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J ACOB WALTER,
!Dcalcr iu FVesh Moat.
' EIGHT STREET,
JlitwM'ii AViiNhingtoii mu ( 'oiiv
int'i'dial A v., lulioiuijiK JIaiinyM.
KEEPS fur mill' Hit! bet Ileif, I'ork. Mutton, Vial
Lamb. Sausage, Ac. and In prepared to sum
f tiiiilllitM In mi acceptable manner.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Flooring, Siding. Lath. Etc
At till' TITV loet liWt.
Having u Heavy Stock of Logs on ILuid,
We an- prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL OUDKHS
On th" skorb-H nonce.
8Vr.CIALTV mi'le of STKAMBOAT .fMKER,
1 Val-ominuhi-tur.'KltL'H UOXMATKKIALS
'rai lur, t'audir I'lu kinu Huxlh SUirn, ili-adiiiL'
WH0LJAI.K WINKS AM) I.IlOltS
'. H.StixkHi-tli. FifilolinliroM.
Stockklkth & "Biios.s,
Sur. ci.or to K. M. StKkficth,
J:iiioi ti'i'H .'iinl WJiolwili' ili-uliTHin
Foreign anil iKimotic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
llliine. K'jil.r l-;:.nd. ( m.ivi!,!!. ('allfurnla find lm-port'-d
1'urt. Mn.-n, M' liaru Vlim ami I. kaiu-
-NO. (53 OHIO I.IIVKK, CAIllo, H.I..
Vi'hulerali' and li-'tail UraU'rn in
Foreiiciiainl Donustic Litjuui's
Wines ol all Kind.,
NO. CO OHIO LKVEE.
MTSSIIS. SMYTH A CO. hv ton.taiitly a lurw
i-t'H-k ol thr lji't ir'Kid In llio Inark'-l and five
iupm-Ul atteiitiuD to tbe wtioKa!i' liranc b of the
LEXANDEU COUNTY BASK,
Conuiicrciul Avenue and Eighth Siroot,
K. nilOSs. Prcnidctit.
!'. NKH'. Viri'-l'ri-tid-'nt.
II. WKI.I.H. (.aliler
T. J. KKKTI1. Awlntaut CarhliT.
F. Hroi'. Cairn;
PetT Ni'J. ('nlro;
i.', M . tli-U rloli.
K. Huder. ( airo;
( ban. O.l'atier,
wmiim Klice. Cairo;
William Waif. I'airu.
H. I. Ilillinir-li'T. St. I.oula;
J. Y. Cl'. iiiion, Caledunlu.
(iKNI-KAI. IlAXKINCTlfSISKPS DOXK. Kt
V ibaiiiliiKolil and boiifht. Intcn-l paid In the
Savilii;" Dfpaitliielit. Collie
liuniut'pH promptly atlentli d to.
SavliiL'M Di'tiartini'iit. Colliotionii made and all
ANTi:UIUIsK SAVINOS HANK,
('bartered Murrli HI, lSiifl.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
TXTEREST nald on dinolt Marrh Ut and Sep
1 temlier Int. lnterent not ithdriiwn in added Im
mediately to tbo prlnrlnal of the depiinltH, tliertiiy
k'inui! them compouua lutereil.
tf C'hllilren nml murrled wom'-n tuny depodlt
ninnrv mid nouiic else, tun draw tt.
WAl.TEK IIYSLOP, Tueasuueu.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL DANK,
W. P. IIAI.MDAY, IVnliUnt.
II. I,. IIAI.I.IDAY, Vlec-lreHldetit.
WALT Kit HYNI.UP.CiiKliler.
0. TAATH TArMIK, W. 1. IIALLtDAT,
II K N It V I.. IIA1.I.IIIAV, H. Il l IINNINllllAM,
O. I). WII.UAMNON, HKI'IBN IIIIIU,
II. 11. CAN1IKK.
Kxcliaiitfp, Coin and United Stairs Bonds
iiuLcuiT ash eoU). '
lii'piiKltK received atxl a guncrnl linking bnilne
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ing In the spucy, occupied, ut above rut""-thcru be
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To regular advertisers we oiler superior lmlui
mi'iitii, both in- In rates of charges und maimer or
displaying tls'lr fuvors.
Local iioliti'M twriitv rent per line for first Inncr
ioii; teu cents per line for cadi subsequent inner
lion. This paper iiibv In- found on file ut ' Howell
A Co.s Newspaper Advertising riureuu, (10- Hpruce
street i where wlMTtlMiiu contracts ma) ut! maue.
f.r It In New York.
I'liinmiinli ill lon upon subject of general Interest
l th pnlillc nr' all tlnii'u urvi-ptalile. l'.ijfCti-d
iikiiimi.1 rlpin will nut In- ri'turncd.
Li'tti-r and (omiiiiiiiiriitiiinn i-liould he addn -mi'il
Cairo Uiillutiu, (. uiro. Ullnol "
, St. Louis
Whale and tow.
II. C. YK k'T....
C. W. Andi-noti
liolilea Crown ' Orleutiu
Jamec Fl-k IW.rah
Wlialeiind tow blo Hlvcr
C. W. Andemon Naliville
Fannie Lewi Mempbi
Andv P.aum ('in' limatl
(iuhli u Crown .( iiiii.nati
Tin' ( i nti rinial is iltift up.
The City of Alton istlu from lx-low.
Tli" imj;lity-slow J. B. M. K-ohlcr i.-
till IJ U).
Tin; Whale luts a tow (if on; fur 1'itt.v
The Mil wild will lc here from F.rons'
vil'.i' this evening.
The C. K. reck, from Cincinnati for Pt
Louis, is ovcr-'liK-'.
The U. P. Schftick, fur Cincinnati, is
dui! troin the south.
Tin; Golden Rule i :ivcs Cincinnati for
New Orleans this cveniny.
Tho Jaims D. Parker leaves Cincinnati
for Memphis this evening.
The burned steamer A. C. Donnelly was
valued ut $10,0011 and inured for $:JO,000.
Cajit. Hubert Wise's .'reat .Tames W. OalT
Is due from Cinchin.tli fur Memphis this
Tin; maijiiilK Piit (fiiidir. Star. Cajitaia
W. B. Miller, isdue from the Oiiio en route
to New Orleans, this evening.
The Ed. Kicha.-dsoii di'iart"d fur the
South ut 3 p. m. She got 500 tons freight,
principally hay, corn and outs.
The Resolute is due from Louisville.
She has three barges of Pittsburg coal fur
the Cairo City Coal Company,
The Belle Memphis is due up. She has
about 1000 bales cotton for this port,
which goes to the Eat by rail.
Captain Charley Nellis is nt Hickman
with his tug Laurel, and will start for New
Orleans shortly with a tow of stave.
The Fannie Lewis tor Memphis, passed
down early in the day. She staid in port
but a short time, having about all the
freight he wanted.
Tli" n 'w Pittsburg find St. Louis steamer
Montana, leaves Pittsburg to-night on her
first voyage to the future great. She is said
to be a splended craft.
Messrs, Ilalliday & Phillips, at Cairo,
treated the officers, crew and surviving pas
sengers of the ill-fated Donnelly like
The Nashville arrived before day break.
She had l."0 tons pig iron and a small
amount of miscellaneous freight. She re
turned last evening with a fair cargo.
The Yaeger got into port at ten o'clock.
She wus laid up at Commerce nearly two
days, repairing her chimney. She was still
nt the landing lust evening, receivien.
The Golden Crown nriived from below at
four o'clock last evening. She has 500 tons
sugar, molasses and other freight, and 473
bales cotton for Cincinnati. The latter bIio
added at Memphis.
The Joe. Kinney for New Orleans und
John B. Maude for Vicksburg were due last
evening. The Kinney lias in tow tho barge
Gold Dust, loaded. Both the Maude and
Kinney will be at tho wharf this morning,
baring unusual delays.
Captain Reese Dugun came nenr being
killed a few days since by falling through
the after-hatch into the hull of the Eckert,
at work on tho sunken steamer C. B.
Church, lie fell upon his head and barely
escaped breaking his neck. Captain Dugan
is now in Louisville.
The John Dippold started up u,e Missis
sippl li! Thursday night, to meet the
Grand Lake No. 2. The Dippold will take
tho tow of tho Grand Lake, consisting of
three loaded barge, and return to tlls t.jty,
toawHit the coming of theC. rand Lake, which
Bteumcr goes back to St. Louis to bri,, ollt
CAIRO HULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUAKY 27, 1879.
three more loaded barges. The Dippold
will then take the six and go to New Or
leans. She expects to get away on Tues
day or Wednesday.
Al. Harris, diver of the T. F. Eckert,
has found another immense hole, :U) feet
long, in the hull of the C. IJ, Church,
caused by the raising of her deck frame.
The river being again on the rise, no eil'oit
to raise her will bo made until there has
been a decline of two or three feet.
The Andy llaum arrived from Memphis
curly yesterday morning. Her cargo in
port consisted of (J;V) bales cotton, 500
barrels oil, and a good amount of miscel
laneous freight. She has about thirty
cabin passengers. She discharged about
10 tons way freight here, made light ad
ditions and departed for her destination.
It is said that the Charles P. Chautcaii,
now on her way to New Orleans, will ex
tend her trip to Cairo on her return. We
have been told that it is the intention of the
Memphis and New Orleans packet com
pany, to send a boat to Cairo every week.
The Henry Frank, Thompson Dean, Charles
'. Chateau, aud Ed. Richardson are among
the great steamers controlled by the com
Nf.BVK JNOCIKrt'DK .AND ITS V.KMl'.OV.
Restless nerves, at least those that are
constantly so, are weak ones as weft. The
true way to tranquiiize them thoroughly is
to strengthen them. It may be, nay, it very
often is necessary to have recourse to a seda
tive or even an opiate, in dang'-rous cases of
nervous inquietude, but the continued use of
such unnatural palliatives, is greatly to be
deprecated. Though not, in a restricted
sense, a picifie for nervousness, Hostetter's
Stomach lii'ters is eminently calculated to
so allay and eventually overcome it, a fact
which therec nded experience ol many goes
to substantiate. This inestimable tonic, by
promoting digestion, assimilation and se
cretion, touches the three key notes upon
which the harmony of all the bodily organs,
depends, and the result is that fresh stores
of vitality are diffused through the system,
tit which the nerves receive their due ap
portionment, and grow tranquil as they
I'lDI'LK WHO DO BUSINESS.
So n..i.N and so simple, yet the best, is
the "Bos" Colfee Maker.
A PUC E of AMLSEiiElT The Theatre
Comiqui, ojien every nght. Admission
23c to al parts of the hou.-e.
Bu.vsii Office of Willains' Steam Dye
Works. rif Evansville, at ilrs. James' No
47 Eiglth street, Cairo, 111.
Fun a good shave for tei cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five ccits, go to Henry
Schick's baber shop, No. 142 Commecial
.ToirxME Bowman, the lopular minstrel
ami gn at end man, with a good variety
troup at the Theatre Coiiitjue, only 23c
adinisiii'ii, every night.
Lost between the M. E. church and
The Iki.i.ETix office, on Sunday evening, a
mink fur cape. A suitab- reward will be
paid for its delivery a! The Bvlletin
Have your procured tin Family Scale or
Flour aid Meal sifter Mi Pitcher is can
vassing r.r! if not, you luce done yourself
injustice. No housckeerpr can afford to
be withoit either.
All thfl fine.-t lirands of cigars and to
bacco, fin cut und plug, iieerchaum and
other pipe), cigar holders, etc., etc., a large
and variei) st'x k, for sale a: wholesale and
retail, at T. Korsmyers, Sixth street near
Coal! Co.v:.. Wood, Wood. F. M
Ward has on land the best quality of coal
for sale at the market price. Very low.
Also a large slock of wood of all kinds.
He is well knon to everybody we trust
he v:il reteive his full .share of patronage.
Prices to suit tic times.
Notice to saloon keepeiis and otheks.
Notice is hereby given that I shall en
force the law against all and every person
or persons w ho may sell or give to my
hustiand, Henry Schick,' any kind of in
toxicating liquors, from end after this date.
February 20, 1S79.
IIendekson'h Hardware store. Commer
cial avenue corner Twelfth, is the center of
attraction tor both city and country people.
There they find the "Grand Charter Oak
Stoves," Heating Stoves, all kinds, Bird
Cages, Lanterns, Lamps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plated ware, Carpenters tools, Files,
Hammers, Hatchets, Tin ware all kinds.
Potatoe Parers and Cutters, and thousands
of other articles that wc havt not space to
A Nt.siiiEU of chances in the raffle for
Harlem remain unsold, but it is expected
that the last one will be sold in a few days.
Parties who may have an ambition to own
n tine, spirited animal, ami one that is as
swift as tho winds, should invest two dol
lars, and secure a chance. Harlem may be
seen at Fitzgerald's Horse Mansion, where
ho takes "his fodder.'1 lie is a noble ani
mal and worth every dollar of the sum for
which ho is put up. Tickets $2,00, can bo
bought at Pat. Fitzgerald s, llany Walk
er's and Mike O'Donnell's.
A. IlAU.EY.the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied slock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
arc among the latest and best patterns ami
ure not excelled as bakers' by anything in
the market ; they nre of the heaviest make
and will last longer ami use less fuel than
any other. Sold sg close as to imrke it mi
object to mil m,,! examine. Everything
else low to suit the times.
Al)VK!tTISi:i) I.KTTF.IIS I THF. ('.WHO POST
OFFICII, I'KUKI ItV !."., 1870.
Itreen, .Mnririm t Mrh,
CuriMiii. I.Milile .1 Mi,,
llnnkanip, Katie .Mirn,
Jane-". I.lla Mr.
.Illinium. I.udivdl I,,
'beery, Ellen Minn,
liunn.' .Mary .Mln,
Win llerron. Mrx.
Jarkvoii, Hannah 1! re ,
.hieknou. H'-lii-ei a i !)
KIiikk, Siiie .M m,
noun, o o .ii ri,
Trnlnor. Jlary MrH.
Atiernatliy, J 1.
Aturer, Wm (
III .null . M I.
Hewlett. Joint W
Hrii, ( llnton
Clark. C S
Connei1, A O
Cbaiiiberlln. W O
llanney, M (j
llollln, Simon IIolUn
I'afue, J an
L'llman. tSain'l Vji
Huiltli. J no II
Hell. J W
Clark. T K
I) Crnla A: Co
Connern. II V
Flower. D II
Hill. Jiio A
Lamm, f has Y
Moore. S L
Pimer it Co
Smiili, .) I
Spufelot. Win T
Shy. II M
Itoder. SniirltTfotl II
Wonilward, W f
Ward. S II
Floiuda. A throng ol sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildnos of the land of
(lowers. To them we would say the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs and colds incident to
llu's rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Demostheric regimen of "peb
lies and sea shore;" clearing the throat un
til the voice rings with the silvery cad"nce
of a bell. Use Compound Ibmey of Tar,
Price 50 cents a bottle. Bauclay Buns.,
Then used for Rheumatism, Sore Throat,
Lame Back, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cifs. Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints. Corns
and Burns, on human beings; and Spavin,
Rii.gbone, Galls, Cuts, Scratches, etc., on
animals. Coussens' Lightning Liniment is
un-qualled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Bauclay Biuw., Agents,
A Card. To all who are sutlcrintr from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hooi'., &c, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, fuee ok ciiakce. This great remedy
was discovered lv a missionary in NuiMi
America. Send a hslf-addrcssed envelope to
the Rev.JosF.ru T. Isman, Station D. Bible
House, New York City.
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
TOO Til HILLING
HOW A PLAY. WITH THREE HEAVY VILL1AN8
IN IT WAS SPOILED.
The play was full of heavy villains, the
leading lady was the innocent maiden upon
whom they had designs, and the trouble
was all brought about by her having to read
her part. For instance one villain enters, and
seizes the leading ladv. The latter looks
at her manuscript and reads: "Unhand
me villain (business.") Now "business"
means that a struggle should ensue, but the
leading lady in her agitation, renders it
thus; "Unhand me villain! Business,"
The villain stands hack abashed at this un
expected turn, and the prompter goes crazy
and yells, "Take hold of her! Helen Bla
zes! take hold of her."' The villain rushes
up to seize the woman, w ho looks at her
manuscript und shrieks. "Sooner than sub
mit to your embrace, I will take this knife."
There she pauses and looks around for the
knife. The prompter by this time is turn
ing handsprings all over the floor, kicking
the w ings to pieces, tearing his hair, and
shouting. "(Jill Godfrey's cordial! why
don't you take the knife! the knife, blank
it, the' knife! It is in his belt." The knife
is finally seized, the villain obligingly turn
ing around so the woman can conveniently
get it. The prompt calms down until a scene
is produced where a villain with a big pis
tol in his h ind, is at the door of a chamber
to set that the heroine docs not escape. It
is his l.uiness to go to sleep, and the lady's
business to escape by him, jist before tin
other two villains neili in and exclaim.
"Aha, here she is." But she has lost her
plaif, and as the cut throats rush m and
mate their exclamation, there she is sure
enough. Tle-n the prompter Incomes a
dri.vhng idiot. His load is more than he
can bear, and his mind gives way heuea'h
it. lie asks to be buried in a retired spot
and sinks to the floor, while the stage mau
airer throws his hands over his head, waves
tin m wildly iu the air, dances a hornpipe
belcnd the scene, und yells at the leading
lady. "Get off the stage; thunder and
liglitninji! get off of that since!" The wo
man is on her dignity by this time, and
strides calmly by ihe villain with the big
pistol, who looks athcr with open mouthed
wonder, and allows her to pass him. Then
the other two villains look at her and ex
claim,"'By heavens!. she has escaped us!"
and the house gets up and remarks as one
man, that it's too thrilling for any use. and
it may ho "gormed" if it isn't tho biggest
"go" Toledo has had for years.
Wilmington (Del.) Eveiy Evening: "The
charge against tho Democrats, now insisted
upon by tho Republicans, is that they
would have bought the returning boards if
they could; but the truth as established by
the cipher investigation appears to 1h that
they could have bought them if Mr. Tilden
hud been willing to engage in any such nefa
rious business. That some Democrats did
consider a proposition to bribe the return
ing hoard can not be denied, but as they
failed through the refusal of tho men
iiljovo them in party authority to coun
tenance their corrupt bargaining, the mat
ter is ono of no great importance to the
peeple, ami it pales into insignificance be
hiile tho stupendous crime which robbed
the peoplr; of t.jr rightful choice for
ui".',.l'nt. The conviction of the rein
tlii' vi'H is of infinitely more eons.'tpiei.ce
ti, hi any effort to show that, somebody Hsc
would have stolen tho electoral vol -s if
they had had th. opportunity."
)ARDI (IRAS COSTUMES!
MRS. S. HAAS.
Of St. LimiIh. a well. known eimlutm-r. u 111 nrrlve
In Culm ' . i .
SATURDAY EVENING! S2i INST.
and will make ber bead quartern ttltb Mr. H. Wil
lliuuoii. She will hrlni; a full line of ro-tumeii, emlnien
eicrv ilyle ol Omve and liay, Crotei-fUe anil Fauci,
the in-e of which eau be necured on very rcuHonabli)
('"Orilern for special or particular roHlumen villi
bercei lvi'il by Mr. W. iiji to Thursday eveHinjj the
a 'Hi In-ianl.
Q RAND MASQUERADE BALL
Given by the
C All O CASINO,
Turner Hall Febry 25th 11170,
ADMISSION ...50 cents
Tickets can be procured nt Louis Herbert , II.
.Meyer'. (ioldtlne Jt I!oi-enuter' aud ou the
evening at thr door.
CHAIiLES schoex.meyet:,.johx KOEHLEK
IIEN'ltY HltEllIAM.LEO KLEIi. (iEOIKiE STAT
LElt -Committee of Arraii;'enietit.
DYKING A.VI) ItENOVATINO.
''OUR OLD CLOTHES
CAN BE BEAtTtmJ.V
DYED OU UEPAIIIED
At a Trlflins E-pcnsf-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
t27 Ladiei ar.il (ientn' old bsln made new
('AuTF.NH'.K AND CON fK.U'TOIt.
JOHN A. FOOR,
Carpenter and Contractor
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Waiditugton and Walntit.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses bv fire
or otherwise made on short notice.
VLI, wor!; intrusted to him will recelvo prompt
attention, and will be executed in a cut efattory
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
( ' K I c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street anil Levee,
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Tarietv Stock
ix Tin-: city
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I PoiiA 111
Commercial Ave., 1llUU, 111.
C. O. PATIl-lt CO.
JJ ALLIDAY RROTIIERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
illirhest Ua'sli I'rice i'ald for Wheat.
Decorative Yi)qv Hanger
I J A I n T K tt I
A SI'KCIALTY MADE OK
Glainy; and Kalsomining.
Leave Ordern nt llarelay'a or Parker' Bookstore.
iiivAiiJAu;,J(11K( MONTH, il
rliej the cnrlH'i and (Mimincr. For full purllciiluri
AddreH. .1. C. .McCl llOY CO.. Cblcano, 111.
leaders anil others fnw In the forma
tlca i r bitinla or orcliealriui alioulil aeuU for
u.-'Kuc. ui .r....
c:usiveiyco 11 iV'
1:; Jianil and orchen-
iral reiiiiaOKH. anili
l con- X" -i
talnimr eleirant rnrav-
l iK of ihu laic', and mint approved ntyle of In
atiiiinentd nov in mo. Mailed Irnu. Allure
LVUN & IlKALY.SUUiand MonrooSt,C-lcat
Jobnsoii'ii Anodyne Liniment will pnnftvely prr
vent thin terrible d!eni.e. and will pnxitlvely eure
nine caien In ten. Information that will cave many
liven Kent free by mall. Don't delay a moment.
Prevention In betl't tlinil cure, hold everywhere.
I. S. JOHNSON A CO., llanyor, Mulne.
M POROUS PIASTER.
O There in no doubt about the (Treat nilpo
riorlly of thin article over common porous plan
ters and other external remedies, nuch n liul
nientn. electrical appliancen. etc. Ank phvnlriaim
in yoiiroivn locality about It. It In wonnVrful.
Sold bv all Dr'nifu'li'tn. Price 85 CenU.
aiiOUP 1 U I II IK:
I I OM'eS
-flOW'TO C KT TH EM In the bet part of the ntate.
11 (i.lMMUIIH) acres lor mile. For tree copv of
"Kunnan Paeitlc llomentcart," adilrenn Laud Com
niinitioner, Sjlina, Kanna.
AND ALL DISOKDEHS OF THE
THROAT AND LUNGS
1)H. T. A. SLOCUM S (iliEAT REMEnY
taken In conjunction with
COMPOUNDED EMULSION OF
PURE COD LIVER OIL
and hvpoplumphiten of
LIME and .SODA.
A FREE BOTTLE
presa to each puttering applicant neiidini; their
uame P. O. & Express audrecs to Dr. T. A. bio-
""m 1S1 penrl ft . New York.
The Great Diuretic Compound
It I a mire. iiiilcU remedy for all dinenneH of tbe
Kirineya. llladiler. und I rlnarv (raUH, exintla'
either In male or female. An. Irritation, InHamim
lion, or lieeriitlon of Ihe Kiilnevn and Illadder,
(.ravel, Stone in the Illadder. It'edilinh or Hrick
dust Sediment in I rine, Thick. Cloudv or Itopr
l rine. Painful I'rlnut i n. 11. dvcitin. .Mucoim ami
Involuntary Dinchar-en. Morbid Irrllution of Illad
der and I rcihru. Chronic Cularra ol Illadder.
Suppression, Hctciitlun or Incontinence or
Irlne. Diabetes, Dropnv. Organic WeakncHH. Ku
male. Conipb liitn. an all Chronic Melodicg of the
liinary and Sexuul Orinm.
Thum-aniN can attest to Its wonderful curatire
properties in thi ne ilii-cni-cn.
For Nervous Debility, with all Its ploomy ultiad
anls. Di.zines. Lo-n of Memory, Low' Spirits,
e.. It is a sovereign renn'dv.
SMol.ANDEIi'h lit l Ill'liiioys up theenervated
vtenl. iinparliUL' new life and viuoriuiH nctiun,
the whole Hi'steia bicuinii'K streiii;ibcncd and ia
"inratcil. He sure ami a--k forSiaohunler's Iiuehu,
Insist upon bavini: It, and take no other.
PRICE 81.00 SIX BOTTLES 85.6f
For sale by nil the Wholcnale Drulsts 111 CblcaRO,
und Medicine Dealer genera. ly.
rMIK GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY !
okay s specific mf.uktne.
In sneelallv reeom.
TRADE MARK.,,,,,,,.!,..! ,.
lallinif eurn for
ftPr 1 'einiiiiw ii eaKlienn
W flf "'perimilorliea. Iin-
aJ5 Potency, and nil
T diseases that fol-
...a ... r .. iti,.. . u .
l,M. II!- II FV,U1!IHT
I-""" of Meinorv.
Before TakinsKin in'tb,
Lack, Dlmnetnof Hie i-imi. Premature Olit Airr,
and mnny oilier dlnensen that lead tu Insanity, Com
sumption mid a Premature Orave. all of which a
rule ure first caused by dcviatlui; freni the path o(
nature und over-ludulein e. The Spiiiflc Medicine
Is tbe result of a lite study and many years uf
perlenee In treating lliene npecial illneanrs.
Full partleuiars In our painphtetn, viblch wfdo
iilre to send free bv mall to even one.
Tbe SpecDIe Medicine Is -old by all drtiimlstn at
f 1 per package, or six packagei lor . or w ill rm
scut by mull ou receipt of Ihe monev br adrlrennUii;
THE OKAY .VtEDlcISK tt..
No. 10 Mechanic' IMock. Dktiioit. Muth.
r-Sold in Cairn, III., by Pali, u. Sciau. and
by Drugiiists everywhere.
D I PTHEBIA !
k Oil HOC! I
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From DR. S. W. HUNTER, .
Having become familiar with C olden I.iiniu'
I.lKCin K.XTU.MTof liKKrand Tonic InvlKnnitnr, I
tuku pleusure Iu reeonimetidiiig It an exetlb-l
preparation, combining as It diM'N roon aiidionio
In a remarkalilu way, producing uooii blood, iir.lth
ji s n htiiksotii, Sold by all Druggists.
AffA DAY to Agents canvassing tor tho Fikisii
A Visitou. Terms anil outDl freu, AddrvM, f.
V ' O. V1CKEHY, Augusta, Maine.
)A FntU'jr Cards, Cbronio, Snowflake, Ac. t
v ullke, with tiamo, 10c. J. Winkler A Co.,
Nassau. X. Y. '
877 u""itb and nxprnsea guaranteed In ApaU.
' I Otllllt rnw. Hiiaw A Co., Augusta, Mulur.
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