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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY M0RN1NO, MARCH S9, t83.
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o troys worms and removes the Secretions which
Some men snys dut de human family
is a fraud. Deso men is sorter looso
Do law ob do State only axes a man
terdo half way ritfht; do "law ob de soul
tells him ter do all de way rijrht.
Do man what is ashamed ob do faek
dat he's growin' olo, ncknowledj'es dat
his work has been badly performed.
Doan' think dat a man is brave 'case
he wants tor lilit yer. Do man what
can walk away from an insult is the
Do wust whippin' dat a feller pits is
from do man what doan' wan ter light
Do wasp is mighty quiet, but his sting is
Widout freedom ob action a man is
blinu ter do world's advancement. Do
moekin' bird sings his best song wheH
he's loose in do tree.
Do ole shoe is looked on as a friend
an' is missed on account ob its use, but
pride soon come, in on account ob looks
an' casts it behin' do ehlst.
It is impossible fur a man ter bo suc
cessful and retain do friendship ob his
neighbors, 'ease ebcry move toward
success is regarded by 'do public as dis
honest De sucker is de biggest coward of
fish. Unlike do cat, he ain't got do
bravery ter go up au' pull at do hook,
but sucks nroun'. De sucker is my idee
ob a politician.
Do Ixiy what thinks dat his fodder is
a fool w ill arter a while complain ob
tie toughness ob do fare in do Peniten
tiary. Dis 'sertkm may miss it onc,
but it will hit it throe times. Arkurisaw
They bad been married only six w eeks
when lie came home from tho store one
evening and found her in tears. She
had lost lie of her diamond ear-rine-s."
- "Well, crying won't restore it dear,"
he remarket!, as ho kissed her on the
o, but you see s hat an cmbar-i
rassmg p-wmon i am placed in."
Certainly; we vuil udvertise the loss
in all the papers."
"And tiller a liberal reward?''
"The lindcr will expect ul least ?J6?"
"That's what makes me feel ho so
sad!" she cried, as r-lio luld her beauti
ful head on his shoulder. "Those
diamonds were a wedding present from
f father, and he got Yiu at the d dol
lar store, and I don't want to m vuu
swindled out of tvvciity-fourdollurs!'
Some rwoulu find it easy to excuse
themselves for boliur rude- by snylng,
"Oh. that's mvwav. that' all." One
of this ilk used tho words wo have quot
ed to Sir Hlehard Johh, who pointed to
the door nnd replied, "Then, sir, I betf
you to make that your wnv." There is
no greater llcmlthan he who sits down
by your sltlii and tells you all the faults
you have, "just for your own good, you
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Way of Life.
The Warrior frowned and pressed his temples
"Emagi," ho cried, away with low awayt"
A txy from play by fondest kiss tH-giilled.
"Mother, I'll love thco ever!" aiitike tho child.
A maiden (raxed Into tho nlirht sky wide
"Oh, 1 love blm when ho comes!" she sighed.
Thine threo moved on Hlongtho way of llfos
A fulrfaen lured the soldier from hlnMrtftv
I'pon a tomb was curved the swevt child a
The lover to tho maiden never enmo.
John Vunuo Cheney In Century.
How Forms Change, but Facts Eemain
An Addisonian Epistle.
Cheap postage and postal cards, the
telegraph and the telephone, are thought
by many despairing people, of a con
servative turn of mind to have put nn
end to letter-writing. The students of
our English literature who delight in
dray's and Cowper's and Horace Wal
pole's letters do not honor Rowland
1 1 ill. and feel a grudge against Mr.
Gladstone because he used postal cards.
Who now sits down to an ample sheet
aud gossips with the lien? In whoso
letters of to-day shall the historian
hereafter look for the form and pressure
of this time? Their crisp brevity, their
abbreviation of words, their undallying
directness, even their prepayment with
a 8-cenl stamp, all imply tho hurry of
our life and tho engrossing engagement
of the writer. "And toll me, says one
of tho delightful conservatives who are
as contemptuous of tho nineteenth een
turv as the nineteenth of the eighteenth
"tell mo, who knows anything to-day of
the bliss of eager expectation in break
ing the seal pshaw! there are seals no
longer I mean in tearing the end of an
envelope or cutting the gummed
lappet hideotisabominations -that was
known so well to our dear old ancestors.
The same severe critic, who insists
that we are in the rear, not in the van
of time, and laments that he has been
left behind in the great march of ages
bv the happy days of Addison anil of
glorious Jolin, says' he still has in his
possession the letter in which one of his
ancestors proposed for his wife, pro
posed not to the lady herself, but to her
brother, w ho was her guardian, and of
whom he asked permission to pay bis
addresses to the sister. "Ah, that is in
deed a Jotter," sighs the lover of the
Addisonian epoch. "My progenitor
advanced to the assault of the henit of
my great-great-grandmothcr like Marl
borough or Prince Eugene sitting down
before a fortified town. Extreme de
liberation marked the strategical move
ments of all these great commanders.
My ancestor drew his lines with marvel
ous circumspection. After permission
had been received ho opened siege in
due form, nnd pressing his amiable ad
vances with vigor and skill he at
length eomjH'lledn surrender. The be
sieged garrison marched out with drums
beating and colors flying nnd all con
ceivable honors of war, ami was received
by the besieging General with a respect
ful courtesy which transformed sur
render into triumph. I describe it,"
said the musing conservative, "under a
military metaphor. But it was really
love-making in state nnd in full dress.
It belonged to tho liMimroly epoch of
letter-writing, of sealing-wax aud im
pressive seals, oi hign-oreu courtesy
which did not permit gentlemen to
smoke when escorting ladies, nor to
dare to address them with clothes and
breath . saturated with the smell of
So the old gentleman lamented and
remembered and prattled, lie did not
rolled that the amiable advances and
assaults in which his ancestor took part,
and the blushing surrender of the be
sieged garrison, did not end with the
marriage of his great-great-grand-mother.
The letter sheets are certainly
smaller, as ho averred, and the postage
is but a trille, and waxen seals are much
left to public otliees and Sir l'iercio
Shatton. But the important summons
to tho garrison is still received with tho
old perturbation, and tho gummed en
velope is torn with as much palpitating
eagerness as ever broko the wax of an
older day. Such forms change, but
such facts remain. It is not, a letter
writing age. But the old Addison was
not (puto correct in thinking it to be a
lost art; not only are letters of the best
kind still written, but they still, when
they appear, belong to tho best litera
ture. Perhaps when these words nro
read, the correspondence of Emerson
aud Carlyle will have been published.
If any reader believes that cheap post
age, hurrv and the telegraph nave
aliolished fetter-writing as a branch ol
literature, let him turn to the corres
pondence, and decide. Unrper't Mmj.
Dr. Edward Kggleston's illustrated
paper iu the March Century, in his ser
ies on colonial history, describes "The
Migrations of American Colonists," und
alludes as follows to au American trait:
From the beginning, tho Americans
have been a migratory people. New
Englatiders, us we have seen, planted
themselves in Westchester and on Long
Island, came bv throngs into East Jer-
so v, and migrated to the nmre southern
.'olonies. So Virginians helped to poo-
pie Maryland and North Carolina, mi
grated northward to New . York, an
even before the Revolution, began to
look wistfully over the inouiitaiu bar
rier into the great Interior valley. New
York Dutch migrated to South Carolina;
some of them settled ' also ' In Maine,
Pennsylvania, and Mni'vhmd; wlillo
Pcniisylvanlans, excited W fraf of -Indian
massacre during the Vrcnch wars,
occupied much of the mountain and
"piedmont" regions of tlm colonies to
the southward. It Is said thiit of three
thousand live hundred militiamen of
orange Count v In North Carolina, dur
oij; mo ui-voiiiuoti, every man was a
native of Pennsylvania. . There was nit
incessant movement tumid fro of peo
ple seeking to better their condition.
vuu. j in.! opeun i au uroKen itwnv
from his mooring of centuries, tho nisi-
liess oi t no new continent phpied hlni,
and he became a rtrvor. 'litis Inslabill
tjr as to place remains yet lu the Ainerl.
...... MM... ,
i no i luwni'ivi. urn iiiciiuii alertness,
which conies of changing eircttniMiunees,
new scenes, and uiioxpoclMd ditlletiltles,
wo rni t iviiMu ixeu uy travelers as a
characteristic of the native of the colo
Tho following vivid account of the
nattlo of Plevna is taken from tho ex
citing story, "Where was VilliersP" by
Archibald Forbes, the distinguished
war-correspondent, iu tho March HI.
Nicholas. Tho description gains addi
tional interest from tho fact that Mr.
Forbes was the only journalist who wit
nessed this terrible' fight.
Before daybreak on tho last day of
July tho whole force was on tbo move
to' the front. There was a long halt in
a hollow, where was the village of lla
dishovo, into which Turkish shells, Hy
ing over tho ridgo in front, camo bang
ing and crashing.
About midday Schahovskoy and his
staff, which wo accompanied, rode on
to the ridgo between the guns, already
iu position there, and wo surveyed tho
marvelous view before us tbo little
town of Plevna in tho conter, with the
Turkish earthworks, girdled by cannon
smoke, nil around it.
After an artillery duel of three hours,
the Princo ordered his infantry on to
the attack. The gallant fellows passed
us, full of ardor, with bands playing
and colors Hying, and went down into
the fell valle'v below. For throo hours
tho demon of carnago reigned supremo
in that diro cockpit. Tho wounded
ennm limping aud groaning back, and
throw themselves heavily tlown on tho
reverse slope in the village of Kadishovo,
in our rear. The surgeons already had
set up their Held hospitals, and were
ready for work.
, Never shall I forget the spectacle of
that assault made bv Rchahovskoy's in
fantrymen on tbo Turkish earth-works
in the valley. The long ranks on which
I looked down tramped steadily on to
the nssault. No skirmishing lino was
thrown out in advance. The fighting
lino remained the formation, till, what
with impatience and what with men
falling, it broko into a ragged spray of
liumanity, ami surged on swiftly, loose
ly', and with no close cohesion. The
supports ran up into the fighting array
independently and eagerly. Presently
all along the bristling lino burst forth
limning volleys of musketry fire. The
jagged line sprang forward 'through the
mai.e-tiehls, gradually falling into a
concave shape. The crackle of the
musketry fire rose into a sharp, contin
uous peal. The clamor of tho hurrahs
of the lighting men came back to us on
the breeze, making the blood tingle
with the excitement of battle. The
wounded began to trickle back down
the gentle slope. We could see the
lead and the more severely wounded
lying where they had fallen, on tho
stubble and amidst the maize. The liv
ing wave of fighting men was pouring
over them, ever tin and on. Suddenly
the disconnected men drew closer to
gether. We could see the ollicers sig
naling for the concentration by the wav
ing of their swords. The distance vet
to be traversed was but a hundred yards.
I'here was a wild rush, headed bv the
olonel of one of the regiments. The
urks iu the work stood their grmind
and tired with terrible effect into the
whirlwind that was rushing upon them.
The colonel's horse went down, but tho
olonel was on bis feet in a moment,
and, waving his sword, led his men for
ward on foot. But only for a few paces.
lie si angered and fell. We could hear
the temiicsl-gusli of wrath half howl,
ilf ell with which his men, bayonets
it the charge, rushed on to avenge him.
They were over the parapet and in
among the Turks like an overwhelming
avalanche. Not many followers of the
Prophet got the chance to run away
from the gleaming Russian bayonets.
Hut there were not men enough lor
the enterprise. It was cruel to watch
the brae Russian soldiers standing
there Icadi-i li-vs, sternly awaiting death
for want of ollicers to lead them for
ward or to march them back; As the
sun set in lurid crimson, tho uussian
th feat became assured. The attacking
troops had been driven back or stricken
own. All around us tho air was
heavy with the low moaning of the
The Modern Camp-Meeting.
The cann-mecting of to-day is a very
different nllnir. It is not an extempor
aneous festival In which tho member
sliip of one or more churches take tho
lead, select a place of meeting, and in-
vile neighboring churches to participate
n a common service, each bearing its
share of the burden, and then scatter to
their homes, to disband and be as if
they had not been. No, it is a very dif
ferent thing. It is tho fruit of a char
tered association, with corporate rights
nun iranciiises, of the same nature as
those which liclonr to banking and
railroad associations. Of course, tho
corporators nro religious men, and the
controlling inllueiiee is secured to tho
ministry. A copy of such a charter is
now before me. It elves tho Institution
lis corporate name, aud states its object
to bo "the establishment and - niainton
nneo of a sen-side resort, founded upon
Christian principles, and affording re
ligious privileges as well as healthful
Provision Is made for tho trnnsferand
redemption of stock, for voting by
shares nnd by proxy, as Is usual In
other money making companies. It de
mies me numiK-r oi directors, one tnmi
of whom shnll be ministers, and ono
other third shall be ministers and mem
bers of tho Met hodist Episcopal Church.
Its president "thall be a regularly or
dained minister of the Methodist Epis
copal Church, having control of tho
conventions, assemblies, nnd other
meetings thai may, from time to time,
bo held ou tho premises; nnd the secre
tary and treasurer must give bonds for
the faithful performance (,f their duty
in one Instance, as high as thirty thous
and dollars. Is not this an anomaly?
The camp meeting feature, If indeed' It
Is prominent enough to be a feature, is
merely Incidental to the main object,
via., the establishment of a sea-side re
sort. To do ihls, land must m purehas
Hsed, slock must bo sold to pav for It,
and Ihe'pitstor-president U to be the ex
ucutivoolhVor through whom these con
veyances are to be made, nnd by whom
nil tho real estate transm-Hons are to bo
ratified. The entire time, ttt of the
three hundred working days of the year,
that Is to bo set aside for camp meet In-
services, Is ton days or u fortnight, atiS
the remainder Is occupied with the sec
ular business ofr the concern J,,)li
I'urrM, M. ., in Vvmlnr Hcimr
A missionary savi ha onlv lw km
poem illustrated In FIJI, ami that ww
New Blooukield, Miss., Jan. 2, 1880.
I wish to say to you that I have been Buf
fering for tho last five years with a severe
itching all over. I have heard of Hop Bit
ters and have tried it. I have used up four
bottles, and it has done . me moro good
than all the doctors and medicines that they
could use ou or with me. I am old and
poor but feel to bleed you fo r such a relief
by your medicine and from torment of the
doctors. I htivo hud fifteen doctors at me.
One gave me seven ounces of solution of
arsenic; another took four quarts of blood
from me. All they could tell was that it
was skin sickness. Now, kaftur, these" four
bottles of your medicine, my skin is well,
clean arid smooth as ever.
Sleepless nights made miserable by that
terriblo cough. Sbiloh's Cure is the reme
dy for you. Paul G. Schuh, agent. (8)
Free ot Cost.
All persons wishing to test the merits of
a grout remedy one that will positively
euro Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Harry
W.Schuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judyfhuut in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of thoso
wonderful Electric Hitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune. Sold by Harry W.
Both Ly d is E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound and Blood Purifier are prepared at
233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass.
Price ot either f 1. Six bottles fir 1. Sent
by mail in the form of pills, or of lozenges,
on receipt of price, $1 per box for cither.
Mrs. Pinkliam freely answers all letters of
inquiry. Enclose 3o. stamp. Send lor
"Guide to Health and Nerve Strain."
5dEFMillion8 0f packages of theDianu nd
Dyes h ive been sold without ft single com
plaint. Everywhere they are the favorite
f'utii Coo LivekOil tnudo from selected
livers, on the sea-shore, by Caswell, Hazard
t Co, New Yi rk. It is absolutely pure
aud sweet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all others. Physiciai-B hue
decided it superior to any of tho other oils
Chapped Damjs, Face, immple3, and
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Smp, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle oT Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little ' sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
dianhu'a, regulates the stomach and bow-
c!m, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re-
luces inflammation, and gives tone aud
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
ami is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 23 cents a bottle.
A Reliable Port Wine.
.Mr. A Speer, of New Jersey, whose Port
Grape Wine has such a wide, reputation,
and which physicians prescribe so general
ly, was the first in this country to import
the Port Grape vines and to plant vine
yards of them and to introduce tho art of
making wine from tho Oporto Grape which
is now the best wine to be had, and has be
come a great favorite among tho most fash
ionable New York ana Philadelphia
society. For sale by Paul U. bebuu.
J. C. Mitchell, Marion. 111., says: "I have
a great nnd constantly increasing demand
for Brown's Iron Ilittets."
Fakmkhs and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which if 3 to
(JO a day can be earned, tend address at
once, on postal, to U. 0. Wilkinson & Co.,
105 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
To The West."
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kunsas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
finest make arc attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kaunas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal-
ffr.iin "onnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino oilers to parties unroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
Illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. H. Rinnan, F. Chandi.kk,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
Ok1 the many remedies beforo tho public
for Nervous Debility and weakness of Nerve
Generative System, thera Is none equal to
Allen'B Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; It never
fails. 1 pkg-, 0 for 8.- At druggists. "
Caturrh Cured, health aud sweet breath
secured by Shiloh's Catarrh remedy. Price,
50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Sold by
Paul 0. Schuh. (4.1
Dn. Kline's Gukat Nkuvk Restouuu is
tho marvel of the sue for all nerve diseases.
All tits stopped free. Send to 001 Arch
street. Philadolola. Pa.
tfelson County Whisky,
137 omo i.kvei:.
A week made at homo ry h Indus
iriotiH. UcHt business now hefi-ro Ilia
1 1 lulc. capital not needed. We
will start vou. Men. women, bavs
and uirlii wanted every he. to work
fur us. Now i the time. You ran
work In tprrc time, or kivh vour whole time to the
business. No other bu-ine-s will par you nearly
as well No one can fail to make- enormous pity,
by eni;aBL'inir at num. Cosily out fit and term" free
Money in ml-- laxt, easily, and houoiably. Address
THUE & CO., Auaunts. inaum
A favorite Dnwrrlntlon of ons of tho
most noted and BUore-lul -Heilisl In thet'.h.
(now retired- fur theeureof .Yrrroa Urbilily,
t,ot Jlnhooit, lti ami ilrray. N ut
Uj plain suu....'livvluixf . lirugglsUcaii till li.
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisisaa. Me.
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ETABUftlJU OVKU TI11KT V KAU4.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric Appliances art tent w 30 Diyj" Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y01M3 OR OLD,
X1T"H0 r (mflVrlriir from Nsrvocs nrsnrrT,
V Lost Vitality, l.iru or Niiivi Fovea mo
Tl'l-iR, WaSTINU Hl.K!tlK. Ul(l all lhM' UlM-awM
r-f 1'KKaoNAL Nati ki r-i-uiiiiK fruiu Abi hu and
otiikh t'ArnKK. H,M-.iy r--h-t -in-1 eomi-letw re-tt-,.
ration of llKAi.TM.Vi-ioit an-l Manh-n-ui.i'aka ktkku.
Tho irninil-(-1 iluc-ivery nf iIih SineiiM-nih c.-ntiiry,
Bemlat onco (-.r IlluntrnUJl'uiuplilut fre. A-l-lreas
VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH.
CiTt Ci.kiik's Urnoa, 1
Caiiw, 111., March Mt i, 1"8'. (
Pnhllc uotlr.o Is hereby (Ivi-ii thul on Tuesday tho
17th day of April , A. 1) ISs), a uuneral election
will he held In the cl y of Cairo, county of Alexan
der, state of Illinois, lor the election of tlm follow
ing named olllc.urs, A mayor, city clerk, city
treasurer, city aitornuy and one aide m-iu iroui
each nf th live wards of the city. Kor tho pnr-
fiose of said eleclon p ills w 11 b-i opem d at h-i
ollowlnir named places, vlxt , In the Kiri-t w rd, ut
the .'i)rlu-i liouse of ttio Araii lira company ; In the
Ho'-mti ward, at. the eiiiiine house of tie- KouU
aud l'ia ,y lire c.ituiiaiiT : In the 'I'lilrd wur l, I tlij
eniiin-i lion o i f the llihti'iilan ftrn coiniauv; In
the K-diitli war-l, at tli-i court house; n Urn l-'nili
waid. (it ibt; c-neinu house of i lm Ap- h -r I'ira com .
pai-y. Suld election will be opened at - I ht
o'c ock In the mornlnir and coiiilinni op- no I Until
aev-ii u'l'loi'k In the afiernoon ol sumo v
By order nf the city council, O.J. KulihV,
FIE 'BEST TOOT
IS MANUFACTUKHD 11Y
FISH BEOS. i CO.,
VK MAKE EVBRY VARIETY 01'
Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons,
And by cotiaiilnir ourselves strictly to one class of work! by omployliitf none but tli Xlomt
of WOHKIIN, uslnir nothing but KIUHT-CLA8S IMPIIOVRI) MACIIINKltY and tlm VKU
BICHToI hKLKCTIHD TIM 111-. K, Snd .by TnoUoUUIt KNOWLKUyK of tho business, wo hurt
Justly earned tho reputation ot making , ,,
"THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS."
Manufacltirnra have nbolishmt tho warrsnty, bin Asonto may, on tholr own responsibility, bWo
tho following warranty wbh each wagon, If a OKrood i.
We Hereby W,,rrnt the KIH1I BHOS. WAOON No....... -to bn wo . TJiX
nlaraud o(V'' material, ami that tho atrentjib. ol tbe same la 8nf or
usaKo. HhotTld any hreukaim occur within ono year from this
orworkinansliln runalr for tho same w 11 bo furnished at placoof salo, free of cliaruo, or tha
(ample ol tha broken or defective parts au tldonoo. ... .
KnowliKt wo oau otilt you, wrt solicit rrof ?L,n?T?tml.Th?rtUn,t8d BUtM' 8end
lrrlc...2dT.rUJ., .n.or.oopyol TB XTR, Bart Wit,
PORT GRAPE WINE
Spkek's Pout G'pe Wine J
FOUU YEARS OLD.
THIS CELEIIItATKl) NATIVE WISE la made
from the Juice of the Oporto (liape, raised In
this couutry. lu Invaluabio tonic and strrnt'tli
en I nn propartlea are uusurpassed bv any other
Native Wine. HIiik the pare Juice of 0e Grape,
produced under Mr. b peer's own personal eupervl
sum, tta purity and Kvnuint ness, are guaranteed.
Ths vounest child may partak- of Its K-neroiis
quallUes, and the w-mke-t Invalid use It to advun
taue It Is particularly benetklal to lh aed and
detiilltated, and suited to the varioun ailments that
affert the wmtker ex. It is lu every res poet A
WINE TO BB ItEI.lKI) 0r.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. HIIKHRr tea wine of Superior Char,
actur and i artnkosof the rich qualities of the grape
from wh'rh It Is made I-'or 1'urlty. Itichuess, iq
vol and Medicinal Properties, it will be found un
excelled. Sneer's P. J. p.randy.
This RKAND V staudu miriva'til In this Country
be I lit fur snptirior for medicinal purposes. It Is a
puredistillatlon Iro u th-i irrmie. and con'atns vsl.
liable medicinal proieri ios. It has a delicate fla
vor, slnnlarto lhat of Ihe (rr-ip-!s. from which It la
distilled, and n in irreat favor amouK Dr-t-rlin-a
fsmllii-s. see that the siifn-iture of AMlifcli
M'KKH, I'a'saic, N . J., s over the cork of each
Bold Uy PAUIi SC1IU1I
ARE OF EVKKY DAY OCCURRENCE.
Not s SINGLE INhTANCK ON 1:IC OKI) in the
l---t 3 yeais wher.- one of
Has h-.en broken open by burjUrs and robbed.
Hall's Standard Patent Fire-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PRESERVE their CON
It la a well-known fact that th.-re Is NO SAFK
Bmde in the or d THAT GIVKs AS OUEAT bK
Ll'KITY AS '1 UK HALL'S MAKE.
They always prot- ct their content .
Persons having- Valuables should not
be without a Hall's Safe.
Hall's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKI'II 1j. IIAI..L., President.
CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, CHICAGO,
LOUISVILLE, SAN FRANCISCO,
KT. LOUIS, CLEVELAND.
If EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" TIIK. CITY.
GOODS KOLDVERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1KK CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street! P:lir 11
Commercial ATenniif 'UM, Ills
kTR. KLINli'O GREAT
i Nsbve Restorer
' -.I' ull 1IIIAIN AND NimS
IDihsaors. Osi.v mar. emir, rim Ntliva Arrso
i ioRS.-na.KrnraMl.l.N r A M.l Hi.E II tak.n
iitlr.-it-'il. A-M afrr Irtltlnu tut. 'l'ri auna
l trial b-ittla fr- tu 1'it laani,tlmy payliK itrtH
Inlaws -n l,hn ntfoiTaii. s.nn namm-.i-.n ana
.-innua-l-lr-.aoratltl-'l-Hl t- lm Ki.lNK.WI Arck
tiwiioojj iu near.