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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNINU, APRIL 10, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morning Daily lnSonthera Illinois
Ofli.': Bullftln BaildlnK, Wmhlncton Avnne
HIE FIRST ABEARANCE.
It rnll.v wus "nuilo too Awfully vex
inp." ttf to r nil her preparation wv.w
niul that now, nearly ftl Uio Inst
iimtnont, Mich a coiitiftrmps hIioiiIiI oc
cur, mid tho morn nho thought of it tint
more was Mr. Stewart Alli'iiby iu des
pair. And with pood ipa-ton, for sho had
issued cards for a morning concert a
"mat hive iHiisii-iitr," as she. called it on
the invitations; the lirst slm had ever
given since she moved to the great
house in one of the most fashionahh)
roads in South Kensington, and sho
particularly de'uvd that it should be a
success and now Signoru Ili'lcoio had
fone, mid fallen sick at the eleventh
Smur, and the programme would he too
short unless some one could l found
to sing the cavalina from "f.iwt't di
( 'tin luiti'iii.t:.1'
'Tut in a comic song instead," sug
gested Mr. Allenby, whoso la-ste wus
mt educated up to concert pitch.
"A comic song indeed!" echoed his
wife with a scornful laugh, "(ieorge,
you aro a fool'.-'
Hut as Mr. Allenby had heard this
blunt statement a good many limes be
fore, he was not at all discomposed by
Do as you please, then, my dear,"
saitl he, with a shrug of the shoulders.
Tou'ro in charge of the musical part
of tho business, anil I'm doing the com
missary department.. All that I know
is that the wines ami tic f'oic iivs
will bo alliiglit."
It's too bad!" sighed tho lady, look
ing scornfully after the plump, retreat
ing form of her husband. "Audi hail
so set my heart on the thing's being a.
success. I declare, I could shako that
hateful singer creature! There's one
comfort she,' 11 miss my thirty guinea
cheque! And she declares, with that
set, stolid face of hers, that she don't
know a soul to till the void! Oh, dear!
oh, dear! life is a dreadful failure, after
And Mrs. Stewart Allenby, in pale
pink foulard morning dress, with pink
ribbons in her llutly brown hair, and
jewelled hands clasped hopelessly to
gether, a the very picturo of despair.
At that moment the door opened soft
ly. Mrs. Allenby started up.
"Williams," cried she to the foot
man. 'Tin not at home! Didn't I tell
you I could see nobtuly this morning?"
"i'es, madam," the footman answer
ed, coughing behind his band; "but it
isn't company, madam- it's the viitiug
"Oh!" Mrs. Allenby was visibly re
lieved. "Come in, Miss Aditon. Wil
liams, call Miss Constance at ont o to
Margaret Ahton came ijuietly m, a
little, gray-dressed creature, like a nun,
with soft hazel eyes, a complexion as
pule, as ivory, ami mended glove upon
her small hands.
"You are not well, Mrs. Allenby. I
am afraid?" she said, gently, as sho
"I am well enough!" said Mrs. Stew
art Allenby, petulantly "only I'm in
And she related her troubles to the
governess. She would have told them
to therfootman or the charwoman, if no
one elc had been there. '
"You don't know of anyone who
could sing that cavalina forme, do you,
Mks Asliton?" she said, in oonclusion.
"Perhaps- I could," said Margaret.
Mrs. Allenby stared as if the visiting
governess had stated that sho could
construct a sentence in Sanscrit.
"1 could sing a little one," paid Mar
garni; "ami that eavatina was once of
my favorite pieces."
Mrs. Allenby started to her feet, and
caught both the shabbily-gloved little
hands in hers.
"You darling!" she cried. "If only
you could be'.) inn out of this dilemma,
I'll be grateful to you all my lifelong."
Little Constance lost her music les
Bons that morning. Kvery hour was
taken up by her mother and Miss Ash
ton in practising on the air from ",
dn di ( 'ha inutility.''
Margaret went back to the humble
little suburban cottage where she rented
three rooms - a cottage where she sup
ported a fretful valetudinarian mother,
and a pretty, widowed m.Mit, whose life
bad been a failure all the way through.
"Charlotte," she said, to the latter,
"I'm going to sing at a concert next
"Yon!" echoed the widow.
fail, for a certainty."
"I can but try," suit
a fluttering sigh.
"Your voice is well enough," said
the sister, disparagingly; "but it has no
volume. And you never will have tho
confidence to sing before an audience."
The tears came into Margaret's eyes.
"I must do something Charlotte,"
said she. "We cannot live on iw wo
aro living now. We are fh debt every
where; and since the doctor lias pre
scribed wine for mamma I haven't
known where to look for tho money to
buy it with."
"Perhaps I shall gel something to do
soon," said ( 'harlotte.
"lint, in the meantime?" said Mar
garet, with a sorrowful uplifting of her
She wits a magnanimous little thing
this hard-worked, pale-faced visiting
governess, or she would have reminded
W elder sister that sitting all day with
em l-piipcred locks ami dogs' -cared nov
els was no wuy to obtain a lucrative
MUiaUon of utiy sort.
"U' very lmr, ,m me," sail Mrs.
in her lap ami a bunch t graoes ()n a
china plate be,-,,!, ,,,,, .ft
had been like, anyouo eta, Mw would
have luado a brilliant match long .,,,,
Margaret did not remind her mother
how she had discarded Huttil Hepburn
long ago, because he was not hulHeh'nt,.
ly aristocratic and wealthy to suit MiS.
Ashton'a lofty ideas and how Mr. Hep
burn had since become a rich man, and
a man of mark.
If he knew how very jioorwe are,"
imld Margaret to herself, with a sigh,
'I think lie would be corn'. Hut I
could not tell him; and now that he has
gone to travel in Kgypt, and up the
Nile, it lb n't likely I shall ever see him
Huthere, In Mrs. Stewart AU'-nby's
grand nKitimc rininicnir, was the pro
mise of a brighter future.
Margaret wns 'l,nl ''''''tain that sho
slioultf succeed, notwithstanding the tie
piecatory remarks of her mother and
the croaking of her sister.
Yon haven't more voice than a spar
row." saitl Mrs. Aht"ii.
You have never cultivated what
little you have," saitl Mis. Charlotte;
"ami the idea of your standing up to
sing among these professional vocalists
i.s simply preposterous!"
liut Margaret stood valiantly to her
colors, and when the eventful night ar
rived, she stood there on the velvet
covered platform, in her well-worn
black silk, softened by bunches of pale
pink rosebuds, and a drapery of misty
olaek lace, a spray of rosebuds in her
hair, ami an intent look in her soft
"Now don't fail," Mrs. Allenby had
whispered, as the inrtiti'is of crimson
velvet were lifted for her to pass out
upon the mimic, stage,
"No," she answered, tpiictly, "I
shall not fail."
Hut. for an iustant, as she faced the
brilliant audience, the Uutter of fans,
the Hash of diamonds, the glitter of the
foot-lights seemed to blind and dazzle
her; a sutl'oeating sen-ation arose into
"I am going to fail." she thought,
ami the recollection of Charlotte's dis
mal prophesies occurred to her her
mother's prognostications of evil, her
own tormenting doubts.
Sho clasped the roll of music tighter
in her hands, ami set her small white
"I will mi fail!" she said to herself,
am! advancing boldly into tho little
arena, she laced the circle of intent eyes,
ami began to sing.
Sweet ami clear, like the lbpiid notes
of n lark, her voice soared up, until,
forgetting her own identity in that of
Donizetti's Swiss heroine, .she became
almost inspired; and at the close, a per
fect shower of loneii' ts rained down
upon the stage at her feet -an ovation
of voices ran up again and again in
deafening applause, liut Margaret was
ct'iiscii us only of one thing- she had
Allenbv welcomed her t aptur-
ouly to the pretty little green-ro'Uii.
"My dear MNs Ashloii," she t ried,
"you are a genius a second Jenny
Li ml! Who was to Miii'mv! that yell
had .such a divine voice? You are the
star of ii y little concert -tin' juiioa
doiina of the cveiiin:;! No, don't lake
your bonnet," as Margaret mechani
cally stretched out her hand for it.
"You must come into the dnnwug
ro'iin. They are all wild to know you."
"liul I cannot," pleatl tl poor Mar
garet, with a downward g'ance at her
dress. "I am not prepared."
"Yfii :"' perfect.'' said Mrs. Stewart
Allenby, with winning despotism. "1!
sides. 'one of my gue-ts says ou are
an oi l iicijUainlaiice of hi.-' - Mr. Hep
burn, w ho has just returned from Pal
estine and the Holy Land."
So Margaret was'h d into the midst ol
the glittering throng, ami introduced
here and there, until, like one iiuviiir'
in a dream, she found herself leaning
on l'.itsil Hepburn's arm.
lie was but little changed after all
Then; was the same brusque manner,
half jest, half earnest that she it'iin'in
bcred so well.
"So you are a great sinjjor," lie said
"I never sang in public before in al
"You will "he prouder ami innrr
haughty than ever. '
"i never was humbler in all juyjife.'"
"Margaret,'' he Uttered, sot'tlv.
"Well. Mr. Hepburn?"
"Mr. Hepburn! That sounds cold
Suppose you say, as you u -fit to say
Put things arn not as thev used It
be," saitl poor Margaret, her heart be
ginning to beat unevenly in lit r iireast
Clin iney not uo so again, near tunc
Margaret?" ho whispered, bending his
tall head to the level of the cluster ol
rosebuds in her hair. "Can wc not go
back to the initial chapter of our lives,
ami begin it all over again? I am a
rich nntn, now, but all my money can
not buy me any treasure half so sweet
ami priceless as your love. Dearest
Margaret, tell me that you, toe, have
not entirely forgotten the past."
And Miss Ashton went homo from
Mrs. Stewart Allenby' s hmfiiid must',
vtile an engaged young lady.
"I didn't fail, after all," she said
radiantly. "Ami 1 had half a dozen
applications to sing again at private
concerts, and Mrs. Allenby's money
will just buy my wedding dress."
So the current of true love was run
ning .smoothly again, after all.
New and Stain Bread.
The nature of the ditlereiiee between
new and slide broad is far from being
known. It Is only lately that the cole
braled French chemist, llii.ssingault,
instituted an enquiry into it, from
which it results that the tl U'ernice is
Hot the cousfuuclicc of tlessicalion, bill
solely of the cooling of the bread. If
we lake fresh bread into the cellar, or
in any place where il can not dry, the
inner part of the loaf, il is true, is
found to bo crumbly, but, tho crusl Is
no longer brittle. If stale bread is
taken into the oven again, il again as
sumes all the qualities of frcsii-hakcd
bread, although in the hot oven il
must undoubtedly have lost part of its
moisture. M. Imssingault has made a
fresh loaf of bread the subject of minute
investigation, urn! tho results are any
thing but uninteresting. New bread,
in its smallest parts, is so soft, clammy,
flexible ami glutinous (in coii"epieiicii
of the starch during the process of fer
menting ami baking being changed
into mucilaginous dextrine), that by
mastication it is with greater dillieulty
separated and reduced to smaller parts,
aifH is less under the iiilluciit'o of tho
saliva and digestive juices. It const;-
tpienlly forms itself into hard balls by
careless and hasty mastication and deg
lutition, becomes coated over by saliva
ami slime, ami in this stale enters tin)
Moniacli. The gastric juice being un
able to penetrate such hard masses,
ami being scarcely able even to act
npim tho Mil-turn of ihein, they frc
pieiitly reinnln n 1 1, htniacb unehang
"d. and, liko foreign bodies, IrrilaH
ami Incoimnodo, it, inducing every spe
cie of sniveling--.oppression of tbu
slomach, pllin llm u,,Ht
circulation ,f tm,M ,( ,. ,,,, U1,
pain ii the heail.irrilatit.iu.f the brain,
ami inllamiiiation, lipophilic attacks,
cramp ami delirium.
"When we ant asked to recommend
something to nourish and strengthen
the blood we always any tnke Malt Hit
ters. "Ilest blond purifier we know of."
"Hapidly displacing nil other bitters."
"For weakness, nervousness and the ef
fects t dissipation nothing like "Malt Hit
ters." "Women mid children take them freely."
Secretary and Mr. Wiudom have
three children a son who is in New
Hampshire preparing for college; a
daughter, Helen Windoni, who is in
teens, ami another daughter, u cliib
Having Some Fun.
Tho Lexington (Ky.) 7 ntnxrynit
publishes the following on tho authori
ty of l!cv. John Shacklcford, of Lexing
ton, an intimate friend of (ion, (Irani:
A gentleman from this county recently
met (irant, when a conversation natur
ally ensued about Kentucky politics,
(irant asked the Kcntuekian limv the
race for senator was going in tin; Ash
land district, ami added that ho was for
Williams because they had been old
chums in the Mexican war. (irant then
told this story as illustrative of the in
timacy between him and (ion. Williams:
lb; sa'nl that when he and Williams
w ere in Mexico they were on one occa
sion, after the surrender of the city, on
a frolic, and that Williams had a lino
thoroughbred Kentucky mare ami he
((irant) an Indian pony, which they
were running at full speed down tho
streets of the city; thai Williams nat
urally outran him, and thai in running
down the streets he met a Mexican who
had a polo across his .shoulder with a
jug hung on each end of it, in the com
mon style of carrying water in that
country"; that Williams ran against the
jug ami knocked the man down with
great violence, (irant said that he
looked back ami noticed that a crowd
gathered around tho fallen man, ami
rode back to see what was the matter,
when he found that the man was dead.
(Irant adds that he had never told Wil
liams anything about it, because ho
knew that would make him feel uncom
fortable, and he believed he did not in
tent to kill him. but we suppose Jio
would admit that (ien. Williams took
the chances on doing so that ho might
have a li.tlc innocent fun.
"My i.ikk," said a grateful lady, "had
been one of intense suffering and misery
until cured of a disfiguring serut'ulous
humor by the Cuticura licuiedics." Ask
y our Dtuggists about them if troubled with
itching and scaly humors.
J.uou L-uxkman, 274 Clintmi street,
I hi Halo. N. Y., says has been using Dr.
Thomas' Kkctrie Oil tor libcuinat'.Mii : he
had such a lame back he could not do any
thing, but one bottle bus, to Use his own
expression, "cured him up." He thinks it
the best thing in the nisiket. Paul (.
JlidTieis! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Arc you distuibed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with th" oxciuciitting pain of cutting
teeth; If so, go at once ami get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depci,.i upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief anil
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sale to use iu all cases, ami
ileasant to the tnste, and is the prescnp
tion of one of the oldest ami best female
physicians ami nurses in the United States.
Sold ceiy where '.'' cents a bottle.
A Hlne Iiihhoii Convert.
Tiie. man was old he smelt of rum,
He'tl been on a pretty considerable
Iu in ;
His eyes they ran, his body shook,
He looked like a resurrected spook ;
A friend ht! though; to refoim him
So a bottle ot Spring lllossom at once did
It did the work ami his fi idols he'll tell,
Never whiskey more will he taste or smell.
Prices: $1, "H cents and trial bottles Id cts.
C.Nti.u. No knife. 'o Puin. No
Sickness. No Fearful Treatments. Treat
ment is free, (in or send to Dr. Kline, Mill
Arch St., Pliiladn, Pa.
Tne Pfopah (.'tipiili.
The correct thing to do when one has a
cough or an attack of rheumatism, is to use
Dr. Thomas' F.lcetrio Oil, or if one has n
valuable horse Hlllictcd with some of the
diseases or hurts to which horseflesh is heir,
use the same reliable menus of cure. Paul
(i. Schuh, agent.
Stop That Cough.
If you arc suffering with u cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection ol the throat or luns, use Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction In every
instance, We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure cure for ihroiit
iind lung iill'cctiotis, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call ami u'ct a trial
bottle free of cost, or a regular size for 1.
For sale bv George K. O'Haru, Druggist,
Cairo, III.' CI)
An old Darkey Haptist Minister Used to
lay particular stress on tho fact, that the
Testament whilst alluding to John tuu
Haptist, never speaks of John Till; Meth
odist, or John this Presbyterian, or John
Tilt: Episcopalian. It's a wonder he didn't
say it was a pity Spring HIoshoiii was not
known In tho time of lob, for it's a certain
cure for Hoik Prices: $1, 50 cents and
trial bottles 10 cents.
Fou the delicate ami complicated difll
cullies peculiar to the female constitution,
Lyd'm A. Pinkhiun's Vegetable Compound
is the sovereign remedy. It aims at tho
cause, mid produces lusting results, Bond
to Lydln K. Plnkham, 2:i!l Western nventie,
Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Keuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears,tand all other Pains
Nn Prfpiiratlmi on eiirth rqunts St. jAr-oH On. at
a tn'i; nurf, niut um thnip Kxtenml KflUfly.
A IritU I'Mtttils hut (ht! cuinxinttivi)ly trilling nutluy
of SO Cent, anil I'Very nne Millrrinir Willi I'ttia
en ii have I'liriip Hint ni:ivf )inx'l of iu clttims.
lilret'tiiniH In Eleven JjiiiirtiRUOS.
SOLD BY ALL DEUOOISTS AND DEALERS IN
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llattimore Md V. B.
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GET THE BEST !
LEAP ALL OTHERS !
Every Style & Price.
tap:o75ao'-t3 ani Conveniences founi in
For Sal In Every City and Town
In the United State.
ami hy A. HALLKY. Cairo, 111.
Ill.NJ. I' (i HAITI IN, S'lllKV B. LaMI)
II.W.IIKIIT E. I'AINE.
l.Ble I'winmlf dinner of J "ti-ti t
P A I E N T S
I'AINK, (iUAFTON ii LA I) I),
Allnriii'VH ui I.itw aiiit SiiUclliiiH of A tin rli MH suit
4 IK FIKTII STIlKKT, WASHINGTON, D. C.
I'rurt imti'iit tiiw In nil It limnttii's in the
I'lileiit UHliv, mill In ilia f niirrme hihI I'iraiH
l'imrt ui the I 'nitetl Sliiicn. f 'miiptilt-t in-lit free
mi receipt til kIhini fur pt)Hlii;'u,
UbtHlneil Inr new InveiitliiiiK, nr fur Improvement!
nn iilil mux; Inr int-tl'.tiil or nllier cum pound, tratlu
ninrkn mid lulieln. 1'iiveitln, AfPlpiiiiii-utK, Inter
fnrtiiiii'K, Appi'Hltt. Sulin fur Iiifrinui'ineiilH, nnd
ll rniei HrlHliiu under Hie I'litenl I.huk, prompt
ly Htti'lldi-d In. - I nvenl IiiIik Hull Imve lieeli
t I .U er V tiy tin! I'litenl Offltu nmvHtlll,
IVIIJjvJ lil'lii mi)l oiinex, lie initenietl tiy
ill". Ili'ltit' fippiiPlli) tint I,'. S. I'lileiit leinrtnielit,
nd eni'iiu'ed III I'uli'lil luu'tln ei' exrlucively, wn ran
miikii dniier n-iireheii, mill Hi-cure I'lile'ntK more
promptly, mid with !rnml"r dulum, limn tlmie. w'm
nn- reinoii' frinn WiiMiinutnii,
I M V VXTi If ",0ll,!l "r Hk"tch '
A" T UI' I ' Hi i your tlevlre; wti make ex-
mnliintltiliK nnd ntlvlfi-hh to luileiiliilillily, fnm nl
rlmrmt. All t'orreKpniiilunt'ii Hlrlt'tly conllileritliil.
I'ricen low, mid no t hnre unlei-H J'ntuiil In Hee.tirud.
Wo refer In SViinMni'tnii, to lion I'oHtnmntttr
Ot-nitriil I). M. Ker, Kev. V, I). Power Tito German
Amitrtrnn N minimi llmik, In oIUcIhIk In the U . 8.
I'dtttiil Olttre. mitl to Heimliirn nnil Kepreneiiliitlvtm
In C"imri'i'i'; iinil enpedniiv tonnr cllunlH In oyurr
HtBte In the I'lilon nnd In ( iiniiiln. Addrutf
C. A. KNOW & CO.,
Olijionltrl'ut lit Offlcn, WHuhlnifttm 1). C
Yntiroi-ivtiti by miiklnjr moll-
when n golden cloture. I
"in mi, inereoy Hiivnyi
Keeping poverty from yniir
tlnor. 'I'htlHlt Willi lllWHVII
uiKe mivnntni.'tt of tlio L'onil
rluini'i'iiftir ninklnumnney Unit nrenirered, cenernl
ly hiicnlnti wi'Hl thy, while :thoxt who ilo not tin
prtiTo mifli idinnee ri'iiiitln In pnverly, Wh wimt
inHiiy men. women, titiyn mnl itlrln in , work fur in
rlKhtlillhelr own Innillilei., The himliieHN will
t my moro tluiti ten (mien urilliinry wiiL'en. Wti
fiirnlHli mi expeiiM-nclve mum mnl nil Hint ynil
inn-it Iri-ii, Nt'onti who eiitrneit rutin to nutktt
imiliey ralildly. Von run devote your wholu limit
lo tlm work, or only your vpnre inonientn. Full
lliftirniittlnii Mud nil Ifuil In iiecdei! tn-nt fit-it. Ail
ilrt-PK HT1NHON A Ol., I'nrtlimil, Mnliif.
BTOVKH ANU TIN WAKE.
gTOVES I STOVES!!
ALL SORTS, NIZKS ANIl STYLES,
Miinulacturtr ot mul Di-ult r in
TIN, COITEU & 8UKET-IIWN WAHE
AM. KINDS OF .1011 WOKK PoNK TU OltDKH.
NO. 7 EIGHTH ST BEET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
(JOUJIT IIOUSK 15AKKUV.
.10 UN RKF.S, rroiu i.'tor;
ADOLl'II unil ADAM BEES, Jlmui-rs.
I'.ukeiw of mul ileulerH In all klmlHiit'
lircad, Calces, Jics. VAv.
l:0S'iiN IJUOWN ItliKAD A SfKI 1AI.TY
Ilnlieiy on Twenlieih ntn.et, upponlie Court
An I contempluti! Inking t trip to Kurupe uml
liavi- L'iveii in v liiiKineoH III i hnru-u of lilt nolm. I
would reiipet tlHiiy in-U nil pi rnonH hnldliii; chiidh
HKnln-1 no- to preM-nl thi'in Inr iitljiinliiifiit Inline
tliitlely No JIiIIp will ) pnid ulier Mv lMh.
Double Done Corset.
inmle W illi Two Uow b of Uoiii-k.
plnced one upon tin- ollu-r, on cue It
-icU-. L-lvinuii ilnnhle c;r iil-iIi nnd
.liiftiiily. uml will positive.) not
hreak down on lilt- nldex.
eiit liv 1 1 i rt . on ri-i-Kiitt tif il 'JS
FIELD, l-KITKI! A; CO., (.'Iiii niio, 111.
Sl'I.K.SDIIK llillltl-lnrl.euerill Store lil'SlNFH.
(.Ulier Int-rertf reiiiirini; niv Kili nlion. I nfr-r t
ii lliircnin n in n II mm k of llnrdw n'e, .. with
I.hii-trtu Htory m'ir,,-liiiui.r. with i!t-jtpn!it dwell
nit- nhnvi-: ali-n. my 11 romn dweMinu' on niljolnm
I) n k. w II h rloelf nnd ioii ln- : uli-n. woo. I. Ire.
Monk'-, tellur. mnl nll.rr nul hoii-rr ; on niiitli'
rrniiml-. well et lili fruit., nnd nil in A I ordi r
i 'oiild liiku iii!i- Wi-mi-iii I'l'nl in tin- trnili-: or. if
lireliried, w ill n-nt lor it term, mlject to Mill-. u
iii: r ui'-r tin- rt'fu'iil. Fur pnrlleuUr" iilri H un-
letfi 'ie il nt Ni-w I'.ililin, I I.
.1. 1) It ATT V.
The Manny Bauer Mf'g Co.
Unit, Coi-ik'g lfft(rinr la
am1 of larlv lmbrr tad
'ftrly Orne Savar Cane,
wwruitM trmh ftod pr, 14
pl&ut a .iti, b? mjl, tl: Urnr qu&fiuua. bi frrtihl or
X-rwi, rh. N-w b-t. fully 4wr1bin Tirwlt,
tret, by mil.
llOl.lt MN ,.f e.M.,1
fl'.tiiv hrtnil'. Mum Irnvi I
-tiort di'iniin in (tmn in whlil, in- pi''' .
Apply, w. in r-1' M.H -. in liKNIt.El: lll'.OTII
Kl. Jll Itrun.lunv, Nrw Vnrk
'illllr Mull Li-"'" Ti lifnii hy! Kitrn
l'Mlll, .mil (, (,!, H month. Ormluntt-n
u'lmruiili-i-d p'ltil.i.' olhif" AddrefK Vuleliliue
ilr.'H.. Jitnv liie, Win.
A V K A H and expi-iifi-c tn
u"ii!.. titilllt tre Aildre. -O.
VICKIJlk. Autumn. Wnii.t
1 n yt-nr In H.-i-iilK. mitl t-jpcn".- St. (mii't
lr-e. A'Mp-e F. .-Swain ,v Co., Autumn, Mi-
I'l ULIC NOTICE.
t iri-n r. or Tiik Citv i i kv.h. i
C.miio. Ii.i.r.. Ai'nii. Iiih. l-il. t
WIm-p iih. (In-( iiiiiinltlee nppoiiiti d iiiidcr nrdi
iisnee Nn. I', itpprnveii .May I lilt Infix mul r
port to l l.e ei v i in, in 1 1 the' prii ! lit w hii I) I hi' lull
Ittid oil In piTlinn-of hf.irip of u'roiind l"i ff-l
wide, know n it' mi I mad 'rii. In ''in ln-t w. n :-oi.r
teelilli ft r. .-I nnd SI. ( hitrli'H flri-' l. hnii'd Imk.iH.
iliil repor In tin- city i tiriii il nt it" retnlHr tin wmii!
Muri h Mh. t w tilt h lepnrl h Kpprnn il liv ih.
rity roiinril ui i. ri nulitr in.-i-l 1 1 April Mh.'l'i-I '.
ItxiiiK tin- prki on mid lnl rolltnt h:
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I'lilillc iitillinlHlii-riiiiy riven In tlm owner or
ownern nf Ihti liroiinrty nlml tlntf n m'1'1 ,''! i".!1 ,vt!
niiilitloneiltliiil Ihey have Hie rliiht Hiwl prlvlli'so
fnrmxty cttivs from llieilnti) liMrt'orui iiirt'h Ihtt
Hiild lotH Hhnvr dicrlhed t tlm "il" l,ru''" ,,XU('
hy caltl e.oiiiiiHlleii. ,,,.,,
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II. IIAt.I.KTT CO..I,ortl'l'
THE MUD POWEE
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Humplireys' Horuoopathio !mcirir;s
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la .Me J. Iu 10'J l-ullon til., .New iorU.
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CINKS, h.il.l l.y liAHCLAY HliOh.
(,lri .'l.ll'tllt nlii t miiliHunyif.illilili)
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Hol t ti v lnn.'irititi-YiTvwiiiTO. Frli e, J1 miprr 1ml
ryxii.fli)t in-ill. Kmnj-lK n-nt )rr In l'li)ii-et!.
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h'U:'xil. llial ar- 'rtani l, f r..:rn r. i,jt,.
ti rt iiroyinir ti" roaima of t.-ic i..nili. Sj
vrlnk'taiir airini.''it Inj.ji tiui.a lo pr nim e uti.i-r
rt rni ip.ri.iTi.
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jji mnl I" litkliow It'll krucl
f. iniili'iriiv mi t'ltmer and
-rll klll'liv.l. 'Ilielinwtel.
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pnt CA'wiieill Citrt'rr
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a '.in A'ni, rdti.nr., ui. ij
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5 rivinin il In Miifiviivtlio
lllnrm-it nf Catimr nr
It ' I'mii'ira. l'nr 1 nrt umi lorn.
wtnl for fre.' trentlaii nr
cull (in 1111. hl.l.M., n:il
Tn Nervous SiiH'errm-'l ln lireut Kiirnienn Ref
eilv -Vr. .1. II. SI ntl'siill'n SH'i-iH Metlleliii'.
Ilr. .1 H. Hiniiiirn Spurlllc .Meillrine r 11 ,ni'
th.- run- fur Siermiilnrrlien. Impi'tenty, Wcukneaa
mnl nil (liHt-iiaea ri'MtillliiK frtiin Self-Alnifit. ua Ner
vniia lieliilliv. Iiilinliillty. Mentiil Atuleiy, Liint'iior,
I.ii-hIIiiiIi', (leptci "loll nfSplrll mnl Inn. lii Mil tie
rniiu'cinelili' nl the Nervnli" Hyalem "etiernlly I'nl tin
in Illicit or Mile. I. on a nf .Memory. I'rciiiiilni'c tilii
Aiii- linn I'lHeiiac"
thill leml 10 Coll
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5io iniitter liow
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from ext'eHfi ii nf
niiv klml. i "linit
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llnna itntl fiiot iire lieiillh mitl )niiilne, hern he
fnrit wim itei(iii(leiiry nnd lonin. Tim Nici'lllc
Aledliliie In lielne. lined Willi wotitlerrnl aue,.
I'liintililetn u nt free to nil. tor them uml
tf full pnrtleiilHrH,
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nt'eH lor ,'i.(Ki. Will lie neiit by nmll on reeelpl ol
nullity. AiIiIp'Mk nil onlera,
,1. II. SIMI'MIN'K VKDICIMi CO,,
Non. I'M Ktnl HW M'lln St.. IIuH'iiIo, N, V,
Oilintaent free tnt htiKe u hti vvlhh tn ell
riiL-n In tho ttionl pleiiannt. Mini irollliililu
HiHlliewi known, Kvervlhlnif new.
Illiilalll.lt ri'tllllreri . n ulll filrnlali
I'vervtlilinf. Jinn tiny Hint upward Ih yet
iiiikIIv III nilc ulllioni, alnvlin ntvnv from
hnmtt our nliilit, No rink wlmiuver. Hlmiy new
work.'riAviiiiletl nt ouri). Muny ant niiikliiL' Tort
Il Hint the l)iialnean. l.ntlleH innku n niiieli hii
men, .ml vtiuntf bnyn mitl trlrln iiiiiki' uroiil imy . Nil
nim wiiti lwllllm tn work rnlla to innltt) mtirti
liinliey every diiv I linn run hu niiiiltt III 11 Week 11 1 nny
iillier t'liiiliiyment, ' liunti who eiii-ii at t 0
wl I I ml n almrt rnml tn fortune. Atliln-Ka II.
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