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CUICAGO COKhlil CO., CliiutKu, 111.
Mary and Her Little Earn.
MulUe bud n little nun it" black its n rubber
And every where that Mollie went, ho cini
He went wuh tier lo church one ilny the folks
To see tiim walk demurely Into He hi no A Hen's
Tilt' worthy deneon ijtilckly let his niiftr.v pns
Anil nm It mm niii'liriftian kick between the
Slid lllotv II o I's
Thin lanili "I iniiiiiiy In t lit- side, Hie deacon fol
And, iHiHf.il In loot Hiiiiin; nla! Unit tlr"! kick
a liis Iti't
For Mr. In i walked slowly bin k, iiUnit a rod,
And 'ere the doicon could ret rent, it stood lilin
on lii' Iii'ii I.
The l oiiun 'ii on tin n arose anil went for I hat
'en' sin p:
Itllt Kl Vl l lll Well-diiceled Imlls Just piled tlll'IIl
ill a lio,ii.
Then in-lied they sliitipliiwiiy for t ho door,
will rni-scn joint mid Imid.
Wlillo rummy Mi u k I he hie-liuost liiim, and
Sliol llilll tlllollull till' el.OVil.
Tlic tni tiit r tin I olli i: lirmd Unit Uindnci'S
The tlori chi ln'H-it. "Alia!" In' miv", "111 try
Hint Kami1 on you."
And no lie kindly, u inly nilli d: "Como, riiin-
my, ratiiiiiv, imii:
To we iho tolk-iil.UM' you no, I hi li ved and
With kind a ol pi -ill lc words Ikm nine, fi inn Hint
lull pOlpil iIoh II,
Knyinr. "Kiiminy, iiiininv, raiuiiiy, iiun-lit'st
hlll'e. III ti e town."
The rum mi'to il'oi.eil n- Iniml'lc uir, and rono
liltn olf his eel ;
Alld when the mi him III lie was In nealll llie
ll I n 1 ll i . j -1 seal,
Ashcslioi iimd'y i nit in door, nnd i locd It
ii li a sum'.
Ili niinied a ( in fonilu town-I think 'tWHM
"i'lihil I lain."
Who li;ts not lii'iinl nf (ir;u i' llarlin,
tint liiM'iiiu' if tin? I.ontniH! Light
house, miiii liatlll', ,'lssoriMli'il with lh
wi'i'ek of the 'l'(iif;irsiiii'' .sii'iinicr, will
long l(! rciiieiiilii'iiil iiiinnijj thu iiiiiial.s
of those wild, alt In iiio luililin? huni
ble sliilio'H in life, have vol. t.'hil.iilP(l
trails f natural on'atnc.s.s w hich wouhl
irraof tlic (('('iipii'i' of tin; lufiiest posi
tion in Mn-ifiv?
(ii'iiit) Darling was horn in Xovftu
htT, lHl.O. ami wiw tho ilanhli'i' of Wil
liam DniTuio;, kicicrof tin- li".lit-house
(HI LnllO-l'ilIf, tl)l' tlf llll' LTOlll) of
tho Farm) 1-hunl, in vliieh military
uhoih' sli (MiiistaiiUy ti siileil with her
parents. She isilesi'i iheil as haying heen
'rciiiarkalili! f-ir a rrlirin nml kuiiip
what ri'sci vi'il ilisiosiii(,ii, of a fairroin
ph'xliui anil ftiiiiely Kiiinli'iiaticf, with
iiotliinj; niasoiiliim in ln-r iiiii'arnt)i'c,
but, on tho contrary, trentlo in ns)oct.,
ntxl with on expression of tho irrt'iilt'st
liillillifss unil hi'iii'voleni'i'," wh'ii-h hit
tor ipialiui's, wu tici-il ucareoly ri'tniirk,
un; not uufiiinnionly (yiiinl ussociatcii
with gallant Ix-uring uml tho most rest),
1'i'i'viuus toilcserihlnif thu tli.stlnjmish.
eJ ut'tof (Jraco Darlino;, In jn'oi'i'i'ilinn'
with her father to the resctm of the 1!-ft-rtTH
on the wreck of the "Forfarshire,"
it will he tle.'ralilp- that wo shuuhl ex
plain the nul 1110 of tin.; Uanocrous lo
cality where it occuitimI.
Tlie Fame Isinmls li,. ()fl' tin, north
extern coa-t of Fnliiml. 'J'liey urn a
troup of hai i't'ii ami ilesolate ruckn, in
liHhileil principally hy hi:a-fuwl; and
I heir . i(c8 ure in many pun extremely
Throurrh tho chaiiiifl-i between tho
nuillcr Fiirno Llamlfi, tlm s,:a rushes
with pri'Ht impetuosity; 11ml tlonhthvss
many ahipwrcck of which tln rc in 110
record law occurred thcro in former
tinicM, whetj no heucon existed to puido
tho tniiiitier In )iin path through tho
deep. Knlhcr more thuu a century nco,
a liiitch 'lu-uu frigate, with ull Cer
crew, was lust uinon mem; ami nu
merous oilier wrecks nro recorded to
liavo h:ippci:cil hi'lwiicn that titnn and
Living on thin lone spot, in the midst
of the ocean, with the horrors of thu
teniiest faniiliaricil to licr mind, (Jrtico
Dinting w as shut out, us it were, from
the acliye scenes of life, ami was prin
cipally occupied in assistintjlier mother
in 1 lin niaiiao'cineiit of their little, house
hold; ami it is worthy of remark-in or
il'V to the hrtlcr appreciation of fho
niniiaiiiniity she exhibited on this oc
casion - that she wa.j not habituated t-o
the 11 -c of an oar or the iiiaii i",eiiicnt
a boat, those officer havinit been pur
I'oi nicil by olhcr niciuliersof the family.
She hud rccric.d ns'iod education tot
Iht slalioii in life, and had reached her
twenty-second year, when the incident
occurred which has rendered her 11:11110
so famous, ami which wu will now pro
t d to relate.
On the exeniic of the .Mil of Septem
ber, IK'IX, the Forfarshire.'" a steamer
tif nboiit thicc huiiilred tons burden,
John lliiinlile, nmsler, sailed from Hull
for Dundee, ha inof on board 11 valua
ble earoo; ami, as nearly as coulil tie
'ascertained, sixty-three persons, name
ly, the master and his wife, a crew of
twenty men, and forty one passengers.
She. was a new vcjscl, being only two
years old; but her boilers were, no
doubt, in a culpable- state of disrepair,
l'rovious to her Ichhii;; Hull, a mM
leak had been discovered in them, and
for the moment, closed up. but when off
I'laiiiboi'otioli Head it bioko out afresh
to such an extent as to put out two of
the tiros. The. boilers were, however,
again partly repaired, and the fires re
lighted, and in this inellicient state she
proceeded on her voyage, passing tho
"Fairway," between the Fame Islands
and the' mainland, at about six p. in.
011 the I'dh. At about p. m., she en
tered 1'crwick Hay, the sea running
high, with (he wild storm from the
north. The leakage now increased to
Mich a degree that tho lireman could
not keep the lircs burning, and at about
ten p. m. she bore up for St. Abb's
Head, the storm si ill raging with una
bated fury. The engines soon after be
came useless and would not work,
when the sails were hoisted fore and aft,
and the vessel tacked, in order to keep
her oil the land. She, however, soon
became unmanageable, and, the thie
s.'t'.iii'j- strong to tiie south, she was car
ried by it in that direction, .
It rained heavily duriii the whole
time, and the fog w as too dense to ena
ble, the position of the vessel to be a.
certaiiied. At length, breakers were discovered
cltxe to Iccwaril, and the Fame lights
became' visible, leaving no doubt as to
i!ic imminent peril of all ou board.
It was in vain attempted to avert the
catastrophe by running between the ,
inlands and lue mainland; shf would
not an-wer her helm, and was finpcllcd
to and fro by n furious sen. Hetwceu
three and four o'clock, she struck with
her bows foremost on the rock, which
was there so precipitous that u person
could scarce si and erect on it.
A part of the crew low ered one of thu
(piarlcr-boals and left the fchip, having
one of the passengers with them, who
bad contrived to throw himself into the
boat; but two others, making the samo
attempt, perished. The scene which
now presented itself w as of a most heart
rending description. Several women
were tillering cries of anguish and de
spair, and amidst them stood the be
wildered husband wlio.-c wife, clinging
to him. frantically besought the protec
tion which he was tmahit) to aDbril.
Very soon after tho lir-t shock, a heavy
w ave s'ruck the vessel on the ipiarter,
and raising her oil' the lock allowed her
iumicd.ately after to fall violently upon
it when, a sharp ledge striking her
iiboui midship.-, she was fairly broken
into two pieces; nnd the iiftcrpart, con
taining tin! cabin and many pasavugors,
was instantly carried 1 1 11" by a rapid cur
rent through the l'ilagut, while the fore
part remained 011 the rock.
A portion of the passengers nnd crew
bad previously betaken themselves to
the foremost, part of the vessel, consid
ering it to be the safest place.
In this dreadful sit unt ion, exposed
ninid darkness to the biill'cting of the
waves, and fearfullist each risingsurge
should sweep away into the deep the
fragment of the wteck on which they
stood, they waited in anxious expect
ancy the breaking of the day. In the
fore-cabin, also exposed to the intrusion
of the sea, was a woman, the wife of a
weaver, with her two children, who
when relief at last oiime, was found yet
iilive, but her two children lay stillened
corpses in her arms.
Such was their seemingly lipeloss po
sition, when, soon after day break, they
were descried from the Lim'stone hy
the HaiTings, at nearly a tuile'stlistance,
A mist hovered over the island; and.
tlu.U'ih the wind had boinewliHt abated
ils violence, the tea was still raging
fearfully, making any approach to the
rugged pinnacles nnd sunken rocks
which surround these islands a work of
extreme peril. Indeed, even at a later
period of the day, a reward of .", oll'er
cd by the stewart of l!aiulioroiigh Cas
tle, could scarcclv indiico a party of
fishermen to venture oil' from the main
land. To have braved the danger of that
terrible passage would have done the
highest honor even to the well-tried
nerves of tint stoutest tif the male sex.
lint what shall be said of the errand of
mercy being undertaken and accom
plished mainly through the strength of
a female heart and ti 1111 ?
Through the dim mist, with the aid
of n glass, the ligurcs of the sufferers
were seen clinging to the wreck. Ihif
who could dare to tempt the raging
idss that. Intervened, in thu hopes of
succoring them ':' Mr. Darling, it is said,
shrank from tho attempt. Not so his
daughter. At her solicitation, the boat
was launched, with the assistance of
her lnolher-the father and daughter
entering it, and each taking tin oar.
In estimating thu danger which the
heroic adventuress encountered, then
is one circumstance which ought not to
be forgotten. Had It not been ebb tide
the boat could iml have passed between
the Wands; nnd they knew that thctido
would be llowing tui their return, when
their united strength would be utterly
iiisiilllcleiit to row the bout buck to tho
light-house, island. So that, had they
not got the assist a net) of the nirvivors
on their return, they themselves would
l iivu been compelled to remain ou tho
rock, beside tho wreck, until thu tido
CAIRO BULLETIN; "WEDNESDAY MOUN1NG,
It could then only lie by tlio exertion
of great muscular power, aa welt as of
determined courage, that they could
hope to reach the w reck ; ami when thero,
the (lunger would bo much increased
from tlnriiabilily they would run of be
ing dashed to pieces on theso rugged
It. must have Rccmed to them a forlorn
hope; but their courage roso with tho
emergency, (iod's blessing nccompanied
them? ami their efforts were crowned
with success. The whole of tho nine
Mirvivors were taken into their liltlo
bark, and conveyed in safety to the
light-house. Here, owing to tno vio
lent seas which continued to prevail,
they , were compelled to remain two
(lavs, during which time they received
every kindness and comfort that the
household could nll'iii'd, and of which
thev were so much in need.
The party who had left in tho ship's
boat, also nine in number, were picked
up the next morning by a-Montrose
sloop, and convex ed to Shields.
The subseipient event of ("race Par
ling's life are soon told. Tho deed sho
had done tuny be said to have xvafted
her name nil over Lurope. J hat lonely
light-limise became speedily the center
of attraction to curious ami sympathiz
ing thousands, including many of the
xvcalthy ami the great, xvho, in numer
ous instances, testified bv substantial
tokens the feelings with wliich they re
garded the young heroine. Among tho
number were the Duke and Duchess of
Northumberland, xvho invited her fath
er nnd herself to Alnwick t'a.stle. and
piescntod her xvith a gold watch, draco
and her father received the silver med
al of the National Lifeboat (then ship
xvreek) Institution, and numerous tes
timonials from other public bodies and
admiring stranger. A public subscrip
tion xva also raisfd xvith a view to re
ward her for her bravery and humani
ty, which is said to have amounted to
about .;.fM h). To such an extent, in
deed, did the popular enthusiasm reach
that portraits of her xvere eagerly sought
for; and she was even offered large
I'm) is by the proprietors of one or more
of the metropolitan theaters, on the con
dition that she should merely sit in a
boat for a brief space during the per
formance of a piece whose chief atti ac
tion she xva. to be. All such offers,
however, xvere promptly and steadily re
fused; and it is gratifying to know that,
amid all this tumult of 'applause, (iraco
Dulling nexer for a moment forgot the
modest do'iii'v or eoniliii t xvhicli b'
ciiiii" hi r sex inl station. The Ibiiter
;ii t' st'ti'i ilia's i,f ail kinds which xvi r.
showered on her seemed to produce in
her mind no other feelings than those of
wonder and eiatcful pleasure. She con
tinued to reside at the Longstoiie Light
house xvith her father and mot her, tiud
ing, in her limited sphere of domestic!
duty, on that seagirt islet, a more hon
orable and more rational enjo'iiient
than the crowded haunts of the main
land would have afforded her. and thus
giving, by her conduct, the best proof
that the liberality of the public had not
been 111) worthily bestowed.
Grace Darling did not livelong in the
enjoyment of the honor. that had been
showered 011 her. She died of con
sumption on the '.'."dli of October, 181'J,
at the age of twenty -seven years, and
four years after tin; occurrence, w hich
had made her name famous for all time.
li(i(li it Home.
WIT AND HDMOH.
Who can tell tho dark secrets of n
dairy i Why, the pump-kin.
Food for reflection mince pie, cheese,
lobster salad. No sleep. Time to think.
When at home the Chinaman is a
Mongolian. In the l.'nited States he is
now a Mustgolian.
The oyster does not belong to the hu
man race. 'There art! season xx hen he
keeps his mouth shut.
A husband, on reading "none but tho
Lrave deserve the fair," said with a sigh :
"And none but the brave could live
An elevated railroad conductor xva
recently kicked on the cheek by a horse.
The man was uninjured, but the hor.se'a
leg xv us broken.
It is nobler to give a worthy object a
penny than it islohiy a ten-dollar wreath
mi a rich man's eiillin. And what i
more, it is cheaper.
"Too much absorbed in his business"
xva the comment of n Western news
paper tin tho death of a brewer who was
found drowned in a tank of his own beer.
T'ht! Hultiniorenns are so lest.hctie that
they refuse to drain oil' nn old cmtul
which is full of ill-smelling, stagnant
water. The fluid is a beautiful olive
"Isn't this shirred bonnet just too
sweet for an1 thing?" asked littlfl Mr.
Smith of her husband. "I shirred think
it was," answered Mr. S., as he Inspect
ed the bill.
Titian, it is said, loved to paint red
hair. A good many other people feel
that way when they see it; but then
black paint is expensive, and besides the
wearers might object.
"Do you admire the principles of Jef
ferson?'' nsked uii enthusiastic politician
of a society friend. "I really don't know
much about his principles, xvas the re
ply, "but ho play 'liip Van Winkle'
"Yes, there is 110 doubt that women
are much more apt than men in learn
ing anything in tho nature of military
drill," says an old bachelor, "but I sup
pose it is because It will never be of airy
earthly uso to them."
"I never pretend to know a thing that
I do-not," remarked Itrnwn. "When I
don't know a thing, I say at once -I
don't know.' " "A very proper course,"
said Fogg, "hut how monotonous your
conversation must be,"
Arkansas has a mule that will stop
kicking if the Lord's prayer Is recited
to him. llo takes it for' gra n ted -that
when an Arkansus man begins to pray
that tho kick must have proved fatal,
und Is then willing to take a rest.
A countryman one morning received
a liolu from a merchant asking him to
conn) and settle forthwith. He Heetnetl
pu.zled for a moment, tiud then entered
the house and said to hi wife, "Hetty,
what day does forthwith full on?"
Two feinalo honiiroputhlc physicians,
both young d prettv, have opened nri
olllco In St. Louis. Their first pntient
was a man who said ho had ueuniigia
from too much kiting, and wanted to
ho urttd on IwmosooaUiJe pvjciyWs.
"Where do people go xvho deceive
their fellow men?" inquired a Sunday
school teacher. "Sometimes to Camilla,
but mostly they go to Kurope," was tho
reply of a youngster xvhoso uncle had
recently been a trusted officer in a local
A stone weighing twenty-two pound
is concealed under un old hat, and a
man kicks it with such force as to send
it bine yards. As it takes two ami 0110
hnlf pounds of nctivo pressure to move,
one pound of dead weight 0110 foot,
what force did ho exert?
It is siiid that witinen of the world
tight xvith delicate weapons, poison
pointed, and thrown xvith. unerring aim.
From a casual reuding'of tho humorous
columns of our exchanges during the
past ten years, we Inive become con
vinced that the weapons aforesaid are
the rolling-pin, broom-stick, and stoxo
pol.er, none of which are delicate nor
poison-pointed though tho -'unerring
niiii" is correct.
A m in spondseightcen ct nts for lager,
ten rents for tobacco, twenty cents for
cigars, fifteen cents for streei car fare,
and loses ly'LoO at poker; ho then per
mits his wife to purchase a button-hook
for three cents, and figures that her ex
travagance will ruin him in three years.
What i hi. capital?
People who snore are supposed to
deep heavily, yet evnerietien has proved
that a shrill sound like the chirp of a
bird will wake thcin. Don't kill the
birds, the pretty birds, that flv about
your door, for think, oh, think, Iioxv oft
the' stop your next door neighbor's
Scene, the breakfast tablo of an Ala
bama hotel where the MoCulough troupe
is stopping. "The heat probably pre
vented you resting well you look tired."
"Oh, no, sir! It wasn't the heat."
"What was it then?" "It was"' blush-ing-"tho
said the passing landlord; 'They're out
early this Spring!"
Many good people find themselves,
sometimes, in a condition of mind like
tho little boy xvho. 011 being asked
whether he would rather have a lliblo
or a jexvsharp, hesitated a moment
ami then replied: "Well, if it don't
make any great difference xvith God, I
would rather have the jexvsharp."
A man has ninety-one sheep, eighty
seven calves and thirty-live pigs, and he
desires to divide theiu equally among
three sons and a daughter so that the
daughter shall have nine more head
than the boy. What xvill be thu share
of each, providing three sheep are stolen,
txvo calves get lost and live pigs folloxv
a circus away?
"Well, my little man, are'nt vou hare-
foot rather early tjiis season?'' said a
benevolent gentleman to a New Haven
youngster one inorniug. "Guess not.
Vuz born barefoot, I xvuz." "I declare,
so you was: so you was. What a pity!
what a pity! Well nature is unkind to
the poor, really;" and he gave the young
ster a. dime to' atone for the neglect of
the "mother of us all."
A Chicago man visiting Cincinnati
was being shown around by a citizen,
who said: "Now let 11 go and see the
Widoxvs' Home." The Chicago man
put his linger to the side of his nose and
winked, and then said: "Not much,
Mary Ann. I saw a widow home once,
and she sued mo for breach of promise
and proved it on me. No, fir, send tho
willows home in a hack."
Henry Ward Heecher relates that once
when riding on the circuit, ho break
fasted at a house where johnny cakes
xvere served. Observing a feather pro
tuding from his cuke he remarked: "Sis
ter, your johnny cake seems to be feather
ing out." "Ye." replied the ladv un
abashed; "I told John no longer than
yesterday that he must get a cover for
the meni barrel or move the hen-roost."
The Milwaukee papers are making a
great deal of fuss over the case of Al
bert Sakiski, a young man who disap
peared on the day set for his wedding,
and xvas afterward found in an uncon
scious condition, going from one con
vulsion into another ' Calling tho case
"hii extremely sad one." Why an editor
should seek to inipre.-s upon the minds
of his reader the fallacious idea that
"marriage is preferable to hnvinor lit is
"Prisoner." said the judge severely to
the scoundrel xvho ha been brought up
before him mi the charge of murdering
the wile whom ho had abandoned for
many year "prisoner, what can you
plead in justification of your atrocious
crime?" "Well, you see, your honor,
I did it for the best of motives. I wished
to save myself limn the shame of big
amy and to place myself in a position to
make the other xvoiiinu my lawfully
Due of Washington Irving' s funny
loiters tells about a man who, in going
home from a dinner party, at which he
had taken too much wine, fell through
un open grating into a vault beneath
the sidewalk, lie found the darkness
and silence rather oppressive at lirst,
but in tho course of the evening several
of the other guests fell in, and, 011 the
whole, they had a very pleasant night
Gleaning Blmk Silk.
The Parisian method of denning black
silk is a great improvement over any
other known. It is us follows: The silk
must be thoroughly brushed and wiped
x ilh 11 cloth, then laid flat tin n hoard
or table, and xvell sponged with hot cof
fee, thoroughly freed from sediment by
being htruinoii through muslin. The
silk spoii'ied on the side intended to
show; it is ulloxved to become partially
dry. and then ironed on the xvroug side.
The coffee, removes every parlielo of
irroaso, und restores the brilliancy ot
silk without impiirling to it either the
' shiny appearance or crack ly or paper
stiffness obtained bybcer, or' indeed uny
other lioiiid. The' silk really appears
thickened by the process, arid this good
effect Is permanent. Our readers who
x ill experiment on 1111 apron or u era
rut will never tigniii try any olhcr
The London Ti mm v-ny of Amerionii
tourists: "I'pon the xvliolo, while they
can loni'ii soiiieihing from us, xvo may
learn much troin them, nnd it would
lie well that the English tourist would
meet advances from his triiiisiillunlio
cousins morn than half-way, for they
are frank, open, and well-lnteiitloiiod
people, with no more than their lawful
lion) of national prejudices."
JULY 10, 1882.
A llouanza Miuo
of health Isto be found in Dr. It. V. Pierce's
"Favorite Prescription," to 1 ho merits of
which us 11 remedy lortcnmlo weakness und
kindred -.Unctions thousainls li'Htily,
A Sik'tml Victory,
Thu value of electricity us a remedial
agent has Liiii.cd 11 signal victory over
prejudice, lhoiints' Kcicctric (til utnmls
t'oicmosi in this class of compounds. Tes
timonials In 111 till pints tell ol thu wiiii
droiis cures of rhcuiimlisin, neuralgia, hurts
and sores, etc., effected by its agency.
Paul G. Schub, Agent.
Thus. Howard, Hiadt'oid, Pn., writes: "1
cncluso money for Spring lilossoiu, an I
siiid 1 would it' it cured me; my dyspepsia
has vanished with all its symptoms. Mirny
tliuiiks; I shall never be without it in tho
houso." Price Jit) cents, tiiul bottles 10
cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
The Grand Central hotel, UtiT Hnmdway,
New York city, has .tho finest rooms, ele
yantly furnished, of any hotel in that city,
and is fast becoming very popular with tho
traveling public. Make a note of these
fat ts and when you visit New York don't
foiuct to give them a call. Only $'1.1)0 nnd
i'i.M tci dav for board and room. 200
rooms on European plan nt $1.00 and up
wards per day, also a good restaurant at
L nekton's Arnica Salve
The Host Salve in the tvniin for Cuts,
linnscs, Sores, l" leers, Suit Kl.tuin, Ftver
Sous, Teller, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, ami all Skin Eruptions, nnd positively
cuns Piles. It is gum antccil to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prict
Jj cents pr box. For sale by 11 ko. I)
Tho iuviilnl finds in "Dr. Lindsey'sHlood
Searcher" natures L'reat restorer. H is
wiiMkrl'ul. Sold by all druggists.
A GOOD HAKUAIN
Will bo given some cnteipriseing niiin
in Tuts iilm.ktin Hiiihling, which is now
olhrcd for sale on cusy terms, mng time
amt low rate of interest. The building
has rented tor the past year for
fifty to sixty-two tlollars per month.
The property consists of I lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x()0 ami
two story 1G x -1). lias a frontage of M)
let-ton Washington avenue and l-V) feet on
1 lit li street. If desired thu ninchun ry, en
gine, boiler, Ac, in the i? fctoty building
will be sold with it. For particulars aJ
dna this office, or Join II. Ooerly, Bloom
(Jo to Paul O. Schuh lor Mis. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
duiabilitv of color arc uucoiiiiled. Color
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directh is ia Englisl
and Genuac. Price 15 cents.
Free ol Cost.
All pi -sous wishing to test the merits of
agit-at remedy one that will positively
tuiu Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any allot tion of the 1 broat
and Lungs are rtt'Uested to call at ueo.
E. O'Hura's drug store and get ajiitd bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
w hat a regular dollar-size bottle w ill ilo. (1J
Fortunes lor Fanners anil Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judgment in taking care of the
health of yourself nnd family. If you arc
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor uppe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
Wcbilituted , do not delay a moment, but
i'o nt once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that lor the trilling sum of fif
ty cents. Iribune. Sold by Oko. E,
O'Haiia. (I) m
ft'I'hc U. S. government are using large
numbers of the Improved Howe Scales
Borden, Sellcck A: Co., agents, St. Louis,
Personal! To Men Only! .
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
xvill send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts and Electric Apidicance on
trial for thirty days to men (young or old)
who are iilllicteu with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vilulily and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complcU
restoration ol health and manly vigor. Ad
dress us above. N. B. -No risk is incur
led, us thirty days' trial is allowed.
Mien's Bruin Food positively cutis ncrv-
oiisnes.s, nervous debility, und all weakness
ol generative organs. $1. .) for f). All
diuggihts. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy ,-'"-ir First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
(,auo by Barclay Bros.
OT!CK TO C ON'I KAI TOUS.
oilicc iil'f 'Uy t'l.'ik. Cairo. Ills.. July ITIli. tss-J.
Si itleil proposHlH will h.i ri'i i'lvcd nl lliln tilllc.c
illrcrtcil lo the CTv Clerk of llui lily id Cairo, un
III TiK'i'iliiy cu'IiIhl' AiiLH1-! ' nt xl. for ki'cliiK nil
iiiiir. drive wlln hi ilm city in t'oml working or
ih't Inr tlie rcinaiiili'i; iiirl Ion nl tin: fl-i nl year
I Airil .Mil, Issii. A I'o tor Die lnyili! of -ewer
iilic on 1 uiiitiieii'lnl nvi'iiuc. Im-iwccii riuril ami
Klllh Hlri'i-le, and lii'lween Nlnilli mid 'li'iitli
Klli'i lc, nnd on 'I vMy hi i iiikI Klrfel, lirtwccti
W alnnl Hud I'oin Hlrt'i'lH. Work to Im done vatis
Iw iory In 1 he miiuiiilici! on Hin ciK A ii.tnl nnri
ntilllrl til le nd for lu ll i' Hit' iiiiinind of hill iiiuhI
rim iiinininv all linipiiMillnliK 'I In' rlhl In reject
any anil all imls r'u rvcil ny nu my.
It. ,1. Kttl,i'.Y, City dork
The World's Recognition of Merit.
At tlm lti In TKiiNATiiisAi, Mkiiici. iitn Sanitary Kit--itniTInN,
tlm XVnrlil'a ni'xl oomjwteiit Judge Moogniwil
th-ir untifuiiUfit .r(Wloi- tsy Kr-nlitiR tlm
CULT "iWAID or'llIEII" TO! TSIKSS3
"TO I. B. BFIKLEY, PHILADELPHIA, U. H. A."
Idnr Rl-tr Ki-ht C"mpntnO-nrnrlrinii) tlielr Lijb
UTur -nth Amorid'i mint diitiuKUlslmd SurgvgD).
-.tutpnit KiRmirinM Ji-ixikn fAfiMi Brfint, F. A. C. ff,
('Mif-nftM- fai, F. ft C. ritimw Smith, r.H. 0,3.,
Jvtin R'nnil, A', ft. ,1., f. 11 V. H.
SEELKY'N HAM) Itt'UBEIt TRUSSES.
Fin- Slotl Sp-lti-, neull v -nvnr-it Willi hl-hljr--iollit d tltrl
Itiilih-r. Mk'Io In -vory ileirll rnllrn', with I'adi
ntninlclly coiutnii'li'd. Unlit, cod. ulnanly, durbl
nn-ii'lM 1 11 i n I it y . Ilnllli, mm prlrl ooinirnoiloa.
t'tukltii-t-d lv Hiii", ii it rliimtui uai.il in bhim
Ainu.- Mrllnlilr. Irlr rrtlurrd drnwi
tli populkr ilumiui'li. S'ill liv all I'-dlnx lrug(iiti tni
dailir- at tli utual prlno "f rnnunnn 1'rn--.
To Airwd Sriirinm tmiottlnna, im Urn-iln Rtamrd,
(Sprlu- and Strati.) "I. II. Kfelejr-WBrr-i-iiwI."
Estahlithrhent, 1347 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, U.S. A.
BRN0H E8TABllHHMtNT,74 FlECT STREET. LONDON, EN",
Thtt'orwtanil hkllinil M whan leal Tronlrucnt of
HltrtNtAtlM KerTIIHK A HfKCIAl.TV. t
UniUr l'atroun of our bim! Kmtn-ut Hurgaoal.
unnrl r -. f. . Or of. If. Hatll ifiMW, WTUardj
tliZm$ U kt ''IIJUJU I.WBHUV
ChillN and Fever,
Hlmmmil Llvnr Krgu.
Idler loon JireMkn the
eiillin and rurrliK tlm
fever tint ol thu HjHtmu.
li eti ri-M when all oilier
K r llm rclli-f and curt)
of Una dlctruHidnu dU-t-HM"
line fi iii nioiia Liv
TIiii Ki'L'tilator will liOHlllvvly t un) lliis l...rllil
illseiiHu. Wu anKi-ri i'iaihalieiilly w tint wo know to
lie l run.
-Iioiilil not lie retinrdi'd iih a Irltlliitt ailment. Nn
turu ileniuinlH llm nlniost ri'Kiilarlly of thu howelii,
I heri'lori; usu'st iiaturu hy lHklii hiinnioiiH i.ivur
HeKUlator. It Ik liariiili-KH, mild and t'llcctuul.
Oim or two tiilileiMmoiifiilii will rclleva all thu
troubles Incident tu a lilllnliR stHle, f lie li as Nail-ua
,ineH, UrowKiiu'KH, I ii-irtu r aller iuUhk, a bit
ter Imii Ihi-Ic in Hit' inoiiih.
M AI jAIUA.
IVr-om niny nvniil all attinkii liv oicu-lotially
Inking a ilni-u ufSlnimiiiis l.lver licuhilor to keep
Hie liver in niuiiny mo on.
iiernlly nrininK friiii a iliHordin d Httiinscli, run
he loiieitli'il liytakuiK Siinuiotil Liver Kt'culktur.
S i to loon h Liver Keuulul r mon eruilii ntec tlilc din.
t'tivo Iron) ihu H.oli tn, lravlii)' Uiv fkln chitr una
free Iroin all iniiiirllli s.
( lilldieii Htillt rlUK iih lolic -non cxpt-rtunre ru
til l Kln ii SiiiininliH l.lver Id 'lliiilut In adiiillili-li r-i-d.
AdllilH mi i-o ilerlvu ureut lieiit lll from this
niedicnie. It l hot otiplc-urntit ; it In nunilien
anil illeelivu. 1'uiely vent talilii.
1 1 L A 1 ) 1 ) J : 1 i K 1 1) N i : Y
D: a ih I of ilie iliri'itper ot tlm lilndder tirludiiatv from
tlmtr ol llie klillit-yn. KuntoiL- the action of tlm
liver lully imii linili llie kidneya und liluiid. r Mill
I'WTukv oulv tin- cnuiiiiv, wiilcli alttayn liin" un
tin- rain r Hit retl , trndi: murk and sifttiuturi.' ut
J.U.ZKII.IN &c CO.,
for rule by fill tlriiKvi"!.
tf yon -tiAVr from dyrpep-li, nc
IlfMloCK I1LOOI) FITTERS.
If you are nftlltU'd with idlloiicm -i', ti-f
M liliOCK HIOOI) HITTERS,
If ) )U an) V'l',rll"'d with siik l.i idai k-, take
IU"Ri0('K HI.COI) JillTERS
If your bowel- ate ill-ordrrt'd n-gnlate tle'in with
III' It DOCK BLOOD HIITEIiS.
If jorir bloed i Irrifure, purify It with
Ut'KDOCK HI.OOD BITTERS
I( you have lndluf tion, you will find an antidote in
UVRDOCK IlLOOI) HITTKKS.
If you arc troulik-d with -iirliutriinipln.iil', iradl
Icat ) Iht m with HI RDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
II y lur brer ia torpid rc-tore it to healthy notion
witr BCUDOCK BLOOD BITTERS,
If y mr liver l atTvctctl you will find a tdmre re-tor-attviln
lifUDOCK Bl.OOI) inHERS
If you hnvu any -pecli'd of humor or pimple, fall
not to lako BURDOt K BLOOD BITTERS.
If you have any -Imptomc of iili-ym or -frofulous
son , a curativu remedy will he found In
Bl'HDot K BLOOD HITTERS,
For Impnrtlni; -tritnnh and vitality to the fyetem,
uolldnK can equal BCHDOCK BLOOD HITTERS.
Kor Nervoim and (leni ral Dcldllty, tone tip the
nyi-t. m with ;ni ltDOCK BLOOD HITTERS
I'l.n E $1 I'Kii botti.e; Tiuxlbotti.ks, 10T,
1'OSTER, MILI51RX & CO., Pi op'rs,
BUFFALO, S. Y.
Hor -alt) hy HAUL G. Scni'H. ('-)
Invf!itir of snnill nnd inc.linm
moonlit in ioiihi. rrovinioin, and
Stock HH fllllV lilOtlH.leil a IllOBt
Our Hiire. HKlill, lull V trieil, ohl n.
tiiliMshiul niiin. Try It. KeiKirt
WHEAT ii'tit weekly, dividends raid uiontli
" 4 ly. Send at ono.i for explanatory
firi'iiliirs anil tiast ri-cnni, ) hkk,
liivnldiidii paid dnrini! past thirteen
inonllis on Huh fund Ot!.71 per
nhnrn. AddriMn I- I.KM l IM1
Ml Ultl , III A 113 LiiSailo
STOCKS s,-. hi. in.
WAvvAtki t-We -wuiit a liviil ftpent in
. t'verv t'xvii. Kxi'i'lleiit indueo-
CflfiPa iiieiilH. (loo.l pnv to a refiiotiHi-
OlUiJ '''"" ,'"t,','i'r: uuiu' Wiu iur
AOKNT roBTIIKSAl.K OK
TU E (IKSL'ISK
Baxtkk s TEAM ENdlxE
and Marino Engines
FARM KXUINKS, MACHINISTS'
TOOLS, k .NIAOARA
OK ALL KINHS, BELTING,
Pulleys and General Suppliis.
Vo. 131, North Third Street,
tlrake, fctillingiiv, nnd
ninnvof the best mcdl
clnrii known nio com
binidinl'iiikcr'BCiiifjcr Tonic, inio n tncdicuic
of aui h vnried powcra, as
to Ili:il It t' Krcttc-t
KiHton r r.vcr i fu.
It cure Rlirilllliitislll,
GlccplcsMies, & iliwaRW
of the Stniiini.li, Bowels,
Lungs Liver Jit Kidneys,
Hitv-t, CiiiL-er Kswncea
and other Tonici, rti it
Th R.t, Clnl. and
IIm KcominiW lllr 1wy
ln. t mt MU lo Minn UM
avutnriu OMor w ny wur.
t LO., Chemists, N. V,
Suvlnr lliiylnit l)ollf BIw.
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