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Tiil'iihday Evummo, June 22, IWJ.
Tlie weather Is clime, hot ami biiltry.
StoniiH of winl am rain are of daily oc
currence, mi l ln mure or lean d-tuia;,'" to
buildings ami k rowing crojm. A pleawint
briMZn prcvtilii from tluj Bouthweat, in tlio
hot intcrvftlet between storm.'', that temU to
render the heat eii'lurablo.
The market in morally dull Mid unaet
tie 1, witli a ti:irl'!iiuy to lower prices in
nearly all branches.
FLOUK Clioico and fancy are bcarcu
and in wmie demand, but as a rule the
market in very quiet.
II A V Receipt are liberal and the do
uiand liylit. 'rice are a shade: lower than
at the beginning of the week,
(JOHN Whitu iaiteady and in gund de
mand. Mixed in overstocked aud quiet.
OATS The market in full stocked and
extremely dull. Prices will go lower soon.
MEAL .Steady and unchanged.
15KAN Plenty and lower.
Ill'TTE It -Plenty and dull. The de
mand is exclusively for the retail trade.
EGOS Tli j demand i9 fair and prices
havi'!uen well sustained, but must, under
influence of hot weather, go lower.
CIIICKBXS-Steady and in fair de
mand at unchanged prices.
FRUIT Price rule without change,
and the demand takes all the small fruits
that come in. Apples only are dull.
POTATOES Now are plenty and easy.
Pricts are lower.
Sales and Quotations.
StOTK. The pilccs hurt- given are lor nalei" Irom
(lift Inn (In In round hit. An Unru It
eliarneU (or broken Iota in tlilliieirf1-i.
4 Various K'ades, ou order 5 iJ
.Ml bbis patent 7
loo bb'.s choice .. - -
I'M bbis. Kancy tt ''
lMU bbis. XX ...... 0
3 earn cIi.jHm timulby .... I
t tare priiaa IS
4 cars clink", mixed, in bulk on trk 71
a cars choice winte m bulk
i! cars choice mixed in bill i
U car rejected whi e lubJlk ... f'
2 ears cUolce In hulk on trsck (sold early) .VJ
7 car mned in bulk... . '
2 cara mixed in sacks del
No. 'i Med, . r bn I ''
No. i Mudileranetn '
ii iibls City 1 0.V&1 10
Sou Mils City - ' u
Hound lota "3
!n pounds strictly rholcu Northern Jir't'.'i
ikJ pounds Souther i llllnol" ..I'."j'fcl i
puiind choice northern packed J1
.'Wo poiludi" Soutlivrn Illiuois t'l
4'l (iiiirll II
&IKI dozen II
live choice U WKH 00
8 coo-a mixed and bna 'i 7Vft.'l t!S
8 coop choice hcim... :l 0 i"
8 cjop ch lce youns; - 61'
40'ii(,rttle Hcd l(an.btrie. 8 .VI
1 ihTHtea Dewberries S '0
Soil boxes peaches. 5""4l "
'.too boxes apples '.V-U
SO caoes cherries 'i b:t.'i
'1') bbls. apples ... .1. i 00
I'er luichol 1 "
N''v potatoes tier bhl. sontbcii II W
bunb Illinois 1 00
t.ltA N 1IKUKI ICS.
Ter bbl 1001
Per barrel 1 5H i
Tub waclnul :itlj li
UnivaHhcd... i 04l M
Tlines 1 J'
Druneud M 'U"!s
Plulll llll 111 S nolle
ti. C. Ilsius 1 1
( lour sides
bboillders ... 10
Bt. Johns ' M
Ohio Klvur . 1 40
SVi biiNliel biirlats
6 bushel " U
Oranges, clmicn per box.,., 4 Oil ill 50
Lumons choice pur box "itll i"
Peaches, halves and uuurlurs l.oA
Apples, bright Utf
('holes liavy 4 j.,
Uhului umciliiin . 4 oi
Choice, Kattory 11,11
Creuiu , ,x
Calf, Ureeu , , )n
Dry Kllnt choice yt(,t
(ireen Halt ji,
Sheep I'eltH, dry M 1 1,.17
Blieep I'i Its, green - rsul M
Common hu j i,t
Good hil's :j :,!-,(, im
fiwLcaf. , . ,, 4 ', mi
Medium Luaf,.,. , fj, i, n
Oo ;Louf h V'ii, b oe
HATI'.S OK Klli:Hili IV
(rain Hay Klmir 1'i.ik
Vcwt. V t. V bill, naiihl.
Me phis, 10 lr ;o in
1 v Or'tHlll I'i I', '.J :l 4''
llricna, Ark V$
VIckHliurg :y, is.", r..'V
Way ti'i 1, t,'
(inicral Dtdjiiity and Liver Coinplitiut.
It. V. Pierco, M. I).,l!ullalo, N. V.: Dear
SirMy wife has been taking your "Oolden
Meilicul Discovery" and "I'dh'ts'' for her
liver and geueul debility, nml has found
them to be good medicines, and would rec-
mend tle in to all Militant from Liver
Complaint, Sour Stomach, and (ieneral De
bility. Yours frulernallv. N. I'.. Harmon,
Pastor M. K. Cliiireh Klslili, III.,
A New G!;i,;s.
Kavs On-. cell's Loudon .f iiu :im -. A
tiew variety of gin, containing- neither
Hint, bora, lime, lead, nor nda and
pota-h, has been diseovered by a Vien
nese chemist. It resembles" ordinary
trlass in appearance, but posos.-e.s a
Lrighter lustre. It is eipiallv hard, can
bo linely polished, and is perfectly trans
parent, while it is insoluble in water,
and even in hydrolluoric acid, which is
now iiseil to engrave on common glass.
This last fact will doubtless render it
UM-ful for many technical purposes, as
also will its property of being fused to
the iJi.'tul.s zinc, bru.s.s, aud iron.
A little girl died in Iirooklvn from eat
ing molasses candy made n a cupper
"There's Money in It."
"I wonder." remarked a diner at a
restaurant csterdav, w ho pnusoWogive
his jaws a re-t from ,'Ui attack on a St,
Patrick chicken - "I wonder if there isn't
money in rai-ing chickens for the mar
ket? 1 w ish this heu were alive so that I
could get her view s upon the matter, for
she niut have had a long and varied
experience, with plenty of time for ol
servation. What's to "hinder a fellow
from hatching or:t,(NS) chickens
or, for that matter, any number, per
month. Willi care aud plenty of good
food they would be ready for the market
as spring chickens in two or three niont lis.
I Is-lieve there's money in it, and I'll bo
banged if I'm not half inclined to go in
to the business."
ifcour-e there's money in it," re
joined a friend sitting opposite, who
was vainly trying to rend thu muscle of
a drumstick. "1 Vtmw a man who made
1 ,M0 out of it over and above all cx
iM'nses, in a single summer, and nil that
lie had to start with was about titty old
hens and roosters, and half a dozen big
"That's just the i lea!" exclaimed the
fir.t f-pcaker, "that'! jiist where the
money-making comes in. He might
jut a.s well have saved the cost of keep
ing those old hens and roosters as not.
What they ate in a jear would have fat
tened l.O'aichickcns. An incubator can
beat a hen out of sight at hatehingeggs;
hutche.i iii arly every one of thein; ami
the eh'u kens are stronger than those
hatched by a hen, for th" heat is con
st ant and regular. That fellow could
have made -'.mh with an incubator."
"I'm not so certain about that," said
thf other. "You see, a sort of cholera
broke out among the chickens, and nio-t
of them died, lie didn't pay his rent,
and one day his landlord went over
then' in a tac and tired the man, hen
coois and all, out into the street. lie
sued the old man for damages in an ac
tion for trespass, and got a judgment in
his favor, Thai's how he nmde a thou
sand dollars by raising chickens," and
the fowl a-sault was renewed with high
er temperature and .signs of a calm.
Jklroit 'nc ''( K-i.
P.ayard Taj lor was a man who mado
many friends; he wa.s loyalty itself in
his tender devotion to those ho loved,
lie is spoken of to-day, ami will be spok
en of for j ears, its a man who is person
ally missed, Kverything that touches
his life is of interest to many people,
.There camo the other night to the ex
hibition of his sketches the best element
in journalistic and art circles. I saw uu
ohl-school-jotinialist, a man who belongs
to the old generation, a white haired
little man who is saturated to the heart
with Knglish poetry, a man who at his
best writes poems "that will h've, nnd at
his worst writes wretched literary pad
ding for the weakest of our respectable
dailies, a man who would be great if it
was not for the haunting dinner pot that
must bo kept boiling at home; Imiw this
man stand with moist eyes before a most
characteristic likeness of Taylor, a pen-Hiid-ink
drawing done by his daughter.
The two men hud worked much together
in the old days, and had loved each oth
er fondly. lie knew, as many a man
there knew, how brave, generous nnd
loyal lbiyard Taylor was; how charita
ble towards the faults of others, how
strict with his own. These am the char
acteristics that Taylor's friends love best
to remember even his transcendent lit
erary fiuno, his great success, and the
many honors of Ids later life, necm as
trivial besido lhe.se golden memories of
the golden things in his character.
Hayard Taylor was a man, a big and
simple man, with tlio broad sympathies
that coino of strength. To lihs friends
ho gave of himself as few men havo
Mrs. Partington relates a very narrow
escape: "Ikouosan irrigating disease;
Charlotto Husso broke out all over him,
aud if he hadn't worn tho Injun beads
as an omelette it would doubtless havo
Folieenien are, always taking people
In, vet they boldom obtain prominence
CAIRO ItlirXKTtN: FRIDAY WORNINO, JUNE 23,
Longfellow's First Pooui.
When the great poet was I years old,
his rna.der wanted liim to write a coin
posiiion. Little Henry, like all children
shrank from the undertaking. Hi mas
"You can write can you not?"
"Yes," wrw the reply.
"Then you can put words together?"
"Then," said the master, "vou may
take your slate andgobchindtlie.scliool
hruise, and there you can li m I aometliing
to write about, and I hen you can tell
what it is, what it is used for, and what
is to be done with it, and that will be a
Henry took his slate and went out.
lie went behind Mr. Finney's barn,
which chanced to be near, ami seeing a
line turnip growing up he thought he
knew what that was, what it was for,
and what would he done with it.
A half-hour hud been allowed to lien-'
ry for his lirst undertaking in writing
compositions. Jo half un hour he car
ried in his work, u accomplished, aud
the master is said to have been affected
almost to tears when he saw what little
Henry had done in the short time:
Mil. m.VKV'8 Tt ll.MP.
Mr. Kinney h,nl a turnip,
A lei it trrew, Hint It mow;
Atel It er-w t - t , 1 1 1 the burn.
And I lie turnip did no buriu.
Ate) it irrew, and It prcw,
Till It could urow no taller;
Then Mr. Kinney took it up
And ml it in the cellar.
There It lay, there It luy,
Till it Iici'hii to mt,
When his dauubterSiisle washed It,
Aud sne put it in tbo pot.
Then ho boiled It, and boiled It,
Ah loinr as hn uhh able;
Tin -U Ins daiik'hler Lizzie took It
And she put It on the tublo.
Mr. Kinney nnd his wlfo
li'iih sat down to sup,
And they nte, and itiey nte,
I'ntll ihcy Klu the lurmp up.
A Mistaken Mother!
The wife of a Pittsburg physician has
eloped with a drunken, worthless fellow,
and her li'-yenr-old boy is sobbing and
moaning himself to death and cannot bo
soothed or (piloted. He will not eat or
sleep and keeps saying: "If I could
only see mammy once more", I will ho
satisfied." 'Jhe stricken father savs:
"If she wants to see her boy again, s'he
had letter return at once, but she must
come alone. Sho w ill not be banned or
detained. I make the oiler that the lifo
of my son may ho saved."
In the olden time Indians used to visit
Washington arrayed in their war attire,
with their faces carefully painted, and
large audiences at tended their "councils"
The Washington correspondent of the
Poston Journal writes of one of the last
of these "councils" as follows:
The last council was held in a church,
the Indians occupying a platform in
front of the pulpit, while Secretary Pon
isset sat. there representing the President.
The principal speaker was Keokuk, one
of the Sacs, a tall, broad-shouldered man,
who.se expanded chest and muscular
limbs denoted great muscular power.
He stood erect as he spoke, with his
blanket thrown over his left shoulder
and arm, leaving the right hare for ges
ticulation, lie spoke with dignity, but
great animation, aud some of his retorts
"They tell you," he said, "that our
ears must be bored with sticks, but. mv
father. u could not penetrate the thick
skulls of the Sioux in that way it would
rcpiire hot iron."
"Tiny tell you that peace has been
made ami that we have broken it. How
happens it then that so many Sioux
braves have been slain in our country?
I will tell sou they have invaded us;
we never invaded them; none of my
braves have been killed in their lane.
Wc have their scalps and we can tell
where we took them."
lied Rulden and Cured.
W. E. Huestis, of Kinporia, Kansas, says
that his wife had been sick nearly seven
years, and for the hist lour months bed rid
den. She has been treated by u number ot
physicians nnd only grew worse. Her at
tention was called to Dr. Pierce's "Golden
Medical Discovery ''and "Favorite Prescrip
tiwi," which she cemiuenci d using. In one
wcik she could sit up, and in three weeks
could walk allot. t. lly Druggist.
t'ree of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection ot tho Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at George K. O'Hara's drug
store ami get a dial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, f'reo of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
Thomas Eelcetric Oil has obtained great
popularity, from its intrinsic value as a
reliablu medicine, in curing hoarseness and
all irritations of the throat, diseases of tho
chest, etc. For these it is an jncoinparahle
pulmonic. 1'nul (I. Schuh, agent.
Thousands of ladies cherish grateful re
membrances of the help derived from the
uso of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. Nil Pospcramlum.
When your girl gives you thu mitten, nnd
you feel your heart is broke,
Don't give way to black despair, but treat
it as a juke.
Get your health in first clnss order, a bottle
of Spring Blossom buy,
And gaily join a singing class, Bud for
another sweetheart try.
Price Ml cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
PaulG. Schuh, agent.
I)H. Kl. INK'S filtlCAT NttHVK HusTOHKB is
tho marvel of tho ago fur a'l nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Phihidelpia, Pu.
Kidney Complaint Cured.
11. Turner, Koehestcr, N. Y,, writes : "I
have been forever 11 year Buhject to serious
disorder of tho kidneys, ami often unablo
to attend to business; I procured your Bur
dock Blood Bitters and was relieved bo
fore half abottlo waa used. I Intend to
continue as I feel confident that they will
cutirtly cured uio." Pricu $1.00. Paul
Q. Lchuh, agent.
A Couirh. Cold or .Sore Tin tint
should be stopped. jNcglccr. frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or 011
sumption. Browu'a Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsanis,.but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, t'outjhs, Catarrh, and
the ThroHt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troche havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect salihfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire peiierntion, they have attained
well merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
An old gentlerian in Maryland said he
had raised his family on "Sid lets' Liver
Pills," and considered them almost as essen
tial to a family as. bread. That's true.
T11 K Count and Li'sTitK ok YoiTii are
restored to faded or gray hair by the use of
Parker's Hair Balsam, a harmless dressing
highly esteemed for its pet fume and purity.
A GOOD liAUOAIN
Will be given some cntorpriscing man
in The iilu.kiin Building, which is now
offered lor talc on easy teims, mug time
and low rate of interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildingN-a thiec story .10x00 ami a
twobtory llix-11 lias a lion'iige of fit)
feet on Washington avenue and I Vlfceton
12th Btreet. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac, in the 2 story building
will be sold with if. For particulars ad
dress thi.s ollice, or Jol u IP Oberly, Bloom
Biicklcn's An lea salve
The Best Salve in the orbi for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt lil.cutn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2" cents pur box. For S'de by Gi:o. K
Bo Not Pe Deceived.
In these times of iptack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to Undone remedy that is wot thy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouJi for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaints, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a tiial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Geo. E. OThra. (b)
Indian Blood Syrup.
sj PvMX'jisin, Uvcr bis.
eases. Kevcr ami Amie
lb-art lis'itKi, Itilniiis
liess, Nervous Peliililv
THE DEST REMEDY KNOWN 10 MAN!
tvclve Thousand Mottles
Sold Since ll0!
inn. svrtii poHiiiiii varma tiroiertii's:
iilntcf the ptvttllno lii tin- milva, which converts
iiki siarro ana vngar ur (ho fixid into kIhchhu. A
detlcli'Uiy in ityalinc chiim-m ulnil hiiiI Miurinu 11I
thu food Id tli Hliiiiinr.li . If the medlcl 1 j M(in
Imtiitdlatuly after eating, tho fermentation nl In, d
Ih jin vuiitou.
it arts 11 pen tlifl Liver,
It arts iiiiiii the Klilni'js,
It ltt'Klilates the HiovcIh,
It rtnllli H the Itlood,
It yillcts the NcrvotiN System.
It I'rnmiitcK Digestion,
It NotirMicN, Ntri'tiirtlii'iia and Invigorates,
It Carries ell' the Old Wood anil makes New,
It Opens the I'iuph of tliti Skin ami Induces
It tiiilrull,t.n thu hereditary Inuit, or polmm in
the Mood, which (eni ruieM Scrofula. Krvslpulaa,
and all uiaiuiur of Hklu DiHuacua ami Itiiuriial liu
niorii. Theru aro no apirlla employnrt In it maim fad tiro
and it ( an Imtakru hy IhuinoHt didlcatu bane, or by
the iigi'O and feeble, raro only heliiir required In at
tuutii n in direction!.
Oalva, Henry Canity, Ilia.
I wile miflVrliii rrmu Nick lloadnche and 1).
ticsa o thill I could Hot nlloiid to toy hoiiaehiild die
tloa, and a Hlnn t trial of Dr. Clark Julmaou's Indi
an Wood Hyrup fUermnllv cured nu.
A! Its LIKLICN KI.KINS.
Wutunniiu Siallon, DeKalli Co., Ilia.
Thl Ip to certify that Dr Clark Johnson' Indian
Blood Syrup ba cured moot l'aln In thu Muck. 11
le a valuable niudlcluo. M Us Wool),
Ontro Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thin U to certify that I wan allllctud with rnltn
tatloti or thu iluart for many years I Irled dlilrr
utit doctors, whnsu prescriptions tended morn to
weaken mu llian they did lo truUKlhen. I a,, last
res Ivod to try Dr. Clark Johnson' Indian lllood
Kyi up, which proved to ho a positive turn- not oie
ly cumin tho Heart Dlvuaxe, but also a hick lleud
aca which had been Ironhliiu; me,
I was afflicted with Llvtir Complaint and Dyspep
s a and failed to gut relief, althoiuth usliiu nnidl
cliios from our best doctors. I commenced linluu
Dr. Johnson's Indian Wood Hytnti, andashort trial
cured mu. i W. KISlNtl. Molliie, 111.
This rurtHles that Dr. Clink Johnson' Indian
Blood Syrup ha ell'ectnally cured me r Dyspepsia.
Too much cannot tin said In praise oMt.
W. K. W1MMKK, Modford, Mo.
AvonU wanted for tho salo of tho Indian lllood
oytno 111 1 evury town or vlllami, In which I have uo
Uont. Particulars Rlvon ou appllcatloa.
bUUUUI&Tt) tUChL IT.
Ubratory 17 Wvat lid it., N. 1 . Cllr
OVCT 2.01)0.000 Itnttliu
llirout, c tiel ami Iiill'h --.iiima,
r or ro li'liti. rn 1 st uitm t htLui i......t. 1. 1. ..... t
.... , . "", uivm, iiiiip, aniiiina, uncuill
Ihroat, clivHt and Iiiuuh . .
Balsam of ToJu
bin It has never been so a,lvnlai;eoiisly compounded as ii
IP Ion to tin HootlniiL' Billfnniir t,riM,ril... n un...i. .. .i,n
syso in iiftiTlhc couh has been rulieved,
J-ri'i; T V JN OL'AKT SIZK UOTTLFS FOR 1
f ' A I TT I ( ) f U," mt ,IC ,l, -'ve(l by dealers wlu.
1 1 . , i I'laceof our Tula, Kock and Itye, wl
h lnuine ha. a privaMi fi p?,,rl.rrV iiimpon
v JJkiwusth, (iuockks
mu ioi,i,,not,iv anu Hir,uj,
1'ulit Initial Monthly, Prim $.1.Ml i i
No. 1 (New Scries) Contains
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(w rtli, :.l.:i--"Mil; ,V- i'i,,, J. M. ,,ri,
Olfii .h l li .j. Mv fUbv Jtkliards.
f l.ille ISiril- tjn.iitut Sin.irt
The l.nvei--,' I- ir, vell-lu.irUt . W.
Illicit l-.v.- .ill. I .irwcll.
O n . 11 ol llenris -tiavoiir . . liit Itfeld.
II" "I ami 'I nc Cialop lour JI.ili.U .llender.
New Years' (on lieir Polka .... Eisrnhorn.
Von Steuben'-, tiiaml March Driller.
A I rial Irlu-Nos. 1 ami 1 mailed po-.t paid, on receipt of cl.s., (,r lour 111011II1.1 for.fi.ro.
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EVERY ONE m
Will jet. valiiallo informa
by sending for circular to K. TOUHJKE, Boston,
! lMl'KOVKIl ROOT IIKKIt '.(
lmckai'u niukea & ullona of a ileli.
cioiiH, whoUsomu, sparklini; temperance bev
era"'e. Ahk your (Iruueixt. or nent bv mail for iCic.
C. E. UIUEs. :) ..Ilela. Ava , I'htlada.
C!')()l'r week ran bu made In any locality.
'.'"V'Homelhinir entirely new foragutit. 3 out nt
free. . W. INOKAHAM CO., Iloston, Maav
500 KEWAKI) !
Stillman's KLIXIIt ov LIFE
A )urely ViKdabu lllood Purifier, and truaran
leeil in rure!i:cai"e In leu, or money refurded
111." above, reward will te paid for a remedy which
will cure as many caco of Malaria, Kever and Ac",
Dyspephin, ltiii'innatiNiii, Catnrrh. I.iver und Kid
nev InsenscK. iii.nsi hnttlea sold 011 lis nieriti",
without advertlslni;, in seven yours If bilious,
Unu'Uld, anil onr ainbltlnu is tone, lile Is looinv.
Tr one liollio. It will convince you of il super!
01 it y over anv oile r remedy . It you have anv Uu
mors of the Skin or lilood, from whatever menu,
ili a Elixir will cure. It when all other remedies
have lulled. A-k your ilru;;u'lt fur It. Trice $1
limit-- A t-Jdollar lioitle sent by express pre
pad. M I d by A. I.. bTILI.MAN iV. I'd , Now
V'irk CtrcularH free. II. C. WII.I.AKI), Uen'l
Aireiit f. S. aiol Canada, Troy, N. Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
IU001I. anil H illrniinildtnlvrlntiiirn tlln lilnnit inllunn.
tiriisvHt,m ill three iiion Ilia. A ny pnrmiti wlio will laka
1 iilliieli nichtfmm 1 to 1 U wi'eksniny bo ri'stnied
tommiiil beallli, if mh-Ii I lima Im hnhiIiI. hull! v
vrywhern, or wnt, liy mail fur r Idler Mum pi I. ti.
JollhMJN .1 Co., lioMuu, Alaius, luiuii rly Haiior, Mu.
!iiS''uN' 11 """"iv curs rorall Dnehariros.
Stlummr. BiimrtniH t"il J'liiiii'iil Bcnautioua of tn
SI OO per liottlo, For sale by all dni,,
trlsts. or aont bv Kxnreaa unit
ci'iolnr iirl f. JOHN I). PAUK ft. BON!
lTftmul 1 V7 Svcaoiorn Hi OINCINNATI'
OHIO. I'luuie uieiiiion Oils miner. A '
rnrSnleby IIAIi'.'l AV IIKO'S. Cairo. llliniiH.
,T)R. KLINE'S GREAT
I Nerve Restorer
fur nil IImiim imii Mmuvk
SOlSKi 'It?. ONIVM MKi'l'MK nH N'Ktlt K ArrKIS
I IllMs I-'iik l-'i'il i:i'-v iff I XV A I I fill L' II 1
- - Kiiiiiin.i.iiinaKu
.'Id lilrttl tl 1. AoWl.Mf, f liaf i.iIi'h t.Mm Tp.H.,i k
$1 trmi bottlti fre to fit l'oii,tfiy pnvinft fxprttm
' turttt.'"!! iK.i.wtn-n rM!'ivol. tui inntitH,lMt.nii
mprt i'lir" of tflltrM Ui 1k KI,1NK,U,( Ari'b
st.,riii)'l ,.v- lirutt. brum v uui.
Havo Signed or Endorsed the
Mooarg.Seabury & Johnson, Mannftustur
ing Chemists, 21 Piatt St., Now York i
0ntleuen :-For the past fow years w
have sold various brands of raro us Flos
ters. Fbysiolans on! Uio Publlo prefer
jnprinoTr!rTHn to all
othors. Wecousldsrthoinoneof tnevery
few rollutlo houaohold remedies worthy
of oonfldonco. They are superior to all
other ForouM Flusters or Liniments for
Bonwon'a Capclnw Flrtwt,r la a renulre
Farmaoeutleal produot, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognised by
physiolans and druirgists.
When other remedies fall gel ft Ben
son's Capolno Piaster.
Tou will be disappointed if yon M
cheap FUstors, Linlmonta, Fads or Bleo
trioal Btagnetio toys.
MEAD'S MsdlcaUd CORN end BUNION PUSTER.
1 1 y s
pneuinonia, conauuintloii and all disease oftha
1 l:i alvweH been ( ol'ihomit Importnn,
weapon- ulcld.d hy thu medical lacnlly
iiuaini'l tliu niciciai tiuuMs nf C itflis, C'nidii.
llrom liilis, Acthiiia, Sure Throat, Cotn-ump
tillll 111 lit' il f'illiflll 111,1 U.lv,ll,r.,,l u(.....u a.,..
,0"'C' ' ,""ld np "'
FA MIL V I'SF. I'IfU'F. 55l .f)0 M
wlio try to (ml rii oil upon you Kock and Kvu'lu
"hlUu."'1" " '"" '""V mM m
rriipnrtors, 41 Uivir .street, ChicnKo, 111.
null Olliri, V IlltU);!!, III.
and Dkai.i ks Kvkuywiikuk.
annum JW-jki of. Shiflo Son. SO rt.
No. 2(Kew Series) Contains
I'd be a Ibilli rllv 'smiir Hirhanl. it
lib, (ii nlle I'.inl.s 'I'ciinr Soni, . . Dennett. 40
I lir Ciistie l.ivivw Hint Willi'in'4. ir
1 nc n.in 1 11 111. or mix, voices. Ixreui, r.
'1'tee.' Ii.iur, Un irt, I II11II.1I1.
Sp.uklin It, .1 nt v Wall. liaikcr.
I'icono t auk- Itl'itti,: !i lir. i.
Hoi:i accio .M.irrli l-'diir lt:in,k Mr. ..!.
'i 1. . 1. . . , . ' . . ''-7
Cliiini'iL; I1UU J'olka Jtanliaclxiii.
Stinl tor iur Il!'i',tr.itini iVicu VvA.
Thu I.inor tho II idy Is the brain ; thu
stoinaeh il in mil support; the nerves its messen
B"rs; thu bowels, tu kUietys nnd the pores Its
safeguards. Indigestion creates a violent revolt
anions thuft attaches of tho reual oruan, anil to
brine them back to their ilutr, there Is nothltiKltko
the reiiilatlm;, purl ; 1 0 1, 1 nvic;c-ai inu'. co..l!ne;op
craiion of Taiihnt's Ski.tkii Ai'ckkirst. It r"iii
ovates the sysleui and reclores to health both thu
bo ly and tin- mind
SOU) UV ALL DRl'GOIS TS.
III Hand China
Tea Sets. In-
cbmo slamD for
flU(J MIV Ilyou auttolearuTelera
AUiiiu iilljll phy in a lew months, and ha
certain of a slliiatloti, address Vulentiuu brothers,
A I'KI) C ATI.Of;TK
KlilCK. AMk.n m i."ii iii
tSiOl'S3SIS3 Avayiu'r4oro Pa.
University of irgillia.
81' MM Kit LAW IitTt'ltES (nine weekly),
bei 11 riih July, Issj. ntnl cinl :ih Septcniber.
Have proved ol hIkiiiiI tine, - lut, lo Muilunta, who
deHii:n to pursue Ibeirs.uilies nt this or oilier Law
hchool; r.'il. to those who prouosu to read privately;
and l"l, lo praetiiloiieiK who have not hail lliu a'd
vantii,"'ol systemuiir, liisiraetion Kor circular
apply d'. O. t iiiv. riiy ol Va.) to John II. ,M ismi,
I'rof. Com. und Stat. Law.
Of EVERY KIND CHBAPER THAN EVEB.
Rltlps.Sliot Oiiiih, KoviitviTN, Aiiiniiinltiou.
l lshlns; Tackltt, .Soiiu-M, N.-ta, Knives.
Ilnor,HknteH, lliiniiiiuoks, lc.
I.nrfco llluslnit.-il Htatoguo JKKEE.
GREAT. WESTERN" g"uN WORKS,
WANTED I l.inllesuiiil Gentlemen, trtenifaM
Willi lis to sell several la-fol llousehol.t
Arti. I.'s. 1'iollla Inren I.utmr la liKht.
J.aeluve terrllory (rlvn. NoeoinneUtioii.
Tenns IMieral. Clr hi-h KKKH. Addresa
llowltt Maiiufact'y Co., Hot atm, I'lttsburirh, Pa.
SwoillaU Iuaoot Puwdor Kllla
AND ALL TROUBLESOME VERMIN,
It will tlioriiiiebltr
n"d Hints, Hens, Llic'l'oliaeeo mid CottonWornis,
MOtll. etC. II HKJlfl" Kill-,. ,. I, .,,! u,,.l ..lln,,n it
will notpnlion Hiiiinnls or fowls. Sample-pack-aires
by mail :) eentN, iKMl-naiil. Staniiis taken.
lire 11 1 lira In.... Awnt Wanteil. AiMresa,
J. II. JOHNSTON, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BffCAof all kinds for salo vory cheap.
IWlCatntoguosfroo. Acblnw, RICHARD
III HULL ICQ, Dox 808, 1'ltWmrKh, Pa.
A New and Complete II did, fronllnu on Loves
gocuiid and ltallroad Mtroets,
Th Passtinr I) -tint of the Chtcaeo. Ht. Lonla
nil'' ,nw Orleunsi Illinois Ceiitral; Wabash, Kt.
I.otils ami I'aelllci Iron Mountain and Houthern,'
Mobllii and Ohio; t air and Nt. I.otiit Hallways
aro all Just aeross thu street! while thu tltoaiiiboat
Lainllnu is but one siiaru distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
l.ailtidry, llvdraullo Klsvator, Klortrtr Cull Hells.
Automatic Klro-Alarms, lli,lhs, ahsoluiely pure air,
purled sewerage and lompliit sppolntuietits.
Hunnrh riirtiintittiK" t perfect lurries; and an no
U I. PAltlCKH to CO.,Lssw
unut n HiiTint v