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CA.I.R,0 BULLETI1T, jrAJXrTJJLttlZ: 22
Tho wlml steadily blown frt.m the
fhridV'i ovrrttlilDK was dripping, out
lUVof too Louio; b cold, cheerless pros
SLrom ttio wlmloiv. of gray sky, wet
JuTd Uafllcss tros, nnd Innlc ovi-rRroens, si
of Hie flllorlng moisture soaking thrmigu
tint roots of lnwn grass or running in llttlo
noe-bceono rirulct down tho carriage,
rood. The clothes lino so tenco from tho
moisture that they could never bo unfiist
cned, and coiled nway, wcro obstinately
bent upon trying to uproot tho posts to
which they wero tifd In tho knottiest of
knot", thnt set both finger-nails und tooth
t defiance. It seemed m If ono would
liko to go out and thrum n tnl'ornblo ditty
upon them of lottio one thnt hud boon
banged, If for no other purposo than in
sheer spite, to shako off tho thousand drops
that hung pendant from tho zigzag lines.
Kvorytblng was soaking, mo wnecibiirrow
was drltzly I tho colcry trenches wcro lml f
full of water I Tho windows on tho sldo
of the barn facing tho storm wcro shut in,
stud on tho top of tho burn, tho wooden
weathercock (which, by tho way, win n
fish, pointed duo X. E.
We could sco it from tho dining-room
window. Every day wo looked at It, und
thcro it was with IU forked tail obstinately
turned to S. "V. Ah I as wo watched that
weather fish, didn't wo keep Lent?
The houso itself, which is a clover llttlo
bit of comfc rUble architecture In almost
all weather beg in to grow uncomfortublo
inside. Tho t&3 did not scorn to bo as
cheerful as usual. Talk of contrasts of
the cold, howling stormy without, and tho
bright warm flro within of the inclem
ency of naturo on the outsldo of tho door,
and tho blessed, hotpltablo wolcomo on
tho inside t Thoso ideas aro theoretical
contrasts, not real I
Suppose you havo over so warm a flro
Inside, and happen to look out of your
dining-room window, and there, on your
tend is a weather fish, with its tall steadily
pointing 8. V and its head in tho op
posite direction, will all tho cozy Ares In
the world bring happiness to your des
pairing bosom ? And suppose tho day
was Wednesday, and you hud invited
his wife. Mrs. Bultrrum who is also vour
wife dearest friond and tho three llttlo
iiuigrums, all girls, to dine with you, and
partake of a plain country dinner, and
you aaa proviaoa a jjucjc a uounty turkoy,
with celery, to say nothing of everything
"" piaun aoup, ior instance, 10 oegm
with, with green peas; and an nyator juttio,
to kelp rour appetite f cauliflower, as big
as abrido's bouauot, a proient from tho
l'tesiaeni oi an Horticultural tfociely;
baked bam, with chamnagno sauce, to
flank tbo turkey, and a bit of Konobock
salmon for tho fish ; and as you think of
tbe fish, your visual orb reaches through
the glass window to tbe other fith en tho
barn ; and thcro ho it, with his portlnu
cious phiz pointing forever N.K. ? N. E?
N. E. ?
I would not havo minded it so much if
Ilulgrum, who is a careful man ubout
keeping his engagements, had not said:
"Now, mind you, wo'll como if it don't
ralnl" And not only this, but my wife,
who Is rather particular in her culinary
skill, and begins to preparo for a dinner a
day before band, said to mo on Wcdncsduy
morning, with a fco full of falling
weather, "If thoy don't come nothing
will keep Harriet."
Now, although Ilulgrum, over his wino
and cigar, is one of tho most delightful
companions a porfect scholar, nn accom
plished gentloman, a sort of twluilritblo
Cricbton, in fact a man who will talk, not
like a book, but liko a library of books,
and then also talk wonderfully of now
things never recordoi in books; and his
wife, Mrs. Ilulgrum, is ono of tho most
charming, sensible, pretty nml disrrcot
little women as good as she Is wise, nml
as tasteful as sbo is cood-humourcd and
witty: and the little girls, of tho name of
Ilulgrum, who arc allttlo liko father itnd
a gcod deal liko mother ; and wo folt, how
much wo all would havo enjoyed their
visit to us for ms I would havo absorbed
Ilulgrum. my wifo would havo been kneo
to kneo tho wholo evening with Mrs. Ilul
grum ; and our daughters would have taken
tho threo young Iiuigrums into their play
room, among their dolls' play-house, und
such u happy time ns we would havo had
but for that wcathcr-dsh.
Ono hulne I could niako liiiiy. if 1
could not luuluru up our visitor, I could
ut least bring u happy mllo to :ny better
hall. I determined to do it. .She had
been all tho morning In tho kitchen not
crumbling exactly, but smotlieritiL" he
grief by making plot and tarts, and attend
Ins to tho preparation of tho dinnor ten
f rally. Kor sho said If it cleared oil' in
tbe afternoon, they would come in tho
four o clock train; and so, with her hand
full of flour, every llttlo while shu would
give a sorrowful glanco through tho wet
kitchen windows towards thu flsh on tho
top of ttio barn. Jleuutimu, I wn busy
with ft tret lei on nrnvurhs In tin. 111.
in which I found many crumbs of coin'
fort 5 and among tho rest, that "no good
jiur.o is 01 a u&u color," and tliat "It is nn
111 will that blows nobody good," ond
that "tlio darkist hour is Just boforo day,"
and so on j when I heard my wife's foot-
stops on tuo stairs, him! I know sho win
going out to tho sparcroom closet, nfter the
old grandmother's cofleosett, which never
appeared cxcepnor company. JNow was
the time for inc.
I speedily put myself inside n pair of
juuumj pouu, uiai uau grown blue with
the damp weather, and slipping on a kind
of split pea-jacket, hurried off to tho barn,
armed with a common gimlet. In tho
rooi oi tbe barn was a Ant-class scuttle,
and, climbing a ladder, I squeezed
through the bole, and was soon in possess
ion of tbe bead-strong obstinate, doge-ed
and weather-cock fish, which stood seutL
ne n the summit ol a little iron rod
nailed by a crowfoot to tho apex of tbo
roofj but I must explain tbo mechanism
of a weather-cock. You uke whatever
animal you please for a model, d C(,rvs
out his image from a sulnglo or other hit
of soft woof Then you tre 2
derntatb, and in tbe exact centre of him
tbe end of the kitchen poker and burn out
a socket about two inches dcen. ..
quarter of an Inch In diameter. If tho no.
ker Is too large, get the villago blacksmith
to altar it for you. When your weather
cock is all ready, Just put up, somewhere
on the roof of your barn, an upright wire
that will lit the socket, upon which you
can slip your vane, and try it. When tho
wind comes, If you have him balanced ex
nctly upon his centre, you will find that
he will pclnt, head or tail, tho way of tho
wind, just as it happens; so you will havo
to tako him off again, and umko tho pinna
tit pcttur(, u Uulv wore on ono ido of
I the centre nearer tbo head or tail, mid
! ninl you will llnd that tho longest part of
: the pointer will nlwuxs bo turned lo tho
i quarter of tho heaven opposite to that
from which tho wind mine. Th" net if,
that the trim phllonphy of tho weather
cock Is not to chow which wnv the wind is i
.... ..... .i -...... ..r '
lull till) WHICH wnv me ui
Wind has gone In this respect It resem
bles the teachings or experience. Now,
all I had to do with our woalhor-cock, wi
to bom n whole a eonplo of inchc nbnl't
the centre, so as to niako the bend part
longest nml heaviest, and then tho tail
would point to tho northeast, und thohend
to thu southwest. I did so, set him on his
pivot again, scrambled down thu bidder,
and as oon as posslblo got Into tho lmuo
Jlyandby my wifo camo down stairs
with a basket full ofcolToo cups. I could
hoar hor in the dining-room, busy with
them putting them to rights on tho bciiufet.
Just then, as if to add a llttlo to tho delu
sion, tho rain hold up for u brief interval,
and thon I heard hor exclamation I she
was coming! she broko into my room with
a storm of joy, soizod mo by tho arm. and
drawing mo into tho dining-room, pointed
through tho moist window at tho faithless
monitor on me root, and wills nor eyes
booming with delight, said: '-Tho wfnd
has shifted." "Oh I" she continued, "I
had a presentiment they would como after
all; it's onlv ono o'clock now, and nlontv
of timo for thorn to got ofTl" Although it
rained nearly nil of that blessed nftomonn,
my wife was happy whenovcr tho weath
er-cock met her eyo. It was tho signal of
hopo, of bluosky and balmy breezes. And
soon, when train after train had passed,
and wo sat down to dinner, with tlvo
empty chairs Instead of guests, I told tho
truth about tho wcalhor-cock. "ict was
my wifo no less pleased. "Sinco vou did
it to please mo," sho said, "I have no fault
to find with that deceitful wcathor-cock."
So wo nil had a happy dinnor nnd drank
tho health of tho Iiuigrums, and I fuml
gated tho library with a fragrant cigar
aftorwards, and arrived at tho saco conclu
sion that if husbands would only try to
picaso moir wives a nttio, and not bavo
tncir wcatncr-cocits always pointing
nortueast, tncro would bo moro happy
nouscnoius in mo worm, nnucnccriui lire
sides in spltoof tho outsldo rain storms.
A Ltvlssic Heine; Devon rttl by Worms.
(from tho MurMian (Mlm.) Oniotlc, 19lli lnil.1
Wo hnvo rccoivod tho following descrip
tion of n remarkable enso in Nowton
county. Dr. Hughs has sent spocimons of
ino worms to un. unmoro.and Andorson,
ui .uuuiid, nut una Jiui yoi JlOliru iroill
uiciii. 'inocaso'ls Inloreitliif. m .In.
iiiaml thu uttontlon of thu profession. n
being n repetition of Jfuro.ru nufni ,i.
symptoms Tlio flrst sensation is a
creeping sensation undor tho skin produc-
iui;iiii) uiiiiunanui iicKiing j my com
mence nt any part of tbo body, from tho
.a r..n ...! l.
to move, thero is no rest for tho worm nor
patient until It makes its way through tho
Mii,uuu wiieu no gcisiiirougu, only lives
long enough to provothat it is an miltnul,
making a low eilbrts to cmwl after it gots
through tho skin, and in n few moments
thcro is no ovidoncu of life, giving us no
chanco to And out the best plan for killing
uiu iwiuiiMi lviuiu uiiucr ino SKin. Wbllo
in tho flesh It seems to bo strong, with
great lcomotlvo power, traveling from
place to place under the skin at tho rato of
from I to G inches per hour, nt nil times
bocminif, to bo hunting place to get
through to tho surface. Whenever it
makes nn effort to como through, it pro
duces a very keen pain, like tho sting of a
jiuiuiiuu niscKi, u very Olteil miiKCS tho
effort to como through, nnd aftor giving
considerable pain removes to soma other
part, as though It was hunting nn vasior
plncofor its exit.
Thoy con bo felt to crawl under tho skin
as they (jo from place to place, as sensibly
as a tlv can bo felt to crawl over tho
fuco; whenever thoy come, or attempt to
como through tho skin, they produce In
tonso pain, redness nnd swelling, and n tu
mor forms from tho slzo of a hen's egg to
that of u ten cup, mid in course of from 4
to 0 hours it either comus out or removes
to some other part. .Soma of thu places
auiiiuniii',iuui iicoiiicnimicovcrcuiu uesn
others niako their iippearnucn covered ii
Mood, thu latter giving tho most pain
iimy iiiiiu Yiim.'ii luuiuu uvery part ol II
iivniiiiiK nun nai oeeu nuini m n.
iuviiii im jjivc liny renei, or klop tlielr liroi
iiio place where thoy comu throuirh
i.u .mu nvviii m u uuiiuiniu in lienlliiL'
H'liii ....... .1 t. i
i.n. .nn vim uiiiiu iiiruuL'u nuoui iwciv
dnvs UL'o and tho nlnen i n.ii .i-..n
each jiluco dlschargiiig from f to 10 drops
worm leave a holu where hu come out
nuoui iiku wnuru a couiiuoii tizod pegging
nwl had been thrust through u piece '
wii i in 1 1 u-r, reuniting us roundup! lur
several days. Thero huvo been about ten
uiai nao miuio tlielr wnv through thu
mil. i iiiivuiiHcu io kiii mem under Hit
skin by dividing it with mv lancet, nml
jailing to get out but onu half of tho
worm, tno part inuumed very much nnd
presented thojippearanco of erysipelatous
tiuniiiiiiiuii, tug uiuora KintHi bv prcssuru
resulted about ns tho former, 'but both
yieiuing to tuo common treatment for lo
cai iiiuammation, poultices, iVc.
in being moro Particular in describing
inis minimi, i avi 1 1 toll vou lmu- ..m. .,r
wiem camutoino suriuco; it commenced
i tno external car giving most Intense
pain, so much so, I was compelled to use
laruo doses ol inornhlno: In ilinmnf
onoursit ion mat u acu nml irj.j
... 1 . I ..... J.. .VUUI
along In tho direction of tho furo),,!
pahslrig ver tho temporal artery near the
ing its way under tho scalp, not far from
tbe edgo of the hair, it makes iu appear
anco In a tumor about tho slvo of
iuu ii irnvu irroni iinin. nnMiii , mir
egg, covoreu wun blood and puss.
The worm is about ono inch to
quartor;iiieho long, and about tho sizo of a
Jariro broom straw, lookini' vnrv mn.l, iu,n
ii. .i i .ti ;
",u coiumoniy caned sawyor, that
,.u nun unuci uHrK oi uecayeu trees.
Tho patient is u ladv about 2.1
fair complexion, mother on children, con
stitution very goodj no scrofulus tumor in
; "tinny. 11 mu treawiiuni proves suc
cessful, 1 will givo it to vou soon.
J. M. HUGHS
. A Tter.arted Attslese.
si.. 'u,br?h MW'teh thus describes
, m. u ,1'''1,1 bt" tho B.vmnast Kug.
eno 1 oumell, at tho VarletlcV'theatre:
I,. , rf,P,w.Ur't! ""'""cutes graceful feat
,.1 ? n J VUf tw, ,"rt'urLur. Last
I. gl t, as ho was about to do this part of
tho porlormancc, ono buna bulni: wet with
perspiration, it slipped on tho iron ' ba
WLoti hh wurxed, tlnijj-ninMi lvcscaca
his grasp, though to tako n strongor hold
on mother part of tho bar. Ho was at
this tlmo straight in tho nlr, nml when try
Jug to lake tiio ioeoml ;rasp his equilibrium
was lost. Ho grouped fit tho bar, but miss
ed it nml shot suddenly downward. Strik.
lug the rail round tho orchetni, Koumclli
i t i .i ... .1
ootiimuii suimuuij ixiuhwmu 10 mu noor,
among tho iiiuslcaiis. Tho midienco for
a moment seemed paralyzed, but fuvernl
persons soon recovered their 4cn.'us mid
went to tho old of tho Injured man, who
lay senseless. He was raised to u sitting
posture, mid, opening his eyes, caught
sight of thu two girls who perform with
hi i n, standing on tho bar nt tho door.
Though suffering Intonio pain, ho at onco
begged tho bystanders to loosen tho ropo
by which thoy descended, nnd onablo them
to como down. No ono stirring to do this
ho ngaln urged them to rescue tho girls,
evidently fearing that their fright would
causo them to full. It was an appeal which
mado nn tho spur of tho moment, nnd bv a
wounded man in great ngony. declared tho
gymnast to bo possessed of tlio purest nnd
bct qualities of manhood, nnd marked him
tuo tuorougiiiired gentleman. When tho
two girls wero safely down, ltouinclli was
carried into n dressing-room, nnd u phyj
iclan sent for. ltoumclli's Injuries aro
altogether Internal, no bones bolng broken,
nnd it is hoped he will soon rccovor.1'
JOSN' COAI YARD.
FOOT Of ELEVENTH STREET
Menu Carbon, )u Quoin and
O O AsXj
Alfood Hiipnly ou llauil.nmldrllrrrrtl
la mmy part of She ell)'.
Kvcry Iind of Coal Weighed, and full
nv atom coai. rniNisr.n at 3o
I'KR OAR I.OAI).
Orders left at the IIIco willbeflllcd Itumi'ilUtvi;
JAMES 1I0SH, 1'rop'r.
Aro Prepared to .Supply Customers
with tho Ilcst Quality or
Ordcra Utt nt llHlllilajr Ilros. Olllvr,
So. 10 Ohio I.evsr, or nt tlie S'out
Vnnl tit low IhcKt. I'linrlrt llu
Irlf will Krrtlvc l'roinit
Tio Tiik "Montault" "III lirinis Coal nIonsile
Ip.unco at any hour, day or night,
sfalro, Oct. Wlh, 1S70. If
J N. IIAKIIEL,
MLASSWAltK nnd HOUSI' FUUNiSH
185 and. 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
(1 IV. 1U.V.MX, 5f . I. Ilea.
J lOKNCK-Corner Ninth and Walnut
OITKT.-Uorner Sixth Street and Ohio l.nee
OKI'ICK HOUIW-Kri'lil !i a.m. In Ii m., nnd
HKHIHK.NOK-.No.il, Thlrleinth r
elwi'i'n Wa.hlnston Avenue and W.lnul Streot.
OPKCi;. 120 t'omrreUI .Wenue, uplalri
WAKD.VKIt, n. ., Cairo
l!KIIIl':i: Cnrn-r nf Vl,.l..l,
nnd Wiuliljrinii ne. iiKI ICKdn C'oiiiiii.tiIkI
iiu nivr I In' I'iKtollii'n. UKKIl'K VIII'IW
Irom 1 1 in hi In 12 in,, (niiDd.it r vecplcd I and
Iroiu lo fi p in, ' '
gKWI.Vfl M AC III.VKN.
THE li.VYIS VEKTICAI, FEED
The Comiiletent. KluinleHt nml lln
Sewlus; Machine luUne.
Cor, 8lh St, & Washington Ave
.J!'? d.f '"nJ toJ ''AVIS 8KWIMI JIAC'll.
INK in the Atlantic Hlntea, where they nr la'l
bnuwu. and whero thev miimlant ,.n ,n,., i.
j;realer than ran lie supplied. '
ltneter fulls in unv kind ufnrlr. it I. i,n.,i..
conjiMlinu nf H few Irons parts, and its lerlieal.
feed enaiilea ii to run overceani and lo turn cor
uern without chanue of sliieli ur tcntion,
Clothiiii; and (iluvn iiiiniirikrtiir..rM ,.uru.i. A
all olhem, and that it In jul tho thiniJ fur f.iinllr
ewlncter)lody ttil I acknowledge ufierixain.
?itr. iiiinera nam aever.il mv ami ditleri nt
lyles of finish, and respectfully iuvitu nllwhu
i ant tbe
BEST SEWING MACHINE
Manufactured In mvn ll.rm ii cnll l.nf.ni. niin.liny.
s, ii niiniiii'i'
. Oil II 11
fail aim tiet a circular. i
HOOFUND'S GERMAN TONIC
llobflntnl'H Poslopliylllitu Pllla
Hoofland's Greek Oil
Hoofllaud'H Ocrmnu Hitlers.
A Milters Wlthaut Aleobel r
lidllltrontfrom niiotnurs. Is comesed of the
1'iirejulcnor timl principle of Hoots, llcrlx nml
IlArks (or ns mnlicAlly Icrmc.l, eztrscts,) thr
worthless and inert tortlons of tbo InKroiilent
not being ucd. Therefore, In one bottle of tills
Illtlcra lliero licontAlneilas muchrneJIclnsI vir
tue ru will be found In icrcml gclloni of orillnw-y
mixtures. Tlio ltool, etc., usoiilntlils Hitters
nro Krown In Oerininy, their Tlt.il principles ex
trsctnl In that country by n scientific Ch mlsl and
forvtsrled to the mnnufMtory in tlil city, where
I hey ore cnmiioundeil nnd bottled. Cnntilnlnt: no
uplrituous innredients, thU Hitters I free from
tlia objection urcd ngiliut nil others ! nodesfrs
fur stimulants cAn bo Induced from their use.
can malt no drunkards, nnd cannot, under jr
frcumstanccf, haro any butabcncflclal rflecl.
Uooflona's Herman Toulc.
Wan compoundcil for thoin not inclined to e
rimo t.ltlvri. itml l Intemled for u-o In (ca
when oani Alcolio'.iohtitnulant In rciulie.I In con
litclion with thu tunic rortlcn of tho Hitter
I'mU bollln of thn Tonic rontalna one bottle n
the nitifii, combined with pure tfnU Crui Hum,
and flavored In eucli n manner thit the extreme
bitltrnoM of the Hitters l otercome, forming a
preparaii'inhlfihly nureeuble and pleansnt to tli
palate, and containing the medicinal vlrtun of tho
Hitters. Tho price of Dm Tonlo Is 91 00 por
liottlc, whlclnnany persons tlilnlttou lnli. They
imitt take: Into consideration that tho stlmu
lant Uted in guaranteed to bcofn puronuality
A poor nrllclo could lm furnished at a chosptr
irlcf,llutN Itnot lictter to pay n little moro nnd
luito C)0't itrtlclo T A medicinal preparation
rhotild contain none but thu let in2reiiviili nnd
they who expect to obtalnn cheap compound will
iiiotvertIiily I tliisUd.
They arc tlio Urcateat
l ur Liter C.iiiiphuut, Dyspepsia, .Ncnoto Deblll
I), Jutindli'i', liiaeiifti of liiu Kidueya, Krup
IIUII "i llie nin, ami nil uitnrs
nrlnuK from a tli.orderoil
Liter, bKiinich, nrlin
purity bf thv
Head ih. ,'ullowina nviniilomai Coni atinn t
Klntuli-iicc, luwani 1'ilua, 1 illlnem of bluod to the
neaii, Acidity oi irie. Mmiiai.'ii, aunea, lurl-liiirn
illltui.luf fuoU, fullnenaorweliiht Inlhc fitoiuacli
bout hruelalioru, lnkini( or nulterinK at tlm pit
of Ihn IoiiimIi, kWimniliiK of the head, liurrifl
Iniror ultucatliiuaeiiiiatlom wlien In alt lair tm.,
tare, illmnesa of vision, iMiandwebba beturelh
utm, nun pain in mu neau,uencincy or iiersplr.
alion, ellowne of tlio akin und te, pain in
lliusiile. Imok.cliesl, limbs, etc., audden tlushen
uf heat,burulnK In the rlish, i'oustantlnai!iiiiuita
l erll, an.t ureal ilenresslon of splril". Alllhe.e
liiiiiuaiouiseasaot ine Liter or dltfentlte organs
t Ullll'lUt'U W llll llllUH UIUU4I.
I'heuseof the Hitters nr Tonic will soon cause
irivaiiove symptoms toillappear, and the patient
III iM-viiiim ntll nuil liraii .
Dr. Hoofluiid'ri O'reek Oil,
I.IlitluK;i'ui for all kluila of t'alns
Arrurn Kna.nur,-Il will cure all kinds ol
imiii!iiu acnes; hucIi as Hlieuinalism, .Neuralgia,
luuiiinciiv, uniii.iHini, nprains, nruises, i rnsi
lilies, Headaches, I'sUis in the Hack und l.olns,
r.iinsino joinis, jiiiium, minx oi insevis, kiii
Taaax larraNAllr. It will enre Kidney Com
plainl, taikuches, tick headache, eoliu.dy.enlery
diarrhoea, cholera infanluin. cholera inorbn.
eraiiipauiid lulus inthe nloniach, fettr und ugue,
vuujfiis, t:viiir, nsuuiia, etc.
Dr. Hoofland's rodophjllln,
Oil Hl'HTITUTE VOIt MKHCVKY
Two 1'IIU ss losc.
Tht mot oicerul, yrf Innocent Yegtlabh
It Is not necenary to take a handlul of these pills
ii, iit,iuiv. in.. ivhi(uii riiifii iwn ill llieill act
uivhij iu,,. puni'iiuiiy,i-ieaiisiug inu liter, slum
null nnd lwes nf ull impurities. The priin'ipal
ingredient Is Podupliyllin, or the nlchohollo ex.
tract if Mandrake, hiiicIi is by many times moro
powerful, acting nnd searching' than the Mandrake
itself. Its peculiar action Is unonihn 1
ing it speedily from all obstructions, with all tho
I'unciui .iniiiij.jii ireo iruiu ino injurious ru
nulls attached to tliullsunf llml mini..;.!
roriill .liseases, in which theiiie of acathartlo
Is Imlicatvd, these 1'ills will give eniiro salisfae.
imu iu rivty . navt suey sins sail.
In cases of Liter romplsint, 1'yspepsla.and ex.
treiiuicosliteness.Dr. Iloorlund's German Hitters
"rTonio should bo used In eoniiK-tlon with tho
Tills. TheTuuio elluct of tlm Hitters or Tonlo
builds up the system. Tho Hitters or Tonlo pur.
iftes the blood, ulrenctheua the mru-s, moiiAtis
in i.i. . i .u.1 miii's siteiigwi, energy aim tigor.
Keep your lowels active with tho f'llls, and tone
up tho sj stem Willi the Hitters or Tonic, und no
liseasecan ntalnita hold, or rrer again assail it.
These medicines aru sold by nil Iirugg.sts and
dealers in inedlcinea eter)wherv.
llecollect that it is ir. llnortanl'a German
Kemedli s, that are so universally med nnd recom.
nienileil; and do notullow the Prutglst to induce
.,illo tike anything else that he may say Is Just
as good, because ho makes n larger profit on It.
Ttieae Heiilcdieswill be sent by express loany In.
rality.upon application to the Wll.NOII'AloF
flVR. Bltho fiVillMAN MKIJIC1.NK BTOItK 831
JSKCJI bTltKKT.l'hliadelphla. "
CHAN. 91. KVANh, Prorlctor
tVsr surrly V. M. JAC'UNo.X sk. CO.
Iheso remeilies are for aalu by Druirgisls, Htoro
l..i.p.ri, nnd Medicine. Ik-afers, etenwhera
Ihroiighout tlm .I'lilled Mates, fanadns, South
Aiuerieaaiid the west Indus, 1'urHultl'y
W. II, Morrle,
Notary Public and U
AkhcIk 85,rii,ro.i ir
AOKTir AMEKIOA, IM.,
Aaicle U.ni l.UlO 72
iiiu:.ix, iiAHii tmo,
Ahmi'Ih l,nM, MM M)
im i:hna rioAi.. v.,
Ahhih i.:t:t,:itH 17
A'tscta 70n,1i:i7 7
AnaetM 5in,(l7 S!s
IIOMEi:, tJOI.U.MIJI s,
Aaaola l."5,a7's .UJ
A.tlKKICA.N i:TU VI.. .11 0.,
AkhcIss .100,000 00
CONtf. MUTUAL l.ll'E,
AasteU :i4.ooo.ooo 00
AHISCtN 1 ..100.000 00
ItAlMVAY lAN.Si;ji:itN AS
NLHACi: LO., II AIM..
AhhvIm .100,000 00
AHecta, M0:i0,80'J 08
Safford, Morris Candee,
71 OHIO IsEVEK
City National lUnlr,
IKK AM) MAUIAK
JVinqrn.in., IV. Y ;
Oormanla, IV. Y. ;
AMNKTM tl.UOH.n'SI 7 H
Iopiiblic, IS'. Y 5
AHsitrris 9?is,tm eo
Coroprlaliig llm y'ssilcrtvrlira.ti;r
YonkorN, IV. Y. ;
ASSNKTM H7MCI I !
ANNKTH 91.13,103 !13
Security, IV. Y. ; Marine
ANNKTtt $I,I3VI H Iu 00
tStores, bacillus, runilture, Hull n
Cargoes, Insured m rate a. fstorabla a sound
permanent security Hill warrant
1 respectfully n U ol tho clliiins of Calm,
share of their patronage.
;. .v. iiiif.'ni:.
Othee at l'irt National lung
fpilK HHIUAI. CIIAMIti:it.
fjtauy tor Toting Men
OKEAT SOCIAL KVILS AXI) AIlUSKS
Which Interfere with Marriage, with sure menu
!.' fllyj!". ".'0l'rri" "n'1 im:ortuuale, ilihiai,.,
hunt in senlmi envelope, freo (ifch.irgo.
Address. HllU'Allli ' u . kiti iiv .Ti. 1.--,,
cj.a.t'ON. N.!ieutU Muih it., l'iiildvl.riii7
-.til'AtiF ir!..., .
, , BUNDS
LATH AND I.UMBER
i nn:, ON"
Bolwccn Commercial and Wash
Aucuts lor Jlork ISivci Jl'aX'r
('(Hiiimnj'iSlifiitliltijr iVIt autl
II. iV. .BoIiis'h Imprtnt'tl EttitiC
liimihvtt.vt i9t liiitul.
QAKI. I. TIDOIIAK,
la pn uiri' I o tin 11
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
(iit.Mitt iM.nitr.f, avi:.mi:a.'.d
01110 m:vc:i:, cakko.
FULTO.V ii SONS, - I'mprtctor
Arc .No tv In l ull 0ierittloii.
Mer. Fulton A !"in are ,r. p.i-r 1 1- caul.
sn i; nn or nouri r t.-.n ' ,,, . 'y. ami , 1m
ilill Kii',1 tf all kind (ir.il, tin ) , r, a,'l
or in less qiiaut it, ina-i Irom the Wl, u
tWust. npr I .lil
t 1 nr.. .
Cairo City Book Bindery
Is t repair I t.
Mu 11 run it, iiimiiii iti.uk. unit .In nt
klint nf Hook llliiilin milt ttiilliiK
7H Ohio Tievoe,
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
beai w mm
WI.VSTO.V tV CO.,
uf e- -!)I '0 J .11 (J. I! .. in
A t .)
A. V U rJP II C ?j 33 22 Ml
Vi, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEF
Buy iuid Sell Jteul Jistntc
. t'HMSU . IIV! It. TS SIT TITI.I
a m I'ttci'Ai'.c o:. vi;y.tM i:s
IU U Mm
I . T r.ici,r)
I I '1 IN
22to., t o . ,
Ko. 58 I5SaI Bii'vve
Of .iluiiey, I'eiiiisyl vuiilii.
iillsl CIiAIMS I'AIII IX ill) VIIAItS.
I mr riles and prompt and itmiiiuM, 11 i,r. iv nti
fnjil till nml Asset). .limn lllt.'i, s 7 (,
TOIM'l.i: iSil o,
As it-. i , f 111..
Ollll'i. In U'ilili r's lllnKL ...., ,. -
Coiniiiereial nieime. 1 in,
jJVO. II. IMIILS.IM,
ISuccoisorlo J'.irl;erA I'hlllis.l
And Iiealor In
riour, Meal, WJ' Com, "al,
11 n i ol
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
CMAIM'IIU OAK STOVIIS.
u. m;.lii, 1 '
Thedelnnnd for Charter Oak, Chiieilig" and
i:enlni Htar Htotes lis grown s rapidly
thai wnhsra not filled orders as promptly a de
sirables but having no seemed llm nsitaiiew
nl aiiothnr htotu Tnuudry, o shall herr.-ifti r
online tteaily lb i"iitlr-furen of mir on cstab.
I:hiuent, Inn prtKlilcllOii of the Slotes nbntii
11. nn , I nml hooo 10 till all orders nllhnut di l.iy.
Wu Himld rt the attention of thosonbout pur
I'hn.lnis, In Ihniueeen and populsrlty of ail of
iheii Htoves .No better cviiicricn of their inlniisln
merit ran I, iiRered than a statement of thu fact.
that niter Is Jenrs iisnniid lungUbif t tuseteru
li -lslnnll hind of loralitivi, and to tlm mint
bitter and determined 0,,onll,,)i that could be
inu iitcil, that they arc tn.ilay, tho
Most Pnimlnr Slorrs In tlio Market,
and have given smdi sulml.u.tion lliat tho demand
a greater II1.111 eter.
If jou want the
iii:st cooki.m; stovk for wooi
buy the CIIAHTKIt OAK.
If tin itnnl tho
IIMST COOKIXtJ MTOVK I'Olt COAL
buy tho C1IA1.M:NM
If ytu snt th
Xi'iitt'ht .V HeslSlieeMron I'arlnr Slinc
en nun I", b iy ll.e KVK.M.Na 8 TA II.
"of.i) nr.-... t
KX0KI.SIOU MA.MJKA(ni,'ltl.MJ CO.
Oil! A. Cll N. mttss Ntrl,
Ml. I.nuls, ?lo.,
2 S.MYTII V ).,
keep rot linlly
I !ete i
cn htn I a r.-io.t c
'Scotch and Irish Whiskies
h Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
hs vv.si.iir J It. I A Co.fs Oletr?"!
We .. r ' -. u :y f, r (,, to ahi. h lv t s
. ' irfi. -. b4rK u I yc.s
-. il n'lent "n fi ten t5 ft. i friers
H. M. HULEN
A . II
llnx Itciiinieil to Ills Oh! Stand
i 34 Commeicial Hvenue
W... ra heaoliei ts a lutin'r 1 mayei.
i r irnireiiito rrn r-, ai I, as 1 r 11
na on.i. as iitaywnt prune croccms, 1 roji .ii.t
eu., ri m irkatiy clinii tcrcsh.
Tern.- M i'v , ... , , r tt( !,,h he, it 11
bwert!,.in I) e . a, -1 .-
y.i i.i:ti.vi: iti:s(;ii's
Cor. Slli St. A- Watlihiu'tonaic,
Cnirn, - - - Illinois
I supplied with the rrtshot
(iroitilrs, s;rrtu mill Drlrtt nml On.
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butter
Ai'lderytli 11.,' else nee,e,l lor lirinly supp'y
It ,m short 0110 of thols.it slocked urucerii ji
A 1 , ll' .1111 1 . f 1,1,1,1..
,alrc,nao is reapeed'.
W, Hrattnn, 'f, JUril,
gTISATTOX ,V 1ISIU,
uei-cs.irs ti-trr.tl:,n, Hudson A Hark,)
UU , i SS N HfiKLHAN S.
C7 omo Xsia-vaaia
.tiitiits ol Aiiierleuu I'o ml 1. r C,, umt
.MiinuiHcJiirers Ati iilN lor Cotluu Vitrii
ri I. UII.LIAMSO.V,
Xo. 70 Olilo l.ovcc,
u , , CAIRO, ILL.
Ssieclul nlteittlnu kU'cii to 'uiislun
men Is ana IlllliiK OrdcrN
' Will i? "
And nil hinds
l.KtiAi, a.ms s o.iini:itciAli