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wart), Mon and Tli. fwi.i !
' Aar, Gai'knaml ranu'ra' lmilrrwiiM. wlrs
icotU, nXriiferator., I'unipa U'Wwu
li Couarmreial At" t.u t nnj-- nl Jvb
Work don. uj abort mil icr;f .j ' V
"".,..... v , .timber. i
.1 . . Mi A UK Y -Dealer i II hunl and II liintr
w, flooring, eeillnK, il'llng mil mrtuiwl
..luutmt, lath. Mid iia. , 1'lllc to-l yard
oraer j'wrflttati street nIV MlnnKtonavwuti"
LAScYsTEft 4 "uiCK-I)ealer 'WwUh.
tuorl, Strnda, sle.y aarS sail suit luluiiet and
lilnglrt. Yard ud olliee, Cuiummiul avenue,
D. HABTMAKrrMVr la gueenawun!, Toy.
l.iii awl (VVlnJ of laney ttrtlvl'x. toniiwr
WliijAK. lKMft-lfrB Street
iiiBnireUlBTBiM and Waaliingtoh av
('lotfelMt nael Mareboot Tailoring.
JOHN AAi'tBIM-lUrBluuit Tailor and dealer
lu jtjisdy.ldaUe CloUijpg. J Obit I-tvw,
' I Jit I? Heal hMMMmiii. .
Mf'X .HOWMSY-BeaU.tai Ageot. Buy
and wll ml uu, eolUcta reuu. nay ua
Itir BOB-indnU,U!. Commercial avenue, U
' Ww!''' fcorehanss.
II i ;voUe .and JvUutcn factor tad pro
iitb4 -U luo VaraMrs' l'obacro M areUbute,
lift 4t V7 CoiWureCTCMil Avenim.
JTaHI'KK TdbT-' ,' ,
11; UcBerat Forwarding and Comroiaaioa
jaierr.haAt, for It tale of iiiu, barifcia, Vrv
kuaj ttyt Palry i'tsdilfl. tSOhw, Utn,
tnerai 'IforwaidinK ami Cominualon
jifi ban w, and dealer rn all kinlt of roil and
lyodne. tnto ! ConnismueBt toiie
ft' !ia.XJl.'t I LJ-- - -m.UJt
t w a.ATvt v id) Kami .t. y ..
.iAuYuif tor advarUauiiT" due and iy
aliis im ADVAUca ... "
Trace Mail aavanMiag mil d inavncu a w
rata af U 0ya ajjuara, Iur,U ftnil,lnllon
jaad a east fcraaat luDaaqUeal one . A libaral
dtaoooatwUl Iw giadc on auoilinc aud liiil
aflTaTTIarmrnfa -" . i
rStaaai raaaml aoiM l W MoUet of
BBuatlBcafagciaijtseracciclorli'ra W Mia for
Caawk. SocMr, raitlval and 8uni nolicta
will aaljr ba laatd aa alTertiamuu
. No adrUMocsl will terawiwd at m (bbb
an eeaU. aad aa aanriiacnif nl will to isawtcd
for kutbaa tfawa dollar par nmnfh
SATURDAY. XoTedibrr 10, 1877.
Tuesday Nov. 13
lit hid al hi fanhi
Solid Silver Cornet Band.
Superb and CouiIla Orchratra.
- fitaene J at without extra charge at
itwiuau'a (juernxware Store.
0.K XIIJIIT ONLY !
Monday Nov. 12.
Primrose & west's
. Master Band of the World.
Ia an elegant, chaste and unapproatLahle
Admlnsion BO cent. Reserved seats 75
cenU. Seuti can be tenured at llartman'i
Jhina and t;ls Store.
. Ch is. B. Ckiste, Agent.
ALr. Ctiarka Scl'iocnniei er liar received
a large lot oi the celebrated t'obden cider,
rfiiplol wuln) wblch U beyond all questioB
the best aud purest cider ever sold In this
city.- Families desiring it can procure
tbis cider in quantities to suit, by tbo
pint, fluart or gallon, or in larcer quanti'
tics. Persons desiring elder by tbe bar
rul can have their orders filled by notilylug
Mr. Scboenmeyer at bis saloon at tbo
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoeniucyor lias also just
received s consignment of the celebrated
California . .Illeillnff wine, wblch is
tflual . to . any' Kblnc , wine. This
wine' l uianofactured from - the
celebrated Gfrman grape, and baa no
superior In the country. And further, ho
keeps Jioorlelus' beer, Ute. best made,
and lull line of choice liquors and cl
rars. ' Call and tee Charlie. He Is al
ways clad to see bis friends, and will be
loutMj ready d serve them. A free lunch
spread every mowing at ton o'oloek," tl
, .,,...11 I. n r ' ' ''. i
One Plainer and MaUher, one Heading
plainer, one Surface and ons'Glgttw
maohlna, for which I wlMaln lumber In
payment,, .For terms apply to .
fttta i avm Bitt, min; JUs.
am . -rn i nn
m v - a a a b a
JUr. aud MrsjfJI. V, McUiuder ol
fiiarlciton', W"riiii ' tlio Jelly vUltlng
friends ywterdiiy.' .J
i Mm1. Andrew Bird, who liu i Iwiii
iullo ilatigeroiiily.ill for sevend days, Ih,
c nro glsd to leuriK much liiiirovcd. '
We nil Imve mir prvtervnees; but no
one prclm to lienr a crying baby when
ihtt lat It 40 well known Unit Dr. UtiU's
baby ynip would nl once unlet it i cU.
IlAKKU'aM.LlVKKOlL, LlMi: AND
WiiCi(V;Iby A pleasant medicine, and
certain remedy lor Consmnptlou, Scrolu-
In, lX'bility, etc. - Now is the time to u3
if. Jno.-C. Baker & Co., Prugglitf,
Upinloa' ol n Haltlmoreun: 1 have
used Ur. Hull's couli syrup for some
time In my family, and round It tho best
remedy lor colds, coughs, etc.,' I t ever
tried. Limit J)ivnniiijtVICuiliue Stitet,
"k Cbarllo Williams, a colored man,
and "ids woman," had a difficulty on
Washlngtoaavenuc near Eleventh street
yesterday, during which Williams beat
the woman inamohtbrutal manner. lie
was lined $10 and trimming. Chief Ar
tcr made tlie arrest. ,' -y
"Tbe steamer Golden Crown, now
on her way to this city Irom Uio soiith.has
on board a 241-pound turtle for Mr.
Uurtr Walker 1 ibis city. Tbe Golden
Crown will be here to-night, and in a
day or two Jfarry will treat his friends
and patrons to some lirsticlass turtle soup.
Mr, J. C. Brice, a former rcldent
and businessman of. Cairo, but ol late
years traveling In the Interest ol the
wholesale grocers, J . C. lloflel & Co. , ol
Cincinnati, died suddenly In this city on
Thurjday evening. Mr. Brlce had many
warm friends in Cairo who will moum
for his sudden and unexpected death. .
i-Ped, In this city, Friday, November
'Jlh, 1877, Mrs. Wm. IS. Huirull. The
luneral service will take place at the
family residence, comer of Twelfth and
Locust streets to-morrow, Sunday. No
vember 11th, at 1;30 p. m. Tho friends
and relatives ol tbe family aro invited to
attend the luneral. The remains will be
taken to Villa Kidgc lor interment by
special train at 2:W o'clock.
,.tf Mrs. K, WUliamsn Is marking duwu
her good, and Is now selling straw bats
at price lower than ver. She Is now ,
oflering hats which heretofore
sold at 7-1 cents to one dollar, (or
35, K), and 60. ceuts,- and " all
oilier foods lu proportion. Uer stock ol
(lowers Is very large and range from 10
octii . to f i in price. The prkw lor press
ing and rcmodllng straw hU has been
rcdueed from 'Ja and SO cents to 20 und 30
eeitts. Mrs. W, Invites all liiKpeetlon of
her ; oodj and prices. - "
The large tobacco warehouse was '
nearly full of people ltt night to hear
Pr. Henry A. lloynolds fpeak and
Introduce 4 his tenperance work,
Ilo U a plain maUer , of tact
speaker that holli the attention ol
his audience Irom lir.t to lat. At
the eloMJ ol tbe addre at tin; Invitation
of tho Poctor IS people strjiped up and
signed the pletlge;1 The meeting will be
continued to-night at the same place and
every holy Is invited to attcud.
Aa announced in yesterday morning'
Bi'MKTiM Mr. W. II. Motrin went to
Villa Hidge on Thursday evening, and
delivered a leeturo U-fore the
Young I'olks' Mlerary Fociety ot
thai place. There was a fair
auiliccce to hear him, though owing to
tho disagreeablenesj ol the weather and
the horrid condition of the roailti, many
remained away who under more favora
bio circumstances would havo licen pres
ent. Mr. MorrU' lecture was excellent,
aud was ll'tened to with deep Intertest
nnd attention by those present.
Attention is called to the business card
ot Aldun, Graves &, Co., commission mer
chants for the sale of flour, meal, grain,
hay, and all kinds ol country produce."
Mf, C. M. Alden, the head ol the lif m Is
known to almost everybody In Cairo as
well as to a large number of country
merchants In all parts of Southern Illi
nois. Alter spending about ono year lu
Chicago, Mr. Aldcn has returned to
Cairo, and is again in the commission
business, and his lirtn is now ready for a
renewal of business relations with his
former shippers and patrons. His firm
Is n, perfectly reliable one, and consign
ment entrusted to them will be handled
to the very best advantage for the ship
Millluery aud laaey uootla.
Mrs. C. McLean, Kighth street be
twecn Washington and Commercial
avenues, is just In receipt of nu elegant
and complete stock of Millinery and
Fancy Hoods l every kind. Among
other articles we may mention that she
is selling tluo black straw bats in all tho
latest styles at from 40 to SO cents; ele
gant patterns at prices lower than was
over offered to tho trade; flowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks nnd
velvets in all tbe new shades at prices to
suit. In the hosiery for ladles and child
ren line her stock is not equaled by any
other establishment in the city, and she
asks the ladies to call and examine them
before going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
If ot" cheaper, than tho same kind of
goqds can' be bought elsewhere In this
market, olio solicits an examination u.
tier stock and prices, believing that she Is
prepared to please all whom may favor
herewith a eafl lu both. Ladles desiring
to have tuts pressed ean have tbe tame
done for from 23 to 35 cents. S-7tf
Ya Cm Have
Money by getting your building materia
oi Lancaster A Hlee, They art selling lum
bor at mill prices; a large amount of white
pine and cypress shingles ot the best bran
constantly on hand. We sell pine ah In
gles at $1.75 per thousand; sawed ce'dar
posts at at !3oenUeeob; white pine floor.
ing at $23.00 per thousand; pine tiding
at $15.00 per thousand. Try your luck
Tho Vote Canvassed, and the
Yocurrij Humm, Alden, Malliday.
Mrs. Taylor and Dick Fltx-'
- L: gerald Elected, -
The Result In Pulaski, Union
and Johnson Counties.
The lost of the returns of Tuesday's
election haying been delivered to County
Clerk llumm yesterday morning, Jus
tlcci ot the Peace Comings and Osborn
were notitled and an official canvass of
the vote was hud. The result will be
' Through the klm'ness of lrlcnds In
Johnson, Union and I'ulaskl we are also
enabled to give the result of the elections
In those counties. :
The following Is the result in this
County. , .
'OR COfNTV .ICIM1K.
North Cairo...-. 32-1....
South Cairo '..;....2n.,..
Pog Tooth.... . 2: ...
Goose Island 31....
8anta Fe............ 12....
Clear Creek 17....
2 '. t
t COUMI'T CI.KRK. .
I'rn Ini'l. : 3; ." ! r? : S !
V I aim Hi;
K. irn MM.
lioona Kla'il ';
Hanta K..M Ki
( itar Creek, 13:
I nlly ..l"'i
n.; 1.5: a.;
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nr.: it s;
i i : v
li .: f
a": : si;
M! ! i:
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Total Vis; 3i; -mi Mi l'U
COl'XTV TKKASI KKB.
Precinct. ' " Crjg. CuuMe.'.
North Cairo 130.
South Cairo 73..
1 tlfit)Cffaa. ..a.--
...4. ........ 37
400 lfif) 1,159
Ahlen over all 501
BXTERINTKNDKST OF SCHOOLS.
I Nr. Kcnfro.
1,353 . 4CC
Mn. Taylor's majority S87
Precincts. LWlng'toa. ' itjlliilay.
North Cairo 02 C17
South Cairo 03 143
Pog Tooth 2 37
Goose Island 3 113
Santa Fe 1 41
Thebes I C3
Clear Creek 4 71
coronkh to pim. vacancy.
Fitzgerald over all 110
The total vote on the proposition to
levy a special tax for tho purpose of
building u new county road between
Cairo and Unity, was as follows:
Against additional tax...... 7S-S
For " " 055
Majority against tax 133
The vote on the question ot an appro
priation of $500,000 lor the completion ot
the State House at Springfield, is tic
(dated, the vote being as follows:
Against appropriation S30
For impropriation 1 540
i Majority against appropiatlon.....,2s7
JV STICKS OP TDK PEACE AND COfNTV
Tho"Tollowliig named persons were
elected justices ot the peace and county
constables In the several precincts ot the
Justices of the Pence Alf red Comings,
and John II. Robinson. . Constables,
Andrew Cnlu and John ShceMd.' ' V .
Justices ot the Peace John McE wen,
0. A.,Osborn and Richard Taylor. Con
stables, John Hogan, George Wilson and
Pink, McAllister.. i
1. ri'f ft dootooto. i US
' Justices Nick Uunsaeker and viotdr
Trusself. '"Constables B. P. Mlchant
and Henry Hunsacker.
CIOOHK ISLAND. "
Justices Thot. Martain and Pavld
lilshnp. Constables John II. Foster
and John II. Lewis.
JustlceVtlill Pclflney. v ontablc
August Minim. , ; .
Jiutioee CyrlUo A. -MiircUlldon, and
Raflsonj Thompson, Constables, Y. P.
Garner and W, J. Blawsen. " x -
I Ml I Jim .Hjamllaflll I.IM, 1,1 ajBtiat-a.
; - :f rii'An crek.k.
Ju.".lta,i-bauiuel II. McGvc and W,
II. Kendall, Constables, Wm. Cottier
ami Henry Goodman.
Justices Jas. E. MeCrlto and II. F,
Putnam, Coustablvi, John A. Morris
and J. W. Ptirhnm.' ; ' ' ; '
:i: ' ' i!tn v. ' .
Justices J, U. llarglsuitd Patrick Mor-gam-
Constables, C, M. Rcniflcld and T,
Wo are under obligations toCapt. Juo.
W. Carter of Mound Cltr, lor the follow
ing concerning the result ot tho election
In Pulaski county, as shown by the ofli
Brown's majority 177
$ pence 437
Hogan's majority 491
Weaver , 810
r Weaver's maj.. 2sl
SITF.RINTKXDF.ST OK W HOOI.fi,
Col well 73S
l.ipplncott. ; 041
Col well's maj 1)7
IJImitcad's maj 250
The vote on the State house appropri
For appropriation , 701
Agalnt " 270
Maj. for impropriation 431
On the question of additional tax the
vote stands : H ... '.
Against tax 753
For tax .'. 319
Majority against tax - 434
On the question of taking up the old
and issuing new bond, tbe vote re
For new bonds.... 008
Against new bonds 305
Majority for bonds 303
Ot eourse. John W. Carter was re
elected justice ol the peace for Mound
City precinct. The people up there
couldn't get along without his services as
Vienna, Nov. 8Ui. 1S77.
Kditor Bulletin: Tho election rc
turns for this county have just been con
vassed. The entire Republican ticket is
elected, by the following majorities:
J. P. West, Commissioner 012
S. P. Thackcr, Treasurer Wi
P. T. Chapman, Sup't. of Schools 302
F. M. Jones, Clerk , .245
Jack Kuykendall, Judge. 58
The above were the nominee, of the
liepubllcan Convention ol last August,
Jones was opposed by a Democratic candi
date, Boyt, tho prcsentcierk, and by an
Independent candidate, Pearce, which
accounts for his majority being below
that of Tbacker and West. The average
Republican majority Is 535, larger than
it was last November, owing to the fact
that Pemoerats did not turn out. Knyt
kemlall ran oyer 400 votes behind bin
ticket, nnd Spann, his opponent, would
have been elected, hnd the Pemoerats
turned out. X.
JoNEsnoRo, Nov. 9, 1S77.
EniTOR IU i i.tTiN ; The vote of (hit
county was canvassed yesterday, and re
sulted In the election of the following
officers: County Judge, lilllman; connty
clerk, W. S. Hanners; county treasurer,
W. C. Rleh,jr.;superlntendcnt of schools,
Pavld Karracker; county commissioner,
A. Lenee. The big light In the canvass
was over the county judgship, and the
fight aealnst Judge lilllman was personal
and bitter, but the old wheel-horse has
come out of tho contest with over 500
maiority. His friends are jubilant, while
bis opponents are the reverse. A strong
eflort was also made to beat Hanucrs
for clerk, but it could not be done. All
the gentlemen elected will make excel
lent officers. Tip;
The Oreat Reformer.
Wocnjoyed the pleasure of a short in
terview with Dr. Henry A. Reynolds the
great reformer yestcrdny afternoon, and
learned something moro of his history
and work than Lwe remember to havo
ever seen published. As many of our
readers know, having attended the meet
ing last night, ho Is a tall energetic man
who is completely wrapped up in the
great work he lias in hand, which is tho
organization ol "Reform Clubs" and
" Woman's Temperance Unions."
He is the originator of this Red Ribbon
reform movement, and began It on Sep
temuer 10th, 1874, lu the State of Maine,
la June following the first ribbon used In
temperance work was tied on by him in
his office at Bangor, Maine. He worked
In Maine over a year, the work being
known as the "Dare to do Right" move
ment. Then he worked in Massachusetts
thirteen months, and In Michigan ono
year te the present time. Last night he
begin his first work iu Illinois, and will
remalu In the Stato one year, during
which he proposes to "Introduce his
Work Under God."
. In tbe State of Maine there are at the
present time 73,000 men working la this
Red Ribbon movement. In Massaclm.
tctts 00,000, and In Michigan 100,000.
nis work Is entirely Independent of any
and all other reformers, and he Is enUiu
tlastio1 cnoagh to believe that a great
work can be accomplished here.
At hat been noticed before he comes
very highly endorsed by tho legislature
of Michigan, an - honor ' wblctf as
was never given to any other, man.
This 'endorsement Hone should en
title Urn and will WWt him aaaUL
ancf and hearty oc-oppratlqn of oar peo
ple In lti much needed work. '
Tho lollowlng aro tho letters remain
ing uncalled for It thepoatofflce at Cairo,
Illinois, Saturday November 10, 1877:
, , . . LADIKI
Aukeruun, Lizzie; Anderson, M.;
Badger,' M.A.; Dlpson, Edlo; Finch, M.
Gologly,' M.; Hurd, "Miss; Hutchinson,
Mary; Hobos, Alley; Johnson, Matilda;
Walker, L.; Washington, B.
Brodway, Chat.; Brcwvr, Oliver;
Uceius, Tilf'rcd; Brooks, Wm.; Clusholm.
Wm.; Duncan, Tcter; Dcebles, R. W.;
Edwardt, Johu; Floyd, T. J.; Hallet, n.
W.; Holmes, Sidney; Jamison, M. II.;
Johnson, N.; Jenkins, W.; Kirk, Buck;
King, John; Kennell, Wm.; Harks, J. W;
Moore, Samuel; Marshall, T. S.; Parker,
11. A.; Poogue, Win.; Roher, Fred.; Saf
lord, Anson, P. It.; ttwain, Arthur;
Smith, Hugh, Shook, T. R.; Taylor,
Green; Volue, E. A.
Persons calling for the above will please
Geo. W.McIvraig, P. M.
A few plain word to thePubllo, who
are lntaraatad whan making their pur
baaaa ror the Fall and Winter, eapec
lally of Boota and Shoea, that they ob
tain thair "money's worth-" Tola they
ara entitled to, no mora nor laas, and tha
inquiry with them la, "where can we
trade moat aatiafaetorlly." Thia maybe
anawered at A, Blaok'a, tha Olty Shoe
Store, 140;0ommereUl arenua for tba
followlnaT xeaaona :
lat. Tkeyharatha larireat aaaorjtment
and atock In Southern Illlnoie, whloh
la ample to meet the wanta of everyone.
Sd, They buy only from manufactured,
and aa Jobbera- thereby obtaining- the
very flrat fismrea.
3d. That, although, they purchaae lar
Ker, and effact tbe largett bnaineaa in
Southern Illinoia, they manage to do ao
at comparatively email expenee-hav-ing
no outside employeea or rnnnera to
aaalat them and are oontent with mod
They therefore offer to tha publio and
patTena generally the opportunity theae
advantagee afford them of purchasing
their boots and shoea during tha fall and
winter by tbe aingle pair at the same
yrle tbe same goad nre eoltl al
wholesale, aa4 at leant 15 per rent
lean limn ena be sold by any other
house in tbe rily. We assert that we
are nble to do this, aud aa we ore am.
Ion to aell goods far the united
benefit of ourselves and pnblie we
offer them at the arnue extraordinary
low ratea. Farlbennor. we will du
plleale any goods offered at any oth
er house iu this city or vleinlty at IS
per eent less tbau they aell them at.
All our departments aro complete,
and eonalat of freab, seasonable and
stylish good. The specialties la
Hoe good kept only by us aro offered
at great bargains, Including n, largs
line; of gentlemen's ladles' and boys'
silk embroidered slippers for the
A. BLACK'S) CITY 8IIOE STORE,
So. 110 Commercial avenue
A t THE HAMR OLD fTAD.
not "Rlclinrd Hlmaalf" bnt Malaon
Mr. S. Matson desires to announce to
the citizens oi Cairo and tho surround
.ng country, that ho has retiu-ned from
California, and again casting his lot in
Cairo, has opened a new stock ot BOOTS
A3D SHOES at the same old stand, No.
140 Washington avenue, between Eight
and Ninth streets, where, while thanking
his old friends lor their past patronage,
he desires to shake bands with them, and
supply them and many new customers
wltli anything they need in his lino. His
itock Is coming right In every day, and
.s me Oct the market ononis. All are
nvited to call. 27-1 in
A Sew fioardlug Ilonae.
Mrs. Gaffneyhas taken charge ol the
large house at the corner of Seventh
street and Washington avenue, where
she will conduct a boarding house. She
is refurnishing tho house throughout
with excellent furniture, and Is now
ready to receive boarders' and i iii. rtaln
them In first-class style, giving to them
all tire comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gaflney lias had
many years experience In boanllng house
and hotel management, and leels eonfl
dent that she is eapnblo and able to give
better accommodations for loss money
than any other boarding house In the
city. ' She solicits a share ot public pat
Mr. Pauline H. Pillsbnry, Elect ris
With medicated baths, would Invite the
attcation ot the sick, nnd those suffering
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysis, lemalc complaints, catarrh and
all Impurities of tho blood, ner system
of treatment is pleasant and soothing,
no shocks are given; she has' been very
successful for a number of years, and
she does not hesitate to warrant a cure
where there Is any constitution to build
upon. - '
Having engaged the bath-rooms of Dr,
Arter on Tenth street, between V ashing
ton avenuo and Walnut street, where
she will at all times take great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Nov. 7-1 ra
. . Mrs. Im J. spears, , ,
No. 118 . Commercial avenuey Winter's
Block, calls the attention of the ladies to
her large stock of fall and winter mlllin
3ry, ot tho latest designs, which sho Is
Jally receiving from New York and
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,
sho will bold he r
continuing one week, and wishes all the
ladies to call and examine her goods,
As her stock is large and complete vis
itors can rest "assured of finding her
stock to suit the most fastidious,' and the
will take special orders for anything that
may not be In stock. Ocl4-lm
Ed. Braxton hat returnod to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where he It
better prepared than ever to accommo
date liia patrons and the public who
may favor hlra with a call. He hat gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
soupleof nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the , latest Im
provements and eonvonlencee. lie em
ploys only first clast workmen and thote
who patronize htm will have their wanta
attended to in style' and "will " receive
courttpw trelnwntv,i u :S! .1 ;i
Sold last year at 18j " A big reduettoo to ' .-li,." ,
tht pries ot overcoats from last ytar's prl- 1114
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REASONS WHY TEE
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Dry Goods, Fancy Goods. Shoes, Oei CS.
For Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs,
inch as Coughs,
olda, . 'Wbooping
Asthma, and Con
The repiitntinu it has attained, In
rnnseiif nee nf the marvellous cures It
has produced during the last half cen
tury, is a suilk'lcnt assurance to the
(uhlic that it will continue to realize
t he happiest results that ran be desired.
In almost every section of country
there are persons, publicly known, who
have liecti restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs,
by its use. All who have tried It ac
knowledge its superiority; and where
iti virtues aro known, no one hesitates
as to what mcdichio to employ to re
lieve the distress and HiitTeiing peculiar
to pulmonary affections. Chkbky Flo
toiial always affords instant relief, and
perforins rapid cures of the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of the
lung. . . . "
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing .diseases which beset
thu Throat and Chest or Childhood, It
is Invaluable t for, by its timely use,
multitudes aro rescued ami restored to
This medicine gains friends at
every trial, as (he cures it Is constantly
producing arc too remarkable to be
I irgotteiit No family should be with
'lit it, and those who have once used
It never will.
Eminent riiyslcians throughout (He
country prescribe It, ami Clergymon
often recommend It from their knowl
edge of Its effects. .'
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Matt,,
Praetical and Araalytleal Ct assists.
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