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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1830.
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TLe Pleasures ot Hope.
When the body is bowed with pain an
intense longing tor relief brings hope. This
may brighten the suffering but it does not
cure. At a time like this how welcome is
such friend as Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure, bringing home, health and hap
piness and the joys of a renewed life.
We desire to call the attention to our
readers to the Grand Holiday Oiler of the
Mendelssohn Piano Company, whose ad
vertisement appears elsewhere. This
Company offers an $9.j0 Square Grand
Piano, 3 stringed; 7 octaves, in a hard
some rosewood case, for only 245 ; also
many other styles of Pianos and Organs at
gTeat bargains for the Holidays, including
sheet music at one-third price. These
Pianos, including Grand, Square and Up
right, made one of the finest displays at
the Centennial Exhibition, and were unani
mously recommended for the Diploma of
Honor and Medal of Merit. The Mendels
sohn Piano Co. arc the first to do a general
business with the purchaser direct, saving
him more than one-halt the price charged
by other first-class makers. This saving is
made by doing away with the Agency Sys
tem, and giving the people the Pianos at
Wholesale or Agency prices. We would
recommend auy ot our readers who have
any idea of ever buying a Piano or Organ,
to send for their Illustrated and Descrip
tive Catalogues, which will be mailed free
Virginia City, Nevada.
Just heard from Tom Harris, Virginia
City, Nevada; he writes that the
doctors had given up all hopes of saving
hun. Ho had Albumenaria in the worst
form; was induced to try Spring Blossom.
He is now bossing his stamping mill as
usual. Prices, 50 cents, trial bottles 10
Coccus. "Brown s Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years these Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The TimoAT. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches'1 act directly on the organs of the
?oic. They have an extraordinary effect
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 Cud the Tr'ches use
A Coioh, Cold, Cataiuui of sore 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
ed for sale, many of which are injurious.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
Mr. Wm. romeroy, Bangor. Me., writes:
l nave lor a long time surlcred from cont n
ual constipation, making lite a misery, and
causing Headache and frightful cramiw.
Mr. Thomason(whohas been lately visiting
in Buffalo) induced me to trv the Spring
Hloswmi. It has perfectly cured me. Price.
.)u ccniH, tnai unities 10 cents.
1 11IKTY EARS Lxi'KKIKNCK OK AN Ol.U
NciisK Mrs. Winnlow's Soothins Svrun is
the pei'Kcription of one of the best female
pliymcmns aud nurses in the United States
tma tins been used lor thirty youth with
never failing safety and bucccss by millions
oi mouiers ana children, Irom the feeble
inUtitot one week old to the adult. It
corrects aculity of tho stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates tho bowels, and gives
rest, health and comfort to mother and
ciui'i. we uoiieve lttlio best and BUrest
remedy in tho world, m all cases of diseu
til aud dianhu'a in children, whether it
ar lroiu teething or from any other
.!" j. Jr ull directions for using will nc
c: :iny each bottle. Ione genuine un
lc ho fuc simile ot Curtis & PeikinH is on
ti mtttide wrapper. Sold by all medicine
iln. ens. iwcnty-tivo cents a bottle, (3)
Slio Passed it Along-.
1 son 1 you my testimonial in reference to
Npnng lilowom, having taken it for dv
Hepnia, and receiving utmost immediate re
lict, l passed it to my neighbor, who
using it with HAino result.
Mkh. J. W. Lkpiki.t, Elmiru, N. Y.
Price, 50 cents, trial bottle 10 cents.
I had a m.isniifB to send her
To her whom my soul love beatj
Tut 1 had my tak to finish.
Ami she IiaiI if one to rest
To rest In the f.-ir bright lienven i
(Mi! so far away from here)
It was v.iln to jpeak to my darling,
Eor I knew she could not hear,
I had a message to send her,
So tender, and true, and tweet,
I lunged for au angel to hear It,
And lay It down at her feet.
I placed It, one Summer's ivenlnij,
On a little white cloud' breast;
But It faded In ifolden splendor.
And died In the crimson West,
I gave It the lark next morning,
And I watched It soar and soar;
But It pinions grew faint and weary,
And It fluttered to earth once more.
I cried In my passionate longing,
llaj the Earth no angel friend
Who will carry my love the messag '
My heart desires to send ?
Then I beard a strain of music,
So mighty, so pure, so dear.
That my very sorrow was silent,
And my heart stood still to hear.
It ruse In harmonious rushing
Of mingled volrei and strings.
And I tenderly laid my message
On Music's outspread wings.
And I heard It float farther and farther,
In sound mure perfect than speech,
Farther than iglu can follow,
Farther than soul can reach.
And I know that at last my message
Has paased through the (Jolden Gate;
So my heart Is no lunger restless.
And I am content to wait.
AMai.lt A un Proctor,
ELLEN GALE'S CHRISTMAS.
It was a stormy evening in December.
The north wind rattled the rickety case
ments, und the rain and sWt dashed
liercely against the panes. Within the
room a poor, bare room in a tenement
house a sad-faced woman, and two
fragile-looking children, a boy and girl,
sat crouching over the small cooking
stove trying to warm their shivering
frames by the feeble lire that burned
" Mother," said the blue-eyed, fair
haired child of seven, " I don't suppose
we shall keep Christmas to-morrow,
Mrs. Gale made no reply to this ques
tion of her boy. A choking sensation
in her throat prevented her.
What a mockery was the word when
she and her children were starving!
"Certainly not, Walter," said Min
nie, who, though only nine years old,
yet by the thoughtful look in her hazel
eyes, and her quiet, rdd-fashioned ways,
seemed almost a woman. ."Certainly
not, why need1 you ak? Only see, you
have almost made mamma crv."
"Don't fret, mamma," sahl Walter,
"I don't care for turkey and pumpkin
pies, and plum pudding and old Santa
Clauses that is. not very much," add
ed the little fellow, whose supper of
bare bread and a single baked potato
had scarcely satisfied the cravings of
his healthy young appetite.
' Ah!" hVsaid, but they arc going to
have a great spread over to Charlie At
well's to-morrow. Four turkeys, be
sides chickens. I was there when the
grocer brought them. Lots of other
things besiiK'S. A barrel of apples,
two great big pumpkin, and packages,
ever so many of them. Mother, did We
used to keep Christmas before father
"Yes, my child," answered the moth
er. And then, as memory reported to tho
days of her happy wifehood, when her
husband's love had shielded her from
every care: when she had never dreamt
of being brought face to face with want,
her self-control gave way. She clasped
her hands over her face and burst into
passion of tears.
"Oh. don't, prav don't, mamma,"
said Minnie, rising from her chair and
kneeling down before her mother and
clasping her knees. "Don't cry. We
have enough in the bouse lor to-mor
row, have we not? We have bread
md potatoes, and a little meal. Oh! I
do love mush, and so does Walter.
Don t you di-tir.
lis, said Walter, "with milk; but
we haven t anv money to uuy miiK,
But I say, don't cry, mother, 1 am go
ing to try and earn a little something
to-morrow going errands. I tried to
get a job to-day, but I couldn't. Hut
yon know lat Monday I earned twenty-
live cents. All! when J get to be a little
older, mother, you shall have everything
you want; you ami Minnie. 1 will woi'K
and earn money for you."
ind the little fellow shook back bis
curls arid expanded his chest, as he
thought of the wonderful things he
would do when he was a man.
His mother looked at him fondly
through her tears. IInw like his father
he was! With the same brave, sanguine
spirit, too. How proud his father would
have been of him, And Minnie, too
the good, wise little woman. Surelv,
heaven had blessed her with her chil
dren. For their sake she must be brave
and bear tin. She raised Minnie from
the tloor, kissed her, and calling Walter
to her side, kis.-ed him too, and stroked
his fair curls. '
My darling," she said, I think you
had better go to bed now. Tho lire is
low" indeed, it had nearly died away
"and we must keep our coal for to
morrow," "Yes, mother." said Minnie cheerful
ly, "and von?"
I shall conic directly, said Mrs.
But, mamma, vou will take cold: it
is so cold here. Let me go and get you
your warm shawl."
And going to llui closet, Minnie- took
n faded plaid woolen shawl from a nail,
and wrapped it around bur mother's
'Thank you, dear; and now you had
better go direct I v to bed.'
'If 1 only had just a littlo piece; of
bread lirst,' said Walter with a sigh.
'It seems as if something was gnawing
inside my stomach.1
Mrs. dale rose, without a word, nnd
going to tho cupboard, took from a
plate a small, thin slice of bread, and
gave it to her son,
'And you, Milium!' she said.
'Oh, I am not at all hungry, mother,
dear,' said Minnie, 'not at ull.1
The children undressed, und kneeling
down by tho poor, but spotlessly (dean
bed. said In concert their 'Now I lay
ine,1 etc. Then (hoy added, as their
nightly custom was :
Oh! (iod bless our denr pupa, and
bring him back to us once more.'
'(od never answers our prayer,1 whis
pered Walter, after they were beneath
the lied clothes.
'I think,' answered his sister, nl.o in
a whisper, 'that our dear papa must be
dead, or he would come to us.1
Long after tho children were asleep,
long alter the la-t remnant had died
away in the stove, Ellen (Sale sat think
ing,' thinking. The room grew colder
nnd colder, tho wind whistled and
shrieked as if in anger, and the sleet
continued to beat liercely againt the
window pane. Jt was a wild, bitter
night, but the rich and happy, in homes
full of festal cheer, laughed at its fury.
Five years before Ellen tiale had been
a happy wife. Her husband, young,
liandsomo and prosperous, was very
proud of his beautiful wife aud their
two lovely childreu. Walter I Sale was
the trusted, contidential clerk of a large
commercial house. Ho was on the high
road to fortune, for his employers had
promised to make him a partner of the
linn, when, one day. it was discovered
that two thousand dollars belonging to
tlie linn was missing. Circimi-tanccs
pointed to Walter !ale, the trusted
clerk, as the critn'mal. and though
there was not sutlieietit evidence to
convict him. he was disiuUscd from the
establishment with a stain noon his
name. The night following his dis
ehargo Walter (Sale left his home, leav
ing a note addressed to his wife, assur
ing her of his innocence, and declaring
his intention never to come back to s
ngain until he was able to replace the
money he was suspected of having
stolen. This trouble fell like a thunder
bolt on the fond young wife ami moth
er, who hail never known care or sor
row. She lived sin.' was obliged to
live for her children, the youngest a
babv of two years. She sohl her jewel
ry, Walter's gifts, and most of her fur
niture, removed from her pretty cottago
to two rooms in a tenement house, and
went to work sewing for the shops. She
heard no word, no tidings of her hus
band, but two years after his departure
his innocence was proved beyond a
doubt. The junior partner of the house
in which Walter had been employed
absconded with all the available funds
of the company. He was fifllowcd, cap
tured, and imprisoned for the crime.
He committed suicide in prison, but be
fore he died he performed one act of
justice. He wrote a confession declar
ing Walter (Sale's innocence of the
crime of which he was suspected, and
admitted that he had been the real
criminal. The particulars of this man's
arrest, imprisonment, confession and
suicide were published in the newspa
pers far and near. Surely, if Walter
Gale were living they must'have reach
ed him. But three years had passed
since then and no 'tidings had been
heard of him, and the inference was
that he was dead. Mrs. Gale and her
family were known to be in great pov
erty, still there were few who were
aware that they ever suffered from act
ual want, for Ellen was very proud too
proud to complain, much less to beg.
Alas! for the poor and proud. And,
indeed, when she could obtain work,
her nimble lingers earned enough to
supply herself and children with food
ami clothing ju-t that and no more.
For the past month, however, it had
been impossible for her to obtain work,
and to-night there is nothing in the
house but half a loaf of bread, aud half
a dozen potatoes, a little meal and a
few handfuls of coal. And the next
day is Christmas the day of plenty, and
happy family reunions, and happy chil
dren." Ellen Gale sits shiveriii'' in the cold,
bare room, while outside the wind
howls, arl tho rain beats against the
windows. Her thoughts go back to the
past to the merry Christmas times she
has spent in her father's house, the dear
old farm house up among the hills of
New Hampshire. She thinks of those
who gathered around that festal board
father, mother, sisters and brothers.
They are all gone all except one broth
er, who has removed to the far West.
This memory recalls to her that happiest
Christmas of all, her wedding day, when
she stood up in the old fashioned parlor
of the same old farm house, w ith her
handsome young lover, and the words
were spoken by the gray-haired man of
God, which made tier his wife. Oh!
the happy days and years that followed.
How tender, how true, how noble he
was that husband of hers. How he
had loved her. Then the children had
come. How proud ho had been of them.
What a future lie had planned for them.
And now they were sulieririg from want,
from hunger and from cold. She roe
and walked to their bed side. There
they lay fast asleep, looking so fair, so
angelic, but, oh: so thin and pale. No
Christmas toys and pleasures for them
no pleasant surprise in the morning
to gladden their hearts and make home
Oh! God,' she cried, 'I cannot, oh! I
cannot endure that they should sutler,
my dear ones, his ami mine. Oh! Wal
ter, Walter, come back to them, to nie !
Many and many a time in the past
four years lias that cry, "Walter, come
back to me, been wrung irom mo
depths of her agonized heart. She had
well nigh despaired of that prayer ever
being answered. But as the sound of
her voice dies away upon the air, she
hears u loud rap upon the door. She V
not afraid, as many women would have
been, for it is past ten o'clock. Shu
goes to the door and opens it. A man
stands before her enveloped in a heavy
overcoat, buttoned up to the chin. Ho
is bearded and bronzed, and it is no
wonder she does not recognize him.
But ho knows her, and taking a step
forward, says, "Nellie, my darling,
and folds her close to his heart. Her
prayer had been answered at last.
That heart-warm embrace over, and af
ter the father has imprinted a kiss
on tho face of each of his sleep
ing" children, he looks around the bnro
room and says:
"Nellie, dear, are you very tioor?'1
"1 have- been out of work lately,
Walter, dear, nnd wo have but littlo
food in tho house, and but a handful
"Put it on, dear Nell, for I have much
to say to you, and the room is like a
barn; and you, my own darling, are,
shivering with cold. Heaven forgive
me! 1 was a coward to leave you, hut
I could not stay at home and be looked
upon as a thief."
"Your name was cleared long ago,
denr Walter," said Ellen. "It was
Hnriwell who was guilty. He confessed
it before his death."
"Nelly, is that 1'eiillv true?"
"Ye, dear Walter said Ellen and
sitting upon his knee, his loving nrms
around her, she told him tho whole
Thank heavcu!" said Walter fer
vently, "that my name stands unibleni
ished" before tho world, for your sake
and theirs," he said, pointing to the bed
where lay his sleeping children. "I
could have borne anything but to be sus
pected of dishonesty. Thai maddened
me. I must have been mad, I think, or
I should not have left you and your ba
ies to starve. I went away determined
never to come b;U'k until my innocence
was proved. I went ti New York and
shipped on a vessel bound to India.
The ship was wrecked oil' the Cape of
Good Hope, and I ami a few others of
the en w were taken on board an En
glish vessel, bound for Australia. Ar
riving there, I started immediately for
the gold diggings. For a long lime I
had no luck at all, and 1 had not the cour
age to write home, having nogood news
t communicate. But at last good for
tune favored me. I found a nugget
worth three thousand pounds. I went
to Melbourne and exchanged it for bank
of England notes, I was now able to
repay Jones & Co. the money they ae
(med me of stealing, so I started for
home. I arrived in L half an hour
ago, I cniuired with fear and trem
bling for Mrs. fiale. I was afraid that
1 should hear you were dead. But.
thank heaven, that sorrow was spared
me. They directed me here. Nellie,
my wife, can you forgive me?"
"Dear Walter, I have nothing to for
give. But 1 am so happy. My heart
is so full of thankfulness:"
Then with light hearts, they put on
their cloaks, and from the numerous
stores selected many nice and beautiful
presents, and before they retired each
stocking was hung up and well tilled
with Santa Clans" best gifts.
Oh. the joy of the children when, on
waking the "next morning, they were
informed tiiat the bronzed, bearded
gentleman with kindly blue eyes was
really their long absent papa: and the
joy of that house, and of those harpy
children, can not be described, and tle'v
were to have a Christmas dinner with
turkev and the usual fixings after all.
Minnie dropped her piiet, womanly
ways, nnd became a veritable child
again: merry and noisy, Such a Christ
mas dinner as was eaten in that poor
room the next day! Such a turkey!
Koasted to a turn a rich golden brown.
And there was chicken pie and plum
pudding, besides (juantities of rosy
cheeked apple, nuts and raisins.
Minnie and Walter lived to see many
Christmas days, but never a happier
one than that spent in the tenement
house on the day following their long
iost father's return. They removed
from that squalid tenement house to a
pleasant street. Walter Gale accepted
the partnership offered him by Jones cv
Co. Mr. Jones was anxious to atone,
as far as possible, for what he called
his former injustice.
Ellen Gale's dark day are over. The
roses have comeback to her cheks,aiwl
the rounded outlines to her face and
figure. She looks almost like a girl
again. There is no happier home in
all our land than theirs. No woman is
blessed with a kinder, truer, more de
voted husband, or more beautiful, prom
ising children. Her whole life is a con
stant thanksgiving to (iod for His good
ness. Has prosperity made her selfish? Ask
the poor, the widows and orphans,
whose homes are brightened and cheer
ed by her benevolence.
Thf. "London Hair Color Ilentorer"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people aud
totally different from nil other hair re
storers, being eutiiely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles tor the hair obnoxious,
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or prematurely gniytvgs, troin
sickness or other causes, itsfcsc will
restore the natural youthful color, nnd
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
scalp from all impurities, dandruff, 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 druggist for London Hair Color
Restorer. Price 7.") cents a bottle. (1 )
Mr. George E. O'Hara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet Ihc demands of his many
customers. He has just received a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its marvelous cures. Dr.
King's New DiM'ovcry for consumption,
coughs, colds, nstlniin, bronchitis, buy
lever, phthisic., croup, whooping cough, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection ot tho throat and lungs
This remedy positively cures, as thousands
can testily. It you do not believe it Mil
at his drug store and get a trial bottle free
of cost or a regular size bottle for one dol
lar. Ah you value your life, give it n trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been H l
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all Neive Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to )'. Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn,
4 ii IV fO's Jlcfovo the Public,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
arc not recommended asa remedy "foralltho
ills that tlt'sh is heir to," but in nficctions of
the Liver, nnd in nil bflioiisComplainls, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can bo used prcpara
tory to, or after Inking quinine,
Asa simple purgative they arc uneqnulcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The ceiuiiiie are never sugar-eonlcd,
F.ach box has n red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, Mi LANE'S LIVEU PILL.
Each wrapper bears the signature of
C. Md.ANB nild l'll'.MIMl Bltos.
Hay Insist upon havinu the genuine DR.
C. Mt LANE'S LIVEU PILLS, preparedly
l.lkJVli ttlil 1. ...... 1. II..
j M .iii.Mi jtuip,, i nisuiii if ii, i ii.i
the market being full of imitations of tho
name MvLunv, spilled differently but
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI K'y.
TIME TAUI.E OK PASSK.NOKIl TltAlNS KU0M
V1.NCENNK8 (Nov. tfO, 187U.)
No. 3 Ony Express (Kxci'iit Muuility).... 1 :.10 p, m,
r.iiri'KH (hxci'pt Miuimy) l :V, p. m.
4 MiiUt Kxprvcs (l)Hily) W::S)a, in,
Mo. R Exnrnss (Exeunt Huutlnv) ft :or a. m.
" 1 Kiiy Exiirt'HS (Except Suuriuy).. ,S:H)p.m.
' 3 Mu'lit Express (Dully) 1 :J5 a. in.
K. I'l.AHK. (', S. CoNlt. Jit.,
Aisuut Viiicennos. (Jen. Tie kut Au't OiiicliniBll
HAIRO it ST. LOUIS It. 11.
M.. .1, W 1
i. U7 i M I ' ' : I
H. AV. 8MITIIKKS. Itoceiver.
SIIOKTKST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOL'LS.
Throuuli Express arrives at E. St." Loiils.'. 5:'unp .m.
i uruuKii r.xprens leaves r. m . umls.... BMSia.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:1(1 p.m.
.Tiiiniuysnaroaecouiimiaatloiileaves Cairo 1 ::wi p.m.
Murphyslioro Acc. leaves Mnrptiy'boro .. !i:ima.m!
.urursiioro acc. arrives at l airo 11 :-.1a.m.
The 1'nlrn A St l.nnU ktl w.,ui im tv... .n
Itnll Route between Cairo and St. I.ouU nml,.r
tnminsfement, therefore tlier are no delays at
ny station swaltlne rounectlons from other lines.
lose unil Milr. rnmii.ftl.iTtu at K I , .(.. u-i,v. ...i
Hues for North. East and West
A. ALOLE, h. M. JOHNSON,
Auent Oeteral M.uiairer.
LIXOIS CENTRAL II. R.
TI I K
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
riie Only Lino Hiinnin
Making Direct Connection
Tbains I.iavK Cairo:
;i:ir ti m. Mail,
Arrtvintr In St. I.ouls :i: a m.: Chicago. S 'H p.m. :
ionu.";iinK voin ana r.inni;naiii inr uiuc.n
liuli, Louirvlile, Indianapolis and points Eat.
11: IU a.m. S?t. I,ouiH nnd Wenieru
rrlv1njf In St. I.ouis 7:0.1 p. m., and connecting
fur an points en.
-l:'i) p. in. I-'usit JxprKH.
For St. Louis and CtilcaL'o, arriving at St. Louis
1U:(D p.m.. and Chirao T:) a ni
I :tJO p.m. Cincinnati Kx presM,
Arriving at Cincinnati T:0 a m.; Iiiisville ?:
am.; Indianapolis 4:11 a.m. fusKencr or
tl.is tmlii reatu the above points 1 11 tu lUi
HoL'lts !u advance of any otter route.
r-Tlie 4:1 p. m. eitirpss has I'L'LI.MAN
si.hEl'lNl, I Alt Cairo to Cincinnati, without
rhantres. and through sleepers to bt. Louis and
Fat Time Kast.
P'lviOlKroi'c ''J llne f through to East.
I l - I. 1 1 l. 1 .T , rn DiiintH without inr di-hiv
Hilled hv Sunday iritiTVctiliiL' Tht, Snturditv nfter.
noon trnin from Cairo arrives in new York M outlay
niornlu at 10 . Thirty-six hours In advauceuf
anv nther route.
tfViit throuL'h tickets and further Information.
nppiyat Illinois Central Kailroud llepot. Cairo.
J A3. llllMJ., J. II JIJ.f.M,
(ien . Southern Acnt. Ticket Aifent.
A. II. HANSON, (ieu. 1'aas, Aselit. ( hlcaito.
TfliiO .0 JI.Kfl: iMoM Stops. IT
.Jii'.Sro Uli Taper In
Addrcra DANIEL E. UEATTV.
Hired fur all sulil'ers
sanieil in the V. S. service
from any raise: alo for
helr of (leceii.cil soldiers. The sIlKhtt'Kt disability
lionntr and new ill. charge, iiroiiind. If In doul.t
as towlii'thei enlitlid to atiythltiu. send two :!
stainiis for our "Circulnr of Infoiiiiiitii n." Ad-
die, will, inn. lis, STODDA I IT ft CO . Solicitors
of Clnlms mid palt uls, room h, m Cloud liuildin'.
WaKiiliiuton 0. c.
l.owei jirlees evor known
on liwfli . (Hinder,
OUR $15 SHOT-GUN
ut Kreiilly rwlureil jirli n,
'h(l Htaiop fnr our New
llliiklri.ti..ll'fi,l, . li.
P. 1-OWtLI. tmx.aa Main (in U ( i.St I .s s'atI.O.
Readings! Rocitatfunsl Elocution
iJnm.NOW READ T.'l
708 Chestnut St., Phlladalphla.
This rnimtr I. nnlf .rra Willi OiSriM.aiM rnnlslnl .0-
0Ul"f lll'SIOIKU li.nH1 lw'IIMH"linn i,i'.giMXs
c .".Mnins KrntWnl. Omlorj, 1'uOmm, llnmur, r un.
Ixopn. prim, 30 ct..tMil'l ft"'. Sow (r iimiksrlliT..
fury l,nr v tin "k pin-.., ororjr mmlir uf l.jrnum
ho wants Hiimnlhliig .Nw tn wit., .Iiould (i, I lha
V hole "t'U ( le' ml". Hi'l Full l.l.lnf untcnl I' try,
WualsvnsvuTlirmiXsuksol "tAi.uoiif.H."Hl Kisai'.'s
ujj.iiviiui J ij i a I' lc II
Itamior of Liberty,
Founded by li. I. lieebo.
VSlh year ol viiUli'titlor. The old .lefli'-sonlun
lietnoiriillc Weekly, tin' Hasnkii ok I.iiikiitv,
fhoiilil he taken In every Demui nitlc fumlly In I lie
1 11 Ion,
IT CONTAINS ALL THE NEWS,
Murket Iteporls. a UioImi Siieclloii nf Kuullnf
.Mutter iiml humid lieumrrniic mieiiip'iicu.
OlIIVWl .UU.l.-VP Y mil".
Cotiv Ine lo person setniliu' club of ten
AO ENTH VA"l'K.l)ln every Conn
ly. heinl fol sample copy free. Address,
HAN NEK UK 1 lUEltTY. Ellenvlllu, N. V.
(iltAVH Si'rCJFIC .MEDI' tNK,
TRADE MRK.Th(lreulEi!tltnKAl)E MARK
tor fiilllmt euro
Sr 111 1 11 11I WYnkiieM
Iinpolt'iiey, iiml si.
(IWriisesj (lint fol
low nc it conic
llielicil of Si'i
Ti e mil iioii'e us loss in.
Boforo TakliiKuioiiioi v, iiniveisui
lllssltmlu. pllll' Ml I ll ':! 01111 AfW TaVinrs
ness of vision, tireitialiiro old nKe,ul,r wuiB
ami muiiy iitlieriDseiisi's thnt lead to lu-nnlty or
rotistiuiilloti anil n premature I'ruve,
K11M iiarlleiilura (11 our pamphlet, which wu le
.Irn In simil li-eu hv Innll to nverv 11I111. Tint still'
1 IHc liiiiillelmi Is sold lv r.ll ilrnpulsls at l pel
pnclow. six for or will lie lent iree hv noill on
reet'ipt nf tha tnotiity by iidiln I'slnu 1 IfK iillAV
1 IlKililU, NO.:) .HiTUNtilcf liloi'U. Detroit
Midi, Hold lu Ciilrri lir Iliircli.y llio'., I'mil (1
Hell till ntidd'i'o, E. O" J J 111 11.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Helievec
And Can l'rovu Whot wo Claim.
ryTliero am no failures mid no disappoint.
'Ills. If you am troubled wllu hlCK HE AD-
ACHE you tan he easily and uulcklv cured
hundruils havel.et ii already. Ve ,lm) ,t. uv
to mall sheet of le.tlmoiilals lo any Iiitereted7
Carter's Little Liver Pills
" ., ,,, trrveni tonsil
nation and Dyspepsia, promote Dlkresllon, relievu
liiut posy f m I no h..m .. ...
Alun rilrn kit fnrnn r,f 1llh,i,.n....
i , .. , ""7 correct uisord-rs
of the Stomach, hllmulale the Liver, and Ungulate
the How,. Tin. .1., ull ii.i. i... Y".
little pill at a (lose. They are purely vciretahle. do
. riPu, ,,r,n"r(''4"u ' nearly perlect as
Is posh hie for a pilTlo be, I'rlce X cetts, 5 for
I. Mold hv driiu''lsts everywhere or sent ,y mail
CAftTEIl MEDICINE CO.. EIME. i'a
o make a (inart of nieilii Ine "uamnteid to cure
luii.ors of the lllood. in.pepsia. I.n,.r Tn.nl.le.;
mail, pOM-pMid. for -J.V., or 5iackiiKv lur $1 Ad-
Ul V PCI
J ALONZO (iHEENE. Indian Doctor.
Slii Tine tsl , St. I.ouis. Mo,
5 1 7
A V E A li and ripens
aceiits. t.utnt fne AdJre-. I
u. Mt-hLKl, Augusta. Maine
DVEHTIsEI.'S! serdforour Select I.l-t of I ...
eal iii w sliui t ra. (,, o I' li,.., . ,. , . ,..
Spruee St.. N. t .
NEW AI) EETISESiENTS.
W'ANTED.-Miiiir.factuilni: coi.ctra uLt. a
TV husiiiei.. m.n tn ( 'ii(r,. I lM...v i... . ...
reatlvtuken.i A few hundred dollars ceci s-arv to
pay for feds on delivery after orders have been
secured lor the same, fpsj per month profit
Xiarauttl. The most search iui itivenii-ation
solicited A. S AHNOLD it CO. corner i-irst
Street and Itroadway, Urooklyn, N, V.
J.ESTEY& C2 Bbaitleboro Vl
1 perfert'T fii.
PronMjnr. 1 ihs hi ibe h.th.
r.1 mroir.ii i'itrinrit,pt iu in. W'jilj tiz a:..t
r.l it 14 Witi.I'. Kip.iiir r... n1 il r'i. -
bM i uruaxi.u. w a icHitrrtLiK icon
DR. KLINE 8GREAT
for all tlana A Mi liifSt.i. Omj ii
Ism i.i.Ll ( t.ik'ii a. illrrrtrd. tV fat of' r
Arittiav'iul. Trr.tlw. .n.t f '2 tri&l hnttlnlrM. I A
urthir ill. J-iiiUmu nnd Aors A'r-Jt"i.
Vititisiila,lhsr parlnsciurruace. Snd nam.
1'. II. and ti;nsil aMreu to lia. K LINK, t 1
Art U i L eUlvittX I'a. &c vrutojui drwm
WKhont tn-dMlnei. ALLAN'S SOLTTtl.K MPT1I.
CATKO Bgl tiUa. 1'auinUed Oclohr 10,
No. 1 will cars any ra in f.nr dt. or !-..
No. J will cure tnr m.j.1 otwtliiale case, it,, ui.'.ter
Of how longstanding.
Nonaiisc ius il an nf etibSs, copaiba or oil nf
kndnl wood, that are cena.n i pr'Murc .Iv.p.
n di.lroln thr coatu.ir. of the si .r-.-h. So
yrtok'ca or siiriiiireui mjccUoiiS to produce otiier
I'rtcs ti a), hol t) UT ALL blll'GGl.sTS. or
ttalled o receipt oi pr;i-e.
For fif" her rrtlrnlrs srtid for elreular.
K O. I). I US. J C. ALLAN CO., h) John Ptrent,
We 1,0. r 1500 rswtrl .' r tuj car: they aill oot
yulck, aaft and sure cars.
1 Orladythat en l. u r
tliinir t"rte hit M ill, tn.it
may proTe th! .tepplnif-.toiie to a lite of n ci m.
It is ep.Tlllr a.lniited to those who have r. trlnjl
the foot ot His hill. Ailln.s at. lulMi,
(ireeuwlcli Street, Sew l urk.
THE FAMILY HAND BOOK !
I fill, Kl.l'll'KS AMI. AfT MR TIIK !!! l.h'S,
It, li.nil l. I" l.ftr,..., M.rh..i,n, M.rrl.uit., I' I., ...r .il,
stuil.til,, or 111. Ii.tlMt.Wil, 1I,.I''.1, H'.c. A '.,
1" nt-.. S4':fn.H lT'V AiMlt.M i, 11. MwaKLkX,
141 .'M.ulb lb SI...I, Orwolitu, S, V.
SMprb Jiolidrty trillion.
f 6 by II iie le s. i.ul
u: ' r-f i m ii, rioiu. nv."
' 3 'PT t'.'snrJgMONTHlY, i-t V I'.'
i " 1 - ' ' Jt Simili ". free. ..
Hill lub. Ca, Uls tual S.tll Street, N. V. C l'y.,
i'osUb'eou UooktKiCuUts tv(,'it tered luaa, oj.I
KAKS l'OK THE MILLION!
Foo Clioo's lialsiun of SliiuK's Oil
Positively lie-tores the lleiirlni:. nnd Is tin- (mly
Alisoltite Cure for Ihufness Known.
This (Ml Isexlnicted from a peculiar .pedes of
small White Shurk, catfjbt in the Veilow sea,
known us Ciirclniroiloii liundelelll . Every i liliiesc
llshei'iiimi knows It. lis virtues ns a reilornthe of
heiirlnu were discovered by a lludilliiHl Priest ii'miit
t lin yeiir IIHI. lis cures weru so ntiiii"totis und
Itiuiiy o seenillinlv mlriiciiloiiH. that the remedy
was ollb liillv procliilnied ovir Ihe entire Emplni.
Its use. bi'cn'tue so ui Iver.iil Hint for over yiinrs
liodeneness litis existed amonir tho Chinese peo
ple. Sent, cuiirKcs prepuld, to uuy address tit 1 per
,UUl"' only Imported by II AY LOCK .V CO..
sole aoknts roil AMi;i,ii a. 7 Dey St., New ork.
Us virtues urn uiuiticstloinihU! and Its ftirilllvtt
chnriirler absolute, us the writer can in-soiiully
testify, bold from experience nnd obserMitloii.
Aniotiir Hie nmtiy renders of Ibn l evlcw in onu
luirt mid nn. tber ol the counlrv, It Is pYolmble Hint
ntinibers lir" nlllnted with dciiiiicss. nnd to such It
limy besitld: "Wrlli' lit once to llnylock A: Co.. .
I ley Slrert, New York, enclos'iic Jl, and you will
receive by return a retnidy Ibnl will emiblu you to
hear llko Blivbodv else, ami whose curative cllecta
will be poru'innent. Yott will never reitret dolni?
so'-Kdllor of Nuw York Murcuiitllo Kivluw,
Sept. SIMM, 1HN),
Ad E NTS.
Out fit sent free lo those who wish to en
unito In Ibu most pk'iisnnt nnd profltnhlo
business known, KvervtlilniJ t",w
Cnpilnl not reiiulred, We will furnish
everything. Jllia dnyand iipwnrils Is yet
msllv maile without sluyliiir awny from
home over nlnht, No risk whatever. Jinny new
workers wiinled at onco, Many are mukliitf fort
iiiiiih ut Ihe business. I. miles mnko as mmli as
men, and voiiiiu bovs nnd uirls mBKiiitrenl pay. No
omiwho Iswllllnu lo work fulls lo nutlm moro
money every tlnv tliau rnn be timile In n week at any
other employment. Those who ciikhk l oii'"
will find ii'ahort mail to fortune. Add rets 11,
11ALLETT & CO., Portland Wuluu.