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Capcine Porous Plaster!
dm l In' iruii
ASimi hi n g, healing,
psin-klllllij; agent iu one.
'." manufacturer rci-rivcd the hlKbet am! only
-( givea In Porous PhiHiri ut the Centennial,
warrant Iti-inim' ( 'u;m hit- Piaster to be stipe
n i to all other Poron rin-ti i mill to all li uiuicui.
ASK TIIOslTwiIO KNOW
.'.k any plivhan If HciinnnV Cap'lne Poroe
'.'j'ur I mil the I-m pauitrr In On- world. This
;narkable article Han Invented lo ovi-nome the
M iililci iliin alwny found In i In- ordinary porous
, uii rul lowflriluu In bringlne, relief.
LAM 10 HACK.
' r Inine and weak buck. rliciimatlnm. trouble uf
' r plue sn'tl kidney, it i a truly wuMilrrful nine
V Phyii-ian everywhere riTntii.e Ii great u
'.vr.mltv in mhi-r porous plaster mill tu nil lini
.. U. It ri iirir finlu ut once mii1 iir- quicker
any bii'M ii plaaier. linimrbl or torn jujii nrl.
I U'TWU' TIIKHK are!iigcr.naud
Jj X.J 1 1 " ' worihli imitation of
lrnmi'ii ( kjii iih' l'i.'itiT la the market. The i:eu-.'i-
have in'' ori "Caucine" cut through each
; iir. Solil In all 'iiiizgisla. Price -Jj cents.
WHoLUSAI.K WISES AMI l.lVl fHf
TARLlsllED I Hf,;!.
r . W. m-ii -klli-ili. Frt-ilolin Bm.
Stock flktii A: Rkoss.
Sm rtwr to y. M. StiH-kflcih.
; . Ii i-(it ami VN'IioImiiIi! iIcuDtm In
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINKS,
lhln-. Kelly I. laud. Catawba. California anl lin-;-r;d
Port. Murrt, M,.-dar Wlties and Cbatn-
No. (i2 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
Wholesale and l.Vtail ).-an la
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. (ill OHIO LEVEE.
MESHUS. fiMYTn 4 CO. have constantly I large
stork of the rt tfisod In the market and give
sT-i-cial attention to the wholesale branch l the
f. Louis, Cairo ami l'ailiirah racket
M.KN DI II SI fiK.WHEF.L Vil KM HT ASH PAS.
.'IIS liKrSKU Mn-ti-r.
IIS LKAMKN . Clerk.
Leave Cairo tverv Wcduesilsv til ip.m. U.i Padu-
Leave Cairo every Thursday nt 2 p.m. fur Si.
Kurfrrikt rpHai'' apply "n llalllfli-y A Phillip''
harf hoai. or to JAMKS l.Kiti.S, Ap nt.
For Columbus, Hickman ami .New Madrid
JOSEIMI AMRUOS Master.
I.EAVKS CAIIJM KVKKY
:rESI)AY,TlU R.si)Y and SATURDAY
Knr fn-iclit or pamai(e apply on HallMiy X I'll II
Wharf boat, or tu
JAMKS ItlOGS, A-ont.
66 Ohio I eve.
N. 0. Anchor Line from Cairo.
FOIl SEW011I.EANH AM) WAV LAXDISGS.
ud tho nmiililfent. fleet and reliable
. 3. CAKTFli
iAKKKTT HI LLS...
.. . ..clerk.
Leave Cairo on Arrival of Eenlng Tralu.
aturdiiy liMcinlMr :Jlt, HTh.
Vho fine eldi'-whei'l Frelu'lit mid PastungiT fteumrr
. CITY OF ALTON S2
Suturday, .Dim fin 1 mm U-UIi, 1 7H.
To lie followed by the elegant nml fjieeily
AKCI11K WOODS Clerk.
uturdny, .Tiuiuitry 4th, 1H7H.
..Inu of the above nnmedlionlH will leave the Anchor
Lino Wharf Hon I, foot of Sixth xtreet,
K V K It V ri A V It I) A Y,
L'arrylnit Krelcht ami PaHen(;iir to nil points Soiilli.
Any ami all Inqiilrlea by letter or person will be
promply altended to.
AiltlreHK, THOMAS V. SHIELDS,
Anohnr Lino Wharf lloal Cairo, lllinoln.
(JAIUO CITY FEKltY CO.
i.kavm t.KAvra i.r.via
Font Fourth al MlKourl Lund'- Kelilm ky Ld'f.
10 ii. i:.,
4 p. 14
K::in a. in.
10:ko a. m,
H ii. m,
& p. in.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OnVt; Bulletin JlulMlu::, Wuslilnjtnu Avenue
CM 110, ILLINOIS.
t ii htjo rl p I Ion JtatcM:
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Br mall (in advance), uuu year $10.ui
SIt inonihn A im
Threu Ulolillin 'J..MI
Ily malUIn dvanee),otie year $JM
Six umAih I.im
Three inonllta !ft
To clnba it ten and oter i plr copy) Lit'
Pontage ill all eae prepaid.
Atl vci'tlaius Ha ten:
Firft "'rliii per npiare Ji.no
. uhiW'iNr!ir liiii-itloiia, ,-r muare 5U
Koroae week, prri-quare , 3)
For two wei-kn. per iiiare , 4..VI
or three weeka, ier aqnar H.Ul
''or one month, per iiian- "
Ka h adilltliinul Mjuurv 4 00
Hrt Inwrtlna. p,-r qnure Jl.OO
SubMiueiit lu".-rtlotiH Ml
Kljht lim-p of mild nonpareil eniiKtitutc aqnap!.
Displayed advertineinenta will Imi r harmed a conl
In',' lo the fiiare H i-upeil. it above ratea there be
UK twelve linen of aolld type to the ilieh.
To ri-u'iibir advert lier we oiler auperlnr Induce
ment, both a to rate of chari-n and manner of
dinilvlu;' their favon.
Local nullce twenty cent per line forflrt Inser
tion; ten ceuta per Hue tyr l-acb, ul)benueiit inner
(inn. Commnnlcalion upon aubject of eeneral interent
lo the public are ut all time acceptable. Rejected
Biannncript will uot be returned.
l.i-tliT and roinmanlratlou hould he atltlremed
'Cairo Bulletin, Cairo, IllllnoU."
II IV K It W K ATI! F.P. Dl'fl.N !.
'Flic bi,' rirtfr in the Cumbcrlund river ut
Xiihlivillc, Tcnncs.ve, caused 1 - hcuvy rain
fall ever those districts ami the setting in
uf thawing weather accompanied by light
rains during yesterday has effected the Ohio
very markedly at this port since our hist
report and a ronsidcrabl? rise, as the condi
tions of tin; atmosphere remain still very
favorable may be anticipated of the luttcr
within the next few days. The water on
the gauge hut evening read 0 feet 8 indies
showing an increase of 1 foot and 3 inches.
Heavy rainfall is reported along the Mis
sissippi south of Cairo, where the barome
ter is recorded lowest.
It is predicted by some ot our most reli
able weather cocks that in four days from
now navigation will have been resumed,
a revival of business will have taken place,
and everything will be lovely. M'e hope
the prophesy will prove truo.
The Kentucky rivet is closed, and
wagons are crossing on the ice.
Captain Isaac MiKee has the Anchor
Line fleet in good trim, and ready to com
bat the ice without injur)'.
The Commonwealth, for New Orleans,
and Grand Tower for Memphis and Vicks
burg, will probably b.'giu loading to-day.
The river continued tn go up rapidly all
day yesterday, and the officers of the
Rhodes were iu hopes of getting that craft
afloat last night.
The Raven wns ravin' around the harbor
a'ain yesterday, getting her barges in po
sition for loading. She will leave for the
south as siu as the river is clear of ice.
Th" heavy ice at Memphis has crowded a
number of the produce boaU there against
the bank, and the rapid declining of the
river has left several of them in a critical
The John Porter Kit Xcw Orleans ttbout
a week ago with a tow for the Ohio river,
but she has not as yet put in an appearance
at Memphis, nor is it likely that she will
The Memphis Avalanche of the 10th
iust.. says: 'The ice st a late hour was very
heavy, and moving very slowly; the shore
ice extends quite a distance from the bank
on both sides of the river, and if the cold
weather continues tor several days longer,
we will have a 'solid South,' sure, and a
first-class ice gorge of our own."
Ax AsTornfturso 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
advice 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 ever' case. You can buy a sample
bottle for ten cents to try. Three doses wil
relieve the worst case. Positively sold by
all druggists on tho Western Continent.
A CHEAP AND ELEGANT PAPER.
With the advent of the year, we ore pre
sented tho first number of tho second vol
utnn of the liiTKitAitv Misckli.anv, which
amply sustains all promised when the en
terprise was first projected ; and it is to-day
undoubtedly the best Family Journal pub
lished in the country, Printed on supe
rior paper, beautiful in typographical excel
lencies, illustrated with superb engravings,
and replete with the most attractive and
desirable reading matter, its cheap price
is really a marvel-heinjj only 5 cents n
topy! for a largo 1 pftRP pPr which
is fully the peer in size from and make-up
of any of the ten cent publications. The
stories are sparkling mid entertaining
F.m:, a tale ( intrigue and retribution,
just commenced, being of nhsorling and
thrilling interest; ami, i,. ia,.t, ttjj jlB varied
literature is of the Mgm mkr coullg
from liens of gifted nml toleuted writers.
Wo heartily m-nnmieiiiloiir render to pro
cure at least onu copy, m) wM
they think of this wonderful Lit
KJlAU'ltE MlHCALUY, which U published
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1870.
weekly by tins renowned artistic printers,
Ennis Brothers, 43 Dey street, New York,
at whose establishment the typography of
the journal of tho "Art Preservative" TltH
Pm.NTKn has been so finely executed. All
newsdealers supply the Litkuaiiv Miscel
lany whenever ordered; or specimen copies
will be mailed to any address on receipt of
ft cents iu isistage stamps, by the publish-
crs. The subscription price is only 'J.2- n
year, postage free.
Imi'oistant to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots and
shoes. We have on' hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
Isiots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of tho
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
goods, which wc sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like goods enn Ic ob
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a good line of ladies shoes of the best
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. C. Koch,
No. 1(0 Commercial avenue, bi-tween
Fifth and Sixth street.
Coal! Coal. F. M. Ward has on hand
the best quality of Coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low. He will soon have
a large stock of wood of all kinds, lie is
well known to every lmdy and we trust
he wiil receive his full share of pa
tronage. A CARD.
To all who are surlering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, los of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE
OF CHARGE. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in America.
Send a half-addresned envelope to the Rev.
Joslth T. Ixma.s, Station I). Bible House,
New York City.
You C.x m; IIapfy. If you will stop
all your extravagant and wrong notions in
doctoring youre!f and families with ex
I tensive doctors or humbug cure-alls, that
do harm always, and use only natures sim
ple remedies for all your ailments you will
be w,ise, well and happy, and save great ex
pense. The greatest remedy for this, the
great, wise and good will tell you, is Hop
Bitters lteheve it. See "Proverbs" in
Consumption Cukkd. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed m
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, oronclutis, catarrn. astntua, and
all throat and lung affections, also a positive
and radical cure for nervous debility and all
nervous complaints, after having tested its
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known
to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to relieve human suf
fering, I will semi, free of charge, to all
who desire it, this recipe, with Cull direc
tions for preparing anil using, in German,
French, or English. Sent by mail by ad
dressing with stamp, miming this paper.
W. W. Sherar, 149 Powers' IJlock. Roches
ter, New York.
Flouiiu. A throng of sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the land of
flowers. To them we would say the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Coni)ound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Demostberic regimen of "peb
bles and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rings with the silvery cadence
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price .10 cents a bottle. Barclay Bnos.,
Wiif.s used for Rheumatism, Sore Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia. Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints, Corns
and Burns, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc.; on
animals, Coussens' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands hear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Bakci.ay Bitos., Agents,
One evening Jerrold saw a very tall man
waltzing with a very short woman.
"Humph!" he siid, "there is a miledanc
ing with a millstone." ,
There was somo good sense in the boy
who on being threatened with a whipping
requested that he might be whipped in
the Italian fashion the light strokes down
and tho heavy strokes up,
No one is so greatly to be feared ns the
man who is willing to tell you all he knows
because the chances tiro that ho will tell
you a great deal more.
''Col." Mapleson, of 1 ler Majesty's Opera,
is not a C-oloncl, and, like all 'Englishmen,
objects to lsigus titles. Ho does not wish
to be addressed or written about ns "Col
onel." Evangelist Henry Varley has decided to
make Ins permanent homo in Melbourne,
Australia, where he will preach in a new
tabernacle which is to accomodate 5,000
Mr. David A. Wells is nbout to retire
from the presidency of the American Social
Seienes Association. President Oilman
of .Johns Hopkins university, Is mentioned
as his Htiecessor.
An lllinoisuii has invented a "snfetv sand
valve," to be attached to the legs of one's
pantaloons In' Icy weather. By touching a
spring s intl is HC.nttcM.il over "the slippery
places, making hvoinotloii safe, ,
Tim e sons of tin hit" Edward Duniihy,
of Newbill'g, have been ori''!'" d r '
In l! n Ca'h " ' , .. to ne
the first insliutc' in this country where
three brothers hnvc been members of the
priesthood at the same time.
A preacher may get soaking wet on his
way to church and yet be exceedingly dry
the moment he mounts the pulpit.
The Portmastcr of Saratoga has just sent
to Washingto for redemption aJlOft'in silver
three-cent pieces. They were spent by guests
last summer for fees to the once proud and
haughty waiters that used to reject with
scorn anything less than a dollar.
Rolx'rt Dowinir a wooi",-cliooner. livitiir
near Dallas, got a Christmas present of
$11,4:10. His grandfather, a New York
merchant, had willed that sum to Downing
and the attorney happend to forward the
money so that it reached Dallas on Christ
In the near future the customer wi l say
unto the barkeeper. "Gimme a cocktail
with plenty of glucose and citric acid, and
not too much methyllated sprint," and
having tasted, will bay, "Not quite as sweet
as I usually take a little more muriate
of tin, please."
It is related thut Jcbn P. Hale once said
to Alexauder Stephens, alluding to the lat
ter diminutive size: Stephens, if vou don't
look out I will swallow you." "if you do,'
replied the Gi orgian, "you will have more
brains in your belly than you ever had in
"Betsy's Bedquilt" is the name of a new
Sunday school library book. It suggests
comfort for these cold nights. "Do Yon
Wear Your Own Clothes?" is the somewhat
personal title of another one recently pub-
Rev. Joseph Cook says that the greatest
New Year's gift ever received has been by
the United States, in the shape of specie re
sumption ! "A gift from God, and not
seventh-rate politicians,'1 he adds, as a part
A violent shock of earthquake occurred
on a recent Sunday at Calatagirone, Sicily.
The congregation in the church was panic
stricken and rushed to the door. Two wo
men were crushed to death and twenty
persons were seriously injured.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
TAT1! or JKBHB (ilASunwr, oeckaseo.
State of Illinoi. Alexander coontv. m.
Notice In hereby Riven that on Moudav, the iBth
day of January. A. Ii. 1ST!), the undersigned, admin
istrator of unld ctatc. will preneiit to tho county
court ofnaid Alexandcreountv. at the court bonne iu
Cairo, Illinol. at a term thereof then to be holden.
hi Una! report of bis act aud dolne as said admin
istrator, and auk the court to bp aim-Wired from am
end all farther dmiea and reponi.ihilltie connect
ed with aidetate, and the administration thereof,
at which time ml tilai-p. ,in-h iu,Hni. I.......
eted may be present aud ruUt aucu application If
III" pu in uii,
KLIAS M. GLASGOW. Admlnlhtrator
Cairo. Illinoic, December ait, 1STS.
The Cairo Box aud Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. Lath. Etc
A; the very lowest rate.
Having a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand
Wc are prepare to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the hortt'nn oticu.
A SPKCIAI.TY made of STKAMfiGAT f.lTMRF.P.
iV We alo manufacture FHl'lT BOXMATEKI ALS
-racicer, .auuv racamg Bores Slaves, lleadtui!
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'3 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, AYE LI,
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Civ Loads a Specialty.
( J"' KICK:
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
I ALL! DAY BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
lllirlii-jt fash nice Paid for Wlieat.
ll namo tlr like n trumpet nnrt call totht fray I
"I'll ut ume'u new Teiiipraiiee bonk,
VITL1NG W DEMON
I i!li 1 n0,'S.Si' tihenpent. mont rom-
pi le . l In el-- ' ?. ' "i ud Hook and III
lory of; ttnniM Tpi ' ei, eonlnltilnu: hlnn
mphlei' if Id Ai0." ,0 IIU- ....-fi-.tvif '
' n, " ami fu,vM
t.i.'iv lit.. - ,: ,1. nili tiu in n
It. Mute AtiMNTK ANTED. Wrltti to
STAN1MB1) BOOK CO., St. Louis' Mo.
d. I I A N X V
Dry Goods ami Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, I
Curlier F.luhlh street i
3 a2 J 3
JNSURANCK AGENCY OF
Wells & Kerth,
i , t (Of Liverpool)
I Capital-... 110,000.0)0.
Royal Canadian uSjXcSCild.
British America ASr0
3Iillville Mri$V.V,.lc' N J
Filial) K0f Philadelphia; taMIhed Iu ltM.)
L lilUllj Aaaew, $-ta,l.00.
FirPlliail'sL . vOf Dayton, 0 .
X ilLlUmi S f Aaavtf $410,UL!W.
(i prni ii ii . (0f Fre,!Po-. i--
mail jamu $iii,srr.ii
KISKS WRITTEK AT FAIR RATES.
Oflfloe In Alexander COuntr Hunk.
OYSTERS AND FISH.
JOHN S PRO AT,
Who!pa!e and retail dealer in
OYSTERS AND FISH,
Oysters in Bulk and' Can, Sen Fish,
Native Fish, Celery and Game.
Particular audition paid to order from abroad
ami an iock usrameeti wn.cn anipped.
WATCHKS. JEW ELRY, ETC.
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET,
Between. Commercial and
Washington avua., )
FIXE WATCIIWORK A SPECIALTY.
tW Engraving and all kinds of repairing neatly
t fT All kinds of Solid Jewelry made to order.
JJOTTO & FOGASSPS
T0XY RESTAURANT !
OLD DELMONICOr.ni.DING.OHIO LEVEE,
Conducted on the Enropenn plan. Scti the (lnet
auiuoi any noime in me city, npeciat ratea
for mouth or week, to regular people.
Counecteiwith the ref tatinint I the
FINKST 31 A IX TIIK CITY,
Supnlled with the Cliolceat M inc omt Lltiimrs.
Mixed Drink a Specialty. HcManrnnt and
baloonOpen at All Hour. Day aud Nluht.
PAINTS, OILS. WALL PAPKR. WC.
. F. BLAKE,
Paints,0ils, Varnishes, Brushes
Window Glass, Window Shades, Kte.
Alwaya on hand tho celebrated uxi'minatinu
Rrosa' Building, Com- j,
BOOT AND SHOK MAKER.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
AT H EN El' M BUILDING,
Conimerclal Avenmi.tiet' I
Sixth anil Seventh t. I
rPAk ES plenitre In Hnnotinclnj to hi patron and
I thu public tfetieriilly tlmt tie had mvlved the
Mit uud iiui.t acliir.t alnck of Leather of every
ileerlptlonver hroiitrht lujtbl clt. A'l work In
in tine ctcruieu proutpiiy alio in tlto ren nmiini-r,
Fntlre utMactloi (Iven iu uvarr tnalauiu. Price
to mil Ibv tlmea, , , . -
CAKKUUKS AM) WACONS.
(TARL PETERS, '
COM MKRCIAL AS K. between FIFTH aud
SIXTH STS.. CAIRO. ILL.
UOlIsK-SIIOKINfi a apcelaltv. Rcpairlnc of. all
kind of vehicle done neatlv aud on abort no
tier, al the lovei.t polhi col,"
J ACOB WALTER,
Dcalor in Fresh Meat.
Hvtwoeii "NVashlnxton ami Com
mercial Av., adjoining IlnnnrB.
I'EKP.S fur wale tho het lleer. Pork, Mutton, Veitl.
, l amb. Saunax, Ac, and I prepared tuaer
funiiliea In au acceptable milliner.
Decorative Paper Hanger
P A. I K T IX I
A SPECIALTY MADE OF
Glazing and KalsomininK-
Leave rdors at Barclay's or Parker' Book Store.
Eminent Dr. If. R. Walton.
OF ASSAFOUS, Ml).
Say: Colden' I.ikriu' LigciD Extiiaci oat
llKKr la a mot excellent preparation. It I par e
cellence. Superior to cod (jver oil or anvthinj I ever
uc(i In wiicled or Impaired connllliitioiin, and e
tninely heneAclal a a preventative of malarial d;-eaM-.
Van Schaack & Stcveuwiu, Ageut, Chicago.
ftA DAY to Agent canvaiii(r lor tho Fibxhhi
i Viitom. Term and outtlt free. Addre w, V
V o. VICKERY, Auuta, Main.
Chromof'urd, &e Cupid. Mottoe, Flower.
No two alike, with name, 10c. Nanwan Card Ca.
Nahau. N. Y.
OA Mixed card, Chromo. Snow flake. Ac. Natw
alike, with name, I0c. J. Miukler A C.,
Naan, N. Y.
4fi MIXED CAliDS.wlth name, 10 cent. ApMit'a
outtlt Met. L. Jonea A Co., Naau, N. T.
1). I. o.
Is an aliHlute and Irrefutable cure fur
enm-fi. Intemperance aud the ue of Opium, To
bacco. Narcotic and stimulant'', removing all
tati, deln and habit of ulni anv or them,
rendering the tartc or delru fur tlicui perfectly
odiou and iliizutme. (iivlnjevervoue perfect
aud irrle-imalilc control of the sobriety of them
selves and their friend.
It prevent that absolute phylclcal ami moral
priiMrallnn that follow the audden breaklua off
from Mf ilia tintulant or narcotic.
Packai;i-, prepaid, to cure 1 to 5 person. $J,
or at your Hrii)tuitH. $I.7S. Temperance and
charitable ocletie ahould ue it.
It I harmie and never fallinj;.
HOP BITTERS MFU. CO., Sole Acents,
ROCHESTER, X. Y.
The Hop Cough Cure
Destroy all pain, loosen the cough, quiets the
nerve and produces ret. It never fail In per
lormltiua oerfc-ct cure when, thi-m I. .i,u,V.
Try it once and you will 8nd It o.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
NO CURE NO -FEE
hopital, 1H7 East Washington street, Chicago, fer
the cure of ail private, chronic and special dfseasm
Seminal weaknih, n Envois nanii.iTr aud tour
manhood, permanently cured. Dr. O. Is a graduate
of the Reform School, aud uses no mercury; ha the
largest practice iu the United State. Law a re
quiring treatment, with home and board, call or
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