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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOUMMt, JANUAHY 14. 1679.
gELI.LB'S COlu'H SYRl'P.
r 1 .f).lik hot tiro Krl1. It I tilt! M0t dcaatlt
mill ioiiilar remedy lor Coucha, CohU. .roup,
Itnaiwuca iil u II throat Hurt lung- dlaeac. llim
hern In ne lor half a century. Doctor recommend
Mid ur.'rlln' it. J. K. Vmiiiiiimi, l,ong I. (.. 111.,
nr.: ; It ao-il my two children fram the crave."
A I.. Hlnimon. ol' ltnltlmore. Mil., alao kiivh: "It
111 en iv I hr wurM i'ciii.'Ii Immediately." Ak your
ilrc 'ul'l or unic ral atoreki-eper Fur it ami tjike no
i.tli.r. Wees. -r.. SO., and fl iM per bottle. Send
nr rln'tilitr. R. K. Heller A Co., Iroirli'tnm,
)'itibnrt;, Fa. Ilarclay llro., Ajjcnt. Cairo,
For overM year HELLER'S I.IYF.R FILLS have
ben lb at'andard remedy lor Uvur Complaint,
Cotllvcurn. Sick Headache, Pain iu Shoulder or
Hark. Dtzztur., Coated Tongue, Fever and Apie,
and aH dlae arlxin from a deranged ittr of thu
Liver or Stomach. Tlioma Adam, of ttlg Handy.
Kv.. aart: Seller'a 1'llla have eaved hundred of
(iollara'ln doctors' hill lu thi country." H. E.
sllcra & Co., 1'roprie.tora, l'ltubuty, Pa. Barclay
Hroa.. Agents. Cairo.
rlHK GREAT BLOOD TOXIC
For the cure afall dleae arialng from Impure
t.Ll ....1 r.. litwl.riimtliir? ami Hlri'llifthcnilltt- t tie
vital nVirana. Ara vou weak, iiervnn. debilitated,
laleaud emaciated? Have you lost your appetite!
Undaoy'a Wood Searcher will drive out tin- iliea6
and brine back the Bloom or llealtn. rimpic,
Holla. Erywlpalaa. Tetter. Salt Rhcnra. Ac., are but
Hunace intllcauona 01 dioou uipuane: anu m.
....'.. niiuvl Sitarrhur. hv nurlfvinff the avuteni loft'
rut (be akin and bcautlfle the complexion, bold
Vy ll drtffiflata. $1 .00 per bottlo. 11 K. Seller,
rniiirietor. 1'itUburL'. fa. lliirclay l'.ro., Agent
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic rhysidaii and Surgeon.
OIBce ltf Commercial avenue. Residence comer
KllUrt.'-eot'i mti ,""fciiou Hvwnuv, vmiu
y It. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Kta-lJi nrf :
NO. 81 THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL
JJlt. E. W. W1I1TLOCK,
Office-No. 136 Commercial
Eiphth and Ninth Street
JjU. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Kli&th Street, near Commercial Avenue.
g P. WHEELER,
OFFICE-Ohio Levee, bet. Fourth and Sirth at.
INEGAIt & LANSDEN,
A t to rney s-at-Law,
nFFICK-No. 113 Commercial Avenna.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL TAPER OF ALEXANDER COI NTY,
Only Ifornin"; Daily in Southern Illinois.
We ara authorized to announce t ho nania of Al
riau Cominii" an a ciiirtldute for t'lly Treasurer at
the cUHiiln city election.
We are athorlzed to announce the name of Wal
tlkL. liitiKToi. uh a candidate for the oftlce of City
'l'retixurcr, at the eiiMtliig charier election.
Tviitii E. to whom IT SAY concibn. The Cairo
Ilulletln Co., will pay no hilla coutracted hy any of
Ita employes, or any oueconuected with The Hit.
letin, uuIchu the panic in niadeon a written order
tinned by mycelf. and the order ninm be attuned to
the bill when preneuted.
E A. HfKNKTT.
Miss Nina Jorguuscn returns to scliool
iu Knoxvillc, to-morrow.
The funeral procession seen upon the
ftrects Sunday, was that of Amos Aniouts,
u colored man.
The New Sensation band serenaded
Mayor Winter, and he gratefully acknowl
edges the compliment.
Now'm tho time to tile your yellow fever
claims. Hand them to Mayor Winter, and
let's have an end of tho matter.
Mr. Harper, uiastvr bridgo builder,
etc., is putting in new tables at the Illinois
Central und Mississippi Central car hoist.
The "Monarch" brand of whisky for
sale by' It. Smyth & Co., is said to be the
best in the world. Sec notice in another
An immense bank of ice floated out of
the Ohio about o o'clock this afternoon
probably a loosened gorge that had been
formed alxive Paducuh.
There was a meeting of the Reform
club, last night, the object being to make
jirrangemetits for the coming of Mr. Rey
nolds, on Thursday night.
The steamer MeComb transferred
about one hundred and fitty loaded freight
enrs, Sunday, taking over about the sump
number she brought back. .
The burglars who entered Capt. Wil
Hams' residence carried away a guitur, a
piano cover, und a stock of provisions,
worth, in the aggregate, $ 70 or SfHO.
A solitary drunk one John .Smith be
ing tlje subject constituted tho sum total
of the police business before Judge Rird
yesterday. Smith was fined 1 and costs,
w hich ho paid.
' Why cannot we have a gravel road from hero to
As such projects must always have a be
ginning, suppose wo "put our heads to
gether"1 and demand it.
The John W. Cannon is sa'nllo be boss
ing things on tho lower Mississippi. The
other day Bho beat tho White's famous time
. from New Orleans to Doualdsonville, thir
teen minutes, and mado seven landings.
We have been placed in possession of j
the particulars of a Uuion City "surprise
party" in which a number of Cairo young- j
uteri were concerned. The surprint were (
Xho Hurpriscd in this cute, for but our (
silence can be purchased, our price being a
pair of No. 8 embroidered slippers.
Mr. Beck, Superintendent of the South
( in division of the Illinois Central railroad
and Mr. Seymour, his assistant, have been
in the city week or more, fulfilling, np
pareutly. a special mission. .
The rise in tho Ohio enabled tho
(teamer Eckort to get olf ground, and
innko herself useful, which she did by go
ing to the relief of the C. & V. incline,
which had been knocked out of shape by
Tho Rocky Mountain News gives a
list of the failures that occurred in Denver
during the year 188, prominent among
which is that of I). Hurd and Son. The
amount of their assets or liabilities was not
The rumor that Mr. Egnew was about
to leave Cairo for Detroit, is without foun
dation. Mr. Egnew had a very tempting
offer from that city, but delined it and in
forms us that he proposes to stay in the
How shall we regain our losses is tho
question thought over by mauy in theso
times. Take our advice and remit a small
amount to Alex Frothingham & Co.. bro
kers 12 Wall street, New York, who by
their judicious investments have relieved
hundreds from pressing need. Send for
their Financial Report, sent free.
The ice on tho Missouri shore just
above Columbus, broke loose Sunday, and
turning out into the chaunel, gorged the
river. The steamer Charley McDonald,
butted at it several hours in the hope of
breaking it up, but without effect. The
McDonald quit work at 8 o'clock p. m., and
shortly after 9 the gorge gave way, leaving
the river open to Cairo.
When the Sun says that "Mose favors
Logan for Senator," it doesn't state the case
fairly. Mr. Harrell, vulgarly called "Mose,"
has said that siuce Illinois must suffer the
infliction of a Republican Senator, be
would select the man whom two-thirds of
the Republican party seem to want, viz:
Logan. Put it in that shape, Demosthenes,
and we'll not "go back on it."
- The effort to pull up the cradles of the
Illinois Central incline has been terribly
destructive on cables and hausers. Every
thing of that character employed parted
as if it were a rope of sand, the cradles re
fusing to even budge out of compliment to
the strain. Old Tom Winter, an old "tar,"
finally utilized the wire cables stored in the
Illinois Central depot, and the stubborn
cradles "had to come."
Mr. J. T. Roberts is not only a zealous
temperance man, but is a useful one. He
has taken an active and laborious part in all
the entertainments given by the Reform
club, and in raising money for the use of
the club, by soliciting subscriptions and do
nations. He has been engaged in the work
of money raising during the two or three
days past, with tho view of raising u fund
sufficient to cover the cost of Dr. Reynolds'
visit. His success is unite flatterim?.
Our old friend U. W. Reeves, of the
neighboring village of Rlandville, is a can
didate for a seat in the. Kentucky Senate.
A more unright, conscientious man, or one
blessed with a larger stock of sound, prac
tical "horse-sense," cannot be found in Hal-
lard or any of the adjoining counties. He
would render bis constituents good service,
would know the needs of bis district and
hiw to supply them.
A lad abaut fourteen years of age, was
arrested yesterday, and taken before Judge
Bird, on a charge of snowballing in the
streets. At the request of officer I Ioga.i the
Judge discharged the lad; but other boys
who violate the ordinances in like maimer,
must not count upon like leniency. The
police are determined the breakup the prac
tice of snowballing in the crowded streets
of the city, and boys who hereafter defy the
law in that way, may expect to be lined or
The New Orleans Times announces the
marriage of Mr. Charles M.Whitney and
Miss Laura C. Sloo. The marriage was cel
ebrated at the home of the bride's parents
last Tuesday. The bridegroom is a pros
perous commission merchant of New Or
leans, and a gentleman of high commercial
standtng. Tho bride is a cousin of Mrs. J.
R. Taylor, and Messrs. Al. and Tom Sloo,
of Cairo. She visited this city, some time
ago, and formed tho acquaintance of quite
u number of our people, both male and
The rapid rise in the Ohio has oc
casioned Mime mischief, but nothing of a
very serious character. The movement of
the shore ice, Sunday morning, tore loose
the Cairo and Vinccnnes wharf-boat, and
displaced a cradle of the incline. The
steamers Gold Dust and (! rand Tower be
ing at hand, with steam up, the wharf-lxiat
was immediately shoved back to ita moor
ings. A force of hands were at work all
day Sunday getting the careened cradle
into place, and in an effort to bring a hiiIi
inerged one out of the watar. Theso cradles
are about one hundred feet in length, und
any power less than that of a hundred men
or a strong locomotive, can't "budge" them.
Whilo the heavy ice was moving in the
Ohio, the Illinois Central wharf-boat was
not used as u warehouse, Mini. Tho man
agers of the company's affairs here very
I wisely concluded that if tho iee cut down
tho wharf-tout, tho loss of tho boat itself
would be about as heavy a contribution to
the total losses by tho ice as tho company
would care to mako. Consequently the
thousands of dollars' worth of pork, flour,
oil, garden seeds, and miscellaneous mer
chandise that arrived during nu interval of
a week or more, wero stored on the wharf
and in the depot. Believing that tho princi
pal danger had passed, the compnny com
menced using the wharf-boat again, last
Sunday; and there is a prospect, now, that
its continued uso will not be interrupted.
Tho editor of the Paduoah News is
calling tho attention of the Republican par
ty of that city to its delinquency in the
matter of furnishing the City Marshal a
decent suit of clothing. The Marshal's
name is Tom liirschitt, and tho News says
that ns he had no clothes to start in on, he
is scarcely in a presentable conctition. A
city officer "without any clothes" would
shock us modest Cairo people terribly ; but
ns Tom started in "without any clothes"
last fall, tho spectacle he presents lias be
come so common to the Paducahites, that
the most respectable newspaper speaks of tho
naked fellow as "scarcely" presentable. To
say the least that can be said of the matter,
it is treating the Marshal wit!: a great deal
On Friday evening last Capt. Williams
reported to the assembled Reform club that
be had, during his term of office, receive
$"00 on account of dues and an equal sum
on other accounts. As everything of any
consequence that occurs in tho city finds
mention in The Buxetin, the Captain's re
port was not, of course, an exception. We
told, as he did, bow much money he had re
ceived; but didn't add, because ho didn't,
that all of it bad been expended. "The
stranger within our gates," reading Satur
.lay morning's Biixetin, and knowing
nothing of the impeeuniosity of the Reform
club, had some reason to infer that nil the
money received was still on hand. Satur
day night, or during the small hours of
Sunday morning, the Captain's residence
was burglarized. Did the publication in
The Bulletin suggest the burglary J The
thousand dollars or more reported as re
ceived, was quite enough to excite tho cu
pidity of every cracksman in the city. Did
it do so, and is the burglarious proceeding
chargeable to the publication of tho Cap
tain's report? If so, it may be well to sec
to it in the future, that like reports of re
ceipts, when published, be accompanied by
tho treasurer's report of expenditures.
The readers of TnE Bulletin can
readily recall the Christmas shooting scrape
in Scott's saloon how a desperate negro
roustabout, named Burn-ll Brooks, shot
Scott's barkeeper through the lungs, and
subsequently fired four mischievously
meant balls at officer Ilogan ; and how, un
der circumstances that evinced the most
dauntless courage, Ilogan brought the
derperado from his hiding place, and
lodged him iu tho county jail these
particulars are, no doubt, readily recalled
by all of oiif local readers. Well, we have,
now, the sequel to the affair. Brooks' trial
came on to be heard on Saturday. After
much trouble and vexatious delay a jury
was empannelled, the testimony heard and
the case turned over for the consideration
of the jury. The proof of the negro's
guilt was concluive; but the jury found it
a difficult matter to agree upon the measure '
of punishment to be inflicted. It was
finally agreed that Brooks should bo im
prisoned in the penitentiary at hard labor
for a term of three years, and a verdict to
that effect was read in open court yesterday
morning. The punishment is light; but as
there is another indictment against him for
a murderous assault upon officer Ilogan, the
punishment may be made to "double up"
until it stands in proper relation to the
A friend and patron of The Bulletin,
writing to us from Austin, Texas, says the
winter there has been one of unusual severi
ty. We quote from his letter the follow
ing: "As I now write (3 o'clock p. in.,)
the air is filled with great flakes of fulling
snow, whilst a keen, cutting wind the
very breath of Alaskan ice-fields, comes
sweeping down from the north. The ground
for the depth of u foot or more is frozen
hard as a bone; great, long icicles hang
pendant from the eaw-s of the houses, and
the w indows are white with the "handiwork
of thefrost king. Boysand men women and
girlskeepcloscly housed -niulhVd to theears,
skip hurriedly along the streets, as if hasten
ing to gain the inviting warmth of home.
The dumb animals stand shivering, with
arched backs, on tlu "south side" of the
buildings, or are bunting here and there for
protection from the falling snow and cut
ting wind. To make a short story shorter
it is cold. I needn't say the weather
reminds mo of Cairo, for it doesn't. It is
weather peculiar to this winter. I have
nothing in my experience with which to
compare it; but in view of the yellow fever
germs left in the South to freeze cut, wo
welcome the cold and shall not comjiluin if
it continues until the middle of February.
I met an old citizen of New Orlcani to-day.
lie has lived in that city thirty-nine years,
and has closely studied tho atmospheric
ics. He says that one week of weailn-t that
brings tho mercury to within ten degrees of
zero kills tho yellow fever germs ns com
pletely and effectually as 500 degrees of
heat would kill the gennenating jowr of
an egg. No where in tho country', he miy,
can tho germs escape utter destriciion, and
unless the epidemic is imported iguin, the
people of tho South will bo nssaft from yel
low fever next summer as they no- arc,
with tho thermometer near zero." .nd so
on. Tho writer speaks iu glowing terms of
Texas as an agricultural and pastmd coun
try ; but advises young mon who ire umkin"
a living elsewhere, "not to surrender the
one bird iu hand for tho whole flock ho
may sec in tho Texas bush. They are aw
ful hard birds to catch, and where one hun
ter bags a pair of them a dozen hunters re
turn sadly discouraged and with empty
game pouches," It might bo well for
Texas-Hinltten young men who think of
"going it blind" to give tho writer's assu
rance all duo consideration. He is aciiudid
gentleman, who can have nomotiv'o for mis
Such of our citizens is aro looking
forward to Dr. Reynolds' luhors, this week,
for a counterpart to the work of last winter
are doomed to disappointment. The public
mind, then, was ripe for a temperance rev
olution. It was a new thing, and every
body entered into the campaign with an
enthusiasm bordering on rcstacy. Immense
preparations wero made for tho Doctor's
coming, ami, to employ a figure of speech,
all the temperance seed sown in the soil of
our people's hearts, germinated with a
magical quickness. Everything that every
body said, whether good, bad or
indifferent, was applauded to tlu echo.
Every song that was sung, whether appro
priate to the occasion or inappropriate, but
added earnestness to the furore. The en
thusiasm of the people laid directly at the
Burface, and a mere touch set it aflame. It
is not to be wondered at. therefore, that
four or five hundred persons signed the
pledge. But. as we have said, the citizen
who looks forward to the Doctor's lalsirs,
this week, to produce a counterpart to that
work, will be disappointed. The material
is not here to work upon. Four-fifths of
all the people who could, under any cir
cumstances, be induced to enter a temper
ance organization, have signed the pledge
already. The harvest for the reapers is not
hero to reap, hence it is expecting too
much of Dr. Reynolds to expect
that he will "cram our temperance granaries
as they were never crammed before." If he
awakens some of the old enthusiasm; if he
rekindles the fires' and brings them to a
blaze that will warm up the live hundred
members of the club to zealous work in the
cause; strengthen their resolution to ob
serve their troth if he does this, and adds
one hundred names to the pledge, his lators
and the expense attending them, will be
abundantly repaid. Temperance meetings
and speeches are becoming tin old thing
among us, and it will not be doing the Doc
tor himself, justice, to measure the result of
his promised labors by the result of his
labors of last w inter.
IKE WALDEli'S SLEIGH.
The stock of sleighs improvise 1 for the
present occasion form an interesting study,
as nearly every one of them serves as an in
dex to the ingenuity and resources of the
owner. .Most ol them are Dti' 'tries and de
livery wagons on runners. By running a
properly curved gas pipe or bar ot iron
fron axle to axle on either side, a sleigh is
completed fit for royalty itself. For easy,
delicious riding they are matchless. Then
there are sleighs like Ike Walder's, made
out of a dry good's box. In the production
of bis fleigh Ike took counsel with all his
neighbors, bis object being to make a
sleigh so infernal rough and ugly, and so
liable to upset that nobody would either
ste;il or borrow it; and so uncomfortable to
liih; in that he'd never Use it the second
time himself, lie finally decided upon the
plan, aiid has built the very sleigh he
wanted. It is three feet long, four feet
wide and five feet high, and has the u'ly
habit of flipping up behind, and
pitching the inmates forward between
the horses. It has been known to
go a block and a half without mishap;
but before the length of two blocks is
made, it invariably rears up behind and
empties itself. No man ever saw a road
scraper that could flop half as quick ; but,
so fur, all its efforts to flop a uoriiLE somer
sault, have proved abortive. It is always
necessary to have Ike along, for he's the
only man living who can tell when the
thing is got to rights again. A stranger
would be ns apt to use it upside down, on
its beam cud, or on one corner, ns any other
way; and. although that would probably be
the safest way to use it, Ike won't permit
it. It is simply a matter of stubbornness
bet-veen Ike and the sleigh. He is deter
mined that the thing shall run "right side
up," but the thing itself has a fancy for
rooting its nose in the ground and elevating
its hinder-parts that is terribly exasperat
ing, rather sudden, and decidedly danger
ous. Ike will conquer if the repeated flop
pings don't kill him; but then whut will
the sleigh bo worth? It may be conquered;
but it will tear itself all to pieces first.
FmsT Masquerade Ball of the season, will
be given by the Cairo Turngettieindo, on
February 4. Everybody should attend.
Tickets only 50 cents.
The gentlemen connected with Presbyte
rian church will givo a Pound Party at the
rooms of Mr. Hyslop, Thursday evening
next. All friends of the church are invited
to be present; and those attending should
not forget to bring that pound of ,
sealed, to be sold without opening, to the
J. M. Lansden,
S. D. AVEItH,
J. S. Reaiidkn, Committee,
B. F. Blakk,
Blank books in stock or mado to order
by Ambrose Pyatt. Paper Boxes manufac
tured to order. Cull at tho Bulletin Build
ing, or address him through tho postofllcc.
Notwithstanding our very large sales during this season,
our Stock of Winter Goods on hand, is yet very largeand com
plete. So. in order to close out tin4 same, or make room for
our Spring purchases, we have made a general reduction in
the prices of Winter Stock in all the departments of our is
tablishment. ami offer EXTKAOIfDINAIJY INDrcKMKNTS
We invite the careful inspection of the public.
138 and U0 Commercial Avenue.
pecKxix DEUG STO RU,
COK.COMMKRCIA L AV.
GEO. E.0'HAKA, Proprietor,
I aupplied ilh a full Mock of Froh Inn.-.
Aim Toilet Scape, Perfumery, Iiribe. etc.. uud
ini-i- of the day.
JCEspeeial Care and Attention civen to the
Fr.EE oyster LUNCH every night at half-
past eight o'clock, is spread by Harry
Branch Office of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, ut Mrs, James' No.
17 Eighth Street, Cairo, Ills.
My Motto "Qiuk sales and small
profits." So save your money by calling at
the lumberyard of J. S. Mc(ialn-y. Build
ing material of all kinds, including side
walk and curbing lumber, cedar posts, etc.
Also, five two-horse Moline wagons for sale
Newsi'ai'ERs, School His iks. Inks of the
best brands, Albums, Office Fixtures,
Brackets, Pencils, Steel Pens and a variety
of Stationery, all at very low figures, always
on hand at Ambrose Pyatt 's News and
Stationery Stand, Bulletin Building comer.
The Bulletin building dining room will
be open' on Monday, January Bl, for accom
modation of day boarders. Application for
board can be made at The Bulletin of
fice. Terms, $;j.r() per week. J. IIinson.
All the finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, tine cut and plug, meerschaum and
other pipes, cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and varied stock, for sale at wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Free oyster lunch at half-past eight
o'clock, every night, at Harry Walker's
.TokRonf.ker, having taken the rooms
at the corner of Fourteenth and Washing
ton avenue, lately occupied by Pettis k
Bird, has opened a saloon which will be
found first-class in every appointment, To
his old friends and tho public generally,
he extends a cordial invitation to call. His
bar is supplied with only the choicest of
wines, liquors and cordials, and his rooms
are attractive and pleasant,
Important to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their .winter boots and
shoes. We have on hand and aro still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots and shoes, all slyles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-miulo
goods, which wo sell lower than ever be
fore, and lou et than like goods can be ob
tained anywhere in tho city. We also
have n good lino of ladies shoes of tho best
manufacture, from n fino kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. c. Kocii,
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street.
AN! KI( 1 11TKKNT1 1 ST,
M illciii.-a ami ( hi-mli al rA undoubted purity.
a Full Line of all the popular 1'aliut Fa in lie
iii jiou nd i nir of physicians' precrltion.
Keei out the cold and wet by usiiiLr nib
her weather strips on your ilmrs and u in
dows. Blake will do the work fur vuti.
Amiirosk Pyatt keeps a full supply uf
all the TVxt Books iwed in the Cairo public
schools. He is hIso supplied with Peucib,
all grades nf Writing Paper, everything in
fact that enters into the outfit of h1i''I chil
dren. You Can iik Haity. If you will '.-p
all your extravagant and wrong notimis in
diK toiing yourself and families with ex
pensive doctors or humbug cure-alls, that
do harm always Hnd use only natures sim
ple remedies for all your uilmcnts-you will
be wise, well and happy, and save great ex
pense. The greatet remedy for this, the
grout, wise and good will tell you, is Hop
Bitters believe it. See "Privi-rb" in
j SMYTH it CO.
Have jttKt received a laro invoice of the cel ':.'.: -1
OLD W I I ISKY
Direct from the illntillery. ThU U n ntlouLti-n' r
the best whlnky illstlllell ill KeiltlU kv. null r.lll
lieilcpi'iiiteil upon u pure ctraiijlit old ijuoils Fur
Mile, uholcmile or retail,
N'OTICK.-A ineetlnt! of the Utockholiler- or llii!
City National Iliiuk. for the election nf 11 l!n:irl
or Itlri-elnra. will he In-ld In thi-olll it tin- liink,
on TlH'i-iliiy. the llth lny of .Innniiiv in-xt. hi pj
o'clock A. M. W. IIYSI.ol', ( uslili i-
For a Cain.' of the fullim-ine HIhimhun which Hut dif
ferelit u ti in hcrsi ol
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH PADS
Will not cure with Iteiniirkiible Succosx.
v. i . j Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, e,-.
M)' 1 ' ) Price, f 2.
( Kidney, Splno and Bladder id
Xo. 2 i s lections, and Nervous Prostia-
( tion. Price, $:).
,) Female Diseases and Womb Al
0' '' j lections. Price
K i, J Infhimatioi) of the Lungs, Bnm
I) ' chitis and Asthma. Price, $3.
'."hv iiliovo reward dova not apply lo Caaea nlremly
In the aurijlfal or fatal tauc. On receipt of prh a
will aend rail by mall, Hewaru of Imitation, tuko
uoiie, hut the Forbea, Heud lor circular to
, DR. U. W. FORTH'Ji,
liil Klin Ht Cincinnati, Ohio, mid leurn particular
liiipiu taut lo invalid,