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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY ! MORNING, MAY 13, 1882.
M yor- N.B.Thi tlowd.
Treenerer T. J, Kerth.
Cleric Denula. J.Kuley.
Couunolor Wm. 1. Ullbert.
Marahal-L. H. Meyra,
Attorney William Ueudricki.
BOAHD 0 AMiaUNM.
rirat Ward-Win. Mc Hale. T. M. Klmhrooifh.
Hecond Ward-Ueo Uinkl. C.N. D-URnee.
' Third Ward B. K, Make, John Wood.
Kuurth Ward Cbarlea 0. Fatter, Adolpb 8wr
' Klhb Ward-T. W. Holiday. Iroett B. PetM.
Clrtolt J mitfu i. J.llaker. ,
Circuit Clerk-A. U. lrtn.
County Judge R. H Yocmn.
County Clerk H.J. Uuniin.
Coouty Attorney J. M. Damron.
County Trea,urer-Mllet W. I'arker.
BherttT John liodxea.
County CoramUalonera T. W. Ualliday, J. A.
Ulbbt and 1'e.er haup.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
treotn; preachlu- flrttt aud third hundaya in
each month. 11 a. u. and 7:) P. m.: prayer i meet
, Thursday. 7 P. mhuuf ay jcW tvga
CHURCH OF THE RRDKBMER (Bplacopal)
Koorteentn etreet; Buuday 7 :00 a in., Uoly
Eucbarlat; : a. m., Hundaachool ; U 00 a.m..
Morning Prayere; 7:30 P. m., Evening Prayers. F.
P. Davenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
IIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CD.DRCU.
T PreachlBK at Hi:) a. n... p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
abbath ecbool at 7:3U p. n Kev. T. J. Bboree.
Il'T UK RAN -Thirteenth atreet; iorrieea Bab
j batu 1:30 a. m. ; Sunday ecbool 1 p. m. Re.
If TlIODl8T-Cor. KlehUi and WeJnnt etreeta,
M Prcachlne S.bb.O. fl :U m.
fcnnrtay School at 4:00 P u- Rev. 1. A. bcarretl,
PkBHBYTKRIAN KlRtatb reet: preachloa; on
Sabbath at IMfl a. m. aud 70 p. m.; way
oeUuK Wednearfav at 7:) p.m.; Bnnday tjchcol
ally. m. Rt B.V.ieore, paator.
ST. JOHEPH 8 -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ojom
end Walnnt itnxU; eervtcoa Sabbatb 10.80a.
t.i HundAr School at 1 p. m.; Veapera 3 p. m. ; lr
nui vry'dny at 9 a. m. Rev. O Dare, Pneet.
ST PATRICK'S -(Roman Catbollc) Corner Ninth
,trt and WaehlnKton ar.nae; aerjlee. Sab
baib a and lu a. m. ; Veipere J p. m. ; Sunday School
I p. m. er,vlce every day at t a- tn. Httl. MasUjrson
K.. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Mall- . 8:13 a m I tVall 4:i6a.m
t AecWd&tlon.U :10 a m 'Kivw 1
tExprvri P I Accfmdallo..4:()5 p m
MIHS CENTRAL R. R.
tall 4.:i5a.mtMil .. .. B:(p.m
Kipre 10;lStntKxpra U:3ua.m
ST. U C R. R. (Narrow Gauge )
SiprMM a.ro I KxprM 4:M p.m
Accom'dallon. 1 :) p m I 'Aetoia'datoln 12:01 p.m
ST L . I.M 4. R R w
fBxpra U:ip.m (Kipreai
rAecom nation t:30p.m I tAccom datlon.ll:4wa.m
WABA8IJ, ST. LOUIS PACIFIC K'Y CK).
Mall Ka .... S:W)a,m 'Mult & Ex.... :a) p.m
Dally ktpt Snnday. t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO R. H.
Mall JI:l.m.Mall J:P--
Kxprett :ia.m. I fcxpreaa 7 .V p.m.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
Khortost and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Kunuint!
9 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Tumi Liti Caiiui:
a. in. i in. Mail,
Arrlvlcjln St. Louie :4rj a in. ; C'blcnno. :S0 p.m. ;
Oouni'cttnK at Odin and KfflnKham fur (Uncln
eatl, Loulf vtlle, Indlanapulit and point Kar-t.
11:10 .tn. fct. IiOain uud Veterii
Ki pr .
Arriving In Ht.L0lli:U! p. m., and conuectlni
for all'poiuu Weal. .
4:iJO ii.ju. I'nt Kxpra.
lor 81. Lonta and Chicago, arrlwofj at St. Louii
10:40 p.m., and Cblcaco 7:2(1 a m.
4:UO p in. Clrioinnatl Kxproaa.
Arriving at CluclnnaU 7:00 a.m.; Louiarllle 7:
a m.: Indlanapolla 4:00 a.m. PaMunRure bv
ttitd truln react the above polnta 1U to 30
UoURS In advanco of any other route.
rirThe4:20 p. m. oxpreoa haa PULLMAN
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Clnciunati, without
ehnnKvt, aud through aloepura to St. LouIb and
Fast Timo East.
1 llSMillfJl'IS 0rn point without any dnlny
eauaed by Sunday InusrveuliiR. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrivea lu new Yo'k Monday
aornlnicatto:a5. Thlrty alx honraln advanceol
By ottior routo.
tKnr through tlrkotaand furlhnr Inrorraatlon,
apply at IIIIboIk Central lUllroad Depot. Cntm.
JAB. JOHNSON, J. IL .IONK8,
Oon . Kouthurn Agunt. Tlckot Agent.
A. U. HANSON, Oon. Pua, Agent. Chicago
LOUIS & CAIRO K. R.
TRAINS RUN A3 FOLLOWS.
ExproM and Mail leaver. Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at I0;W a. in. Arrive 4:IB p. ru.
Aeoommndatlon arrlvua at ia:o5 p. tu. and da
Q.E0UGB II. LEACU, M. U.
Plivehjian and Surgoon,
Hpeolal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
rnent of etitglcaUllceafoatiddlwaaes of worhan
'ofnciVlron Mtb str-iut, oppoelto tbu PoatOfllco,
JJU. WC. J0CKLYN,
OFFICR-Blgktk BUoot, near ComperclaJ Avenue
E. W. WniTLOCK,
Oruii-No. ISA Commurclal Aveuu, betwaao
Jtghth and Ninth Btreeta
) W. WHEELER,
ANTIIHACi rHi COAL.
Summer Wood aud Kindlinj;
eouatantly on hand
At Seveiity-flve centa per load.
Btavo Trim miners
At one dollar per load.
The "lrImmlDgt"are coaraeehavlnpaatid make
the beat aummor wood for cooking purponea a well
a the cheapest ever (old in Cairo. Kor black
mlih'i ua In totting tlroa, they are nneu,oalled
Leave ynor order, at the Teuth atreet wood yard
r EBB Y BOAT
QAIRO CITY FfRRY CO.
On r.nd after Monday. June 7th. and untU further
notice the fenyboat will make trips at follow,:
Mtvaa LiATia Mine
Foot Fourth at. M!eiouri Lacd'g. Keiitcrky Ld .
:00a. m. 8:10 a.m. ti. a.
10:00. ra." . 10:80 a.m. 11 a.m.
2:00 p.m 2:30 p.m. 2 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;tp. m.
; SUNDAYS '.
i p. m. 2:80 p.m. p.m
A New and Compietu Hnti'l, fronting on Levcc
hecoud and Railroad Street,
Tb r&eulitt;r D. iiot of tho Chlci:n, St. Lonia
an" .ew orles!!: III!nol CVntrai; Watiah, Ht.
Uui aud Paclrlc; Iron Mourtwn and S-mthern,
Mob!loaud Ohio; l'atr and St. Loun Italiwaji
arv all Junt arroes the Mrcet; while the Steamboat
LandiriK l but one 'i"rc dittanl,
Thia Hotel ia heated by (team, ha Hesra
Laundry. Hvdranlic Elevator, Klm-trlc Call Bella.
Automatic Kire-Alarma. Bhthn, atmolutely pure air,
porloct aewerairo and lomplute appolntiueuta.
Superb furnmhlnxK; perfect aervlce; and an nn
L.. P. PAIilCKU .Sc c;().,IJ(.Bf.f .(,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. BUOSS, rrenldent. I P. NKKP, VlrelWnt
II. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kurth, Aea't cash
P. BroM ..'.....Cfl'ro I William Klnto. .Cairo
PoterNeir '.' William Wolf.... "
( M OKterloh " C. O. I'atler "
K. A. Budur " I H. Wellr. '
J, Y. Clomron, Caludoula.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Kxchango aold and bought. Intoroft paid in
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
j ' IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. 6. PATlEii & CO.,
0or. Nineteenth atreet I Pnii'A ,111
dommerclalAvenavi . i , - villi Uf All,
$500 BEWAKD !
Stillman's ELIXIR oi' LIFE
A purely Vegetable Blood Purifier, and guaran
teed to cure U.'i cutiet In UK), or money lefurded.
The above reward will ne paid for a remedy which
will cure as many case of X alaria, Fever and Airoe,
Dyauepaia, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Liver aud Kid
aevDlanaae. iiA.OUU bottl'ta Bold on lta merit,
without advertising, in seven year. If billoua,
languid, and your ambition la gone, life la gloomy.
Trv one bottlo. It will convince you of lta auperU
orlty over any otlir remedy. If yon have anv Hu
mor, of the Skin or blood,- from whatever cauao,
thia Kllxlr will cure It when all other remedies
have failed. Ask your druggist for It, Price $1
aud .'. A 'i dollar bmtlc sent by express pre
paid. MTdhyA. L. 8TI1LMAN & CO., New
York Circulars freo. H. C. WILLAUD, Oen'l
Agent U.S. and Canada, Troy, N. Y.
TUIE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAD
HENRY E. TAYLOR
le aves Paducah for Cairo daily (Sunday, execpt
d) at H a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Return
eg, L, ave, Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at 5 p. ru.
THE A. B. SAFE0RD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Mound CNj Cap
lain Andle Owen.
... 7:0 A. M.
9:30 " '
1:: P. M.
4::w ' "
" C airo ...... ...
" Mouud City...
" Mound Cty...
Steamer Sllverthorn; 147 feet lencth; 28 foot
beam; 4 foot bold; i engines; 'cylinders; 12 Inchea
diameter ; 4 foot stroke : bollors, 40 inche, diame
ter, Hfeet long. The host and machlneryla lu ex
cellent repair, and la good running order; she has
full cabin and 1, one of the beet light draught
hoau on the river. For terms apply to, or addree,
W. J. Turner, master, at IDckman. Keutucky; or
W.F.Lambdin, river editor of Dally Bulletin,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
ALLID AY, BROTHERS,
FL0UB. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
lliirh?st Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
33 Stoves D
' 1ST N
S Tinware. S
rROPKIETOR OP SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAI LOAD OR TON.WELI
? HKED TOR 8IIIPPINO
Oar Loads u Specialtv.
Cor, Twelfth Street and Le?ee,
rjWE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. IUlnoiai.
71 OHIO LSVKB.
A General Banking; business
THOS. V. IIAJL.L.I1JAY.
Of Cairo, ; ..
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
W.".K. Lamruim, river editor of. i'hb Bt'LLTix
and stestboat pa.isonger aent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. 0:11 co
at I'lau tors Hotel, No. rl Ohio levee.
STAG Ii8 OK TUB KIVKR.
Tho river marked by the gnugo last even
ing at this point at one p.m., 40 feet
l-10thg and rising.
St. Louis, May 11-3 p.m. River U feet
4 inches aud rising.
Pittuhurg, My 12-3 p.m. River 11 fett
10 inches and rining.
CiiKinnati, May 13 -3 p.m. M foet b
inchea and rising.
Nahhviilo, May 12 -3-p.m? River 16 feet
2 inches and stationary. . , v .. i
Louji:ie, May 13-3 p.m. River 11
feet 10 inches- and stationary.
Yesterday waawhat might be termed a
"Regular Mongrel" a little rain, slight
hail, occasional auuBhino, frequently cloudy
with considerable wind at times during tho
There seems to be a regular mania in tho
last 12 uiontha for steamboats breaking
their shafts. We could cite to at least ten
or twelve boats within tho last six months
that have broken their shafts. There is a
great deal of expense attached to such
accidents, and we attribute tho frequent
occurrence to the material used in making
them. Aa ia former yeara we rarely ever
heard of these accidents. We hope that
steamboat owners will possibly be prompt
ed in future by tho. frequent recent ac
cidents to have the very best material used
in making shafts.
Mr. James Surtees, chiof clerk of the Jas.
W. Gaff, was a passenger on the Shinklc
from Memphis yesterday'. Ho left her hero
and took rail for Cincinnati at 4:20 last
evening. UeinformcdusthattheGaff would
have her shaft repaited at Memphis, and
would be ready to leave there by the last of
next week for Cincinnati.
Two of tho larpest shafts ever forged are
boing made in the cast at Chester, Pa.,
whose beam engines wilt have cylinders
110 inches in diameter and 11 feet stroke.
The material used in making these shafts
consists of scraps of wrought iron, which
are run into barst wo or more feet long,
and tho bars are then welded together at
the ends and put under a powerful steam
hammer. This process will continue until
the shafts are completed. Etch will be 40
fact long and 27 to 30 inches in diameter,
and will weigh moo than 40 tons.
The elegant passenger steamer Andy
Baum, Capt. II. J. Vinton master, is due
here early to-morrow morning from Cin
cinnati for Memphis. Tho Baum has ex
cellent accommodations. For passage rutes
see W. P. Lambdiu, agent; office at the
Planters house, 54 Ohio levee.
LIST Olf LETTERS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOR IN TUB l'OSTOPPICK AT CAIRO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1S82.
LiBtofeV Nellie (2)
Malloy, M A
Math is, C.'ara
Alexander, W R Armstrong, Lufyott
Arnold, Gib Antriui, A C
Acock, Noey Bullen, A E
Bowman, Uonsen 111 am, O W
Bullard.WII Blackburn, M D
Coyne, James Conner, J W, Capt
Ches, Lewis Conned, Stephen
DuBois, Tlios Darns, Sam
Frayscr, Jolmnio, French, J 8
Gaiigh, Isaac D Capt Goldsmith, Joo
Ilnrdin, Ben Jones, Ed
Keen, Jake Moody, A J
Mark, Esten Mooring, isham
Mr. Mamiing, Mullins, J B
McCool, Wm Nelson, George
Overton, Wm Ponn, flue A
Peterson, C A Peak, Chas
Roberts, V I) Reese, Jackson
Rolison, Dick Thomas, Doid
Taylor, Alex West, James
Wilson, Wm White, Bill
Williams, Monroo Ward, Chas II
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will pleaso say advertised.
Geo. W. MoKkato, Postmaster.
taught their daughters that "a stitch in
time jjiives nine." A pill in timo saves uot
only nine, but olttimca an Incalculable
amount of sulTering as well. An occasion
al doBoof Dr.rierco's Pellets (Littlo Sugar
coated Pills), to cleanse tho stomach and
bowels, not only prevents disoanosbut often
breaks up sudden attacks, when taken in
time. By druggists.
Women aro ovorywhuro using and
recoromendini? Parker's Oinircr Tonic, be
cause thoy hav learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes dospondency,
indigestion pain or weakness in tho back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
tlio box. Iiomo Journal. Sou adv.
The grand Jury concluded its labois
yesterday afternoon about three o'clock and
was discharged. It found eighteen or
twenty indictments. In dischardne the
jury the court complimented it because of
its manifestation of a disposition to econo
mise. But ono criminal case was disposed of
in the circuitcourt yesterday. It was that of
Wm. Kelly, charged with forging Aider
man B. F. Blake's narao to an order upon
Mr. Manion for a nights lodging, supper and
breakfast. He pleaded guilty and was
sentencod to ono year ia the penitentiary.
The remainder el the day was consume Jy
the court in arraigning other prisoner ami
assigning counsel. Court adjourned to
meet again thia morning.
At a rneoUr-g of the' joint cornnvUVe of
the Are c.niit.r.";25 and Mystic Krew, held
Thursday cvenng, Mr. Charles Mason was
elected permanent chairman ; City Clerk
Dennis Foley, permanent secretary, and
Jwlgo F. BrosB, treasurer. The fire com
panies and the Krew have all approved the
former actions of their respectivecommitteos
in joint meeting assembled, ond have
given them lull power to act as they may
deem best in preparing for. the celebration.
Jonesboro Gazotte: "The 8t. Louis A
Cairo railroad company announce that they
will put in a switch at Hehenberger's mill
three miles south of town, and have named
the station Whitehouse in honor of the
good looking president of thq company.
We wero there tho ithor day. Mr. Hehen
bergcr has a largo quantity of fine lumber,
including some walnut of the best quality
alreidy for market, and many logs yet to
saw. He also, like all of his German
neighbors, has bis farm in first class condi
tion. He cultivates clovjr; all the stumps
are removed, and everything is in good
condition. Plaster, bb will be seen upon
his clover, is just the thing. He has a
fine, thrifty orchard. Most of his fruit,
especially the Ben Davis apple, will be a
full crop. Peaches are uninjured in this
Dr. Mareau has been confined to his
room bince Wednesday by a severe attack
gastrites, ho was much better yestorday
and hopes to bo able to attend at lus office.
Young Herman Sticher is said to bo
rapidly sinking and not expected to live
long enough to stand trial for the seri
ous off en so with which he is accused.
Alderman C. O. Patier is in St. Louis,
attending the reunion of the army of the
Tennessee whicli began thero Wednesday.
Hon. Harman II. Black, member of tho
Illinois legislature from this district, re
turned Wednesday from his long pleasure
trip to Florida. His health which was very
bad when he left, is much improved and
his physician cuntidciitly expects to effect
his permuneut cure.
Judge R. 8. Yocum has been on the sick
list, confined to his room, for several days
past. Ho is now improving and hopes to
be out in a day or two.
THE FARMERS AND THE LITERARY
A, recent issuu of the "American Agricul
turist" coutuius some insinuations reflecting
upon the character of tho Useful Knowl
edge Publishing Company, of New York.
They are insinuations ouly, no direct alle
gations being made. Their only fouuda
tiou is malice aud fear, on tho part of tho
Agriculturist publisher. The avoriujo cost
ol hooks published by tho Useful Knowl
edge Publishing Company, in proportion to
tlieir real value ia less Hum one tilth of the
Hvenij;e cmt of the agricultural bonks pub
lished by tho Orange Judd Co. Within
less thau three yeurs tho "Literary Revolu
tion' g:ivu tho American people over ono
million dollars' worth of the choicest books
the country ever Keen; more in bulk and in
real vuluo than Judd has given them in a
third of a century, and more than he would
Imvu givun them for live million dollars.
No class is abused more abominably by the
book publishers than tho farmers. 1 was a
farmer buy before I was a publisher, and
-know souitithiugof both sides. Twenty-five
I oars ago 1 was a uarolooted boy, driving
an ox breaking team through the huzol
brush and prairie grass of Iowa, and read
ing Grimshaw's "England," and "Tho New
York Tribunu" betweeu times nnd by tho
firelight at night, aud I got there a little too
much of "Useful Knowledge" und of
strength to allow baseless slander to over
throw tho enterprise to which I have given
my life. Judd shall realize his fenr that
tho Useful Knowledgo Publishing Com
puuy will publish agricultural hooks as well
us other books, aud it will notch aro, o $1.30
for a book that does not cost 1 Sets, to
manufacture. Iu rosponsu to pressing aud
almost distressing culls Irom all over tho
country, from farmers, farmers' boys and
toHcheis, it will also enter thu field of school
book publishing presently, and wo shall
sea what will become of the high prices of
tho rich and grasping publishers in that
fluid. Tho Useful Knowledge Publishing
Company does what Judd. and no other of
tho old line publishers do, its sends its books
to any part or the Unitod States, and allows
ptivifege of examination before payment is
required. It supplies Its agents with cop
ies of its cheap and beautiful publications
for distribution Mnong their customers, for
examination U their leisure, and allows tho
return of any books not wauled. Specimen
pages of its publications, catalogues, and
terms to club agents, booksellers, and can
vassers will be sent free upon request. Ad
dress tho Useful Knowledge Publishing
Company, 18 Vcsey St., New York. John
a. zvinwii, misiness Agent,
The "Trading" Eat.
An animal whoso instinct teaches ltto
give quiil jto quo should bo capablo of
a business education. Tho laat candi
date; wo should select for such schooling
iu tho thievish r:it; but now wo learn,
that thero aro rudiments of honesty and
fair-dealing in one species of even that
A curious statement h rcadeuboutthi
tr.iding rat, which is ono of tho uniquo
and interesting animals mot with in i"ui "
Rooky Mountains. Tho miners of tho '
region duokro that although thso rat
tmtor houses, camps and mines, and
take things that do not b.-loii' to t'nera, "
they uever take an artieU without lwav-.
Ing Botnothijig Itv its Uct. They cort
ijwt a li'aUti, and bunco their name.
, Thoy cuter dwellings at night and steal
anything they can find, carrying away
spoons, Knives and forks, but invariably
leaving a chip, stick or stono in place of
each article takon away.
Tho miners look upon tho uncanny
doalingjj of theso precocious animala
with superstition almost amounting to
awe, and toll many wonderful stories of
thoir finesse, and the length to which
they carry their depredations, but the
predominant quality with whioh they in
vest them U the f:u:ulty of trading or
exchanging alluded to.- Evening MaiL
m i m
Traveling in Europe,
Senator Thunnan, of Ohio, thus ex
pressed hinisolf to a friend regarding his
recent visit to Europe; "I enjoyed my
self very much, sir, very much, indeed;
but I have ono serious regret. I am
very sorry that I did not have an oppor
tunity of seeing Prince Bismarck and
tho Queen of England." "And why do
you wish so particularly to sec them?"
a.sked tho friend, in surprise. To which
the Senator, with a sly twinlilo in his
eye. but till with his utmost severity of
manner, answered: "Because, sir, after
seeing them, I might have been able to
tay that I had met two people in Europo
who did not want a sixpence from me!"
Dr. Lcnz, after having journeyed
through Morocco and Timbuotoo, Africa,
declares the great Sahara is not.a desert
at all; at no point is there a depression
below tho level of tho sea, as shown on
the map of certain geographers, and
which led to wild schemes of converting
the so-called desert into a great inland
A Popular Tunic
FOR WEAK LUNG a AND CONSUMPTION.
No preparation ever introduced to tha
American public, for the relief and cure of
cougns, uUis, sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of tho Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of tho disease, has ever met with tho
indorsements of phyncians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Rock and Ryo." Tho
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere aro the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and testimonals fromeverv
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, ore in
possession of tho nronrietors. and can ba
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ot its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary and super
tluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant tasto and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who aro afflicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re-
nei to uc secured oytho use ot Tolu, Kocjc
and Rye Chicago Times.
A GOOD BARGAIN l'
Will bo given some entcrprisoing man
in The ullletin Building, which is now
ull'ered for stilo on easy terms, long time
and low rato of interest. Tho building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings a three story 40x60 and a
two story 10 x 43. lias a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenuo and 150 feoton
12th street. If desired tho machinery, en
gine, boiler, &c, in tho 2 story building
will bo sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this olUcc, or John U. Oberly, Bloom
Extract. For persons suffering from
exhaustion of tho powers of tho brain and,
nervous system, from long and continued
study or teaching, or in those cases of ex
haustion from w hich so many young men
suffer, I know no better medicine for re-"
Btoration to health than Fellows' Compound
Syrup ol HypophoBphites.
Fdmond Clat, M. D.,
Pugwash, N. 8. , '
To all who are suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will euro you, frea
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envolope to tho Rev;
Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York
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Trouble Savedk v ,
It isa remarkable fact that Thomas'Ecleo
trice Oil is as good for internal as external ,
usa. For diseases of the lungs and throat,and
for rheumatism, neuralgia, crick in the
hack, wounds, and sores, it is tho beet
known remedy, and much trouble is saved
by having it always on hand. P. G. 8chub,
Agt. v i;-
To Persons About to Marry " '
"To persona about to marry," Douglass !
Jerrold'u advice was "don't;" we iupple
moot by tnyitig, without laying in o sup
ply of Spring Blossom, which cure olbu- ' ,
minaria and other kidney and bladder com
paioU. Price 50 cunts, trial bottles
cents. . P. G. Sehuh, Agt. . . - .; t. .'. , , ,3