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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKNIIW, DECEMBER 2(5, 1830.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ITUY KOdNlHO (MOVIIAY IXl'IITID).
Only Morniiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
Largo t Circulation of imjr I3aily in
OFFICIAL PArKK OF CITY AND COUNTY
TIT AIlTIHril OVllAl'GIINESST.
One of th worker of tho world
Living toilet nnl tnilmjr iliod ;
Hut ollicn worked nd the world went on
And irns not rhanired when lie was gone,
A ftronRBrin atricken, a wild sail furled;
And only a lew men slnhcd.
One of the heroes of tlio world.
KotiRht to conquer, then fought to fail,
And fell down ilaln in bisblooj. stained mail
And over hi form they slept;
Ilia ranse wai lost ami his banner furled ;
And only woman wept.
One of the tinR-crt among mankind
Sang healing gongs from an o'orwrougli'
lint ero men listened the grasnd wind
Were wasting the rest unsung like a wave;
And now of his fume that will ne'er depart
lie has never heard in his grave.
One of the women who only love
Loved ami grieved and laded away
Ab met are these gone to the God above,
What more of eai'h fan I say?
They are human flowers that flower and fall,
This is the sung and the end of the"' all.
TRAPPED BY AN HEIRESS.
A cosier p'laco than the bij Bitting
room nt Ilillercst would liiivo been
hard to find, ifono had travelled from
Land's End to John O'Urouts; and
this eventful cveniii";, when tho des
tinica of two worthy people wcro
about taking1 definite form two peo
ple who bud never seen each other,
and who had heard of each other so
often that they were both curiously
eager to meet on this important even
ing the sitting-room at Ilillcrcst had
never looked pleasanter or cosier.
A huge fire of logs glowed like mol
ten carbuncles in the open fire-place;
on the table in tho centre of tho lloor
whose cover matched the glowing
crimson of the carpet, with a silver
stand that held a dozen snowy wax
tapers, whoso beaming light contrast
ed exquisitely with the ruddy glow
of the tiro.
Beside the table, in ft big cushioned
chair, with his feet thrust toward the
genial warmth of tho hearth, his gray
dressing-gown sitting comfortably on
his poutly form, his golden-rimmed
glasses on his nose, at tho owner and
master of Ilillcrcst, Mr. Abiah Cress
ington, rich, good-natured, and fond
of his own way. Opposite him was
the mistress ot the pluce,little, shrewd
faced, sharp -nosed, merry Aunt Cora,
his sister, who, since her widowhood,
had come to Ilillcrcst to make her
bachelor brother's homo us pleasant
as she could.
That she had succeeded was very
evident by the way now in which ho
looked up from u letter ho had been
reading the confidential, kindly way
in which he did it.
"Waller writes a curious letter in
response to my invitation to come and
spend a few weeks at Ilillcrcst as soon
as he gets over his latiguo from his
ocean voyage home, alter his live
years' tour abroad. I'll read it to
11c leaned near the softly glowing
light, and bean tho short, concise
reply that Walter Austin had written
from his chamber in the Temple :
"Vou arc very kind, indeed, Uncle
Abiah, to ask me down to Ilillcrcst
for as long us 1 wish to stay, and 1 can
assure you that 1 have been so long a
wanderer that tho idea of a home is
pleasant to me, Hut when 1 take into
coiibidcration tho peculiar importance
you propose uitaching to my visit, 1
am unwilling to accept this invitation.
To me, tho iilea of having my fancies
and inclinations put into harness, und
to feel that 1 am on coiiiiuual duly to
win my way into tho good graces of
lny second cousin, Mabel, whom you
arc good enough to wish me to marry-"
Mrs. Cora interrupted sharply,
"Abiah, you never surely wenUand
told our'grunilmother that you had in
ticw his marriage with Mabel?"
Her tone was tmcrgclic, almost ap
prehensive. "Why not? I certainly did. I toM
him in my letter that it was n chance,
lor him he'd never get again, and that
he needn't feel under such terrible ol
litralions to take a fancy to Phil's lit
tle Mabel, but tocouiR down and be
cousinly, nn I if anything should hap
pen, it'il be ri'jht all around."
Mrs. Cora knitted vigorously, her
lavender cap-ribbons quivering in tho
mellow taper glow.
"All 1 have to say Is, you'r ft fool,
Abiah! '.Walter is right. A young
man doesn't like to have his fancies
under rein and wnip, and the very
fact that wo want him to marry will
inako him indisposed to do it. You've
made a grc mistake in the begin-
Mr Crcssington looked aghast fit
his sister's determined face.
"Why, 1 really didn't suppose"
"Of course you didn't. It's only
natural stupidity, you dearold fellow 1
Men are nil alike. Don't I know them
liko & book? And you've ruined your
hopes for Mabel and Walter at tho
Mr. Cressington started discomfit
illy. "1 am sure 1 meant it all right
enough, Cora. 1 certainly wanted
Walter to know what a little darling
our Mabel is, and what a nico littlo
wifo ulie would nmko for any man."
"Very commendable, indeed; only,
if you had consulted mo upon the let
ter you wint, 1 should have advised
J on to sny nothing about Mabel, or
or charms or her expectations. I
ihould have simply asked him to
conifl and see un, and huvo left tho rest
to Mabel's blue eyes, You see,
His lips compressed slowly.
"1 think I see. And my hopes In
that direction arc all ruined 1"
Tho silver need les clicked rapidly,
nil tho snow-whito yarn came reeling
merrily off tho bull under her arm.
"Not at all. Leave that tonic, and
I'll seo what can bo done. Trust ft
woman's wit to get even & blundering
old fellow like yourself out of
Sho smiled and nodded, and looked
altogether so mischievous that Mr.
Cressington became quite excited over
her littlo mystery.
"Do explain, Cora."
And when sho explained ho leaned
back in his chair, with an expression
of positive awo and admiration on his
"What a woman you are, Cora! I
declare, it beats anything I ever heard
in the whole course of my life 1"
After dusk, a glorious winter day,
with here and there ft star twinkling
in the pale gray sky, and tho lights
and fires in tho Ilillcrcst sitting-room
making an eloquent welcomo to Wal
ter Austin, us ho stood in the midst of
tho home circle, tall, . gentlemanly,
handsome and 6clf-possessed.
Old Mr. Cressington was in the
richest humor as he led forward two
"Come, don't be shy, now. Walter
this is your cousin, Mabel Cressington,
and this is her good friend and insep
arable companion, Ire no Vance, come
to help entertain you. My nephew,
Mr. Walter Austin, girls. And this
is Aunt Cora you remember her well
And so the presentation was mer
rily gotten over, and Walter found
himself in tho most pleasant family
lie had ever known.
They wcro remarkably pretty girls,
with blue eyes although Miss
Vance's were decidedly the deeper
blue and more bewitching and love
ly, yellow gold hair. Walter found
himself admiring tho stylo of Miss
Vance's coiffure before ho had known
her an hour; and when he went up to
his room that night he tjelt as if be
tween the two, roguish Mabel and
sweet littlo Irene, ho never would
come out heart-whole.
"For Mabel is a good little darling,"
thought he, "and I will take Great
unclo Abiah's advice and fall in love
with her, and thereby securo a gener
ous share of tho Cressington estates.
Egad I that's a happy thought 1"
l!ut the handsome young jjentlcman
went to sleep and drc'auicct, instead of
Mabel's laughing eyes, of Irene's gen
tlo tender ones; and awoko some
where in the middle of tho night, un
able to get to 6locp for thinking of
And the after days were not much
better. Despite the golden value of
Mabel, there was something about
Irene Vance that made this headstrong
fellow very foolishly indillerent to tho
advice he had sworn to follow.
"Uecauso, by Jovo 1 a fellow would
have to be made out of granite to re
sist the sweet, shy ways of such a
littlo darling as Irene 1 And I'll mar
ry her if she'll have me, and tho mon
ey and the property may go to the
dogs 1 I've ft head and a pair of hands,
and blue-eyed Irene shall not sutler 1"
it was not an hour later that ho met
her in tho hall, carrying great boughs
of holly, with which to festoon, down
the walnut staircase.
"Give mo your burden, Irene," said
he. "Why did you not tell me you
were going to gather it, and lot mo go
with you? It is altogether too heavy
a burden lor your arms to bear."
lie managed to get the lovely sprays
from her arms, but it required an im
mense amount of tardy ell'ort on his
part, and shy, sweet blushing on hers.
"Answer "me, Irene. Why didn't
you let me go with you? Wouldn't
you have liked it?"
He demanded her answer in tho
most captivating, lordly way, and she
ilroppetl her eyes in great confusion.
"Then why were you so cruel to
"I am not cruel to anybody. Indeed
1 must go uow."
Walter placed himself squarely in
tho way, und was looking dowu at
her rosy-tinted face.
"No, vou can't go yet. Irene, you
arc cruel, or yui would never deprive
moot' tho opportunity to enjoy tho
blessedness ot your society."
His voice lowered tenderly, and ho
dropped his hand nearer her curls.
"You know I think it cruel in you
to bo so distant and reserved don't
Slio shrank away, her lovely form
drooping liko a lily, her cheeks hang
ing out tho biguals of distress und
"Oh, please don't talk so to me. In
deed 1 must go. Mabel is waiting
for tho holly, and she they won't
like it if"
But sho was a prisoner in his tight
"If they find you and me talking so
"Nol i mean if I don't take the
holly at once to Mabel."
Waller put his arms around her
waist before sho knew what ho was
"Irene, look up. You shall not go
until you let mo seo in your eyes if
you love me as well us 1 lovo you 1
Irene, my dear littlo girl, 1 do lovo
you very dearly 1"
fcho was silent for one second, and
ho saw tho quiver on her red lips.
Then sho raised her head slowly, shy-
"You lovoine? Oh, Walter, what
will they all say? Don't you know
that it is Mabel that you should say
that to? lain nobody, Waller, und
Mabel is an heiress."
Wulter had both arms around her
by this time, and was looking urd cul
ly in her glowing face.
'1 know Mabol is nn heiress, and u
nice littlo girl; and 1 also know you
uro a darling my darling and tho
only girl I ever asked to bo my wife,
or ever shall ask. Say yes, pet."
His tone was low und tender, but
"And you can deliberately give up
to much fur only just me?"
Her wondrous eyes met his bravely
now, and thrilled him with the lovo
light iu them.
"Only Just you, my own darling!
Why you arc all the world to me!
Come, we will go tell Undo Abiah at
once. J ust oho kiss first you must."
And ho had more than ono or two,
bftforo bo led her, blushing, with tears
trembling on her lashes, likcdiainouds
on a golden thread, to Undo Abiah,
who sat In his library with Mrs. Co
ra, industriously looking; over a re
ceipt book. They looked up in stir
riso as Walter marched In, Ircno on
his arm, a picture of confusion.
"If you please, Undo Abiah, I
want your blessing and cordial con
sent to rccelvo this littlo girl for your
niece. 1 lovo her and she loves me."
Uncle Abiah looked over his glasses
at Mrs. Cora.
"Well, sister, what shall we say to
this youth's demand?"
A broad smilo of perfect delight
was on her merry face.
"Say? Why tell them yes, and
welcome; and let them know their
Aunt Cora isn't a fool if their Undo
AValtcr looked astonished, and felt
Irene's hand tremble on his arm.
"What is it, dear?"
Sho smiled through her tears as sho
looked up into his inquiring eyes.
"Oh, Walter, I am afraid you will
be angry. 1 am Mabel utter all, and
"And you have made lovo to your
cousin, tho heiress, in spite of your
self my boy I So Ilillcrcst is ft fore
gone late, after all, eh?"
"Don't scold, Walter "Mabel plead
ed, in a low voice, with Lcr eyes look
ing into his.
"As if I could scold you my love !
Since I have you what need I care?"
And Mrs. Cora turned over the
leaves of tho receipt book until sho
came to tho "wedding cake, "alid avers
that sho made the match herself.
Home, Sweet Home.
When the poor wandering minstrel
that wrote "Home, sweet home" ram
bled about tho streets of London,
without a roof to cover him, an I
heard the sad voices of wretched bal-lad-singers
chanting "Home, sweet
home !" how his desolation must have
crushed his mind. The world was be
fore him, but no homo for him that
sang of a happy home. Verily, the
tender sensibilities of line minds are
often tried with a vengeance. Ho
who felt most keenly the charms of
home and domestic bliss could never
call them his own.
"Home, sweet home!" How little
do wo think of home when intoxicated
with tho gaieties of fashionable life ;
yet home is the haven of rest, where
tho weary spirit seeks repose, where
tho affections bloom and blossom. If
assailed with bodily or mentaUroublo
where can we turn for pure sympathy
but at home. You may have wealth,
and wealth without sympathy, but
not without admiration und envy.
Admiration will not make us happy
without love and sympathy; and
where will these be fount! in all their
depth and purity, but at home. Home
is the union ot till these social tics
that bind brothers and sisters, parents
and children, in one holy bond a
holy bond of mutual love and broth
erhood. A man of a loving heart, with good
moral resolution, and the genius of
moral discipline, can make home a
paradise indeed. Home is woman's
province; the sphere of her love and
duty; it is her kingdom; and how
grandly docs a Aviso woman rule her
empire. Her words arc words of
peace and love. She rules her house
hold with a moral inlluence that de
lights the heart of her husband.
Young men arc too apt to be takrn
with tho allurements of society 'r still
theso charms possess nothing so en
dearing as the sweets of domestic af
fection. These expand the heart with
tho truest sensations. What artificial
enjoyments cau coinparo to the greet
ing smile of a fund wife or tho prat
tling of pretty babes? There is no
charm of society so dear as that.
The "London Hair Color Restorer"
is the most delightful article every in
troduced to the American people and
totally different from nil other hair re
storers, being entirely free from all
impure ingredients that render many
other articles lor the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or fulling of the Imir
exist, or prematurely grayness, lrom
sickness or other causes,, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
scalp from nil impurities, (liiiwliiill'.etc,
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
fumed, rendering the hair soft
and plyable, making it an indis
pensable in every toilet,
Ask your druggist for London HairColoi
Restorer. Price 75 cents a bottle. (1)
Any ladies wishing to know ot the merits
of the Excelsior Kidney Pud, its action,
etc., arc referred to Mrs. Win. E. Melvck
nie, Photograph Parlors, Toledo, Ohio,
Magic in the Nineteenth (Vr.tuiy.
N. McRen, Wyebridge, Ontario, wiites:
"I have sold large iUnnlities of Dr.
Thomas' Kclectric Oil; it is used for cold.-,
sore throat, croup, etc., and. in fact, Inr
any all'ection of the throat it works liki
magic. It is a sure cure tor bums, wounds
and bruises. Sold bv Paul (i. Schuh.
Cut!(!ii. "lirown h I'.roncliiiil Troclicn
are used with advantage to alleviate coil).'!),
nore throat, hoarseness und bronchial nlF e
tioiiH. For thirty jeiira these Troches have
been in use, with annually iticteiisitifr favor,
They tiro not new and unttied, but, having
been tested by wide and connturit use lor
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank nimmjr tho lew
Htajile remedies of the nge,
Tub Throat. "Hrown'H llronehinl Tro
ches" net directly on the organs of the
voice. They have an extraordinary elfect
in all disorders of the throat and hirnyx, re
storing a healthy touts when relaxed, either
from cohl or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
HpeakcrH and singers find the Troches uso
A Coi'tiii, Com), Cataiikii of sort; throat
requires iinincdinte attention, us neglect of
tentimes results in Home inrtiniMo lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitation am oll'er
ed for sale, ninny of which ant injurious.
Thu genuine- "Brown's Bronchial troches"
are sold only in boxes.
Catiiautio or purgative pills do morn
harm than good, Curler's Liltle Liver
Pills do only good, but a large-1 mnt of
that. (July one pill a dose,
45 Years Before the 'Public,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
fire not recommend j1 as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but iu affections of
the Liver, and in all Ilflious Complaints Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
ACUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unrqualcd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box lias n red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, Mi LANK'S I.IVKK PILL.
Each wrapper hears the signatures of
C. McI.ane and Fuming Hitus.
P(if" Insist upon having tho genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVKR PILLS, prepared by
FLE.HIXH llltOS., Pittsburgh, Va.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name McLanc, spelled differently but
STOVES AND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS. SIZES AXD STYI.KS.
Manufacturer ot and IV:tr in
TIN, COlTElt & SHEET-1 HON W A IM
AM. KINDS OK ,10 WOilli HONK TO UlLDLIl.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
SHOE -MAX Eli.
Atheiicuni lluilding Commercial Av.
I'w'i only tliv very Ilett Imported Stock and em
ploy the mot compet' til workmen.
1)KICES HEASONAllI.K und satisfaction
jJOOTS AND SHOES.
All Sorts Styles and Si,e at
c. k o c h:s,
Manufacturer and dealer
In the fluent H ind Sewed and l'i pptd Hout and
Shoua of all tlio latent ttyi-H, from the best
St. Lolls and I'oston
Manufacturer, linn the hr-j'l and bent ccVctoil
nock to lie found In the city 1'.
Men's, Hoys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at the lowvlt piicil,'.r price. A!n hand
a Cwmpleto ctui k of hnthi rhnd Uiii)iu;h.
liuMicii. rt,-.. etc.
No. Ml Cnniliierriul Ave I . ('.ijiiiv HI
llet. Kil'lli and SlMhSli,. f I'lUIW.lII.
f To Nervoim Sllll'ei erx-'l he (iri'at Kui openn Kein
I edv- I r. .1. H. Miiipxiii's specific Medicine.
Dr. J If. Slinpcon'M S ecllle Mnlleliii' i a pus,
tlve cure for Spermatorrhea. Inipoti nry. Wnilnic'.
and all diHeane reMiltiiiK 'rein .SelMliiife ua Ner
vou- Dehllitv, Irritability. Mental Anx le- , l.imu'iior.
1.1! sr It udi', fleprep.iim el SilrllH and linn t mnai l
ratiu'enieiiti' of the Ncrvi.il" Syn in i-eiierallv I'ainr
in liuck or Side, Lnmof Veinorv, I'reninture U',
Alie anil cVeimrii
that lead to Con
fu tn pi I in IiipiuiI-
tv and an enrh
j.Tiivc, or both.
No matter bo
ymi'iii may be
from cxr-ei'i'c el
any kind, a mIioii
oourKi! of till" meiln un' ill ii:. ic li. e u cl Hue
tiiiiih and procure in'iiii and I'liepinc"' . w here b
fnre win ili'hpuiiileucy ami elm in 'Urn speelth
.Medicine la beii, ti-ed vUh wonderful nit
I'amiilih't m nt ficc to all. Write for tbeiu unit
t"'t full purl iciilin.
I'rli i', r-pi i ilic. J! .u per pin knee, or t'x pack
L'e fur 0". Will he ei,t !) mull 0n rcci ij.t l
nioiii y Adilrem nl! order.
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tiUAY'S MMCIHl' MH'K INK
TRADE M.TheireNl Y,.t : lAlK MAI! I
lle'lleily. Mil ll'C
fa.llii!'' cure fur
Sper in a I orrhot n,
Impute hey. nml all
dl'caM'H that fol
io w a a eniiKc.
iiiieme of hi'II
aliiKe: kh lie. ofyJ
lai-Hlluile. pain ''i the hack. l I in I f . TiVin
iicbp. ot vMnli, prcii'ieiirc old nt;c,rluu' B'iilg'
and m:iiiy nthi nliM iih'c tint bud to Inxtnlty oi
coiiMiiiipilon anil it premature nive.
hull hi i'i i . li I u r h in our piiinpblei, nlilchwedc
Mire to pciid tree by iniill to eveiy one. Tlu-npc
l IHc medicine l miUI bv nil ilniri'Kli' nt fl pet
pin kie.'c, mi I'm or while i cm tree by in-ill on
receipt ot Hie moiiM bv uiilrcfli; 'I II K iilA V
M Ellli'IN K I li., No :i .Michunlo I. !oi k. Detroit
Mich, Soul In I ulro by llmcluy lliu., Paul (i
Scliuli ami (ieo K li'llura
A i. H NTS
th 4 ""v Outfit liirtilicd Iree, with full In
V 1 I "triicliii for eniiiliictliiir the 111111
j I I Bpreiiit.rii' biOiliies ilmt any one cnti
f tl I enu'ia'e In 'I he I'liKlnc 1 o cio-v
11 I" lenrti. 10 d our Instruction nn n
lie Ic it 1 ' it pllilii, that 111 y 01 11 hin
make- ereut prolilx lioiu lie hIhii, No one can fall
who I w lllhiif lo wnilt. Wonii ti nre ii nni ce-iful
11 nu n llo iiihI L'lrln en 11 earn laritn um
.Mm y bavu niinle nt the IiiihIih 1 nu t our hundred
dollar le a Untie week. Nithhic,v lll.e It ever
k ti 1 1 w 1 1 before, All who 1 ni'int' ure mrprlnil nt the
cum' and Mlilillly v, llli w Mi It they are 11I1I1 to mull
lil' liey Vou cull cnenee In ih bllMi r ilnrltiL'
viuir apare time ai Kienl piollt Voiiilo no linvelo
f 11 vc-t capital III II W e lake all Hid rink Tlumt'
who need reaiiv moiiev. nhoulil v,tli to 11 lit once.
All furnl-hed free. Addrerot 'J Kt'K & I'O., All
A week In four own town, oiiilll fn-o, No
(l)llrlk. Hi inler, If ) nil wi.nt 11 basilica at
which perMiii ol'cllher n'X can make ureal
day all the time ttiev work, write for lmrtluilifi to
II. IIAI.I.i: I I' ft (U.l'nrllnnd.
N OTIC 10,
Caoui, Im.imiI", Ih'cntnhof, II), Ihsii.
The regular nniiiiiil meetliiKof Ihc stockholder
nf lhi Citv National Hunk of Cairo, lor the ptirpcr-c
if elcctll'L' eveu illrecliiin, will be held lit tint of.
rice of nil I bank, hi lhl idly, on Tuenlny. .laimary
II.IkmI Pull III I'll ill PI o clock a, in. nml ClllHC
at 1 1. cluck p, in. ot Kind day.
THUS. W. HALLWAY, (.'uatilcr.
MILL AND COM MISSION,
FLOUR. (LKAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Iliilliest Cash Prico Paid for Wheat.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iS&J STATES.
On and after Monday, .'nne 7th. and until Inrthtr
notice me ferryboat Kill make trip a follow:
I.KAVKfi I.KAVK LEAVE
Pot Fourth at. Miourl Land'g. Kentucky A.
H:Ht a. m.
1 :' a. ra.
a:0(i p. m.
R::) a. m.
2::ti) p. m.
i :'to p.m.
11 a. in.
t p m.
1 p. m
YOCUM & IJRODERIUK,
Washington Avenue, Cov.
CAIliO - - ILT.S
l.ltOCKltlKS, COOTS AN'DSlKiES
THE BOSTON STOKE
C. CUOSSOX, denier in
STAPLE and FANCY
Provi-dotis, (iri'cn, Dried uinl Cunued
Fruits, Oucens, i lass Wood
und Wil lu w ure.
Tlie Best Ilrand of Flour
a'. way on hand.
TO 1 i. C( .'OS.CIO A I S, i :t e
N. II - 1111. try rroi'.ure taken. All Older
Cor. :iii;rtoi! A?e andTinthSt.
CAIliO. : ILLINOIS.
xkw AiivKin isi:m i:ts.
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MlUAirlAN I'upet free,
wm viiin 'A,,!r.,K iANIi:LK I'.KA'ITY,
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heir of 1I1 ei'H'ii'il mlil'er-. 1 he rllnhte! dimibililv
Hoi ill Mid new ili'ilinrt'e-preeuri d. Ifln doiiht
in lo v. hft lo-r entlll' d lo anyllileir, aeml two :te.
tiiiup for our '' in-i Inr id li loiinaln n." Ad
lire"-, H III. ftrltlip. ST(li. ')' I (I . Solil'ilor
nfl l,urio ji ml patent, rouin H, St. Cloud HuiliiinR,
Wn-hlliL'liill li, ('.
l,nw"t prleo ever known
on iiift'i-ii . l.oiiilera,
Itllle. nml Itetolter.
OUR $15 SHOT-CUN
i ill LTciillv rndiwitil itrioi
y-vhi slump nf n'jr Ni-vv
Readings! Rccitattunsl Elocution
K RS lORGABBETI AGO,
70S Chestnut St., Plill..dolpWa.
Thin aiitnte-r I uniform with !!i Serl. onl i-nntiilm nn
Vttier llvamiKII il, lnll'l lli'i liimiillnn 111 i (ii nillnu",
ri 'ii'ilnln Hciiilini iit, Ornlnry, I'wllm', llumur, I' un,
IMdiin. rrii'ii,3'JctaniaiMl'iv. f il'lli' I Iiilli'r.
;,.r Imjr v Ihi ii'A I'll" . viTr tnniilnT nf n l.f rimm
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Banner of Liborty, "
Founded liy (. I. Iicelii'.
'.'Hill var nl piil'lh ntlori. The old .lefTe Konlnn
Deuioernlk Weekly, the Ham mm or I, Mikity,
rdiniild ho taken In utery llunii'ctinli' family In tlio
I U lull,
IT CONTAINS ALL THE NKWH,
Murket Iteporl. a ( liolrn Helerllmi of It.mdltiK
Mutter and S mill Demorratln I iili'll lioncu.
Only 81 .00 Por "Vour.
CotiV fr'en In pernn elidleL' rllili f ten.
At I hlN'I'H WAN rit;l)ln every toiiu
ly, rletid for i'liide 'oiy Ireo. Addr'.
JIANNKUOt'LimillTY, Klluiivlllu, N. Y.
5n am UFb
gICK HEADACHE !
We Moan Cured, 'ot Merely Reli. veu
And Can l'rovy What wu Claim.
try-There, ar.i no failure and no disappoint
ineiitM. If yon Hro troilhled tTlK J1 B A 1 -
ACIIK you ean hn uanlly and i 1 oVkly curedTM
liuinlreiln havehei li ttlreaily7hallli7piTI75
to mail 11 wheel of teiUlmoiiiaN to any Inii'r." .t..d.
(Sartor's Little Liver J'ills
AIo cure all rornnmr Illnoin-ne, prevent ( onatl
palloii and Dyspcimia, proinoli' IMciMion, relievo
diftre from too hearty entint', correct DlMirdr
o tlm Stomach, stimulate the 1.1 v r. and H.-7iiai
the Howel. They do all thin hv liikinir Jun one
little pill at a (lo.e. They are. purely vegetable, do
not tripe or puri;e. and are a- nearly perfect aa
it I po.Kible for a pill to bu. Price jr, eel t, S for
$1. Sold by ilnitfL'Ul- evervwherc or sent by mail
caLtek ii-:ijit iNk co.. hidK. pa
To tnakfl a tiart 'f ineilli lne jruariii tecil iu i'ure
Hiiniur of the ISlood. l m-k a. 1.i.t 'J' rouble.
Kidney Weaknci-. or tieio-ral Debility, n ui bv
mail, port paid, tor '.., or .', packa. lor gl Ad
J.ALONZncltEF.NE. Indian Docior.
rl'i I'iue SI , M. I.eu. Mo.
I' 7 7 7 A A " B,"l expelin.' tO
nil! -' ''" Ontrlt fne Ad.ir.', I'.
O. VICKUU-. Aii;-n.ta. Sl.dne
pruce !!., N. V.
1 ml fur our '
(ill). P. Ib.w,
el l.i-l ot Lo
ll A Co.. lo
NEW AlJVEhTISEM l.VJ S
' ANTED. -V.iinufaiiuiiiii! roi.ceru want a
I T litiiiiiR nan In Cairo, uu t Iium rt cin not al
readvtaki'ii A lew hundred dolinr 'nenY-ery to
pay for 1; ,od on delivery f er urdi r have been
eerurcd for the ame, l.o per monih profl'
L-uarnlit'-ed. The ment naichmg Idm-. ligation
collclled A. S AKNt'I.Ilik CO. cot Lcr rirt
Street aud IlroniUay, llroi klvn, y.
J.ESTEY8.C! BBA.mr.BCRO VI
twrfwt!T r".rt.. rrononnr, I th rii m ih h.fh-
bvi4 bj Uuvu. W H SCHIEFFtLIN A CO H T
njr fVini-i RtOorHI
DR. KLINE SGREAT
'rau l!al A .Nrava ln,i.i. 01. ... jnrt
IiPii i.istn if Ukn u Ulrtrip,!, A' A.'j af:rr
'i'ii uny tui. irtaiiw arm ti inai lHu,i'lr. K
it iiiptiu,thpv iy,ri4i-xpri-iia-,'p. riej nani'C
P. (I. ti. 1 viprr.t a. rr.t lo lia. Kt.lSK, l
Aab it. I'Li.aUi. vl..i, I'i. MlfTiniitUarujjuu.
Wlihont m"l'-lne. AI.l.A!f"3 FOt.tTtT.K MKni.
( AT El) Hoi ul lia. i'aitnled Ui.tonr pi, '.i
No. 1 will cure any eve In f.n di. nr !..
No. will circ the ui.mI utiftliiati! l-a,:, :i. iu.;irr
Of tiow I'inif L.uudi'i.
Sumwiui l iri of f nlieM, fop iin or ml of
Qii,wiKjd, tliat arn certain t-i nr elui il)t i
tf di-nroyinv tlm roauiif of llio i,in:,,iH. Sj
yrlnea or amriiofrr.t imetiiout W pruuc uUitr
1, rlnucof ijilicail'Ui".
I'riee f, M. mm ) PT ALL I'lirtiGIsT, or
mailed " receipt of price.
Forf her narle ulura cnd fnr clrrnlar.
. V. tl. It X 1S.-U, J I'. ALLAN CO., M tiiitin.MTdt,
Hem l urk.
Wol!vr $jflO rewtrd f ,r ny cd : they wUl not
4-i!ct,nfc tnJ tare cure.
' Opl,ilvtlil k, n l-1.
tlllliK Frti- b'l tf I.,
may prevp tlie iteiipnu(-itiin lo a lite cf mc
til. e.n i.llv ml lllleii lo llloi'll'l III''
the foul ol I tie lull. A'Mnul
lirciuwuli Street, New ora.
THE FAMILY" HAND BOOK !
nil, K:.i ll'i.S AMI Mi'lS H'tl illK M il.filXi
lii liilwii'' !. t. I umci. '.f!,t,i.-, IIti l..i l,. !' ' .iiU,
Slu., i.o, er tli. s.ck, i,i,i:it ,i-.l, ln.',!p,l. o u-.i.-. r-..
4,.,'.t. S;r.ni.n C i. It. U J-1XJ9
Ul Nsinih ho.rl, llr :vn.
0Mei-l lCnltdny l.rfhlon.
t VJiWitff KI.J-ll i:u 'I' a. diit
jzur i t ooioi i..
1 U d, Nt! m u rrem-
-57"j.. 7 IUIill-U!IIKT.ii r-Ii
PWl'-jJLciB pr. Frote'i HEALTH
.wTiw'wMw.jif'uiijTHLy. nt ft tvr
Hill Iut. Co., L.H tial iftitU Strtt t, N. V. t ity. ,
i'oiUitc VU bout il C':Ut i riistiied n....;,
Imid CIkki's liii lam nf Shark's oil
1'onltlvelv i:i-totelhe llenrlnir. (null the nly
AliKolllti) t:ure lor lienflie hnoivti.
ThUO'l laextrncled Irotn n peeiittar rlu ' ie f
mniill White Shark, cnuirht in the trllov. Sea,
knortii a cnrclnirodiiti l.'oiidelctll . hveryi I liiepe
tlHheriuiiu kiin it. It virtue n a r'lor.itiv or
heuritm ere dlM'overcd bv a HudilbiHt Pilei-t aboiit
the year lll'i. It cure- were n nniin'roui anil
maiiv o Hcemlni'lv mlra. ulom'. that lite remedy
wa iillli lallv proclaimed over the ciitliu Kluplte.
It ni becn'nieo uitver-al that for ever !ii ear
niulC'ifcliCH hn exlntrd limuli the( hll:i-e peo
ple. Sent, charge prepaid, to any addr. kh nt JI per
Onlv lnipoilr.il by IIAYLOCK ,V CO ,
Hilt, K AUR.NTN l(lll AHKHICA. Ib-V SI., New oik.
It virtue are eminent billable and It curative,
character aliolute, a the writer can ptoMiuully
tetlfv. both fri in experience and oberirilloii .
Annum tlm iniinv reader of the I evliwtn ono
part and an ther of the country. It I probable that
number nr" nllliclcd wlt'i tlculne''. and to noli U
tuny lie hi id: " Write at onee to Ha) lock A-Co., .
D' y Slre't. Nfw York. enclo.nc l, and you will
receive by return a renuily that tlll eiiatile yi)i to
hear llke'anvborly ele, unit who curative ttleeta
will be pcru'iBiicnt Vou will never reurel 'lolni?
o."-l'dltor of New Yirk Motcantlio Kcvlew,
Sept, amh, 1HHI.
jl OtttfltnentfrcM) to llioo who with to on
I ) L jtbkii In tlio mutt pleutant and profitable
V: rhiilnet known. Kvcrvlhlni. new.
m P Icapitalnot reqiilieil. We will furtilsti
f J overvthli'if. ina day suit upward 1 yot
tl entity niailn without ttaylng away from
nnmn ovur nlu'hl. No rlk whatnvur. Many tiow
worker wnn led at iiih'O, Many ru maklnir fort
tine at thu biiHliiet. Ladle inako nt tnucU M
....... , ,iiii, tint a nml vlrlft niiiku Lrreal IiBV. riO
one who la wllllniMo work fall to mako mora
tnntiey every day llian ran to minie in a wceit ni any i
other einploymeiit, Thn who t)ne,ui;i at Otieo
.1, i ..I. a, ...... J t.k I ti ti.a AAA tmm I J
Will linn it nun t . " "
J. ALLICTT ca,Vortland
wi i n f nir run" n " 41 uu vn