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SCOTCH AND I HIS II WHISKIES
I'ort, Madcria, Sherry and Ciitawbu "NN'ines
P PMTT1I A CO. toll PiclUdltely for ca)i, to
J V. which tict thf nml- ihe mpeclat atln.
tioii ui rW bargain buyers.
Special attention yirfii fa Filling Orders,
Tiirni)AY Moiimso, Sept. 28, 1871.
UN 11. UUF.RLY. Kuniitt tt fiw imrit.
usm or inr. lmiv lu-iitm;
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'n.tvrliy crrlr, InflilvHtii-. 10 p
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k in'illlf 4 25
viwr 8 cm
(.(Via papero) Alunvtrr mnttiml of tht nil oj
"Til 'ii "OTWVjiltiM w SuutUra JIUiMit
a ttlJe-axaUjouiual; tmnU, but firtrsi; ou(.
vni.tn on nil n,bjett$ oj tntcrut to the jiuWie ;
nUn large arvliriercnuvi thnliitlan, the llutle
lii tolutl4 tht intmniqe ot tnteUicnt relief 4 aiul
nln-pmij liiuinui tut n.
the doli.au wi:r.KLV-iiULi.:Ti.v.
Ii-'m II. OIktIj- Co, nato rrducul the ul.
r,,.;ipn prir of tho. Weekly Cuiiri lUillrtl to
One frlnr per einrum, making it tho rh'(ovt
l"Tiuttitlirit m Southern Illinois. -
DKMOCIlATir COIf.STV TIOKKT.
For Trfurcr und Collector,
.101 IN P. irELY.
It Ih expected thut VresidciU Orant
will spend Sunday hi Chicago
-NK.W i OltK CUSTOM HdL'HK
a cording to the Sun. u doing its level
ln"it to pack the republican stale con
vention with (Jrant juon and those op-p'l-cd
TllK A'TltK.RA.N VNOD of Kast
1'i-misylvania is not yet up to Mrs.
Wnodhill's idea of doing thing. It
roeeiitly passed resolutions ctroncly
condemning tho woman's rights move-
Anna Dickinson bays that she is
opposed to "that man Grant" The
preident should' try to conciliate the
gentle Anna. Shu. propos-cs to be-in
her winter lecturiug tour soon, when it
is believed, bho will give Her views on
the political out-look of-the tiuics,
t'KAVE kkaus areiontertained in re
gard to the health of -Queen Victoria.
The cable announces that' in udditiou
to a severe affection of the throat, end
B ' ". bLwc -uudqr the arm, sho
... .unmug rroiu tt malignant
scrofulous discas.0. The QuoeUi now
vigorous miuuie hid winch could sue
ccssfully resist tho complication of dis
cases now aflicting her, , .
l'lTTiSJiuiu) is making cxteuslve
preparation for the entertainment of
Grant, on his ictiirn fr'oln Cincinnati.
niu hoHpitahty of thd city is to
tendered him, tho different societies,
military, firemon, etc., "will turn out.
and the day is to ho mado a general
holiday. These Vittnburgers aro a
rtrango community. TJiey!mako a dis-
pensation of .JPrtfridence un occasion
HflV. ltlfSHPt. (llMlNT.V. 0110 Of
most dif-tingnislicrfoftlic KnJiVh mom.
ben of tlio Wn.liiiig(" commission
about (o meet in thaf city, expressed
himself ns follows on a J'liblio occa
sion, Bliortly before leaving England:
" I know "perfectly woll from informa
tlon Mint already reached mo, Hint tlic
. I ...III I.a I.m,.1i. I. ...
cans' wiicn ni no uwu(,ni i' iinu n
tp numerous i some, no doubt, III lie of
nmiilimted nature : some will Jnvolvo
.iti!iit1f .ltiettlniis nf ninrntltiiii nnd inter
national Inxr, titit .1 hat e very creat faith
n our honest endeavor to Uo right, feei
ng hs 1 do, tbnt that will letbedetermin
lion uf both lnvcotlcicuci, kiid trustlne
iliat I mvjoli flinll hot fall'tho'rctn. I mud
nr.ain.Uiou ill it doc not!lccomo lie Hint put
u-tii on tliu harness to boast himself like
unto liim that take'tli it on", .vet 1 can not
doubt Hint we 8lmll.uo.abo to nrrivo at
tbnt just Jeclslon In the matters referred
to in which if vmbtlearrtesUy desired by
thogi'vcrniiicht.iititl people of both conn
tries.1' .' .
O.VK M hiT. nfepi.CJONs offered in
the convention qf colored men now in
kC?Mon nt St. Jjouu", rendu an follow:
lletohrJ, That tho truo Intcreiti of hu
manity, at well iia tlic noecijltlcs of the
wboleeoiintry,innd moro 'particulhrly the
recently liborntod ilavel and tho white
iinionlsu of tho aouthern ilatcj, demand
the enfrnnehisment- of nil loyal men, wo
thoreforo moil respectfully petition con".
Cros to .remove tJio political. disabilities
from nil true repentant rebel of the south,
and thus practice tho great lesson and
divlno command, "Forgive and lovo your
The ppirjt of tin? resolution is comV
nicndablo and docs credit to tho col'
orcd men who offered it. They seem
to bettor appreciate the southern situ
ation and what would conduce to a hap
pier state of affairs there than many of
their white brcthern of theradical party.
Hut although it in well enough for col
ored men as well as white ones to for
give their enemies, it would bIiow bet
tor statesmanship in the former who
meet in conventions and who believe
that the political disabilities of tho
south should bo removed for the rea
sons enumerated in the resolution, to
say so, without always adding their
christian-like desire to forgive their en
emies. L There may bo too cuch even
of a good thing, and in their evident in.
tcntion of heaping coals of fire on the
southern bead, the frecdmcn may over
do tho thing and Leap too many of
them. Generally, the last, thing your
enemy wants you to do, is to forgive
him. But the southern people as a whole
are not tho enemies of tho negro, the"
constant reiteration of forgiveness by
the latter must be a burdensome favor
to the recipients. In the'ehanged con
dition of things in the south,it is highly
desirable that black and white sbould
dwell together in peace, and there is no
reason why they should not, if the col
ored man will divest himself of tho idea,
pcn-istently dinned into his cars by the
radical party, that tho southern white
man L his enemy.
(IIIAS1) ur.NTKAL II0TKI., XKW TORK.
1th now nearly one year sit co this
mnuioth Hotel was opened to tho pub
lic. It commenced iU business upon a sculo
uf iniigtiiflcnncu unequalled in modorn
times, with accomodations unsurpassed in
any of the cities of tbo new world.
It made a complete in ovation in prices,
combining all the cleonco comforts, and
aiu, of nt once tbo most fashionable and
domestic of hotels, at rates that took a
quick hold upon the public mind, and
which has sustained throughout tho yoar
with unparalleled suoccss.
AVe record with pleasure tho fuct,,that
the patronage it has secured has been
worthy Its high and increming reputation,
and that its nnmnrous advantages lmvo
placed it in ono foremost rank of tbo
Wo understand that no efforts will bo
spared to make it during tho approaching
autum, tho samo favorite resort for fami
lies and tourists.
It continues to present a freshness of
appoamnce, ttperfeclnoss of appointments,
and an eastern splendor of beauty and
elegance, in strong contrast to most of its
rival', and wo predict for it for tho com
ing year a success, as to tno class ana num
ber of in gnosis, at once mutually grntify
rng to Its ontorprising and corteous
proprietor M r. II. Lymon I'owors, and
tho entire public generally. AVo aro also
glad to learn that Mr. Powers has deter
mined to adopt permanently tho samo low
and uniform rates as horetoforo, for which
be is entitled to a vote of thanks from tho
travelling public nt leant.
Qucn Victoria Is aflllctod
rheumatism in her foot.
President Thlors is afraid of
Tho "Princess of Wates, now on tho
continents expected soon in London.
Thy Emperor William, durine his
i... ... v... i . . "
ufc uniiuin, inatiKuaratea a now
Jules Favrc, It is reported, is about to
retire irom tho assombly, tho bar, and tho
A monumorit to tho mcmorv of tho re-
nownod Italian poet Danto was unveiled
at Jlantua, Italy, August 1.
Marslial McMahon declares that ho
assumes tho solo responsibility cf tho re
sults ot his march from Chalons to Sedan
that ho 'did not act by orders of Napo
I'S-Her.i t. n, -i. , .
comic nong. i :,, ' , ' " J'onu,on
America, Umreforo ,.oit It to'm'emo-
Indian, and aftlo-steallng xM from
Mexico intb' Texus aro becoming so troub
lesome that Gon.vKoynolds otUftjnlu- rco.
uiiiiiiuiiui mm uiiuuu oinius irovps bo cm
pioyvo to aid tho Toxans In
THE CAIRO DAILY
GEN. WADE HAMPTON.
HIS P01WI) ADVICE TO TllK tOUTIIKnN
Gen. Mdo Hampton, In a letter to tbo
editor of tho Southern Heme, mlvlsis the
Southern .nomocracy t0' tako no part In
the Democratic atlonn! Convention.
His reasons aro:
I. The Southern dclagales in a National
Convention could exercise no Influence in
shaping tbo policy, making up tho issues,
or selecting tho candidates for tbo next
contest, without seriously injuring tho
p:ospcct of a Democratic triumph. That
this would inev tnbVv bo tho case. Is nro
ven by the result of tho last Democratic
Convention, where tho verv nrcsence of
t'oumerners wasuscu to preiudico the ac
tion and to defeat tho candidates of our
2. If the Sbulhe'rn delegates could not
with propcrioty exert any Influence in tho
Convcnli6n. wliilo thairre attendance
in it might rosult in Infinlto mischief to
the Democratic party, it is surely tho
part of wisdom to refrain from participa
ting In tho deliberations of the Conven
tion. !!. The northern Democracy will have
to bear the burden of tho fight in tho next
Presidential contest, und it is only
right that thoy sbould chooso tho field and
select tho standard bearers.
Of ct irsc in pursuring this policy, wo
should tako care to have our conduct and
motives fully nuderstood by our Sorthorn
frlr 's. Wo should any to them that we
aro actuated solely by tbo dcslro to pro
mote tho success of Democratic principles
and Democ.Atic candidates; that wo wish
to Icavo ttcm freo to act, as tbo best inter
ests of our party demand; and that we
picugo tnem in tno contest an tno am we
'can give, only asking them to give us a
good platform, and as acccptablo can
didates as thoy can. When tno solcctcd,
tho Democracy of the South can ratify tho
action of tho National Convention
and thov can use every effort to sccuro tbo
success of tho party; for on ilssucccss de
pends tho extenco of tho Southern stales.
X WEALTHY Y0UN0 LADY JLND 1IKR UN
CLE'S HOSTLKB AUSCOiiD ZOOETHER.
From the Chicago Times,
It was reported at polico headquarters
on yesterday that a wealthy young lady
doped with her uncles hostler. Tho nut
ter was not Intended tor publication, un
iho contrary, uvcrythinc possiblo has been
done to keop tho scandalous affair out of
tho nowspapcrs. Tho neighbors, however,
would talk, and tho story soon leaked out,
Hitnuugb tno run particulars woro not eas
ily got at. It appears that a young Prus
sian, named Humph Licbitr, nrrled in this
dty from Jluffulo somo four or fivo weeks
ago. In tho courso of a few days ho np-
pucu lor and round work as a nostier in
the stablo of a prominent banker and
South-side church-goer, who lives, proba
bly on Indiana uvenuts. iiuuoipu was a
wfllineBoul, and it was not a creat wbilo
until h succeeded in creatine the impres
sion among tho pious members of tho
household that ho was a most exemplary
young man and withal a God-fearing host
At least so thoucbt a Miss Adcla
P , tho banker's nieco whose father
is a wealthy cotton factor in Syacusc, N.
Y. Miss Adela thought thero was not a
man in all Chicago who could compare
with Kudolph in form and deportment,
which sentiments, however, woro only
laughed at as thoso of a young lady who
coumuuruu u nur uouuuun uuvy vu viihik
moro of her uncle's establishment thun
anv other in tho fnshionablo Sojtli end.
Pour or fivo days ago Miss Adcla failed
to appear at tho 5 o'clock dinnor, and
when a servant went to her room sho was
not to bo found. Then tho alarmed house-
bold searched tho premises,' and finally a
noto wnsdiscovdrcd tn which sho said,
" My darling Kudolph patted the horses
so tenderly, und is no pious that I know
wo will always bo happy, " or words to
Thcv had fled together, tho Yorkstor-
hcirosiand the Dutch hastier. Un yester
a letter was received from Liobig asking
tor forgiveness, and stating that thero was
no usn of any one's "kicking, or rubbing
tho hair on",1' as ho, tho hostler, had mar
riod tho young lady in : Itomo , N. Y.
whore they woro then stopping.
Tho Octobor number of tho Eclectic
Magazine is at hand, and its contents are
of more than usual Interest.' The article
from the QimrferJy Jleview on Darwin's
Descent ot Man, is by far tho ablest and
most sciontiuc attack that has yet been
mndo on this remarkable book. Amonsr
tho ot'ier articlns of note, wo enumerate
tho followlnm "Sir Walter Scott: The
Herschels and the Star-Drphts ; War, a
a roern, oy lion, uoucn .aoel; A rcstn
in enien; ratty Chapters a LI. to
l'l I.; In Kamtohntkn and tho Country
nf tho Koraks; Tho State Pupors of
J-ranee; 'Iho Litorary Life II.; Murio
of VillefrHncho; Piko County llalbtds ;
JteUiieval (oldmitlis; Continuation of
the Deep-Sea hxplorntions : Marian Mnv:
Sir John HorsJhel: Art. Miseollnnv." &c.
A ilno portrait of tho great astronomer,
Sir John Herschcl, ombellishcs tho nnm-
L. K. Pollon, publisher, 108 Fulton
street, .Now York. Terms $5 per year
two copies f'J ; single copie 46 cents.
HOW IT IS I-I.UNDERKD.
A convention of tho taxpayers of Floridu,
lately In session at Lako Git v. linvo Issued
an address to tboir fellow-citizens, " with-
..... . I . . . I . . ..
ouv rcierenco 10 tnoir party connocllonH, '
u which iiiuv.sei ion n l lull l no arao.int
I to bo collected in taxes tho curront vi-nrtu
nearly ?1,000,000, equal to one-olovonth
i uiuiu loiat personal proponty valuation
01 tno Hlato. That "from their knowl-
I C'UL'O Of Hid Cnilillllnii nf ll,n t.rnil ,ml n
iiiereis,ino delegates assembled gtvolt as
uioir ueiioerato opinion that, after doduc-
tlnu tlio actual cost of production, thero
will not remain In tho bands of producers
",Uclnt amount to pay the taxes upon
inuir uronenv. l no unarms tnna on tn
i.. .. .v . i: "7.7. v. : n " "
.,..... ,UV11UU vy wincii u o poopio
xrn mil iinnrPH nml fi.lorms tulilivli ui
nld, showing tho necessity of a gonoral
rnnnni nn r t.iw.ittnn . 11.. i. l
reduction of tuxation excopt tho school
tax. "This tax." thov sav. "should be
retained at such a rate, consistent with tho
rosourccs ot tno people, as will sutneo for
general education. " The tar collections
tor sixtcon years aro given. For 1800 the
amount was $117, 808, 85.
Tho city inspector of Charleston, S. G.
uses tho city carts and laborers to tirade
down and till up his own lots. Positive
Eugono Sullivan, convicted in Evans
vllle, of tho murder of Edward Tohlll. was
on tho 'iOtli rcfusod a now trial, and goes
to Jetl'ersonvlllo for sevoutcou years.
Dr. John G. Holbrook. of Charleston.
S. O., nnd one of tho most distinguished of
jiuiudtnii nuiurausvs, uied at rsoriorK,
near Ronton, Mass., on tho 8th Inst, aged
. i years.
4.gif. .n, A-incKaru. ior tiumv vtin..
manager of the Methodist Hook Concern
nriiiiaii ivuvocuio, oi m. Iiouli, died at
ivvaua uuvion me ztiti. artnr rv.u. .....
... Illlm.. ,.r i ;...i. ..1.1 f.....'
ivwuvuriug i . jJa""! vy.
the murderers pf tho nged brother
BULLETIN, FRIDAY; SEPTEMBER 20, 1871.
and sister of John Harper have not been
discovered m yet. although novcral slmd
m.i i i V ,u "itinir tno atlalr.
I his is almost as nppnlllnK as tho Nathan
murder, and cortnlnly moro bloody.
71'?"' Ijw, Joseph Pnplneati, leader
of tho Canadian Insuroctloti of 18;i7, died
In Montreal on Sunday, aged
83. Ho was long apron 1 lent
actor in Canadian politics, being
Speaker of tho Assembly 20 years, and
otherwlso filling important positions.
Tho Chlllicotho (Ohio) llegiiter con
tains "notice to tho wives of Intomper
anco men." asking them to leavo tho
names of their husbands with tho Secreta
ry of tho Liquor Dealers' Asso.-latlon. nnd
promising that no liquor shall bo sold to
thoso so reported. Tho dealers tako this
method to protect themselves from prose
cution under tho Slato law giving damages
to tho wives of mon who buy liquor.
James W. Marshal, tho discoverer of
poldin California, is on his way Kast to
tell what ho knows about mining. Tbo
San Francisco llulltt'n lays ho is an hor.
est, simple-hearted old man, who tells the
story of bis adventurous llfo with an earn
estn'ess and truthfulness that compol belief
and excito sympathy.
Tho llichmond AVim says : "It seems
that tho Fredericksburg and Gordonivillo
railway has nt last como to grief. In No
vember, 18C9, they borrowed from tho Far
mers' Loan nnd Trust Company of Now-
York, and gavo 500 bonds of $1,000 ,nd
i,uoo oi $ouu, payable in gum in ior
which thov mortcaccd tbo wholo con-
corn, road, rolling stock, franchises and all.
Failing to pay tho intorcs weich fell due
in November, 1870, tho mortgage has been
foreclosed and tho road, &c, ndvertlicd to
be sold in tho city of New York on tho
28th December, proximo."
In Toledo. Ohio, recently, tho atten
tion of a lady was attracted ton couplo of
bovsin tbo street, one of whom, seominclv
addressing tho other, was expressing tils
Indignation In tho most bitter terms.
"You fool, you," bo went on; "you cussed
fool; I'm ashamed of you. lou'ro tho
very darnedest fool 1 ever did seo; con
found you 1" Tho lady finally interposed
to suggest tho unfitness of such languge
toward his associate, when ho replied,
Why, I wasn't tulklnc to this bov: I was
talking to my dog horj. Why, don't you
believe, ma'am, tno cussed fool barked at
that stono dog back thero in thatdoorynrd.
Why, darn him, I won't bo followed by a
dog that don't know moro than thatl"
llio lady gavo up tho job bid rolircd.
Tho first manufacturer of buttons in
the United States was .Vamuol Williston.
While ho was dragging along as a coun
try storekeeper ins eyes having railed
him whllo studying foi tho ministry his
wifo bothought hor that sho could cover
by hand the woodon buttons of tho tinio and
thus earn an honest penny. From this
tho couplo advanced in their ambition un
til thoy had perfected machinery for cov
ering buttons, tho first employou for tho
purposo in tbo United States. From this
sprang an immenso factory, und then
othors. His factories aro stilt running at
Eusthampton, coining woalth for tho pro
prietors, and known to ovory dcalor in but
tons the world over. Ho is now between
70 and 80 Years of ago, is worth fivo or
lis million dollors, and has given$400,000
to Easthampton for a stminay and for
churches, $'200,000 to Southlladlcy Female
Seminary, and $200,000 to Amherst Col-
lege, besides lesser gifts.
S. WALT KltS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, GEDAK POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BUNDS.
S T E A M II O A T L U M II E It,
Kiitnisheit on shortest notice.
Comiiicrcial-nv, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED FROM I'ERRY HOUSE
MUCK HUILDING ox SEVENTH ST
OITOSITE WINTER'S 1II.OCK,
r.TK ha errntly nnprored his stock, .nnd has
an on liaml all kluitr of
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
o the lorcut living fiuuro, and ho Inviti-a the
imtronuxt-or tn jmoiie.
HOUSE MOVER AND IHIILDER
' In prepared to do all klndi. of
HOtfSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
ItKPAUllNO OF EVERY DEHUItll'TION
vs vut most aatsosAnLK liana.
OHPEU3 leK at tho residence ol Mr. Kennedy,
on Conter.atreel. next door to tho now achool
lioiiae, ornddreaied to tho care of 1', U. llox II.
for the IHillotin office, wU receive jirompt atten
CORNER SIXTH and "VVALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance on Hlxtti-at.,)
V, J. Oakes,
II. C. Cadr.
K. II. Lodwick,
CO M XI Elt CIA I,-A YEN UK, OPPOSITE P.
Thr HouHE is Newly Fuiinished
Aim oners to the public first-class accointnoda-
'oai. anii noon.
"wood I WOOD I I WOODl'lT
The lindermKneil will fiirnlnh
HARD AND DRY AVOOD
ANl'hrnii, irnot t licnprr
Than any wood dealer In Oilro. l,.nro order
on the ulntes nt the I'lUtollloe nil . Ht Iln' tool
Jatil, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth nml
relflh rtreete, Cano. Illinoln, 1 nlte uooil
niea.Mirr nml will curd Iho wood nn If ilenirrd.
niulil-tf IIKNNIt IIM.KV,
K. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
FII-WI'!' prepared to deliver lliobetl
. Hr Woiiil nml nlone Coal
IN ANT l'AUT OF TllK CITY,
And In nuy iiintlty .lenr., on nliort hnllce.
COAL DELIVERED at $1.00 rr.n ton
OFKICK-Orcr lleerwart, Orlh ti Co.'n store,
two.loors abote the coruer ofKiKhlh nlreet tnu
OnmwereUI Tenne. 'leeCil
JOHN JAT1'S, 1'roprlclor.
too Cunmerciat Avenue, CAIRO, It.I.INOIH,
Ilet branil of CillfornlaClKnrn Ju.t received,
BlI.I.IAltl) mloon furnithed ith Ihv b-at ol
tablets nnii luir nuiiplleil with wines, llouor.
iul cIkkth of the nnesl brands.
S .A. 2vfE 3? Ij 33 BOOMS
Car, I'aiirlPFtitli Nt. nml Coin.
IITZOEHAI.O'fl FamplA Itoomn are stocked
; with pure Imported wlnut, llipuori amlclK'rf,
and are dlnpeured from the hur In ant-clann
style. Their l no belter establishment In South
ern Illinois, and none lietter Mocked. Call and
test the vanoin brands ol wine, ami liquor..
JOHN llVLAND'S SALOON,
Corner Tenth Street anil Cuuinicrclnl
SUPKItlon liquor., beer, ale, etc., ami fragrant
llavanaa nlni.ya on hand. Tlionx ile.lruiK de-
islitlullmvernKVKthotild not (nil to call ami emoy
them. Ah their want will be attend to in n man
ner that will warrant a return All hi. liquors,
wlnca n"d cigar, have been atlected with nn-
are and critkul taa.e.
B. S. 1IARRKLL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
GROC'KRIEN AND DRY fJOODN.
NOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
ilas jilft received a heavy stock of Hoots nnd
enoeB, uuBicry nu .iuiiuiip,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lie nlio has a fine stock of Family Groceries o!
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
Use these only, and aave time, henlih and
money, ilfl'i reward lor any cae oi uiseae, in
any ata( which they tail to cure.
DR. RICIIAU'S DOLDKN UAlAii,
Nos. 1 and 2, are. Jie greatest alleratirea known.
lilt. HICIIAU'8 00I,DEN ELIXIR D'AMOUIt
Is the ereateil tonla and astringent In thomedl.
Dtl. RICIIAU'S (iOI.DKN ANTIDOTE
la the only reliable diurallc. ,,
These remedies are not advertised to cure all
complaints, and benefit none ; but are cnaianteed
toetlecta radical and upceuil cilio man enes mi
which they nrn recommended, when all other
treatment has failed. Tens of thousands yearly
recover by their ose, who have lost nn nope, nnu
been pronounced as incuiaMe by the tx-st of our
UR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN RALSAM
No. 1. cures ulcers, nlcerateil sore threat nut
mouth, aore eyes, cutaneous eruptions, nipper
colornl blotches, sorenets of the ncalp, bcrotiilu,
etc. It is the greatest renevalor. uneruuve aim
blood purlller knon. rennvea nil mercury from
the Histem. and Icaies tho blood puro nnd
lilt. IIICIIAU'S GOLDEN IIAI.SA3I,
No. 2. cures mercurial allectlons, rheuinatisr.i in
nil its lorms, and gives Immediate relief In nil
Dlt. IIICIIAU'S OOL1IEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical euro for all urinary derangements
Price, SI per bottle.
nn. mciiAu'fl golden kmxir d'amouu,
Aridicalcure fornervom or cenoral debility, In
old or young, Imparting energy with wonderful
I'rico S5 per botile, or two for t'J.
Iln ..o.liil nf t.rl.ii. IIiaba rflili-dles will llO Hllin
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid to all
correspoiK.ems. ono i-enuiiio wiuiouv nm immr
,.r . mi. ItK'IIAIl'Hodl.DKN ItHMKLlllX. D. 11.
lticiiAUt9. sole pronrietor," blown In gNsa of
'"e'reu'lara sent. Trade supplied as n liberal dis
Address, Dr. 1. ii.iuciiariis,ua v arictc-si., .i
orRsml innner bv exnress or order sooil
through your Druggist, and you will meet with
umco ci J. 2. DOBBINS,
420 North Kluhtli St., Philailu.
A color ami dressing that will
not burn tho hair or injure the
It docs not produce a colo.
mechanically, as tho poisonom
It gradually restores tr.o lu
to its original color and lustrf,
by supplying now life and vigor.
It causes n luxuriant growth
of soft, lino hair.
Tho best and safest articlo
Clean and Pure. o Bcdimer.-
Sold every whet o.
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SIM I LI A SIM 1 LIM'S Cl'RANTl'R
HAVIJ proved, from Ihe most nmpla expr
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hiheleiitiuiil nnabie. Titer are the only modi,
c ne. i.t ifeetly n.nie, (o i.opiilnl n,e o Kiln
pie Hint iiilbikeeiinnot t,p mnile In lislttit themi
km i hnnnlcM in lo bo free rrom ilnnjer, ami tn
(llleie tn to be nUnyn reliable The) bnve Miln
eilthu liiKliinleoliiiiieinlntiona from nil, mid will
nlwnvs render sntislnelion.
l,Cure. IVtr,eniiKestlnn, Innnmmntloiin a.V
MiirniM, worm lever, woim eobo id
r liiK-enlio orteelhltiKOl lnfnnta.1tu
lllrrliuen. of children nml ndulu..,'i'l
Itt-Nenlerjr, Ktlpin, bdinua eollc.W
'lioleri.iinrbu., vnniillntf W
S'lKilem. cold., broiK'liltus
Nrllr-lKlti, toillluelie, facrni!hn M
llendnelica, ld; heidnche, vertlgo'A'i
lt.VK.eilii' b.lloiu atninachc
NniiiireseiLor tinlnfnl nenoils
I. ilea, too profutn periods 'ti
('rolls.. fonafi. dlrTiCiilt brollnin,..'i'i
Nnll lllieimi. i:rvliela. KrunUon.W
Illieiimitf Inn. rheum .tic paina 'ta
fever nml ARiie, chill lever, nj-ue'
I'll."., Mind or bloedliiR .VI
0ilitlilriiiy, and soro or weak eyep.Vi
fiitnrrli, neuin orehronie, Infliientnitt
At!iiun, iprewd lirrnthtn . M
i:r ItlM-l.itrKe, lmulred lirnrtnuV)
Nrrolnlii enlnisedKlnmls, nellinn'.'l
(lenerul ISelilllly, physical weak
nrotity nml scanty Heeretions M
Neil NlekiievN .Icknesa from ridln.oo
Itlilliey-DUenxe, (Iravel M
..TV.iiH IKIilllt)-, seminal i-rrila.
ons.Involunlarv illwl,iirgee .....1 IV
Ii'Helloxe', wits one Si rial of powder
very ne. ery In serious enses. o no
Nora .Vloillli, canker .. &l
1'rlmiry WeiiliiirKi, wettltiK bed M
I'll I S i.) erloiln. with snain....M
MillerliiKi, t ehange of life 1 1")
.iieiH.V,npnvins, ni itui'itanee.i i
Itlpllierliiulc, ernted aoro thr nt IK
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l.oolm i.rillrertloim ...... from SIO to 8JJ
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Hp.oltlc lor nil rltnle lllieiift,
both for I'll rl ill; unit nir S'revi-li.
Ilti-treatnietit, in vials und pocaet
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Cures lliirn, Ilrui-n, Lamenex, Fotenesr, Pore
Throat, .uprnln, Tuovliaehe, KAruche, NeUrnlu.
Rheuinntitm, l.ainbsiro, I'lles, Units, HIiiis,
Soru Kyes, llleedinKnl tbo I.iltis., N i-e, htnni.
ach, or of 1'ilusi Corns, l'er. Of l rimes.
Puce, 0o.,M cts.j Pints. Jt.aoj 1 jattr, lt-75.
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tho couhtrr, by in..ll or exjiress, trie of charge,
on receipt ol tho price. AUdrer
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, f-t lll. II, CAlItO, Ills,
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Hkln, but leaves the Hnlr Clean, Soft and Ileailtl.
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ruin the happiness ot thousand', with sure
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ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
II Y DR. J. H.SCIIENCK.M. 1).
Mnnyahuman bcimr has pkmci! nway fur whoso
death there was no other reason than Che ni-if lect
cf knoHii und liidlipuublr mvi-n ineiuisof cure.
Tlioo near uinl di-.ir to fnriillr nml friends nn.
sleeplni; tho ilreiunlesi slumber Into whlcli, bad
nit. jortr.i'it ii. sriir.NcK'Rsi.Mi'Lr.
and nralled themselves of Ids wonderfiiUrernca
Onus medicines they wmiM not have fallen.
Dr. echentk bus In his own case proved that
wherever sufficient vitality remains, that vital
ity, hr his modlclnes und his illri-ctluna fur tliulr
use. Is quickened Into healthful vljor.
In this atateinent theru Is notlilnit presump
tuous. To tho fulth id tho Invalid Is niudo nJ
representattun that Is not u thouMiid times suh
rUntlated tiy livlnir und vlsltilu works. Tho
theory of tho euro by Dr. Hchenek'a medicines
Is us simple ns It Is mifalllna'. Its pfiilimopliy le
qulres no urgumvnt. U l s Jlf-usiurlug, teuton-
T''J h'o&a.weod Tonic and Mandrake I'llls are thn
C-st two weupins with whlcli the citadel uf the
malady Is nj.illed. Two thirds of tho cases ur
consumption urlvlmito In drsoepslsund u func
tionally disordered liver. With, this condition
tho bronchial tubes sympulblie" with tlio
stomach. They rcsiml to thu niurbltle action
nf the liver. Hero then c-miei Iho culminating
result, and tho setting In, with oil Its distress
log symptoms of
The Mandrake Pills nro composed of one of Na
ture's noblest ullls-tliu l'i.doililllum lyimtum.
They possess nil tho bluod-svarchliiK, uliurutlvu
properties of calomel, but, unllLo uluiuel, they
" LEAVE NO hTlN(J HEIIINU."
Tlio work of enrn Is now beelnnln. Tho vitia
ted nnd mucous ilMisll In tlio bowels and In tho
bltuientary canal uro .-Jecte.1. 'Iho liver. Ilku
a clock. Is wound up. It arouses from Its torpid
ity. Tho stomach nets icnxuislvolr. and tho
putlcnt bcBlns to feel that hit Is getting, at Utt,
A Htiri'LV oi' (toon hloou.
Tho Fen.weeil Tonic, In conjunction with tbo
Pills, iwnnrutca und usslmlhm s with the fml.
Chrlltlcatlon Is now prugreaslna; without Its pre
Tlous tortures. DlKestlun becomes n iiless.iiml
tho euro Is seen to bo lit hand. Thero Ii in. mnru
flatulence, no oxuctrbullou of tho stomach. All
uppellio scis in.
Nuwisiuiea tin) greatest niool Purlflereveryet
given ty un Indiihrei
Khf nek's l'ulinouln
Vii.iil futlir to MiITcrlm mini.
ulo svruii comes In to tn-rforui
i.M imi. tinil tn liiiHlpn unit eoliin eto tho
cure. It unlers ut uneo upon Its work. .nturo
c-in not bo elicited. It collects und ripens thu
Impaired und diseased portions of tin. lungs.
In tho form of catherliiK8.lt prepurcs them for
expectoration, and lot In n very short tlmo the
miiladv Is vunuulslied, tlio rotten throno th.it It
occupied Is renovated und mado now, und thu
putlent.ln till the Ulunlty of resumed v Knr.steps
lorth to enjoy thu manhood or womanhood that
(ilVKN UP AS LOST.
Tho second thine Is. tho patlonts mmt stay In a
warm room v mil they :et well 1 It Is nliuost Im
luisslbla to prevent lukliu cold when tho lungs
uro diseased, hut It mint bo prevented or n euro
cuu not bo cflectud. I'resh nir und ridlnit out,
cspcclallr In this section of the country, m tho
fall und winter season, nro all wrong. I'hysN
tians who recommend that course lose their p.i
tlcnts. If their luiua uro badly itlseasedt and yet.
becauso thoy uro In tho house thoy must nut
sit down oulett they niustalk about . tho room
as much and us fastns tho "renirth will bear, , to
net up a Kood circulation of blood. Tho patients
iiiust keep In Koodsplrlts-bo determined to net
will. This has n crent ileal to Uo with tho uppc
tlte.and Is thu (treat point to gain. ., , ...
To desiiulr of euro alter audi evldoncn of Ita
possibility In tho worst eases, unit moral cor
Ulnty In all others. Is sinful, llr. .eeljcnck'i Per
aonafitatamont to tlio Faculty of Ids own euro
"5 'jlSnVW w'.S"-" A. M0 Jt ..law. of
consuinptlont contlned to my bed, nml ut ..no
tin 5 inv hyslclans thoiiKht thill I could not llvo
a week i then. Ilku n drowning mun catching nt
straws,! heard of and obtained tho preparations
"Set I now offer to the public, nnd they niacin
u perfect euro ot mo. It seemed to mo that 1
i r.i..l ilii.ni nenelriUo mr whole system.
They Boon ripeilt-u .no iim..i-i ii. .ii iuiiiwi
I would !lt up moro than n pint of onenslva
I would spit up moro inau n pint ui uueui
...... tiinrnliiif fur ii Inntr llniO.
fever, pains, and nlitht awouts all beean to leave
lue, a ml myapiietlto beeume soereal that It was
wltn difficulty that 1 could keep Irom ca ting too
rnuoh. 1 soon gained my atrcoKlh, uud havo
"'.PSrainli'SIS'SlSSSl. after mr recovery."
: . "."'a'tv" . .... :: ...bi., in.. m.,rn
) iioeior. , "".""-,"":, ,.'.r..,r..n
A."u; ' " ".V.-Vlll'' .ohafKCd IS.. THO. lies-
!,a"p..0..l,wiVrMl"n.s und kind Nature will do tho
nnnnAfa that In aomo cases the Handrako
m!:0.!" So "ikon In Increased doses I tlio
!!"!, mSdlclnei need no other uecompuntmenls
'than lie im?do "instructions that aceonitainy
i'.'rl . 1,-irst create nnnetlto. Uf returning
I "Yt'ii. 1 unner U tho most wolf opoayiupioui.
ayinptoms aro none forever. rnn,..nt..k0Dl in
len.ol thi?J.and. i"f land
"." u .Y.Y.'m.ii,., feSardfiii ua u pro.
l.hyh;cTJrioUgaln.t cousuuTptloii lu ay of It.
L.ion of tbo Pulmonic Byrnn and Sea-woea
lw"ty-nvetjfi) wunds. and for year. I havo en
.i.ii.i,. Nnw.York nnd Huston. Ho or his son,
Ilf. J. II.Hchenck.-Jr.. Bill! eont i.iio to aeu ,
at tnoiromco, no. nuin.
ft-iSSFI iS'e'Sfflon wirn'
Tonic. tliOii bottle, or TMjiuiui uuaw.
flrakii I'llls Jii ooatl R V. Vot l0 1 tdl OlH-
Scaler mall hinds of
STAPLE AMU FANCY
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I without ciui'.ai:.
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0 KNERAL UNDERTAKER,
"r. U lulling tnn.uv. nml I Illicit.,
y. o. cary,
"3 2 r
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. . I . . ... 1 .1.1! ... I
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ery nesi ; and in suying ine
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Delicious lleefstakes, Chicken, Ham, Chop, eti-
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Kine Werktnen Employed.
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