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CAIRO, - ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMRER U, 170.
NEW SEMES-NO. 151
Arrival and Departure of Truinn. .
ILLINOIS CENT UAL HAILUOAD.
Kxiirt-M 2:00 p.m. 1 :lo t.m.
Mall t in. II (r.i.m.
t rulidil" A:lflam 4:00a.m.
I'reliMitt ll:;)Op.m. &:OJn.m.
CAIRO AND V1SCKN.NES KAII.KOAD.
. r Arrlvu. Depart.
lll iO:W)p.m. 4:a.m.
kt. lulls, i. m.a.m bol'tiikhn railroad.
, l.ijiri M IS:Ola.tn. :ljp.m.
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS HAII.KUAD.
'I'll rim nh Kxpre 5:1 j p in. 1ft Hi a.m.
HuriihynlMiri) Arcuininmlllon.1l!:,Vi.tu, tclilp.m.
kawpi Hnmlajr. ttUcMpt Munduy.
ENEHAL DELIVKKY opca .an . m.; cloaua
VI :Hi)p.in.; Huiidav: A lo a. m.
U01117 Order lii'pirimeiitopvu at 8 a. m.; cloaea
at .1 p. ni.
'Pbriiiiifh RxpreM Mall via llllnola Central and
lllll ('mitral Kiillruail done at lit:) p. vn.
I'alru ami Poplar liluff ThrmijjU and Way Mall
i!iuw at I'MWp. m.
Wmjf Mall via Illlnoln Central, 4'nfro and Via
i:tniM anil Ml.aliipl Lonlral JUillruail cloa at
Way Mall for Narrow Uauuo lUllroml clorua it S
Cairo and Kvati'vllln UlverUoulv c!oet at t:9)
. iu. dnliy (eice.pt Friday).
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortwt and Quickest lloute to
Ht. Louis and Chicago
M'lIE only road raonlnr two dally train from Cairo
X tnaklUK direct cuutnxtlon with Kwu-rs Udi.
mm uus caimii.
1 :10 p. m. : Fat rxprv., arriving la Hi. I-ouU :.M
i. m.; ChlriS:")a. m.
!.!0 p. m. CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE
Arrltlufln Cincinnati at 7:00 a. m.; Lonlavlll.
a. in.; Indlanapolia 4:15 a. m. PaeiiK-ri bj
tula tralu arrif al above point,
12 TO 30 HOURS IN' ADVANCE
Of any other rente.
1 f . I r p. an. Pant Mall, with alecpera at tached.for
1 1 i) ST. LOl'lS anil I'HWAtiO. arrWiou In ht.
lxiulaat ilia in ; Chlcxo at A:45 p. m.. eouuerl
nil at (Mln or KSlaghani for Cincinnati, IuuL lllo
FAST TIME EAST. .
P A CSV VriVl?5i'' thin line to thruotfh
1 iVOOrji.UrlVrOt(, llM) .t without any
delay ranted hy Sunday InU-nrenlnt'. The Haiur
day afternoon train from Cairo arrifre in New York
Miiaday morning at 103. Tbtrty-ix hour ia ad
tame of anT other root.
W Adrtlnienu of eompetlnir llnee that they
make belter time than thie one are tned either
Ibmsirb ignorance or a deaire mmlHead the pnbllc.
Far throngs tlrkel and Infnrmatiou apply al 1111
DoW Central Kallroad rlrpnl, Cairo.
TRAINS AliKIYK AT CAIRO:
Einreea t:) p m.
I Mall 4Kliam.
J AS. JOHNSON, lien I tioutliern S I.
J. II. JOSKf, Ticket Aitunt.
(JAIRO ct ST. LOUIS R. R
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
'Pll E tralna br thl road connect at St. Lonla and
1 Kiwi Ht. l.oul with all other lluca to the K AT,
N'OKIH AND HOCTII.
Thronch etpn-M learee Cairo 10:00 a.m.
"U 'rbroumi rxprraa arrive at Eat l. Lonla atop.m.
I Marphynhoro atxommodatlon leaura ( aim V:H p.m.
MorpbyMioro acc. arrlvo at Muriibvuboro 8:.'i5 p.m.
I Tbmuxh csprena leave, r.aai i. ujuii b..i.iii.
l lirouKh eipreM arrives ai iiro a.i.i.m.
Murphvunomacc. leavea Mnrphyahoro ... 5:0a.m.
Mnrpbyaboro ac. arrlveii at Cairo 12:fD p.m.
Tt,f pf I)L'I' TUB Cairo and Ht. Lonla
JirJlrj.lIrl.illlllrolui I. the only ALL
ltAILIHll'TE between Cairo and Ht. Loula nmler
one management: therefore there are no delava at
w ay etatlona awaiting connection from other line,.
iff Haaaenicer going North. Northeantand Wuat
bimld not buy their tickuta until they have exam
iued our rate and route.
L. V. JOIISSON. Oeneral Mannger.
C..T. WIIITI.OCK. I'ai..i nger Agent.
JNO. K. WISSIDN. Freight Agent.
t5AIROfe VIXCEXNES R. R.
l' UTTVaTllE SHORTEST KOl'TE TO
47 lriT THE K1IOKTKST TO I.oriH
li JI I liTjn ti i .n. i li lNNA' l. HAL-
I T11I0K AND S'AfllINtT(JN.
OJ HffTlTHK SIIOIiTEST TO INDIAN-
if Mllirin AI'Ol.IS.I'illl.ADEI.I'lllA.NtW
VOKK AND 110STON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other rontea mnklug Iho anme
f V PaHKfiiger hr othrr route to make connec
tion nniKt rule all' night, waiting from one to lx
hour at mall cuuniry etutloim for tralna of con
t) Vf Vf UVliTIIEFAin" and tako our 4:45
ItriULi Jill Hi IV s. m. trei, reaching Kvatm
Ylllo, Indlanapolia. Cliietnnatl and Lonivllln amo
riar. Train leave and arrive at Cairo ai follow :
Mall leavea ,4,: m'
Mail arrVve , ...10:i1p.m.
Thraugh ticket and checka to all important
p'a" MILLER , KOSWELL MILI.EIt.
Oeni Hn. Agent. t.uneral Sup t,
L. B. CHrltCU. Pnaacnger Ageut.
gT. L., I. M. cfe SOUTHERN.
IjiSi if iii
Kxpre, leavea Cairo dally 8:00 p.m.
Xxprea arrive, at Cairo dally am.
DYEING AND RENOVATING.
yOUR OLD CLOTHES
CAN U1I HI Aim FULLY '
DYE'D Oil ItEPAIltED
At a Trilling Expce-4i 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 80 EIGHTH ST.
taT" Ladles atdUouta'oldhiImadenew
' gWDVEHTIHKJilRNT. ,
A D V A. IN" rr
llpU l I X
THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD!
Over other Ri llnrtl I'rovIuotH of Petroleum
FOR ALL ILLUMINATING PURPOSES.
Pcmoiii wlio have neither time nor lnclinntmn tn invftijjato the peculiar merits of the
rariou.4 grades of Rcfliivtl PHrvlouni, wlt why
E L A
THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL,
150" KaLrcnheit Fire Tent,
Is Safer an'l Better than Other
CAN NOT 13 U
And is the very Highest Orade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of
manufacture, Lvery Impurity Has IJeen hllinnnHted. tlaino is Free Irom
ll"iiiiie and Pnraffinc. In Vat, Elaine is Spring Water White,
and its " Fire Test" is So Hij;h us to make it as Alwolutely
;. Safe us any Illuminant Known. Having No Dis-
ittrreealilo Odor. Elaine is Pleasant Oil
For Family use.
IT DOES NOT INCIU'ST THE WICK!
, . i .
And thus is avoided its Frnmcut Retriiuming.
CAUTION should he used in the purchase of Elaine, as its great und glowing
Mipulunty has induced the introduction ot imitations.
ASK FOR IT. VSE NO OTHER OIL IN YOUR LAMPS !
wik)i;esaei: a hints.
We hne decided to make onr great Holiday dlplay immediately, in order to obviate tho Inconvenience
of boppi!i durlug the week preceding Chrirtaiua. So our cnMomera 111 fludniany attrw tiona of
BOOTS and SHOES
In ever' department. Our Mock Ik tho
Largest and Finest Ever Shown in the Citv !
No one. If they will conult their own Ir.tereat, will lniy one dol'ar' worth of Hoot and Shoe, untl
they have eeii our
liniiiciiso Stock and Learned Our I'ricts.
We can at lea! n yon twenty-five cent on every dollar, healdea you will have llic ndvnntiige of our
LARGE STOCK AND ELEGANT STYLES
To elect from. Note the following Price
' strong working f hoe
' trong ktp hoot
1 ;:Tr. 9 ()
g Urn. :i iw
'i ifit, 'i Ml
8 (:, S M
5 Mft Oit
1 HH..4 (1
1 rrv.4 8 (HI
S S Oil
1 T,V(6 12
lioine niaue kin nool
' calf boot
calf hand nindu hoot
. calf hnnd made rowed boot,
' en If Demi I'edre
'n call' Alexin
' calf hnnd mndu
hand embroidi red alitiper..
!' hnnd emlinildered llppr
e muiocco huwcJ bUik'b...,
13 LACK'S CITY SlrlOT STROKE,
140 COMMERCIAL A. VIRTUE.
TEAV YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TH8 CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth afreet and I Poiiia Til
Commercial Av ( ..III I If, III.
fO.O. PATIEll & CO.
'A. G hi B O F
I :N K !
Oil? It is Ixxiausc Elaine
lXPLO D IiD !
Lift, and call and ee the good advertlxed.
Ladle' kid lde-lnca $ 1 2.1
I.ailies' kid button B 1 n
l.adic V C kid. biitlon, cloth top A Ml
I. Milieu' Kreurh button, cloth top i mtil 4 50
Mlea'gooil of like kind g,r?(.'lc pur pair lee.
Children morocco or kid hoe 75
Children' morocco or kid, T to lus no
lloy'f kin boot 1 ,W0 2 no
Hoy' fair boot 9 OiH 8 00
Youth' ktp boot . 1 gfttA 1 N)
Childreu'a kip boot. Hfi
Children', culf boot 1 0O3 1 W
FLOUR. OKA IN AXI) HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
. Richest Cash Trice raid for Wheat.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
" t LIVKItlHXL 0RA1N. ,
Litrriooim December 12. 'i v. u
Wlitat dull Winter, 8 81((0; Pjirinx
"! 8Jfel)s 4d: California nvcrairc,
Oi 2-l0s CJ; California clul, Us M
0 lltl. Corn nflw S:is 3d. '
NEW TOI1K CHAIN.
New Yuiik, December .'!, 13 Klt'r. u'.
Whi:ttt Quip.t.finn Xo. 2 C1iira,03iiMJ(I ;
No. 2 Milwaukt-p, 0H(3flO0; ltol Winter,
$1 001 07i ; Anilx-r, fl 00Cjl 09;
No.2,Ked Wintur,$l07'4'f?l ()7i. Com
Quid BtenmiT, 45; No. 8, 42;
No. 2,4fl47. Gold, ICO),'.
CIIIL'400 OMAfN AND rROUL'CK.
Chicago, December 13., 10 a. m. Corn
January, 81Jj&81;; May, 03a35j4'
Pork January, $7 75; February, 7 85.
Wheat January, Ttbruary 8f).
Chicaoo, December 13,13:00 m. Pork
January, $7 77Ji7 80; February,
$7 87L,'(o57 90. Corn Janoaiy, 31',' bid;
May, 35 ? akNl. Wltaat January, Sl '
bid; Felruary, 84 bid.
Chicaoo, Diteinber 13, 8:30 r. ii.
Corn January, 31, !,,'(( 31?,' ; Februar)-,
31 4' bid. Wheat January, 82Ji82;
February, 84l4 asked. Pork January,
$7 807 82J; Fol)ruary,$8 1)2,' bid.
Washington, Decnmlicr 1 2. The rumors
of Dtvcn's retirement from the cabinet
have at last taken definite shape, and there
la but little doubt bow that he will accept
the Judgeship in his own state. There is a
great deal of idle speculation as to his sue.
cesser, but nothing is yet known as to the
The chief promoters of the Texas Pacific
Railway are here, and it is quite apparent
that the enterprise is growing in favor
Senator Cnklin 's studied attitude of
disrespect toward IJ..iine during his sM'fch
of yesterday has lost him many friends, and
is considered in very bad taste.
', HAYS' CHANCES.
The confirmation of Postmaster Hays is
still under consideration in the committee,
but it is now believed that the report will
be utmost unanimous in his favor. Mr.
Filley's presence here at this particular
Juncture, seem to have special significance.
in iud ooon.
The Detective bureau is in bad odor, and
certain members of the force have gained
rather an unpleasant notoriety by their
causeless attack upon Senator (,'ouover.
THE EASTERN STORM.
INCREASED KSTIM.VTKS OF THE IXJSS TO ITU
I.IC AND ritlVATE INTKUESTS.
Sprixofield, Mass., Decemln-r 12. The
loss by the storm in western Massachusetts
increases as communication is re-cstab'
lished. The losses in Westtield alone, in
cluding roads, railroads, and private prop,
erty. are 500,000.
Osweoo, N. Y., December 12. The rain
fall here during the recent storm was 4)'
inches. The streets and cellars in the out
skirts rc flooded. A portion of the east
pier near the fort is washed awuy, and tele
graphic communication with Syracuso in
terrupted. The Walkill Valley railroad
trains are abandoned except one each way.
Lowell, December 12. The water in
the Merrimnc and Coneoul rivers stand
ten feet above Pawtueket dam. Middle
sex and Prescott mills closed.
PATEWiON, N. .1.
Patkusox, DeccmlxT 12. Owing to tho
freshet in tho Passaic river, numbers of
mills have stopped.
WILKES I1ARRE, PA.
WiLKESiiAituE, December 12 The coal
miners have suspended owing to floods in
the Susquehanna river. A portion of
South Wilkcsbarre, and the mammoth
gas-house, are submerged. '
Lawiiexce, December 12. All mills but
two In tho city have suspended, and those
two have partly closed, owing to high
water in the river, which now passes over
Pittston, December 12. The Susque
hanna is still rising a little. Damage to
the Lehigh Valley Railroad is immense.
TWO MEN HUllNED ALtVB 11T A MOB IN
Chicago, December 12. A dispatch
from Omaha says, two men named Kit
chum and Mitchell, accused of stealing
stock, and ,who recently killed a herder
named Stevens, who was trying to arrest
them, were on Tuesday night taken from
tho sheriff of Custer county and his posse,
by a mob of armed men, who tied them
to a true, and burned them both to death.
The mob was composed of twenty-flvo
men, nearly all herders, and masked.
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy Tobacco.
HKDJCKU API'HOI'niATIOXS TO UK THE Itfl.K
'--THK I1LATANT, 11KLI.KIEIIEXT IH.AIXB
TUKASI.ItY SKCIIET SERVICE NOT A HOI.ID
SOCTH THE ELWnillO 1.IUIIT, ETC.
. JJ'akhisotdn, December II, 1878.
The liouwwill not get all the appropria
tion bills through in tin three weeks before
holiday adjournment, but it will mitko
more firngress than has been made of late
years. If Secretary Sherman's influence is
potent in the senate, that body will accept
'the bills almost exactly as the house pusses
them. Tho secretary, like every other sen
sible man, believes that as the early attempt
to resume specie payments is n fixed fact,
it will be better to make it with congress
and the people, as far as possible, free from
unnecessary political excitement. That is
a narrow view of tho subject, which sees
only that phrely financial legislation is now
dangerous. Substantial and hearty agree
ment upon reduced appropriations will en
courage tho peoplo to believe in long prom
ised relief, and thus do much to' Ml' oft
those uneasy politicians whokecpthe coun
try in discontent nnd confusion.
Ex-Senator Morrill, o Maine, yerday
gave his views on the subject of the Indian
transfer. He docs not believe in it. Neith
er docs he believo in tho present system of
managing Indians, Ho thinks, as nearly
ly as can be made out from his printed
views, 'that they should be "localized" and
"educated," so that in the future, when they
have to give up their lands to tho whites,
they wil be ready and willing. Mr. Mor
rill's opinions do not receive as much at
tention here as they formerly did.
To-morrow Mr. Blaine speaks on his
Southern intimidation resolution. Mr.
Thurman and a Southern senator, probably
Mr. Gordon, will speak on the subject. The
investigation, if any is ordered, will doubt
less be made general.
The investigation into Senator Conover's
connection with the loss of of an enrolled
bill during the last session promises
to perform the good work of forcing
un investigation of the treasury service
service force. The chnnre against tho sen
ator came from tho acting chief of that
force. Even the needed work of such an
organization is not looked on kindly by the
American people, but it is known that some
and believed.that many of the treasury de
tectives have used their oflico as a cover fur
blackmailing and other disgraceful pur
poses. A rigid investigation would do no
Senator Lamar seems to fear that thero
is not a "solid south" on the subject at least.
Speaking of the bill to give government
recognition to the Texas Pacific R. R., he
says: "It is a fair, judicious, efficient and
well guarded measure which will do what
the south needs and all that it needs. I be
lieve that it can be passed, and passed now
if the south unites to ask for it. If
want of union or local jealousies at the
south let this opportunity go by I
do not believe that a southern pacieli
connection, independent and competing,
will be secured. It would be strange, in
deed, if the South could not bo "solid" on a
subject so vital to her material interests.
The practical North secured enormous gov
ernment subsidies for two Pacific roads,
simply by uniting in their support. Some
of that highest statrsmanship, known as
common sense, should be brought to bear
upon this subject in the south.
Mr. Edison is to have a patent for bis el
ectric light after all. The old "Ohio idee"
on the subject, which was supposed to an
ticipate the main features of Edisou's dis
covery, is found not to do so, and that Ed
ison has not even-availed himself of uny
purt of the former invention.
The ladies sing "iu the sweet 'buy' and
'buy' we will meet iu that beautiful store,"
nnd we certainly can raise no objection.
Hut reinamber the little ones at home nnd
do not leave the nurse without a bottle of
Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup.
Real Good Reading for Intelligent Col
HOW TIIET WEUK ROllHEl) BY THE KEITH
LICAX LEADERS WHO AFFECTED SUCH PA
RENTAL CONCKRX FOB THEIU HAPPINESS
A DA.MSINO CHAPTER OF IIEPLUI.ICAN
In introducing his resolution of inquiry
into the affairs of the late Frecdmcu's bunk,
Senator Morrill remarked that it was his
opinion that "tho original managers of tho
bank should have been criminally prose
cuted; but now," he continued, "I suppose
it is too late."
Upon this text the New York Sun dis
courses as follows:
The first charter of this bank, or, more
properly. "Savings and Trust Company,"
required its investments to bo mado in
bonds of the United States, and prevented
any form of speculation. The deposits of
the poor freedmen were secure, and they
had entire confidence in the Board of Di
rection, among whom were some of tho
most eminent philanthropists. When the
Washington King and their confederates
cast covetous eyes on tho savings of tho
colored people, they got this charter amend
ed so as to open the door to tiu frauds that
wero subsequently perpi ir.ited. Moreover,
they established branches in different parts
of the country, ; which returned their de
posits to the central bank at Washington,
so that tho bulk of tho hard earnings which
the negroes had saved were thus put at tho
mercy of mi organized gang of thieves.
Willi this haiuhtti (len. Howard and other
like patriots were in close affiliation. '
The purpose of this radical change in fhe
charter, which took away from the bank
its distinctive character of security.' was
..I..:.. :. .... . ii . . ... J I . .
I ''""i on lacejiiiit. .Tir, Morrill and lii-i
Kcpuiilican tnends. w honowatfect so much
concern for the freedmen, whom thev ileliv-
i-ioi ou r, Doumi nann ami loot, to the
spoilers, rtuhed it through without inquiry.
Obedii nt to the dictation of a ring of jol
liers, they let the colored brother slide, in
order to till die pockets of scoundrels, who
were snouting loudest for tint rights of tho
black man while stealing his savings.
After the exposure of the frauds and rob
bery of the bunk, not a hand was lifted
cither to prosecute this criminals or to re
cover any part of tho money they had stolen.
wen. ttrani was then at the head of the gov
ernment, backed by large Republican ma
jorities in congress: lien. 'Howard. Bin
Shepherd, Mr. Kilboum and '.ho crew who
had brought the bank to rum. were all pow
erful at tho white houso and in congress.
ana they prevented nny action by which
tho guilty would bo held to account. An
act was passed 1V 1874, suthori.ing three
cpinmisMioners to wind up thrfffiiir of tho
institution, and they were billeted -on the
remaining assets at 13,000. a year each.
Two of the three have never pretended to
do nny work at all, but have each given
.)fl0 of their salary to the third for attend
ing to the huMiicss, and one of them, Chor,
penning Cresswell, was at the same time
drawing large pay as the attorney for the
government before the court for settling tho
When criminal prosecutions nre barred
by the statue of limitations, and the Ring
thieves have come to grief, Mr. Morrill
mournfully tells the senate, "It is now
too late; Why did not the pretended
friends of the freedmen, who, on all occa
sions, are so clamorous for their votes,
and who take such peculiar interest in
their political rights, show some zeal to
protect, their proporty, und .to punish the
scoundrels who have gutted the bunk and
carried off the money in its vaults
It is now proposed to tax tho people for
the Ring plunder, by the real estate, which
was purchosed by the bank in defiance
of even the amended charter; nnd secondly
by paying interest on the balances which
have from time to time accumulated in
the hand of the commissioners, and from
which the depositors have derived no
benefit, inasmuch ns this fund is not iipnli
.cTl, without legislation, until suflicicnt sum
js'nt command to pay a dividend of twenty
This precious scheme will prolmbl pss
the Senate, and the Washington Ring may
bo expected to have another carnival,
such as signalized their advent to power
seven years ago. At the same time, Mr.
Morrill anil other Republican leaders can
set up a new claim to the gratitude of the
It must be good, for everybody recom
mends it, und the doctors prescribe it. Wo
mean Dr. Bull.s Cough Syrup. Price 25
Scourging a Naked Woman.
A SCENE THAT DISORAt'EH THE AOE IX WHICH
The followiiu; particulars ot a woman
whipping case, under the laws of Virginia,
were sent from Richmond out by telegraph,
under the very fitting head of "News from
Virginia that will be eagerly published all
over Europe." And why should it not Ihi
published all over Europe, and all over
every other country, where such barbaiou
practices as tin wo detailed are held in exe
cration. It was a most brutal, fiendish
transaction, und unless the people of Vir
ginia are themselves brutulized beyond re
demption, the law that authorizes such sav
agery, will be wiped from the statute books.
The dispatch says: ' .
"In the Richmond police court yesterday,
a woman named Mrs. N ant y Lynch was
sentenced to receive twenty-live lushes for
stealing some pieces of iron from the Chesa
peake and Ohio Railroad Co. Soon after,
she stood in the yard of the city jail, with
her eyes fixed upon the whipping-post, u
stout brown post about seven feet in height
und three feet in circumference. An oflicinl
in the yard called to un attendant, 'Throw
me down that tickler;' when upon a cow
hide about hull' an inch in diameter at the
butt and tapering down to a point, was
tossed into his hand. Nancy shuddered.
The official said, 'Take down your clothes,
"Saiit v, and hug the widder.'
"Must 1 take all otff'
" 'Yes, and hurry up.'
"Nancy unbuttoned her dress in front und
stripped " to the waist, her upper clothing
falling down over her hips, and exposing to
the gaze of the few bystanders, a glossy
skin from shoulders to wuist. In a moment
more she ln:t embraced the 'widder.' or
whipping-post. She gripped the post, her
heiul turned toward the otlicial, and, us he
raised the cowhide, seemed to nerve herself
for tho lashes. Rapidly tho twenty-five
stripes wore laid on, each making 1 horrible
mark on the skin. At first tho victim did
not move; but us the remainder descended
in rapid succession, she writhed und twisted
in agonv, anil the tears poured down her
An Astonishing Fait. A large pn-poi-tion
of tho American people are to-day suf
fering from tho effects of Dyspepsia, or
disordered liver. The result of these diseases
upon the musses of intelligent und vuluable
peoplo is more alarming, making life actu
ally a bunlen instead of a pleasant existence
of enjoyment and usefulness. There is no
good reason for this, if you will only throw
asido prejudice and skepticism, take the
advice of druggists and your friends, and
try one iHittlo of Green's August Flower,
your speedy relief Is certain. Millions of
bottles of this medicine huvo liecn given
away to try its virtues, with satisfactory re
sults in every case. You con buy a sample
bottle for ten emits to try. Three doses wi 1
relieve tho worst citse. Positively sold by
all druggists on the Western Continent,