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FRIDAY. JUNK 10, 1871
omelnl rafter of theCHr ""it Count?
JOUN H. OUKKL.Y. Kditor nd I'Pbllshor
TKUM8 Or TlinTuTtLY 1UILLRTIN
One wtefc.by carrier
U year try carrier, in nlvaute 10 00
One yew by cmlor not paid In
advance 2 00
t)na month, by mail 100
fkne Bonthf 8 00
Blx months. M
One year 10 00
TtSUfl Or WEKKLT DULLSTIK.
One Year ?1 00
Six Month "&
Three Months W
InTarlabty In advance.
Kyutfaff matter on vvrry '.
The Indianapolis 'Journal assorts
that Senator Morton "is too good a re
publican and too shrowd a politician to
ongago in the nonsence of forming a
Uen llUTLKii wortcdU) get Sena
tor Varpeater' "a-B " hft l"
house. His failuro excited him to
deep wrath, but from the temper or a
majority of the representatives, his rago
will effect nothing.
Cannon, tho polygamic, will not
bo oxcluded from congies?, but the
oomtnitteo on elections havo roported
a bill prohibiting the electiou of biga
mists or polygamiatH from territories
to concress noroaftcr. Cannon will
quietly enjoy his scat tho remainder of
Tho death of Sir Charles Fox, the
solebratod civil cnginocr is announced.
Tho drawings for tho Crystal l'alacc in
1851, wcro made by the deccasod. He
labored eighteen hours a day for fov
cral wocks, upon tho plnus. On tho
completion of tho palace, he was
Tue report of tho district investiga
ting committco has boon HUbmittcd to
congress, with a recommendation for a
bill to abolish tho district board and
establish a temporary government until
congress can provide for a permanent
one. Tho bill will be passed by con
gress immediately and the commission
ers appointed by tho president without
The choice of a candidate for gov
ernor is tho aoxciting- ques
tion in Tenncssoo. Tho Memphis
'Avalancho' wants no oandidato taken
from tha oouits or tho bcneii "Dccaujc
judges nro educated for another forum,
and tho people cannot willingly chauge
thoir opinion that when judges have
political aspirations they arc really un
lit for any public honors of trust."
Tho Avalanco' is correot.
DllTHElUA is epidemic in New
York city. Over five hundred deaths
from this discaso have taken place
einco tho beginning of the year. Its
prevalence and fatality are attributed
to the fact that the peoplo of the city
are and havo been eating decayod fish,
tho germs of which origiuato diptheria.
Thirty tonB of putrifying lish were
thrown out from the fish markets of
tho city in one nV. M fish ukau
into tho markets are diseased except
The Shawncotown nil.) 'Gazette'
anuouuees that Samuel S. Marshall
"will retire from public life at the
oloso of his congressional term. Also,
that John M. Crobs, ex-M. C, will
not boo candidate." Uoth these gen
tlemen aro in the Nineteenth Illinois
district, both nro demoorats, and both
aro killed by the salary grab. Mom
Tho 'Avalancho' docs an injustice to
Mr. Crcbs in taying that ho was killed
off by tho salary grab. Ho persistently
TOtcd against the bill, and immediately
on tho receipt of his baok pay, re
turned it to tho treasury department.
LORD CHATHAM'S OKATOKV.
It was in 17150, Cvo yoars before the
Tall of Walpolo, that tho voice of the
great Commoner," heard lor the first
tiino within the walls of Parliament in
which he had sat sileut for a session
elicited the we Uown remark of tho
great ministers, "Wo must muztU that
icrnuio corneioi norso. Jle was rather
uumuzzlcd than muzzled by biting de
prived of his eoruotcy iu tho blues; for
all membors of either eurvico (like tho
buhopa within living mcmory)wero pre
cnptiveW bound to vote with thomiu.
Utm When, in a preceding rclun
several persons holding commio
from tUo crovm had KOt ou, :.. .'
vision against tho court, a sec tarv , 'f
state. Lord Middletnn of
. J .i Jwn in
the bar to roproaoh thorn a they came
in, and thug addressed & Cnnt ir i.. i
whowasonoof them: "Sir, havo you
" uul' orso in inn maiestv's
V- . , ,uru' ,JUl my urother
died Ust night and left mo 700 a
lul' . ,C,'ltmA8 oWllct was aamir
My drawn by Qrattan, who say, of his
eHuenoo that it was an cra in 10 b",
ate; tha it resemb c,l bometi,n"
the thunder and sometimes the h,Uhio
of tho spheres. J tidging by it vvlil'
or nooording to tho nction-oetio,, "
Uon theory ; he must bo deemed the
KreaWst oflilgliBh oratonii No
overcame near him in the sway which
fce eiorcised over his audience, whilst
tho spell of his voice, his eye, his tones,
his gosturos, was upon them ; ns
when ho fixed upon Mr.
Grclivillo tho appellation ol 'Tho Hon
tie Shophord,' or struck terror into the
Chiof Justico of Chester. It is related
that once, in tho house of commons, he
ho began a speech with the words, "Su
gar, Mr. Speaker" and then ob
serving nsmilo to pervade the audience,
ho paused looked fiercely around, and
with a loud voice, rising in its notes
nnd swelling into a vehement anger, he
pronounced again tho word "Sugar 1"
three times, and having thus quelled
the house, and extinguished every ap
pearance of lovitv of laughter, turned
round and disdainfully asked, "Who
will laugh at sugar now?'' Sovoral
other instances arc well known. It
was his perfect action that carried him
through; without it, some of his most
applauded bursts would have been fail
ures. No one clso could have haz
arded tho apostrophe to tho tapestried
figure of Lord Howard, of Effingham,
with its overtrained application to tho
argumont: "I invoko tho genius of the
constitution. From the tapestry that
adorns theso walls, tho immortal ances
tor of this noblo lord frowns with in
dignation at tho disgraco of his country.
In vain did ho defend the liberty and
established the religion of Hritain,
worso than Popish orucltios and inquis
itorial practices nrc endured among
us." Tho crutch iu his bands became
au instrument of oratory, and ho would,
with equal effect, havo idealicd tho
dagger which Hurko flung on the floor
of the house, producing nothing but a
smothcrod laugh and a joke from Mier
idan: ''Tho gcntlcmau hat, brought us
the knife, but where is the fork?"
Chatham shono and improved by bold
noes vehemence, intensity, dignity, and
grace. His imagination was not of
the richest order. Thcro is only one
really Gno and original image among
the splendid fragments that have been
prof-crve of him: America, if she falls,
will fall liko the strong man : she will
embrace the pillars of the state, and
pull down the coustilutiou with her."
"Is this your boasted peace
to sheathe the sword not
in its scabbord, but in tho
bowels of your country men!'' Ho
relied ns much as Danton on l'audaco,
as when he said: "I rejoice that
Amorica has resisted;" or (stronger
still,) "I hoposomo dreadful calamity
will befall tho country that will open
tho eyes of the king." On being
called to ordcrho went on, "What 1 havo
spoken I havo spoken conditionally,
and 1 now retract the condition; 1
speak it absolutely, and I hope that
sonic signal calamity will befall the
country." Ho bore down all by his In
tensity, roitcrating blows upon tin an
vil. "I Fay we must necessarily undo
these violent oppressive nets. They
must bo repealed. You will repeal
them. I pledgo myself for it that you
will in tho end repeal them. I stake
my reputation on it. 1 will consent to
bo taken for nn idiot if they arc not
finally repealed. Avoid then, this hu
jnilating. dcradiug ucccssitv. Abra-
John Rollins, who was at one time a
clown in John Robinson's show, was
celebrated for his ready wit and quick
repartee, and, in answer to a question
whether he was ever nt a loss when in
the ring to reply to any remark made
by spectators said:
"Never but once, nnd that was when
our company were exhibiting at War
reuton, in Fauquier county. It was
part of my rolo to play a drunken man.
I came into the ring as usual in full
clown's costumo, with a bottlo of
whisky iu my hand, and while acting
the various characters of iutoxicatiou
I noticed an old fellow standing near
the rope winch enclosed the ring, occa
eionally winking and nodding at mo, as
inuci . to tay 'it convenient please
pass the bottle around this way . His
greasy black cloth suit, high
crowned hat, slightly smashed
in gold-headed cano and red nose, told
who ho was. He had evidently fceen
better days, but was a fine illustration
of a broken-down Virginia gentleman,
whose decline could bo trannd in nti
o'er fondness of looking upon tho wine
when it is red. Passim: around the
rinL'. I stonned immtidiiitnk- in frnnt
of the fellow, and extending tho bottlo,
asked him to drink. With one hand
ho took tho big eud of tobacco out of
his mouth, throwing it ou the ground,
his looks exhibiting a desire for a
strong pull at the bottle, whilo his
smiling countenance plaiuly told the
itucnso satisiaotiou lie enjoyed in an
ticipation of so soon SatisfvillL' his nn.
potito, whon just os ho reached
to tako tho bottle. I tmMnnlv
jerked it back, and, placinu mv
thumb to mv nose, witrirlod mv fi
at him. The old follow threw hiniKoir
back on his dignity with an nir of
offended pride, straightened himsnlf nn
and in a tono of anger, mingled with'
moruncaiiou, saiu :
'"Sir, as an old Virginia gentleman,
you through courtesy, and not that 1
juui Mmaiwj, jou imoruai spotted-coat
sou of a gun.'
"I was so taken back by the old
Virginian's Inuguago und manner, and
the yells of laughter from tho specta-
iu which louowcu, that 1 didn't do
any more good that day. After mak-
ini: two Or thrun vnSn nffnrtM
ceod with my part of tho porfornmnco, j
uy , uuiupicioiy vanquished by
old Virgium courtesy." J
RAILWAY PONTOON HRIDUI'S.
J ho construction ,f ,l10 jlout00n
bridge at McOregor, Iowa, il0,ORl, t10
MiBBiHsippi river, by tho Milwaukee
and St. Paul ruilway, is likely to bo
tha first of a tiories of bridges of that
kind to bo hereafter built noross that
and other navagublo rivers. This
bridgci consists of ordinary piling built
into tho river from both banks, lr
enough ti leave u space between the
ends oi thu piling of about -100 feet, A
bout is built which fills up thin epaco,
and so attached lu tho piling that ono
end can be unfastoned at any time, anil
whilo tho other end is last, it swings
around in tho stream, nnd
leaves a clear passage for
tho river steamers. Tho pontoon
is drawn baok to placo by machinery
in tho spaco of thrco minutes. Tho
piling nnd tho pontoon arc covered
with railroad tracks, with an arrange
ment for blockiug up the traoks on
each piling whero they meet tho tracks
on tho pontoon to uccommedato the
height of tho piling, with tho rise and
fall of the river. This pontoon can bo
swung back into placo almost ns quick
ns ony draw ou other bridges across
tho Mississippi river. Tho cost of
such n bridgo is less than one-tenth
that of nnyonc of the bridges at Quin
cy, Rock Island, and Clinton, and so
admirably docs its wotk
that it is thought by experts
that all future bridges across
such rivers as the .Mississippi and the
Ohio will be of a pontoon class. Con
press h is recently passed a bill allow
ing a pontoon bridge to bo built nt
Clinton. If tho Chicago, Hurliogton
nnd Quincy should now build such a
bridgo, it would settle tho controversy
between that company nnd tho .North
western, much to tho hitter's disadvan
tage, for with a pontoon bridgo, cost
ing only Slf0.000, tho Rurliugtou
-3 ,Atl.l m(T4 (raHoAjroamnnrubii
the river at lcis than tho third the
bridgo tolls charged at Clinton, I)u
buquo, and other similar points, and
tho possibility of tho Burlington and
Quincy railroad building such a bridgo
is altogether n probability.
THK SlTl'ATION IN FRANl'K.
N'ew York Herald.
The politioal situation iu Franco is
a scries of lightning flashes. Distur
bance iu tho assembly, acrimonious
debates, mobs at tho Versalics railway
station, a Huunpartist partisan com
mitting a personal assault on (iambctta
in the hopes of forcing upon him a
duel, n lending republican challenging
Cassagnac, and Cassaguac replying
that he is not only willing to fight, but
that he has nine editors on his staff
quite as willing ; armed troops at the
railway to protect deputies, the govern
ment suppressing republican nnd im
perial newspapers alike, nnd n voto of
censuro defeated by an ominous minor
ity. This, in brief, is what we sec iu
France to-day. What to-morrow?
This no one' ean'tell, or even venture
to predict. Disraeli once said that it is
the unexpected that always happens.
This is essentially true of France.
Events seem to drift in n wild, muddy,
surging current towards tho F.nipirc.
The brutality of the Ronapartiats, who
seem disposed to force by a mob
roup d'cUit like what was
made by nn army in 1S51, shows
how strong their loaders regard their
cause. At tho same time it shows the
inherent weakness of the system, and
disposes the world to think more aud
moro that imperialism in Franco is
only another name for ruffianism.
It will be noted that since tho ad
vent of the republic Franco has been
singularly peaceful. Tho first distur
u,r o.nne iron. iUilBu,-x f t!,0
Dourbonists. I ho second xomcs Irom
the violence of the Ronapartists. If
MacMahon is wise and brave enough to
proclaim the republic ho will ensure
peace. Rut as yet we see no sign.
A KENTUCKY ORATION.
Dick Lucas, candidate for jailer at
Rowling Urccn, recently made tho fol
lowing appeal in a speech :
Fellow Citizens Whero aro ray
oppononts ? Why, gentlemen, they are
nowhere. 1 feel myrelf as much above
my opponents as a possum in a per
simmon tree does above tho ground ho
crawls ou. I call on you in the name
of the nhaggy-hcaded lion which
whipped tho American eaglo ; I call on
you in the name of the peacock of lib
crty, which Hewed over tho Rocky
mountings to coino to my rescue.
Lome on Monday next and promoto
lict to the olhco to which he per
spires. Wheu you shall havo been
dead, and the grcon briers shall havo
entwined themselves around your
gravep, then will your sons como to mo
aud 6ay,Lick,somo years ago ourfath
ers voted for you for tho olhco of the
jailcrship of Warren county; then will
1 say, Itoll on thou silver moon, 1 will
bo with thee till the last day in tho
AU4A.M71UIVS Uf AU&H
Wo made a statement that advertise
ments arc vory generally read. If any
ouo of a practical turn of mind desiros
to test tho acouracy of such a statement
aud at tho same time learn the effect of
advertising on business, lot him ndver-
tiso iu two lines in tho most obscuro
part of some paper that ho wants to
buy a dog. 11 ho does not want tho
visitation this will bring him, let him
insert u lino in the midst of a batch of
other udvertisoinciits, that ho will no
longer pay his wife's bills, and then go
about among his acquaintances and
obsorvo if there is anything peculiar iu
their manner that would seem to mdi
cute that they had read tho notice.
FINE MJ.IjLIN.E11Y GOODS
M R.S . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swiimtorn,)
announcos tlmt hIio has just; opened u hrj;
assortment ot tlio
M03T FASHION A ULK,
MIIMnory (ino.i, toim touim m t110 markot
alio will Li pp on liunil hB'
llATi, ItilNN KTS, l'LOWKUH, KuniOKH,
DllKSrt TltlMMINOH OK A J.I. KlNDS,
Ljaiuks. 1-UHNiHiiiHii Ooniw, Notions
COU.AH'. , Uniikuhi.kkvks.I'.uvkh, '
l wh hi0""!!1 "' ""."'"ry Mores, all
lh,,',,rlll,'u)L.,ll"1M,"',. "' 1,10 lwM
iimi irii:i'N, Mrn Jackson rtMicriflillv
jtiUu cominimtioi, of tho tuuion im. w 'h
thu la.hc- ol Culm and tlio Icliiitv. '
ATrOHNEY & fjJUNSELOU AT LAW
Olliko Over Flrl National Hunk. n-ia-3m
John II. Mulkey. ! William C. Jlttlkry.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllcc KlKhthsllccl. between troiiiniei.
rl.il nnd WikIiIii'.Ioii nn linos. Ml If.
GREEN, & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (ir.hi. ) .......
William II. UllK'lt, UAIKO,I-l.
Miles F. Ullbcit, j
jlT.xpei Ul atlcnlloii t?lcn to Adm-.ill
nml Sli ainboat bus'lncs.
Oillco ; Ohio l.cvce, Kaom 7 and over
City N.itlonal ll.mk.
IN ALL - ITS BRANCHES,
DR- DAVID PARKINSON,
1 lavlliir locitcd lu Cairo, cot rlH I lie u1
rona.'o ol tlsiM- dilrinif Ikital Work.
Having Im'i'II f cr Iwi'iitv years nirci -.liill)
rniim-d In tli -tildvand pnit ilci of liciill
try, in all Hi - ,tt Ion- bran lif,ln IVi i Jutl
Hi 'd In i-a) ihk' that lull satislai'tim will In
Bhen. All W.i 1 1. V AUIt V.VTKII Miilslnrlor)-
Korciciio, Diploma- and 'reMlinonlal
freely oxi.iiill"d wliru dflred. Ir. l'ark
in'ou Is p'. -p;icd to maSf
com) axd .su,vi:n im.atk,
i:X;i.lSII AX I) AMIMUtJAN 1M,A
TINA, AM) Ci:i,M'l.()II) lt.VSi:
to iiioupi nrliilcl.-il ti'ith on: iiiaklM' a llm-Mlti-tltnt
wii'li Nature fall. KX't'KAL T
IN I J mill l'Ll CdlNH iloiH' lu. -i workman
liku m .unci' old n -i ing tho lcrth for III.'.
Cliai.- irai.on.iblo. Kxlractlii' r,0 rruL-,
Silver li i r - ro cciiIk.
(Mlllce ii. in In V. (I. Crry't Hiiililiiiir,
Cortii-rS' l'i lrit anil (.'ointiicrelal aM-uiii'
trS'Kiiirim oa SlMh street.
I.S i-ltM u.
R. SMYTH & CO.
LiQUOK I) K A li 11 S
No. (!0 Ohio Levee,
B. F. PARKER,
(.Successor to I'arker .V Hlake.)
Dealer I n
PAINTS & OILS
And ihe eclel ated llhuninatlnj;
Hrois' lkildlni;, 1 t Ht.iV (Jomorcial A v.
Boot & Shoe
ISciwcce Tent) ind Klevculh Streets
I- lu-t'iiaredt'i 1! order without iiolay.
lie I. as a ttne ilocl of lniixrtcd leather on
hand, ju-trecrlved'roui ,NoVcrk, and hat
iut down theprlci to tie. loweft noteh.
C. H. VHEELER,
ii: i.kii ix
WOOD AND OOAL
oeVlCU A.l) YAltD,
10lh St. H. Vi'ishington& Commercial Ave.
A larpu Mipply of 'ItLshurK and UIk
Muddy eoal uoiiDtnntl) on hand, Stove
wood iiftvsuij to order, unlrrn lor eeul oi
wood kbonid ho loft Ht tl olhco on Tenth
troct, I crini, euh on illvery.
K. MAXWJ3LL & CO.,
Maiufacturerii and Doalerii In
MACHINE & UURNIG OILS
Al-o AcentH lor the
No. 71!Vlorth Maine Street,:
J)R, W. ULAUW
iJuilur liiieh (upBtftirti) corner bib rilro
'i VaBlilii;toii Avonuii,
U 31-H OAIUD, 1LI.INOKS,
' " ' ' i j-i i in ii i
Z. I). MfttiilUs K. (j. UhV
MATHUSS & UHL,
Forwarding & Ocneral
h'LOUll, (,'HAIN, HAY AND
Ohio Lkvkk, - Caiiio. I i.i.s
Wood Ritttiiiliouso & Brotlit'.r
AN 1 1
Uknkuai. Commission Mkiiciiant,
l!Jli Ohio Lovco, Cairo.
II .AtKHM. rC. .1. AY Kit
AYKItS & CO.,
FLO U R
QENEKAL COMMISSION MKItOllAN T?
Nn. 7R IiWVRii.OiiinUAino, Tt.tj".
J. M. PHILLIPS,
I'rcprciiareil to forward nil kinds ol
Freight to nil points.
dTlliulne attended to promptly.
II. A. TIiouim p. Tlimn
TIIOUS & IJKOTHKK,
Suci-efm to II. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HKOK EHS
AND UKlI.Rllfl IN
NtAil il I'nucjr Jrior Ira,
Korelgn nd Domestic
1UI Commnrelal Avenue,
(IAIKO. - . ILLINOIS.
And Dealer in
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
rSTl will ell in ear load lots at inanulae.
Hirers lule-. adding frelhl.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &. SON.
'Sumor to.lohn II. riillh,)
FORWARD JNG MERCHANTS,
.MICAL, I5HAN, Ac.
Agents for Laflin & Iland Powder Comj-any.
t.dlJ. TUXTII ST..; oiiioi.i.'vw:,
STRATTON & BIRD
AgentH American Powder Company,
r,r oiro t.KVKi:. CAtno.
MILLER & PARKER,
I'LOL'U, COUN, OATH, II A V, Ac.
Agents for I'airhank'H Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
Corner of bill Street and Washington Avr.
N. It. Tlilbtlewood. 1'. .J. TliMlewood
Flour, Corn, (Jain, Hay, kc.
No. t onio u:vi:i:,
COFl'UY, HA1MISON & CO.,
(SuacexsorH to U. Hunr&.Bon.)
yi.OIIH,MKAIN ANI HAT.
No (13 Ohio I.ovuo, (JAIKO, ILLH
Il l's Mil
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, I'atcnl Icdioincs, IVrfunwry, Soaps, ltrushoa,
Tuilctt Arliolcs, JJruist's Fniicy Ciouds, Collier AVhite
Load and Other Grades, J'aints,' Colors, Oils, A'arnialic,
Window Glass, "Wax Flower .Material, Trbe Colore, Dw
StullV, Ktc, Kte., lite.
We Hollell corrcpondmieo nnd order-. Irom DriiKxIiitj., I'll vxlrlarm hihI (Ii nr rnl -Storo
n waiitof ( lood, In our l.lno. Steatnl.oat. Hitiutloo .-md Kaniily Mtdlelnu cns.' lurii.
l-lied or Kelllled with Reliable l)ruj; at Uea-onahle Ihitci.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & I'REMJRIl'TION,
71 Ohio I.OI-C. Wa!iiti;;loii Arc. rnr. l'.lgMh St.
tihi l'rojiriclcr of the M. Nicholas lintel)
Ilns lircoiuc Supcrint nilcnt nl Ihe
CORN 1511 SLXTll STK13KT AND OHIO LEVEK.
.Mr. Walker having taken charge "f thi" ohl ami wi-ll.kuoun Iioum', will at
onrc ivo it n lliurouli renovatiiij;, and put it in linU-oIas nnler for the recep
tion liiu-dtH. .Mr. Walker will weleumu liix old L-ustrniiorH to lln m-- Ihoii- ;im!
will always he lail toi-cc them.
First-class Day Uoard 20 per Monili.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
50 Ohio Levee -
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The 1 Maiiicr'fl House is located (in Ohio Lorco .Street in
CLOSE 1 R0XIM1TY
POTS A3STD STEAMJ50T LAA DINGS
Ami in the Center of the HusineMH Portion of the City. Tho Hoiifo is new
ami complete in nil its apjioin tinontH. Thu rooms, nro laru nnd airy, IiomHoh
heini; uleirantly furniHhed and eariietcil. (!uets will receivo coiirleoitH ticat
lueut nnd the hest of accommodations.
Transient Guests 2 pur .Day.
A TrustyWatch for Trains
U.W. i;UNMNU, 61. IK
ltl-NIDItNiilt.eiirnrr Nlnlli and Wiilnut
trmiU. (lllluii- -eurilpl' HI x III win' (it and
lil.o lovuu. OIIIcii lidUiH-lniiti li u. in., t
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) m i) )
i I Ol 1
O P P
W Ml Ui
& 'A X
( n ai
m, mid ll i. in
i1 ii vi mi,
H OTE L
- CAIRO. ILLS
TO UA1LUOAI) DE
Day JoanlorsS20 per Alonlli.
and Boats Day and Night.
J)H. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for tho Lungs
THK (IltKAT AMHHUIAN UON
UUM 1'TlVJi JtK.MKDV
Conuuiitlon Ik NOTnuluciiralilodUoiiii,
l'liyil jians aiDiiro tmlliin lact. It in only
iieuurHur to Imvo tlio lEIfjIit itemudy, mid
the lerrifilu malady can Ou eonimt-red,
Hall's Balsfim Is this Remedy.
It IjITHKH UP tllO Ill'-Ilt HWOatii.TOllllVOB till!
opprehiilvu tlKhtncNH acroHB tlio Iuiich, unit
liuul-t tliu lareuruted and oxcoiiutod mrl'aeeii
wiiii u uioenom ol tliu dlsoaho iirodueen.
whim: lu l lasts thkki: is iiopi:
it may notlir. too Into to eiioct a euro even
alter tlio doc lorn liavu givon )ou up
llall'd IUUkui In told ovorywliero, mid
may im liud at wliolomlo ot tliu rroiu lutuhs
loliu K. llunry. Cur ran ,s Co,, nt tlielr
(liuat .Mmllcmo Wiirclioii!,o, 8 nnd it Colk-i'o
I'j-ieo, Now Vorl;. I'rit-e IjSl j.cr buttle. h
Hall llalnam I-t ulxu n Mini icine.ly (or
inK CoiiKli. amlallotlier dUcab.-u of tlio roV
Aha i l'loiuiplori. oi m-ovIII'h lllood und
Mve r Hyriii,Uarlolli! Hulvo.Kduy'x 'l'roehn
OXH'ouatcd IJlttc-rh, .Mott'o l.lverl'llli. Au
MIIN l IIICNKV, CIltltAN ,t (( ,
UaudtiCullrKurittce, Nuiv Vork,