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THE DAILY GAIBO BULLETIN.
Mayor ITrory Winter.
'I'natare.r- -B. Y. Parker.
UwnMlttr- Win. U. (HWmu
Sfartbal-C. D. Arler. .
I AttoreevW. y. MeUeo.
' I'ollia Miritrata-J. J. Dlril.
) HO Of AUJMUMV. '
PJwt Ward lino. Vocum. Win. O'Callabaa.
Krotl Wrd -Wood KUtenkuUM, N.B. Tblitle
ThW Ward-W. P. Wrlirbt, Jn Wood.
rWilt Ward-Charln 0. ftllw, 0. Ji KoUy.
PlftJi Ward-T. W. Ualllday, Cbaa. Laun.ter.
Circuit Jadfe-O. A. Marker.
Urtult Cltk-J. A. JO-nvea.
(taintf Jtidira K. H. Yoeuin.
County Clerk -b. J. Ilamm.
( ounljF AllornT-W. C. Mulkrr.
County Trvaanrer A. J. Aides,
rhenlf Joun Uodyo.
t ofooor-K. Piuye-a.c.
CoantT Comml..ioner-T. W. lUlllday, M. V
Brou. Samuel Brlley.
AFRICAN it. E.-Fonrtcnth atrel, between
Walnut tod Cedar alrwl ; nrlc habhalb II
a. tn. and 7 p. m.; huuday Hi boot I .-as p. m.
C'URISTIAN-KijbUulh Uv-t; mtvMig f-b-J
b4lb 10:10 p. prvaibtuK oCTiural).
"WiIIUKCH OF THE KEDEMEH-HKlropaf)
V Koqrtrenib tfrsrt; Moralnir prayrra (Hafebath)
lU.'V a. id.; raing prayer. T M p.m.; habbatb
rnool a. ni. Hv. Hi. J. Dillon Lfr. Kw tar.
INR.ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST (HlKrll.
r rn blcx at lU:.Wa. m., S p. in., and 7.U p. m.
KabbaUi Kbool at 7:3(1 p. m. Ilev. T. J. riboren,
rt'THEKAN-Tblrt'wnth arreet: rvie 8ab
J hath II . tn. and 7:J0 p. ui.; huuday acbuolta.
u. Rev. Ouerihner, oa.tor.
' METHODIST -Cor. Eighth and Walnnl atraHt;
.'1 I'fTH.lilug Sabbath To: a. in. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. WVdnvodar 7 :!0 p. m.; Sunday
ivliool, J p. a. Rev. A. P. Mom.ou. pMtor.
1)kESBYTEr.t A Elithth iiwi: preathlnr o
tobbath at 11:11) a. in. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
iw-tiug Wednesday at 7:p. m.; Hunday .School
at ( p. b. Krv. B. V. Heorga, paalor.
OKCOND FKKEWJLL BAPTIST - Plftm.tf
D vtrwt. between Walnit aad Cedar alrvrt; rt
w bahbatb at li aiid 7:JU p. u.
ST. JOSEPHS (Iloman CatboUl Corner Cro
... aod WaliiOt ttru; amtca-a ba'ibaih lOua.
in ; Hobday Hcbool at t p. m ; VatpKli p. m.; aer
ici frtrj day at t p. m.
ST. PATKICK'H -(Roman Catholic) Corarr Mulh
atrwt and Waahlpglos amiaa; arrvicra fcab
Uib I aiyS 10 a. bi. ; Vap p. m : Souda Hrbool
i p a. : Mrvtc try day at b p. . K. r. Zah!.
' pnel4 -
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
. ILLISOU CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Inwi isOpm. 1:10p.m.
Mull 4:00 a.m. 11 Cp.m.
rTrinbl t!:IOa.iB 4O0a m.
Pniirbrt :! m. :Wp.m.
I Ainu AND VISCKNNE3 KAILItOAU.
a"ai: lOflOp.m. 4 lam.
PT. lAii'IH. I. M. AND 801,'TUEKS RAILRdaD.
KxmrvM &K3am. :(0p.tu.
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD.
i l uraairb Kiprra :l&p.u. tS OU a w.
MoTRtiyahoro Accommodation 12:Mp m. t:l&p m.
aUcept baaday. tKicept Monday.
EN K UAL DKLIVERT opei . M a.m.; tlo
y (UMp.ro.; .Haiidai : s to a. bi.
Money Order Drpatuneat open at I a. m. ; tlo
at i p- m.
rhrooih Exproen Mailt via Illinois CVntral and
4UlMlppt Central Railroad cloea at I:) p. m.
Cairo aud l'uplar Bluff Tbroaprh and Way Mai)
f eWal la:up. m. , . , ,.,
' War Mall ia llllnoie Ceotril. Cairo and in-
rrLjuea aod MiM.t.ippI Cenual Railroads doe at
4.'. p. m.
Way lUil fur Narrow Oanpr Railroad eloae at ?
Cairo and Branville River Route clo.ei at ft:)
j . . aaUy (except Kridari.
(WIRO k VINX'ENNKS K. II.
, 01 MILKS
iC THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
i- fir VC THE SHORTEST TO LOUIS.
4-4 JllliriO VILLE. CINCINNATI. WL
1IM0RK AND WASU1N0TON.
II MIT THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN-
KMRK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trnlu of all other roiitea making the tame
- raweneeni br other rontea to maku cotnee
tioiie muit ride all' nlibt. waiting from one to m
lour at oiall country ptatioua for tralnt of cuu
II V1 V f II VT?TIIK FACT and take oor 4:Vi
JtrM Ij311rjlv m. u-ain. reachine Evm.n
vie. IndlanapollK. Cincinnati aud l.oulville unu
day. Train leave and arrive at Cairo an follo :
' Mail leaven. 4:45a.m.
Mail arrive. ,.IU:li;i.m.
Throagh tickula and ilccka to all iuiportaut
KA MILLER KOSWELL MILLER.
Oen'l Pan". Agent. General Mp t.
L. H. CUU RC1I, rtaat nger Ap.nl.
DYRl.VW ASP RUNOVATIXO.
yovn OLD CLOTHES
RAN BE riAl'ni'CU.T
DYKU Oil 1 IK PAIR ED
At it TrittliiK Fapnt C. 0. D. ,
CUAS. SHKLLEY, SO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
IW LadUc md fieuL'Lh?.l!..?,,'0.I!!:w
i jji:V YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Tike Largest Variety Stwk
I V TIIK CITY
iv i'aiiw cur it'LMv prniii?
Cur. NliH'fei'inIl irwl and I '.iiim 111
y t.'iimuin liil Aw,, l.il inf. III.
CO. 1WTIEU & CO.
Over oll r Ilcliniil
l?01i ALL .JLLUMIXATINd PURPOSES.
Perwius who h&vc iu'itlir time imr inclination to investi'.'atfr Uic v uiiar nu:rit of tlie
various jrif tt nf Ili ftneil PetroltuiH, unk why
E L A
rpiTTi v i m j
Ho FahrenlK -
It FaftT tod Ik-It r than Other
AuJ i the very lluhet Gratle of Ilhiiiiiuatiii' Oil from winch, in the proem of
manufacture, Lvi-nr Impurity IIw U.-aa Klliminateil. Elaine it Free from
R'nzine and i'araffinc. In Color, Elaine is Hpring Water White,
and its " Kire Tet" is So High as to make it as Absolutely
Safe a any Illumiaant Known. Having No Dia
apreeable Odor, Elaine i a Pleawtnt Oil
For Family use.
IT DOK8 NOT INCiIUST T1IK WICK!
Ami thuf in hviiiiluil it
('ACTION pliould lx- um-c! in (he mirthase of Elaine, as its rcat and growing
iularity has induced the introduction of imitation.
ASK FOR IT. USE NO OTHER OIL IX YOUR LAMPS !
I . A V
" )l R HAKKItY."
Kiirlitli Street, nt'iir t'omineiTial Avenue.
V. HKSt M, I'liiii'iiiKinH.
Iluving Hsrh-il a tlrl-i lu Iikrtv. anil plnieil a
llrKt ilaM t. I.iiiiIk linker liu liarne, I am pr iMTil
CAKES nK KVKIIY DEsi Itll'TloN,
from the lllne.t lo Uic mif-t elnhorale kind, .nit
ablv for weddliiL". ImlU. eli1.; alfo all klnil nf
llreiid, l'le and I'axtrv. at tb very loet rate.,
(irilem Kill be proniptlv Hlled. A delivery waguii
will run daily in all ur ul the city for I lie. icwm
limdntliiii nl I'HHtomeix.
A pharenl'Mie public' pMlninage it mliilli'd. anil
EW MEAT MARKET.
ST ISAM BOATS.
simmr tin, ititrTHto lleiid.
A full hiiJ cimipUl" KUIM'lv ..f lh i,, nfnii
(InilmniMI iiwnv buiuf. iftn iMl.r.1 ui r v
Lour, iliiy ori)i-.'li'
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY
35 G I 1j,
J'nxluctii of I't tniltum
I N E !
tprmT nn ait
it Eire Tfct.
Oil? It ia lt-aufe tlnoe
Eretjiieiit He trimniinj.'.
B ITOT I VKBS
: : ILLINOIS.
OYSTI.RS AM) FISH.
Whule.ale aril retail dealer iu
0YSTE1!S AND FISH.
Oysters in Hulk and Can, Sea Fish.
Native Fish, Celery and Game.
I'uitUiilar altenUoii mld to order from abroad
and all itloek gllitrKUtve.il wt lit u chipped.
C. I I A X N Y,
Dry (Joods and Olotliing,
HOOTS AND SHtiES.
(URVETS AXI) OIL CLOTHS,
t'oinmen lal etin, I
t'liHil'f Kl.'lllll Klhivt (
MORNING, .JANUARY 21,
MARKETS RY TELEGRAPH
LIVERPOOL DRAW. i
Litkrtooi. Jamu.rv',23. 2:30 u.
Wlieat-Qultt-Winter, 8s -I(&jt 2tl;
Spring, Gi 10d8s ?d; (!alifornia aver
age. 8 10d; fe'Js 4t1; California club,
Os hl(S98 7il. Corn new, 22 3d.
C rn U,
EW YORK I.RAIX.
New York, January 23, 12:05 p. u -Whtat
Quiet-Winter, No. 2 Chicago, 88
&1 00; No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 01t 21; IlcJ
Winter. $1 00 1 11; No. 2 Red Winter,
1 101 JO,; No. 2 Amher, $1 08
1 OSJf. Ccrn-Quiet-fcteamer, 46 3,
4SiSo. 2. il 48.
CH H'00 GRAIN AND PRODCCK.
Chicago, January 23, 10 a. m. Pork
March, S 72 April, $S 72).,'. Corn
-March, 30.; May, 34J3.. Wheat
February, 84 Mareli.y,.
- Chicago. Junuiiry 23, 2 :30 v. Pork
March, 1 "71,(& S (iO; April, $8 71;;
February, $8 50(58 5."i. Corn April, 31 j
May, 3r?., Wheat February, 3i.a';
THE POITKR COM.MITTKK.
riclal to theTimea-Journa'.l
Washington, I). C, Januarj- 22. The
Potter committee will not go into the in
vestigation of the dispatches until the
Senate concurs in the action of the House
in appropriating the money called for in
the resolution. At a secrc' session to-day
Butler 6tated that he had rtoeived about
even hundred cipher telegrams but de
clined to state how he came bj them. He
admitted, however, that a number of them
were missing and promised to lay the re
mainder before the committee to-morrow.
It is thought that a sub-committee will be
sent to New York to take the evidence of
Mr. Tildt n and others.
THE INDIAN BUREAU.
It is understood that the Joint Commit
tee on the transfer of the Indian Bureau
will make three reports. The majority re
port will V against the transfer, while the
minority will favor it. Representative
Boone w ill recommend that the manage
ment of of the Indians be divided by plac
ing tlie refractory or unmanageable tribes
under the War Department, the Interior
Department retaining charge of the peacea
PAVOHABI.K TO BE WARD.
The evidence taken to-day before the
Springer Committee was quite favorable to
Bragg, of Wist onsin, read the Southern
Democracy a lecture on tlie impolicy of
their advocacy of war claims, w hich brought
Hooker, of .Mississippi, and Ellis, of Louisi
ana, to their feet and a row on th ; Demo
cratic side seemed imminent, when a call
for the previous question choked off debate.
, REDACTION OP SALARIES.
The Republicans were much chagrined at
the abrupt termination nf what promised to
be a family disturbance among the Democ
racy. Tlie House'Committee on Appropria
tions will recommend a reduction of . the
salaries of the exaininors Sn the Patent
Office from $3,400 to $2,000 per annum'.
THE INDIAN WAlt.
BLOODY BATTLE BETWEEN THE TROOPS AND
Fort Robinson, Neb., Jan. 22. -The
Cheyenne Indian campaign has closed for
a time, at least. On Msnday, Col. Evans
with Companies 11 and I), Third cavalry,
found the renegades in a strong position in
the the cliffs, four miles n.irth of the
stage road, and , partially succeeded
in cutting , off their progress. They
effected their usual escape and moved
towards Red Cloud agency. Capt. , Wes
sells, whose scouts conveyed this news to
him, started on at once in their trail with
his four companies of cavalry and at noon
to-day he camo up to them some forty-five
miles from this post. Then the work of
capturing them, either dead or alive, began
in dead earnest. In fai t but thirty-two
(with nine of that number badly wounded)
were alive of the foi ty-nino fugitives that
were in the Held, leaving seventeen killed,
t'apt. Wnssells was badly wounded. The
first ecrgeunt of Company E aud an Indian
scout were also wounded to an unknown ex
ItnL Three of Wcsscircoimnatul,ii sergeant,
afarrier and one private, were killed, This
nwi arrived verbally by courier at 'mid
night, and more couriers with details of tho
kttle ari expected soon. Ambulances
lave Just started (midnight) to bring in tho
lead and wounded. v
i Fort Korlnson.1 Neb., Jan., 22, Mid-
tlght Later now from tho field states.tliat
ly nine Cheyennes, all of them wounded,
'tit captured. The balance of the party,1
tieiily-throo in number, w? killed, Sev
enteen are still unaccounted for. It In eupJ
Wh1 hoi died from wounds uud o'hers
EXPKRIintNTINO IN SENDING MESS AG KH
Washington correnpoadence Hartford Time.'
' Mention was made In thin r-nrriniuin.
dence sonic time aijo of the enperiini'tiU
that are bcinu made bv 1W. Imin nf
this city, in the mountains of West Vir
prima, to demonstrate his atrial telegraphy.
He claims, it will bo rcinemhi ri.il that lm
can telegraph from one part of the county
or worm to anotner witnout the use of con
necting wired, except those that he needs to
reach ud to a certain altitude:. ulwr t.!
experiments have shown that there is at all
natural current of electricity.
Hie experiments arc conducted from high
hills or mountains, though he has tcli
ed as far as eleven miles by having kites
ia!...l L 3 .0 .L J" m .
m; n m fttcu eni oi mai uisiuncc, Dying
them with a fine copper wire instead of
string. The instant they reached the same
exact altitude or got into tho same current
telegraphic communications, by aid of an
instrument similar to the Morse instrunifnt
could be carried on as perfectly , as it the
two Kites were connected with wires. The
lowering of one kite would, however, break
off the communication immfdinfi.lr Thia
demonstrates! to the Professor that his
wires should be stationary to keep constant
AccordiiiL'lv he built x kind of
tower at the tops of two hills ulxmt twenty
nines instant, aim irom them put up a
steel rod by which a certain aerial current
of electricity was reached. For months at
a time he has been able to telegraph from
onetowcr to another. A heavy storm dis
arranges the connection, but it can be read
ily restored 'after the storm has passed. In
this respect, however, it is not more unre
liable than the ordinary telegraph connec
tions by wire, which are broken up bv
' Dashaway" all opium preparations and
givo only Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup to the Ba
bies.. It is the only remedy which contains
no opiates and reliable.
HOW TUEY ABE APPRECIATED BT SOUK PEO
PLE. There is no denying that, as a rule, the
editor is expected to do more for nothing,
to give more for the money, to expect less
thanks, or even acknowledgement for fa
vors done, than the lawyer, doctor, clergy
man, merchant, mechanic and farmer. This
does not hold good, as is generally sup
posed, of the country press alone, but also
ofthe journalists of the cities.' great and
small. Most of the subscribers to a news
paper, be it a daily or a weekly, though
they get their full money's worth and some
thing more, are fully impressed with the
idea that they have on inalienable right to
dictate the course ofthe paper that "they
These people would never dream, of
threatening to withdraw their patronage
from a grocer because, ou public or rehg
kut aflain, he entertained or expressed
opinions at variance with their own. They
would never think of asking their tailors to
throw in a vest because they paid for a
coat; the would laugh at the idea of advis
ing a lawyer how to conduct a case ; yet,
they think it the most reasonable and natu
ral thing in the world to tell the editor
that they will stop his paper if he continues
to oppose resumption or inflation, refuses to
find fault with the National Administra
tion, or abstain from praising it, as tho case
may 1. When they find it to their inter
eats to advertiso they deem themselves bad
ly used it the editor does not promptly and
smilingly comply with the request for a
local or editorial notice, highly favorable,
A Dasgekocs Tokpok. Torpor or inac
tivity ofthe kidneys is seriously dangerous
to those organs, since it is the precedent of
diseases which destroy their substances and
endanger life. This sluggishness may be
overcome by stimulating them, not excess
ively, but moderately, an effect produced
by Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a general
invigorant and alterative, possessing diu
retic properties of no common order. The
impetus which this admirable medicine
gives to their cvacuative function counter
acts any tendency to congestion which may
exist in their tissues, Both they and their
associate organ, the bladder, nre invigora
ted as well as gently stimulated by the
Bitters, which exerts a kindred influence
ujion the stomach, liver aud bowels, aud by
strengthening the system, enables it to
withstand malarial epidemics, to which
when exposed it might otherwise succumb.
THE FIRST AMERICAN FLAO.
"The history ofthe first flag," though of
ten fold more or less minutely, still prs
ses an iuterest, and especially to younger
readers. Col. J. F. Reigart, of Harrisburg,
Pa., has just written a concise little account
ol it, and trout his sketch we gam many in
teresting facts. There is a certain romance
with the emblem, from the fact that it was
designed and first made by a patrio'ic
woman. Miss Elizabeth Griscom was born
in Philadelphia in 1742. In 1702 she mar
ried John Ross, a merchant of that city.
She was known in Philadelphia as being
the most ingenious and finest embroiderer
in tho city. She delighted in her art, and
the most costly satins and velvets were Im
ported to her : orders, up
on which she displayed her
marvelous .skill. She called to her aid her
sisters, (Uughters and nitres, so that ns
least a dozen wore thus constantly engaged
in this class of work, and many relics are
yet preserveil us souvenirs by the descend
ants of the old families. Among those
upon her list of visitors weie Ueorsre Wash
ington, Gun. Hand, Tliom.'H Mhilln and
Gov. Men-is. She adorned 'the halls of the
Continental Congress and the Governor'
reception-: o mi. She designed and mado
the streamers for Caleb ami Tlii'ina" Cope's
packet ships of red, white aild blu1. At
the p q'test of Dr. Franklin. Robert M.rr!s
and Col. Ge rge Rom, she deigned and
NEW SERIESH-NO. 184
made the flag of the United States, con
sisting of thirteen red and white stripe,
a blue Held as a wjtiare on the left and
upper coruer. L'pon the blue field was
,a spreud-eugle, with thirteen stars, in a cir
cle of rays of alory surrounding its head,
This design, and another of a shield of red.
wniic ami wuo on the breast of wt eagle,
holding in its talons an olive-brunch and
thirteen arrows, mid In It heoU u -i-mii
with the motto, -E l'luiibus Tnion," whs
approved iy tlie comuutiee and udopted bv
Congress, before the words "United State
of America" were legally used.
The country was at that time called Co
lumhirt. nnd the Coiiltchh wm. i-nllm! -Tlo.
Continental Contrress of the Xnrtb Amcii-
can Colonies;" nevertheless Iletsy Ros
worxea upon tier Hag, in words ot
nninhctic vision Tim I'niti-il stnii.;
of America." In 177.1, J)r. Franklin,
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
were apjwintwl a secret committee of Con
gress U prepurc a flag and seal. Uihmi the
fourth day of July, 1776; the Declaration!
ot lnuepenuence was signed and read.
Tlie Rev. Dr. Duche, Chaplain of Congress,
offered prayer, and Iletsey Rims' tar
Spangled Manner" passed from her keeping
to the hands of the truest and bravest nie
of tlie Nation, to be forever, it is hoped, mi
emblem of liberty and union. The nil
stripes were emblematical of fervency and
zeal; the whito of integrity and purity; the
blue field, with st..rs of unity, power and
glory. The number, thirteen, was to sym
bolize the thirteen original Colonial State.
In 1818 ContrresN nusseil an iut luldimr
star upon the admission of each new
Whv will Yor allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
immediate relief can. so easily lie attained.
Boschee's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and flic severessHung D'
cases.lt is Dr. Boschee's famous German pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
Care,, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale ot thin medicine U
unprecedented. Since first introduced there
has lcen a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a failure to do its
work in any case. Ask your druggist hs to
the truth of these remarks. Large size 7.1
cents. Try it aud be convinced.
You Mcst Ci:kb that Cough.--With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established (he tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma.and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, t Is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to' the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to be with
out it.. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we sny is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50 cK
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Have you DyscpsiH, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Yitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 centf, and 73 cents. Sold bv
Well's Persian Perfume "Hackmctack"
is rich, and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Florida. A throng ol 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 exjM'Usivc trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Demostheric regimen of "ieb
blea and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rings with the tdlvcry cadence
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price 30 cents a bottle. Baimi.ay Bkos.,
Whex used for Rheumatism. Sore Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia, Sprains Bruise,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints, Corns
and Burns, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone, (Jails, Cuts. Scratches, etc., on
unimnls, CousHcns' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its sstound
ing virtues. llAiiciav Buns., Agents,
Can't Pkkach Goon. No man can do a
good job of work, preach a good sermon,
try a law suit well, doctor a patient, or
write a good article when he feels misera
ble and dull with sluggish bruin and un
steady nerves, and none should make the
attempt in such a condition when it can bo
so easily and cheaply removed by a little
Hop Uitters. See "Truths" and "Proverl"
, To nil who are sii fining from the errors
nnd indiscretions of yuMi, net tun, weak
ness, early decay." loss of uuiiIunkt,' Ac., t
.will send' a ivrijie (list will cuivvoii. FREE
OF CHARGE. This .great remedy win
discovered by n tniViomuy lit America.
Send a hnlf-adilreosed eiivelnrr to th Rev.
Joseph T. Ixmvn, Station D. Hible House,
New York City.
Ciif w Jac!on's b.-i !iui.-i Nny T
b.vi'cu, ' .'