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jiOFJEIOE: No. S3"Tontli "Street", Thornton's Building.
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-SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 21. 1S60.
JOHN HrOBERLY & CO
A philosophical. cotomporary says that
since the very nature of an advertise
moat is, ,to secure ' more business ami
greater returns, It would seem as if tho
abovo quoHiion wero practically un
necessary, yet our experience proves tbe
opposite. There is a largo class of advor
tlsers who, when dull times approach,
instead of excerclslng the sagacity ex
hlblted by them at other seasons, tie an
additional knot in their purse strings,
withdraw their names from beforo the
public,' and :thea sit d6wn to bemoan
their sad fate and wonder at the alarm
ing depression in business. The fallacy
of auch a course has been cxptod and
it ruinous 'consequences pointed out a
thousand times, yet neither tho example
of the prudent and wisu who heed not
dull times nud consequently aro not
afflicted with them like others, nor their
own ill success Iish as yet convinced that
class or men that the duller the tlu)s
the more active and persistent should be
their efforts to make business.
It may be stated as an indtsputablo
fact that if, lu good times, it In ncceasary
and prolltable to advertise, In dull times
it is more so. And why? ttocouso tho
fact of advertising at all U proof con
elusive that such a course does and will
bring business), hence, the more oue pat-
ronlzes Mie press, in the way of Judicious
advertising, the more certain and grati
fying will hehlq suscess.
Many men aro dependent entirely
upon advertising for success. Suppose
tiny were to refuse to advertise at 'all?
"Dull timet" would be tho inevitable re
mil, aud no oue would wonder at their
Of courao some seasons of the year are
better adapted to particular elates
advertising than others, yet the Ken
a.I Vfrt lfr linn IinViT nffnril In ivltliilritu I
himself from the publlo, evcu for u single
day, and the Judicious oue never will.
Persistency aud energy are always re
qutslte, and their fruits can be gathered
by no other Incentives, much less by in
action and lamentation. If, then, you
find that business is dull or profits aro
growing beautifully lets, IiiBtead ofthrust
Ing all the blame upon poor public, look
oloeely terseelf It is not rather in your
own self, and If convinced of this, actus
you would at any other time and obviate
the cause by advertising.
THE WJIEA T CHOP ABHOA D.
The wheat crop of Europe, now liar
vested, Is the best that has been grown
during the past ten years. All reports of
blight and rust with which American
papers have teemed wero fouudationleas
and set af oat for speculative purposes
In no part of the "Old World" has the
crop been evcu a partial failure.
In Italy ,and Algeria the harvest is over
and the yield la unprecedented. Spain,
which last year had to import wheat, has
this year been blessed with a most pro
lillc harvest, and there will be a surplus
for exportation. In Hungary tho quality
of tho grain this year is very fine, though
some doubts are expressed as to the
quantity: In the greater part of Ger
many the crops aro tolerably good. In
the south of Russia the yield of wheat
bids fair to bo excellent. lu the south of
France the harvest is complete, and the
yield of wheat is good. Tbe general tun
doncy of prices for breadstuff all over
CentralandtouUieru Europe is lower.
On thewhole, our farmers can scarcely
expeot that thero will bo a very large for
eign demand this year or wheat, so con
tumors may feljcltato themselves over
the prospect of ouco moro having cheap'
Tho Paducah 'Keatuckiau' Is woudor
fully distressed because tho 'Bulletin1
saw proper to publish the several con
fesslou of tho negro latoly lynched in
Paducah for the crime of rape. In tbe
issue of that paper, 10th Inst., the editor
Indulges in comments which do us great
Injustice aud provo him to bo a very fas
tidlous, a very petulant, or very quarrel. 1
jo roc man. We did not Intend to do any
injury to tho reputation of tho imfortu
vflate lady', twit we did' not see proper to
exclude from our, columns tho .negro's
confession, true or false. That ' it was
false we sew' know, aud when we pub
lished II we. said' that, notwithstanding
hie story, it WaV highly probable the
Mack fleud bad accosted aud handled
the lady in a saaaner that led ber to be
lieve be would, have murdered her on
the slightest provoeatldu. We feel our
self able to control our own columns;
and advise tho 'Kentucklan' to not agi
tate Itself on our account. Wo desire to
remain on friendly terms with our neigh
bor, and.it will bethis fault if wo do not
Succeed.. Wo would rathorhavo a pleas
ant than a. quarreloni neighbor; but
can adapt buwelfcto either, provlde'd he
does not wear formidable mustaohlos, or
sport sanguinary bowlo knives and
parks of artillery. That tho 'Kentuckl
an' !s not such a neighbor we believe,
and can pardon a little Impattioslty on
accouut of hot blood and "bringing up."
pay roll amounts to :about fw.ooo per
mouth, we aro Informed. Tho company
generally pay them olT about the middle
of the month. The miners aro then
tlush with stamps and have a "gala"
.THE THIRD CONFESSION. ,
The Paducah 'Horald' asks tbe Cairo
'Bulletin' to take cognizance of the third
and last confession of the negro, Henry
JBaide (and not Baldwin) which,; the
'Herald' says, is corroborated by the
statement of Mrs. Benson, the,putrged
woman.. It is as follows:
The horrid crime was attempted while
Mrs) Benson was milking her eows.
about ddsk. The negro nieip tJnd
her, Toke not a word. Indeeyaee
aot'coheelesieuef bla pr"-"
violently Twite her with boMi araw
around tho bod. Hho InsUntly straok
nim a mow on we n-u,wiiu b
cup, at the same time screaming for, help.
He then seized her by both arma. ordr
H win a bo
A ll.l.te 'ItAllAHlnM
,it intend to do what I please." She
continued to struggled with all her
might and to scream at the top of her
voice. She was heard distinctly by one
of tho neighbors, but he did not know
that she was lu distress. In tho struggle
her head was struck ngulnit the fence,
or a trough, Indicting a painful wound.
One of her arms was also badly bruised.
Indeed, she can scarcely uso either arm.
She continued her struggles to tho last;
and he, fearing, it Is supposed, that some
of tho neighbors might come to her re
lief, suddenly let her go, and run to the
house as for fife, gathered up his clothing,
and left Immediately.
fr.i ttonenn In nerfectlv Drostrated.
i .Silo suffers greatly, and herfrlendsthlnk
her recovery doubtful.
, . .
A tnu-ii Is ludtred hv tho newspaper. If
1 it u flii.xl wltiriivL' advertisement an
! uounclnj tbo business of merchants,
' shopmen and mechanics, It Is n nuro in
...... - f i.t-..- .t.f,l,.. I... at
tllcallon 01 a IlOUriMllIJg, uirn mt, uuei-
-' , I ness place. Kxchange.
neral Business men of Cairo, how does the
Bulletin' speak for Cairo?
One of onr,oldQau .friends of that day,
and afterwards an "assistant editor with
us 6h another paper.'. B.-Harrell,esqi',
is now one of the editqrs or tho Dally
Cairo is fulfilling soe of our old pre
dlctieBS, at tatf time when written
making us the but of an immense deal
of pleasant fun and sarcasm among co
temporaries, Inasmuch we Calrd was mt
times, nothing but a vast lake of watir.
One festive chap had ,ln his sarkastick
paper a pl6tureoftbe editor of the 'Delta
sitting on a chltohey . rising from the
water, the oMcesvfWscd tobe beneath
somewhere, writing editorials and hand
ing copy to the "derH" waiting along
side in a dug-out. fVe hope the eksp
has lived long enough to see the reason
ably big city which has sprung up fron
the waters of the pst, and which city
will bo doubt eatlAHe to grow till It
achieves greataee. '
NT ATX XLKCTIO.HM:
The following state elections aro yet to
take place this year:
HeDt. 7. Vermont State officers and
Maine State officers: 'ond
BC4TII Of A 3I01IK11X SAMSO.H
I'untftln John W. Russell died in
Franklin county, Kentucky, last weeK,
acred sevonty-ilvo years. ThoLouls
villi. ! dinner journal oyo; uv wmm
Western pioneers for his
strength and Intrepidity. He served lu
hi nr.r nf IN II. WM (U( Ui luu omm
sum hitlssate. nersonal
ni nartiaan mina or am via jr.
(v.. fnr mi v earns a mmmmmom waiu-
iw.. rjata. Tht. laaMsssas ef bis force
fill a voluase. OB eae ate ion, in iew
Orleans, he had a personal rencounter
with the pirate ianue, uu, uuariuuw,
whipped him anu ejecteu mm itobi
ball-room. On anotner, wiuw,.anaea
at Natches, a passenger of his boat was
robbed by tbe gang wlilch then Infested
the portion of the town bordering on the
....I bnnivn V.trhfx under the
uciiuu uit - ..... :r
Hill." By surrounding with his crew the
house In which the robbers took refuge,
he passed a cablo around it, and under
the river, ho compelled restitution of the
money, aud made himself a terror to the
thieves and gamblers who then infested
the river towns. Of his great strength,
persons who knew him in his later years,
when enfeebled by age, would havo had
but little coneeptfon, though when In
his prime it was known (roni Pittsburgh
to New Orleans herhad lifted a shaft
weighing 1.047 peuaita, and that be had
carried enlirely erosa the deck an aur
cbor weighing 1,212 pounds weight.
The Pennsylvania Central Bailroad Co.
have attached to tho WalUs accommoda
tion train a patent braking apparatus by
which tho stopping of tho tralu Is placed
entirely under tho control of tho englu
eer, and accomplished by means of com
L...,i nir. There Is an air cylinder un
der each car, aud a pipe couuects the curs
with the euglne. Immediately under
tho car the pipe Is of iron, and stationary,
hut between the platforms the connection
is made by gum hose, which accom
modates Itself to vlbratlous of the car
A presuro of forty pounds to the sqtiaro
Inch Is sufficient to mako a good stop.
In caso of separation of one or more caw
from a train, aud tho severing of the con
neotion, the valves in the pipes aro so ar
ranged that the air Is retained In the re
malulng pipes, and the brakes are not Im
paired. Tho brakes wero applied on the
Church train yesterday, and seemed to
work well. The engineer has not yet got
his "landmarks, " and of course cannot
. ...... .il u-luirn lin mav desiro to.
aiuii u.u.j "v ... .l i
although he mauo ins stops wuu
erable accuracy. Tliaro Is none of that
Jarring, lu the use or We now apparatus,
which la saoiiei. mf . -,
UttU b. tioraao ueiegates to con
Oct. 12. PennsylvaniaState
Oct. iii. unio otate omcers ami
Oct. 12. Iowa State officers and
Ucu u. uuiuornia juugesoi supruuiu
court. i ,
Nov. 2 INew lork becrelary ot state,
Nov 2. Illinois Delegates to consti
Nov. '2. ew Jersey legislature.
Nov. i!.- MassacbuetU State offlceM
Nov. 2. Minnesota ataiooincers auu
Nov. 3. Wlseonslu-State officers and
legislature. ' ,
Nov. 30. Texas 2ew cousutuiiou mm
Nov. 30. Missis pplNv consmu
nropriHu a iKWsPAria.
Of that mlstitkeh iBdivldual who thinks
he stops a newspaper entirely by stop
ping oae ooV of K, the Burlington
Argus uaa ibis aiiegory :
"A certain man bit his toe against a
sebble. and fell headlong to the treusd.
He was vexed, and under the Influence
of aagtraBe! aitf sitWtiSBcr he kicked
the mother earth right saucily. With
ImpurtHrable gravity he looked to see
tbe earth itself dlsolve aad come to
navght Bat Use earth maalsed, and
ealr hla Bear foot waa UJared la the en
rniiutT TfaU to Ilia wit nf mam An
mriimiZYm ISm MtMSkatt'lMrSMI USB. la
- . ex . . a.
a weak spot, and feruiwitn b senas to
stop bis paper. With great complacency
lie looks, to see ibs crasn, wueu uc uuu
imi ka Baa onlv hit bis toe against a
whrlri that does not Perceptibly feel the
sboek, and Injures bo one but himself.,,
minctou. forgot to alludo to the Fif
teenth Amendment and his views on
that important question.
. in ..discussing! tuo naancesr;iie saiu:
"We are" in the midst of profound peace",
yet monoy Is scarco and business is de
pressed." Ho might havo added that
employment iiTdiflcultT lb bo obtained ;
tnat labor is badly rewarded; tuat in
dustrial persults are all hampered; that
enterprising men engaged In business are
standing on tho very verge of bankrupt
cythat interest la enrmoualyhlgh
that the UrlffittrttroirssIve-that
tho Internal taxation is most unequal,
unjust and onerous that dead capital' Is
exempted, and aotivd capital and labor
are weighed down and warming with
the picture he might also have said that
for eight years the republican party havo
been In absolute possession of the rot
ernment; that a republican Secretary of
tho Treasury has nowoontrnl of tbe mos
ey market of tho country, and that he
uses his power only atlU further to con
tract the currency, to increase the "hard
times," and to buy over duebondsatone
hundred and twenty dollars, which, by
law he Is entitled to pay at par, thereby
taking twenty dollars for every hundred
from tho taxpayer and givlug it to the
bondholder. The farmer, the merchant,
the mechanic and the manufacturer will
ask why tiieso thlmrs are so? What Is
the cause? What is tno remedy 7 Tney
are Important questions this fall. They
touch us all, Democrats and Republicans
alike. They rise above. tho domain of
mere partisan politics and should bo con
sldered with the calmest reason, tbe
purest motives and the best Judgment
In this spirit I shall discuss them so soon
ah I am uble totskeourt with my friends
in tho activity of the canvass Of tho
result In October wo need have no fears.
"I am. verv re.mectfullv.
"Geo. H. PKtfnLET0.v."ji
TOIt EASTPORT AND WATERLOO
HEUL'LAH TlICIOiDAV PACKET.
Are Yen a Slave
To tho u, of Tobacco? Do you winh lo quit tho fit
thrtubtt? Of court, you da. Then set Uurtoa'n
Tobacco Antidote, nut you will not only it cured of
lnouof tobacco, twtyoiii will not crT It neiklo
Such is the ezpcriMorhUbdrd-. Many in Cairo
hare wed it td found Itinerary way olleciual. Get
a box and try it. iryoulT-atadlttance(aend fifty
wnta to IUrclay Brother, Cairo, and thoy will aeal
yon a bos by return mail.
To ... nifhAiohn 111,. TAT tf . Al
(ho Drug Huitp, on the Lurtt, you can get ante
weet article that doesn't itick to the teeth. Sow U
your time durtf raaatlOB.
BraadleaH Wkikle. Wines.
For nodical turMiti anlv. L finlMalaail retail.
by Barclay Brother. ,
ThlfBCwand rellabla article U mannfaotureJ. re.
commeaded and for aal by Karclay Brothers. Uiei
forccrnentlng wood, leathar. laa, cliluaware, etc.
And thoio who aro older! yonng men and old mn'.
uie rtcn nnd joor thoiflwliohareblacKIlowlDKloclClt
thnte who aio aray and thote who, hating lout their
hair and are Mining it acain. all uae Barrett' VtfeU-
dip iiair itcaioraiiT. iryon nare not ua u go ai
onco and set a bottle. Harclaya' it tbo place, n their
tore it the gnrI hpiviniurtcrt for the article la
Mntllhftrn tllinnt U'.nlrl.bv .nrt Ml.tlrf
The demand for thin article ban to Incrcancd a i
ncceitatotho rmrcliaa of another liree tupply. V't
hare the true article at made by the nou-d munufKCtU-
rert, Marceron ami iirotton. roroitntr Ktna ro u
For Nalc-I'ly Killer.
Go to IUrclay' nnd ota aheat of Dulchfr' Lltiht
nlni; Kly I'arx"' the h'eauino article. Oao theet wi.
Kin a qunrtui mr,
If you want the puro article, from the original pat x
jpc Tinvyara. i-
a-,c, rcceired dlrrct from HnnnySIopc Tinvyard. U.
Anxfio couniy. laiiiorni. an 10 liar
nare ii. Ancriica i-riru
Tho light draught iteamer AX1B1A,
cave for tho aboTAaJut alt Int-rmctliftto
TENNEfjSE UlVKIt, KVEUY THURSDAY EVEN-
The Albhaconnocti clotelr at Danrille with train
for CUrluTllle, Howling Oreen aad LulTllle, and
at Johnson-ill witn irmnA lor rainTiue.
Returning the connccu at uuro witn aieameraaaa
train for all point. aamr
Saratoga aud Blue Lick Water.
AcleAr'anrifrelravVen drank at IhoSrr'.ni
The TlrtUM nflheewatfr have been nnd aro be'.nj
tetted to the sreat tx-nent and Mtlnftictlon 01 many 01
our eltljvnt. At dealt ontM tho counter of Uarclay
llrothert, they are alway cool and ftlrbinu. Hari
toira, fifteen ticket for one dollar; eTcn ticket (jJ
fifty cent. Klnw Lick twenty glame for ono dollar
ralntt. oil., and colors of all kind cheap for cad
Ttila new aad DODular an I
dellhtful handkerchle extract, manufactured br th
celebrated Rammel. of Pari, I to Uc had at the Dru
Th Flower of jriowra.
. aiare at tha Lte:
FIBBA1.K On account of whom it my con
cern, the wreck of the ttcamcr Louliiana, a rho
now ne at tno wtwri iiro, -
UIA.1 1 . rAntn, Airrm,
Cairo, III,, Aug. W, im. for Un4erwrlUr
lne qua non" amoax th
cogaiil a Sroa of
lata perfurMiy Uae It f lb
ie upper'teniom. iooor
hand brakes, waa
nnd when the
nil the brakj
tus a tho
view of ado
should It prove
The Mt. Carbon coal company employ
about l,000mlnersatMurphyboro. Their
i1raln is at rest,
IrBeJ The purpose of
iTfjtlya. iUo new Bpuara.
i 'Mjittjr test, with the
nlPrT'dh all their trains
advantageous, either on
the score ot ecouomy or fii giving greater
safety and comfort to the passengers.
Its adoption would, altogether Buperp ede
the necessity of employing brakesman.
Fromtlio Darenpert 'Journal Cen. Add H.Sander'
Th rilro Bulletiu' irl ves a list fo seven
teen papers started iu the last twenty
one yeani hi Cairo, of which only two
am vivo. We had tbo honor of beading
that llstof.papers, aud lu the whole lot
there was uot a ba.ndsqmer paper, nor
perhaps one better sustained than tha
'Old Delta.' It was stopped, aud ahe
material removed to auoher plce,
simply because "there Beemed not the
remotest prospeot for years to oome iof
property In that city bolug offered for
Jale, and thus inducing an increase of
population. Both the promise and pro,
peots of a speedy salo of lots had in
duced the starting of a uewspaper there.
CBHrrAULY WK CAST.
Thnr.. liai been some llttlo flurry
imnnir our fruit growers lu resard to the
i . . w m a I rt . t
arrival or California iruu in tii cnKu
market. This asaounU to nothing.
Their Hrapesasli in Chicago for 60 cents
per pound.' ' We can raise good grapes
ivnrt tvrTurd to sell them lu Chlcaito for 20
n-nim Mr nound. Houthern Illinois is
bound to be the great fruit ga'rdca of this
country, aud "you can't stop ner.
Gives us bi ore railroads, more population
and snore laker, and we can defy Call
fornla competition. We can tub our
fruit to Chicago, St Paul and Omaha,
uaavtht.nrrdurtt. af tha fruiters of the
vrAtUn Mtattt eaareach the summit of
the Nevadas. MfcrpVysro 'Argus.'
MR. HNSLITSirS UTTtt OV A-
CiaclanaU, Ohio, Auuit 15, 1SC9.
.. u u r . j htvi. t.i
till. A7H. Karrueria E.VllnMjka.lJ,commlttf
Gentlemen:. , L ka,ye received, by. the
i..nia nfth .half'ma.ii. vour letter uotl
rlnr nae (nrmrJIv of mv nomination by
tk DeaaooraUc State Central Commit
tee, MB candidate for the oflleeof Gov
AFsni. in sunnlv the vacancy caused by
the dfXJUBaUoa of General ttosencrau.
I repeat to yo what I said to tho com
mittee by telegraph that If it was their
unanimous oBinioai notwithstanding my
views and wishes, that I ought to accept
tbo nomination, I would consider their
request a an Imperative eommand to
make the canvass, and I would do so to
the best of Bay ability; .. - j
Ipresame it Is well known to all who
taku aniintM-utttJa Uitme aaatUrs. that I
did not desire this BosalBatlon. I appre
ciated fully 1U iportance; I rewgulzed
.iifftiitv uf tho hlfl-h office: I believed
your. nominee wonld be elected; but my
nealtb, Impaired, by .an k(cldent, my tie
cupatlons.and y pUn or life for the
present, combined to prevent my deslr
" t n .1 tj.. c
"ine nominaitwu ui udiicim ub.uu
oommandedjay eordial and zealous sup.
nort. When,be declined, because ho had
removed irwa the State, I was anxious
for tbe nomination of a wise aud accom
nlisned gentleman. od eminent Jurist
SndsUtesBiBnJaageBey, or a sal
rv&trintla soldier. General Mc
Cook, or ot oae of the other distinguish
. ..ii . aWiv ufhon rltnu nil ifo.
cHioRirjKi,tBne. oabbolio aoid. chloride
Or HODA, PULVCH1SBI COPl'Klt, for tale cheap t
awtrriar utawt ymmt reainii. ii you toijiki
altfc yoo aw bii-SSajulwalr.
The nurett and nett article of extract of l.emoi
an4 asuiia, tot aarono; ice craaio, jiiiiu, puoaioc,
to re naa ai narciay.
Coatnlna no Qulala r Arteulc, ,
la not VapleaitaBt to (ha Tate
CBIIdreU twill lake 1" WIHHt healtav-
. .! .i .H
lU ' -Kl
I l' tlAil J'l
After n fur trial, pronounce it thobet of all medi
cine yt Kttoa n lor.tnu tptouy anu cerium iuro ui
FEVER Bni AGUE, r.GUILUaaiFCVfiB.
t EBillah Sod,
e Alliplce, BIm
, etc,, at Ilarcla,
Jamaica Oincer. clean ana
Hack Vernier. Nuimeit. Cion..
Blackberry Wiaeaad CorsliaL.
Of extra ouallly. Now l the time to n a pureartl
rle. Furaale and Kturutexl by Uarcluy llrolhtr.
Worida Water: lUr Hum and Colorne forltietou
t and th bath. Consult yuiirooinfort during Uilt hot
weathur and ne Urtn rerrotlilnic article. Attn
Drug itore on ttte L te ou can i wtiat you want in
Jutt the soap for bathlnu. It doe
danger of lotlaK it at it float on tho
water, ai narciay..
IUiin'. taoili Dowdrr and oatte. French and Ku -
nUth preparation for Ui to-th, and toeth powdtr of
uperlor quality of our awn make. Call ana take your
choice at IUrclay .
'Tooth Inuhr. hoi brnilMt, aint brathet, aaJ
brunht of all kind, at Barclay.'
you can (.'t tliu 1'IVOT
ILLIAM W. TIIOHNTOS,
WhoUtaleand Urtail Peeler in
iX XL Sfl
Wl 4" '
Chill and Kcver Arecwiscd from a certain poiiou
cxutin1utlie atmotphero kaovrna rnalarto. Jit re
duce the Tltullty. of tuo blood, retardatao action of
tho diBerenl organ, and caute BIIUwtwr.Conti.
nation, etj and In ilits way prepnrettw.,tTi for
nn v .liufrnf a fiinrA orinn nstlirri tfUG ttaV fol
low. To avoid further trouble, nud relloj4vu,lf
of thIdieae.tako VU
w AWi M iatj
It utimulates tho orsan to perform their dirTercnt
lunolloni, aiui act as nn antidoto to the poiaou which
CHUKrii the Fever and Ague, and thereby rettore tho
ytm to he.tth aud tones uda goixltonio mill 0
the oonveatloB: but wnen tliey all ue-
cllnwa. ha th committee w th entire
tenderea me mo uuwhwhuu, uu "
areat urgency claimed my services, I felt
that I had no alternative but tp accede
to their wishes. I felt that ny peraoual
V,l.,iann must be held for nothing iu
the presence of the demand ot that great -and
patrfotlcTm'ty whloh had ;s6 often ,
and so slisnally honored me with Its con i
fldencf, . .' ii. ...
In this spirit i wio
tloti.and will do whatever I,
KXDEK'S STOJf AH: lilTTKfeW.'
; f v .1 I I
and honor, may, to secure me electron.
I will not bow alsouss the questions whloh
deride the parties. In due time I trust
to be so far recovered as to be able to take
part In the great aeuM.
GovernorHye8i In nU speech
Will Rlvo utroiiKth and appolite, wllldettroy that
feelinc of wearliJe that effng o tcnacloutly lo any
oue when recorerinR from thl dlienso. It ii hiK'"
reooininended for the care of Pynpepxla,
AH A TONIO BKVKItAOE
And forcou?li,ooIdJ, hrODcliitu
f l.Hnft IaIi siirrsiMl. AS A
itii uaeoualled. and I a euro preventive gtnt
ChllU and Fover if taken regularly.
MS. r, V. StN
at WU "Uli Ita
Xs vi xxx to "f
Cedar I'o.l., Doari, Ullucl aim w in
.OtUee ou Teutli Street, f
(Between Commercial and Wantdngtnr Avenue.,
Rock Wrtr Paptr Cbmpany'a Sheathing
H. W. Joka's Isaprored Rooiag
: WIT"'!!' '
Hi'fO I . '' - i
Aabeito Ccutcut ativayt oil haiid
In !; or inallitmntilie. ' -dwttl-l'M
pUItK CKYBTAL JjAICK ICK.
fclKO. T. U.SHIX
a Ohio Levee, Cairo. Illinois lprepred furi
cUn or. tuibo4t.wiih the above pura article c
IceVt the lowest market price. OllUen will bo r
gizlarly .upplitd by hpnei. weommoOnUnii ale.mi;
Order from 't'f"a'lt'u'L,tJ ... .k I
ALU BBAB AMB ORAY HAIHB AT
i TKHTIVB lH f0lx " reneural of the bea
I head of h ii that yoii nmd uride.1 in I If , I
ta lurclav' an . talco your cnnioe or neuriive
Mmu'; '. Tibbtu'.. Kiu'a, Aver. Chehe' V
Woo. Jan''Mr' Wlnilow1.. Eureka, and
other yoa iuy want, Inoludinx tho Jutamauo.