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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKMMU, JANUAUY IS79.
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Mid iMiituliir remedy for I'liuclw. t old, trimp.
liuurxiK M ami all throat ami limn din-am-a. Una
Inn in nr lor hair a nntnr. IKk lum reiomuieiid
nti iirrciil' It. J. K. Yuiiman, Long 1. O., III..
mv: -It vmI my two children frm III" irravi-.
A'L.MimiuiUK. or Baltimore, .Mil.. aim aaya: -It
will cure the won't cunuh Immediately." Alc your
!ruL'L'li or i;'nral Mon-keepcr for It anil tuke mi
Mtitr. I'rW-'a. .. 50., and I.(W per bottle. Send
ti.r rin nlar. H K. tfellora Co.. Proprietor,
l-ittfliiirK, l'a. Barclay Bron., Agents, (.alio.
For over .10 vc art SELLER'S LIVER PILLS hvo
been the aiaiidard remedy lor l.ivor Complaint.
-oilenea. Sick Headache, Pain in Shoulder or
Park. I)l.aiuei, Coated Tonira' Krvi-r und An-.
ud all dlMai.ua artitlnn from a derancd Mate or the
Uvcr or Moniach. Tbomaa Aduma, r Bis bandy.
Kv.. ava: Heller'a Pllli have aaved hundred of
ilullara'ln doctors' bill lu thi countrv. K. fc.
rVUera A Co.. Proprietor, Pltiaburg, Pa. Barclay
Broa.. Agent. Cairo.
rpiIE GREAT BLOOD TOXIC
Por the cure at all diaeaaca arising from Impure
blood, ami for Invigorating and atruncthen nit tho
vitaioman. Are you weak, nervous., dehillliitea,
and i-marialed? Have you lot your appetite!
liave von nausea, pain In the hack. 4ct -If hi. Or.
E-ndsey's Blood Searcher will drive out the disease
and bring back the Bloom or Health, riiiiplcs.
Boil. Krvslpelaa. Tetter. Salt Rheum. Ac are hut
surface indications (r Blood Disease: ami lr. bind
Blood Searcher, by purifying the system soft
i t the klu and beantlflea the conitilexlon. Sold
i y all timi?,Tii. jiw ucruoiue. . i. . .7.......
I roprietor, Pittsburg. Pa. Barclay Broe., Ay-ma
II. MAREAN, yi. I).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
0c Commercial avenue. Residence corner
1-oiirut-mli St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
Office and Residence :
SO. 81 THIRTEE.NTn STREET, CAIRO. ILL.
jR. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Office No. 13C Commercial Avenne, between
f; il'li iii and Ninth Street
JJR. W. C. JOCELYX,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
OFFICR-Ohlo Levee, bet. Fonrth and Sixth at.
JJXEGAR & LANSDEX,
OFPK'K-No. 118 Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COl'XTY.
Only Scorning Daily in Southern Illinois,
We are authorized to announce the name of Ai.
ruiu Comi nii at a candidate for City Treasurer at
the ensuing city election.
We are athorlzed to announce the name of V.u.
tkii L. BiiiHTot. a a candidate for the office of city
Treasurer, at the ensuing charter election.
Notice. to wiioa it may conceiin. The Cairo
Bulletin Co., will pay no bill contracted by any of
It employe, or any one connected w ith The Hci.
i.rnn. unless the amc I made on a written order
signed hy myt-elf, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented.
E A. Bun mitt.
Sionai OrrtT. I
Canto. I!!., Jan. 14. 9. f
. Time. Bar. Ther, Hum Wind. Vcl. Weather.
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Maximum Temperature. 409; Ulnlinum Tem-,
eiature, 81 i ; Kainfalt, 0.U) inch,
t W. II. RAY.
Sers't Sljual Corp, L'. S. A
Mr. C. R. Yoo(nar(l returnuil from
his .'osteru trip Munday.
Quite a bunk of ice ha )nU up
against wliarf-hoat Xo. 2, but no damage is
Telegraph rates have been rciluceil to
twenty-rive cents for ten words to any point
on the line of the C.iiro and St. Louis rail
road. (Vrtiiin Padueah taxpayers threaten to
restrain the city council, by proceeding
lit law, from making u contract for the
ligliting of thu streets by gas.
-The freight that accuintiluted in the
Illinois Central depot is being transferred
tojhe wharf-bout, and will go forward to
its destination the first opportunity.
Wo bear that Mr. Lancaster's cbiid is
in a fair ay to recover. The ease is in the
bunds of the Rev. Dr. Kuerschticr. who is
Mid to ut treating it very successfully.
Circuit court will probably remain in
s ission ten days or two weeks yet. The law
and chancery dockets to dispose of number
about one hundred and seventy-five cases
Harper a Weekly and Hazar for Janu
ary 2oth, full of the best literatureof the day,
comes to our table with usual promptness.
For sale by all tli3 news dealers in the city.
One ot our physicians refuses to attend
tlrj Medical convention to convene in Cen
tra! ia to-day, because the railroad com
pany limits passengers to one hundred and
flrty pounds of baggage.
' A protracted meeting in the Methodist
Episcopal church is In contemplation. It
will follow Dr. Reynold's lalwrs in the tem
perance cause, and will continue as long as
the interest manifested shall warrant.
A dispatch from Puducah yesterday
evening reported tlto river full of very heavy
ice, will probably be here this morning.
The gorge at Carsvillo had not broken,
but a break-up was hourly anticipated. The
jhtc from the upper Ohio had readied
Rockport, Indiana, but . had not needed
the river lit Evansville.
Passengers by the Mississippi train
Monday night were compelled to remain in
East Cairo all night. The prevailing fog
ami floating ico rendered it unsafe lor the
McComb to mako the necessary Iraiister,
John Massey, the colored man who
made a murderous assault , upon Minor
Johnson, lnt summer, was picked up, a
day or two ago, aud was put upon trial
yesterday afternoon; but with what result
we did not learn.
Ono William Kelly took on a cargo of
bad whisky yesterday, and became limber
under its influence. He was fined $2 and
costs, and, as is usually the case with men
who get '"booming drunk," be had no
money. He was, therefore, calabooscd for
a period of five days.
The Fisk lias resumed her trips, arriv
ing here on her first trip late Monday even
ing, and very nearly on time, yesterday.
Considerable ice, of a muddy, slushy na
ture was floating in-shore yesterday even
ing, but it wa9 not heavy enough to seri
ously obstruct navigation.
- The case of Craig, under an indict
ment for murder, will be called to-day;
but as Mrs. Brown, the leading witness for
the prosecution, is in Texas, an application
will probably be made for a continuance.
Upon a former trial of the case the jury
failed to agree a fact that will not operate
to the prejudice of the defendant any.
We were sorry to learu, as we did yes
terday evening, that officer Hogan was ta
ken down during the day, seriously ill. At
5 o'clock he had a high fever and it is
feared that his ailment is an attack of
pneumonia. He was on duty the preceed
ing night and as the night was a damp,
sloppy one he was subjected to great ex
Messrs. Gerricke and Parke finished
the job of removing the yellow fever dead
from the burial place beyond the Missis
sippi levee yesterday. The last bodies re
moved were those of Mrs. Stouer and Clara
Keno, both of which were reburried in
Villa Ridge. Messrs. (J. and P. desire to
be informed if any lssljes remain unmoved.
They wish to make a .'rclean sweep" of the
Dr. Reynold's first meeting in Cairo
will bo held Friday uigiit. It has been de
cided to hold ttic meetings in the rooms of
the Reform club, they being alwutas capa
cious as any hall that is readily obtainable.
A meeting to complete arrangements was
held last night. The Doctor and his wife
will arrive by the afternoon train to-mor
The railroad men are prcpariug for a
big rush. The freight that accumulated
during the suspension ot navigation will all
come forward now, a perfect avalanch of
boxes, bags, bales and barrels. Thirty or
tony car loads of cotton that had come
forward by the C. A. T. road, was on the
Missouri shore yesterday, and will proba
bly Ii3 brought over to-day. From this
time forth, for a week or more, the carrying
facilities of all our roads are likely to bi
taxed to their utmost.
The 'Indianapolis & Vincennes road
passed out of the management of the P. C.
k St. L. road, January 2d, and its accounts
are now audited by the Pennsylvania rail
road company, the latter company having
leased that line. The new name is the
"Pennsylvania Company operating Indian
apolis A; Vincennes Railroad." Mr. I).
W. Caldwell has been appointed general
manager, with headquarters at Columbus.
Ohio. The other officers m the service of
the old company will be retained until after
The police arc determined to rid the
city of tramps and vagabonds, and we are
glad to notice that their efforts are meeting
the hearty concurrence of the Police Magis
trate. Frank Barney, William Lynch and
Reuben Foster a decidedly "scaley" set,
were brought before Bird, yesterday, un
der the vagrant act. The proof against
them being conclusive, a fine of one hund
red dollars and costs, was charged up
against each of them. A short stay of ex
ecution was granted, however, and during
the Interval of grace they got out of the
Having published the item in which it
was claimed that the steamer John W.
Cannon passed the Natchez under way, it
is only fair to give the explanation. Capt.
Leathers claims that lie left New Orleans
loaded and by no means in running trim,
and that the Cannon came on flying light,
and passed him without any effort being
made on the part of the Natchez to prevent
it. There is no doubt but that the Cannon
is fast, but everybody knows that the
Natchez lias shown her heels to everything
that lias tackled her except the old Bob
We were a little mixed yestcrdry, in our
statement of the disposition of the two
cases against Burrell Brooks, thu negro des
perado. The first trial was under the in
ditinent for an assault to kill, mudo upon
officer Hogan. In this case the jury return
ed a verdict of guilty, nnd fixed the pun
ishmnnt at three years in tlio penitentiary.
The trial under the indictment for shooting
Rankin came off" Monday, ami in this case
the jury gave the defendant seven years,
making a total of ten years imprisonment
for a Christmas frolic of less than an hour's
duration. Brooks is a bad negro, and the
public is happily rid of him. By the time
he renders tbo state te'i year's service- in the
rock-breaking or some other laborious cm
ployment, he will lose some ot his frolick
Receiving an intimation hmt summer,
that an indictment was peuding against him,
John Massey, who made the murderous as
sault on Minor Johnson, took totlio woods,
and remained there up to Sunday, when
special deputy Sheriff Gladney, captured
him aud brought him to Cairo. The cap
ture was made in what is known as Tur
key Flat, about sixtecu miles from Cairo.
Massey, on sight of Gladney, took to bis
heels, and it was ouly at the end of a mile
foot race that he was overtaken. Gladney
bad chased him through briers nnd brush,
and finally tumbling into a pond of water,
concluded that 'temporising'' had gono far
enough, so he ilrawcd a bead on Massey,
aud told him that if lie didn't stophe'd per
forate him. Massey stopped, was taken in
charge, and made the sixteen mile journey
to Cairo as Gladeny did, on foot.
The ball of the Cairo Commandry
Knights Templar last night was a scene of
gayety nud pleasure. The occasion was
the regular monthly sociable of the Com
mandry. Early in the evening tlic hall ws
filled by Sir Kuights in full uniform aud
their invited guests, and "pleasure ruled
the hour.'' At eleven o'clock all were in
vitod to the banquet romn where a hand
some collation was spread, to which all did
ample justice, as who would not when
tempted by collie whose fragrance tilled the
room and where everything else was so de
liriously enticing. Among those present
our reporter noticed Sir Knights Dunning,
Antrim, Parker, Hanny, Henderson, Bar
clay, Phillis, Whitlock and Blake of the
Cairo Commandry. Mrs. Dunning, Mrs.
Antrim, Mrs. Parker, Mis. James, Mrs;
Hanny, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gilbert, Mr.
and Mrs. M. F. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. A. Marx, Capt. .1.
F.Miller, Col. Brown and lion. J. T.
Thomas, of Metropolis, Mr. Gil more, edi
tor of St. Louis Magazine, Mr. aud Mrs.
Espy, Mr. and Mrs M. P. Fulton, Dr. E.
W. Whithxk, Mr. and Mrs. Royse, Capt.
W. M. Williams, Dr. Lawrence, of Goose
Island, Mr. Boutler, of Chep, Corby & Co.
COUNCIL MEETING LAST NIGHT,
A Kt'I.I. BEI'OllT OK TIIK I'ltOCEEWNiiS,
A bare quorum of members attended the
council meeting last night. A few min
utes before 8 o'clock the Mayor rapped the
house to order and the following named Al
dermen responded to roll call: Foley,
Patier, Rittenhouse, 0 Callahan, Worn! and
Yocum 0 The following named Alder
men, for reasons good, and perhaps bad
ami indifferent also, failed to put in an ap
pearance: Lancaster, Thistlcwood, Ilulii
day and Wright 4-
Rcadingof the minutes dispensed with
approved without reading
Upon call for reports from city officers,
the City Clerk reported that he hud exam
ined the report of the City Treasurer, sub
mitted to the Council 011 the 7th instant,
and found it correct.
The City Attorney having been impor
tuned for reasons for the delay in collecting
the special sidewalk tax. replied in writing
that he had filed his petition for the up- '
poiniiiient of commissioners toasM s.-, etc., 1
at the July term of the County Court, 1
that the commissioners were duly ap- j
pointed; but owing to the appearance j
of the yellow fever in the city, a majority
of them absented themselves, and were not !
ready to report at the November term of the j
court. Hence, as a matter of necessity the j
matter had to stand over until March, 187'.). !
when the next law term of tlie court will be
held. Report received and ordered filed, j
The Committee on Claims reported sun-j
dry claims against the city, including the j
quarterly allowance of ifOO to each lire I
company, and recommended their allow- j
mice. On motion of Alderman Patier the j
report ot the committee was concurred in
and the several claims reported ordered
The Council then passed to the considera
tion of the Marshal's dog report. The Com
mittee on Claims had pas.scd upon the re
port, and recomended that it be referred
back to the Marshal with instructions to
prepare the samo in conformity with the jr
dinances of the city. Subsequently a ma
jority of the committee recommended that
the lumber bill of Mr. Rice, for lumber
used by the Marshal in the building of the
dog pound, amounting to $18.05 bo paid;
that the payment be considered in full sat
isfaction of the Marshal's claim against the
city on account of killing and inipomnd
ingdogs, and that the pound be considered
the property of the city.
Alderman Patier moved the allowance of
the bill as recommended and the qti'stion
was stated to the houso.
Alderman Wood didn't approve of any
such an arrangement. The Committee on
Claims had considered the Marshal's re
port, and had recommended its reference
back to the .Marshal for correction. The
Marshal's report covered Rico's bill, and
Mr. Rice was entirely unkown ii: the mat
ter. Ho wanted to see the repoit take ite
regular course, and was opposed, hi the sub
stitution of Rice's bill for the report of tbo
Marshal. The Council certainly had
not forgotten how that Alderman
Wright had introduced a resolution
providing for the building of a pound, nnd
how that the resolution -was voted down,
Mr. Lancaster himself, who now brings in
a claim for lumber, voting ngainut the reso
lution. Since thru thu Marshal without the
consent of the Council und contrary to its
will as indicated by that resolution, had
gone to work and built 11 pound ijnd now
asks the city to pay for it.
Alderman Foley remarked that the city
owed the Marshal more than the amount of
the lumber bill, but wwuld receipt nil
claims against the city 011 account of im
pounding and slaughtering dogs, if the
city would pay this bill, and then the city
would own the pound, lie thought tho
proposition fair, and would vote for it.
Alderman Wood then spoke at souk;
length upon the Irregularity of the proceed
Alderman Rittenhouse said that he
thought it an expeditious manner of dispos
ing of the matter. Tho amount was due to
the Marshal, and he would accept its pay
ment as a payment in full to himself.
Alderman Yocum remarked thnt he rec
ollected voting against the pound resolution,
but it was n pound for cattle and bogs.
Sihcc then the Council bad discussed the
dog nuisance, the Marshal was charged
with the duty of abating it, nnd what was
he to do? Catch them ami chain them up?
How was he to dispose of them? Re
thought the Marshal had acted tinder the
pressure of necessity, lb; was therefore in
favor of paying the bill.
Alderman Patier wanted the matter dis
posed of, and could not see but that the
Marshal's proposition would ilfoct that
Alderman Wood remarked that if the
Committee on Claims would indorse on the
Marshal's rejtort, that the payment of the
$1S.9.) for the lumber would be in full fur
all sums due tlie Marshal on account of
impounding and slaughtering dogs it be
ing umlerstood that the pound was the
property of the city, he would vote for it.
Otherwise he would vote against ti.
The report was finally endorsed accord
ing to alderman Wood's suggestion, and the
motion to pay the tWJ'i carried.
An ordinance amendatory of Sec. ltl.
chap. 10 of the Revised Ordinances, provid
ing for the appointment of a physician as
Health Officer, and Inspector of Meats and
Vegetables, at a salary of $75 per month
was read a second tinu, and ou a motion to
adopt, alderman Patier said he should vote
against the ordinance 1 iecausc of his con
viction that no competent physician would
serve the city faithfully for the compensa
Alderman Woxl thought Alderman Pa
tier had raised a question for future, not
present determination. He felt satisfied
that $7 p:-r month won.D command tho
services of a qualified physician: but as the
Alderman had expressed a determination to
defeat the ordinance, which his single vote
would do, he would move to lay it on the
Alderman Patier didn't want to see the
ordinance defeated by one vote; he wanted
a fuller expression of the Council, and
would therefore withdraw his motion to
adopt. A vote was then taken on the mo
tion to table, which resulted affirmatively.
Ordinance No. , in reference to the
cleauingof privies, which was referred to
the Ordinance Committee nn the 7th in
stant, was reported back with the recom- j
i:i:-ndation that the suggestions ot the Tax
payers' As-oeiatioii be incorporated therein,
e.vvpt the suggestion that tie.' rottonwood j
shad.; trees ot the city he cut down. The
committee thought that the planting of
any more such trees should be prohibited,
but an attempt to cut down those now
standing would provoke ill feeling and
trouble. Alderman Patier remarked that
he had some very fine full grown trees of
that kind himself, and he felt as every other
citizen would feel like defending them
against the woodman's axe with his shot
gun. Alderman Rittenhouse said that it was
the cottonwood trees toward which the Tax
payers' association evinced the greatest hos
tility, especially against the ''female cotton
wood trees." The cotton from them rlew
about the city nearly the whole season, get
ting into the gutters and cisterns rendering
the water impure, and filling up window
serenes aud preenting the free passage of
air. They were regarded as a decided nui
sance, and lie favored the abatement of the
Alderman Patier answered that cotton
wood trees constituted nearly all the street
shade in the city, and their removal before
other trees were grown to take their place,
he thought unadvisable. Quite every citizen
owning them would object, nnd many would
resist. The city would get trouble on its
hands by the adoption and enforcement of
such an ordinance. Prevent the planting
of any more, and in a few years those now
standing would bo cut down or displaced by
other trees, by the owner of the trees, and
thus all trouble and ill will would bo obvi
ated. Alderman Wood, to dispose of the mat
ter, moved that the report of the Ordinance
Company, in this connection, be re
ferred back to the Committee, with instruc
tion to prepare an ordinance in conformity
with the views of the Committee. This
motion was carried.
Alderman Putier, of the Ordinance Com
mittee, reported an ordinance amendatory
of section 48 of chapter 0 of the Revised
Ordinances, in this, that liquor license for
tlie year 1879 be granted on the payment of
100; but that on the expiration ot the year
the old flguro of $200 be restored. Laid
over under tlie rule, without the discussion
that every member present seemed eager to
Tlie Financo Committee recommended
Extraordinary Bargains !
Notwithstanding our very
our Stock of Winter (Joods on
plete. So. in order to close out
our Spring purchases. Ave have
the prices onYinter Stock in
tablishnient, and otter KXTKAOIUUXAKY IXMITKMEXTS
We invite the careful inspection of the public.
(loldstme & Koscnwater,
131! and 141) Commercial Avenue.
pi-ICEXIX DllUG SrrO R,
CO H. COMMERCIAL, AV. AND E Kill TEEN Tl I ST.,
GEO. F, O'HABA. Proprietor,
I i-.rii'.lcd ailh a f:i!l nock of Kr-.h Pru;, Mt'dlclnc" ai.il ( bi niii al of uiii'.ouM'-iI jiurity.
A'm Toilet So;;i. !'i i;mi-ry. Briifhc. ilc. awl a Full Lincnf a. I !bi- i.olar I'llnl Kami',
iin of tht- tiny.
iFjipfrial Care ami Attention slw-n to tttr rompownllnL'nf iliyfcinn' iri--riitiii.
that, aft'-r all the liabilities cf 1VTS are I
paid tlie City Clerk tnmsfi r all the unrx- j
pended balance of tlie several funds to tlie j
15'ianlot Health hum the object bein t
situarc all the other funds, and let the bal
ances go toward ni;ikiii',' up tie- deficit in
the Uoardof Health fund. The recommen
dation wi.s concurred in it brinji under
stood that the Kailroad Strip and Cache
River Uridye Fund be excepted from the
Alderman Wood introduced a resolution,
which was adopted, callinjr upon the Cor
poration Counsel for bis opinion ns to the
liability of, merchants to pay corporation
Alderman l'atier introduced the follow
ing: Resolved that the salary of the Mayor,
from and after bis present term of office be
fixed at $1,000 per annum, and that the
Ordinance Committer- report an ordinance
in conformity with this resolution. The
resolution carried, Alderman Rittenhouse
and Wood voting nay.
The Clerk read an opinion of the Corpo
ration Counsel to the effect that no special
relief.coiild be lawfully granted to saloon
keepers who suffered in their business hist
summer by reason of the presence of the
yellow fever. Relief could be given
through an ordinance reducing the price of
license generally, but not otherwise.
State and city saloon bonds ot Antonia
Cella, M. O'Donnell, Henry Ilazenjaeker
and Henry Frobina, were approved.
Alderman Rittenhouse presented a peti
tion about twelve feet in length, asking the
Council to pass an ordinance requiring the
consent of a majority of the voters and of
all women above the age of eighteen years
as a condition precedent to the issue of
liquor licenses in any ward of the city.
On motion of Col. Wood the petition was
referred to the Corporation Counsel with a
request that lie furnish his opinion as to the
powers of the Council in the premises, at
the next meeting.
Having no further business before it tlie
Council then adjourned.
Fit EE oyster lunch at half-past eight
o'clock, every night, at Harry Walker's
JoeRonekeu, having taken the rooms
at the corner of Fourteenth and Washing
ton avenue, lately occupied by Pettis &
Ilird, lias opened a saloon which will be
found first-class in every uppointnient, To
his old friends and the public gcnernlly,
he extends a cordial invitation to call. His
bar is supplied with only tho choicest of
wines, liquors and cordials, and his rooms
are attractive and pleasant.
DUCT I ON
large sales during this season,
hand, is yet very largeand com
tlie same, or make room tor
made a general reduction in
all tlie departments ot our e
Fukk oY-Ti.K i.r.MH every night at half
past ci',dit o'clock, i- spread by II :ry
(iivil tiy the
FEBUUAU V Mi, UlT'.i.
TICKETS :,o CK.NTS.
T,n'Ei:YRM)Y hoiilrl ntl.-nd. Il will Ik- tin- fli-t
lj uud ln-it hull of thu ki'iimiu.
COMXITTKK OK AltltAMIKMKNT.
l!il(iolili Ili-tjuiii krr. .Uhn Mullj. f,. c. ll. ., ri.
Stephen Schwuul., Win. AUm, Joint A. Km .., r.
Ed. A. Under.
Have jiM received ti ini'e invoice ir tlie Celelir.n-d
Direct rmm tlie ilii-tlllerv. Thl l niiilnulit, d'r
tlieheFtwhiKkydlMlU'edln Ki 'llttlckv, imhI ettil
lie depended upon ax pure Mrululit old linod. Kr
Httle. liolenile or retml.
Sr.00 KENYA Mil.
For al'aee of tlie followinir THwafpa wlileli Um t'.'f
fereni mi inherit ol
Dr. Forbes' HEALTH TAPS
Will not euro with Itemnrkahle. SurceMH.
v j Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, etc.
( Kidney, Spine and Rladder nf
Xo. 2 i lections, and Nervous Frost i a
( tion. Price,
v.. , Female Diseases and Womb Af
i0, 0,j lections. Priced.
Vn j , i Inflauiatiop of the Lungs, Rrm
iM' chitis und Asthma. Price, fi.
Th above reward doca not apply to Cane already
In the anrglcul or futul atat a, on receipt of prl. o
will ceiid pad hy mall, tinware of Imltatlonx, tuku
uon but Urn Forbea, Send for circular to
1)11. ). W. KOltnKS.
173 Elm t.. Cincinnati, Ohio, and learu purlkulurj