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. M.tHRLT, . . MATT.
CAIRO CITY B11UET, .
Aa.. XAT. rYATT CO.,
BINUEUS AND BLANK BOOK
I MAN If r AOTVK3SKS.1 1 t
R.illeUn SullJlne?. ""twwlfth a
t-Count and ItallroadWork a Specialty
ilmci HoiTB-Kroin 7:!W a.m. to 8:30
it. in.; rsiinuay mmi iw "j
n i!,t i t.m. to &. p4n.
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liiin,.l. Central K HI iJ I .
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10 00 4 Cairn Vinmiuae
in mi t (aim. Arkansas A
ki't Miin.lav I
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O. W. McEbaio. V. M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TKALXS LBAVB CAIHO
Mail at-...-. ...U:f p. m Dally.
rirt il t.iP'p.m
rreight at 4-.U)a. in.. Except Sunday.
rreight a- ...l:Wpm... "
ARK1VB AT CAIHO
Mail at ItC'B til ...Daily.
ripresa hi i.'" p. Hi-. Except SumUy.
Em:,! at T : Vi p. u... hun-Uy.
might l . m... " Sunday.
JAKES JOHNSON, Agent.
BT. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
txpress leaves Calrndslly 2 00 p. no .
ipri. arrives at Cairo dully ""a. m.
A..ininiMliH.n Imntuni daily.. 2:00 a. m.
.roniudati,u arrive, daily fevept
.iiindatl 11 :'. til.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
IlK train of this company connect at St
-c.,1 Bill f-tl l.lil. Wild all OlDiT
sn to tti Aorlh, I.ritat nun Hrl.
TIM K ffCUEDCLE
a.. i we at r t . liu ...
s vi am.
... 'op ru.
1-nve Et St. Lui '' I' a in.
Amv nl Cairn- ' p.iu.
W. II. M r Alii. Ml. Auent
I A. WH.1i! ttftii ml 1'asw-iig.r Afriil.
.1. I A I' 1-1. 1., Agent at I uirj
CAIRO &. VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Milos the Shortest to
Loraiir, mtimn i&wa
AND WASHING TON.
34 Miles the Shortest to
fcliiwjalis, FhihJe!piii &w Tcrk
IX HOURS SAVED
Making Same Conncctiona,
FaasttiKfrii by other route to make
UuuuLtion muat riJu all niirLt wait
iu from Uuh Ut Six Hours at
imtll country bt&tioaa for
ttaira of ounBi tmtf louja
Rsnembor tbat fact and tako our
6:03 a. m. Trainreaching
Er:'u:riHe, Indian&poli:. GiidmlUowille
Tramiilwtve aoJ urrl i" at Cairn, ad follows:
Mail Uav"3 f. (0 a. m
Wi.l " 7:.Kip. IB.
luil aniy.i l't:W p. iu.
ln..uf.ij. l-H ainl i ln-'ik-i to ull iiup'.rtiint
t. A. MILLER, U. L. J40RBILL,
lira' l'ttb.Atf'l. 0iiral Slip
L. K. Clirili H,
I.IUI OH IIIAUHR.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholraale and 1UU11 Ixalera in
WIXF.S OF ALL KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Loveo,
ME88S?. SMYTH A CO. bava sonaUnUy
a large stock ot the btstt gtxxlit u Uiu ii.ar
tet, and give iwi'.ial atteuliou to I lie M liuluaala
rauob ul ttie buaiuvaa
Coiimmptlon, that arourire ot liiimanity, u
the grtal Jrt-Mil ol the tiumau tumily, iu all civil
I frrl cuntideut that I am in poaetion of the
cmly re, iniullltile reiue.ly uow kuou to
the pr'l'.iun lor ilia apceily. positive i-ura ol
thai ilrra'l dUeaae, and its utiwuleoiu foumiti.
iluutu, viz l alairh, Asllinia, llrout'liilia, Ser
voiia Uruiiitv, etc., etn. 1 aui old l'iiry. I lm
liwain mediriue. Twenly-eiKht )fti .
rienee aa a huay prurtltlouer in the lieit con
niiuplioii hoi-pitaJb la the old and uew world,
Im UtiKht ma the value of proper uiedica Hub
lioili local aud comlilutioual iu the cur" of Ihia
rrvut wiiiny ol our race. 1 have fouud it. Hat
am diKreiaiinK. 1 aiarled ui to aay to tho
eutfrriiiK with couuroiliuB or any ot the aUove
iiialailice, that y addreaaiuf ma, flTlotf va,p
toiu. Irn v ahall lie uul iu uoaaeaaioa: of thlt
yreut boon, without ihar)fi, and ahull have lha
ueiieui oi my experience iu iuouaau4a wi umtb
luuiesatullr trvaled. Full uarticulara. aireo-
tioui lor preparation aud uae, aud a. I vice and
ln.lnii-lioua lor aucoeaaful treaOueut at your
own hum, will be received by you lij return
luail.ireeol cuarge, by aiiareemiK
I U JOHN 8. Ill KNETT.
K7 JeUeraon (treet I.ouiaville, Jtj
Mwm. Ilaac'i Hero lreaenteitL
4 ii r tit i
Tbehtroof "rnclc Totn'i Cabin,"
otbcrw ie Mr. JokIhIi llfiison, has bad
III tumor ol a jirmenutlon to vueeo
icturia. With hia iit: aud a frkmd ha
HiriVfil.at VinilKor C'astli; at 1 o'clock,
ami was Invlti d lo lutu hcon. At 3. ht r
Al.iji sty, accomphiiifd by lYmce I.to
tiolil, riin- lieatricf, and Uirr la-ditia-iifwaiiina'.
apiM-aroil lu Die corridor,
and Mr. lltnaon was ureoted. Ibe
iiit-t ii expressed pleasurable surprise at
L'ih'1 Toms' strikingly lial and heany
looks, couJilderitiK tila uKebu U nearly
ninety. . Utr majesty w aUo
pleast-d to say . Uiat lor
many years ihe had ben wall arqualnUd
with his Listory. and prettenttd huu with
her portrait. Mr. Uenson t banked her on
his own bctiair for th reat honor con.
fi-rrd upon hlmcll. a well at on behalf
ol hU colored brethren In ('auada and
other portions ot her Majesty's domin
ions lor IteraUjfu-t protection when they
were poor, fugitive hlaye, anil lor the
blebiing they had at all tunes enjoyed
under her mle. Mr. Ixibb wa then pre
sented by Sir T. M. Biddulpti a- the edi
tor M Mr. Hiisoii "Autobiography,"
a copy ol which had b?en accepted
by her Maje!ty, who had road
it with much Interest aad pleasure. At
her ntquent the autograph of Mr. Josiah
llenson and Mr. J. Lobb, with the date
ot the birth of each, were then inscribed
in lier private olbuia. The party were
tlien Fhown ov?r the catK' and taken
through the private and state depart
ment, eventually quittinff the pluce at
1 o'clock, highly pleaded with the royal
reception. '1 lie principal object of Mr.
lleni'on' rUit to Britain was to giro a
iH-rie of lectures lor the purpose ot" rais
ing funds to redeem his home, property
and chool from a mortgage with w hich
they were burdened. This hai been ac
complished, about f",0(K) Laving Ikc-ii
raided, and Mr. Ileuson will shortly re
turn to Canada.
.Napolin.li on Humdny l.nw.
I'rt.ni the Liu.1oD t.tiuiiiier, Mart h 10 1
'1 he ftevue iliatorique publiihes a mi
nute by the Emperor Napoliaa I. con
cerning the observance ot Sunday. It
in so curiously characteristic of the man.
and alo has so direct a bearing on the
MUjijiuanan question, as to oe worm re
producing: "It U contrary to the de
vine law,-' writes the emperor, "to pre
vent a man. who has wants on "Sundays
as much as on other days ot the week,
from workiug on Sunday to gain his
bread. Ooyernmeut could not impute
Mich a law unle.-s it gave bread gratis to
thoee w ho have none, (iod has TuiLioaed
on men un obligation to Ubor.since with
out labor He hai not allowed them to
gather any ot thu fruit of the earth, lie
has willed that they should work every
day, tinre He lm given them wants
which every dav mke theiuselre4 felt
af rctdi. e intit distinguish in what the
clergy pn-seribe, between laws which are
truly religious laws and obligations
which huc been imai'Ined only with the
view ol extending the authority ol the
mini"tcr ol religion. 'J he observance of
la.-tinif on Friday atid ot resting on Sun
day are only secondary and 1 nuignirlcant
rulVu What n.-entiallv concerns the
cominandmeiits ot the church Knot to in
jure social order, not to do evil to one
neighbor, not to abuso liberty.
I am the authority, aud I grant to my
people once lor all permission not to
ititerrapt their work. The more they
work thu less vice tlierewill be.
II I had to meddle with these matters. ;l
would be rather disposed to order that
on undaya, except ouring
the hours of devine service, the
lIiiii.. lie rifieacd and the workmen 'at
their work. When one casts a glance over
the various rlnsses'which composesooiety
one leels that Jsunuavs worn is Harm
ful ruihor I Imn ii-efiil one sees In how
many arts and how many tradea this in-
ti-rruplion ol lutior prouuees irouoie'
some results. Society docs not make up
a contemplative ordur. Soma legisla
tors have wished to muke a convenience
ol monk?, and apply to It rules which
only suit a cloister. Since men eat every
dav. they outrht to be allowed to work
CUT X Agjwlrtlx OUT
To evety reader ol this papfrwbn tends us this
ifrtillmir and fl we will lorward, lor one vear.
"The '1 r-iure," a maKnidcrnt HIiiHrruted
'Monthly .louriul and llouel.-er's Maru7.ihv,
iii'l our copy ol our ik-W and elegant i inniuiu
"ABKINci A EI.KSSIXO."
A iiiaKttrpicce of the Uuaeldorf school r.f genre
puiuliuir, ly r"rof. Jordan, fcie .''.vl..',, ex
ecuted iu the hishest style of Uie art. Itttail
price of, which is "., and a copy of the l.illuvv
Intr beautiful poem descriptive of the chroluo, ill
cl.yaul illuiuiiuited colors lor fiamiug.
A v; but wait, gctSd wile, a minute;
I have Aim a word liva :
I vou know what to dav i
Muther, 'tis our wcldiiif Auy!
Jnht as now, we sat at supper
when thetfurets bad Bur away;
You uit that side, 1 Sul this aide,
1 oity years ago to-day !
Thcnwhut plans welahl together;
What hrskTe things 1 meant to do!
Could wedrcaiu to-day Would Bud u
At this table-iue aud VoiiV
lletterso, no ilould and yet I
honu tiiiies tlnuk I cannot tell
ll.ol our boy ah, yes I 1 know, dear;
Yea, He doclli all things well.
Well we've had our Joys and sorrows,
Shared our smiles as well ss tear-i
Ami the beet ol all-l've bad yeur
faithful love foj forty; years!
Poor we've been, hut not forsaken :
Uriel' we've known, but never han.e
Father lor Thy siic!leie mercies
Mill we mess iny noiynaiiie:
This U a lure rhauee
for you to make mon
larcre rh roiimiis-
sions ami aive you exclusive territory. Send
us one dollar, avoid unnecessary corresKii
ilrnue, receive your territory, audgoks work at
once, t'pon receipt of w hich we w ill forward
agent's outtlt, certificate of agency, etc, peci
luea copies 1( cents, none flee.
Address The Treasure Publishing- Co,
No, 4JCf.Ur Street. New York;
Dealer in Fresh Meal
EIGHTH .' STREET,
Betwaen Waahlnaton and '.Oomuercla
venaea, aAJol&inaT Haany'c.
KEEPS for sal the best Beef, Pork, Uutloa
Veal, Lamb, Sausaxe, Aa.. and la pr
e l U serva fkniilie in aa acoetabl bs:
Ofl&o. Biallcttxt aVLllllnr. Onsm Twtlfth Bttaat am.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, APRIL 8 1877.
MTTAM BO ATM.
Evanivllle, Cairo and Memphll
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
Tb tttgant side-wheel ttealLer
A'LT1 B. PlirxiXOTOl-..
Will leave talro every MEUM9UATat6
o'clock u. m.
1 It fleet steamer
I -eaves Cairo every SATL'KDAY'.
y.sYh boat makes close connections at t'alro
with first-class ateamers for St. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evaasville with
lb E.AC. R. K f.raU points .Nona and East,
andwithtbe IxMiisville Mail Steamers foball
osints ou Uie L"pp-r Ohio, giving through re
eelpts on freights and passengers Ui all point
"or urther Information apply to
J AMKS RKJUS, 1'assengeT Agent.
11 A 1. 1 A It X MKUa.,
o. at. r n ii.iu r n ,
Or to U.J. GRAM
upKrintendent and General Ifreirht Arvut.
lo-a-'jo-lr. Kvaasvill Indiana
rouTV v as us ukiosik tub i-cruc.
SR. C. PLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
frMIE countenance is pale and
X leadon-colored, with ocicoaional
flushes, or a circumscribed sjxit on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull; thejuijiiUdilate; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headac lie, with hum
ming or throbbing of the cars; an
unuvual secrrtion of saliva ; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, witha
gnawing sensation of tin- stomach, at
other-, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stoiii.u h ; occasional nausea
and vomiting; iolent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; ..tools imy ; not
tmfrcqtiently tingel with blood;
belly swollen aud hard; mine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometiiiiesdrv and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exi-.t,
DR. C. M.' LANE'S VLRMITUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CON! UN Ml KCL'RY
n any form ; it h an innocent prepj
TA ion , net capjlli' of ibiw the siyft
est iujupy ihe must t: niter infant.
The genuine Dk. MVLane's Vt.R
HIKuce bears tlie signatures of C.
.MVLane and Flemino Uio:. on the
: o :
DR. C. MVLANE'S
These Tills ure not recommended
a remedy lor "all the ill that
tiesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and iu all Bilious Com
plaints, Dyspepsia aud Sick Head
ache, or dUi-UM-3 of that character,
they eland without a rival.
AO UK AND FEVER.
No Letter catliai tic eau be used
prcjiaratory to, or after taking Qui
nine. As a eimplu purgative they are
t bkwark op imitations.
The genuine are never sugar
Each box lias a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression IK.
MVLane's Liveu Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures
of C. M?LANEaud IYemtnu Bros.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
Physician ic Surgeon,
Olttce in Winter's lllock.rcorntr Seventh aud
Coimuercial Avenue, (eutrance on Seventh.
KesideuosThirtucDtU street, west Of Washington
No 10 Ohio Uvea.
"THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
& OHIO 1 1,
THE SHORTEST, QUICKEST
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE
and Bal timer o
XVIth direct Connections for
Umif Ljiiifg, Norfolk,
FHIilLFE!A, UU Ml WW,
THE 33 A.BFT.
Travelers desirlnp a
iSPKKDV' PLEASANT and.C'OMFOUT.
Bhoutd rtmeuiber that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Is celebrated forlts i
Elegant Coaches, Splendid Hotels, Oraud
and Beautiful Mountain aud Valley ilt
Scsneiy, and the many points
Historical Interest Along
Far will ALWATC bs as LOW
as by any other Lin.
PULLMAN PALACE CAR
Uetween the Principal
Western and Eastern Cities.
Kor through tickets, tiaggsge cheek,
movement of trains, sIvepinK car accom
modations, etc., etc., apply at ticket ottires
at all principal points,
NORTH, SOTJTH, EA6T or WEST
K. It. Dorey,
Asi't Oen 1 i. lei Agt,
Tims. V. Barry,
W eaters Pass. Apt.
ii. Ticket lirf
Thos. K. bbarp,
Mtiner of Transp'a.
TTNEST I'lus TOIt U I O
C """ .-iv rim i i.
Ci' TKE 0 OT1I1 If.
yfTTTi X tou ta'-a rr All. I l!tU:j
THE PIONEER TOIACCO CO. BROOKLYN, N. '
WONDEEFUL SUCOKSS! 25 000
DESCRIBED AND ILI.T81KV7ED
Sld in days. It l,c iD(r the only romil-te lo w
price work (,, .g only ti Mi), treatinir of
Ihe entire hiMory, Kraod huildiDKs, onderfiil
exhibita, curiodilies, great dnva. en ; illiiitru
lled. mid 11 cheaiiet man any other, everybody
wants it. One new Ktfeut cleared $ J ! iu four
Weeks. 3,0"O agcni wanu-l. .seud iiiict.ly lor
iroolol ahove, ooiuioua of olhciais, eleiey Slid
press sample paired, lull deacriptiou, and evtra
terli.s. IlLllUiliU lilto.s. 1'ubs., Jo Ltt Sane
si. hlcbi'o, 111 .
CAWTfDV ""Of laUely claimed official
basWimt and woilhle bouks. beud inr proof.
Vlif; Sf..w,:eV uur own town.
Ja-riiiH HI lei
,' ouiui iree
II. 11 i LI. LI tii., fwit-
9 E..tr i,'kao ltid Curd a, with name
esW IO eta , po I pji.l. JUNES 4 CO.,
.Si.via, N. .
DRUNKARD "STOP !
J'. C. Iteers, Hf . D. Jdormerly ,,i Huston) has a
lull lliler cine .,r inteinieram-e, w hich cn he
Kiven with. ml the kuovvlwlge of Ihe uutirnt
Also one ft the
l'ernuiieui eures fc'uanintee.1 In hoih Send
for evidence. Ask drnKists for it Ad lre.a
Hr.KKS a CO., Hirmimrhiim, Cons.
$55 to V7tVlW&
vt'i ) a day at home,
tjl 1 Z and terms free. T
Agenta Manieil. Outlit
liLE 4 CO., AuguU,
i No liuller how allthlly dlal.le.l.
iia increases now rmi.l ,!;... u,..i
circtilxr free. T. 11c Michael, any Tw; Sausoiu
st I'hila. l'ii-
eve t.-XlllV. IISK A Kit's. ,lo tw alik.
" w un uaine, iui. J, li, 1
Maiden llridae, N. V.
in t9fi I'Sf'lay at home. Sample wnrlU
IQ $4U -,frt-e. bl'lNSONai to., l'urt-
flll A DAY. HuW to make it. noluethiuK
SH new and saleable. AJdreas COE, VONUE
A CO, tih and Walnut ti- 8 I Louis Mo.
OA MIXED rr s
w fur kl stuttip.
Nassuu, K . Y.
with lume !. Hainiile
C. U. LINDLEV A Co.,
rpo ADVEK'liSEUS.-u4 fur our Local
Lint of uewspaiieis. t-rut free ou application.
CEO. I. KuWELL A CO., 1 l'alk Row Xew
PE ALIR IX
BOOTS' & SHOES
Coflee, Sugar & Syriip
Dpocialty in Teas
Goods Delivered Promptly.
V - m a 4J
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL.
IN TFE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Cloae.
Corner IStk St. aad Commercial At!
C. O. PATIEH A CO. -
-- - --1I L X--J L . . . 1 1 1'U.
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Hational Baak Buildiay, vp-stalri.
re Oldeet F.tabUabd AaenoT in Soutr.2
rn IUlnola, repreaepUnar ovsr
185 000 000
F1KE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on tlu? most favor
able terms bv
GCNEHAI. l.NSCRAXCE AOKNT.
one but Hennd and Honest Uaiii
Or'r"ICE-lo (lie Alexander C'ounlv liutik.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1888,
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. B. 9AFEORD, President.
8 8 TA YLOR. ice 1'rvaident.
W. ilYSLOP, Seo'y and 'Jreuurer.
P.W. Barclay, C'has. GaLionaB,
V. M. Sroi KKLirn, 1'ai l ( .Hi urn,
U. U. ctnmlnoham. 11 L. Mallioav,
J. M. PlIlLLltS.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rate of ait
M-r cent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st. Interest Dot withdrawn is added I mine
liately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
zivina theui comiiouud interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
olso can draw it.
Open every business day from 9a. ni. to S p.m
ad Saturday eveniuirs tor savuigs deposits only
toiu b to 0 o 'clock .
W. HYBLOP. Treasurer.
F liross. President. II. Wills, Cashier.
P. Nell. Vice l'res't. T. J. Kerth, Asst. ash'r
mm mn m
Corner Commercial Ava.andSt Street
K, Itross, Cairo. Wra. Khifre, Cairo.
P. .Veil, Cairo. Win. Wolfe, Cairo.-
A . Snsaaka, Cairo. K. L. BillnifrsU-y, t. Lotii
E. huder, Cairo. - H. Wells, Cairo.
P. II. Ilriukman, t. Louis,
J. Y . Cleiuson, Caledonia.
A UvaetHl Bnnklnr Bnalneaa Done.,
try Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid
n tb Savings Department. Collections made,
nd all busiuess promptly attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL"7" - $100,000
or r ice us
W. P If ALLIDAY, President.
HENbY L. I1ALLIDAY, Vice f real.
A II rlAEPORD, Cashier.
W'At I U UYsLOP, Ass't Casbieo
8. 8TAATS TATL08, R. II. CtJSWQHAat,
U L. JlALLIllAV, W. P. UAU lPAT,
U. D. WlLfiAJISOK, Btbfubm 111KP,
. A B. SAfroKD.
Exobange, Com and United States
Bonda Bought and Bold.
DEP09IT8 received and a general .Unklnf
STEATTON ft BIBD,
Wholesale . Grocers
AOKMTa AHIUOAN rOWSV 00
. . . .
LVLT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
S PEYTONA O ANN EL
Order for Coal by th oar-load
i,on, or in hogaheada, for ahipment
promptly attended to.
atik?To large oonaumers and all
stanufacttirera, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT tl)AL COMPACT.
CrHalllday Bro.'s Sffloe, No. TO Ohio Levee.
rj-Hairiday hro 's wharf boat.
H"At Egyptta11 Mills, or
CfAt the Coi Dump, foot of Thuty-Klght
CPost Offioe Drawer, m.
mess mm w nit :es mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board. Sd Floor ta .00 Per Day
Special Rata by Weak or Month
A limited number of very desirable laniilv
room can be secured at reasonable rate tor the
The St. Charles Is the largest and best appoint
ed House In Sou tiler n Illinois, and Is the leadw)
hotel In Cairo. Notwithstanding the "Bed
Rock" reduction in prices, the table will, a
usual, be liberally suppliea with the very fees
of everything that can he fonnd in mnrket.
Fine large sample rooms fir commercial trav
eler., on irround door, free of charge.
ItyAll haggageof guests conveyed to and Iron
tne betel willtoui cnarge -
E. B. tosrw,
Mark These Facts.
The Testimony of the Whole World.
"I l.&d no appetite -, llulloway'a Pills gave me
a hearty one.''
'Your Pills are marvelous."
'1 seud for another lox, and keep them in the
"lir. Holloway has cured bit headache that
"1 gave oue ot your Tills to my balie lor chol
era morbus. The dear lu Ue Hong got well iua
duy . ' '
'My nausea of a mosaJng is now cured-"
"Your box of Holloway ' Ointment cured me
of noises in the head. 1 rubbed novae of your
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Xo medicine will so effectually improve the
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