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rUllLlSIIKI) II Y JOIIK II. OlIERLY CO.
M. IJ. HARItKLT., ASSOCIATE EMTOR.
A democratic convention will bo held
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By order bf the Democratic Represen-
t inn 'nit r wn i '- s--i m irtnn
Thos. Wilson, Chairman.
Cairo, III., Sept. 18, 1809.
"Barrett's" studio ttie hair.
Good nil linen shirt bosoms at
r dozen at RciHy'.
use nuer ij
Chill Cure. "It never
Flrt class day board tvt Walker UisS'
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i.auies, remember uio mil ana winter
llllnnrv irinilH In l nnmwil nt K. M.
nuiu il I nil I'liuuv nun nuiiiniiiv.
The Jiirgtwt uiid best furnished billiard
t m . Till I I il a m
ii in refill i mrn nn la r n n i ni w ir-
t . ft. tm
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I'nr fiale Ctieap.
A Wheeler & Wilson's sowing machltiu
luiii v urn, ii. iiiiiii uj A ci i v iuiiiii..
AtnliAl fill. Inw (1 ml
Wheel, r. of this city, and Mr. J. 11-
nil i iiiiii'ii nn iiimiiiii:i iilil: aii is ii.ii. i tft uir
nmlirr !.tn fn flirt fdnt!( ntlnnnl rnn.
llity, nnd wlljbo elected by an over-'
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L'lit. and ntrulnrdnv boarders nro sun-
led with the best of everything tbut
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ti i in linn in i iiii iiiiirui'L.
Mrs. Hwnndcr, in the brick building
rectlv ncrot") tlie street from J-Jllott. A
nvtiinrn.V: Co.. linn lust oneneu nor 1-flii
aaI. t9 ml1lltiniF tffAa nn.l tlir. iivnln
nmation of everybody on beholding tliu
aniiiv in "nrniHinii!" nnn mis u
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call and tnUo a look at hor nurchaseH
Desiring to clean olfmy lumber yardi
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Cairo saw mill.
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Tho mombors of tho Cairo division of
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orrppfml (innrirAnlzatlon bv tho election
the following omcers:
Worthy Tatrlarch, T. Nally; W.
Patriarch, I. M. Warwick; W. .
retarj', II. Given Hagey: W. V. Beo
a v VI m i . air -i .. a m
hos. J. Bloo; W. A. Conductor, Miss
III It) ITUIWlUifci IT a 1UD1UO UDUHUliU
m-m-m I . . 1 T 1.1. fJ..llH.l
iM ni.iA tiiSA! w. 'iTesjiurer. mii. i
. Taylor t W. O. BeuUnel. W. F. Shuck
: w.unania n. w. a. moo: jv
Tho members were increased by six
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Wko Know Libis Bmie?
On the 27th day of last June Laban
ncan was uroucnt to mi. Marvs xbrt'
htv. in iiiim uiiv. l ii b nvinff rnHuiiiuu.
a ftrrivAii mi ourianiimErnn, iviivni oia
great anxiety to be oonveyed as he ex
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mnn B.nnra iihtm. n i m a whm
UU1 JTUItlb .lMUl WIMUUII,' rfu
mnnir lilanfTonlH Worn faliml riaaila fnr
aluable property in Golcouda' and
bawneetoSm, and a noU? or iiund for
ISO. ' '-'-nitm uijuJl
Wo called attention ,t9 thto Wycr
nruifi' coiiitu our uriiciu. uui an vui.i
othing haslboen heard. ioii'Mrii)un
"Barrett's" does not alTeot the system.
"The Best In Use."-Ender's Stomach
Three cases superior London Bock Gin
at cost, at the Evoning 'Bulletin office.
Shell oysters, red- and white' fish,
game in season, subject to order, night
or day, at Walker & Sinson's restaurant
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About four thousand dollars worth of
boots and shoes for sale at Rellly's at GO
surficnt.dnUeeettfylcit tf 1
Particular attention is directed to the
,kd reHiTnlaroTbolr for the '-ailllloa
arriaffe0iU44l kbffcer coHiain. 'Jt
shoiild be read by all.
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Blchard Fitzgerald, Deputy ShcrlfT,
wlllrepresenl Me mt 0turi.fiorlpf my
absence. L. H. Mykks, BberiflT.
Cairo 111., Sept. 99th, im. 2t
,A special meetlBg of ,the company
will, be held thie Thursday) evening.
.Business of Isaportaaee will t& transact
ed. All members 'aVeYequeiUnl be'preis
ent. By order ef.UM Prtsident.
ft M. J. Maunei Hcc'y.
We referred, yesterday, to tho removal
of two dead .bodies from St. Mary's In
firmary to tbo pauper burying ground.
One of tlfemwM'that .or.Cbxrles Jesi.
derson, a colored marine, whose home
rnn In St. Louis. Tho other was the
body of Abraham Mitchell, uwblte man
from ho country, who was entered on
the 27tii instant, in the lost stages of tha
diarrhea. He was about sixty years of
age, but had, only a few month, previous,
married a girl only about twenty years
of ngf She left him a fewSveeks ago,
and refused most peremptorily to return
and lfvetyttrhlrru Tho old man took"
the matter inuoh to heart, an'd appeared
TOtheclndlfrerentwhtjther lie lived or
died. Tl'ib youngAvlf' vUItwC him while
In tho hosnltal, whcrfdc solaced (?) his
dying hours by tclllntrhlin tlintHlic had
abandouVd bltn for gpod, and had nd
ovo ior nim uuviion. iiieoiu man jb
ow beyohdtheroach.ofdoinestlo or any
other klnll of troubloYblcepfng in a pali-
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g flln, UnilmiKV Xnrk, m
A large ixrtlon of tho stock of this flr'sa
was doited out by. them to-day at public
rauctIon. 0f tho'-purposo th'eflrm has lu
A'lew, wo are uot advised.. 'They have
preserved rank among our most wealthy,
substantial ,and "proporoun merchants,
I I A lli.l.. V- . Al..l
uuu ueiiieu uui n nuiu 111 giviiig iuiro
character fti one of Uiolbest grocery
markets on tho river.
Mr. Strattou wo have .known for many
years. lie lias been IdontiUcu wltn tuo
bu.'lness Interests of this section of coun
try fifteen or twenty years, and has' al
ways preserved a character for commer
cial integrity second to that of no man
In the city. A friend of all public enter
prises, and anxious for .tho material;
development of tho country, he has
showu his slncerity'by going-down into
his own pockets, and contributing 11b
crallj of hU own means, to our wagon
roads, railroads and ferries, alike in Cairo
nud tho neighboring sections of Missouri
and Kentucky. Wo prebtimo it is his
purpose to remain In our midst and cm
bark In some other lino of business. Bo
this as it may, ho has. (he good wishes of
the community, and tho friendship of
all who know nud appreciate him.
Messrs. Iludson and Clark arc first
class business gentlemen, and citizens
of worth In every particular. As before
Intimated we are not advised as to their
plans for tho future.
Draft ofOrly Eble.
Ills with feelings of sincere sorrow
that wo record the death of Charley Eble.
Ho died last night about 8 o'clock, pass
ing away quietly aa if he were falling
into a sleep. He was an honest man,
tender-hearted and gonerous, giving his
attention to his own affairs, and never
Inlormnddllnir In the affairs of others.
For many months ho had been aflllct
cd with a diseased foot, that gavo him
considerable pais, and resisted all' at
tempts at oure.. His general health fl
nally became affected, and in time, his
stomach. A dry, Irritating cough en
sued and all these symptoms of a disor
dered system became more and more ag
gravatlug, until Death claimed h!m' 4s
Its own. A few days ago, the great 'toe
of hla right foot was taken off, but with
out the result hoped for. Death had evl-
itant.lv marked him as a victim, and all
medical resorts and appliances were ut
terly rutlle. "
Charley had resided in Cairo about four
teen years, and during all that tine coin
manded the respect and confidence of all
1 A ' Mi .-. Ill
who knew mm. rvnue dh neaiwper
mlttedhe'wasau active, efltoieBt and
liberal member of the Bough an Ready
fire company ' The excellent hose .Car
riage of the company was presented by
him. He! was -also ml member of the
CalrQ Cailno, and these two orgaulza
tlons served him ? good pari 'dliriag Mis
protracted lllatas, paying nim fl per
week, and extending fraternal nttetionna
most acceptable to one la his helpless
HUjfimaIns,UherepjeBt of his wife
will be conveyedtq ,filoux CltyjTowai
.mi ihBraIuUrreU'besIdCtne remains of
her father. Poor Charley 1 1' Thweyare
many living who could have been better
P. S. Since piaoiug me nuove ju ijtjjo
Ender's Chill Cure Never Fails.
To preserve hair use "Barrett's."
Best 6 quarter pillow slip muslin 24
cents per yard, at Rellly's.' tf
Bitters !-"Ttoe best
"Barrett's" never-falling hair restora
linen 25 cents per
Irish linen, selling at 135, now f 1 15
Irish linen sold at 11, now 75 cents; and
good Irish linen at 50 cents, at Reilly'a
The powers of Mrs. Wbltcomb's syrup
rirehildren are as positive as the sun-
I llght,rom heaven, and gentle and sooth
Ing as an angel's whisper.
' 8pt27 dAwlw
Elliott, Haytbora Co. continue to
lead the van in the boot and shoe busi
ness, receiving and opening additions to
their stock almosT Wcry day! 'Retail
mercbautfi, in tho surrounding country
ahould call upon Messrs. E. H. & Co. be
ferefficy buy"a dollar's worth" 6f boots"
and shoes fn Chicago; Bt. Louis of Cin.
clnnatl. It should berth o ciTqrt of every
body to keep thdmn'cyt 'rhb. H
Co. can and do compete with Cincin
nati, Chicagoand, St Louis houses and
keep a stock that' is, in all respects, cqnal
to tho demands of the country. Neigh
boring merchants, by .buying In Cairo,
can save passago money, from three to
six days' timc,and something in tho mat
ter of freights. Why, then, should any
onolporsist in going to St. Louis, Chica
go or Cincinnati? Money and tlmo uro
thereby sacrificed uselessly;
The retail department h full, and a lit
tle cheaper than ever.
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THi: DARNELL LAXE AFFAIR.
Ont-nfilio Allrerd jfnrilercra Ntirramlcr
The fihodklng nffulr' between tho Dar
nells" htid'Lahes that occurred in Mad
rid Bend, about four months ago, Is,
perhaps, rpmembored by most of our
readers. It.wIIl bo recollected that threo
Darnells took passugo on a Memphis
and St. Louis packet at New Madrid:
thartho boat luuded a few miles above
town to tako'on board two Lanes and a
relative named '"Ed wards; that SvblloUlio
ast named were attempting to board tho
boat, they wero fired 'upon and' 'killed
outright by the Darnells. Tho Darnells
fled, were pursued for weeks, by mounted
men, but made good their escape.
Ono'ilfiv last week General Darnell.
charged with being accessbryito tho kfll
ing, appeared before the circuit court at
Tiptonvllle, Tcrin., and gnvo himself
up to tho authorities. Tho Gen
eral was on tho boat at tho time of tho
killing, armed and no doubt ho iutouded
to participate la .Ho bloody work. Jt ho
happened, however, that the other Dar
nells did the shooting. The General
was released on a ball of 510,000 which
indicate that ho will bo hold to answer
only for murder in the second or third
The habit of carrying concealed wcap-
ous is chargeable with a very largo per
centum of tho bloodshed and loss of life,
so common ovetywhere, since tho closo
of the war. Fine young men, Just emerg
ing into tho state of manhood, seem to
think that their dainty persous are ia
great danger unless they have a six
shooter, over read for use, and buckled
attheirslde. Thesq.noodlos add to the
bloodshed by awkwardlyshootlng them
selves or somo f.'iendaccJdeutally; Life
haB been taken In a thousand Instances,
notbecauso thero was a necessity for
such cxtremo measures, but because
men happened to havo concealed weap
ons about their persons. Men given to
inuuigonce in intoxicating liquors, are
tho last men In the world who should
carry knives or pistols, yet, among such
men, deadly weapons are most frequent
ly found. The very fact mat thoy aro
thus provided often makes thim quarrel
jome, and when far advanced in intoxi
cation, tbey use their weapons, lu perfect
jecklowne of theconsequouces carco-
ly Kuowing, in irum, wnai mey uo.
Wheu reason resumes its sway they re
gret their violence, but then it is too late.
It is safe to say that two out of every
thru shootlsg scrapes among drunken
men, aro chargeable to the, fact that tho
weapons were at hand and ready for use.
In Cairo, the law should be rigorously
enforced against persons carrying con
cealed weapons, without reference to ago
or sUndiuV We urge this because of tho
entire absence of any necessity for them.
There is bo manaer of danger (except
from dogs) while traveling about our
streets, night or day. The time was when
there was an occasional case ef garrot
Jug and robbery; but as It Is well known
that nobody In. fown has any money,
there Is no danger of si recurrence of such
cases. Let every man, then, who Is
fqund with a pistol on his person, be
called, to an account therefor. If this
courioispursued, it wlll.not be long be
fore the "community will be secured
against shooting scrapes, not by or
through the good naturo and forbearance
ofoltliens, but because too one will bo
foimd provided with shooting Iron when
he think) he. has pccasloo to use them.
Again, we say, enforce the law.
"Barrett" is just the thing.
cards 05 cents per
Braclay Brothers, "Barrett's" agents,
Linen sheeting 12 quarters wide, $1 75
cents per yard, at Rellly's. tf
The best and prettiest cook stove now
A new lot Just received. 'Call aed ace
them at Becrwart, Orth A Co., 196 Com
mercial evenue. 8ep6 dwlrq
The undersigned will dispose of their
stock of groceries etc., AT cost for cImm'
until Thursday, 30th Inst, whea trje, re
mainder on .hand will be disposed et'feV
the highest bidder at auction without
Stkatton, Hudson A Ciark,
57 Ohio Levee. , .
Cairo, Sept 27th, 1869. ' ti
Our advice to any young man, that
can sparo tho time nnd money, Is to go
to BryanVt Chicago Buslneti iVixininff
School, where the best facilities In the
country are to found, It. Is just as cheap
to co to."Headauartera'' as to ko to a
second-rate institution. Send for paper"
all. il I 1I1..1I
describing mis mouei institution roe
"High School" to Commercial College.
Address. JEL B. Bryant, Chicago, JU.
Attention is called toDooley's baking
powder, tho purest article of tho kind
ever manufactured, A great lavjng of
money can bo mado in purchasing Dool
ey'a baking powder, as ono pound will
last longer than two pounds of thoso o
ordinary manufacture. It cannot bo
equaled for making light Bwcot rolls,
biscuits, wa files, corn bread, Ac, Ac, and
13 alwoys ready, reliable and not affected
by the action of tho weather. For salo
by grocers everywhere mw&f
J. 0. Carbon, agent forplanos, organs,
and Wheeler fc Wilson's sewing ma
chines, Eighth street, near Washington
I wish to inform tho public that I shall
in a fow days, IncreaKo my stock or
pianos, and be prepared to furnish to
order, many of tho flrstclassinstruments
manufactured, on short notice, at tho
regularly established price ; any of which
I will deliver, set up nnd warrant to bo
in perfect order boforo requiring tho pay
ment of any mouoy. All Instruments
warranted for live years. I also ;koep
piano stools and covers,- .and am receiv
ing tho very latest publications of music.
All persona wuntlng anything in my
lino of business will do woll (o call and
see my stock and learn particulars, bo
foro effecting purchases elsewhere.
Sop21 dlw J. C. Carson, Agent
The 3It Prominent Attraction
In these times when It behooves every
ono to practice tho strictest economy,
tho full dry goods and clothing storo of
Messrs. Goldmine &Rosenwater, on Com
mercial avenue, botwecn Eighth and
Ninth, becomes n poiutof attraction for
all thoso who with to procure fashion
nblc, seasonable and cheap goods.
Messrs. G. fc R. have Just opened, their
fall stock, nnd aro prepared to furnish
all the latoBtylcsln prints, dress goods
generally, trimmings, notions, etc. as
cheap as anybody elso In the city can
In the lino of clothing they offer supe
rior Inducements, having a well assorted
supply for all classes and conditions, nnd
at prices that defy competition.
They respectfully ask tho ladies to call
and examine their stock, as thoy are
satisfied that it embraces articles adapted
to all kinds of taBtes, alike in dress goode,
holsery, notions, trimmings, laces, hand
kerchiefs and the thousands other
articles In demand in this market
Sept 22 dAwlw
WMn ta act yoar Clotala;,Hatec
It is a habit among clothiers to avail
themselves of overy opportunity to effect
sales of goods from their old stocks ar
ticles of clothing' that are out of the
fashion or boon on hand so long that they
aro thread-bare from frequent handling.
This is perhaps necessary as an act of
self preservation. But there Is one estab
lishment In the city where the (buyer of
olothlng Is not subjected to any risk of
that kind. Wo refer to the house or
Messrs. Miller A Miller. Their old cloth
Incr. in tho langaage of the period. Is all
"nlavod out" Every article on uieir
shelves and counters Is new and strictly
fashionable. There Is not a garment of
last year's make or style In their house.
Everything Is fresh, new, seasonable and
after the very latest styles. This fact
should bo remembered.
Messrs. M. AM. have a very superior
lot of Fall and Winter clothing, embra
cing every grade of fabric, from the
heavy Jeans or "hard-thnee" demanded
by tho day laborer, to the flat broad -cloth
and doe-sklu coveted by the gentleman
of means or the "exquisite." And anoth
er fact worth mentioning is, that they
do not permit other dealers to undersell
The stock of hats brought on this year
Is large, varied, and embraoee' several
new and elegant styles. They have a
supply of fine silk hats to whloh they in
vito especial attontlon bellevlug thesa to
bo equal to any that can be found In the
lanrest markets of tho country.
A good supply of splendid piece goods'
also on hand, from which clothing are
mado to order in tho best and most
fashlonablo manner. In thlsdoparle
ment Messrs. M. A M, olalm to stand
without a successful oompotltor,and those
Who ludorso tho claim aro precisely as
uumerous as tuoir patrons, juo most
Smith's Tonic Syrup has been couutorg
felted, and tho counterfeiter, brought to
grlof. SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP.
The genuine article must havo Dr.
John Bull's private stamp on each bot
tle. Dr. Joiin Bull only has tho right
to manufacture and sell tho original
John J. Smitu's TONIO SYRUP, of
Louisville, Ky. Examine well tho label
on each bottio. If my private stamp is
not on the bottle, do notpurchoso, or yon
will be deceived. See my column adver
tisement, and my show card. I will pros
ecate any one infringing on my right.
Jb genuine Smith's Tonio Syrup can
only be prepared by myself.
tl The public servant
Dr. John Bull,
TamUiii- rr.. sv iVs iojio
juiiiiw vrvi. 4a. iowi
Tilth! TMtfe! Teeth!
Dr. Austin, at 140 Commercial avenue,
Is a surgeon dentist of muoh experience,
theoretically and practically familiar
With all the details or the profession.
We uahesltatlugly recommend him to
our readers, at homo and abroad, as ono
of the most successful practltlonorsinthe
StateT Sept 23 dlw
o . ,
ArrlTAls anil Ilcparturca During Hie I'asl
) at Honrs.
Ike lfftramltl, Columbus Win While riJucali:
llclle at LIuIb, etLoulij Arthur, NO - '
Calorado, do Clarn bcott, UrantTllIet
Ike Hammllt, Columbia; Wm. Whlt I'iducntiS
Arthur, St Iuli l!"l!o St I.ui, Jlctuj.V,
Colorado, Vicktbnrg; Mjiutwk, N O
Tho weather continues clear, and la
much warmer. Thermometer 80.
Tho Mississippi is rising from Rock
Island to Keokuk, and falling slowly at
St. Louis with an abundatico of water for
navigation from St. Paul to N. O. Tho
Missouri is fulling and bccommlng
The Ohio Is again faling at Pittsburg
after attaining a chaciicl depth of seven
feet. The river la stalionur' nt Louis
ylllo nud fallltigat Cincinntw,, with four
foet four inches in tho chai.d. It will
doubtless be rising at Cincinnati to-day.
Tho Cumberland Is rUIug at Nashville,
with SO Inches on f tho shoals nnd tho
Burksvllle has loft for Cairo.
I Hero tho river has falling six inchca
slnco last report.
Business was not so brisk.
Tho Mohawk and barges left for N. O.
'last night after receiving' 800 totis at this
Capt'Chas. T. Hlndo, Agt. - -
Tho hull aud Machinery of the Cum
berland havo been sold to Alf. Cutting,
Esq., tho Metropolis boat bulkier.
Tho Cobb-Webb, leaves to-doy fo
Tho Bismark, CaptSatn. Entrlkon, i9
tho regular boat for N. O. to-day, Capt.
Charles T. Hlnde, Agt.
The City of Cairo, Capt Malln, Js tho
packet for Memphis this ovciilng. Capt.
Chas. T. Hlnde, Agt
Tho Whlto, Capt. Northorn, la tho re-
gularpackec for Paducah this evening.
The John Lumsden, Capt. Davis, Is tho
regular packet for Evansvillo to-dnyj
Capt Cha-j. T. Hlnde, Agt.
Tho Alpha, Capt Ryinan, Is tho regu
lar Tcnnessco river packoUhis evening.
CHOOL Ji LECTION.
Notice 1 hereby clrcn tliat on Monday the tit Tenth
Jar of October next, nt tlio Artli Kngin Houm, In
towiuhlp terenutn, doutti riuijfc, ouo ieM, In the
countr of Alrxamler anil tiuta ol llllnuit, an election
will bilieMfortH'otVhool Tru.tet- furitiil township,
which election will bo orxmc! at mue o'cloolt n. m.
and will continue open until riro o'clock p in. of tho
iino day. Ily order of the Truateca uf Schools of
W. A. WIXfiTON..
CWro, Illinois. 8ept. lh, U3.
ir You Want
Material to mako a dollar bottle of the best Hair Re
storative cmr uioJfor retlorlns srarlialrto Its orig
inal color, send Jicenls forn package.
ir Yott Want
Nice White Teeth, Healthy Owns, and a sweet trtalh
send for our TURKISH DENTKIKICK, price, 3
ir Yoa Want
A sure care for Headache, Catarrh, Doafnesi, or bu
sing In the ears, send for our BlERNUTATORT
Trice 23 cents. WL9
aa.lUirof IheabOTa sent post-paid on receipt
Address Joseph K. Lockhar, 3I Markit street, St.
LouU, Mo. e27 lydsar
X Kara Collection. UovIand KecelpU.
MagioArts, Dlseorerlcs, etc., comprising TaluaUa
Information for orerybody. Eent by mall, (free of
poiUf)for J6 cents.
Address IU E. .NOUMaNPY, 501 Market flUoct, El.
Louis, Mo. serrdawly
Of nearly one hundred receipt for making brandy;
all kinds ol Wine, Qln, Ale, llecr, Cordials, Superior
Cider, and much otherustful Information tor thou
dealing in or manufacturing any of the nboTe, cither
far the trado orhomo use.
Bent by mall, freo of postal o, tor 50 cents. Addreis
R. E. NORMANDT, Ml Market street, Bt. Louis, Mo.
Mew BUtrrlace Galele.
AN CSSAT FOR YOUNO MEN, on rhysiologkal
Errors, Abuses and Diseases, incident io TouUt
Early Manhood, whloh create Impediments to MAR
RIAGE, with sure moans of relUf. Bent la sealed let
ter enrelopas, free ef charge. Address, Dr. 8.
ias iirtiTfinrnv. Howard Association, Philadel
phia, Pa. mtt
If Toe waatthe pure article, from the original paea.
aco. recelrad direct from Bunny Blope rineyarda, Loe
AMMlos Tcounty. California, go to llarclays'. They
hreit. Aaslto and fort.
IT0T ACTIOS BRACE A superior suspen
der for skins or pants i an unequalled brace for
theshett!drsj a-wsy a auspenc- a crsce, or nen
The purest and best article of extracts of Lemosi
and Vanilla, for flavoring Ice cream, Jellies, puddings,
ate. To be had nt Barclaya.
Pur fjreuts ef Taitur. '
Tho kest English 3oda, Jamaica OIngr, clcsn nni
Pure Allsplcs, iiiactc repprr, nuimeg, uinim-
Blackberry Wiuvmid Cordial.
Of extra quality. Nowathotiroolo un puwrartf
cle. For sale and guaranteed by IU." , TirvtUrrt
t u ; .. t IfiVitn tuat 'tllO' TetHaitfSf Of'Mr. EOJe " UHUieruus as iuuu I'nuuuo. juu
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