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DAILY ' CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1878.
NEW SEIUES-NO. 123
D COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
ON & BIRD,
:s ale Grocers
7 OHIO LEVEE.
ERICAN POWDER COW" Y
alro. . T. Bmu, MlMOorl.
U Departure of Trains.
H CENTRA! RAILROAD.
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tt'Mfl ti m. 4:SOO.Bl.
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k. AXt ulniBKf KAI1.K0AU.
tuiini. t oub.in.
SD bT.' LOUS RAILROAD.
. , Arrive.. ne(mn.
, ; 5:1311.10. 10 :!..
,y. tExccpt Monday.
K1.IVERY onen T:aO a.m.: clonuf
kun.lay: Sto a. m.
Department open at e a. m.; cioee
km Malla via Illlnole Central tod
ml RailwaO cloae at p. in.
plnr Bluff Through nd Way Mall
i Itllnol Central, ratro ana vio
lppi Central Rallroadi cloae l
Sarrow Gauge Rilroa4 cloae at 8
Minvllle River Route cloae at 8:30
IS CENTRAL K. R
kt and Quickest Rout to
lis and Chicago
Ld running two dally train from Cairo
kt connection wttn Hiwri nor..
AVE CAIRO-l:I0p. -i Knit oi
ly t. Loul :: p. ,-""??u2-
. mUn.il .nil 1-nnl.vllle rat
P., VIRUUU.H -
- ,.i .1 ar, . m Lon I.tI lie
III V,tlil IMP... V. " ' -
ii.malla 4:15 a. m. Paradigm by
r at abov point
o- HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other rout.
Faat Mall, wltb aleeper attached, for
l l and ninw imni.
. m. ; Chicago ai : p-
Effingham for Cincinnati, Louiavllle
r"AST TIME EAST.
LT VDtt tT tola Una go through
ky Sunday Intervening. The rtatur-
train Irotn l airoam.r. m c- . -ngat
10:21. Thirty! houra ' -
wmrut of competing line that they
lime vnan v" . .
Lice or a de.lr. to mlalead the pub lc
Nirh.u and Information apply al 1111-
kallroad depot. Cairo. , ,
ISA AKKI ,,Vl
3 W .W.
JOHNSON, Oen'l Southern Ag'l.
& ST. LOUIS It. K.
Line to St. Louis!
... . at I An u and
...il. with all other Inea 10 Ui KA8T,
Uaa learea Cairo.
L, arrlvf. at Baal ft. Loula H:4lp m.
accommodation iear. v.. .
. i . - i U.nkaB.irO H IfiD.ni
I...,. Kant St. Loula.... :45 a.m.
ea.arriv.-at Cairo, l -
acc. leavea ilnri.nytooro. . . . - "
aec. arrive!, at Cairo W.55p.m.
fc between t'alro and 8t. Lonla under
tient; theM.ire mere am "Tf "
awaltlnir conuectioua from other llnea.
awaiiiuis unrth-aaiand Weat
Pm ? ... . ikn.Ti.vn Mam.
ly tneir Iicaeui mui v
JOHSHON. General Maoatfcr.
h,( k, ra-r'-nR'' Fnli,..,.. .nt
?CJ TUIt 8HORTB8T ROCTK TO
70 THK BII0nTK8TTOf LOUH-
i. . . ....... f'l ni'i .n. i i. .... u
btj TUB HIIOUTKHT TO INIHAH
ViB APUUH.I'UILAUBl-' 'UIA.NKW
of all other rout mkln the wme
rlilo all nlulit, walllnn from one t U
all country aiationa tur iraiu. "-a.
Kf Ti V 1?TJ!K KACTantl talio otir4:45
JlUIJrilV ,., (rHn nine hi n u Kvana-
Upoll., Cincinnati anil I.oul.vlllo miiio
h leave aim arrive bimmim." iuimiww.
. , . , i :-)i ni.
lit il.ln h.
tlckiiii" Mid ciiVcki to all 'ImiMirUnt
KR , lt08WEI.I.MIIJiKK.
tmtiil tli.mirnl Huu t.
L, CliwAcll. Pmaenner Amit. '
la an abtolute and Irrol.tftble cur for
enneHH, Intenifteranro and the ue of Opium, To
barro, Narcotic and HtlmulanU, rrmovluK all
tante,' denlre and bablt of uxiriB- any or them,
rendering tha taale or ilunlre for Ibvm perfectly
odloua aud dliutlnf. llvlnieveryone tierfwt
and IrrU'eletahle rontrol of tkeaobrlety of them-elvi-a
and tbc-lr friend.
Ii i.revi-uu Ibat absolute nhyricical and moral
pni.jrallou that followa the auddeo breaking off
irnm ualni; atinmiauiaornarcoiica.
Package, prepaid, to cure 1 to 5 peraoua, $J,
or at yuur lirUL'Klala, (1 .75. Temperance and
charitable aortelic abould nae It.
It la harmle.a and never-falllnK.
HOP B1TTE1W MK0. CO., Bola Aiceiita,
ROCHESTER, K. T.
Tlie Hop Cough Cure
Doatmya all pain, looaen the cough, quiet tbe
nervea and pmdncea ret. It never lalla in per
forming a perfect euro where there I a ahadow
Try it once and you will And It to.
rOli SALB HY ALL DKUOGISTR.
DYEI.X0 AXD jyt.NOVATI.NB. .
r0UR OLD CLOTHES
can ti aiAinrvixx
DYED Olt ItEPAIItKD
At a Trlfllug Eiprnmr-C. 0. D.
, I. M. & SOUTHERN.
vit I'titr.i ilnllr Mirti.in.
ue. til t ulio 'lulli' .B:l miii.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
W Ladlra and (Jenti' old bat made new.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TrnTTT jrpENTH YEAR.
Tha Cairo Bulletin entera nnon ita
IIII tentb vear wltb a comolele new
ii ouint and a determination to make
HIIHHII of it patroui.
Publinbed Every Morning,
It will embrar la ft colnmaa dally
Mayor Henry Winter.
Treasurer B. K. Parker.
Clerk-J. II. I'hlllle.
t'ouiiaeli.rVVm. B. (illbert.
Mnmhal -4.'. l. Arter.
Atlorner-W. ti. Mc-iec.
Police Mujldtraio J. J. Bird.
ailAMI .If AI.DIIIMCN.
Pint Wanl-lico. Yo. tim. Wm. OTallahan.
H.scoud W aril-Wood KlUunhouMi. N. 11. TbUtle-
Tlilrd Ward-W. P. Wrl?lif. John Wood.
Kourth Wnrd-t'harli a O. i'atier, I. i. Poley.
Filth Wuiu-T. W. llalliday, t baa. Uocuetor.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
of auch character aa we trait thai)
Iprove the eqaal of the rheapeat aad
beat of our conteupurano.
Tlie POLITICAL f AMPAION
now pending I one of great import
ance couaidered In both It National
and Htale aapecta; a fnll Congrea
aiunal delegation will be choaen; a
Leglaiature la to ne eieciea wmco
will determine the aucceeaor to Hon.
K. J. Uglenhy In the Called Htatea
Nenate. Believing tbe aucceaa of tbe
Democratic party to be eeoeutial to
the malntalnanre of rood eoveru-
ernmeut. the Bulletin will alwaya be
found advocating Ita raeuure ana
laborlm for the aucceea of ita repre-
enlalive. To promote tbeae dealra
lile rnda every bemocrat abould ex;
ert blmneir in dieaeuiinatiag the
truth of bi party, and in no way
can tbla be more effectually done
than by the circulation of hi borne
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Advertising- ttatea !
Plrat Inaerllon. D.-r oouare 11 .Oil
ror one weca, peraqnare a.w
For two wcckH, per aquara 4.50
For three week., per qnare.... (.UO
For one month, per aquaro T OO
Kacu additional aqtiare 4.vu
RlL'ht I Inea of nonpareil (wild)
conxtlttite a aquam.
DlKlilayed advertlnemeuta will b
rhurged accord lug to the apace, at
anove rate mere oeing twelve uuea
of milld type to the Inch.
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centH inirllne for flr.t liiHerlloti; live
cent" Tor eacn atthequent liiaerllotl.
Notice of dentliM and marriage
twenty renla pur line,
All letter and and rommtiulciitloti)
abould lie utldreHaed 10
Clrenlt .liidgo- D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Keavea.
County Judge K. N. Yocum.
County Cl.-rk . J. Ilnmm.
County Attorney W. C. Malkey.
County Treurer A. J. Aldt-n.
Nherl if Peter Haup.
coroner K. Mtzgeia.r..
Brown. Geo. W. Kammona.
County CommiM!iitere-T. W. Ha'.lltlay, V. V
A FRICAM M. K.-Fonrteenth atreet, betw:n
Tlie. Cairo Bulletin
JNO. H.OIII'.III.Y.di n'l Muimsfi'.
alnut and Cedar trneu: aervi.ee habbath 11
a. m. am rt 7:W p. to. i Handay richool 1:50 p. m.
(-IHKISTIAK-Elgbteenth alriHit; meeting 6ab
J bulb 10 Sp. m.; prearhlng occa'ionally.
C(!I'M OF THI 1 RKDKEMKR (Eplacopal)
Fourteenth atreet; Moruiug prayera (Habbatb)
III: a. m.: evening prayera. 7:l p.m.; Habbatb
cbool 9 a. ro. Kef. hi. J. lilllon-Lee. Rector.
I.MRHT MISKIOSARY BAITIST CIICRCH.
y Prea-blng at lti:l a. in., II p. m.. and 7:30 p. m.
habbatb atboul at 7:: p. m. Kev. T. J. Hhoree,
rlTIIKUAN-Thlrtoenth atreet; rorvica Kab
J bath II a. m. nd"::i p. m.; huuriay a.hool 9a.
in. Jtcv. Duciac.hner, oaator.
METI10I)IT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut atreet ;
Preaching (labhath 10 : a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wedneadar 7:80 p. m.; bunday
School, S p. m. Rev. A. P. Morriaon. paator.
1UE8BYTERI AN Eighth itreet: preaching on
Uahbath at 10::w a. in. and 7: p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; riunday hchool
at i p.m. Hev. B. V. (jeorge, palor.
SECOND KHEE WILL BAPTIST - Fifteerth
tn-et. between Walnnt and Cedar Hreete; aer
vicea Habbatb at A and 7:30 p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Roman t atbol.c) Corner Croe
and Walnut atreete; aervicca Sabbath 10:30a.
m.; Sunday School at t p. ni.; Veapiri S p. m.; aer
ticea every day at H p. n).
ST. PATKH'K'S-t Roman Cathohe) Corner Klnth
atreet and Waablngton aenua; :rTice Sab
bath B and 10 a. m. : Vueoera S D. m. . Bandar School
t p. m. ; aervicr every day at B p. m. Rev. P. Eabei,
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
AVells & Kektii,
a niiKrt thi
ti i r ,i; i ror WnatrMi. ra.
British America Tti!io
Ifillvilla'Ff d Marine (Mtllvllle, K.J.)
iu ill vaiiv , Aaeeta, l,4t.7.04.
Commercial jJ? .
ITninn ' (f Pbiladnlphla; eeUbliabed ia 1M.)
UIUOI1 1 Aawl, 3W,ltt2 .00.
VitHimaial. . (Of Dayton, O.V
(Of PreeoorL 111 V
RI8K8 WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
Offloe in Alexander Ominty Bank.
3 I $
a m w
5 3 3
w p &s
D1AI.IH I If
FL0UK, GRAI5 AND HAT
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiffliest Cauli Prit Paid for Wheat.
T TINKLE, THISTLEWOOD
Farmers' Tobaeco Warehouse
Oeucral Commission Mcrrhant,
No. ItSI aid 1SIT Comuter- I P. tun Trie
vial Avenue VAJKU, 1I.I.S
f IBRKAL Advancemenla made onCoalgnment
IJ of Tubacco, Ploar aud tirnln.
J AC0B WALTER,
AND- , '
13oalcjr iii LVosh Meat
EIGHT STREET, .
lli'tvMu VnHlilnjiIii titiil Coin
ni.M'clnl Ay., adjoining lltittnyH,
1 KB I'M for wilellie,bet lleef. Pork. Million. Venl
V I.iiiiiIi, riiuioug.., ' anil I pivparuit toerv
nunllli'i. It) tin n.'i-.-iitiiiilo liianner,
Liveiipooi, Novi'diIkt U, 2:00 p, M.
Wieat Winler, 6 1 ltl9 2. ; Spring,
7s lM(&0s. 6J; California avpragc, Oh S.l
Oh lid; California dub, IX 101&10s 'i.
Corn new 2Jh 0d(g.24.'
NHW YORK CRAfX.
New York, November 11, 12:00 r. m.
Wheat Steady No. 2, Clibigo, 9ta97:
No. 2 Milwaukee, 09S,1 ; Red Winter, 88
1 07; Amber, 98gl 07; No. 2, Red
Wiuter, )1 07611 074'. Cora Steady
steBmer, No. 3, M; No. 2,
atK'rt')'l tliat the Ruwinns have reoccupied
the district rf Malgara, ncur the Gulf of
a pea( hwh ftoi.rnoN probable.
Bombay, NovemUr 10. The Times, of
India, wiys Iiojx h are entt rtained at Simlny
of a peaceful solution of the Aiymn di.H
eulty. It is (tippoKed Rtihaia is c-MTcixiitK
a pressure ujion the Amir with this object.
Thn Ameer, moreover, disjiairu of auceew
uaimtt the British. The Connnantler-in-
hief of the British forces has started for
Peshawur. General Brown's division will
strike tho first blow, if war is declared.
FROM Tin; NATIONAL CAPITAL.
.-. ' CHICA'IO OKAIX ASI) I'SODL'LK.
CmtAowNovemlier 11, 10:00 a.m. Corn
December, !IJ?(J asked; January. Cl
askeu; 3lny, l orn Detent iK-r,fi .0;
JanuaiT, $8 02(24 03. Wheat Novem
ber, 81 asked; December, 81 e ( S2: Jan
uary, W2 asked.
Cuicauu, November 11. 12 m. Corn-
November, 31 4 bid; December, 9lf&
Pork Decemlcr, $0 75; January,
$8 028 05. Wheat -Decem)er, 82
g82J4i January, 83 atked.
Cmc aw), November 11, 2:30 p.m. Corn
December and January, 31Jsrl31?4; May,
Si Yt asked; Pork December, 77 J
January, 8 05$8 07J.a'. Wheat, Decern-
ber, 82 bid.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
BELATED ELECTION RETURNS.
THE CZAR WILL OBSERVE THE BERLIN
THEATY A PEACEFUL SOLUTION OP THE
AFGHAN DIFFICULTY PROBABLE ETC.
Norfolk, Va., November 19. A pecial
from ElizaU-th, N. C, mates that Martin,
Republican, has been elected to congress
from the first district by 150 to 200 major
ity, defeating Jesse Yates.
Jacksonville, Fla.. NovemberlO. The
election of Bisbee, Republican, w now cou
ceded by aliout 225 majority.
ILLINOIS CAPITAL NOTES.
Springfield, III., November, 9 Got
ernor Cullom to-day issued his proclama
tion designating Thursday, the 28th,
instant, aa a thanksgiving, and called upon
the people of the State to give it due obser
The official count of the Forty-second
District, received here to-day, shows that
Jones and Nichols, Republicans, and
Hinckley, Democrat, were elected. The
Republicans count on a majority of one in
the Senate and three in the lower-House,
This, however, is not conceded by Demo
CHANGE IN FREIGHT RATES.
New Yoke, Novemlwr 10. At the con
ference of trunk linea and western railroad
managers yesterday it was determined to
advance rates 5 per cent, on all eastward
bound grain and freight of the fourth class
the change to take effect on the 25th of the
present month. Westward rates were not
FIRE AT CAPE MAT.
Cape Mat, N. J. November 10. The
fire-fiend had a day's revel here yesterday
among the hotels and cottages, The burn
ed district embraces about 40 acres, and the
loss will not fall short of $400,000, about
one-half of which is covered by insurance.
TOM SCOTT INPANK.
Chicago, September, 9. A special to the
Tribune from Pittsburg says that a gentle
man well-known in railroad circles has ar
rived there from Philadelphia, who states
that Col. Thomas A. Scott was stricken
with paralysis five days before his depart
ure for Europe: that he was secretly con
ducted by his friends to a steamer and put
on board after her ostensible departure;
that his mind ia fatally shattered; and
that he will never again be ablo to dis
charge the duties of his high office.
THE CZAR'S PROMISES.
Berlin, November 10. TheCrar haa re
newed his principal assurances made to
Germany, and has ordered Count Schouva
loft" to return to London as an earnest of his
good will toward England. In explicit
tunns he has solemnly promised a faithful
and complete execution of the treaty of
Berlin. , , ,
RUSSIA'S ADHERENCE TO TUK BEKIJN
London, November 10.- It Is considered
ia official circles that Russia must adhere
solely to tho "treaty of Berlin, whatever
events may arise in Turkey. It is certain
that Russia earnestly desires an under
standing with England, Istth in Europe and
Asia, to fix tho limits of their rropcotivo in
fluence ' ' i
A I'di'grum from Constftliliiinple says It Is
DEMOCRATIC ASCENDENCY MAINTAINED
DEMOCRATIC DUTY THE SOLID NORTH VS.
THE SOLID SOUTH THE OBNOXIOUS PACI FIC
RAILROAD COMBINATION, AND OTHEH MAT
TERS. Washiw.ton, November 9, 1878.
Whatever elbc was done or left undone
In thn late flections iu thirty-outs- states,
Democratic control of the house of Repre
sentatives was not inteirupted, and it is
now certain that that party will have a ma
jority m lwth house and senate for two
years ut least from the 4th of March next.
An agreeable feature of'L'ie result, tiBid
from this, is the re-election to the house of
a good many Democrats of ability, charac
ter and legislative experience. Results less
pleasant to contemplate are the foolish
quarrels in New York anil other states,
which not only threatens to disturb the har
mony of tlie party on future and more im
portant occasions, but have caused serious
losses at this time.
At this time it is not possible to give
many details, of the results, but it is safe to
say that we have not gained so much as at
one time seemed probable, or lost as heavily
as many of late seemed to fear we would
New York is It'imblican, insuring tho
return of Conklin:; to tho Senate. So is
Pennsylvania, which equally assures the re
turn of Don Cameron. The regular Republi
can candidate for Governor is electetl In Mas
sachusetts, beating Butler. Tho latter had
nearly the whole opposition vote. In these
and other Eastern States the Republicans
train uonyrcssmcn. In tlie soutn ana
West, generally tne reverse is the fact.
It is now the duty of Democratic Sena
tors and Renresi ntatives to show that they
are worthy of the trust to le held by them
in the near future. The next and final ses
sion of the Forty-fifth Congress will give
them tlie opportunity; and they arc bound
so to act that when the Forty-sixth shall
meet the first session of a Democratic
Congress in twenty years they shall find
the party united and harmonious. What
should be done to bring this about, and to
strengthen the parry with the people will
require all the wisdom of tho best men we
have, and tlie lessons should be given as
soon aa possible.
The Republican of this morning claims that
the result indicates a coming "solid North"
against a "solid South." This is not only
false in fact, but is vicious and unpatriotic
in intention. Sectional questions were
hardly considered in the election, and it
seems certain that if the Radicals had giv
en more attention to them the result would
have been a loss to their part. They
fought the battle on the false but plausible
claim that they alone believed in "honest
money." Not until late in the fight, am:
then only in certain localities, was much
said of the Southern question.
Great indignation is expressed, especially
among representatives from the south rela
tivc to the combination of the so-called
Southern Pacific railroad company with the
Atchison, Topcka & Santa Fe company on
this side, by which the south is to be cheat
ed, if possible, out of a southern trans-conti
nental line and the present monopoly of
tradu is to bo further strengthened. But
this will not have tho effect the ring mas
tcrs hope. It has aroused an indignation
in the south and east which united with the
desire of the government and the California
people to break this grand monopoly, will
probably result in constructing an inde
pendent line. Many who have been op
posed to government interference before are
now urging that congress should help tho
Texas & Pacific company to put their road
through at once. Besides opening a rich
country to settlement, this would bring tho
Huntington-Gould rings to terms.
Thkrmalinb cures all lorms of malaria
such as chills and fever, bilious fever,
swamp fever, etc. As a prcventitive, it is
the best safegaurd in cities where fevers
are prevalent, if taken in time. Ask your
druggist for Thermalinc. Twenty-five
cents per box. Mailed free on receipt of
price by Duntlas, Dick & Co., 37 Wooster
street, New York .
The Tidy Housewife. The careful, tidy
housewife, when sho is giving her house its
spring cleaning, should bear in mind that
tho. dear inmates of her house are more pre
cious than houses, and that their systems
need cleansing by purifying the blood, reg
ulating tho stomach mid bowels to prevent
and euro the disease arising from spring
nmlurhi i ml miasma, and she should know
that thero is nothing that will do it so iter
fectly and surely as Hop Bitters, tho purest
and best of all medicines. See other col
u 111.1. "'' ' 1 ' .
THE MIRACLE OF CENTURIES.
THE JEWS AND THEIR REMARKABLE PLACE
, IN TDK WORJJj's UI8TORY.
The following strikinu pussaco occurs in
a paper on "The Gathering of Israel," read
y Bishop icliolmm, ot Philadelphia, be
fore tho Prophetic Conference:
Can tho world show anythinir like ifi
Twice 1,800 years old, they saw the proud
Egyptian pensii iu the ite.l St-a; they heard
the fall of great Babylon 's power; they wit
nessed the ruins of "the Hyro-Mucedonian
conquests. And now they have outlived
the Cn-sars, and outli v.sl theilarkages. They
have been through all civilizations, shar
ed in all convulsions, and have kept pace
with tne enure progress ot discovery and art.
And here they stand to-day, as distinct t;s
as ever, occupying no country ot their own.
scattered through all countries Identical iu
their immemorial physiognomy, earth's men
of destiny, , before the venerableness of
whoso pedigree the proudest escutcheons of
mankind are but as trifles of yesterday.
But have they suffereil severely t Tliey .
have been banished from place,. Swished
and recalled, and banished again. By tlie
code of Justinian, thry were incupuble of
executing wills, of testifying in courts of
justice, ot having social and public worship.
1 lie Koran ot Maiiouiet stifrmati7.es them as
wild dogs; the Romish church excommuni
cated any one who held intercourse with
them ; the Greek church uttered itnnthemii
still more severe. They have been forced
to dissemble to save their lives, and now,
in tins nineteenth century they are a suf
fering people still, but still as indissoluble
But now all this is not according to the
established course of nations. The north
cm tribes came into Southern Europe, and
are now not at all distinguishable. No
Englishman catisny that he derives from
the Britons and not from the Romans, or
from the Saxons and not from the Normans.
On tho contary, the Jew is a Jew still.
Even our own all-appropriating country,
which denationalizes Germans, Irish,
French, Spaniards, Finns, Swedes, has left
untouched this wondrous people. Here
they are, holding fast to that one tell
tale face, keeping up tlie sacred
learning of their traditions, self
conscious in their isolation, irrepres
sible in their love of Jerusalem, sublime
in their singular patriotism, ever
more looking and longing for their Mes
siah, the samo intense individuality as
when, lords of the soil, they plucked his
truitlrom the trees ot Jutlea. And, what
is more, these world-wanderers of the cen
turies, these trilies of the weary toot, have
not only survived, but have now risen again
as an element of power among mankind.
The Jew is the banker of the world; he is
among the foremost, whether in literature,
or science, or government. In witchery of
song unsurpassed, he enchants the world
with some of the sweetest music it ever
heard. Surely he is the standing miracle
of the world's current history : the bush of
Moses, ever burning, but never consumed.
Consumption Cured. An old physician,
retired from practice, Iiavirig hud placed
in his hands by an East India mission
ary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy, for the speedy and permanent cure
for consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asth
ma, and all throat and lung affections, also
a positive and radical cure for nervous de
bility and all nervous complaints, after
having tested its wonderful curative pow
ers in thousands of cases, has felt it his
duty to make it known to his suffering fel
lows. Actuated by this motive, and a de
sire to relieve human suffering, I will send,,
free of chargo, to all who desire it, this re
cipe, with full directions for preparing and
using, in German, French, or English. Sent
by mail by addressing with staaip, naming
this paper, W. W. Sl.erar, 149 Powers'
Block, Rochester, New York.
An Astonishing Fact. A large propor
tion of the American people are to-day suf
fering from the effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the masses of intelligent and valuable
people is more alarming, making life actu
ally a burden instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
aside prejudice and skepticism, take the
sdvico of druggists and your friends, and
try one bottle of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine have been given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults in every case. You can buy a sample
liottle for ten cents to try. Three doses will
relieve the worst case. Positively sold by
all druggists on tho Western Continent.
One of tho thieves who stole the body of
millionaire Stewart dropped a copy of the
New York Herald. The Herald will now
see what it has brought at least one of its
readers to. Let it reform at once, Let it
become permanently democratic Louis
Pompeii. Excavations at Pompeii prove
the city to have- been ouo of the most fash
ionable and beautiful of Roman summer
resorts, and but for the eruption it might
have remained so to this day, As with
Pompeii, so with thousands of pcoplo who
have beauty of form and feature. They
might always bo admired but for the erup
tion, that makes the face unsightly, ami
betrays tho presence of scrofula, virulent
blood poisons, or general debility. There
is but ono remedy that positively cures
these affections, and that remedy is Dr.'
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is
tho best known tonic, alterative and re
solvent. It speedily cures pimples, blotch
es, liver spots, mid all diseases arising from
Impoverished or impure blood. It ulso
cures dyspepsia, mid regulates the liver und
bowels. Sold by druggists.
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