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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1882.
M ayor N. B. Tbi.tlewood.
Trea.urer T J , Kertb-L'lurk-DcBiil.
Harahal I. 11. Meyer,
aoa tti or AU.
Clrl Ward Petr Saiip, T. M . Ktinhrongh.
Thirii Ward B. K. Illake, John wood.
rva !w2d-2fcUMl 0. Falter, Adolpb Bwo-
"wfth Wrd-T. W. Hl!ld.T. Krw.t B. Pitttt.
('Irenlt Jndu'e l. .1. linker.
, Circuit Clerk-A. U. Irvln.
CirontyJudeo K. ( Yotum.
County Clem S. J. Huram.
County Attorney J M. u'nron.
County Trea.urer Miloa W. Pwker.
bherllf John liodite.
Coroner-K PltBcild j,
CniyComraliouera-T. W. uaiuaay, a.
Ulbhaand I'eler saup.
CAlRO UAPmr. Cormr Tenth .aod Poplar
) , priUina flr-taud tMtd Sunday, to
I u 1 uray . Kew. A . 4 . 1 1 K 8 S, Pm tor.
pHUKCII OP TUB KRDKKMKKBpI.c.P.1)
L Kourteeoth tr.!t; Sunday m::
Knc.ha.1.1; :' ". "ttV h.""J '".V
Morning prayer. ;8:tXp. m., ev.nlns rayera. r.
Y. Davenport. 8. T. K. hector. .,
1llthT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CBIKCII.
V YtrmcMn at 10: a. ... P- V: J; "'
abbalb .chool at 7:1 p. n ttt. T. J. Shore,
LI' TH K II AN-Tb Irteenth .treeti service Sab
bath 1:S0 a. a. Sunday .cuool 2 . .
MBTOOlMKT-Cor. Blghtr- Walnnl
Preachlnf. Rabb.lh ll:W. m. '
Sunday School at 4:00 p. . A. Scarrelt.
. pitKSBVTERIAN-RlgMb alrl ; P"' Bar
I Sabbath t U:OU a. tu. nd 7 So p. m., prayer
.t p. m. Ilv B. V. 'ieorw. pwtor.
b ... K-aJoin irt.; .crrke. SbtU u 30 .a.
uvr, day al a. . Re. O'Uara. Prle.t.
CT PATKICK'H-fRomaoCtibollc) Corner Slnlh
M.h aod 10 a. n. ; Ve.pcr. S p. re. ; Hunday Brhool
i p. tn. .rvice. .ery da at S . m. Ke. Mwter&oo
R.R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
TltMM PErBT. T,lAi A?!flV; m
Hal! .rl3a.m Mmii 4: ft a.m
t.raMauoD.IIMom 'lixore.. ....... Il:1t a. in
Exl)rvfl( 4:p m AccnulaUoB..4:05 p m
CENTRAL K. U.
tVl1 4fW.m (t.Mail .. SriTOp.Di
ExproM iu:l5a m tEi;rrM U:im
C. ST. I.. R. R (Narrow OauKe )
Exr.w r:la.rn I Kxprv ' "P"1
Aaom'daUon. I :H p.m 'Accoui'diloiu Vi'.'Ht P m
BT.L . l.M H. K. It
tExprcM 11: '?.! I Kipr. M ... 2 .W p m
Ac-..m nation. i:Vi p m I tAcroro datloo ll.4ja.ni
WABASH, ST. LOl'KA PAt lKlC RY CO.
Mali K .... :, V I E.... P
Daily except Suuday. t Daily,
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Qaickest Rqute
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunuini;
Making Direct Connkotion
:i:10a m. Mail,
Arrivltieln St. Lnul:4Sa m ; ChlcAo.t.-.V p.m.j
Comectine at Odin and Ktlinchara for tJInctn
Eii. Lou'.avllltJ. Indianapolia aud plnl. fcnt.
11:10 K.m. tit. IiOui nd Western
. ArrWIneln Bt. Lout. ; :0f p. m., and connectlni
(or all point rt'eat.
Q i.iru Ftwt KxprB.
, lorSt. Unla and rhleaim. arriving at St. Louis
W:J0 p.m., and Chicago T:n a m
-4:tJO p.m. Cinoinnati Kxprpm.
Arrltlnc at Clnctrinatl 7:00 a m.; LouiartUe 7:20
a.Di.; Indlanapoll. 4:0" a.m. I'uMenger. by
tbm train rrarh the above wilnt lil W JO
lloVKS In advance of any other route.
tTf-Th4:!M p. m. etprwM haa PULLMAN
-M.hKPIVHCAR Cairo to Cincinnati, wltho-it
chnnitea, and through aleepuri to bt. Lonle and
Fast Time Kant.
I IU98IU"I H em points without any dolay
raaaed by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive. In new York Monday
somite at 10:36. Thirty-.lx hour. In advance of
nv other roote.
tKor thronirh ticket, hnd further Information,
anolv at IHInol. Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
4Kb. JOHN SON. J.U.JONES,
'(tan . Hourtisrn Ant. Tlcnut Aeent.
A. U. BAN HON. en. Pa.a. Aeent. Chlcaao
JJU. W. C. JOCVLYN,
0PK1CB Klghtb Street, near Cnmt erclal Avenne
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK, '
Urwci No. 130 Commercial Avenat, betweon
Kvhth and Ninth Streeu
EORQE II. LEACH,. M. D.
I'Jivsifjian and Surgoon.
Special attotitlon pa il to the llomt onatlilc treat
meut fitiixlcal(lUoiiru.landdlt.'ai'a of woman
Olllce: Ou Hit ilnct, oppo.Itctho ?ot Odlce,
' WOOD YARD.
0.. W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Stavo Trim mi nccs
At one dollar per load.
The "lrlmmlnK'"are coar.enhavtnK and make
ttie beat autnmnr wood for cooking purpoee.a. well
m the cbvapaat ever .old In Caf.-o. - Por black
tntitr. nae tnauttinv tlrv. they are uueqoallod
Lav ruor order, at the Tenth meet woiid yard
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE ibC, STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7lh, and nntil turther
notice thefenyboat w'ill make trlpa aa follow.:
'.tivtt i.evra ttavv.
Puot Piiurth at. Mlr.ourl Lid (f. Kentarky Ld I.
e-.m . m.
10 :00 a. ta.
2:00 p. m
1 n m.
8:W a. ra.
t:V) p. m.
9 a. m.
TftE HALL IT) IT.
A New and compieto Ibtol. frontlnt on Levee
Second and Railroad Street!,
Tb Paeneer D -pot of the ChkH;o, St. Lenli
art'- .icw Orlean: Illinol" (htral: Wahanh, St.
Loul. and Pacific: I.on Mouti'ain and S 'Ulhern.
Mobile and Ohio: fair and St. Lome Railway,
are all Jut ncroea tho alreef : while the Steamboat
Landing le but one .qnare ili.tnnt.
Thin Hotel l heatod by aleam, has .team
Laundry, Hvdranllc Elevator, Kluotrlc Call Bell.
Automatic Kire-Alnrma. Bnth. absolutely pure air,
pertoct .eweraae and complete appointment..
Huperh furnisihlng. ; perfect nervlcc; and an nn
T. I. PAHKKIl Ac CO..riPee
Coraraercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BtOSS. Premdent. I P. NPKF. VlcelVe.'nt
U. WELLS, Caahler. T. J. Kurtb. A.n'i ca.b
F. Brn... mm. . t . Ca'ro I William K'uee. .Cairo
Po-erNeff I Wllllum Wolf....
C. M Oaterloh " I C O l'atier
E. A. Sudor " II. Well
J. Y. Clemron, Caludoula,
A GENERAL BANKING 1IUSINK8 DONE.
Exchanitu o'd and bouuht. Interet pltl In
the Savlmr. Deptrtment. Collectiona made and
all buslueea promptly attetiJud to.
VARIETY 8T0UE. ,
JJEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest ' Variety Stock
IN" .TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERYCL,OSE
C. O. PAT1EH & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth itreetl Puirn Til
Commercial VenuuJ; KUllVj 111.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELl
rOKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
OFFI ; K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
IJHE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. IUinoin.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: business
ti-ios. "w. halliday;
17 NTEIU'IUSE SAVING BANK.
Or Cairo, ,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVIKGS BASK.
TIIOS. W. HALLIDAY',
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
M anuf ax hirer ot.nml Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL - KINDS OF JOB WOKE DONE TO ORDER
NO. -2? 'EIGHTH STREET,
Off Ci.r.HK'a Orrtcf, I
Caiho. III.. Mar. 17lh, lJ. t
Tubllc notice la ht-rebv ciwn that ouTnenlay the
lNlh day of April A. D 1HM, a Keneral election will
I beld In tb eltv of Cairo, county of A'exatidur,
tateof Illinol, fur the election of one alderman
for the regular terra of two year from each of the
five wa d. of tbt city.
For the purponu of .aid election pole" will be
opened at the loliowini; named plaoee. viz:
In the Kir.t ward at lb poll re b'ailn,uarter in
rearol Mr. R.ia While', bulldluif coruer of Sixth
trcit and Ohio levee.
In the Second ward at the ensltie hou.eof Hie
Roueh and Keadv flrecompacy.
In tho Third ward at the euln hon.e of the
Hinerman Art company.
lu the Fourth ward, at the Court Hon.e
And in tho Fifth ward, at Ihe engine hou.e of the
Anchor Are company.
Said election will lie npan at fk'lit o'clock in the
mornlnir, and coctinoo open until .even o'clock In
the afternoon of tamo day.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
OP CAIRO, .
at Cairo, lu the State ol Illinol, at the clone of
March 11th, 1882,
Loan, and dl.count $ 411.4M 7K
Overdraft l.Kll lit
U. S. bond to .ecure clrvulu
tlon 50.0i no
V s. bond on hand 350 00
Other .UKk. bond, ami niort
ungv ' 70,0-15 81
Due from approved re.ervo
azent M.474 .VI
Due from other natloiinl bank. 21,419 M
Dili) front State bank, and
banker HVJ09 M
Reul oaiate, furniture aud fix
ture m. m to
Current expeu.ea and taxea
paid 3,1 m 61
Premium paid bi Ju
Check and other rah Item. .$ Jf)
Bill of other Bank. liti'i UO
Fractional paper currency,
nli kul.and puunle. 203 w)
Silver e.ttW-.W.frM 00
Lewi Tender note S5.0U0 00- 7I.M7 ftl
Redemption fund with IT, S.
. Tri'urer, (5 per cent, of cir
culation) ' 3,&000
Due from U. S, Treasurer,
other than It per cunt re
redemption fund 2 000 00
Total $W7,80l 80
Ciipltnl .lock paid in inn.oon nn
Htirplu Kiitid KIM m nn
Ifnillvided Prorlta (j.sfw 17
Nntiouul batik note, ont.tund-
lint 45,000 UO
Inillvlilunl depo.lt (itbjvct to
chock ....r0.4M H
I)eman(i;cerllllenleorilepoll, 11.7W M
Due to oilier nnllniml bank, 1,IHH4I
Duo to SUitu bank and
banker 40,1:18 78 3,Srll r,.1
Notes aud lilllt rt di. counted U0,UtK) 00
Total ? .....$ TiT.SOl 8U
Stnte of Illinol county of Alexander. .
I. Tho. . llallldiiy. Culiier of tho above named
bank, do .olenmly wunr thut Ihe above .tnletneut
it triii! lu the beet of my knowledge and belief.
Iiio. W. liAM.uur, Cahiur.
Hithacrlbed and .worn tu bulurn inu llil. Irtth day
of March, IMS. M. l. liiiwi.nr,
K. II. OltNNINnHAM. 1
, (I. D. WiLMAMauM, V Director!.
Katural fait flam
.Prepared from' the. choicest
Fruits, without coloring, poison'
ous oils, acids, or artificial
IZnsences. Alwayn uniform in
ntrenfftfi, without int inlnltrrii
timif or imwritiex. JJaie goined
their reputation from their per
fect purity, superior strength
and vitality. Admitted by all
who luive used them as the most
delicate, grateful and natural
jiaror .for cakes, yudilings,
STEELE & PRICE,
'Chicago, III., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Makers of Lupulln Yeast Genu,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr. Price's Unique Perfumes.
We make no second grade goods.
State of Illlniii, ") In the Alexander Cotin
V.. tv Circuit rnurt. Slay
Alexander County, l Term A. D. l'-nj
Alexander (!o!dmith, Ike W Klaw mid Charlea
che&rr, firm of (Jolilnniili, Klaw it Co.- l'laint-
Rtran.- Co. Defsndaat.
Notlc I. hereby elvcn that a nlt by attachment
ha Iwon (ommenced In ald court In favnr ..f the
atxiva na i ed pUlntllf asnint tlic eatato of .aid
di fi-r d'ini. for the sum o thn-e hundred and i.ine
ty tive dollar .Sow. tUen fiire, nnle. 'ild rle
fendnnt .hall appear on the llr.t nay of the next
term of.a'd court 'to be bolden at the c jtirt hune
in Calri, on theMili day of May, A. D. 1S and
give buhand pleaa a. reqiilrud hv law, J idnment
will be enti-nd Bj;olnt ttiem and th e tuio o at
tached .old.. ALEX.il IhVIN, Clerk.
Cairo, Miiyil. March : t. ISSi
Oheks & Oildeiit, ftuiiitiflTs Attorney.
Y. Thomas "VVitham.
Attorn r.r and CouscblLor at Lw.
. . mr CHARLESTON, X0.
Wilt practice in all the courts of Mlourl and
Illlmii, local and upr me; and In the I'nlled
Slate court for thu fcalern mtrlctor lioiiri.
CltnuiM, collections, taxes, titles and loan at
tei di d tn.
Real Estate Ijonght and sold on lommlMon.
DID HE PEOPOSZ.
I couldn't 1o it," said Martyn EHrs
lio, with a shudder. It was jut tli sc
fltictivR liotir Ijcfuri! tin? rns jets aro
lijjliletl and window hlim's aro pulled
down tho didifions twilight, wliuu
grate liivs .sliinu liko linniiny; musses of
ruby, and sitting besidt; them
prow mildly coiilMi-ntial. It wuvmkiw
inp ft little ouliilc; all the belter,
for the fliek of the cryta'izod e:uls
:ipaint the pliis filled up the s'uenee,
ami inailo the cosy warinth of tin room
luxuriously delipliiful. And Martyn
Kllerslic's'ph'asuit brown eyes, fixed full
on the tire, saw no one can tell what or
how much they saw!
"Suppose slie should say 'no,'" ho.
burst out, sccminply aiirojioK to nothing
'Snppoxn she shouldn't," observed
(Juy Barnes,- dryly.
'"l tell you, old fellow, it's exactly
like having n tooth pulled out. Your
friends stand by and say. 'Be a man: it's
nothinp!' It isn't they who are under tin)
'Complimentary to Miss Clen."
"Nonsense. Vow know wliat I mean.
Bui reallv and truly. I've tried audi
'Very well," said Barnes, indifl'erent
. ly; "then it-is,:tn understood thiup that
on are to live and die as :ui old bache
lor." "I didn't say thnt."
"Oh, 1 bep pan Ion. You expect Fan
ny is poing to propose to you; that's
"You are a heartless miscreant," El
lerslie cried out, half laughing, half im
patient, as he sprang to his feet and
to.ssed the remnant of his cigar into the
lire, "ami I shall not waste any more
words uj)"n you -unless, indeed, you'll
go round to the fair with inc.'1
"Where Kanny Clen lias n stand? Not
if 1 know it! The money market is rath
er tight with me just "at present, and
thwse fancy fairs nrc no better than a
den of robbers, where n defenceless
young man is concerned."
And Marty ii Ellerslio went on hU way
,Tho hall wn nil ft glitter with gas
lights ami fragrant with flowers when
lie pot there: the pretty feminine sparks
lurked each behind her table well laden,
were all smiles and dimples, while tho
throng of victims ebbed ami flowed
Mr. Ellersliu found himself greeted
"You will take a share, Mr. Ellers
liu?" "J)o please put your name down here,
iir. Elli'1'r.lic; there, are only ten blanks
"Oh, Mr. Kilurslic, yon are tho very
lino we are wailing for! I've kept seven
lr yiu- ncvcii is always a lucky num
ber." vMr Kllerslie! don't, pray, ptmd all
your money until you've taken a sharo
in tlds iimnunolli doll, with a trunk lull
of clothes." . '
And thus our hero was flunp hither
J, nud yon on lh wuvu of Uui fair, draw
ing nearer, however, with every Milt
serifition, to Ihe table over which shono
the blue stars of I'anny Cleu's eyes.
But when he gut there ho wua smitten
with a sudden .silence.
Fanny looked womleringly up.
"lt'sn fine evening." he fin.nrdoik
"Is it? asked Funny. "Why, 1 thought
it was snowing!"
"So it is," said our hero, -growing
very ret I. and overturning with, his el
bow a crimson Venetian flask (for which
lieiininedialcly had to pay ft sovereign.)
"I 1 mean it isn't a very line even
ing." "Oh!" said Fanny.
"Yes," said Mariyn, feeling .mutely
that he had made a donkey of himself.
Then he went away, and didn't wo
Fanny Clen again the' whole evening
jirobably bceaucshe was theonly iierson
in the wholu room that he cared a fig
about seeing at all. But so unkind in
fate to love ami lovers.
Just as he was edging his way out, of
the place, in a very' desperate ;i ti I de
jected frame of miiid, then' was a rush
and a flutter, ami lie lien rd bis 'Wn
name called in all the notes of tho hu
"What is it?" he asked, vaguely star
ing around him.
"You've drawn the big doll!" cried
little Sibyl Percy, dancing up to him,
and laying in his arms the huge waxeu
abomination, with its flossy yellow curls
and imposing pink and white complex
ion: while somebody else brought the big
trunk and little band-box. "It's just
like traveling with u wife," said Sibyl,
'But what the ahem! what am J to
do with it?" asked our bewildered hero.
"(live it to somebody," said Sibyl, in
wardly hoping he would act promptly
on the suggestion and bestow the prize
on her. "Any one would bo delighted
to see such a present."
"Do you think he would?" asked Mr.
Ellerslio, vacantly. And then he went
"(ireat stupid fellow!" cried Sibyl,
spitefully, and she tripped back to her
"I never saw such a goose," naid Lau
ra Barrington, who had three .sisters of
her own at home.
But what am I to do with it?" said
Martyn to himself, as he traversed tho
wintry gloom of the midnight streets.
"Oh, I have it! I'll give il to Fanny Clen
nnd she can make a Christmas present
of it to her little black-eyed cousin!"
'He laid the tloll, rejoicing, on a sofa,
and went to bed, sinking iato dreamland
just about the time that Fanny Clen vv as
taking the hair-pins out of her magnifi
cent golden hair before tho dressing
bureau in her own apartment.
"Why, Fanny, what ails you?" cried
Dora, her eldest sister. "You'ro cry
"I'm so tired," guiltily confessed poor
And she wept herself to sleep! think
ing how foolish she hail been, and that
of course Martvn Kllerslie didn't care a
straw about her. Whv should he?
Mr. Kllerslie rose the next morning
full of his momentous resolve, and math;
such a toilet that the very landlady's
little boy, seeing him go out with a big
doll, neatly encased in her pasteboard
box, under his arm, ejected, profane
ly, "Oh, my eye, what a swell!"
Tho black-eyed little cousin admitted
him. Yes, Cousin Fanny was at homo
would he walk into the parlor?
And our hero, before he had fairly
made up his mind in what terms to be
stow his gift, found himself bowing to a
fair-headed vision in a sunny little
room, surrounded by heads of cut flow
ers. "How do you do, Mr. Ellerslie?" said
Fanny, coloring nnd smiling; "I am
making boqucts, you see, for to-night."
"Kxactly-so,"-said Martyn. and then
he reflected how much more appropriate
a remark he might have made ami turn
ed very red.
'Trnv sit down," said Fanny.
"I-I tho fact is, Miss Clen," said
Mr. Kllerslie, plunging in sheer despera
tion into the midst of his subject; "I
have called I hope you won't bo vexed
you have only to say bo if you don't
, Fanny dropped her sprig of hcliolropo
nnd looked up in Burpris1.
"I know it isn't of much conseqtie-icc,"
went on Martyn, turning the pasteboard
box round and round in confusion, "but
if you'll accept it I've known and
esteemed you so long, ami"
The damask roses deepened on Fan
ny's fair face. It hail como at last, then,
the proposal she had anticipated so long
"Not of much consequence! Oh, Mr.
Ellerslie!" she repeated reproachfully.
"Would ymi care for il?" he demand
ed, quite oblivious in the embarrassment
of the moment that he hadn't even nam
ed the gift.
"Care for It!" the tears sparkled into
Fanny's eyes. "When you know that I
love yon, Mariyn."
A'n'tl she ran 'straight into tho arms of
our astonished hero.
When he went down the doorsteps he
was an engaged young man, how and
when he scnrccly knew himself. And,
ns fato would have it tho lirst Jicrsonage
against whom ho tumbled ' was Ouy
"Hello!" saiddiiy. "What's up?"
"Don't speak so loud." said Kllerslie,
passing his arm through that of his
friend. "She's engaged to bo my wife."
"Who is? The divine Fanny, tho fair
est of her sex?"
"Of course: who else should it be?"
"Hut I thought yon couldn't screw
your courage up to tho proposing
"1 didn't propose."
(!ny Barnes stared.
"Yon dldii't-r-proirostd 'Then how
could she, have accepted you?"
"Tliiil's just what J cnii't exactly com
prehend myself," said the pnz.led lover.
"We uro engaged that is certain but
I can't for the life of mo remember
when or how 1 proposed.1
"But of coiirsoyou proposed,", observ
ed (iiiy. Teoplij always do get a little
flurried you know."
' "DotlicyP : Well, I suppose, that was
tho ciiso with mo. Ijntldou't rcuMiM
"Oh. don't be such ninny!" said
(iuy Barnes, lmnitlently
"I wish I oiUihl remember just what 1
said, though,'' observed Martyn.
Ami even after he was duly married
lie never could quite recall whether Iw
proposed or not. But as long as ileal1
little Fanny was all hu own what did it)
Italian Majolica I earthenware wliichv
after firing, has been covered with a thin
coating ol white earth, and then enamel-'
ed vv 1th a. composition of the oxides of
tin and lend. The whiteness and hard-'
hess of the surface are proportionate U
the increased quantity of tho former in
gredient, ami the inferior description off
ware, or inczza innjolicu, is glazed with
lead oxide alone. This opaque metallic ,
varnish imparts to the ware that pearly
luster, whose secret, believed to have
been learned by the Italian potters from
tli Moors of 'Spain, Bernard Palissy
spent lifo ami fortune in trying to thV
cover. Porcelain, on the other hand,
originally composed of liner clay, owes
its texture to a thincoatingof trucglass,
evenly formed over its surface underex-'
posure to a very high temperature, by
which its substance is partially vitrified
throughout. But porcelain and earthen
ware, while differing in the composition
of their surface enamel, resemble each
other in that they receive it in the stager
technically known ns "biscuit," after'
they have undergone the lirst firing.
Plunpcd then into a solution of theglaao
constituents, these substances 'form a
white I'tlloreseenee over the porous clay,
after it ha.j absorbed the thud in which
they were, dissolved. Tho process is
finally completed by the second baking
of the ware in the glazing kilns, anil tho
fushion into a thin crust of enamel, of tlui
elements deposit etl on its surface.
Important Notice Words of Warning
We desire to give this friendly word of
warning to whom it tntty concern, that all
persons who have been, or are now dealiDg
in a preparation called "Clayton & Russell's
Celebrated Stomach Bitter," put up and
marked by Adams ti Co., of New York,
render themselves liable to prosecution and
duumges, as sitid article has leen pronounc
ed by the V. S. Circuit Court, Southern
District, New York, in a decision rendered
by his Honor, Jude Dlatchford, February,
1833, ns being nn intimation of Hmtettcr'
Celebrated Smmtich Bitters, and who grant
ed a decree of perpetual injunction with1
dnmnpea, against the said Adunis & Co. for
violation of our Trade Mark in tho premis-'
en. The principle of this important de
cision npplics with equal force to any arti-'
clo of Bittern, tho labels of which bear s,
general restniblnnce to our Trndo Mark,,
ns well as to the r filling of our old bottles
with spurious stuff, or selling in bulk any
article purporting to be our preparation,
nnd hence this friendly word of caution.
We never fail to convict1, as the Court Be
cords of New Orleans, St. Louis, NcW
York and oilier noints fill I v affirm.
llORTKTTKR & SMITU,
Pittsbcbo, March, 1882.
Ponder on these Truths.
Kidney-Wort is nature's remedy for kid
ney and liver diseases, piles and constipa
tion. Sediment or mucous in the urino is
sure indication of disease. Tuko Kidney
Torpid liver and kidneys poison the blood
Kidney Yi'ort revives them and cleanses titer
Headache, bilious attacks, dizziness ant)
loss of appetite are cured by Kidney-Wort.
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I
win sena a recipe mat win euro you, iree
of charge. This grent remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to tho Rev.
Joseph T. Iuman, Station I), New Yorls
Tho Lips We Love to Press
inclose pearly teeth, and exhale fragrance
when opened. If this double charm were
wanting, they would lack their main at
trsction and t probably remain unkissed.
Snzodont will rem re it. Discoloration of
the teeth, unheallhiness of llio gf.ins, and
a breath which ciuses repugance, are
completely rendered by this inconiparablo
bcauritier and antiseptic of the teeth, which
is as pleasant to taste and smell as it is
roliablo in its action.
'It Is Curing Everybody."
writes a druggist. "Kidney-Wort is tho
most popular medicine we sell." It should
bo by right, for no other medicine has such
specific action on the liver, bowels and
kidneys. If you have those symptoms
which indicate biliousness or deranged
kidneys do not fail to procure It and use
faithfully. In liquid or dry form it is sold
by all druggists. 3alt Lake Aly Tribune
Worms, that universal disease in child
hood, can be thoroughly cured by the use
nf rir Perrv'a Tlxail Slink ' Vnrmil'iifr.. Y..
Ferret, Agt'373 Pearl St.. N. Y.City. (4)'
NonTuroitT, Wis., May C, 1879.
Jnrno. I. Fallow, K.q.
Sin: I havo been using your niedicino
for over a year now and with the best ef
fects, I have used 13 bottles of the Hypo
phosphites, and it has made a new man of
me, I have been ailing over six years
with a number of diseases, but lung diffi
culty wag the most prominent. I have been
under thecaroof a (zreat many doctors, and'
have taken quantities of medicine without'
any apparent beneQt, but ' appeared to be
still growing worse and weaker until I ac
cidently camo across one of your circulars,,
and was constrained to try your medicine,
and I found its effects were almost magical
hnon me, and I was a surprise to myself
and friends, having gained so rapidly itn
flesh. I remain respectfully.
Bokdkn, Bkllkck & Co 8t. Loots, selt
the best and cheapest Car Starter mdi
With it one man fan move a freight car. (1)