Newspaper Page Text
AjARS ND Uli
(TRYING TO MOID D0Wt.Vf
fJjvVtARL BAKING POWDEtt
it.- iVvi n ?t-
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
, SIOOO. Given
Iramm or any InJiiriiiiissiil'sLuit'eHtNm he found
In AndrowN' VchtI linking Powder. In pes
lively PURE. llt'lni! endorsed, mid ti-limnninl
wwivctl Innn wirli ( ii'iitl ikm . J ti iv liny, llo.
ton: M. iN'liiliiMliiliic, ol ( lilciiii: timl lliiMuviu,
B'mIo, MilMii'ikeo. Never wilil in lnilk.
. C. E. ANDREWS CO.
CTTTOAGO, JV1 UjW'AUKER,
' MuIiIkhii Av. liv.i A, 1".I K. WiiUT
Kvmv Cormit Ih winiunti d .ilin
factury to itu weiiivr in 'V'iy wite,
ir tho money will 1'e ri'liiiiiU-il hy
tin- permm from whom it wns Imiiutil.
Tlii'inlv('ret iirmiiiien'i'l hv mil- timlini; pl.v li-bn
Bill Injl'rtnua to the i nlvi , iiml ml' t-i il IiuIh'i l
tlw " iiut omir.uiii.lilo iiml p oo.-i hllli'ii Cornel ever
Hindu I'UU'Kh, iy Mull, l'(Mliire I'uMi
Health Pn-arrvln I.'.O. Help AiIIh-Hmj, 1.60
Akdomlnul (etr hrntjr) 2.. Nur.liiir. I &o
Health I'rrM-rvltiir Ittne eniilll) V (III. 1'nrnnoli
formic by li'Uillim Iteliill leli r i r here.
CHICAGO t'OllMl-T CO., C M(.!io, 111.
Conceded" to Musicians.
A party if gentlemen lit a club tho
other evening wcii) t'lnlciivnrin U lo
ciJo what r fssi thiI jum ijilo aro tho
most likely to dNpanic one another. A
lawyer sucr.tcil jourualils. A jour
Enlist hii'cstcd artists. An actor ciniin
wi that actors were! not to bo counted.
Finally it was decided that the honor bo
longs to musicians.
Superstitions About Lns.
Curious sujii'i-.-titioiH prevail in Knjr
land as to the rclalinii lietwerii heesand
their owners. A writer in Ctis.-irtr
Mmjit'ini' mentions several of iIicm1 fan
cies as follows:
"All of 'ein dead, -if -all the thirteen.
What a jiity it is!?
"What's a pilv. Mrs. -i' Wlio'.s
"The 1 s, to be sure, sir. Mrs.
Wank, when she buried her husband,
forgot to give the bees a bil of mourn
ing, and now. sir. all the bees be dead,
though the hives be pretty nigh full of
honey. What a pilv 'tis folks will be so
Mrs, continued to cNpkiin that.
whenever the owner or part-owner of a
hive died, it was reiiii.-.iic to place little
bits of black si u IV on the hive; otherwise
the bei;s would follow the example of
Mrs. s lnebaiid, who listened
while this scrap of folklore was bring
I'ouinniuieateil hv his w ile, now added
"My wife, sir, lie idwavstalking a lot
of lion-senses, sir; bill I his a I ii the
bees is true, fur I've -eed it myself."
'I'his I'u.stoin of putting the hives in
Mourning is very common, ami jsstricl -ly
adhered to, fiom an apprehension ol
its omission being attended with fatal
At Clierry-liiii'lon, on a death in the
family, a scarf of black crape is applied
to each hive on (lie occasion of the fun
eral, and pounded funeial biscuit soak
ed in wine i-i ph I at the entrance to
"A neighbor of mine," says a writer,
"bought a hive of I s at nn auction ol'
the goods of a fanner who had recently
died. The lu es seeuicd very sickly, and
not likely to thrive, when my neighbor's
tservunt ' bethought him that they bail
never been put in mourning for their
"On this he got a piece of crape and
tied it to a stick, which be fastened to
Ihu hive. Alter this the bees recovered,
and when 1 saw them they wen: in a
very lloui i ihing slate a result which
was unhesitatingly attributed to their
having been put in mourning."
A curious siijii'i.-titioiis custom for
merly prevailed in Jievoiishiie of turn
ing round the bee-hives that belonged
to the decea ed if he had any at, the
tnomeiit 1 lie corp.sc was carried out of
Some years !ig, at the funeral of a
rich old fariix r, a jiainful circumstance
occurred. Just as the corpse was placed
ill the lieaise, and the visitors (a large
number) were arranged in order fur the
procession of the funeral, a person call
in! out. "Turn the I
A servant who had no knowledge of
mich a custom, instead of turning the
Live round, lifted them up, antllhcn
laid them down on their sides. The
bens, tlnm suddenly invaded, instantly
attacked mid fastened on tho visitors.
It was in vain they tried to escape, for
the bee precipitately followed, and left
their ating us marks of their indigna
tion. A general confusion took place,
and it was some time before the friends
of the deceased could lie rallied tugutu
i Ui urocccil to tlic interment.
t ill . Vk
Hornlilo Klury that in told of a We.illhy
rimily near Cincinnati.
Charles Dickens, in his "Tale of Two
Cities," tells of the doctor of Iteimvis,
how he suddenly disappeared from the
haunts of men, and none save those
who were conversant with the facts
knew whether he was dead or alive; how
he, tiftcr his imprisonment in the tower,
'or none knew what, was kept in a soli
tary t in because of his -Inn ing lost all
control over his faculties by his long
conliiieinent. A case similar in many
ways to t he conlineinent. in the solitary
room is said to exist within the corpo
rate limits of Cincinnati. According to
the statements of credible witnesses,
there lives in a handsome mansion on
Mt. Lookout a man wealthy in this
world's goods, surrounded by nil that
wealth can bring him. The father of
this man, now over HO years of age, it is
reputed, has for the past twenty years
I ll conlined ill the cellar of his soli's
residence. The old man is stone blind,
probably from his long coiilineinent in
the dark cellar. Why he is kept there
no one knows, except, as rumor has it,
that his .-.oil's wife bears him animosity
for some cause. Old and inlirm though
lie is, this old man is but scantily clad,
is fed on the leavings of the table, served
to him in an old. ruty tin pan, much as
a dog would be fed, mid as a return for
what he gels is compelled to i hop all
the kindling wood for the immense
house. There in the dark, damp cellar,
with barely clothes enough to keep him
warm, bare -footed and bare-headed,
this old man subsists on what he can
get -the scraps of the kitchen -ami of
tentimes he does not get even that, lie
being blind, can not go out of floors to
relieve nature, but lives iu his ownlilth.
It is related that last winter, when the
snow lay on the ground ami the ther
mometer indicated a temperature that
would nliuon tiee;e the marrow in a
thickly-dad man's bones, the old man
went out of doors, and of course could
not find the. way lotheoutlioiise. When
one of the servants volunteered to show
him tin; way, his daughter-in-law said:
"No. let him find his wa ; it will do the
old deiil good to .stand iu the snow
Another lime, when some of the ser
vn lit .; w tut) eating a meal in the kitchen,
tilt! old man t ame to the top of the cel
lar stairs, anil said he was hungry. I'p
on this the daughter-in-law ridiculed
him, and, closing the door on the old
man's head, pii -iied linn down the stairs,
saying he. could have nothing to eat be
cause of his asking for it. lie has no
bed on which to .sleep, such as a man of
his years shuuld have, but is given an
old, hard mattress -no pillow, and
scarcely any covering at all, - in the
laundry, which is, from the nature of
the work done there, damp and cold at
all tiiue.s. Never but oiiee since his
conlineinent began has he been permit
ted to gu outside the yard, and that was
when his grandson, who is very bitter
in his denunciation of the manner in
which his gram I fa I her is treated, gave
him w ill) which to take him to some
relatives iu Tennessee. The grandson
il'nl not know the old man was so blind,
and let him go alone to the river, where
he took a boat going up instead of
down. When the old man finally dis
covered Ium mistake lie jumped over
board, but was rescued mnl sent back to
this city , and his grandson hearing of it,
took 1 1 j iii hack to Mount Lookout, it
is a. sei ted by some who are actjuainled
with the facts, and w;hom a li?.itlc re
porter talked with, that his treatment is
.something terrible, and especially in the
house of his own son, who is, so to
sneak, rolling in wealth.
rrc-iih ni Lliot, of Harvard, has that
last best gift to man -tact. At one
time his students developed an unpleas
ant liking for sitting in large numbers
upon the fence that surrounds the col
lege yard. The President, not desiring
such a thing to become a custom, was
at, a loss bow best to break up this prac
tice. At la-l, one evening, as he was
walking along the sidewalk, and the
students were sitting on the fence sing
ing, etc., the 1'rc: ident said: "(ientle
Men, allow me to congratulate you on
having adopted the Yale custom." lid
sas never troubled afterward by stu
dents silling on the let ,
A Good Btory.
Just cast your eye over this story
which we heard "noratcd" on board
the old steamer (ilobe, coming from
Hull'alo, just twenty enrs ago. Our
traveling companion was a Canadian, a
jolly fellow, w ho loved a joke, told a
good story, feared (iod, ad mired the la
thes and whs wit hnl an abominable
stammerer. We hadn't been long aboard
when the Captain called our attention to
a remarkable looking individual seated
nt the other end of the cabin whom he
declared was the ugliest looking man
that ever lived; whereupon our friend
from over the lino offered to bet the.
di inks he had seen a worse tine in the
steerage. The bet was taken, nnd off
he started to I'md his man and bring
him up for comparison. He found the
fellow who was a bit of a wng, as an in
tolerable homely man is apt to be, and
with the promise of a "nip" readily
gained his assent to the trial. As they
entered tin! cabin, Kaiiuck with an air
of conscious triumph turned to direct
attention to his champion, when ho
found him trying to insure success by
making faces. Sl-st-st-st-op! said he,
tio-noiie of that. Slay just as (iod Al
mighty made you. You ca-ca-can't be
beat. And he wasn't.
In Pennsylvania, a man jumped oil'
at a station while a train was moving,
because it did not stop when it should,
and had his fool crushed. The Supreme.
Court o the Slate has just decided that
hi: ought not to hae jumped, and that
was sidlif icut negligence on his part to
defeat his ihjht against the railroad.
Old inhabitants say it used to bo so
cold in this country that a hole punched
in the snow would freeze, so hard that
long after the spring sun hail melted the
Know away from around it, the hole
would bo left sticking up. Some folks,
perhaps, won't want to believe this, and
they needn't if they don't waut to.
A man May posscus nine virtues and
not attract tho least notice; but let him
como out of a Imer snloon munchinsr a
....i...i..i. i i j .ij
n.oiun tun, nun uvv nuuiinm um mains
will attend tho next wwing circle wi
fresh subject of debattv.
DAILY CAIRO HULLKTIN: .SA'nJKDAY MOIININO.
If Nearly Dead
after Hiking annul highly pulled up htull',
with lung tcHtiumniulH, turn to Ilnp Hitters,
slid huvu no lear of Hny Kidney or L'riiuuy
Troubles, Itrigbt'a Dihoiihc, Diabetsor Liver
Complaint. These discuses, ecu not rcsiht the
curative power of Hop Hitters; besides it is
the best family medicine on earth.
A Queou's Courtesy ,
The Queen of Itclg'mm showed tho
other day w hat grace ami gentle courte
sy adds to womanhood. In the Hue
Uoyale, as a cabman was waitingon the
stand, sealed oil his box, a sudden gust
of w iud carried oil' his hat and sent it
daucing along the street, while he, un
able to leave his horse, was gesticulating
frantically to passers by, who, insensible
to his appeals, were enjoy ing the scene.
Jiisi then the Queen drove past in her
poiiy-chaisc, and, seeing the poor man's
distress, she slopped and ordered a
groom to get down ami run alter the
hat. Her majesty waited till it was
brought and restored to its ow ner, who,
now more embarrassed than before, did
not know how to express his gratitude.
She then bowed her acknowledgements
of the awkward attempt he made locoti
vey his scum: of her condescension,
touched her horse and drove ')'. having
given a lesson to the crot-fallcii crowd
ot by-slanders, which is to be hoped Mr.
not. lust on them.
The death of Darwin has broii;:hl out
in a striking manner the sileni revolu
tion that han occurred iu the world of
thought during the past twenty-one
years. Who would have imagined,
nearly a tpmrier of a century ago, that
the author of the Origin of Species by
Natural Selection" would be buried in
Westminster Abbey and llrnt eulogies
would be pronounced regarding his
character and career by di;,'. itaries of
th.j Church of England:-1'
Attrition, Kailioad Men!
"I mdl'eitd for nioiu than u year with iu
dijjcution. I was wiy bilious, occasionally
having a dumb chill, followed by fevers,
which prostrated inc. I took Simmons
Liver Kcguhiior, and am thoioughly sutis
tied that it is all that is recommended for
indigestion hikI bilious complaints, for mine
was ccitiiiiilj a stubborn ciise. Jinny of
my friends speak of it, and they all agree
that it possesses nil the virtues you claim
for it. "A. 11. Ilightowcr, Conductor C
K. K., tiu."
Ir is wuutii lUiMKMiiEiiixtj that nobody
enjoys the nicest buriuundinys ii in had
health. There are miserable people about
to-day with one foot in the grave, when a
bottle of Parker's (Singer Tonic would do
them more gooil than all the dis tois mid
medicines they have ever tried. Steady.
Allen's Drain food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative origans. 1. 5 for $5. All
druggibts. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 'M!i Fiist Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Ifiucbiy Bros.
Over 200,11(11) Howe scale have been sold,
and the demand increasing continually.
Borden, Sclhck it Co., agents, St. Louis,
It) flic Opinion of Physicians,
teeth that are becoming defective or are
insullicieiitly cleansed, infect the food nnd
unlit It for the digestive process. Health,
tuercfore, us well ns personal attractiveness
is promoted by the use. of Sozodout, pure
in composition, agreeable in flavor, prompt
and edict live in its purifying action, and
economic, since only a few drops upon the
biush arc needed at a time. The popular
ity of this sterling preparation is based
upon long tested and professionally recog
Tii k Voltaic Uici.t Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dyes Celebrated Electro vol
taic Drlis and Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days to men (young or old) who
are almctcd with Nervous Debility, Lost
Vitality ami Manhood, and kindred troubles,
guaranteeing speedy ami complete restora
lion oi neaiiii ami nianiy vigor. Annress
as above. N. 15. No risk is incurred, ns
thirty days' trial is allowed.
A Popular Tunic
KOUWKVK LUNllS AND l.'ONSl'Ml'l ION.
No preparation ever introduced to Un
American public, for the relief and cure ol
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption m the incipient or advanced
stages of the diseiise, bus ever met with the
indorsements of pbyi ieians or patients us
the celebrated "Tolu, Uock and Kye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
men di. Litters and tc.sliuu.nals from every
titartcr of the country, attesting tin: slim
lilating, tonic and healing cllects, are iu
possession of the proprietors, nnd can be
adduced to convince the mHt skeptical
reader ol its inlrim-ic virtues, further
commendation j unucecssnry and super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are nlllicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to bo secured by the use of Tolu, Hock
and l!yc.--1 Chicago Times.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viollmtif ytnitliliil Innirinleiioii onimtie; Titihs.
turn Imvhv, NetviiiiH IMulity, Lent MniilinH, ft'-.,
ImviiiR ton! In vain every known rem ily, ha tlm
oivfrril i Klinile Hell cure, whiih tin will H' lul WIN?
to lot I'll" HiilVieni. niMrcxH .1. I), HI ; l,
'r i.nii-nii Kt . v v.
U RAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK. Tho Went EriL'-
llnh remedy, An
niiliiilliii; runs lor
I'lilem-.v k.hI all
illHeain Hi HI lolow
UN it HeIU!lit:0
Before Mug m
M'il-FP U V1PHIII,
nl!nir iIIhi Hitn limt
, tireiiiniiirfl cihl But', nnrl ninny
I lead In lUKkiillv. CoiiHliilititluu
or a priMnutnrv crnvti,
I Full l.flrlil illnra In
dt'Mri! tii i nenil freo uv mull to everyone. ItTThu
tref tllC Medn li;,, I,, H(), )V ,rKl.( al ti ,,r
i.tirKiiire, or U iui-km-ei lor .'i, or will bcm-iit froe
UV mall ou Ituiipt nl the iiiniiev, hv nddreHKltiir.
TUA UltAY MKIltriNK CO.,
. , llurri.o, N . Y
On accetnit or nnititcrfelln, wu looo mloptoi! the
Yellow wrapper; tint uulv ki.'UiiIiib. Uuiiiuntiiei"
of cure IhiiuiiI 4 .
Hold In dorotiv P. U. Hill I'll.
ii'mVkuIu AkoiiU, M'jrrlcU l'luiuuor & Co.,
CliillK and Fever,
rlllliliMiiiR Liver ItefOI
liilor miiiii lireiikit li t)
eh 1 1 In nml rurrli'M tin
fever otll ol llieHVHtein.
1 1 nire when all other
K r tliti rulle.r and t urn
of (IiIb dlHlrittmliii; (I in
cline line Si in iiioiih Li v
Tin- Itce-nlRlor will poillivly turn Oils terrible
iliHciiMi, We nnnerl inipliatii ally wliat wu know to
Hhiiuti Hnl lie rci'iuded iih ll trilling uillneiit. Na
ture ilemttinlH tin; lltiinint ri'KUliirilv of the lio.veln,
'I lierelnre iiskIhI tl.'llure liy liiklliir Hmiliiitiin Liver
Keciiliilnr. II Ih Ii or im I t-fH. mild mitt ill'ectilal,
One or I wo lulilenpoiilifillM w ill relievo nil tho
truiihleii Iiirlilent lo a tilthum Hlule. hiii Ii nn Nannea
UizzliienH, l)rowliit'nii, I Oct rcc r tiller eultni;, n hit
ter 1 Hi ft lltste III Hie llllilllll.
reiMih limy nviiid all ml in kn liy orrnhionnlly
tiiklni' ii ilium til Minimum Liver Hcmilator lo keep
I lie liver In healthy iirtlnu.
HA 1) HKKATI1!
u'eiierully nrthini.' fr nn n dlstirdereil ntiimiit'li, run
In- coi reeled liv Inking .siiiiiiuiiih Liver Ki'Kiilator.
SimiiiniiH Liver lleciilal renon eimliciitcH tlilit dls.
t-iiae Innn tin' h. en in, lenvlnj; Hie eklii clear and
free lioin nil IlliplliilleM
( hllilri-n Kiillerliu; llh t ollc. ixioii i-.m rleiii e re
lit I when Siiiiiiiniir Liver Ki'Diiliilnr ih uiliiiiiilxler
ed. AiIiiiIk iiIbu derive treat hnielil from thin
liiedltine. It ih mil tmpleaiouit; il it liarinleliK
and ellerli. 1'urely veMalihi.
DIvADDMH iSc K1DNKY8
Mont of i ho dlneaneiiol the Madder originate, from
tlnine ol I lie kidiieyn. Kenton the ariimi of the
liver lully mid ImiIIi ilie kidneys and hlatUUr will
lie rt rliiled.
rTakt uulv tin ti'iiiiine, wlilt h alwn.vn him on
the riiiier the red ', trade mark and clunaiiire ol
.i.ii.zi:iijn fe co.,
l"ur nu!e by all driiKirlnis.
h ft )iYWTp
If you mid'or Irom d vfpepnla, line
llt'RIMH'K Hl.dOll lim'EUS.
If you are alllit led wilh hilloiinnenn, line
lit lilini K III.IKU) 1IITTKUS,
If you are proMrati'd with nli k hi atlai ae, take
m UDOi K Ul.ddl) liHTKHS
If your bowel u aio dlnordered reoiilale llient wliti
llfltLdCK DI.OliD iirrTEiw.
If your blnMd In ltntiiire. purify It Willi
ia UItoi K Ill.ltolJ UITTKKS
If you have Iridietlloti. you will Unci an antidote in
lil'KIxtt'K BLOOD MTTKKS.
It yon are troubled with pprinj; conipla utn, eradt
Irale them with IIUIlDOCK III.OOI) 11ITTEKS.
II your liver If torpid renlore ll to healthy anion
witk llUhliot K 1!I.(M)1) lUT'J KltS,
If your liver la aflerled you will find u nhure rentor
alive In IlL'l.'lint'K 1ILOUI) III PTE U.S.
If you have any cpecloH of humor or pimple, fall
riot to take lU'KDOl'K HLOOI) IIITTEKS.
If you have any ntiiiptoinn iif ulfurn or airofulour
Hures. ii curative remedy will be found In
lit'KIiOl'K lll.OOU 1IITTEKS.
Kor liiipiirlitii.' nt run Kill and vitality to the nyntem,
nothing eiui eiiual IlUItDOCK HLOOI) lilTTEKS.
For NervoiiH and (leneral llebillty, tone up the
oynteui with HL'ltlKifK liLlMJU 1IIT1 Kits
I'l.ll l $1 PKII II01TI.K ; TlllAI. Uon I.Krt, UllTM,
FOSTER, MI LIU J!NV CO., l'rop'is,
HI FKAI.O, X. Y.
Kor idle by r.fL(.i. SC'H (.')
Tnvrmlort of miinll nnd nieilimn
IIIIIIHIIIlH ill tioilll, I'rnVlhllltlH and
Stnekn IIH fully irntiietei iih looht
c (omhivkh iii 1 1 iiIIiiiiii tail operator.
(Ilir Hllt eenhllll, Inllv tileil n. us.
,.- uii'iisiioii ihiiii. iry ii. lti'Miita
WHtAT f l'"t Week lv.lllVl(h'lllHilldlllOlltl.
v. r-min in. nueo nir ('xpiitimuuy
I'irciiliirs Hiul imi't nconl, i iu b.
UK nit tin on Huh Inml ifi:i;.? per
hliiim AihlrenH r I.KMMINl; A
111 I! t A.I, II I 1 13 LuKitllu
M.i 1 lilcjito. III,
tir- Wu wan i. a livnl nyt'tit iii
every t.'wn. i:eelluiit linliieo.
tlll lllrt. riiliul iIV 1(1 U riHIMIHRi.
ii. eiiU ri'i isi uiiiu. Wrilo lor
jVivJ AilKST full Til K HAI.E or
(.'oli'it Dliir i;u(jlue
and Ulnrinc Engines
RNIilNKS A SI'KflAl.TY.
FARM KNUINKS, MAl'lUMSTS'
STKAM I'll, MI'S
OF ALL KINDS, ItlCLTlMi,
I'liUi'V anil tJcncral Sttpiilic.s.
No. 1J1, North Third Si rout,
(ollri, MiilIiii, M, iii-
i i, 1 1. e, riuiiiiiKi,!, nun
In.iny of llic best medi
cines known nia coui-
lunrdin I'.iikcr Gliijci
Tonic, inla a medicine
of mi li v.u ird powcri, na
r III. ilt! ll tha Kre.ituil
lHootl Turilirr and tha
llrM Health . INtro n k-th
llcslon r l.vor raeiJa
It cure Klieiim.itinin,
SlerplctMim, & diicacus
ol llio Mom.ali, llowclfi,
Luni!i. l.iver A Kulnevt.
ii.. a... fi ...j
llitlrr), fiinger Kucncea
and oilier '1'onlci, at it
MimI Frntiiititl'-nl IIkI, him,.
illR. Nnvnr llll In rnilurn the
P'lutliful oaliir lu urny liitlr.
& Co., CliciniMi, N. Y,
anvliiir Hnvliiy H.illrW.
Mi'. Hint fl llrn.. Ijiftf,,
JUNK 24. 1882.
D A 1 L V
Juileiiemlent in all
DKLIYKRKD IiV CAI.IUElt, 25 CENTS PER WEEK.
13.00 r-KR YEAR, 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT IK PAID
YEARLY IN ADVANCE. UV MAIL, $1.00 PER MONTH,
' 1 10.00 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
nm r i?mi7 tad nrvmi
1J115J)ULLMI1 JUDUr riUJ
COMPLETE IX ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. CYLINDA
PRESSES, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
TYPE, JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS,
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO- 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Letter Paper, Xote j
Paper, Rill Heads, Cheek Rooks, Receipt j
Books, &c., Ac.
The ONLY Round Hole Perforating
chine in Southern Illinois.
rpIE yEEKLY gUHETIN.
U COLUMNS ill
iTiii od wuh
flatter and Local
TEEMS BY MAIL:
Alirays in Advance, or No Taper.
I! U L L I- T I Ni
Neutral in Xoi.
m t r.
P IJ' I 1
i'ok piti kb.
ffiS.OO PER YEAR