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THE:CATT?0 DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1871.
ft. Kit IfcTAir. AUI.MT
U. WINSTON A CO..
ltKAL- YSTA'E AGENT
AVCTWSf.M,
74 (newt ri.oon) oino r.i.rrr,
CAIKO, IIiM.i
jjuv A.vn Sr.u. Hkal Kfta.,
PAY TAXES,
Kl HNM3I1 ARSTl'ACTS OF TITLL
s. I prrr CoMHsne. ' Kinl
nit'rciit.ns.
CEXTltAL J I HAT MAHKKT.
KOEIILEK & HHOTHER
llstrttrpPhPd the
I I'MK .MI'.AT MAIIKI'.T,
CoMMERCIAE-AV.,
lift ss cell Mnlli r.ml Truth KlrMls,
am will Vrep rontntlynn hand ln l-t mR'
tistiKiitrr.M in ine uatr market, i ney npi mm
ppt.l...n Otve thPtn trial.
eptJItf
JAM ES KYX ASTON,
Hotelier nmt llcnlor In all Itlml I'rroli
Meat,
Cmxtt -VitTiiTii AM) Ponar .SmtiT.
C4IK i. It.USOl.
Bl'VS nd luirhlpn only tlii rrry lint rattlp,
hoe. aid r beep, and i. propnred ,n fl" nJ
.1. mi il for frrli mpt from on? pound to IPn
tli '".nti'l imti".!.. f"2fi f
.TAKE WAJiTEH,
BUTCH E IR,
urn nr-iiu ts
FllESH MEAT,
Eioimi Stp.ket. I3r.Twr.E.v Was it I kotos'
ASD CoMMEP.ClAL AVKSUES,
Adjoining ttlttrnhoiior V llnntiy'n.
K im bft rf Her f, fork, Mutton, VM,
Lamb, Sauagp, He., and are pfppHrptl to yersc
r !fn In the mn4! , ii.fililp ma nor fipROi
MRS. ANNA LANO,
-lOrtTU-ST., BET. WASIM.VOTOV AND COM
MERCIAL-A VENUES,
1 Dovr tccfUicg tfatlillul tjortmcnt of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including tints nd hpes of thr latoil ttrlo
Itlblicrt, I'lonrprv mill 1'rntlirr.
Mrs. Lios"lll also show cti'totnrrJ tli Urges
fltlOU of
VV.MiIrn Yurnt
To bo foucJ In the rlly.
ULEACIIINO
A.VD 1'KEbSINO
or.iiEn.
DONE TO
IIIMil.VC.
JJOOK.', joniphlri', briet-, rjtHli'K'i.'. nrir
j iaior, t ix ut, nn. I ori) ru ety of nen.
r re j.r nmuc roiiimcto. fur, nml pruinjtly hhi
f.i y fieoutfj, in tlie IHuletin Ijook, Job,
nJ nnrpacr 'lajuip curn'Mhrnent.
THE BULLETIN.
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n n Is-ntakt Mr not ; tnaU, but fca'ttu ; out
.U7i n a!i Mtytt.' of iticrul Ui Out j.uWit ;
taUtr;tattinerxuKOeir(uU!yrt, tU HuUf
nn Wwifi tht patrowgt ot nfeUijcnt ril- ami
ti"inting bumnt44 mtn.
THE IiOLLAK WEEKLY 11ULLETIN.
Jtta II. OUtIj Sl Co. nio rluer. tli ml).
t r .it.on frif - of th ttVusly Cto ISullMi to
On Utter ftrnwiw, makinu it ll elienjiMt m.
rf rpuMi.V.fcl in Southern lllicon.
DEMOCRATIC COf.VTV TICKI.T.
For Tr'Ur-runJ Colic 'tor,
WILLIAM MARTIN.
Kcr S-urtyor,
JOILV II ELY.
Ges. Plea .nto.v denies that he
called Grant " a d d humbug." Nov
trt!itlcs, there is a conviction in the
! .blic mind, though itfhu't a jiha.-niu
that if he hud called Grant
d d humbug" he would have come
I r-iiy near the truth.
The New York Indkitnuknt ex
presses the opinion that to the ' carpet
bjgers the touth owes mainly the
moral and educational influence that
havo been developed tince the war."
According to radical papers, the only
thing that has been developed in the
outn since the close of the war has
boen a tendency to ku kluxism, for
wlucti it is not altogether certain that
the carpet-bagger are not responsible
From the Accounts Uiur far re
ceived of the burning of Chicago, it is
the greatest conflagration of modem
times, (in times of peace.) It has no
parallel even in the great fire of Lou
don. This fire caught on Saturday
night, the 2d of .September and raged
three days. It extended over a space
of two mile, h, luth and one in
urcaui... U took i four
hundred
streets and dunrovol
in
its coimcl
eighty-nino churchi
'"es, the citv ciitr
Guild hall, many public building,' hov
pttals, bchools, libraries and thirteen
thousand two hundred duelling hom.es.
The value o thu property do-troyed.
puiJiic aim private, was estimated
JC7,:i:i,r,000 or nhouts:!i;,700,000.
at
im: uitE.iiKn. t'.vi.AMriv which
has lallen upon Chicago Chicago, the
prido and glory of our state is one of
thofo visitationswhicli ttarlle us from
tho rcposo of every-day life, which
break into our settle I habits, and cause
us to forgot Bolf aud till our petty, tel.
nMi selinmes, in tho ono jjroat ubsorbiug
lit. ttlit of the t. rr I lo event or th
Jiottr. In the h r.v f "r country,
no event or equal uia-'iiitude and hor
ror has over btir.'t uj'Oii our Iicoplo.
Tlio rebellion, with it- long train or
cviln. came upon by degree., and
when lwttle r.ige.l and lives wore lott
we were not shocked, thrjugh beintr
prepared for the now?. The burtitnir or
die Kiehiuonu theatre, wlncli sti'i
Ciiti'd the eheck to pale when brought
to inii.d, the various railroad and steam
bout. tceidents.whieh time audngaiu have
shirked the community, the Avondale
and Pillsfleld disasters nil sink into ut'or
int'tiinilieatiec when compared with the
"jrout lire which has laul ta?tc
! citv of C'hicaso. We, who are far
removed from the. scene of the great
calamity, can form no adequate concert
tiott of il. horrors and language fail.
u the nttemnt to picture them. What
ncn can norliav the urcctlv names as
they leaped from roof to roof, now do
vourini: the fair aud stately home of
wealth and refinement, then licking up
the last remnant of the cottage of the
poor here making dust and ashes of
the business houses of the city aim
there leaving scarcely the walls re
maining of the schools, aud the
churches. Throughout tho length and
breadth of the land, the wires click,
with Tearful distinctness, the continua
tion of the dreadful talc, aud there is
not a heart that docs not beat in sym
pathy for the fallen city and her deso
late people. The country mourns as
one person, and well it may. 'lens of
thousands of families are rendred house
less and homeless, deprived of food and
clothing, at the very outset of winter,
without
bhclter
pitiless
era lake
even the
between
breezes
s. Thee
sctnblanco of a
them and the
of the north-
numberless pco
pic. thrown out of the necessities of
life, and utterly without the power to
provide for (lionise! ves, present one of the
most pitiable aspects of the dreadful
situation. The disastrous cllects on the
general business interests of not only
our state but of the countryjit large it
is impossible to estimate. The vast
destruction of property, the interrup
'ion to labor, tho sudden stoppage to
commercial enterprises, arc misfortunes
that .vill be felt in every part of tho
country to a greater or less extent.
Tho buvniug of Chicago is a national
calamity, which will have passed into
history before its effect will cease to be
felt.
JL4I)IiAUS)L
COlt It L' I'TIO.V US KQ LTA L LKD.
HOW THE LOUISIANA I.KOIM.ATIT.K HAS
HE EN HUN Til HKISO or 010.VNT1C
MvisiiLKn.
(N. 0. Cor. C.n. ' irri.)
New Orlean, .Sept. 211. Tlio J.oui-iami
LegMaturo is j)er)ia., tho met eorrujit
IukU- tli.it cvi-r assembled on tho face of
the 'earth. It i no more trouble to buy
tlic r v..:.- than to buy spring eliickens ill
the Cincinnati market, lieing a den of
thieves thoy have not among them even
the honnor'tliat we are taught is custom
ary among thieves. Thoy tell tiieir votes
for money ur Hck in fmu swindling
contrivance, ia ns buisn.'ts-liku a manner
in a merchant would dispose of n
bolt of calico. A gunge of negroes will
get up a swindle, and they go into tho
market and buy legislative votes enough
to pii-s il. If tlio rogue are left n fair
margin af,r buying all tho votes necess-
nry, tliey go aliead with the "cnterprisoj
j but if the votes happen lo range higher
, than tho prospective policy to be realize J,
they drop il and get at Mimuthing else,
i In the Capitol lias been found a writen
! agreement of tomo seven members to suit
j their votes to tho Slaughterhouse swindl'i
I for from ll.'ty to threu thou-utul dolluis
' each. One p'oor tfuvil sold out fur thirty-
i Ave dollar; lio had just been elected, nnd
i was not up with the quotations, l.irn
there mi tho pr'uiline swindle, and thu
l"vee swindle, and the 'IJackboiio" rail
road ti iodic, nnd thu city ' hart".' swin
dhs and tlio r.'irniratina swindle, and Uu
Jul-I; Kin railr.mil twimlle, and I ho Nivoi
son pavemtnt swindle, and utile swindle",
as the iiuaiuncern ry, "too numeral's to
mention.''
The printing swindlo i downright
stealing, und fti-aling, too, from a people
trying lo waddle nlont! under lie'H'y j.t.
cuniurv etiibi.rriL.3in..rits. I.i tho nt tbri'it
year, In nddition lo thu thieve?, the peo
ple have had floods, drouths and tho cot
ion worm to contend with, to say nothing
of their impoverished condition" after thu
war.
The Legislature thouzht that thu loval
prim thiuilil bo loitered and mi it should
when done at tho expoio of tho ablo edi
tor. and pussi-d a law nuthort.ing the
'public lasts to be published in loyal a
par, and con.tituting tin- Oovtrnor,
Lieutetnnt Governor and Speaker of the
louo a board to iiiakc cmtraets.
I havo seen about a hundred of thcu
contract.' by which the pcoplo of Louis
iana havo been robbed. To thu credit of
Uov. YA armoth , let me say that ho 'efused
to sign tlio most of them" and the place
!... I... J l.t . t , , . ...
uiieiiueii jur ins nainu is uia'ii:, out car
ter und Dunn OVC-rulled him. mid llinv
being n majority of tlio "bjaid," eontlnue'd
10 tnuKe contracts.
And 1 have seen somo of tho sheets in
"in. o mo ihws woro puniisucu. j no one
odore mu u it fair specimen small, dlrtv
Udly arranged, old tvpe, thick ink, poor
....j...-in. unu cuucti ny a iaci;at. A
man could not read tho "law" in it if ho
mourn to m nc in. . .
These litth. noserags sprung up nil over
iiio.fttato, and published tho " Acts of tho
i.cgimiuure, lor winch they received
iroiu two to six iiiousand dollars each. II'
the paper hud but no naler and lie
mu .unor. Htm too ilrmiL- n r,.,. ... .I...I
it . m tuu no ditlerence, ho drew his pay fur
i I.V"Lvic'- " "b0l,la d,iZ(!,'t' '
Knd 4m .,lcluul,y rrlnlcJ ,i"r'' ln
v lr. ,(;"l"Vvr "tlio several lun.he
R ven UwI,1UV.,or,'''i b" I'-'.lll.ed, and
to Stuiul nti i I I ' r ""e ll
i i.ni. . ii - b """"-would
IKit ho
I. -n. .1 ... ." '
Trcu.urv f, , . . ,: . . .'rcw '"."'" t" Statu
l.... . ..f. , tu iiirio Iiiousand ilnl
Irsra mini. f... i .. . . Nl
re i I filing what nobudv
'I'lin ni.l if (1, .. . - - . ..
i,. .:. .;. "VwV.PnaunB " ''bout
.iu. uut uu, jiiicen lliousund dollars
masters PeKi or the ring
O. J. Dunn ought to bo ushatned of his
I'lmtiuK iimiracis oy wiiieii the Stain
ro heavily nwlml c.l. H'ncn Governor
Wiirnioti." refused to go '' tltfl'iV!r
. .. j ii -..... nl ml.i.li
il n lime tor jvunii '" '")' ' v" , . , "l"rl! ' mu "ftnlzoi.tie coln
i Letter oiild 1. uApcti'd of thu Lnrter, n )t. .Int. Tlio nttmlwr .if ntilmnl sniTerim:
ho Is n wli.tc mull mho n nifiiiuer ot tnc
LoirMnturc, but Dunn is nn ImcHltfcnt
color.-d gutitleiiinn and ought not lo havo
, . . ... .. ..k ,1.,. .mlh.ll.i t f .. I.
lent II. S iu iuu amim u. iiuill 11
c.intliiiiiHl hunkering lo by Governor, but
jotiiHwhiit dilTcreni eour.'c on his part
would increase thu cli.dices,
Ihmn holds fevenil oinees. I don't
knew now mtiv, but nmonc o'.hcr cimr-
mk'US duUet tlevolvim; tipi.n tlittn lie is n
mumburuf tliu Uoatdof l'olieo Coinniissio
tiers. As such lust month ho brought In a
bill ngnlnst tbe city fur one hundred utid
sixteen dollura "extra service." This
extra service Is a big thing, and bis bills
for that swells the amout of his revenue
eonidombly. But I think he ought to bo
enrctut nbout tliis snccml scrvico buiness
mid set tile c reedy whites nn cx.ttnplo of
in udence arid moderation, instead of fol
lowing In their footsteps and tnkingall tho
picking ho can get Ills hands on. He is
a negro, to bo euro, but no prejudice should
be harbored against him by tho people
of Louisiana on that nccount. lie cannot
licit) liis color.
Thcroistalk among tho Democrats of
titkintr Dunn uu and runnlnt: him for
Governor against tho Warmoth faction.
Hut 1 imii-'lno Hint his "nrintinir con-
tracli. " will be an Impediment thereto.
When a nin n goes aliead in depleting tlio
btulo Treasury, alter wnrmotii mis tiecii
scared into stopping: bo will bear watch
Ing.
CUItKENT NEWS-
Michael 1'helan, tho bllllardlst, died
on thu Stli aged tC.
The report that .Secretary Fish is to re-
tiro from the Cabinet after tho fall elec
tions is pronounced incorrect.
An Italian ma'onle lodge has been
established in San l-'runcisco called Sper-
anza Italian, or Italy's Hope.
iV Prussian shell was recently recov
ered from tho bcine, In Paris, which was
found to contain S'JCO In gold coin.
A farmer in Neodcsha county Kansas,
lust tho entire year's product of his farm
tlio other day by a prairie lire.
Texas nnpors estimate that ten or fif
teen thousand Germans Hlono will arrive
in thai stato tho comming autumn.
Too name of P. T. IJarnum is tho lust
name mentioned in connection with a radi
cal nomination fur the Presidency.
Prince liismnrek receives as many as
ono thousand letters daily from person'
whom ho docs not know at all. He has dc
claredjiis intention not to nnswernny more
letters of this discription.
Tho Lowell (.Mass) board of health
order thuir officers to kill the dogs belong
ing to famihe In which there is small pox
as tliey lonslujr tiiem a cause oi sprea
ding tho diseases in many instances.
Tlio Kustcrn Indliuia yearly meeting
of the Friends of Progress! (Spiritualists;
will begin at lliehinond on Friday, tho
27th Instant. Giles U Stcbbms, of Detroit,
will bo one or the principal speakers.
Tli Louisana Sugar Bowl publishes a
ftatcmen'. that 1,000 Chinamen have been
engaged by n largo planter in the sugar
growing district of that State, nnd nro ex
pected to arrive at an-early day.
The Savannah Morning A'ew gets off
this littlu joke : " Who saved the State?
Who Kept it stra'gir. .' -nw uon taiicupi
to dodi:e it. I, says Hen Hill. I-I cannot
tell a lie; I did it "with mv Utile Iilood
gett. "
Dr. Chroiiik, the eminent Jewish rab
bi, of Chicago, is organizing a new emigre
gation of lsraelitic, which will adopt the
JJerlin prnver-liook and ohorvo llie llrst
day of tlio week as the Sabbath, instead of
baturuav.
Warren Hti-sev, of Salt Lnko Citv,
brother of I'reston Hussey of Terre Haute,
is thu wealthiest man of hisngu in America.
Ho is thirty eight years old, is worth
l,0'J0,0;jn, and has m.idu it all himolf in
the banking butine-s.
Tim ltussian minitcr, Cata cassv, de
clares the whole story that ho has spoken
in infamous terms of tho president nnd
Secretary Fish and the hitter's respected
lady, or that ho ever put a low cstimrto
upon American character to be n false
hood. The Secretary of tho Tucnsurv has
directed tho Trea-urcr and itni-iaunt treas
urers to pay the November coupon rcbuto
interest to uctooer -'Otii. and an and alter
that d ito to pay intere-t due November
1st without rciialo.
LastSaturdav night the employes of
tlio Jc11crotivillc, iladison nnd Judiano-
polls Uullroail gave a banquet to Col.
Horace Scott, General Superintendent.
they presented him with a magnificent
gold watch and chain, appropriately in
scribed, costing ov.ir SLOOU.
A sen'atlonal story Is printed in New
York that tho Third Avenue Savings
Hank is insolvent, and has been in a rotten
condition for two year-. It is said tho
Stato Kxatnlncrs liavu reported the libili
lies of the bank f 1811,000 in exco of ass
els. 1 hero were 1:1, lol, -1GC pounds of
tol.aeo sold in tho seven warehouses in
Danville, Va., from Uetohcr 1, 1870, to
.September iiO, 1871, at an average of about
$rj III per 100 pounds. Also, about f.75,
000 pounds bought, privately, in thocoun-
try, ut an average of about $30 per 100
pounds.
Tho Owensboro, (Kentucky,) Monitor
says: "Two or three of our hirl'i-st distil.
lorici aru making preparations to resiimu
ojieraiious mr tnu season. in tills con
nection wo noto largo fchipmcnt. of tho
mm irom tins pomi to mariiut. Several
thou. and gallons wore shipped last week."
In tho Coneresional I'leelion of 'I'evns
llio net cams ot the Democrat over the
iteoflsii'. us far its heard from, is us
r..,, ........ .. .
iuuw: firtl il strict ot vn rnM.il .
O'l.-.. r........ ,.f I. , n.vn ,Ki. I
..m, ,,,,,, L-iiuiiiie.-, ijo.i : I llini
ot live counties, liUO; Fourth of twolvo
counties, lia ; for tho six districts, i!8l(, in-
un.ui.iii; mu uiuciion ot inn entire Demo
cratic delegation to Congress.
TUE CATTLE l'l.AOL'E IN UKKAT 11U1TAIN.
The London Ttltnranh of th I'M, .,1.
iys eltorially that there is no longer
much room for doubt that tho misfortune,
ot a doQcijiit harvest will bo an additional
uimsier to mo eutiie pinguo. The foot nod
oouiu .meases aro spreading among thu
horned stock of tho three kingdoms with
deplorable rapidity. Northamptonshire,
Cambridgeshire anil Huntingtonshiro uro
thu three Knglish counties that are nllected
and it is known with n aim. st absolute
certainty that the protcnt outbreak had
its origin In tho St. Joo murket. ,mi..
iimptonshlro reports this week that one
hundred and tliirtv-tlvo frosh fiimm
attacked, against eighty-two of lat week.
i ncro aro uii.ouo irilectcd in Cambridge-
unu j.ieesn.Tsniro senii words that tho
p't is spreading fast. 'Worcester an
noutjces that in thirteen districts them
hiivolo'ii onu thousand threo liunilri.il
and forty-uight animals stricken, anil out
'l that number only sixty-nino recovorod.
.nt.itir.i i implicated in tho michiuf,
wb eh lias spruad beyond ilowdon, so far
as nuriiiuniru, alllumgh llio tvpe appeiiis
milder In tho north To give" a clear idea
onu ravage, w need only uto reports
from ono dl.trlct. Ills that of I'reston,
whera down to Saturduy lastthu niiuil,ur of
cattlo attacked was four thousand elglc
hundred and fcvcnty-lnur Accord Ing to
otllclol returns tlio loot nnd mouth disenso
exlM In ovoniy.thrii. ttriti.-h countl s,
. j ,rn "'''"I.' '""M tlmn four ti,..u .ml eku
lit, t.tl r,.l !.... ... . tl , . . .... .
i m.wn Ml l'O,000, but tim tie't involves
slu-ep iiiul wln n well Horned slock,
i ntnl llio l.a U pr..i .i,v fnr cre.ilcr tlinii
...... . Wn ... . .1
1 l. irauj.icsuii tfl 'lilllv uu So IllanV
..inees nr.- com , tln.t r.iMiwip.iia.n..
hu. al-Ofp'Oiid rapidly Inland, and iii.nv
ouibfiaks have arisen from contact with
Inl- beasts imported into wfturn mirkels;
(..si i . which m,it attract attention, nn
other die-ise i now preval.m, ' pieuro
i ii-uiiinin." This deadly m.lady riii'n-
Ul.uui ii..i "I i.w I'.viJtt.i. iiuih iitturrvv
one counties in Encland and thlrtceiT''ln
Scotland. It Is doing a certain degree of
damage in irianu. anu aitcgetheriwo hun
dred centers of dlseaso aro reconcd with
probably four or five separato cases.
r.YEM'.OWS AND EYELASHK".
Tho long, arched, narrow eyebrow is tho
prettiest, as wo all know, but It l rare. It
would not be to rare, howover, If a Hitlo
more cure were taken In its cultivation
during enrlv youth. For instance, If n
child's cvob'rovvs should threaten to be
thin, brush then softly every night with a
little cocoanut oil, nnd they will gradually
become strong and full ; and, in order to
give them a curve, press them gently be
tween tho thumb and forefinger after every
ablution of the face or hand-. Simplo as
this may seem, I havo known tho most
wondrful oh"ects result from it. I have
scon girls with wide, draggling eyebrow
reduce thorn into nn arch-like shapo within
n venr. solely by theso means, ntld Stirol.V
all will allow that they aro pormis'able.
Then, again, as regards eyelashes every
mother knows that she has only to clip
her baby's cyelahcs while it sleeps, and
continue tho proces during Its childhood,
to render them as long and luxuriant ns a
Circaslnn'i. Yet how fow think of taking
this precaution, which, indeed, is as neces
sary ns cutting the hair, lor tuoso wno
stu'dy their daughters' beauty. Let ladles,
however, beware how they try they try the
experiment on their own lashes, for they
do not grow after a certain ago. I remem
ber n voung friend of mine who had re
ceived from nature ns rich tn eyelid fringe
as woman could have, and who, In her
voung wisdom, thought to mako it richer
still by clipping it. Sho did clip it, nnd
quite short. When next I saw her thete
was only atnicK, oarK stump round ner
eves, which stump has romnined ever
since, for the fringe never grew again.
Childhood is tho tiino for cropping, not
womanhood.
THE WOItK Dos.: ins;iie.
Ono of my friencs a very earnest, hrcwd
man who ecIllS to know "how to do tho
best thing at the right time. One day he
was passing a gin-shop in .Manchester,
Kngland, when no saw a drunken man
lyini: on tho Ground. Tho poor fellow had
evidently been turned out of doors when
nil his money was gone. In a moment
my friend hastend across tho strce.: and
eitering a grocer s shop, addressing the
master, said :
" ill you oblige me with the largest
sh?et of paper vou havo ':"
..,,!. . i I n .-.- .1 . . . - !
" ) mu, mv irienu : winu s wiu matter
"O, vou th'all see in a moment or two.
Please let it be the very largest sheet you
have.
The sheet of paper wns soon procured.
'Now will vou lend me a piece of chalk?"
said mv friend.
"Why, what are you going to do ?
"You" shall see "presently." Ho
then
quickly printed, in lnrgo letters :
"SPECIMEN or THE WORK DONE INSIDE."
He then fastened tho paper over the
drunken man, nnd retired n short distance.
In a fow moments several passers-by stop
ped and read aloud. "Specimen of the work
done Inside.''
In a very short time a crowd assemble!.
and the publican, hearing tho n.iis and
laughter out'ide, came out to seo what it
was sii about, llo eagerly hentuown at. l
read tho inscription on the paper, nnd
tron demanded in nn nngrv voice, "Who
did that?''
Which?'' asked my friend, who now
j'.iried tho crowd. "If vou mean what is
on tho paper, 1 did that; but il you meun
the man, vou did that! This "morning
when ho arose he was sober when ho
walked down this streut.on his way t"
work, ho was sober when he went " into
your gin-shop, ho was sober, and now he
s what vou made blip. Is it not a true
specimen of tho work done in'ide T'Jtev
Chales Oarrttt, in Jland of Jlope Herine.
M'ICIIiK. 1
I'roin ttip Mound Oil Journi11.)
A short time back murder appeared to
bu an epidemic in tills vicinity , now it ap
pears to bo suicide Conrad "Geisler was
an aged German wagon maker, who first
appeared in tins community about ten
years ago. Ho has pa-.cd most of his time
fine; in this city and Cairo. Ho came tin
from Cairo a few days since, appearing to
bo in quite bad health. Persons who passed
him on tlio street will remember an aged
mnr. who grunted constantly and ioudly.
Wo understand ho was sent' away, or ran
.tway from tho poor houso in Cairo when
hecamuup here la't. On Thursday, ho
went down to Frank Fnir'n whnrfboi.t and
wundered about there, uttraclint! but little
attention. Finally he was mii-sini:, and o.i
tho mitsiil" euard of the boat woro found
his hat and a woolen comforter ho woro
about ills neck. The natural conclusion
wiu that Im had ended his lift, by throw
ing hinisolf into tho river, and inasmuch
as ho ha not boon seen since, the conclu
sion must bo correct.
oci onr.it.
Siilnnin, ).'t liCftiiMlul to view
Morn. i nl mv lion. I ! thou dannent here
V. Ith mi.l mid f.nlcM leave. o Mrt
I'.iln Hiimnn-r'M ipnlnncliulv bier;
The inoiiiilii of thy whiiIn I licnr,
A the rul mmwt ii. r..ur,
And !i.im of iiirilo fluinU nppear,
Jhi.'iiring eveiy hp. tern Mar.
"I loot: to raiui'n nnd heboid
My life ilim ..inlileins ninll ng round.
In tiilCM . .'eritiixin ami of ko)i.
The )f-ji ' dead honn-s on Hi" ground,
And Khinj wuli Hikw ml., I f...,
Wliilit Uiur luw iilnioni murmur by,
lliitr inindi tlmirhwcfeiiv; .ore rmcnl
ilflilu nnd human dr.. ny.
".Mas rrTiin, nnd ppvh nnd Ca.n ?
Wlmt kIhqiii .ihout urttiiy t icytlina 1
I,ik eioiidn in ..iituinii's (iii.tv mr,
Tho burial k iui of Hie Kinnit.
Th dieiii that ciii'h hi''('..si.iv ent '
m-.'iiii buhfil in lines of KightYr iirii-V,
At In.t like HilliiTl'il leates nin-;ir,
Aii'llui' In dirkncHs mhIo yi.nl)."
I'AI.VTI.It.
MOOHK !i iMATUKWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAI1TTEES,
lleeorullve I'aporlmiicln-, iinlMonihi.
I"lf. nr.,
Poll.) In llio hlzlie.t .tjlnel tho sit, and n
rate llmt defy cuuipvtltion.
SHOP Iff I'ERKV IIOL'hK, collNEIl OK StII
HTIt r.ET AND CM M El'.CI A I. A V EN U K.
CAUL It. THOMAS,
I, prepared to Io all l.n.li of plain andoma-
IllPlltuI
PAINTING,
KALSOMIKIXd, l'Al'Klt HANOI N (5
HI ON W I. ill NO, K TO.,
At ti;iirck winch defy nil coinpttioii, and in the
liitjhesl ttyletf tliH paintpr'ii i.rl,
KHOF IN TIIlfT'KUltY HOUSK,
COUNEU oh COMMEllCIAI. AVENUE AND
E101IT1I nl'llEK T.
n: i:u t. Aiii:.viN.
J1ALL1DAY J3ROTILKKC5,
GEXBKAL AGISTS,
h'OHWAHDLN'G anu COMMISSION
.11 1: It C 11 A TN
DEALERS IK FLOUR;
And A ents of
Ohio Itlscr ami Kauauliii
SALT ICOMPAITIES"
70 Ohio Lkvkh,
CAIItO. IM.IN'.IS
ivhoi.usam: ('ux.'i:iis.
R. SMYTJl & CO.,
AVHOLK.SALK GP.OCKHS,
OHIO I. E V E E
' A I II O . I I. 1. I N O I X .
A'so, kf ei con(33tly on hand a motl com
plcle nlocl; uf
Xjicatroies-
hCoTCII AND HUSH WHISKIES
-O I NS,-
I'ort, jlndcria, Sherry and Catawla Wines
Pi.
f-JIVTII ro o (..xoiii.ivply f r ijKli.to
Hti.i-ti f.i- il.nv invito th -nH'Ul ati-n-
nun of i lui bargain -r.
Special attention ijnrn to l'ilhnp Orders
THE ONLY r.EMAM.E filTT ENTKItl'l'.I-E IN
THECOINTIIV'
$60,000
AI.i:.IlLE GIFTS
To be.iistrilu'td in
Ti. 3D. SliTE'S
l'.Jmt ItcRUhr Monthly
G 1 FT ENTERPRISE,
To In) drawn Monday, Not.27, 1(71,
Two (iriitid S'lipllnlH of h.,000 rnrhlu
iiri-cn nit UN.
Two prif , Sl.fifiO ; Kire priics J."yif)i Tn prlifs,
;iii, an in lircFniiacKn.
WJlOI.E NUMIIEK fAMI (1IFT, 1,000.
One Ho) on ami tint-
ay, uilh mrcr.hiU'J
harnrm. hoiIi C") OO
One tino I'.okmoo i I'iniio, w. r,!i W
Ten K'imdi Kew.ng ma"hin."',efteh worth v oj
r ivm neaiy eaicii i.oiu nun. 11; wai.TifH
anil hcavv fiold Chain-, worih each '. (Q
Ten La lies' fioln Kuntinit watches worth
rai'ii. iixuu
L.ht hiimlr.'il uoel anl i-llvi-r liner hunt-
mi; miucIiph (in alii worth Inim If) to
ttn.
Ladles' Hold L.-nminn Chain. Gent's nold Vest
clinins, nilwr-iil iicd eastorn. nolul Kilter nnd dnii
bp.iated n.lilu and Kmhooo'ii.. lo'y handleil
dinner kniven, .ilvrr-pli.ieil diiinr forhs, llver
vext enain", piioincrapn ainnm, neiifii iioiu
hreastplns. hhirt snuls and loeve bnttoti, fllijer
rinu-, no ui puis (silver extetisiou,) ele.
) iioiu niuno'r kiio, ""w. 1 leiifit niniieu to
(,(HIO.
Aitents wanted to seli 'l ichulslo whom liberal
premiums will ho paid,
fjirtlo tickfU II i nx tifki t-; iwelrc ticket 310
iwentr-lltK ! J)
Circulars conlalnini! a full lift of niii'S. a df
fierimion of the imimii'i of draw mi;, anil oilier In
fermalion in efereiii'" lo the ili.tnlintlon, will he
sent to any on ordermu them. Alll l"ti.T innn
lieaildre. ed to L. I. HINK, box f,
orrn r. i ineinnau, u.
1U1 Mt'tt Dill ft. l liimIJI
SlMtIN(3FIKLI) AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH KASTKItN It. It.
On and fpr Monday, April Sltli, 1H7I, trainswll
ruu ns lollows i
NoltrilllltN DIVISION.
TKtlM. 00 1 Ml MIUTIiriDT.
Mail.
Leave Viruuua i.: ID a. in
" HiiniiKtleld 0:4'l "
" Taylornlle -HUM "
Arrive at I'ana 11:10 m
TAJ1MU01NH NOHTIIWEIT.
Kxprons
Kxpresa
. p. in.
. s.tw "
. 4i'fl "
.. 6:17 "
Mall
Leav I'ana S:iH)n,m
Tn lorvillo 4:17 "
Arr v triprlimil',ld..,i;;t1 "
Lpiiv.) .SpsuiKllr d 11:2 "
Arrive ntVirBln a :'-'' "
....n.sso.m.
....COO
....CllO
,...BllS 1
KOUTlW.ltN DIVISION.
TnSINH lllll Ml HOl'TIIIUtlT.
I.eavo Kdeew.iod oMOa.iu 10:10 a.m
Flora fiil " 11:10 "
Arrive at iihawiieelnwii:i.Mp in 6:13 p. in
THAIS liUlNO MiailllllbT.
Leave MiawneHown fi: 1 1 a.m K.2p.m
nor .'m i;
Arrive nl IMifHwoo.l ti.'O 1 t:V) "
The6::vi a in irmu I'r.ini IMeewood, iuiim only
Monilav. WMhifK lmBiinil t iinay, anu niiia.m
iriim lioin K' iiwiip. town on Tuesdayi", IhnrK
llflVU flllil Hilt 111 M.
I'm- n. eti. ill Ahldand with JaekBOiivlMo division
of t'hiciino and Al'ou It llrosil. for J icknonville,
l'....ri.liorir. MaonC tv.ani nl on nla Hem.
At Knrincili'lil. u it la tMilpnL'D und Alton, ani
Toledo. Wiiljauli and Wi'ktern Itiilroad, lor
hloniNinijioii, Chloni., and all p'dats iiorlh,norlli
At r.ma with Ind nnd S. I.nuix. and IlliDoli.
tVntiKl Itiilroad tor all points cam, oiuh anu
oullenst
At IMirewood w th Cliienso I) vilon Illinois
rutr.'d itailrniid. , .
At Flora, uh Ohio aid Minamsippi Itailroail.
AlHlniw.ieptoMi with tp.itnlio tlx lor t'lncll).
all I'.i iuenli.t i ro unilHI I.oiim. ,
OH LAN SMITH r.en'IPiip't.
John I'oqjitt, Qea'l J'r'Kt and Tieuul Ax'l.
IN "N
HOI KI.N.
UltAWFOlU) nousi:,
COUNKU SI-XTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(i:t.ttanc on HiUh-.H.,)
r. J. i)atcjs, )
H.C. n.ly, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. II. Lolwlek, J
OAKKy, CAUV A CO. I'rohrlelor!-.
COMMKUUIAL 1AOTKL,
COMMERCIAL-A VENUE, OPPOSITE 1'. O.,
CAIF.O. ILLS.
josepii iiavliss, : : : : piiopuietoh.
Tiik Ilousr. is Nkwi.v I'i:itNisiir.n
And oRers to Dip public f1rt-cln neiotnmoda
tlnni. Ml rpi)oiifttiln ra). .
IIXUKIITAKICIIS.
NICHOLAS FLITH,
G E X E K A 1 1 UNDEK T A K EH,
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Cor. tVimlilngloii.il v. anil lllli-st.,
CAIIIO. ILLINOIS.
Sra2d.1in
AV. 0. CAKY,
PIU XC I PA L UNDEI'iTA K E It,
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SALKS ItOOM.No. 13.SIXT1I STI'.K
I'AlllO, ILLINOIS.
CIIIIUIMi STOVLS.
THE TWO
.Most SiK . f xslul, I'ojinlar mill I'l-iTeel
OOOKIITG-
MACIIINKS
'! il.f rT i ore our wi. n
--vsi
ASV
EPICURE KROILERS,
Ilothare of the bupi if.l notutrnelion, and 0
easily matured that we tj"."'n",t'e 'nl!"''
KXTIKE SATISFACTION.
ku nn aril fit lit il.. Imii.phnld has a urratpr in-
flilPiice ill proinotiiisnip lii'.ilih,,otn."ortand Imp
pine or tho .'.iiiulV cur'fi lliau the eookiii
toe, it s econniny I..H.-H ns polity to net the
wry ne-t ; ntei .n iiyiii no-
OHAItTLT. OAK
Vn.i run ri-le on L-PlllnL' tllOIHOSl MlPcessfill. p
tilar and peifi.'t cooami; to.' eier in.nle.
usins ino
Ki'icriti: iiitoii,i:ii.
Wi nro nlwnys mroof bavinK Juicy, Tendi r anil
Delicious lleeffitalif, Cli.eUni, llalii, t.'hops.ele.
fOLH II)
Excolsior Manufacturing Coiiiimny,
012 anil nil N. Main-st-.H!. l.oni", Jlo.
ANI) ALL LIVK BTOVK DLALKItM.
C. 1 IEND-rRSOX, Ajrent,
4'nlio, IIIImoIh,
M.i:.;iMlin0
I.MJIKJItANT TlfltllTS.
IMMIGJ'.AXT TICKETS
FOK SALK, ) Kor Sale ( FOJt SALK,
I h or Sale 1
FOK SALK.J b!o 1 FOR BALK.
Faro from Liveiu'ool,
Faro from Lokdcndeuhv
Faro from (Jlaboow,
Fare from Queenstown
TO OA 1110, i $18.20
Sallnrd, Morris A Ca
S'llt".
IXMAX LINE
Liverpool New.Vnilc ahd Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
vtivra contuact with imtkh TATt"sii nmiuii
oov. fisaii ri
Kiir;c.rrjlni?:ine Malm.
fou passaTTe tickets
on miTum iNrcir.HTios
APl'LY TO JOHN O. HALF, Acrr.
15 llroailwiiy, Now. York, orlo
II. IIoil)t ,
Wanhiuglon Aviiue, Cairo. Ulinola. 51
t-iHlflf,!
KIMIMA SIMILIHUS CTPAXTL I
ii'.i:i'ilUi;v.s
HOMEOPATHIC SJMJCIFIO
I I ,v" rroveil, fr,,i t, , t ,
1.1. 'em-.., n , enure iin.r. ,,. .'T.
I""""'; "lump. ruck in,, lie (,,,!.,
el..... ...r... n h. i , .oi,h" i, !
ile ihsi ini'liiltc. r-in ,,,, i (1 ( uv
so hiiri.il. i- i.i n fin f, , , ,,r
IIL-le ti.i in In ni ,nyp r. ' i 'i ' , 1 .
. I
e i thp ti umpsi ni M.npti.i i ai. r, . ,
i w S ren.ler m'i- t In i
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i n 1 111; . .1 1 jMpelliiiirl 1111.. ,i
lllri lioen, of eh 1 lieu and adult
I)y.entT.v, t!r pin.t, h lious eoLi
4'liolora-iiiori)us, Jinltlni:
4'liolern. colili), lir.nehiii ,
-eiir. I'ilu, toiilli.icliP. fsecnehe.
Ileixlnrliea. alpk lipvlaehe. pitjui,
hilt. ............. I .......1
SI 1 r ti.. 1. uu. i.tiuijb
..,.( i,ju firiiniFo iiprioi.s,.
"i.i itiieiiiii, i;riliflai., j;ruiitioii..
Il . (iflifl t.r..,. ....... . ..l'
IIIIPIIIII.IIlNl.t. rlinu,.. ..u,;..
- a ,,r ,1 uuumtr-.
IHI.i.. ..1....1 . -
llil III nn j, nnd aoro or
s 11 firm, neuin or eluotile. Inrinpiii'
a.ii,..:,. : .'"'."""" t"
aiiBiiiiurB 1 rr tini.niAAi) ii
..... .. ..i.rK.'i, im-nirc.l hparitn
"rnlnlii enla.iiPdKand, nwellnv
iifnil Del.lllty. nhvaical weal.
Jr ipsy and peanly See'retioni. ,
tt liliiey.Dlsens.., (irnvel .. , .
ArrtoilH l blllty, ,t,i.iiial tli
.n.I'v,rriliintarv il '"l.nrnen I
m .n.A.-i, whs cue 5J sial nl p
tery hp r..ars In periom cased
n.irf .sionlli, raulipr, 1'
1 run. i s st -ii it 11 ens. uett n hr l
i n. 1. .in t'lioim, w llii.i.i-iin
Ptl.l.l.rllllru. . . , i.t . ... 1.
i.in.;ii-..,r.i.iimii,.- vuinMan. I
iiij.iiii'riiin, , er I n.ro t .r
I'A.MII.t ( ,V'I
tir.'l.". lo (li) litru.. s lots, 111. iroeco
or rose tt. mil .iso, rollluillllic 11
.eellle lor vwry niiilliiiir' .IK
i'iioi-it luiiiily laHiiliJtrt lo, mill
l.o. .Its of .Mr.Tll. ins from j .i
Snnil.r liiinll iiii.l'I'ratt lliif- ,i ,.,
to kiniM . imni s-j I.
Sp oifi.. lor tx 1 I'rltlll.. llUeitses,
-itli f ir t'lirli.K ai I mr I'n-trii.
list' 'riaiiiin.t. .11 v a ui 1 ti !.
'"" H'JIsI
I'O.MiiS LM'KV. r 1
. iiiiiii.. i.riii.f'i,. i.'t, ,.,.n 4. s ...nr., VW
Koh, or of I'ip, iHirtiB, I i. i, .1 '1 H. res t
r.iee, o., 50 ct.; Pl .ts. tt (Hu'r.tt
j ...... , n,B(.r, in,, r 111 1, any I-
Itipcouhtrv, mill or t -p.-1, of d. 1
on rltii i in. 1 prit'p. A.l lr is
lll'Ml'llllhYa-SPLUHt.
HOMKUI'ATIIIC MLMClNLt
Olilce and Depot. No. 5 i I'roa Iway. Npvt T
KOIt HlLKIiY P. SCHtll.CMItU.l ...
niigtlMiPOMavily
SI'KCIAL NOTICKS.
hatch 1:1, oil's iiAin iivi:,
Thi siipprh Hair Dyo the tfj ts rut Wo
'lVrte. dr Ihirmlp.. i:eha,.p r nil Intlnni.
No tlisspnoin'iiiPiit. .".oKi'i;c - t'l mcr
lileanant 'hint. Thf mn'i w W A II.-.-h
lU'r Ino proliifpi IMMKDUTI.LY a ( :
lli-.k or nut 11 r -I lliowo. I jp n t fan
'k n. il ir.tpihe llai. 1 .pan, S f anl Lt
fi rtieonly Safp ir.d IVrfc t Dyr
) ! ) ' y all drni;i!nt. Kac'c y I II. ni'ir
NevrY' tk an2ldp ilw
OX M Alt HI AGE
Kifays f..r YounK Mpn, on jrrrit S'c: 1 I
an I A yups, whi' h imcrfere w ith Marr kp,
run ...o iapunps ot tliou-anis, w th
tnpar.s .f m.pf for tne K.-rnp tr. 1 I'nf f -iIiupji-iI
anl dtl.ditatr.1. Hirt in fp.lrl k
piisp. iprs, frp.i ot eharsp. AiMrPfr, IIOWA
AH-Oi I triO.S, No. -i S. N.n It s rept, l'i 1
Ili , I'a ..PlCdn '
CONSU-MITION. '
ITs(TI!K ANI) ITS lMtKVKSTI
HV Dlt. .1. II. SCIIENCK M I)
Miny a! um .n IrTin;' In lr.fr " rn
death ihfrui riooilicr ii ittthii) uri it
Dl kmmn utvt lnllptiittl.ti ur .cn r. - t
1 (Ht4t ifr nl ilrnr t ia- i r uf I t I
fimyXnH tttv tlrtnmte .uii, r l..t wiu Ii i ' J
they csitul jr mloHW j
ni:
VltllAT-llltNT.
tt 'iit mt-'l" Hi'. ltt-r uj 1 0
lir K(i .' k Ii 11 in 1
lit. iwn . i.r t 1 f' I
ftv. Ii hi iiiHlirIii(4 und
und Iii4ilct t. Ijrtti11
Uls iiiriinFl run ni .vi in 1 ui t it' 'f
In tin HutwiM-nt tli- n Is n .t i prctin
tuoim. T tnr luiiti at too 1' vitiM m uialv
tcirrefnutiin tlmt uu-' u tliautaint lime)'""
tittniiiiiHl l ItrtiiLf nnl Vib Mm njrkR. 'I.i.'
.1 .:. ..r.a lis Ik (..Hir.L . m-Mllti'l1
1 u minpio u 11 it unraimit. wi"! r
l.,'!,,n.P-. .w....n.t U
iimf.i.Jy M nvalliNl. T t lhinl ti caw '
rjiisumptloii iirlmul.T in ayi plf uml n tu)ci
timulir Uitonloftxi nrir. Willi itiU t-nridltl
tho Innf1c11l.1l tuhrii " nTniputhln! ' with t
vt tut) liter. Hero then c unm tho culiuliut J
tf-uit, iiimI t?io dc-ttlnn tn, wlin ull Its dUtrc
CUNSt;.1UTIOX.
...... .... ..in. ti... ii.it.i.iiiKn. K..ltMt. J
'rinv imi-- n 1 tho ljliHiiwMrililrii:. itltenit
1 fOWil lit Kil CUlUUILI. UUl. UtIIIKU VaUJIilVli (III J 4
"i.i:.vi: no hTi.vc ni:niNn."
Tlio work of euro Is now liPZlnnlne. Tho rll
.,. i,., ,iii,is.ii.,ii.tMi.li In iIih bun t-lfl ntnl In
.IlllllfllW.I uiiwi "iw .J..V..M. . ..u
h .. , miitni, 1111. 11 uniuM. iruui i.a lurii
llr. Tim M'.uiapli acts relinflTelr, bikI i)il
...llr.nl u.lr, ... fr.,,1 1 lll.t 111, l L'L.ttklll?. Ut la
A SL'I'PI.V Of (JOOI) UI.OOII.'
ni,r Unn.n.i.r.i1 Tnnlp. In p mtnnptlon with I '
rill., pennpaiei nnii iimnniiiiiieit wnn im, .
i....iiiiuiiii.ti li imi. iirnrijttltiu without lis l
vliiin tiirlures. lllire.lltiii lieuunies siinlca,i. i
tho euro Isi-eeii to liout le.nit. 'I licro I. no m"
tutulpoee, lei uaucvrbdtluii uf tin) HoB-acli.
upiietltonts In. .,.,
.N.iw conies tho preateftTllood I'urinprcvcrrL'
plvon lijri.n Iniliilitent father to MiUprli.it in "
hclienck's I'lilniiiiilo hyruprjincs In to wrl'
lis luntlliins iiiul to lia.lcn und rs.mpletn ,
cure. It enters ut onto iim Its work .Natna
i-in not ho cheated. II follcct linil rleetis
liup'ilre.1 unil iIIppiispiI ioitlons uf tun lui I
In Urn toriuof Kathprlum, It prepares them
. .............. ..., I... ,. .....v ..ii.rt .lllll, Oil.
nialiulr Is tiiiiiiulietl. tlio rotten tlirono tna
ticcui.le.1 l renovnteil anil nnulo new, anil
ullpiit.ln all tho UUiiltjr ur ri-uulneil vjifor.et
inrth tu enjoy tho luauhoud or wguiunhoou tin-
was
civr.N rr a?s lost.
T 10 SPC'infl tllinK I", llloraoPoi' mm w)
vrarni i.-mi i utll they, ml well , It Is iol
k.mIIIo to provent takliw c 11 when tho lu
ur.) tllKfiucJ, Imt It iuiim ho proven ed or n ,)
tan imt U) cnvcteil. I resli air unil r'tllnif t"'
ri.pecl.illy In this n otion uf tho country, in nn
fa I iiiul tt Inter hmuhii. .urn "H"'11,,,','1
flans who recointueiiil II.Ht.roiiro lose the Ir
. r
to. mi If I i,. r lines uro nuuiy iiukuiu. "" ; . '
:".. ..i... 'i.. .1... ....it... tiit-v mutt ii
r,V,ni,.cl.r.i;!iasfV.;ti.sthUMrei.
.,... u k niiuut tn r.
cet 1 1; n iimi circuii ..' .. ... -,'';.l
well. This has a ureal ileal to tin with tho af ,.x
tile, ntnl l. tut. ureal 1'"" lu ."'
i.i iii'Riiair 01 euro ....ui nivi. . "".":, ,
,,....11,11,1 v ii, il,,, wiirnt niin. unil moral '
taluty In all otliers. Is Hiiful. Ilr .'l' ""?'.,,,
niiiaUtateinent t ) tho 1 acuity uf lib own t)U
wit. Ill llioiu liiouen worui .,.-,
I. ....r. 11171. 1 U1I4 111 lllfl Mlt ftUKOf
l on'.iiiiiotluiii eoiillneil to my hetl. nml .....
IIIIIU IUJ J..! -IV ...... ,,...MM... .-. ",,..,,(,
u weeai ineii.iiKu ti t.rim.iiiiK imm v"Y".r
' t i... ...I ... im.i .ii.iniiii..i t in nrr earutl
r . . . '. ' .' ... ... .1 .11. ..n.l llll.ff 111
11 iiorfett euro or tno. It nocmea in mu in.
'..,., ,.,.... mln.1.. 1,1V nlllllO ytl ,
'flier soon ripened thu matter In my JunfJ. ' 1
1 woo d Hilt up moio lliau it P"ii , ,, ,i ,,n
. ..11., ..,..., .....rniiitf fur a toni; time
J'V" "'"""'.'..".V". " ":., ,.i,i. tnrcnu
fever. pulni, ami mailt aweius 11 f '! V,V 1
w'McuWi'uuUc
niucli. 1 Boon uniiicn my nimu"., -- -.,
crown In tleh ever Klnce.
fcI was woluheil Phorlly nfier mT,'?'
.i,,,i .1... ii,?,. i. ..ihi.if luiik nir I ko II 10
nkelpioiii my wcliiht was only n I nt-t r -T 1 1
V"..iiilI my preaei.t wolcht Is l"'1 '"I'fe' ,
iwenty-livoiJii) iiiunil,iiinl for yean I havo
lir. Pt-'IIPIII-I. una uisv-.i,.iiiiiii-. .1111
visits to NoiT.Vork unil lloaton. llo or his I""
Dr. .1. II. Schenclt, Jr., itlll ronthnip tp tea
In,,., ill llinlrnlllpn. Nil. 13 Ninth rtlnlll ftr "
I'hlUJelpliia.nvcry Miiurnay mnii'i.; .i"-
'J'huM. who wish u tlniroouli xaiii(iiui. n j I
Iiiiiii., and iMtlvnts tan readily learn wheljl,.
llll'J UlltVUIMUIVUI . . . -JUI. il
.. .......i ... ti .i..niiiitnii vin ni il chlliL r
low these illroctlt.na.uiM klnil Natur.1 w III .lo, ,;
I'llli aro to lio token hi liicrea.ml tlosesj
.1...... ...... niiu.i. iiftHi no other iiecouiiunlnir
than tho iiiuplo liistrurtloiis thai . uuiuiifitt;
,....,iii. i,,iiimi- I. llio inosl wolromi. STinnti
Wliei.'lt oiiiiie", in II will come, let tho tleip ,
l iit i.i .mi " w ". p,"";. ...w. ....... .....
(nil. ut j, tlio roiiuh Ioiuiciis, the nliiht sweat
iiti.ilinl, In ii Ph. nt limit l.uth of llano luoi:
i-iiiipionii. an. uono forever.
I ti. si'lii'iifli'M iipiIIpIiip4 nn, piinKlnntlrkp.
ten or tlioui.init of fauilllps, As u liixutiv.
i,iirntlvii.ttio.Miinilrlll.u I'lltsiirouiit.initnril i
paralioui whllu the I'liliiK.nia S)liii, us hi
of eonulis und cuhls, m.iy hu nvunled us 11
Iiiiyiiit.k.iu iijiuuic. mu. uiiij iiuii in iiny ui
uriiis . .
I'llo rf tli" I'lihnonlo Syrup and Fca.w
Tonic, l liiilllo, or ir 7.4tlii half iloien. .M
tlrako l'lllii.Sf.coiitsu hux, furuali) byullui
itmiaoc.iU'r!.

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