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PURE CREAM TARTAR.
!ft SI 000. Given
iralum orany Injimniissubsnincescttn be found
In Andrews Pearl Baking Powdor. Ia pos
tivcly PURE, being endorsed, and testimonial
received from sucli chemists as 8. Dana Hays, Bo.
Km; M. IMafonUInrt, of Chicago; and Guetavut,
Bode, Milwaukee. Never sold In bulk.
C. E. ANDREWS A. CO.
U Miuhitfiia Av,
2S7. & Mm. Water
Every Corset Is warrant 1 mitls
factory to Us wcaror lot-very vnv,
r the money will bo rclund'-J ly
the person from whom it wu botirdil.
The onlr Corset pnniou-.evi lv n'tr lemlln'r r-li.r.ti-l'ins
not Injurious to the wearer, oml.-iwiorMM lv Indies n
the ' ruotcuiuforia'jle and jKifctt CtUi u Corset ever
rRICE,by Mall, IV.taze PulOi
lTealth Preserving. t.&(). KoIf-A.J.:tlnir, f .fit)
Abdominal (rxtru heavr) 1 "0. Ji.ir.lnn;, 1.S0
Health 1'i'eMrvii'K t A n routlli tf.OU. I'muffim
For sulc by loaiilna U.'ti.il 1,-ulcs ery whore.
CUKMtiU COIil:T CO.. ChlcutfO, lit.
Itemcmber that stuuilna, vital eno-pr, the life
Vrinclpa1 or whatever yon mny choose to cull tho
resists! t t ower which battle st'alnt-t tbe ca'tsua
of dlsca-ea and dealt,, m t ho trrai d sa eguard of
health It i the g-nr lnn of tho luimsu fortress,
aud when It waxes wca, the true policy In to throw
in reinforcement. In other words, when siuh au
emergency ocrnrs, commewe a i oirse df Uoitct
ter's Hitt,:is. For aic by d i ti il la and dealers, to
whom aiipl for Hosteller's Almanac lor 1883.
1 ;.!( il .1; liul.' (liiiier
it r t (! hi thu ISulm
ii'to liic nostril; draw
Ktrniii! brnutli tliri imli
lb nom. it will b
i nHi tft'aKc of i i
inrihtl viiiu, cant. I n i;
i beaiti y ner.n tioi-e, al-
I im Inlliiuinlion. inn.
ituli ibe nif n' r n
from ndd tl ins I cold.
L" J V
L'tiuiiilotcly bi nls tho
on aud ti'rUiret the
ceDni or taut and
l n... it..i..i
F, ph i. i nui.rui.jiii ru
rre reilizi-d by a few aiitilloiionK. . ihor-
I4iatnint a directed will cure C ar.'b, 11 a v
Aj'frnliip to V,
,UXEOCALRD fOU COLD in til.' II KA I).
Tbe Uam bana iumI an cnvUb.e ropulol ou u-her-Tfcrknown,
up!acliJi; all oihi r i.mpnratKiiif
K( OON'IZRDas A -rtUNUIiKKULUIhCuVRV
i hold bv drnttKl't a' 5'e. iiti. On reroli t of
rtce vri I mail a pai kae Send l r cln-ulnr cue
inlnf'ill Infurnia- on 'til rwli.liiB tin'tniu!alr.
KLYCKK A.M DALM CO., ie;o,M. 1 .
, -LD MIDAt, PARI8, 1878.
lUTintf put GERMAN
9th ami 10ih itti
the pulilirj at t!
&c. tlio ice jjjQg 0 uiar tweot
to bn foumi io0oinnfhemarketl'eu
12-12 -if nutritious and palatable i
,. particular favorite with
ctuiurcn, ana mom exuei
leiit uri tola for family ue.
Tht penufna it tlaniinl S.
(Irrmnn, Itorrhentrr, JUa,
lit wure itf imtlationt.
huld by Vrorrrt erernhere.
. BIlEER & CO., Dorcliestcr, Mass,
One Dollar! One Dollar!
TUB WKKKLY 1'I.AIX DiaLkH.
imnwi . imjuw.3Ma&.i j'o
CleUnd. O 1 KHnri y ai'a mibNC lotion a
le dlax Dtmicmtlrjnir al urt valiubl- K imi y
New-paper Hnda Ixji Ln lor me lnt Ltpvr
Utht w-f for tba iirlce. rln1!, ') alxr fublliUlBH
C.,Cl0eland, Oblo, Bt upli coy in.
Woraaa a Volca.
Not In tho wn'ylnp; of tho summer trooa, "
Wbn cvonlntr bret'fH alnif tbtdr venpor
Not tbe nilnatrora mlnhty aympbonlo,
Norrlnnli-a lirnHkltiif on the rivor'a lirlm,
la oartli a tHwt luunio; thoao tuny bavo nwhllo
HigU thduuhln in happy bciirta, nud erklng
ctiroa iH guilo.
But pveti a (bo awnllow'a allkou wintra
fklinmi'd the wntcr of the ulneplim liiko,
Stir tho el 11 silver with a hundred rlnia
So doth one aound tho alocplng spirit wake
To brave the danger and to hour tho bnrtn
A low iiml irentlo voice dear woinuu'a chlof
An rxoollrnt thing It In I and rvor lout
To truth and love, and meekness; they who
Thla ifift, by the n!-irrnolous Oiver sent,
Even liyipilot atp and Ktnllo aro known;
Ily kind eyeit that bavo wept, hearts tbut have
An excellent thing It la wbon first In glad-
A mother looks into hor Infant'a eyoa
6tnllea to Ita mnlles, and auddens to its sad
noss rales nt Its pnloness, sorrows nt its cries;
lis fond and sleep, mid smiles and lllllo Joys
All theso eomo ever bent with one low gontlo
An excellent thing It la when life Is lenvlnjr
Lenving wlib gloom and gludncss, joys and
Tbo strong heart failing, and tbo hlgb soul
Wlih hi rouges t thoughts, and wild unwonted
Thon, thon a woman'a low, aoft BVinpnthv
Comes llko an nngel's voloo to tench us how to
Hut a mont excellent thing it Is In youth,
Wlieu tlio fond lover heHra tbo lovod ouo'a
That tears, but louns.to syllable tbo truth
How their two boitrts aro one, and she bis
It makes sweet human musio-ohl tbo spells
That baunt the trembling tulo u brlgb;-eyod
nmldun tella. -Edwin Arnold.
A Greek Wedding in London.
Lnflt week I was presout at an inter
estiun; coromony in tlio beaut iful Greek
church at Bayswater, which in itself is
a study of Byzanline nrchitoutiire and
elaborate decoration. A Greek maiden
was to wed one of hor own nation, and
to make her future) homo in olassio
Athens anions his people. But very
few young women, excepting the brides
maids, were present, and I noticed that
tho men and women sat on different
sides of the church, as in our own very
high churches. As tho bridal party
walked up tho contcr of tlio church, two
goldim doors above the altar steps wero
thrown open, and two priests appeared,
gorgeously robed, wearing curious hnt
hko coverings (o their heads, much like
those worn oy Jewish rabbis. One of
these, the Archimandrite, is a hand
some man. They descended, each hold
ing a cross in his hands, and proceeded
" with tho ceremony in a language quite
unknown to me, and I found" it was
equally unintelligible to a distinguished
Greek scholar who was with ine, who
explained that the pronunciation of
modern Greek differed so much from
that of tho aucient Greek of the univer
sity schools, that though h could read
it tolerably, ho could in no way under
stand or converse in it. It was noticea
ble that no iivtrumenlal music enters
into the service of the Greek Church,
but tho voice alone chanting or iiton
ing the prayers aud responses, conducts
the whole service.
I was curious to know why I bad
seen two wreaths ou tho table, think
ing perhaps that two lirds were expect
ed, but I found that in this vord sym
bolical ceremony tho bridegroom is
crowned vrith flowers as well as tho
brido. This is solenmly done by the
priest, and tho wreaths Hro crossed aud
exchanged above tho heads of tho pair
in a wonderful way, until, with them
supported iix.woll-MrWrtMiblo in position
by an attendant groomsman, the bride
groom is led by tlio priest, intoning as
ho walks, still holding his brido by the
hand, in a sort of procession round tho
center tablo of tfio church, followed by
the bridesmaids and tho assistant mat
ron, and by two young men of the par
ty, each holding a largo wax candle,
about six fool high, lighted, and wreath
ed with white flowers and satin ribbon.
It must lmvo been a trying position for
the young man, and certaiuly neither a
digniilod nor solemn one to an outsider,
looking moro liko tho performance in a
cotillon than a religious service, but I
was told that in tho Greek Church
much is symbolical, and appeals only
to those who can estimato tho signifi
cance of eacli little ceremony. "This
processional march indicatod joy and
. rejoicing, as by a dance.
Tbe sign of tho cross was very con
stantly made by tho congregation, as in
a lloman Catholic service, aud the thick
gold wedding ring was used for that
mirposo by the priest on the forehead of
both brido and bridegroom before it
was placed on tho lady's linger. Tho
pair partook of tho bread and wine un
der the sainu symbol. Of course, tho
niarringo was reully and legally effected
by tho registrar at an early period of tho
day, and a Greuk lady told mo that the
ceremony we witnessed included both
betrothal and marriage, hence its lune th
In such classic society as this we
scarcely expected ordinary food, but I
found that good English roast beef
agreoil admirably with preserved rose
leaves und delicious honey from Mount
Hyineltus, where tho bees of to-day still
extract luscious fragraueo from luxuri
ant and perfumed llowers, under tho
sunny skies of Attica, as they did in thti
ancient times of classic story. "Tho
honey cakes wo had for lunch on this
oocnaion 1 shall not soon forget. They
were a dream of lloivcrs ana ambrosial
sweetness, and were washed down by a
rich wino which tasted to mo like nectar.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica.
Lumbago, Backache, Hoada'che, Toothache,
lore Thrnitl, fcwrllluita. Nii-nl, llmlara.
Iliirtio. MeitliU. r'rtMt uilva,
u"." MML1 rt,,"t " '"
oM b; Pru((liii 11111 lhi,n tvir;li. f'Uit Ceuu botut,
Dliwtlum la 11 Uuui-i.
TIIK ( IIAItl.KW 4, VOtifXKR CO.
THIC DAILY OAITIO BjJLLKTlN;
. Thcusday Eveni g, Dec.
I he weaiher has
been dirk, clou ly and
gloomy all the week with the temperature
unseusouablj high, but to-day has grown
colder and closed with prospects of a snow
Tbe market is generally quiet and stocks
of every thing large.
The river is rising steadily but a cold
snap would check the rWwhich is now
coming out of tho Ohio. ;
FLOURThe market rubas steady and
prices firm. Owing to lighr'receiptB stocks
in general has been greatly reduced. Choice
especially is scarce. The demand is fair in
HAY Receipts are large and the de
mand very liniited. dtore rooms are
CORN Plenty and dull ; no round lots
sold from first hands. Tho trade is all iu
OATS Tho demand is small, stocks
largo and prices unchanged. , j
MEAL Quiet and stody. J Tho move
ment is emnll.-
BRAN Very little demand. Prices are
BUTTER Market flat, pnly strictly
choice and very little ofcthat wiinted.
EGGS Dull and overstocked.
CTIICKENS-Dcad dull.' Live are not
wanted at nuy price.
TURKEYS Tho demand continues
very good at full prices.
APPLES Common stock is unsaleable.
Choice aro in fair demand.
POTATOES We note a (toady denjiud
and firm prices.
Sales ana (duotatione.
NOTE. The prices tiure jivmo are Tor W.r from
first, hands In round loti. An advance I,
charred for broken lots in milueornVr
800 various grades .
800 bhlH fancy
lix: bbls patent
It) bbls choice
ID"'. bb!s choice
V0 bbls fmt.y
8 M38 0
..4 75 (it 8"
Scars Gil ; Edge
, 12 SO
4 cars good prtme.
1 car mixed In bulk .
I car whiio in bulk
4 care lu bulk
3 care la bulk
No. 9 Hd, per hit ...
No. 12 Medliuruiiuaa.
4W bhlsCIU tu lots.
.2 4') 2 50
1 car sacks ,
1 car sacks ,
SHI Sonthsr- Illlno's roll.
4) puuiid HmrrhKrn llltnoi'9 toll
ami puuiiriH Northern roll...
5 0 pounds cnoice Northern roll..
20 j,. a
2 coops aig- choice
6(1 1 pounds dressed ,
'i coops smnll
5 coops inlxod
4 coops jounu and old .
B coops gceso ,
8 0Uu,U 00
lOilbhls fancy IlunDavis
H' bbls rbo'.re Den l avla...
HO bbls fsncv Homo Beauty
eia k packed fruit
8 f 1
MV to l 00 loss
Ctioioo ye;inw ,
Potatoes ir bbl.
t WX&'l 25
Northern I'cach Dlows nor haah
Notitbern Ills. Peach Blows par bulb
Korttiurn P. U. per bnl 22s
Souttiero Ills, per bbl ., j po
4) don rshblts ...
1 M HM t fO
20 doa wild ducks.
1 S3.ll 50
Per bbl .
SI .H re
tMtttt t 1 11
H. 0. Hams .
Clear sides. .
Blioulriers . . .
St, Jehus ...
3'4 bushel Inirliips.
UK! KM FKCIT
Choice navy ....
Choi en rutiitnira
Cream . .
FKIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29 1882.
Dry Kllut choice
"n un cnii M ,
Hlimu 1'uli., dry
4 liuft) 5
...... a 5t 7
7 MiO 0
-0 L at.
RATKH OK KKBIOHT.
V bbl. b-
M" h It,.
i ' v ores us.
The Aesthotics of Dress.
Men may bo divided in several class-
ks: i lioso who dross well by instinct,
miwu no nro tiressoa well by their tail
01 s, nun those who ignore taste and
tailor. It is a fiuo art -worthy of tho
consideration it 1ms recoived at tho
liamis ot Jlr. EUlm Vedder. tho artist.
who discourses wisely and pleasantly
after this manner:
"For centuries we hnvo cut and
snipped and spoiled good cloth, and
will for centuries to come. I don't boo
But what we do it as woll now as ever.
I will admit though that a man's dress
is hopoloss. 1 never feel well dressed
except tn fancy dress thon I suit my.
self and when I am in swimmine.
I lion I feel like a man. Look at this
Turkish garmeut; it makes a fine bath
ing dress, and in Turkish toweling it
would bo stun mug." (The carraent in
question was a plain white tunic, not
unlike some of Mr. Millet's costumes.)
"It is cut in only two placos thoso for
me nanus to pass through. See what a
tine thing it is when I put it on. What
folds! A man id dressed in iu Now
uothing could be bettor, but it doesn't
suit our climate.
"To dress suitably one must take in
to tne account all tho conditions. Each
person should consider first his needs,
then his individuality. One muststii.K-
din's self, and then dress as ono thinks
iinst. j hat is tbo way to bo pictur
esque, ihe Contadini don't know why
4 U a !.. t 1 a. .
uiov are -painiaoie.' Aua, by tho wav,
wo should always want picturesquenoss
in another country than our own. Look
at a railway train inthiscountry empty,
ing itself of poople. Tltoy are not pio
uneaquu, oHi uio wontauitu would say,
,'YhlrH IICH nil f do linni-P' "
"In dress you want sneciallv to pom
trast breadth with small lines, and there
should always ba some spot on which
to rest tho eye; just as in tho face wo
navo tlio cheek. In tho draperies of my
"S"'w, nuicii ato. iieaveu knaves' in
little relation to fashionable dress, that
is tne ineory 01 their construction. This
same balancing of lines, which makes
Greek dress or auy loose drapery beau-
uiui, is just as necessary iu tighter
draperies. Jhore was a tight dress
woru by womou not long ago, which
was excellent." (Mr. Vedder's knowl
edge of dress dm not seem to iuoludu
technicalities, but this pantomime evi
dently referred to tho priticesso dress,
which, it seems, com mends itself to all
artists.) "Anything which suggests
the beauty of the form is commendable-.
ho knew there wero so many finely
rounded arms until women took to
tight sluuves? Even if tho arm is thin
it still shows character, and that gives
it valuo. Tho sume ii true of knee
breeches. I admire them. If a man
has a good leg, how lino they aro! If
he hasn't, all the name they aro attract
ive, because they discover tho form,
and that shows the man. Yon hue
irobably noticed, since young fellows
lavo taken to knickerbockers ml
Scotch caps, how much more interest
ing illustration has become, iu Black's
novels for example. All this individu
ality in dress is a great help to artists,
but wo can't push things To bo well
dressed is to bo iu harmony with ono's
surroundings and with one's self.
;Tako natural grace, for examplo,
which is tho most oxquisito thin in the
world. A woman who has this su
promo gift can put a handkerchief
around her neck aud knot it on hor
ureast, wan a rose in the knot, and
nothing can be moro lovely. But evory
woman can't do this, for natural graco
is something which cannot be acquired.
Every woman must study her own
style. Tbutroublo id that this requires
thought. People conform to unci fol
low tho fashions because they are too
lazy to think.
"The general artistic progress of this
country that which has given now in
tcrcst to our homes is seen in tho col
on which aro now used in dress. As
an artist I approve of tho tiuts aud the
harmonies which wo now boo in the
shop windows. Nobody can object to
them, 1 don't soo but 'that the whole
matter is going ou all right, provided
only that womon forswear hoops. If
they go bark to crinoliuo then tbo caw
is iudeod hopeless."
After the Parisians abandoned the
"pig, which was for some time a fav
orite mantel ornament and a much worn
article of bijouterie, and was thoughtto
carry luck to iis owner, they substituted
with tho sumo view, a repulsive looking
miniature hunchback; for sonio time
that was tho rage, and dainty ladies did
not hesitate to wear the ungainly little' '
object, suspended from thcircliaielainos
and bracelet-chains, but Hint, too, has
been discarded now, for a now porto
bonheur that comes straight from Vicn
na; it is a mushroom. When mndo in
silver, the mushroom is so designed as
to b really very pretty, and moro than
all, it is sr.1,1 to bo marvwlotisly luck.
In a short time we may expect to seo
mushrooms tho favoritu'feiuiuinu orna
ment. Gallants are sending their Inamoratas
long bisnqo baskets' iu Imitation of
plaited straw. The- partly raised lid
reveals the forma of a little hoy and girl
at oho end; tho remainder of tho basket
is (Hied with a looso duster of roses and
violets Tho littlo girl has her pretty
head bent us if iu the actof smell hi" one
of tho roses. 0
Novelty iramo counters nro In tlm
sham) of blocks about an inch and 11
half Hqtiaro; diamonds, clubs, spados
and lienru are represented In gilt on tho
four sides, the two ends are indicators,
one for number of points, the other for
number of games. A set consists of
couuters nuarly timinged lu tt box; one
covered with red kid, thd cthor wlthyoU
AdvlcH to Consumpt ves.
On the Hpneitmnce of tbo tirst svinntuma
it gun. ral debility. Ioh
chilly sensations, lollowed by nigh! sweats
and cuuuh, prompt niossurus of relief
should 1,0 taken. Consumption is scrofulous
uiseasool the lnti;a; ti.eroloro use the iroiit
anti-acrofuht or blood purrlerand strength
roa.orer, vf. rieice t) "Uol.Ien Medical Dis
win. O kJ . i-
;. j. Dii)i-riiir to cou nver oil as a au
irmve, and unsurpassed us a pectoral. For
weaic lure's spitting of blood, and
ninoren aiiections, it Iihs no foual. Sold
by drugKists. For Dr. Pierce's treatise on
Consumption send two stamps. World's
inspeusary Medicul Association, Buffalo
A Kooipa- ftr Beauty.
A celebrated bounty, says a Now
York.jvi-iter.forJtH'e Washington Crilir.,
whoso coniploxiou at sixty was fresher
than that of our women at thirty, told
1110 her secret this summer, and it was
divided into two parir.; First Shu iiuv
er ued washragor towel on her face,
but washed it with her hands, rinsing It
off with a suit sponge SI 10 used clear
water in vhe inorni'i;:, but white cnslilo
soap or very warm water at i.iglit ami
after drying it on n sofi. towel she would
take a llesli brush ami rub her clock--,
chin and forehead. Second -If she was
going to lie up late at night she always
slept as .many hours in ilu day as sit,
expected to iic awake beyond her usual
time. She liicln-d l.er linle sermon en
beauty preservation by .savin-: "Suit
water and itind .ilc-.p k ep'olV'wrinkli'.i
and spots, and ru ! should give morn
attention to this than tiiey do, fur "wlib
the Cieuin of th-: ,:r,w':i U-- is th,; g
ing of the- lif.itl V feel."
I'lOttlOU t'10111 M:tltl!.l.
The prbvtmive is the t'at-t'amtd bouilietti
reined), b:miuoi,s Liver Regulator, a purely
uctuuie tonic, oinartic and uln rmive.
It acts more promptly iu i-Uiiu'- all forms
ot ninlariiil dico iS'S ihm r.t!omel or otii
nine, without any of ttie miutiotis cotise
quueces which follow their te. Take he
Regulator and it will keep vour liver, bow
els hud kidneys iu purl'ict order, and you
will never have hii experimental ktionledee
of the meaning of the word maluris.
FOR Dysti. r-sit aud Liver Cminlaint ,
1 j .
iisvo i or.nie.i euiirnnteo en i-w;v 1 i!( ,
ofShiloh's Viinl:.er. It never iil t
Mr. J. Vanukuvgex, Di u.i.ts Grand
ILiVLli, Mic h. I cun htit'Lly recouniieiiil
EK's Cieim IjhImi tor the cure of Cuianh.
Cold iu the Head, Ac B-f -re I 1 IHV. 114 "f
the lirst boiiUi I iniichaseil of ,.,11 I (it,,l
111 Self ( lire J. At times I ..o lid .-iv.rreiv
smell anythin.: H'ld h id n '.einbu he- inr.sr
of the time. -Henry Lilv. A .,t f, r
.linerican Exor. s- t' .. Gr .nd II.lU'it, Mitli.
A Yai i-il
h iw I'jikei's
.U10V WOlHter U iw pjl-ker'g Gilieer
louic can I'ei lorni such v-iried cures, tlruk
1111 It CtsetlOe ot L'lllL'cr. wlien m faer if i
msde from man, v.ilu.ble mediciuts wli'ehi
set beni-licially on t-vrv t i s-H-e 1 onnm.
Why Continue the m.e nt r. tnedirs lb.it
only udieve, when E: a Cretdn II tin., p. -as-ant
of spplieation and sure aiiel'ir Ca
tairh. flay Fiver an 1 C1J in bead, can
be Imd for 30 ci-nt-F Apply into nosttili
with little fincer.
V'Li'tlf thui, ks me ,-u to him who
only I'lVtS aWSV what is of Ml ile in him.
elf." The tharks of invalids the woild
ver ;ire lielr.tr showered on tl.e inv.-ntor .,t
Kidney. W. r', for it is u n ht-nl h to all.
Kiduet-'Vi.it ninv, s U,e ln.wls n LuUrlv.
Ciciin'-C's- tho blood, ml i i lirmK- enr,.
kiilney dif ,.-e, pruv. 1, piles, bilious head
"die nnd pains which ititt ciicm-.l bv di.
rdered liver and kidnv. Thou-anda
lave been cured why shoul I vou not try
Dlt. Kl.IMC's GltKAT NtltVK HtsT.-mni ij
the niirvel .d'tli 'iitre for a1! nervy diseases.
All fits stopped frcH. trctu to QUI Arch
street. Phihulelnia. Pa.
Thoso desiring to make mnnev
on small and mi'diuin investment's
Hi Ki-iki, pmvisioMs and bUkb
Htiociiliitloiis. ef.ti do sobvotiointr
ineou nor jiIh.i. From Jlny iBt,
issl, to ihe p resent ilato.ouiuvest-in-
tits nt ijilo t ) t i .000. cash profits
bavo bona reullzej and paid to in
vostorsamoiinting toaevorai tunes
tbe nritfiiini inv-Rtriient. Protits
paid liretolovoi-y uinuth, still leav
ing thu oriel- al iiivostioent. mnv.
STOCK"? i'.'iiioiievor imvnblo on demand.
j.Ai.ianii'orv otreniars and stato-
$iiM "lents of fund W aeut free. We
15 II 1 v IUlt -,tlJiiflil)le au'etits, who wtil
iUlJ r',''""" 1" 'tops and Introduce the
ww I'lOJl. Liberal eniiinil.cinna noi,i
i flIaor Uloi-k, Chicago. Ill-
Def Iring Kir-t ilnps
Paying t'toclid er Itntics vlidding
i rfc.lt ( KM. per anuum, and over.
may obtain full particulars, with satisfactory refer-
"""" i"'iiii'iiioui, ov a'ltiressiug II. til. AIM
Hr.I.I. Ktu'l Ae't. IS .limur,'.. -it tt.,nn ...
Mention this paiiur.
y .NoOilns; i world ,111,1.1 iu 11 l"
ourtol Hcr,.iilt.l,lii,,,l.;,, li,, i,,t,i., ol'l S'H.'
Burs F.)o, ,M,r,'.urll lllmari, (.n'jrrh l.imuf
Appi'lln. Fi-maK lorai'IMiil., .nil iilnnS
rill.t. H ntiw full,. Ail ilujjl.u
eouolrj .lore r nil It. II, nillrn
m I o., t'ri,r, rilMniriili, An .111, hollln.
1 u t. an nt
uit i . .. ... .
tuml.,,. nmrfh'K 7ci VlL . Z,1?
5? 1.00 p"r UoUl0' i'ursnio by all drutr-
- in, n, "i nun, vy c-s iir. n on i'e
Cel lit ol ' iirien, JOHN l I'AItiC KONrt
1 70 and "177 Hyrmnora fc)t, O1N01NN A'l't
OHIO, i louse inaruiun tldavaper. '
P'olitenr'-alwai son the limit.
J'eitt fjr ihai cos to Increase
i Jheireaiulngs, nnd In tlnm
,1,-, iimiu ,i-n,ii.., , iljlll" WHO
do nut lmirvu ill dr oppnr-
til. ill', 1. ..(.(Iblrt It, llnim.l.l
olfor a greai cbancu to mult., ihouhv. w wnt
nisny men, woman, bnvs and uris tn work tor us
right In dinlr own lonxliiies Any ono can do tho
wont properly Irotn the fltst snot. The bus noss
will pay more tli n ten times onlinuri- u,in. 1,
pnnsivuoutllt rurnllioi!f-ee, Noon,) wlioenuniros
lal s to makn inotn-v ran ill v. v.i ..u .1.,.. ...
your whole tlm to dia wml.
monu'iili, Full I tf.irn it(rni iviri a I t - at la ni.iri,,,!
Ulfrou, AadruliMPIN HOS Ut) 1'nrtlanil M
mm. , Caiho, lu,,, Di'cembor li'h, ia.
lbs regular a,llui menlumif thu stockholdsrs
of tun Oity Nstiotial II ink, of Cairo, for tho - ur
posorsol.;ctln -seven dirictors, wdl bo hold st tho
ortlMinf add bank, In tuiscltv, on Tucsdav. .la,,,,..
ryniB,liW. Polls oinm atlio'olock a. m. and
cipji tttio'tlork p. m.of said day. ?Nnlfl Hr Ti A "T T r oni rrnT
j ASD UY DUfJOdiaTS KVEKTVVHKRB,
Cliilli and Fever,
Hlnimons I.Ivor Itogu
I a 1 or mToii breaks Ihe
cliilli, and rarries the
fever out ol (ho sjateiu.
II cures when all other
S ck Jieitdnclie.
V 1 Hie relhT ui& cure
of Ibis Undressing dls
tun use Siiuuiona Liv
Tbo HejMlstor will posliuiy mru this U.rlblo
dlseuso. We assert emphat.ially vhat wo know to
should not ho rgardd ' a Irillirg allnmtit. Na
ture rjiiinamls tbo imnot regularity of tho bowels,
Iherefme anslst nature by luldiig Siinniuus Liver
Regulator. It li harmless, mild and lUectiml.
ODeortwotables,iii.iifiiiH will rcllen all 'the
troubles Inclileiit ton hi l.ais Klale, null as Nausea
linszlliess, Drowsiness, Distress utter eatltig, a bit
ter bad tai-te in the immtb.
reisoiis may avoid all aliaiks by nrcasloually
liiklng a close of Mmmons Livvr Hecu'.itor to ueeu
tbe liver iu healthy action.
generally arising frni a diaordeM Btoniueh. can
he corrected br taking Minnious Uur heuiator
Simmons 1A r !i
V.liHi' flilfll I I. . 11 ait.
rubr rsnou eradli sics this dis
it'. I'uvln-the ski ii rli mf hi. (I
Uuu lrom aU iuipuritit'
fblirtrei) uirt-it,j w it!i MJ(.S nj;..ri..r.,- rP.
lu-lwhen m.h.oiib l..v.-r llek.-:..i,u,r is ailininisiti
ed. Adu.tsH.so derive Krct benelh fr.-iu this
n.edlilnu. ills mil uiinleasBt.1; Ii n UiuiioM
snd elective. J'unh- vegHalib.
ULADDKR Jv DNJOV'-;
yt of ibedlisofth,. bl.vl.ivrorlirtiiaterroM
tLoseo tile kiiiners. I toie the ,.r: ;uU of tne
hver InlU niibotn t.e knt'.evs and biai:d-r M1I
' 4k 'iv the gi.'iuioe. which a!aavs
.a'.'; re ol
ewnniper tbe red Z nud- lul.rk and tU
J.il.ZKlLIN to CO.
Torsaie by !! dr'iitln.
Aweckn-adeat In nip bv h liidus-
irlolls. hi-ct n-it H(- 111, lu-f n. ihu
ub.i,'. t (ipdal tint iiceiiuri. V
will stii-t k u'i M,n. w,,!h,n. I,,,.
and i'n u. it. tn even w he in u-nrW
torus '"mi 1. flu. 1, ..... v..,, ......
work Id s;ir tin, o, or ei our w in.lB l,ui to the
ntlH re-s. o C her llll-ll-.e r m ill . ,. .....i.
as well N'o 10 c 1 au futl .) m 1-.' m 'nmm.i , .
bv nngauwiiigat oi.ee. Ccsilv , At .r,d t rin. rr.;
Jlotiot iua.lt- fa-t. ,-asilv. hi-.i1 V .... a...i. ...
KCfc d 1.0 , Aucu-t:,. ma n-.
Tbe la'ift. h.i sad iU-a4-est week'y iu lUfWurlJ
tNAs-bV'S PAI'KK )
81. Of) A YEAR TO EVKilYH'lDV "
AND A I ltKE CO! Y foil EVtRY n.l li t,r 1 KV
Theb t s oiles. Ihi I t I. ,ii-l., .11. ..4
a.-Thuliuiui detuituifii .iin-!. m t, ildu-n s rid
ing. tiiK be, 1 rwoiiious i1-ir;meiit Na-liv'. nro
piMii ictlsis, Co.-r sujn l-i.-,: :ro n ih.s ii .. ,,nt.
ii jr.d. anu m-nrn. of n. i i:t t. tun i,n,
oils to men ion. In slmrt Hi-; t.-;si juijh r Mibll-hed
-tmi s.fil long coluiniis. sn.l i r.,r Oue Uuilsr
H l-Ur. 1MM1.L'-- aiil. S ,-,--M. ,, fn ... ...... .J-
drei-s. 601 da Post j. HI.AUK 1 11 I',. 1.
K1N(3 -A taV.nta-ci.
jlf,r.nu.'i.t iniiif i nn- ti
r. h I. Kit kir 1..
Oiree d Ti "iilv-ttJ .'Oi iu ,v... vr ,o ...... r.,o
by htghlr liter, t v- EtiPsb S.fm ..fTiir! S. sett'
I1 n AIM) D It) ,CI'.I. lit l.nW . Hi ll Inilir r.n
test ib ruitl .1 tne al. n SvM . alio Invest
Dleiit. Cin :t;ct. d at th : eom 1 ! s.rHii,,.,!, V...
-r.raus Ka-, s, J ci; .-v lo ritpi. t ie I'rori 1 re
foe 1 weekly with rhirz of 1) n.r 1 fr.,m
wlnniui;. liettli.i en i: -ir i-h i-nH .r,-...
stli r nr n!l rsre 111 ih- w. rl l. .-sl wt ',' realize
0- wtb win. hi , il mil, no 1,1- ,,-. P ..ii,..
iiiide It CH.WU1SON .tCO .ll'in. l 'i Wa hin .
ton tt., t uicaio. ui.
e.,.lK), ,,,, Xsari Arran.
111.S..I n.vl . ii.Ksi. . t. I.lliI.K,f.,k.
re.-o 'I. tvudf'tr ft tilm, TrultiuiA:
trial Ix-'llf (r. tu I'll I iu.L-iii r,.v,n!r,
(.jjj !.- nn b...t,h.i rsc.Tl. (wort r,in.-.P.O wi
SL.l'llll.lt-.'" 60 brungm. (Uhw v 'ruwi
TO CARD COLLKCTOK
It 1 .
"THE FltOI.IC OF THE FliOGS.."
Six orlL'ir.nl d si."-. W, I i:t. u-rrtmnr. u 111 ha
I sent tn any address 0:1 teceintrifs ret. is lu ' 11m
.1. !' L A K u I N A (d, Hi.tV.le, N .
KOLIi .VAN'.TACl I ltK'ts . V
'VbiTE."u (nt" t-iive Oil To. 1st Soap
SrKEit's Pokt Grape Wine !
FOUR YEA us or.n
rr'IirstiKUHltATEl) NATIVE WINE Is made
4 from tbejiiicn of tho Oporto l t,u, riilsed In
tlilui'nnnl M ltd ,i...l.,..l.i. ....... ' . '.M
luisiuuuiy. 1 lh 1 11 va 1 uii n . 0 tonic and sirnnmh.
.i u. vi i, 1 11 1 11 us 'i f 1 -assed bv any other
l" -e j'oi'.e or v 0 tiratm.
priKluecd nndur Mr. Speer s own personal supi-rvl
son,lisptirltv.iiid n ness, arn tuarar,leed
Th'i younest child m , piutnk - of Its g tu'roni
qua III... and .he weuke t invalid uso It to i VZ"
?Jfcii , 1 " Hi MirioiM nllnients that
Sneer's p. ,1.' siierry.
l'lio I' J.SHKKItV Is a w'no of Kuper'or Char,
ncter Hid arhiu,, nftho rich qnil ties of .bo m,a
," )Mlclll l'roierties, Ii will be xani nn-
pt : e Juice of t- n t;r
Sntior's P. J, Urnndv.
tJ. -s ""AMjV siumls nurlvi'cd lit this (iountr
I aM mi Htl0!' lr" " ,h" Kf'T". U' fon-.l", val.
Iiaiile msillr na lirnnsfi n i, i. .,..1." "
w. aim lart,, thai ..Vlho srai f .m wbhhl a
'il .c.d"'d .n.at fsv'
HMrii ii i " V . "'Rn-'oiru 01 A L 1 K t
HI h Kit, i'assalc, ; , j i, 0VP. tne CHr, . "yh
J'ce inat fin,
h li ,2it7'R- 2U"L-S6KrAT
1 'A-V.kt; s- 2
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