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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST ft, 1878.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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"Cairo Bulletin, Cairo. Ulliiol."
JXO. H. OBERLY. General MannRer.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily in Southern Illinois.
Thou. Xally, Kditor.
' Democratic ominutions.
FOB TATE TRf ArRKR
EDWARD L. CKONKKITE. of Stephenson.
FOB BITEKINTESliKNT of ri'BMC ISSTBTCTIOM,
SA.MLEL M. ETTEH. of McLean.
FOB CLERK Of TUB ALTBENE COCRT, SOCTIIEH.S GRAND
JACOB O. CHANCE, of Marlon.
FOB 1.EKK OP TUB AIPEI.LATI COl'BT, SOrTHERN
JOHN Q. HAI1MAN. of Alexander.
70BCOKUIUS EIGHTEESTU CoSlillEssloNAL DIsTliiCT
W.J. ALLEN, of Jackon.
TOB BEPBEHEXTATIVES riPTIETII t-ENATOIUAL DIS
THICT. T. W. HALLWAY, of Alexander.
T. T. KoW N SOS. of Jack.ou.
Tub Democrats swept North Carolina on
R. M. Bishop & Co., of Cincinnati, have
Fuspcmled. The head of the tirm is Gov
ernor ot Ohio.
YEare iiifoiuvd Hint (.'apt J. R. Thom
as hashoea furnished with Fiftfe.; Tunis.
SD Dollaks with which to curry this Uis
Irict. Curliondale Free IVss.
The Mtuitin Bunk of Kansas City, Mo.
the largest banking concern in Missouri
outside of St. Louis, suspended Saturday
morning last. The State Treasurer had
about $300,000 on deposit there.
The water of the Des Moines uver
ljecame so hot during the repent h"nte.l
tnn that fish died by the thousand. Laige
uized pickend were taken from the. surVe
cif Hip water, and lieing plunged into springs
upoedily rrovered, and were as lively an
CnAKl.Ks Reade is 04 years old; Jacob
Ablwtt, 75; Edmond Alwut, 50;Wi'liam T.
Adams (Oliver Optic), 50; A. B. Alcott, 70;
T. B.Aldrich, 42; Berthold Aucrbich, CO ;
George Bum-rod, 73; Ilolx rt Biowning. 00;
Curly !e, 83 -.S. L. Clemens (Mark Twain) 43;
G. W. Curtis, 54; R. II. Dana, 81 ; Darwin
C9; Disraeli, 73;IIepworth Dixon, 57; Emer
son, 75; J. A. Fronde, 00; V. E. Gladstone,
9;Brete Harte, 39; J. G. Holland, 59; Dr.
Holmes, 09; Julia Ward Howe, 59; Thomas
Hughes, 55; T. II. Huxley, 53; George Eliot,
58; Longfellow. 71 ; B-nson J. Lossing, 05;
Donald G. MiHiell, 50; Mux Mailer, 65;
JamesPa;top,5fl; Mayre Reid, OOjRenan,
55; Ruskin, 59; John G. Saxe, 62; Mrs.
Howe. 90;Tenry-:o,', 09; Anthony T;oModc
C3; AVhittUr, 71; WWV'C Collins, 53; S-ir.-bume,
41;Wm. Blark. 87; M. F. Tupp-.-r,
ti9; C. D. Warner, 49; W. I). Howells, 41.
We find the follow Mig in the last nninlcr
.fthc Muipl'yb'MoE .1 IP'-u). m,;
The haide. t jIows. jck for .ho m-i- of h
Iteme, r. y. end rai rt- p n : mi' m- the eu c of M . J.
Allen. huveiome andwl" comrfioiu the c 1 of Ho 1.
John OI rly. Tne H0.1. John t-inl p .;,t. ...mo
relnl'oti '0 i'ic He-uli'V u- p..ny i Il'dj i um
Key do do the pur y 11:1 lonal'y, only .l.o.M the
fuime of me ex reb 'l. C o.ii.enpy would at at
niwt ih.ii f .he Hon. J nil 11 c.. 1 ir mi ,
br.d;;e fi.U c .r li n ovi-'," be onglr 0 " a
Van t-ouii anv c h:io ho nn k- a. Hie U pM c -n
tent. 'I'tie old i l-iryof ,he loin KiidiheKii.., would
eem ,0 1 p;!y.
The' IIor .'o' n'' : n-t s vl u a
name rein. Ion to -'o. R. pnli' -. n .v- 1 i.i
Illinois that Key does to the pi,-iy Mao i
K'.-i.' i-j a iiicni'ie- 0,' , ie ( !. ' c'
Tresidint H,i;-,-s (.'v, i.p.,,, j1PSIJ t .),.
inetjand. .flie h-d. Hie ' Hm.Jm'-o ' v, .. .
not have a place in. it. Mr. Obe.ly v .,
pioint:d RatlMMd p.l Wurel.diM: f n-luissior.-;
b,-.,iu o hewi'ia I)i-tuK ,t. v.t
liis appoimm -ul .la.noi mmlelani a R,
liean. lie t'i"M:. (l tin. 1,1 t.
friit, will cctit noe a D(iu').u w'.ehj
occupies it rnd -u & ,(
Under the wn-;'.i..i,u.i of tl,t.
Governor cn-'o .1 n-i'm ofli-it.(, .... .i
with the n l 1 e 1. 1 com jm (iC :. ,
3y fl.id a i h "io a Mo nn-1 .11 f
DeiniM rat'e Sennle, "ov Culiom, a ,,;,.
;can,app nii d Mr. Obi dv. a l)-,nK to
hU office pric.-de.it had said a lh inm-rut
nhould llll i-i the ni'iioi.ly incitibeiKhip of
the Board of Railroad uud "Waiehousr.
Commissioners. If the fact that a Republi
can Governor appointed Mr.OU-rly, ft Dem
ocrat, to an cilice im rvl fasoa frsav'-'t'
Mr. Olx-rly should im: tit" the "temple of
Mr. Key, Hryc' inn.'odr.a " und
becomo a Reiuuliciiii w m.'y
nay, with jtt as lmi-'i reiu-u, thnt
Mr.Wm. II Surthaud M..G.M.n.yu,.,ihe
Republif an eol '.e.i; ues of Mr. Oim rly, ghopUl
Ik-coiii" Demacrati )i.u a IXn'o-.i.f
Seaate adv sed ond co lsui'ed n their ap
jxiintment. Bur iim f.n t icmanis .t Mr.
O be rly is a Deinocat und'ulpiU -o continuo
one. He debates w't'i l's Repuli,:can fel
low cii'Zcpg With g'xxl tamper i'P.1 stml-oiis
fa:rness; but he d"laes ,0 coj'.jcu t'p-m
and win them from Repubiica-iism. He
gives his paity good advice o n. and some
times l-.is ruUvjc is acUd upon II" tniego
tistically believes thut his party would be
better off and soou'.'-1 defeat the Republicans,
if his advice were h:keii o;'tene-. And tlrs
13 his heart's dcsc and prayer the defeat
of the R'-ptiblau tvy. He cons-fjueutl;-wishes
the fhction of Judge W. Joshua
Allen, and for tl-'s contamination will
6i-.-ke tin hardest blows he can. uud as
many of them as possible. Mr. OUrly is
an adder, If tii's is tuldei'sui.
A Tiionoccn quarantine at this city is a
matter of itol importance to tveiy town
alxve us on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers,
and to ewry interior town ami city in Illi
nois, This is the gateway through wh'ch
the scourge may infect communities lying
to the north and east of us. The existing
fjuoranline hen will prove whol'y iaelf- cuial.
Boats are stojiped below th" ciiy and tr.ers
fiom the South are tt ipped 011 the Keutui ky
siile for the pmpose o:' slaying .lie progress
of the discnsi', but if we mi-mid, as we pr-ili-ably
will in the nei few du, find a cae
the imwrtant question arist.;. tint shall
1x3 done with it? We have no place with
out the limits of Cairo where a yellow fever
patient could lie properly treated. We have
no quarters that would answer the pur)wse
of tin hospital, and we are unable t provide
any. Iuonrprf.a-Pt financial condition such
an undertaking is out of the question. But
even were we able to do so, would it be fair
to put this entire burden on the shoulders of
our people? When 'he vital interests which
the other towns and cities in this state have
in this matter are considered w-e think it
will be conceded that aid rendered in tstab.
lis'iing an effective quarantine here would
be a measure of wisdom and precaution.
The cities lying along the rivers above us
should aid us in this. But will they? The
Mayor of St. l.ouisreplicdto a message from
Mayor Winter asking that city t put its
bund int 1 iu pocket and pay u share of the
i.ipenw. r'-atho could n.t doim w.tWttthc
c'ty council, and that it would nut meet to
transact such business untill next Septem
ber. This was Ovv stoltz, and pity it is
th it better men than he is should have the
black vomit, and he have vot even a symp
tom of the fever. Pad uc.ih answered in a
liet'er spirit. She did not give anything,
it is true, but she was polite and said s'ie
would lake tin muKer into 1. on.s;derution.
It is evident that we will nceive no aid
from any ot the river towns. St. Louis is
able, but will not give it, und we hope she
may not have occasion to regret it. Other
towns would if they could, bit, like our
selves, have not the means to give. We
have no recourse left there .01 e but to ap
peal to our Slate Board of Health. We
think we caa d ) this with justice and pro
priety; for, of what use is that Board if it
cannot be used to kenp out of rhe state dis
ea.x! as terrible as the yellow fevei? Dr.
Baud', the p-esidi.it of ,he State Board'
Health, si'id, a few days ago, that he had
fears of the cxtcns'oii of die fever to Cairo
and other river towns in Ill'nois, and in a
letter 10 Dr. Wardner of Jiis city said : ' It
is undoubtedly the duty of our lnmrd to
take every precaution to jarevent its intro
duction into the State." In another int r
view he said the State Boatd f Health
could dec'.re quarantine at any of the rivtr
po"' e in Illinois, and would do so at Caiio
ami appoint an inspector there as soon as it
appeared that the yellow curse was likely
to nii'ich further noitliwaid. Progress of
the (scu' vin ihisdu-et tion he hoped would
be prevented by ,1m action of the Memphis
aiilidiii who were taking eve precau
Hi n to keep off ihe dread isitor The doc
to is a good ulkci ; but if h" wee a home
owner nil) was informed of the approach of
a iir.su tl,;ef he wo.t'd i,i 11 U pioliahi".y
t.i'k about "u pu.e.11' '0,1 u c,- -x.y to 1
i'.ei upd-H sin h .hievi , and ainrhiH
horst! had lnvn stolen lock ihe door With
great piiMide. The S..10; lloiird should not
i-.'tnnii 'ua. ,ive. Dr. Ran, h .an be in-
diic-d to help lis, and that help tn be elli .--live
should be sp.alv. Mayor Whiter
h'i'iuM make in ap,ie,il to l.i. R.uu h s
Bo.'.d of Hcait'i at once.
Remkmijkh the Eckert leavs tiie wharf
at exaeily half-pnst six to-night. She will
return agaii. at eleven, giving (he old fo!lH
an opimrluuity to go home, If ,hey wish ,o.
The hours between eleven ami two will be
spein on ihe river with the youny, people,
music, da.icing, and tho etceteras, in fa"t,
''tttrood tiino" generally.
GROWING OLD GRACE FILLY.
H'HUy, oh! aofily, the year have aw. -pt by thee,
TotKbiPij thee llhilyw jh loud. mat (are:
Mo-row and care d'd I hoy ..f.ud bring rlh iheei
Yet thoy huve le.'i bat loatity to weur,
HiowIhk old K'ruc.'dilly,
Fur from tho tortria Hu t ar wiifbing the ocean;
Nearer each duy to the pleuetit dome lljfht;
Far from the waves thut nn hltf with coinmoiloa
Vuder full cull auu the hntbor Iu sight !
lirow.ug old i bee -fully,
Cheerful and brlcht. .
Tust all the w ind Unit were adverse and clillllui;;
Past all ihe Maud that lured .bee to rct;
Tat nil the ctim-uta that wooed thee unwilling.
Far from the port of the laud of the blest,
lirowjn old peiuelully;
IVa- efully aud blent.
Nov. r a feeling of envy aud crrow,
Where the bright fuien of children are teen;
Never a y-ur from their youth wouldt thou borro'v,
Thou dot retuember what lleih between,
Growing old williugly,
Ulady, I ween I
Rich In experience that anelea might covet;
l'kh In a faith that hu i.-rowu with thy ycarf ;
liieh In a love ihut ti- from and Above It;
S'HitMnu thy non-own aud bushing thy fear.
Glowing old wialthlly,
Loviu' a I'd dear.
Ilea'. atVbc ouud of thy coming are lightened,
Heady aud willing tuy bind to relieve;
Many a face at thy kind words ha brightened,
'It U inoie nluii-.-d to stive then rece.ve!"
(.rowiu old happily;
Blesi. we believe.
THE GOWN TEST.
He an;; a sol g. he hu'l! ll well.
Hi voice wj 'ow ami tender.
He sun.. In pr-i'-e o'' b'. r he loved
A ki'ighi, her brave d feuder.
lie vo ed by all the gods above
No braver kn"h- or truer
E c-r sought the maiden of hi choice
ALd prvyed to be wooe.-.
To l.st his love t.v thouirht It we!,
Ere her future life she trur.cd.
She wore next tilth!, a horrid gown.
And t.e go. up and d.'slid.
ADDITIONAL FACTS (O.NCEKMNO THE WON
DEUK.1L CLIILS I'KKFOKM til BY THE lIOL
MAX I'AU. '
St. Loul Globe-Democrat.
Day after day uew and tno-e remarkable
statements are sent to us by well known
and ur most prominent citizens of the mar
velous cures of dangeious diseaes, that
have became chronic, by tlie use of the
Holtuan Pad and auxiliary remedies. The
agency for the sale of this now standard
remedy was established in St. Louis only
three months auo, yet in that short time the
Pad and auxiliaries ha- acquired a popu
larity absolutely unparalellod. In-iiii.' now
worn by over loo.oou people in the West and
Southwest, and in every instance with the
liio.-t satisfactory results.
The Pad is not only a preventive and cure
for nearly every disease known to the tem
perate zone, but is specially efficacious in
the treatment of cholera and cholera-infan-t
ii in. When worn according to directions,
it secures the patient airaitist the attacks of
those dreadful diseases, and is no less suc-
oe.-ti in ourin tl.c -worst cnes tliet
fearfully fatal scourge.
IJilow will be found a few additional tes
timonials from prominent gentlemen, who
owe their restoration to thorough health to
the Holman Pad and auxiliaries.
Tiie names of the following well-known
gentlemen were read off at random to the
rejM.rtor of the Globe-Democrat by Dr.
Chaplin and Barber, at their parlor-,
and the interviews below are the re
sult of a call on the gentlemen
ST. I.OI IS HOOK AMI NEWS COMPANY.
The manager. Mr. M. J. Gilbert, said he
had not tried the efficacy of the Holman
Pad, but several of his acquaintances had,
all of wh un had been greatly benefited,
and more particularly Mr. Thos. Beiine...
clerk it Maj. Grimes' offices; al-o Mr. He-,
a clerk iu the St. L. B. and N. Co., a con
firmed dyspeptic for years. Mr. Gilbert
also said that he received many orders from
customers in the country, and he was of the
opinion that the Holman Pad was truly a
most remarkable remedy.
The reenter next found
the dyspeptic mentioned by Mr. Gilbert.
Mr. Hess said; I've been a victim of dysp
epsia for live years, and only those who have
been like sufferers know of the "hell on
earth"' this horrible disease makes for all so
alllicted. I suffered intensely, and my head
ached so terribly that I could scarcely at
tend to business. I have worn the Pad but
a short time, and if I keep on improving in
the future as I have in the past, I'll be a
well man and no more headaches.
CASH IKK OK THE DINIIAM MANCFAC'TlItlN't
Mr. Kavanaugh. the cashier of the M. D
Co., 4H!I North Main street, said: I first
bought one for my younger son, who was
alllicted with chills and malarial fever, con
iraeted while on a visit to tin; bottom lands
iu southern Illinois. It worked liken
chai 111 ; broke the chills and cleared his
siste.n of the malaria. I had tried every
knortn remedy, but without relief. My
elder son was also alllicted with chills, had
no ambiiion, no energy, and didn't care
whether -ehool kept or not when his peri
odical chills came on he was totally unlit
for work, and every bone in his body was
acluig and his complexion was a saffron
willow. 1 got a Pad for him, and to-day
he is all right. I then bought one for my
self, I have worn it two wie!s, and feel
much better to-day than I have in years.
The treatment by absorption, us dev loped
by the Holman Pad. is, iu my opinion, na
ture's own way, anil I now reconiini nd it to
all who are alllicted for myself ( shall
never us" anv other remedy in my family
for a disordered sloniach. chills, r any
other malarial Complain.
WM. MCI. II I.I -- MAI. AMI .
Mr. M. is a butcher, Mall ml, Union .Mark
et, said: I have Iccii a si iff re r from Ma
larial fever for over a year. 1 had no will
for work, no energy, always fired and utter
ly without ambition. In this condition I
went for a Pad, and, sir I tell you I began
to improve in two day:i; my appetite return
ed, and I am now a differ: ill man. My wife
was also a sull'ovr and I houghl her a Pad,
(iii 1 if you want to hem anything praised
Just go up to my house and see In r; but no
matter w hat she says of tin Pad. she call do
it no more than justice. -
The company have sent to Cairo one of
their most trusted medical experts, and
have established his consul. aMon pallors at
the St. Charles until un affice in a more
central locution can bo fitted up. All con
sultations are free, and patient' can be
treated with safety and correctness by
letter. Those who aro not 'able or do not
find it convenient to call at the- hotel, will,
011 application, at their homes, receive con
sultation free of charge. Address, Holman
Pad Co., St. Charles Hotel, Cairo, III. Hco
price list in another column of this paper.
('leak the Way. For tho escape from
the system of its waste and debris, which,
if retained, would vitiate the bodily fluids
and overthrow health, thut important
channel of exit, the bowels, may lie kept
permanently free from obstructions' by using
the non-griping, gent'y acting and agree
able cathartic, HoMctter's Stomach Bitters,
which not only liberates impurities, but invi
gorates the lining of the intestinal canal
when weakened by constipation or the un
wise use of violent purgatives. The stom
ach, liver and uninaty organs are lik-wiso
reinforced and aroused to healthful action
by this lienehYent tonic und corrective, and
every organ, fiber, muscle and nerve exper
iences a share of its invigorating influence.
Unobjectionable iu flavor, a most genial and
and wholesome medicinal stimulant, and
owing its efficacy to botanic sources ex
clusively, it is the remedy I est rdapted to
household use on account of its safety, w ide
scope and sjK-edy action.
Mast a (Ioi.laii formerly p.-nt on expensive Sul
phur Laths Is no saved ly siilistl.utini; ihere.'or
Glenu' Sulphur Soap, whirh Is jest as heueKelal
but Infinitely cheap ,-r. Local disease of the skin,
rheumatism and gout are all relieved by this stand
ard remedy. Complexion hlei.iMie are eradicated
by it. and ii Impart to the .' ' e a pearly white
ness and velvety noftues w . .1 erectly enhance
the effect of female charms It soothing, antiphlo
gistic action constitutes It s prime remedy for sores,
ulcer, cms. sprain, scalds, bruises, aud Iu fai t
every abnormal condition of the cuticle attended by
Inflammation, twelllug or iiclih-vr. Ladies moving
in our '-1 -oolctj apeak of It l.eaiillfylng proper
ti 01 u(iii:sb stic term, and give It a decided
pi ..'n;. ace to cosmetics which merely conceal but
do nol, like Gleuu Sulphur Soap, eradicate ci.-f. cl
of the complexion. The use of ointment for
eruptive complaint Is to be !. precat.-d bei-aust of
their having a tendency to clou the por.- aud Iu
some cases to aggravate n th.-r than remedy the
dl-eae. They are, beside, seldom thorough
cnoti .'b. in their effect" to prevent the recurrence of
eruption of an inveterate type mid have the dis
adtunlage of suiliug liie linen of persons who ne
them. Glenn' Sulphur Swp. on tiie conirnrj, ra.li
callv . an-s the disease to which It I adapted and
still fur.her recommend Itself on account of it
cleanliness. It I, beside, an admirable disinfect,
ant of clothing which has been worn by p. r-ons
afflicted with diseases a contagloii nature. A a
specific preventive and promoter of the ;.-n.-ral
health ll prew-ut advantages of tie mos' uuciuiv
ocal description. So'd I-rugulsis.
Hill's Hair -tut Wbi.Su De, black r brow n
Price 50 cent.
State of Illinois-. Cniintvof Alexander, in the Count
Conn. An ;u-i Term. ls;s.
Tim ma-Muil.iiii. AilmlinHiator de bonis non of
the Estate ot (..org'? W. Erviiu. decca" .1. ikiIiIou
to s.-ll r al 1 nit i.i inn ih-bis. vs. KiiimIh ill
nenii.iitz.o.rge hrw li..J..liii J. Erwiii.Klurence Er
win. 'Villiain V. trwinanil Fn-derlt-k Kl wetter.
.Artlilavii having t,.-.-it Hk-.I ii, the office of ( 1 1 tin-der-i'.'iieii
n. rk 11I -niil t'.ii.n. showing tlnil Lilia-b.-td
Si iniKiiz .mil Klur. iK ... Erv.iu. tu of the iimv.-Iiam.-il
ib fi- il.n is. are nun r. slil.-iil- of the stale of
Jilinoi-. ami thul (.. urge Krw 111. another ol 1 mil iie-feinliiiit-.
-intuit be I. . und 011 due and e in lul In
I'llry. iii.lic. is lh.-r.fi.p- hereby -riven to vim ihe
niil LIUhIk-Ui s. Iiinnlz. Florence Kruin ,in-f (..-urge
r.rwin iln.i tin--mi. '1'i.iiin.i- .Mnrtuin. Ailinini-iralor
ue bold- 11. .11 of 1 he i-li.l.- ol l.ei.r-'e V. F.r..m. ile-c-u-ed.
h i- tlied lii- pelitinii In sniil Court iiMliist
t.ie above named def.-iiil.-iiii-. piuvin-' tor mi order
t 1 the foHoAnig ile-.-rib.-il r-al e-iiite i t 1 .-a t . - i In
th.-t'o" nty of Alexander and Male ..III In..;-, in h it:
'1L'- undiil.ii-d .me lr.li of the south -we-t ipitrt-r
o: ii e m.rtii .-.i.i rr.r .r -..-lion N... iliirt..-ii IP;
a-oihe iiudiii-l.-u liiilf.il 1 . r.iir..l tuesnutli
i- .-l .p.itl-r 1.1 - .i. .i.in No. IbiM. eii 1 all y
T w ii-ni,. No. I f e 11 l.'i soiilii Lung., ihi. ,. -t
of lh- thiru prim ieil ue riilian. sniil real .-t it..-. on
tnitiing on.- leindr.-it and twenty m res ol l.unl more
or ..' . Mini I tic lllllliMlleil ll.il'f of III.- Si : sixty
ic r-- iiion- or less, such -at'- to be m ole to pay the
cl- I-an. I claims against the e-tnte of said George
W. Krw In dec -a .1 ; ami that summon In said cause
bn- b.-i-u i.-'o-d 0111 of said court returnable at the
August term of -aid court to he holdeii al the cum
luii-e in the e i 1 y of I airo in subl county on Hie
third Monday iu August. A. ll. lHTs.
Now un,-s, j-ou Un- said KH.abeth Hchliiatx
H fence Krwtn a; d Ge- r. Erwin baLapp:ir l
lore said court on lue first day of snldleiiu lln reof
and plead, answer or demur' to aid petltinu. Hie
allegation couluiti. il therein will be taken as con
fessed by y.m und au onb r eulered iu accordance
w ith the prayer of said petition.
SAM I EL J. HU.MM.
( ieik of Ihe county court
Cairo. Aug. 5. 1STS.
THE MOST AGREEABLE TONIC AND
BEST STOMACHIC EVER OFFER
ED THE PUBLIC.
LT WIT r UMI'KOVE YOfH API'E
1 llli iTITK. FACILITATE III
t.EsTKiS. GIVE TON K To THE NEItVHU S
SYSTEM. VlGOl: To EVELY i'AKT OK THE
TntitKiiv iMi-AiiTisii Health and Stiii;nutii.
no jm:.mi:dy so good
FOKLAXfiOIl AXD DEBILITY.
The medical lucultv Indorse it for llvspepsla.
Juaiiiliee, NeiM.M- llelillliv. Ins of iippi'-tlie. ami
all diseases arising fnmi a disordered liver or stom
ach. Per-.. n living Iu or visiting sections where Ma
laria. Fever mid Ague. Illlloii- Fever, etc.. are Ihe
char.ict.-il-ili- dlsi ii.,.,. should be provided wllh this
valuable mi dlcliie. ll Is a sure preventive for llll
niluieiili iirl-lng fmni malarial causes. It Is a
one ill the best r.-medliil ugi-lit which Ihe sclencu
of chemistry bus plun il at 1 ),,. di-po-iil ol the phv
lelaii. cotiibilieil with oilier vnhlill.lt.. I0I1I1 s. ilell
i iilely flavored Willi choice aromatic to pli-nsc the
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
For sale bv nil the holesiile Druggists III Chica
go, mid iii'illi'liic ileali-i's generiilly.
TTNIVKHSITY OK VIIIGINIA.-Sicssl.iii be
VJ gin 011 the l-lrsl of Oi iobi-r. uud i-ontlnuesuliie
mouths. Tin- lii-lllulloii I orgiinlired on the elec
tive system, giving 1 he student free choice of stud,
li'-, with lull courses III lliu Schools of tin-Academic
Deptntmi-iii and In lite School of Law,
.Medicine, Engineering and Agriculture. For cat
nlogui' apply to Ihe Sercetuiy of the Faculty, I'. O.
I lilverslly of Virginia.
jam1;k. HAiiiiisoN. m. r..
C li it 1 r 11 1 11 11 of 1 lie Faculty.
a.ium FEET A HOVE THE SEA.
Tho following te-tlmouln'j are from Mesr. J.
O. Itosworth 4; t o.. Lee el Oil., large and Inrlil
eiitlal druggists. i'l -v n ... uupri-cedeiitly luige
sales 11. il uu'vi.ar1 i-., .r,, ,i u. other disease
is i bmii'iejU ple.ali-.' Hi but region. They
speak in" the .ollowilig gel .lellieu at among their
i tio .vol... A Co. Denver, Col.: Gentlemen
' .-to jri -i -''ov-iVHiiig for . hose alllleti-d with
w; s -o jcld my lestliiiouv In hi'hiilf
0 ' I. 0 .a : ADK'ALCl HE roil CATAItltll.
. en 1 "ty rtf. .ed with thl fearrtil diseasu
1 1 . 1.1, ri'.l iii-vj .led everv known remedy
o ji . .111 11 1 '.Miught a bottle of the .'V-vo
( 1 ; -i 1.1! veil. ..lch gave me almost insiuf, v
' "t a colislilu.lolial a well ar a local
ei. . M'.i-ve it to hu all that la cla ined for It,
b J ..." Cine .or Catarrh.
Verv .ruly your, WM. AMETIVK.
Denver, Sept. M. ls?5. with Jcubou, Uliss X Co.
M. sr. J. O. Hosworth A Co., Denver;
Gr sTi.rWKN : 1 take pleasure In recommending
SANEOUDS KADli-AL t IHE FOH (ATA Kit 1 1
to all who are atticti-r) with till disease. I was
greatly nflilrted tb It fur a long lime, and cured
it Willi two bottle of the above I I HE About a
year afterward I wa airaliitakon wlih Calanh ipille
severely, and Immediately sent lor another bottle
which Axed 111c all right, giving nie relief from the
flrstilnse. I am ronllileiit that this remed v will do
all that I claimed for It. -ml more too. Wishing
you success Iu ll Introduction, I am verv truly
your. A V. SMITH, ol Smith A. Dull.
Denver, Oct. 4. 1S75.
M.-ssr- .1. O. Hosworth A I o Dmver Co' Gen-llemen-l
have used SAM'oitli , HADlCAl I IKE
Fn CATAItllll. und il b-i iv.-.. I -.Isliie-
Hon. I have iried altiiosi eve,i ,.i .. . i. . ,s ihe
only ibing Ii lit has .'hen me leii ' iierefore
take pleasure III r.-i iniiiiH nding ll- 1 all af-
llict. d with Catarrh i.i ai.) kiinl. and 1." hi- s my
tosomorv to lis iH-netii.
'VeuMrulv. W. S. DEC KKK.
Deliver. Oii. 1. 175.
.iEV-J. II. WH.GIN SAYS:
One of the best remedies for Cnlurrh, t.a. Ihe
h.-st n-meilv we have lonnd In a Itli iltue of - itl.-r-lug.
Is s AN' KM It US H A Hit' AL Cl HE ll I- not
Uliplea-aut to take through the nostril-, and tie-re
rouii-s w iih each bollle a smull gla-s tube for u-.- In
inhalation ll clears the head and threat to
thoroughly thut. taken' each morning 011 ri-ieg.
there are i.o unpleasant sei retlolis and 110 iti-agr.-e-able
liM-klmr during Ihe entire day. but an unpir
c. nti d clearness of mice aud r.-s.ir iiorv organ-.
Itev. .1. II. Wlgglii. In llorch.-ster 1 Ma-s.l It. : ..ll.
E.ii'h package contains Dr. Snurord's ltii.t'.-l
1 11 ! hi 1 i 11 Tube, with full dlp-cll.tii- for li-e in all
case-. Price $1 "I Foralel.vall whole-t.e ami
r.-iail driiggl-i- and dealers tiirniigboitt the fulled
Mat id 1 nuu.liis. WEEKS A l'i I'l'l E li. General
Agents nnd "liole-ule druggi-i-. totou, M.-.-s.
Vol t a i c P 1 a s t o i
For Local Pains, Laineiiess. Soreness.
Weakness, Numbness und Inflation of
the Lungs, Liver. Kidneys, Spleen.
Bowels, Bladder. Heart, and Miim-K-s
arc equal to un army of doctors and
acres of plants und shrubs. Even in
Paralysis, Epilepsy or Kits, und Nervous
and Involuntary .Muscular Action, this
Plaster, by rallying the Xenons Forces,
has effected Cures when every other
known ronicih has failed.
PRICE 23 CESTS.
Ask for Collins' v0itaic Plaster, and
insist on havine; it. Sold by nil Whole
sale unit Retail iH'ticifists (hrotiifliout
the United States and Camillas. WEEKS
& POTTER, Proprietors. Boston. Mass.
I'll VS I LOGICAL
View of !MarriaL?c!
) WM iVi.1 cenfldeiitlul treatise on Ihe
duties of marriage and the
AM) causes that unlit for ll; the
MA Til.' I A flVsecrct of Hiproductlon and
liVitlllW I JV,. M.,., f Women. A
book for private, considerate reading, g'J page,
1'rlce in cent.
A rillYATE MEDICAL ADVISEII!
On all disorder of a private nature arising from
self abuse, excessr. or secret disease, with the beat
means of cure. gi!4 large page, price .'! cent.
A clinical lecture 011 tin-above disease aud those
of the throat, lungs, calarrh, rupture, the opium
habit, etc.. price 111 cents.
Either hook sent post paid on receipt of prlr: 01
all three, containing .Mil pages, heailtllully Illustra
ted, for 7rj i-i-iit.
Addre Dll. ltl'TTS, No. IS N. Hth t St. Loilla
NERVOUS DEBILITY, rrJft
men. loss ot vitality, premature weakness, enerva
tion of mlud am! body, disorder of the brain and
nervous sysi.-m. and 'iiilserb- resulting therefrom,
speedily cured by HATES' NPEC1FIC. I'repared
by au eminent physician: $1 a case, it for sold by
druggist. For circular wlih rull particular, d
dress Hit. flATEH. gi:l State street. Chicago, ill.
NO CURE NO FEEIfi.Ve
hospital, 1S7 East Washington street, Chicago, for
th cure ol all private, chronic ami special ill-case.
SrxtNAt. wkaknks. snivel s i.khii.ity und uT
MAMiooii. permiiiieiitly cured. Dr. tl. I a graduate
oftlie lb-form School, and use no mercury; ha the
largest prni He iu Ihe lulled Slates. I.AIitr.a re
quiring tr.'Hliu. -nt. with home and board, call or
write. Every convenience for pallent. Send flfty
cents for MAHItlAGK GCIDEIO page Illustrat
ed. Married ladles and gentlemen end fifty cent
for "ample of rubber good and circular of import
nut Information bv express. Consultation fr.'c aud
coulbleiillal . Ilelluble Female Fill 15 a box.
Wli WkSAI.AHY. Permanent salesmen want
ZA M r'd to sell staple GihhU to dealer. No
vr ,,,,,1,111.,,. lv, oul.l A, 1,1s,..-
n. vi iiai jcuil,u is 8 iiomu ni., ciu
,t)IOLI) I'LATEI) WATCIIKM. Cheapest III
S l'h world. Hamuli Watch Free to Agent. Ad
V 'dres, A. COl J.'l'Elt & CO., Chicago, HI.
AND Moltl'HINK II A HIT CI'HEI)
Tit original and only absolute
cure. Hi'iid stiiinn for book on
opium Eating, to W. II. Squire, Worthliigtoti,
tireeiie County, lnd.
DYKIXO AM) REN0VATIX0.
yoi'R OLD CLOTHES
can nic nKACi'irt.-Li.r
DYED OH ItEPAIHED
At a Trilling Eipense C. 0. D.
C1IAS. SHEI-LEY, X0. 80 EIGHTH ST.
IV LadU-i aud Ouuti' old hats nude now.
M M HER.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
WIM ri llMSII
Flooring, Sidins:. Lath. Etc
At the very lowest ratei.
Having a HeuYy Stock of Log on Haud,
We aro prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the ihortcnu otlco.
A SPECIALTY made of KTKAMBOAT Lt'MnFR
. . We alo manufacture Fltl ITilliiX M trn, ,', J
Candy, i'acklug lloxe,' Slave. Heading,
MlV (iOOIiS. ETC,
The largest wholesale and retail Dry
Goods and Clothim House in this City ;
are recehinir new Goods daily and aro
offcrino; great bargains in the most hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL (LOTUS
and MATTIXGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou
ret tea, and a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; hi
fact in every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public.
oeall and see their stock.
GUOCER.S AXD COMMISSIOX MEKCIIAXTS.
STRATTON Jc BIRD,
57 OHIO LEVEE.
AGEXTS AMERICAS roWDERCOMP'Y
W. Stkatt.iv. I airo. T. Him,, M i.sourl.
GKAIX. FLDl'li AXI) HAY.
Highest Cash Price Puid for Wheat.
Farmers' Tobacco Warelioue
General Commission Merchants,
No. ll aud l-.T Coninar- I f'.,,,,, T.,,
clal Avenue ( lAIKO, ILLS,
I HE HA I, Advancement made on Conaiirnmenla
J of Tobacco. Flour and Grain.
XOTICE TO CONSUMERS
The great celebrity of our TIN TAO TOBACCt
ha caused many Imitation thereof to be placed or.
tho market. We therefore cantlou all chew era
against purchasing such Imitation.
All dealer buying or selling other plug tobacco
bearing t hard or metallic label, render lbcniclvc
liable to the penalty of the law, and all persona vio
lating our trade mark are punishable by flue and
lmprloument. See act of Congress, Aug. 14. lsTU
The genuine LOKHI LA HI) TIN TAU TOBACCO
can be distinguished by a TIN TAO on each lump
with Ihe word LOItKILAltD stamped thereon.
Over T.iiss ton tobacco sold Iu 1HV7 , and nearly
3.0H0 persons employed In factories.
Taxe paid Government In 1S77, about $3. SOO.f 100,
and during past U year, over $Ji,ion,iiis.
Theo (joodi old by til jabbers at manufacturer'
rer-The TIN TA( sMOKINd TOBACCO Is
"econd lo none" Iti anima, nilldtie, ynrlly aud
TEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
Tho Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIM CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CL0S1
Cor, Nineteenth street nd I Piitin 111
L'ouiiuerclttl Ave., f UII1U. ill
O. O. PATIEH & CO.