want
many men. women, boys and girls to do work for u
rlitht in their own loe'aliiles, The busiiiesa will
p.iy more than ten times ordinary wnyes. We
furiili-h an expenseuslve outfit urul all that you
need free. No one w ho i ntjaees falis to make
money rapidly. You can devote y. ur whole time
to the work, or ntlv vnnr uriure moment. l- liii
informatlnn and all tfiat Is lieerled sent free. Ad
dress STINSO.N Jt Co., 1'ortland. Maine,
HOOTS AND SHOES
Mamilactnrer and dealer in CuHtom-miido
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest inul Neatest
stock of CiMimi
Mtiile Hoots ii ml
Shoes for lioys'iuul
Men's wear to bo
foil ml in flic ity.
No other shop can
com pure with it.
N. II All work warranted, and UepnlrliiK neatly
done on slioit notice,
Vireliili Hetween Commercial nnd
JilMIU Oli, VYuhliiKton Ave.
Cairo - Illinois.
tW -4 Outfit liinilNheU
VI' I J Istrin lions lur e
Ik I I Iprolltiiblebin-luii
f 1 I eni'iien in. Tim
TT V to learn, m dour
Outfit liinilNheU tree, with full In-
conducllnu tne most
Im ax that any one can
business is so easy
our liixtriicilotni are
simple nnd nli.ln. thnt any one can
make irrenl prnflin Itnin tint start. N" one can rail
who la willlim In wink. Women are n siicceslill
as men. Iloj unit el, Is can earn liirt sums.
Many have m'nile ia the hunlti' ss ovi r one hundred
ilollatsle a siinlo week. Notlilnu HI"' it ever
known before, All l,o cmnee are sulerlsd lit Ihti
eiisii uud miililliy with which they ate able to make
money. You eitii ciinacc In ih( I.ihIi iss ditrlnu
your spare Hum at ifri al piollt. Ynudo not have to
Invest capital In It. Wu take all the rlslt. Those
who nicd reaily mi, nee. Hhould wtlui to us at once.
All furnished froe, AdilreiW Tit UK & CO., Au
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI Il'v.
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'IIMIC TAIILE OK l'ASHENOEIl TUAINK KKOM
VIXCJ'.NNKH (Nov. ilO, lyTU.)
No. a Day Express (Except Sunday) ... 1 ::in p. m.
'' ii Kpresa i Except Sunday; 1 :'!. r. in.
4 Mht LxpresH (Daily) l;'::ia, in.
No. f Express lExci Pt Sunday) :0fla. in.
" 1 Day Express (Except Sunday).. . i!:.Ml p, m.
" :l Nlutit Express (Dally). I:iu, in.
J. H. Cl mik. C. S. Conk. ,Jii.,
Atfetit Vluceunes. Oen. Ticket Atf't l.'lnclnuotl
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS It. It.
II. V. H.MITIIJOUS, IicKoivor.
S1I0HTKST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CA1KO AND ST. LOUIS.
"Ihroujrh Rxprest leaves Cairo H. ifn.m
1 iiroULrll KvoreMM nrrivt.a nl I.' m 1,nld K-i.i, .,.
Through Express leaves E. S! Louia..ii uiooa.m.
lnii.unn express arrives at Cairo 5:Up.iu.
ti;rihysboroafcomniodBtionk'aves Cairo I :.!D p.m.
Mii'physboro Acc. arrlves.at Mnrphvshoru T:.Vi p.m.
Miirphysboro Acc. leaves Murphyslioro .. 5:noa.m.
Si irphvsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 i.'.'ia.m.
The- Cairo ,t St l.oul. Hull Itoad Is thu only all
Hall Itoute between Cairo and St. Louis under one
nia!iiuem,.nt t h..r,-f,... ,!...., u.. .... ..1....
Hl Mw uri.jn at
wiiy stations nwaltinc connections from other lines.
. iii.'-niMi pun- eouneciioiis ai ru. i.ouis wnn other
Hues fur North. Eai-l and West.
J. A. NAl'ULK. L. M. JOHNSON.
At'ent Ueteral Sl.uiat'er.
ILLINOIS CKXTItAL 11. It.
urmjmri .... .J V- I i , I . J t- r '
Shortest and Quickest Pioutc
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only LAno tunning
9 DAILY TRAILS
Making Dikkct Connection'
Tuais I.KiVE Caiho:
'.i: I Z ii m. Mitil,
Arrivllii; in St. Louis 9:4'ia tn : Chicago. S :yi p.m. ;
t'onnectlnt; al Odin and l.tllnrhani or Cnciu
tiati, Louisville, Indianapolis aud points Last.
11 :10 :i.in. tat. I lOiiia ;iiul '.tirn
rnvlnt; In St. Louis 7:05 p. m., and cobiiecticu
for all pott.ts West.
-ItUO p.m. I'iiMt KxiireHH.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Lo-iis
10:40 p m., and Chicago a ui
-1 j tu. ( 'inciin;tt i KxprcsR,
Arriving at Cincinnati ?:0() a.m.; Louisville 7:-.M
am.; Indianapolis 4 l) a.m. I'aseners bv
this triiiu reach the above points 1 to ;iJ
ilOl'HS in advance of any other route.
rTThe4 :30 p. m. express has 1'L'LLM AN
s l.K K I'l " CAR Cairo to Ciiiclnriatl. without
chttimcs, and through aleepers to SI. Louis and
Fa.t Time KnsL
iiOll fr'fil't! '.T tnl" "ne f" through to Eat.
n.L Jlt J . (.rn polrilH without Any dslay
caused by Sunday Interveuint. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives In new York Monday
mornlti!; ut 10:;j.'i. Thirty-six hours in advance of
auv other Mute.
f"TyEor throuch tlrkets and further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Hal I road Depot. Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON. J II. JONES,
(Jen. Southern Acnt. Ticket Auent.
A. II. HANSON, (Jen. I'as. Acent. Chlcaco.
)! to :w Stops, ri-
ti ti Taller free.
Addrcsa DANIEL Y. HEATTY,
ashln''ton N . J.
TJL',YC3TAVC?prnr"rt'd f"r ",rt;'r,,
I rJiulUx0''l"""i,'rt in lli-.S. service
V,,.U- nr-l.n-i.aao,! .,.1,1;,... n-i... .n..i.i..-.'.i;-..i.;i....
n - j - . . ii r- w -U11411.-1 i ii u pitLii i vp - utrauiiiif
xMjuuw mm ii rw 'lin nnryi jirnrurt'ci. n in uuuii
M4 to wln tfu r t'litiiN d to Htiytl)i!iL,1 Krnd two Ur.
.t-tlt.llal fnt i.lir -I'lsonlMr nf It.L..iiiUll..n 4,1
ffpiia it I. Jam r.a WTl 1 1 1 1 k Iff I -i U . .1 1 1. 1 1
of CUtmtt and pHii'iitf, loom H, .St. f loud Uutldinu'-
11 UPltlllLt'U iJ. .
Town-.t prlr'M rvfr known
iii-i, uiiu lu-ionrri,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
F h.mhI niuinp fur (ur aN'-w
1 IhivtruliHl ruf il. i. , It.
itt kTrt-atlv rndnrwi tinco.
RaatSincj3l Recitatiuns? Elocution!
703 Chostnut SI., Philadelphia.
This rnmr-nr t nalfiinnirlth tisSirtM.anilf'intilfli a
CthiT IILM'kfCIl .lfnJ:-l li lumullon. lii"l i(roills
c TiliininK Sentiment, Oratory, I'ulhns. Ilumnn l ull.
JMOpp. Prli'.30cts..nisiltUrri-. Jm.I-I 1y lloukiellxr..
l.Titv b'ty ho..t 'is eliri.., every msuibr uf a l,yr"in
Iviio Vsmi Smitethlnic New in recit.. .houla iivt thA
V boloSet. ChibrutK. an l Full l.l.tuf Cuntrnt t'rvv,
Banner of liberty,
FouiiiU'tl by (i, I. Kei'be.
SMlh year nl pnMlcatlon. The old Jefle sonlan
Diimoeiallc Weekly, the Han N lilt ok I.iiikiitv,
shonld he taken In every Democratic family In the
IT CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS,
Market lleports, a ( hotce Selection of Haudina
Mutter and Sound Dcmoer-illc Intelligence.
Only 8l.O ) For Year.
Cony free to person m inii-g club of
AtiHNTH WAN V KI ) In every Coun
ty. Send for ssmnle copv tree. Address,
DANNEH OK I I HEI.'l'Y , Elleuvlllu, N. Y.
(UtAY'H SPECIFIC Ml'.! I ('INK,
TRADE MARK. The (Ireat Kii(;ll"li'l UAI)E MARK
Itemedy, an r
fulllnir" cure I
Sier in a t orrlio
diseases that )'
low as a eoi
T, r rn , aoiiHu; U1 IOSS
JJOIOrO lUKUlgmehiory, utilvcit-al
lasslluile, pair ':i thu hack, illin c. , nvifini
ticsa of vision, nreinaliire old Hire ,r'J 4,1,4 U1&
and many ntlierrtlseuses that lead to Insanity or
coiistinipiliui anil a premature, yrnve,
full pailliuliira in our pamphlet, which wo de
sire to ni' nil Irec hy niall to every one. The spe
( lite incdlclne Is sold lv all diui;lslH at 1 per
package, six foi $5. or will hit i em tree hy mall on
receipt of I lie ti'.otiKy 1V addiesstnft '111 E (JHAV
MUD1CINK CO., No. 3 MecliHnIca liloek, Detroit
Mlcl'. Hold In Cairo hy Harclay liro., 1'nul a
Bcliuu aadUeo. K. O'llara.
tt B US ItSH V3
Wc Mean Curwl, Not Merely .Relieved
And Can Prove What we Claim.
-JjTh'r'' ur" "" f'-l'uri H and no disappoint
minis, ifynti urn troulilBd with SU kTiEAD
ACHE you can hn easily and (Uli kly cured, a
hundreds have been already. T7l i al Phe j, leaned
to mail a sheet ol testlnmnlBls to liny ilil, rTsiedT"
Carter's Little Liver Tills
Also cure all forms or lllliousiiess. prevent Consti
pation and Dyspepsia, promote Dleestlon. relieve
distress from too hearty eating, correct Disorderi
or the Stomach. Stimulate the Elver, and herniate
the Ih.wels They do all tliih hy takint' lu.t one
little pill al a dote. They are purely vee. u'de, do
not (iripe or puree, mill urn as m urly perfect as
Ii Is pos.lhk- for a pill to he. I'rice ii i i t, 5 for
1. Sold hv drtiKt'iets every v, here or sen' hv mall
CAftTJSU ilEDK l.NE CO.. K1UE. PA
N hW ADVEItTIS E M EN TS .
To make a otiart of medicine itiurantei-d to cure
Humors of the Ith.od. Dyspep. a. l.u.-r Tr.,nl,!. s,
Milney eakne.s. or (ieneral DeMilt,, ,.fli ,T
d'rrsa '"'ld' '"r 'V " T ,''I'"ck4l-', '' i(,r V Ad
J. AI.ONXO (iliEI'NE. Indian D.,.tor.
Sl'i Pine M , M. l.0li. Ml).
V 7 7 7 A E A rt and ex
5 I I ai-elils Out til fr.-e A
O. VICKEHY. Auirnnt.
, IVEItTISKl:s: fei,drroi:r Se;.,:t I..t f .n.
Spruce St., N. V.
iiewspapera. Oio. '. Itimeil A Co., 10
l "'ANTEI).--Vanufacturliijr concert wauts a
hu.ini M mm tn Cairo, an I lu-, ry c;tv , nut
ready taken. i A lew hundted dol ar nece.-ary to
pay for n -eds on delivery arier orders have been
secured for the fame. JI.Ml per motth profit
guaranteed. The mot earchii: Invertiiratiun
soiidted A S Alt.NOI.D Co. cori.cr Mrs.
Street and Itroadway, llroi Llyn, N, Y.
wirl mt Vi Wti 'i Fi-fH.;-c'., ftnl it n l-X
boi4 l-j iirawt. W 8 fCHICF TELIN 6 CO M T
iMjns Pctont Rei'irsdJ
DR. KLINE StjStAT
tJ c our DeGTADrS
fwrat T.im r
urtj'r tilt, H'ltHil arui .o-e J-' cti'it.
irtaisnat dirrct4. Itn tilmflT
eailw rvl 12 trial Pott.elr. vt
r .loaiirriU.lhsy tuvimrciprruairf. Snd nain
P. 0. ant eipreM ad'!rrt to Ijr. K I 1 S 0, 1
ArchSl. I'hlucIpLla,!'. iSxvriiKlpaUruwim.
ttlthoot mHHnsf. AU.AKH eor.rni.K MFDI.
(ATEI) BottjllW. I'awnled Uctoher 16,
.No. 1 w!tt cure any f in f.in' d.iT. or leu
No. i will cure the m.j.1 ohslmate c , n.j niattrr
Of how longstanding.
Konaaseoui dutrj of eubebs, copaiba or nil of
Vn'lilwi'l, Uiat ara certain t i pr-)clrjce j)ii'isi
ry leiroyin lh cottinirt of the miimfh. No
ayrtooratrinreiit injecuoua lo prniuca other
I'nce j ji). hol.D PY ALL DUUOGISTS, or
lnailel c ri-cell't of pr.ee.
Forf her particalari aend f'ir elrrniar.
P. o. lill. J (. AI.LAS tt.,bl j.i.nStreat,
VVeult r $1C0 rriarj r,r any car : ttiiy uul not
yjick.itfe and ture cure.
1 (ir lady tliatn-n"-in ir
m mm m . . . . - ....... .....
k.m tl,. .I.i,i,in,..l..nu f. m llfx 1,1 knerett.
It Is enpsclnllr adapted lo those lio Ii -. r.-iched
tti.i fool 01 tlic hill. Addreaa M. H'l Mi, !.!
Greenwich Street, New York.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK :
I OH, KKi'l.'ha AVI) IAITS IOK THK Mtl.r.foW,
luliipti! I. I" f'trwifM. V.fliHilfl. M.rrl. .-, It ' .-.nnl.
Hij.1i.., or th Swk, Il.l. Ilml, DuuI.IkI, l..i'..k.. -.',. Ac,
fti .,,, Sji-tn,n C-'I'V f rit, d4ltm4. II. W .-.viJtlt
141 S.ulk KUI (iUMl, Brvwklvs. N. 1.
guperb tlolidny i:lilion.
'uriuTHiv ut l n-r
V...T. V.,,,,,,,1., t. n V
Hill Pub, t'0.i WLt&tll Street, :,. I.Ctty.,
yos'.ane ou Uooli Zj cents 5 rcgo-u ri u ui..u, oj.i
EARS FOll THE MILLION!
Ftio Clioo's lialsun of Shark's Oil
Positively Restores the Hearing nnd Is Iho Only
Ahtolutu Cure for Dnifness hnown.
This Oil la extracted from n pccn'n.r i; icies of
small White Shark, ciiuirht in the Yenow Sea,
known ns Cnrcharodon hotnleletil . Evcr,(.'hllieso
llslierniaii knows It , Its virtues ns a restorative of
heiirinx were discovered hy a Huddhist Priest ahotit
thu year MM. Its cures wero so iniineioiis nnd
niauy so s"cinliwly miraculous, tim! Die remedy
was officially proclaimed over the entire Emplru.
Its use liecaine so tit Ivefiil that for ever Smiyeari
no de-ifetiess has existed Hniolip the Chll.csu ieo
tde. Sent, charges prepaid, to uny address ut $1 per
Only Imported hy HAYI.OCK K CO.,
aoi.R AuxMs roil amkiiIca. TDeyM., New York.
Its virtues are uniiiicHtloniihlo and Itscuralivo
character absolute, as thu wrltirran pe soually
testify, hoth from exierletiic utid ohserMitiou
Amoni! Hie niimv readera of the revliwtn onn
part anifan ther ol' the country. It Is probable thnt
nuinWersiir" idlln ted wltii deiii'ness. and to such It
mny he said: "Write tt once to Haylocl; .v. Co., 7
Dey Strm t, Niw York, enclosiinr $1, nnd yon will
receive hy return a renif dy that will enable you to
hear like nnyhody else, arid whose curative effect
will be permanent You will never regret doing
so."' Editor of New Ycrk .Mercantile llcvluw,
Sept. STith, lust), .
AO E NTS.
,k Outfit sent freo to those who wish to on
L 4 L-v K"iro 1" Iho most pleusant and protltiihlu
I huslnesa known, DverythlnK new.
m fl Capital not required. We will furnish
" cvervthlniz. l(lu day ami upwards la yet
TI easily niailo without stuylnii away from
home over nlitht, No risk whatever. Many now
workers wanted at one. Muuy aro making fort
unes nt tlic business. Entiles inuko as much a
men, and vouna hoys and jrirla iiihkii tcnl pny. No
onu who la willing to work falls to mnke mora
money every day than can he tnnduln a week at any
oilier employment, -Ihoso who euSiB at once
will And a short road to fortune. Addrcei .'I.
11ALLETT CO., PorUuud ilaluo,
jf AiievOiaig.y WORKS.
Jv ff iiif tJrS7i I Hby ir nn 1m s . (oil
S uTf boui:ilandI.li;i:ra.
r JlfrWr"- gl ted. snt a t a prcrr.-sifc-ltv