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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 0, 1879.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
(VKRT WoKNINX OWSDATl IXCtrTKO),
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!iiC to lli'i' space occupied, ut above rate thcru be
nir twelve lines of ..;id pe to Ihe Inch.
To ri'uninr ndv-Tli -i'I h we ofl'er superior Induce
Ti'iitn. boih ns in r:.li- of i-lur.- uui! biniiui-r if
I'.ispliivini: their favors. .....
Local notices tw. my c'lil-' p-rline fur first hser
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'.ion. CotnmuitVctiotis npnn 'abjects of '.ni-r;il lntinft
:o tin- public arc ul ull tinu- iu-c.-(luhlc. liejeclcil
iimuitM rip: will mil li' returned.
Letters mill ctitnniouU' tliolis should be tiddidscj
-Cairo liuMelin. I aim. Ill!iiui."
"mly .Viiniiu;' Pc.ly i" Southern lllinoM
l.iuwnl Circulation l any Daily in
OFFICIAL P.U'Kil OK AI.EXAXDF.lt COUNTY.
M.lt. Huciell, l-VUtnr.
OitAvr's rudicubms speech in Dublin can
have- lint one tneuntn. lie is n eundi'liite
for president, ttinl mistook the means for
uiiiing the friendship nml support of our
Ik Dick GgM'sby's family could huvi) se
cured seat in the Illinois Legislature, his
re-election to the U. S. Senate would be
!isureil. He is said to lie the recognized
father of nineteen children.
One of our St. Lmiis eotetnpnruries is of
tlie opinion that On. Lo'an has the "in
side truck" for the Illinois Senutorship.
"Ho isn't half ns honest a man us Dick
Ogleshy," saitli the mimic uutliority, "hut
hf seems to lince t'le m hiji-hatnl of his par
ty. nnl hesidesthat he has one of the most
mlroit nud ncconip!ihed luhliyists to work
for h.ini,in the person of Mrs. hoan."
Tiik elegant and dainty Cliai lcs Francis
Adams, jr., the only man in America who is
"somebody" for tlie reason, pure and sim
ple, that his father was snmeliodv, has re-t-iirned
his otlice us fiovcrninciit Director of
the Union Pacific railroad. The pay is not
. mMigll. He lloe.-u't jUlloUIlt to much
himself; hut, according to his creed, if the
govern men t wants '1'" wrvicua of (lit sun nf
mi eminent man. it hum pay for tliein
handsomely. Ten thousand n year is mi in
sult t the inemory nl'his father.
Skckktauy Sciiiit. havini,' asked for
specific isfoniiiitioii as to the mismanage
ment of Indian ulLirs. lie lias received it
tiiroutrh Oeueial Sheridan in very plain
i;inl uniiKcessnrily cmplintic lanuae.
Neither Mr. Scluir nor the lnt'ian Cum.
missioner, however, is censured liy (i.'iieral
Sheridan. It is the system lie condemns,
and when we remember the million we
have spent and the meagre results we have
ditained it wiil strike the majority of peo
ple tlmt (it rural Sheridan is pretty near
Vk have watched our cMdmiines seru
tiniingly to leurn if (.'harley Farwell m
seRed any better or other i(Ualitie;itiuii fur
United Slates Senate than his wealth und
alleged akin as a pnker-player: but we
watched in vain. Tic cone!uiion is quite
irresitabh', then foiv, that he is a nu iita!
si'rub, and that if he were u puur num,
ieepinjr n saloon or fruit staml, tin- man
would be laughed to derision wliu',1 men
tion him us lilted fur anything above the
dignity of u Chicago nbleriuau. lint
"money is everything."
SuoL'JJ) the Hayes' cabinet iuuugurati
ft fllinpaign llgaillst the Chinese on the
irroillld of their Jiagallism, the movement
will not win the support of the people. The
system of morals taught by Confucius is
not inferior to that or our own. In tiieb
habits und practices, in their noii-ussiiuilii-tion
with American idea and customs, the
Chinese ure obnoxious, und u u labor ele
ment most ruinous to the luboiing white
Eur these reasons ,hev should he ex-
eluded from th :oiintry, and not because
of their peculiar notions of w hat nuiy or
limy not occur after they pass from the
stage of existence. They never obtrude
their notions upon the imiiee of unyhody
else, and a million ufl'iein would not make
one American convert In loiirleen centuries.
Tu K N. Y. Herald sums up llluine's last
effort for fame in this unfeeling way: "Don
(Quixote Iilaine has mounted the Kusiuante
which lie thinks willbcarhim to the high-
t honors of political knighthood, uinl his
uctin'e initigiiiiitii.il transfers to u few pjiltry enormous hum of fsl.ls.VOnO of public
f Kin in the south, all the forms und colors money with which to complete n few miles
which mule south m treatment of the lie- of br ul.water; yet there is not n single
g.o s no t xi illiig when Andrew Johnson ; repr. s. iiialive from the State of New York
w is a 'ft'iig tin- ehiliiH of 'my policy,' He J who will il(,t oxires, .surprise at our cxlrav
.iii; lo lave no nior.'idiiii that that period ! ngimt ...MU,Jt nhun the twelve western
is past.Uuin the Kuight of U Manchii had
that he wan not living in the kind of world
that had Iron painted in the old romanced,
the reading of which had turned the poor
gentleman' head. Senator Iilaine, like hiu
knightly prototype, does not understand
his epoch; he, too, is tilting nt windmills,
under the impression that they are giants."
Onk of the sources of profit to bunks of
issue, has been the loss, by wear mid tear,
accident und otherwise, of small bills.
From this lime forth, the government will
monopolize this source of profit herself, and
issue nil the one and two dollar bills that
find their way into circulation. National
banks will be furnished no bills of n less
denomination than five dollars, nor can
they obtain new bills fur their delapiduted
old ones. Section 5.1 M of the United
States Revised Statutes, enforcing the ar
rangement above indicated, reads as fol
lows: ''After specie payments are resumed,
no association shall be furnished with notes
of a less denomination than five dollars."
When the small notes of the National
banksnowineireulati.nl. are wo-.n out,
the only one ami two dollar bills in t'ircu
latioii will Ik1 treasury notes.
The Democrat')1 of the northern states
lmvos a deep interest in the defeat of Colo
nel Vest, one of the candidates for a seat
in the United States Senate from the state
of Missouri. A single southern Democrat
of his political tenets and caliber i:i the
Senateof the United State-, would render it im
possible for the Dniocracy to carry a single
one of the northern states in 180. The
man who (as Col. Vct issahl to have tlone)
bases hii claim to a seat in the Senate on
the ground that h did all he could to de
stroy the Union: 0:1 the ground that negro
suffrage having proved a great mistake,
should aboli!ied. nml further, on the
ground that the southern war olaimv ure us
legitimat .' us any that originate in the
North and that, therefore, he would favor
their paymeiit th man who seeks to rise
from such a platform into a seat in the
United States Senate, would, if successful,
be a stumbling block to the northern De
mocracy that would completely bar the way
to victory. He is manifestly a man who
talks well and talks much; and his first
political talk in the United States Senate
would serve as :i "warant.'e transfer" of the
states of New York and Indiana to the
control of the Kepubliean party. A pru-
. r i 1 ill... At., i a 1 1 .
Ui'lir, progressive juinoeiai line 101. .viien
or Judge (Hover, would honor and strength
en the party; but an able an eloquent po
litical mud-cap and southern extremist like
Vest, would so weake'i it. us to render suc
cess in the struggle of 1SS0 impossible.
Till' MISSOURI SKNATOHSHIP.
The St. Louis livening Star declares for
Col. Allen, of St. Louis, as its choice for Un
ited States Senator, for the long term, from
the Siaty of Missouri. We commend the
wisdom of the Star's choice. Col. Allen is
a man of great ability, one of the most
pleasing, forcible and convincing public
speakers of the West, lie is profoundly
learned in the law, has a keen, quick per
ception, is ready and fearless in debute (or
anywhere else, for that mr.tter) und is.
withal, one of the most practical men we
ever knew. It would honor Missouri and
slrengtheii the Democratic party to elect
Allen to the United States Senate. As
much may be said of Mr. (Hover, perhaps,
but we speak only of what w e know. Since
ability and integrity, devotion to the inter
csts of the Mississippi valley and a sterling
grade of Democracy me the rre-requisites
to the right kind of u Mis-ouri Senator,
Mr. Allen is the man. From the Star's en1
ibit -i.'tu.'iit of (Nil. Allen we copy thefollow
lowing paragraph :
"Mr Allen. In a worii. I- iiiiiii of I'l'h emleitvur
anil iiwi'.MmilmuiiH imputsc. WIiiiIcvit lie (lui'U is
wllh ii -inlr linirti'dm " of piirp.ii.. taet never
Httl' !uirl of Mlovuri, yet with 1 1 II O I'l l llri li m r-n of
iiinliill.iii lliul Involved qui to iik much uilvuiitu'.i to
otiiiT" n- to himself. A lima of reudy riniiri-r.
courteous of inlilresi. able ill ilelmti', energetic In
iii lion. In' is well intuit lo tarry iinv point (lint lir
tunl.M luUos.. uixl a a n-nator would liavi! no supi r
! i,,r ""' pio-irutlon of nil mi-imuri'ii Hint I'uiii-
liiaud' ii liis approval iiud eullsli d hln iliuinplou-
'I'll I' KOIM1I AND EAST, AND SOUTH
The time is rapidly approaching when
tlii' West and Smith will not stand as sup
pliants lo the mid. ile und New England
I S,i""' Tl'"-V wi" "", Mr tl,,Mt" htilt"s ,ilkl'
their iiiillioiis Ironi the federal treasury to
build ocean harbors and lake w harves and
breakw aters w it limit saying as much as "by
your leave;"' and then, in theirturn, be com
pelled to lu g mid pray for a miserable pit
tance to remove the s.i ays and wrecks from
six thotisiiid miles of wchteni and southern
rivers. This order of things will be re
veisi il after the next coiimu. The West
und Smith may not retaliate upon the East;
but they will b'ai h her a lesson ill division
that will by of service to her. Just at this
. time the dty of Buffalo is asking for the
und southern stutes ask for 13,000,000 with
which to improve 0,000 or 8,000 miles of
navigable rivers, und reclaim several
hundred thousand licrcs of the? richest
lands in the Mississippi valley. Give to the
Stutes that are interested in the navigation
of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers a sum
(qua I to that which is demanded by one
city of the State of New York, and the
grett plans of Captain Kails for improving
those streams and reclaiming the over
flowed lands along their course, can be car
ried out and paid for. Yet the money to
build the few miles of Uuffulo breakwater,
that the adjacent property may be piotect
ed and the harbor improved, is deinnnded
as if it were a right, supported by claims
that ure irrefragable; while the wes
tern und southern people who want money
for works of great national import, tire told
to go home and build their own levees! It
is all right for the government to expend
its treasure in the North and East, but
when the Smith or West asks for a little of
what is left, there is at once an insulting
inquiry into questions of law. us if the same
law did tint apply to nil set lions. I5ut,
we intimated at the cutset, we begin o
seethe beginning of tlie end of this. The
next census w ill raise lis from our knees :..
suppliants, and invest us with power to
effect un eqitable distribution of public fi.
vors to give to the liast nml the North
what they ought to have, and to takh that
which is our own.
GBANT AS AN IRISH CITIZEN.
No fact concerning (Joncral Grant's likes
and dislikes is better known than the fact
that he hates the Irisli. During the war
and din ing the eight years of his presidency
he as completely ignored that people as
he could have done had they formed no part
of our population. Eurtli Tinoie, in his
D.'S Moines speech and in his last annua!
liit'S'Wtftf he laid down the plunks lor an
anti-Catholic, Know-NotiriDtf platform,
manifestly in tlie expectation thai the 11;:
publican party and the old American cle
ment of the Democratic party would rally
upon the basis indicated, and take him up
for a third term in the presidency.
But the feelers he threw out '"caught no
gudgeons." The people didn't rally, and
for that reason alone the contest of l sTll
was not a Know-Knothing raid against for
eign bom citizens and the Catholic church,
with (ieuerai Grant at the head of it.
In view of such a record us that, what
American is not disgusted and w here is the
Irishman who is not insulted at the Gen
eral's speech in the city of Dublin. To
a crowd of citizens w ho received liim, he
I feel vcrj proud of being inu.li! a citizen of the
liriiieip.il city ot I relmnl. nud mi honor Hint I liuvr
received lnu uiven me n-iiter satisfaction. I am hy
birth the citizen of a country where there are rior'
Irishmen, nutlve horn or l.v d.-reut, than in ull Ire
laud. When in oflicc I hud tliv ljuiior. mid It wu.- a
great honor Indued, of represrutlii more Irlshm.'ii
and desi i-iiiluiiis of Iiishiuen, t iandoes Her Maj. sty
the Qnwn of Kligluiid. I u u not an eloqii'-nt
speaker, und ciiu simply thauk joa for tlie (;reut
cuurlesy shown inc.
The belittling speech of General Scott in
which he spoke of "the sweet Irish brogue
of many of his fellow soldiers,"
w as manliness itself com pared w ith
the dirt-ejting and bel'y-crawling of
General Grant before the people of Dublin.
The despicable deinagogucry of the man
was riot liiddeti from the thi.'kest-skulled
Irishman that heard him, and we can thank
the warm-hearted hospitality of the Irish
people, for the spirit of patience und endur
ance necessary for the swallowing of such a
dose of palpable stufling, without grimace
Now that he has his heart fixed on a
"third term.'' General Grant boasts of the
honor lie had of representing more Irish
men than Her Majesty, the Queen of Great
Britain, How did he represent .them? In
what nmiiner did he serve them; In what
way did he ever recognize their existence.'
and how, when and where did he betray
any consciousness of the "honor" of which
he boasted before his Dublin audience?
It has been truly said of President Grant
that not only did he give the Irish citizens
no consideration, even inside of his own
party; but that by his bigotry, his intoler
ance and ill-disguised bate of the race, lie
drove out of the party most of the Irishnt 'ii
i who had joined it because of their inability
to sympathise with the Southern policy of
the Democratic party.
That such a man the man who, ns
have intimated, sounded the key-note for a
bitter and neihiips bloody anti-Catliniie
campaign should make such a humi.iat
ing bid lor Irish support in his contem
plated race for the presidency, surprises
j and disgusts the people in general, and in
sults the people in particular for whoscurs
the palaver was utterfd.
Wi: ure glad to hear it. Our druggists
j informs ns, that Dr. Bull's Cough Svnip
sells bctti r than any oilier medicine, i,m
always gives nitisl'action. Its very cl
too, costs onlv U"i cents a bottle.
Qi kiiy. AVhy will men Kinoko coiiin,,,!,
I tobiicco when they can buy Marburg IU,'S
"S'ul of North Carolina" at the vime jiri -vf
Ciilw .laclison's best Sweet Nuvy ,,.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Siront,
F. IlltOSS, I'rerli'.flit.
1'. SKFK, Vire l'ri'iil'tPiit.
II. WKLLH. fusilier.
T.J. KKKT1I, Assistant CasliliT.
P. Ilrosi". Culm: Wllllntn Klin."'. CHro;
I'cler Ni'it. t'alro; William Wolf Cairo:
l', M. llHterloh. II. h HillliiU'lev. St. Loulu;
K. IIiiiIit. Cairo: J. Y. cleiiisoii, t'uledolilii.
4 (.KNEKAT. BANKING IILSINKSS DONE. Ex
11 cliunjji! uU and bomlit. Inleresl imlil In the
Siivin.'s bi'pHrtinimt. ColU'ctioiis cnuilo ami ull
liusliirKa promptly HtU'iuk'd to.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL, 8 100.0 0 0
V.". P. IIALMDAV, rrilil.m.
II. I.. 1IAI.1.IIIAY. Yire-lVsMetit.
V ALT Elf 1IYSLOI'. Ciisliiir.
H. TAATh TAYU'Il -. I'. II A I.I I OA V.
IIKMIV I.. II M.I.IIJ.iv, II. II. I I SNIN..IIAM.
i,. ii. :i.i.ia vson, si i.niLS nun),
II. II. CANlIti:.
Kxcliaiiffo, Coin anil United States Bonds
IIOIOIIT AND toi.I).
Peposltw received and a general banking busluess
JNTEKP1USE SAYINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 11WU.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
f NTEKEST paid on depositu March In and Sep.
1 t.-mlier 1st. Interest uot wltlidriiwn is added im
mediately t. tlie principal of the deposits, thurehy
yiviUs' tlieui cuinpuund interest.
WClilliln'n and inarrie.l w.nin-n may deieult
niotii y ami up one else can draw it.
WALTER IIYSLOP, Treasikkk.
V D V A X T
E L A I bX H 0 I h
Over other Helmed
FOIl ALL ILLUillXATIXCi FFIiFOSES.
P rsoiis, who have neither time nor inclination to investigate the peculiar m-rit, of the
various grades of Ketiiied Petroleum, ask why
E I . A. I IsT E !
TUB FAMILY SAFE(iUAlil OIL
l.")() Fahrenheit Fire Test.
Is Safer and Better than Other Oils? It h because Elaine
CAN NOT $K IXPLODDTD !
And is the very Highest (innle of illuminating Oil from which, in the process of
lniinufiicture, Every Impurity lias Been I'.lliuiinuted. Elaine is Free from
Benzine und PuruHine. In Color, Ehiine is Sprite.; Water White,
and its " Eire Test" is So llij;h ns to make it ns Absolutely
Safe as any Illiimiiiiuil Known. Ilavimf No Dis
ajjtreeabh! Odor, Illuiiie is a Pl-asitnt Oil
For Family use.
it Doi;s sot lxciajsT Tin: wick;
And thus is uvoided its Frequent lli'tiimmino;,
CAUTION s'loiild be used in the purchase of Elaine, as its ynal mid jtitiwinj;
impularity has induced the introduction of imitations.
ASK FDR IT. 4SE NO OTHER OIL IN Y0CR LAMPS!
KDI! ham; 11V
1 3 A I IC.LA V HIM Y.V I I K IIS,
rnopuiiiToit of sfkoat's patent
Wholesale Dealoi' in lee.
ICE BY THE CAU LOAD OUTON. WELL
PACKED FOIl SHIPFINO.
Car JiOatls a Specialty.
( ) v v 1 e I-: :
Cor. Twelfth Street anil Levee,
C.UUMAI.K.s KM) WAIIONS.
COMMEIit IAL AYE. Ii.-tw.vn FIFTH mil
SIXTH STS.. CAIItU. ILL.
HnliSE SHuEIN'ti a spiTlally. H.-pjIrin of -ill
kinds of vehicle iloi.e n.'iitly aut on slmri i:o
tlie. at the i.i-.v.i po-siii!-- .'oft,'
FLO III, GUA1X AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Jlills
Hiirliest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
A G h S ( ) F
I'rodui ts of Petnileuin
DYF.IXtf AND CI.F.AXINU.
JJLACK CRAPE VEILS,
NO MATTF.lt MOW OLD. lll sTV Oil FAIiEU,
Re-Dyed and Dressed Equal to New
KAHTO.V .V CO.,
4 l:i WEST FOTIITH HTKKKT. CINCINNATI.
syOriierH of three yurits of Crape or upward
r.'inriieil rutr.nr bxciikss riiKuniT
FANCY CAIIUS Willi iiuineloc. I'lalli urinal
-'1MI st:. s. A-i's i,i!illi inc. Hull ii Co. HiiiUiiu,
10 l'nrt!"iit i- n i: n i" mka".'i)
M' 1 Ml 1 1 il 1 1 i,j ,ol n m n STOItY I'M'KIt
lorliiciiils, National Weekly, Wa .liin-'lon. ). i .
w"rni A ,it)"" ,i'-NT i cams-.
'" r Cairo mid the adjoining Iohim
fur the 1opI selling household Hril. les In tint worlil
Tip top protlls. write, ul oni c-lo World .Munurni tin
lie; Company. '.' Clinton I'hu e. N. Y.
AKNTS READ 'MILS.
We wiil pay Alien ts a mlarv of !'! per rnonli
and cvp. ii-e or nllort a hir'e cuti.ailssioii to .ell
our new und wonderful InwnlioiiK. U'e mean wlint
we .iv. Address, without deliiv.
slii-K.MAN A ( I) . Mm-.lnil. Mirlilg-t k .
I.ihii-in.'. Atioilvtic .ll.liin i:t will po.-ilelv pre-v.-i.l
Ills lerrii.le il'-eii-e. anil will pustlhely it,.,.
U" I-"'.- ia I. -a Iiil.iruHiliiii I in. I nil) rue' mury
hv- - ent Ir e l.v mail. Ilon'l ibhiv a imoi-vm.
I'reveniion U le it.T than run-. Sul.l cvurvwh re
I. S. JI)ll.Ns(i. A it,., ;aiiU'or, Maine. '
CKI.KIIKATK1) T1IK Woltl.l) OVKH.
'I'he ntiiiiiifn. Hirers were awaril- d the highest
nml only in. d-il 'iven rubber plii-teis, aMmlii
Ii. . t ci.lciiiii.il unit Purls Kiposiilnus.
FA it slI'Flllult ri'i
C.i-iiiii.hi porous il.i-lers. linlin.-nls. the s...
r il!. d el.-. ;ri. ill appll'lill-.-s. el. . It is tin- le st
known n in .Ii lur l.aen nml W.-i' Hack, Idieu
iieiti-m. I'.-tmi 1! Weakness, s, Lmnbn'n,
In-, 1 k.ties. S .mil ( oinplu!! Is. mi. I "nil
ills lor wh'.-h ..ro.w planters are ii-.-.! . Ak yonr
Drug's! for Ilei.son tti.i.lm- J'oroii" 1 l-.ster.
5-ill . e tl-.l! Vll .- nollih:'! Ise. s.,,.,1 ,v nil
dru-.'i-is. I'r.. c i' fi i ..
Mailed on r.-'cipl of price, hy Seat an A
Johnson. Ii Plan Pircit. New Yor.
Tlie ( i mit Di rc t ic ( 0111 pound.
I- a sure, quick remedy for ill .Um-o-ci of the Ki.
lie; ll' ul'Vr. und I rilnrir u'u. eilsliiin elllier
in Male .,r icumle. As. Irriutlou. lnHHiniation. or
I b.-rii'.b.ii of the Kidneys and lllud.ler. lirr.n-1,
stone in the Hla.iil'-r. H. ildish or thick oust snlj
rnei.t In I rii.-, Thick. I .niii or l.'upr
trine. I'ainful irinior, Ili-wetUnr. Mu
cons and Imoliintary lts. l-nr.-. s. Morbid Irri
lulion of thv niiid.k-r'inid 1'n-thra. Chronic r
lurrah of lilmlder. snppressinu. r't.-ntinn or In
t.iiitin. nee of I rilie. Iiiabeiet.. liropw. Ori;tiii.
S cukiie-s. K. nnb: Complaints, anil all Clirouir
.Mala.lirs of the I riniiry and Scjtial Ornaii.
Thousands cau attest to its wouiierful curalii
pr. petti, s in these ctiseases.
For Nervous IMillltv. with nil its ejootnv Rtlenil
acts.- lii..iin-s. Loss of Memory. Low Spirl:.
Ac.lt U a siiveriti rented.
sVoI.AN.'lKli S Ill tlU" luoy up thecnsri
t. d system. Imp; itiiu; in-w life and vi;-orotis .-tliia
the w toil.- s st. -in becoiuii: strcii.'ttc.T.cd and ;
r.-ure an-I s' f .r Smolnnder'i Il.ich'i. In-:-l
ap'.ii li.n.iiu' it. aie! lake no other.
PUK E Sl.Di). SIX BOTTLES, t3.0i.
For alf by a!l Wholesale l)rui-la In t'liiin.'.i.
and Medicine Dealers teiierallv.
A ar iini coinbliiatl.iii of tlie eiilertaliiini.'. !(..
u fill utnl the bt-aittifnl. with tine art cnjrsv
nd oil pi. turvs in each No. Price V. port
early $.). with mi iineiinulcd iirt-iuiuni. to
i. .i .
t i. 'on
Id oil pieiures. hock of Aacs and Tin- Linn's
Vo;M inches, rnoiintett on c-mvass: trutipor
"'' c'ra. Send postal card for full particii
Mldr.-s. W. JKNNINt.S li:MO!F. . 17
till St., N . Y. llo uol (ail to s.'e the spleii.li.l
rpiE ( i heat English i;i:mi:dv :
(iUAY'S SPECIFIC M KDK INK.
Is siH-cl.illv reconi-
TRADE MARK. m,.1Hk(, .,; ,,.
, fiii'iie,' cuie for
potency, and nil
di.-ne(. that bil
low lis a seollence
4iK V" ""lf;-1V'",i -'fff.
V "YBi i.os oi .ieniory. --.
Bofbro Taldng,ir,?! ill I'-tofr
Hack. Hiutness .,f th.- i-ioti. I'reinatiire Old Aj.-,
and iiiany otli.-r diseases licit lead to In-anity. I'mi
sumption and il I'renetluri' tirave. nil of w hit h ,-i a
rule nr.- Ilrsl caused by ibniiitini; from Hie path of
loilnre nml inff iniiiil' iiee. The sp.-ciHc Me.ii. ine
is the o-ult of a ill'.- study nml ninny years ol c'-p.-riciice
in tr.-iiiinu' these p.-cinl iliseast .
Full p ntlctilais In our puuiplilets, which we de
sire to semi free by mail to every one.
The specl-.'e Medicine Issol.'l by all itruirirlsts at
SI p.-r piickii'''. or six put kiiL'.-s ior .:.. or will In.
sent bv mall on reo-lpt ol Hie ninti.-v liv iiddn'ssju.r
TIIK I'.I.'AY MKl'K'INI-: I O..
No. ID Mechanic's- Itlock. Hktuoit. Mich.
""Soltl in Cairo. III., hy I'ai I. O. S.. ill il, and
by Druuuisls ever w here.
THE ONLY .'.) CENT
IN TIIK WOULD,
A sale aipl rclialile substi
tute; for ((uiiiiiip. The gwixt
tasteless medicine lor all di
seases caused by .Malarial
RoisoniiijLf. beintf a )reYenta
tivo as w ell as a certain reme
Dumb Aiue, Ague Cake, Ke
mitteiit. hitermitteut Fevers,
Kidney Complaint, Dyspepsia
general tonic lor debil Rated
systems. Price cents ber
box. Family boxes 81,00. Sold
by Druii'irists. Mailed on re
ceipt oi' price.
PI'S As IUCK .V tit..ll.i W.ms'ictt Stiii :T, Nt.w
YmiK. 'leu (fill cvph.unlon I ool; uiulleil li'.-i on
Vol.1 l.e UVIICt.AY UiidS., PAI L . SClll. il.
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