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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FKIDAY MOUNIKJ, JAX5AHY 17. 1879.
TnuriT U. K. Pkrkir.
Oirk-J. B. I'billlf.
c'ouriiM'lor- Wm. It. (illlit-rt.
Mkmhkl-C. I). Arter.
Altoroev-W. l. .MeO.
Polite MKictrto-J. J. Hlrd.
hoakii or AUikKiik.
Pirn Wrd (. Yorum, Win. U'CsHkhkS.
Hwiod S trd-Wood JUituiihuuMt, X. II. Tlilttk
Wd. Third Wurd-W. 1'. Wright. Jiibn Wood.
'Mirth Wrd- ( 'tmrUn li. Pkllf. I) ! rul-y.
Fifth Wtrd-T. W. H!lldv, i hk. Uiuk r.
Cirrolt Jui'.pe- O. A. lUrkt-r.
rtn uit t li rk-J. A. K-w .
1'iinritjr .liKit'o-K. H. Vikuui.
iuiiiv Mrrk-H. J. II mil in.
County AtUini'.y- W. c. Mu:ky.
(Minor Trtk.iirer -A.J. A!dH..
onincr-H. f:t7.iii r l.
rinin (-iui in l!ntT T. W. likllid.y. M.
K'ipwn, kinui I llrtley.
( III Kl'HKS.
rttl('AS M K.- Kurltitli tre-t. between
V)iii no Cnrj-lrrri:er.e stutUi l
u in kr.ii ;:KI n. nf Siilidk " JiWil t:ni
CHRISTIAN - Elejitwiitli uni-t; mwinij,' Ski,-
tiaih Mian . m.; prvm htijX orrlnDl)y.
Kourtm.lh mivm; Mori..!. prayt ni (hhtmi.4
Mli'ol ft ft. iu. U v.t. J.' Jitiiou-Lve. Ki-t-tor.
MtUtcH OK T1IK KKItKEMKIt-J.r'ik'opk!)
... . ... ... ikukt... 1. 1
J- rotirti-i'liln lrew; XliimiUK pr.yrr. (ri....r
10::i a. ru.: nnliis iiwr. p.m.; hkljbktii
Mliool it t. hi. Rev. St. J. Uillon I.t. Kwior.
rIKsT MISSIONARY KAITIhT ( lit m il. -r
I'rrM-h'.iiKki l(i:ai. m.,: . w.. mid ': p id.
Skt.bkth Kbool t ;u i. in. Kcv. T. J. Mmw.
IrTIIKlMN-Thirfetitli trt: mtI sh-
hth it k. rn. nit 7::m p. in.; suudk) m hool V
in. h"v. Iki r' hni r, tuptiir.
MKTHODlsT t'ur. fclshih kti-l Wklnnl Mr.'-i;
rnntini: shhnh Id:' m. kiid 7 p.m.;
yibjt n.-nii.K. Wi-dnrwlkv 7:i p. m : suUy
hthtHil, D p. ro. H"'T. A. f. MorrtpoD, pkPlor.
1)KKsnVTEHIAN--E!i:hth nrt; pn kdilnx on
Skhhklh kl ll:il k. in. khd 7:'p. m.; pru.xrr
iiiM-ting WnlLoilkv kt T: i. m. ; Sundky vliool
M a D. m. Itiv. H. V. (ifort'i-. itir.
LECONI) FHKK Wll.l. 1IAITIST- K!h-.itli
0 nrwt. rti-rr W'kliiiit kiid lkr nri; -r-ik.
Skhbkth kt 4 kud 7: ) p. m.
ST. JKIil""KnmkB ( kthcil.c) Corm-r ( ro.
md Wklnut utivflu: M-rvwri batli 10::' k.
m ; Mmdky s faul ifi p. m. Vpr 3 p- ' r
.-! rvrry dy k( 8 p. B).
ST. l'ATKI('K'H-!Un)ui Ck(bobe)Corii'r Mntli
. .(rrt-t kud WMhlnitiin kv.Lue; wiu- Kb
Uth I ked 10 k. m ; Vr.i-r. p. in.- Boi.dtv s-l.oil
1 p. . ; nniin erpry tikj kl b p. m. H: t .kins!.
The Family Safeguard!
Over otLir I'a-fmcd IVixlnds f lVtrnUuin
MA, ILLU.MIXATLNC PHlll'OSES.
IVri-ins who have nuitlifcr time nf incliuution t-t iiivfstlat'- tin- jvMiliar merits "f tl'
xur'.oviK jral-s Kctinci) J'etioleuni, nk wliy
NEW SERIES-NO. 178
York, IN nnsylvaniH ami Indiunn it i con-1 tuft huntcr l'ter Hritttucrutic iutiiniitic hikI
rcikd that Conkling, ('arorron nnd Vonr-1 tWlfny.'who is any tiling tut it rrprwnta-
k . .Ill L. L. I ! I 1 i A ... . t ... I t
iHifs. lnroH.'nt senators, win oc cimrri. uvt-himikhi 01 amh th iim iinpuniv anu if
R KKI'OOI. UKAIN.
LrvKitrooi. Jununry 10. 2 r. ,m.
Wlwat uio-Wintcr, 8 6'l(,li!.; prinfe'
10(l(.!ils J, Uttlifornia average. 9s(i;9
4.1; Caiiforn club, lis :)l&9s 8J.
t'orn new, N (J ru old.
1W TURK llRAIX.
New Yoi. January 16, 12 m.-
Wlieat (Juii-No. 2 Cliicago, OTfeOS;
No. 2 Milwakcc, 1 011 02; Hcd Winter.
1 OO-SCrfJ 1; No. 2 Hod Winter, 1 10:
No. 2 Amite 1 M(t, 07. Com Quiet
-steal ier, 4j; N. 8, 44?; No. 2, 47;'i'.
Then! in far from the wtm certainty an to
nalU. Oglcsl.y nnd. Howe. Against In-
During drant's laat term tlio whole Iriili-
. . y L ..i.ivu. . I nn.1n.in .il.tmitnt tt'iia itli.jfu.L-.t.ilu inili.i'.
l(ilUh N'.TK'ils lidri ni1; inavu:, ui. .f.(i.Fn- i ........ i..n , i...... ..r, .... .....-
ed to owe nd Ojlrsby hre nfT' iiger nun i n:mt tit the foreign pri'icy . of the inimmi.s-
' .ii i u t . ...i
Ill the persons )! UarpCllUT atlH Jigaii. : u.nniu. n'nin- m uiwnnu nm inii"c
Since December lctfoi'.r incm'.icrtt of the
house have died Messrs. Williams, oi
fo rebuke the C'oik coutieilmen weiT anmn
tin; loudest denouncers of ' Oraiit (is a be-
nvu-)!; iiav mivu I
Mich., Douglas, of Va., Hanridge, of (ru., tmyrr of adnpt-1 eitiis and of America,
Arrival and Departure of Train".
II LlNOIk ENTI'.AL KAILKOAI).
.. i:iipm. 1:10p.m.
.. I4nn. II Vjp.ro.
rwiebt k:lUkm 4 :.....
twiint. mpm. :wp.iu.
l.URO AMI VIXi ENNKS RAIU.OAlt.
in:nii p m. t'4:.k ui.
-T lOl Is. l.' M. AM) H1 THKKS KAlLKOAli.
(OUiVASU !T. l.tClS KAII.HOAI).
TPb Eipr," ....P'- ,':;''"'"'
Mun.ht'ni Atrumir.r-lkUoD li:V.p ui. U.IjP in
Kir', pt sr.crtkv Kii'-pt Nuiidky.
THE FAMILY SAFEGUARD OIL.
C 11 ICO (IRAIN AXI) TRODfCE.
f.'mc. ...Inuarv 18. 10 a. m. Corn-
February'," M nuked; March',' ': May
:l4,!j(34'j. Wheat February, H.'.'B(7,
h:1.,; March, HV. Pork March
S 2(eS 2'.'i ; April, 356'
Chic-aoo. .Id,uan- 10. 12 m Pork
Fcbniarj-, S fr'4' asked; March, S 12',
(?i,8 i.; Apri!.H 27 C-orn-Fcbruary,
ISO asked; M:rdi, :10 naked; May, MS
bi.1. Wheat-February, 83 bid; March,
Chicago, J.nuary 10, 2 :-'0 r. E. Pork
-February, o:,; March, !30fe 22.',.
Oirii- Jiinuay 2a,T8'i February, MdS,
:i0'4': Man I, 80.130?,;; May, 34.
Wheat -Febmary3? asked; January.
85;i; March, 84 HtiM'fr
FRfOT THE STATE CAPITAL
and Scleicher. of Texas. The funeral wrv-
ices of the last named will be 'held in the
hall of the house to- iay. Mr. S. was an
extremely popular man, and actually con
trolled leirislation on the subject ot tne
army at the past session of this congress.
He succeeded in securing followers enough
among Democrats to prevent a reduction
which would otherwise rertaialy have been
made in the strength "1 the army. On all
other subjects he vote' I with the Democrat
)n.f ,.K;forcip"Hru4",i'' thf f'v.'.t.'.kl i-f
efl'ort will be made at this session of Con
gress to secure ft small sul-s'uiy tor two
lines of steam ships t South America
one from New York and one from New
Orleans. As showing t!w extent of the
tmde it is thus sought t s cure, and how
little bem tit our pi'xlucers. and mr.r.ufact-
frorn it, the f..own.g
figun;s are given. The first
show the amount of exports and imports of
Brazil from 1-71 to l-70.
The following figures show the amount
general imports and exports of Brazil from
1S70-71 to 1S73-7C:
KNEItAl. IEU EHY .i).- o . ;i k. m.;
1 :.. p m.; Son.! : MoS k. di.
urdrr U. pkrimmt op.n kt tk.ni.. tlott
I kiro kd 'o' r ItiuS Thn.uub k..d Wky ilkil
"'-V'fr "!;,,..... r.,.l. Cklr,. .ml Vili-
..i,n' ird'M!M..'iVl'l Jlkiln.k.l.cJ. kl
Mki". .r S-row Umnfv llaUrukd rli-i kl 5
"'(".'.roki-d Ev.fc.V,!!.. Riv.T llmte ilot- kl r.:
p. ill. likHJ (rxrrpt Krt'tk.v.
Uue Fahrenheit Fire Test.
Is Safer and Bitter than other Oils? It is Ixcauv Elaine
CANNOT I3K KXPLODRD !
liurtnu Ih'iit time til" import oftbfi
I nil"U Mkies imm nrk.u iuuuui-
And vhe export of th. I'nitrd Suiek
rrota nrkzu smoiiuiru io umj ..
, 5.7,vui,tir uu
Grant is uo better now than he was when
he and nis friends bulldozed his re-election;
rather he is wors;;; he has cultivated his
domineering tastes and egotism by his
present schooling in the flunkeylrui of Eu
rope, Though there may l an effort ot
certain federal officer and their friends to ,
advertise their importance, to Grant they
will only provoke a fiercer focliug againt
LtVKH ...""H.-rTIv liver is the imperi il
eontiuls the life, health and happineiw ot
man. When it isdisturltcd in its proper
action, all kinds of ailments are the natural
result. The digestion of food, the move
ments of the heart and blood, the action of
the brain and nervous system are all imme
diately connected with the workings of the
livir. It lias been succesl'ully ,.rov(;d that
Green's August Flower is nnefiialed itieur
inLf all persons afflicted with dysiicpsia v
liver complaint, and all the numerous symp
toms that result I rom an unhealthy condition
of the liver and stomach. Sample Isrttle to
try, 10 ceuts. Positively sold in all town
on the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
And U the very High-t Grade nf Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of
manufi tun', Every Impurity lias lieen Eliminated. Elaine is Free from
Ber.ziuH and Parattiuc. In Color. Elaine is Spring Water White,
its Hr" T'-st" 1 lliuli as to ins.; It a Alwolutcly
Safe as any llluminant Known. Having No Dis
agri.'ea'lile odor. Elaiii" is a Pleasant Oil
For Family u".
DDI-IS NOT INCliTsT Tin-: wick:
AiA tliii. N av.'i.lf.i its Fm.r.int IMrimniin.
i- XI I T LVTIIE MlnllTKST KOITE TO
111 .M lLr Kvansvilte.
,-MIU'C THE MiOltTEsT TO l.'M IS;
II Jill. Ij)' ll.l.K. HHIJ.vui, ...wjj- ,
TIMOKE ANUWAslllNt.TUN. j
.ii nil l' THE slliiHTKsT TO 'Nl'IAN;
SI MILKS l.4,Lls.t'HILAlKl.l HlA.NEW
Vi-KK st HOsTON
SIX 1IOUUS SAYKI)
m.r irniuk of M "ih-r rout.', mukii tins kiae
CAPTION s).(.i.M be used iii the pr.rVh.'iM- of Elaine, as its great and growing
j.'pulurity has induced the introduction of imitations.
ASK FOR IT. I'SE X( 0TI1KK OIL IN YOI K LAMPS !
KOK SAI.K lt"
ri-rp"-r.- r hv nlh.'r rent.-to iuk- nienis-
I!Tmi nrt .ll uiebi.''ltini; from one t.i .U
lm Z .mail c.,.U.ry p.uo-.u. for irum. of u,i,.
ItKMEMnKUK j CAIKO,
yiUe In.lluDi.po'.N.C'.i''1"'-"1 nd Loui- le -iwue
' Tr-in. ;Vv, u.t atrhv at Cairo u M-ov.: m - ' " ' "
Mnil li-ve '.. 111:1m p m !
Mil trrlV"-.- 'il-kII iuinoreoit I
Throiili t. k-t- oii ."-
L H CIIL KCII. Pciem:. r Au- til.
PYK1N0 AND HKNOVATINO.
youn OLD CLOTHES
UN BB BKAlTini.t V
DYKD OU HKi'AIUED
At a Trlflintf Fjspen'e-(.'. 0. l.
! (jOLDSTINK Vr
Kiiihth Street, uear Coiiiiuefciul Avt-niic,
CHAS. SHELLEY, SO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
V"t.liUe kr.d e!lL0,Lh..,:l?,,,.-r.,''7'
JfKW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AXI) RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
V. FHl'H, Pnofuii ioii.
limine -turvil a ar:-i Itti-s likk"r-. nnd V'"''1.
ri -i-Ib-k st. .o:.i )kvr iu i.lmt;', I am jo,l,r,''
C'AKKs -iV r:KI!Y UlXliirrK'S,
from the pUiinvt to the nml i'!:.lmriit' kiml. nlt
iililc lor wi'ililiin.". tmlls, etc-! k'"11 1111 kl,Ml"
llri'kit. 'ti n iitnl l'iitr. nt lliu viry lnwei riile.
Order vlll In I'mmptly tilled. A delivery wBon
ttlll run dully lo nil piolH '!' the ' H)' fuf lae ai:i:om
inndiitlim ot'i untotner. , ,
A cliuri! or the p uilti:' piitronuef I. colli Iti'd, ami
i-iilUliirlliMi g nun. teell.
XEW MEAT MARKET.
-I k.l, 1. i JV-JV. k. -'.
Cor. Nlm tiw inh trm and
Ciimmerdkl Ave.. I
C. O. PATIEIl & CO.
No Ml. Ohio I
SiiH1 uf tbe ltuffiilo II' d.
K0EHLKR HROS., Proprietors,
JOK AIJIiLl'j, Aont.
A fall aim enmptutA tnpplr of thu tiest of all
kind ntitnl al way on Uotul. 0rdur ttllod at any
hour, day orutlil.
The Lugest wholesale and retail Dry
Goods and Clothing Hoiikp in this City;
are rcrciviiiar new (mkkU daily and art'
offeriiiijrgrpiit ImrgainsiH tUemost hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou
rettcc, und a grout many other new
sljles of Press Goods. Funs, Etc.; in
fact In every department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to t all and sec their stock.
CAUI'K.NTKU MI CON fKAlTOR.
Cahpkntek and Contractor
HOOP OS TKNTII 8TKEKT,
(Ix'tweco Wkuhlnuton and Wiluut.)
EstiinatcH on buihlings, on losses by Arc
or otherwise made ou tehort notice.
A iL work Intrants to him will recelvo prora"
A ntU'Dliou. and will bo eictutod la a t iftwW
IHpucikl to the ltepubliekll.1
SpuxcriKM). 111., Jan. 15. The Iigau
peoph as:rt that the opposition is report
ing t all sorts of dirty tricks to capture
votes. tbe latest lx-ini: the attempt to bribe
unsopiistieated Loganites w ith fedi ral pat
ronagi. ivh.ich William H"iiry Smith
bmuglt here from Chicago yesterday, and
even tie lxal atto neyship of certain rail
roads. Tliy assi-r: that they can prove
one in-t.-itice where the Im-al attorneysliip
of a niirod. not a thousnnd miles away,
was of r-1 a Igan man, but indignantly
It vrevntativc Taylor complains that the
Farwdi crowd have tried to 'bulldoze''
him, 1? threatening that if he votes tor Lo
gim h cannot return to his position in t.vot
lectoi Harvey's office in Chicago after his
li'gii.'itivc lal-ors are through. Taylor said
hediicd his persecutors and fled.
Tlereare 1M U'.'publican votes in the
nsseiibl; on joint ballot. The candidiites
for Unitid States senator claim as follows
of the aVove vote, and arc sure their figures
are cornet, :
iUifio, from 75 to 85; Oglesby, from 55
toli.5; Firwe!!, from 30 to 40; unpledged,
from 50 to (iu.
Outsile total, according to the caii-liiia-tes'clains
2,o0 Republicans in this general
assemb!,-. But this is exactly how the vote
stands, icconling to the figures of the vari
SpeaVer James says he w ill announce the
houv.- comn.ittee to-morrow morning.
Much preasurcis brought to bear on him
by the Logan opposition to promulgate
these committees before the senatorial cau
cus, as they hope to create further dissen
sions among the Legan men, by many ot
them not getting the committees they so
much covet, which will bo the final result.
I.AThll Ur.VKljUr.MK.NTS-UKiAN 1'KOUAllt.Y
At dark to-night closed the biggest day's
work yet in the Mmatorial campaign. That
indescribable something, showing that Lo
gan's feet were slipping from under him,
mentioned in these dispatches some day's
since, has at last crystalized, and unless the
managers of the opposition are mistaken be
yond all precedent and are political pig
mies, Logan will bo defeated in the caucus
to-morrow niglit. Tho maaxim) in already
set and will be sprung at the right time,
landing Logan beyond tho reach of uny
It liem" understood that Justice Hunt
will retire from the bench of the L. S. su
preme court, even if he recovers from his
present sickness, tiierc is much speculation
us to his successor. It will ot course !e the
wish of Mr. Hayes to give the office to some
one who in some way assisted in miscount
ing the votes for President. Attorney
Genera! Dcvens would like the place, too.
Apparently baling his theory upon the
well known fact that yellow fever disap
pears with the coming of tho first severe
to preveut the introduction or spread of
that dreadful disease by submitting to tlie
action of frosty air the infected vessels
coming into port and the dwellings in dis
tricts which are infected. He claims that
lie Clill in tllVn jni'iouu.u rO'I'ieu tru. ir in
any dwelling or vessel to zero, and that
every germ of the disease is dci-troyed at
th At temi-crature.
If General Sherman had at any time a
hope ot securing the passage of Btirnsidu's j
. l.il": I... lifiu nrciliultlv i
armv reiniiiin.'"'"" .. , j
fW, n it tin b'fore this time. Unfavorable
- ' .
j comments on it are received here from all
! sections of the country from the army,
! from private citizens and from the pres.
Fiikk ovhteii ixscii. every night at half
past eight o'clock, is spread by Harry
iMroitTAvr to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter 1oots and
shoes. Wc have on hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of nvm'.'
lioots and shoes, all styles and sizes, of tlu
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
goods, which wo sell lower than ever be
fore, and lower than like gxls enn be ob
tained anywhere in the city. We al-o
have a trood line of ladies shoes of the be-t
with tlie conimi: oi t o nrsi s:vri , , . , ,
. . ... manufacture, rom a tine kid sewed, to a
Pro . Gamgee submits a proposition man man , , ,
. i .r course trrain pegged shoe, all sues, so,o
event the ntroduction or spread of courBl ' ' ,
very close. i . not h,
No. 90 Commercial avenue, iM-tvuen
Fifth and Sixth street.
Nkwspapkks, School Hooks, Inks of the
best t-tnnl, Album, Office Fixbm
Brackets, Pencils, Steel Pens and a variety
of Stationer', all at very low figures, always
on hand at Ambrose Pyatt's News ami
Stationery Stand, Bulletin Building corner.
All the finest brands of cigars and to
bacco, fine cut and plug, meerschaum atvl
other pies, cigar holders, etc., etc., u large
and varied stock, for s de at wholesale and
retail, at F. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Mv Mivrro "Quick sales and small
profits." So save your money by calling et
the lumberyard of J. 8. MeGahcy. Build
ing material of all kinds, including side
walk and curbing lumber, cedar posts, eir.
Also, five two-horse Moline wagons for s;il"
For the ( Aino nrurr.v.
GRANT AN!) THE CORKONIANS.
ciriiEK i)isi'Atohf.r rKNDixr. sksatokiai.
contksts-tiiat EVKRI.AI.TINO NltUlL
TRADK KOIl THE TWENTIETH T1MK YKI--AW
VKVEK AND OT1IEH MATTKHS.
ISecl! CorrvspondiMico of the Cslro Bulletin.
Wasuinoton, I). C, January G5, 1871).
We nre likely to 'have investigations
enou'di. Besides the Teller Committee mid
Commit tee which have long been in ses
sion here in the examination of the affairs
of var'mus departments. The Potter Com
mitten has resolved to go into (lie suoject
of "cipher despatches." I am glad ot this.
Thoao despatches have done una are now,
in condition to do great mi.chief to tho
Democratic party. Tho more they are in
vestigated tho less harmful they will prob
ably be. Our friends, will do well to make
tho luquiry thorough, and to sit ot all times
with open doors. ,
In Kansas, IllinulH and WUconsiu the
senatorial contents are getting warmer as
tho days of eloctiou approach. In New
"1M M-OO-liUAOIl" KXI'IIKSSKS HIMSELF
flTL KKEE1.Y. OS THE SVB.IRT.
Mn. Kditok: Let mc compliment you
upon the fact that you rank among the
sensible newspaper men of the country who
pbice the proper estimate upon the refusal
of the council ot Cork to give a public wel
come to General (5 rant, who, for no earthly
purpose but a selfish desire to win public
applause, and to add to his personal ag
grandizement, is galloping all over the
eastern hemisphere. If Grant were a rep
resentative American, or had any great nut
iona'. purpose ill view, an iudignant outcry
over the conduct of the Cork mithorities
would be justified, but a he is no nioro
than an American tourist, traveling with all
the iiisi"ii!ii of royalty tint he can command
I should like t. know why .veryliody
I should go into fit of enthusiasm over his
comings Li an I g.i.igs-out
Anil rbrl.t l.re nerillit 111'! to P's'llt
false and unjust the ir.timationx that come
from a liumU r of Radical sheets, that the
Irish National element is responsible for
the action of the Cork council.
True it is" that Irish nationalist and
Irish-American citizens have no reason to
admire Grant, and it is not to be wondered
at that in Cork some dim rcmenibraiieo of
a once very general feeling alsiut Grant's
contempt for the rights of adopted citizens
has found unrefined expression. This does
not call for the. fierce ubusc that has been
poured out on Irish nationalists by local
flunkies whose Republicanism dates well,
since the time the Irish-American Republi
cans left thi' party when it became a mere
personal Grant faction, and so made room
for corrupt. Democrats whom the party hut
censed to honor.
A correspondent of tho New York Sun
in dealing with this subject, gives expres
sion to what Is well known when ho siys
that many prominent Americans besides
Grant havu visited Ireland and been neg
lected by Irish cortmrutiensi but no doubt
this Cork snubbing of Grnnt is especially
vile, in view of tho fact that it is the first
place where popular sentiment in Europe
asserted ltsolt against, the great American
Ambrosk Pvatt keeps a lull supply i'
all the Text Hooks used in the Cairo pub'ie
schools.' He is also supplied with Peiu i .
all grades of Writing Paper, cveri thing i.i
fact that enters into the outfit of .school cl: I
dren. Yof Can he Happy. If you will sto
all your extravagant and wrong notions in
(ha toring yourself and families with c
pensive doctors or humbug cure-alls, th:if
do harm .ilways, and use only natures .sim
ple remedies for all your ailments you will
be wise, well and happy, and save great i
jienw. The greatest remedy for this, thi
great, wikj and good will tell you, is Hop
1 Bitters believe it. Sec "Proverb" in
Yoti MfST ( IKK THAT Cll(.!l.--lVltl:
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cup
yourself. It has established the lad that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchilis Whooping Cough, Asthmii.uwl
id! diseases or Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an cpud, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
takn and perfectly harmless to the yonngirt
child, and no mother can efford to bo with
out it. You can use two thirds of a Imttio
and if wh;.t we. say is not true wu will re
fund the prico paid. Prico 10 cts. 51) tO.
and t,00 per tsittle. If your Lung's mv
sore or chest or buck lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
llAVByott Dyspepsia, mo you Constipa
ted, hn'o yon a Yellow skin, I-oks of App
tite, H ad Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's liystem Vitalizcr. It guarniitecd to
wliev? you, and will you continue to suffer
wlier you can m cured on such terms ns
these. Price 10 emits, nnd 75 cents. Sold by
Barclay Brothers. ,
Wm.i.'s IVrsIun Perfunto ' Hackmct.ick''
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by H ire hiy