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DAILY CAIRO BULLE
Mayor Henry Winter,
Treasurer- II. K. Parker.
Cli ik-J. (i. Phllli.
Counselor- Wui. it. (Illbcrt.
Mariihul-C. I'. Aricr.
Attorney W. (. Met ice.
i'ollre Magistrate -J.J. Iliril.
ii' aiu or Ai.i:i:mt.
First Wsrd -tiro. Yocum. Wui. O'Culliihan.
Second Ward-Wood Rllleuhouae, N. It. Thistle
Tmril Ward-W. P. Wright. John Wood,
fourth Ward- Charles O. P.iticr. D. J. Foley.
Fifth Wsrd-T. W. Ilalllduy, thus. Lancaster.
":n rilt Judge- O. A. Murker.
Circuit i rk J. A. Item .
'..iirity Judge- I;. S. Vui'uiu.
Courtly Clerk-M. J. Iluiiini.
Couuty Attorney - W. C. Mnlke.
County Treasurer A. J. AIiKii.
.Sheriff -John I f in
Coroner- It. K'lzji ra.i..
County Coininlssior.er'- V. llulllclay, M. V
Jlrown, Samuel Itrllcy.
I'lUIlf II rX
Al'ItH'AS M. E.- Fourteenth find. between
Wuluut and Ci dur ire In; service tabbutli II
i. si. auu p. ni.; Mnittuy Sihool i :: p. tn.
tlHKlSTIAN - KlghteeMh strc.-t; meeting Sab-
huth I0:au p. ni.; prenhlug 01 rationally.
CMC Hi II OK TIIK RKIEKMKH(Epleopa
Fourteenth mrwt; Morning prayer (habhaih)
10:30 a. in.; evening prayers, ,:'t p.m.: Sablmiu
Hthool V a. in. Rev, St. J." Dillon U-c. Rector.
lIKST MISSKiNAHV IIAPTIST CM III II
T Preaching at 0:;iok. m.. S p. in., and 7:fl p. m.
Subba'u wtitxil al ':) p. m. Key. T. J. Shores,
Jl.TII EUAN -Thirty-nth tr--t ; service Sab
J bain 11 a. in. und 7: i p. m.; Kuuday w bool Sa.
in. iter. Ducr hm r, oa-iur.
4'r. Eighth and Walnut streets;
Jl I'reacbliiL' KaW.tith 10;:l
a. ni. and T p. in. ;
prayer meeting. Wednesday 7::W p. in.: Sunday
School, 3 p. in. Her. A. i . Morrison, pastor.
1KBKHYTEK1AN - Eighth street; preaching on
J Sabbath al a. hi. and 7:: "' ' prayer
meeting Wednesday al 7:Mp. m.; Suiulay -School
at 8 p. m. Rev. It. V. G"orge. parlor.
QKCOXn FREE WILL ilAPTlsT - Fifteei tb
O street, hetv.eru Walr.nl and Cedar streets; ser
vice hkliliaib al S and 7:.0 p. in.
ST. JONKPll'S-lton,n Catbollr) Corner ( rom
and Walnut streets; m-rvlie .sa'ihatb !.: av.
ni.; Sunday h hool at t p. m. ; Vepvr 3 p. ni. ; er
nicca t very flay at b p. lu.
ST. PATKK'K H--( Roman fathollo turner Ninth
utreel and Vi aihiulno avenue; Tvice Sh
oath H and 10 a.m.: Verpvra 4 p. m. : f uuday hrhool
if), m.; rervicen every day at b p. in. It', t'. Zal)I.
Arrival anJ iH-piirture of Trains.
ILMS'Oin HN I HA I. IIAII.KOAU.
Arrive. ' Depart.
Bjpn-M iOip.ai. 1:1" p ni.
.Mill ) a m. 11 4.'. p.m.
pr,.fht H:IO.am 4:ia m.
Krciifht 0:;ipm. S:f'ip.m.'
CAIItO AM) VINt KNNEl liAll.l.OAll.
M,:i lOroo p m. 4 :4. a.m.
T. i iii'is! I. M. AM) St'VTIIKKS MAILItuAU.
t MltO AND .
. ... MOO a.m. S:""'!'..
Throvsh Kpf Mirip m. l(n)a m.
Murphji-txirn Aerouiuiij;alion.ta:V.p.in. :Up ni.
Kiwpt Munda.'. Kxept Monday.
' EVKK.M. DKl.IVEIt open , :.) I. in.
. I h-.wn.Bi.: Sunday; to a. m.
Money ord-.r Uj'rtiatat peu at 6 a
Tiiriiiijb P.ip:t"ii M:i via Tl!li..! Central and
MlMicitii'pi Cenual HailMjiU cloe at 1S::I p. m.
Cairo and Poplar ll'aff Thronh and Way Mall
cive at 1-2 -Su p. m
Wat Mail via l.lluoi Central. Calm and in
reanm and Mi.Mippi Ceutral Itallroada cicwe at
Way Mall for Narrow (ia-ije Itallroad tlue at 8
Cairo atd Evsnvllle River Koutc cloe at fi:
;1, pi. dady tu -p: Krldy.
ILLINOIS CLNTUAL U. K
TKAINS LEAVE CAIRO
Mail at tl:4r,p.m JJ
P.ipreaa at 1:10 p.m. . ...-V y
Prelht at 4:'"' " V Jjnn' ;
ynight at &:00 p.m. ....except Huuday
ARIUYE AT CAIItO
Mail at 4:oo s in ..Dally
Kjproaa at iMf.m rxrept hunday
Prelthl H:0a.n wpt Monday
Krei.ht P- extt'Pt Suuday
JAMKM JOHNSON. Oeneral Ajjent.
v-(jAIK0 A ST. LOUIS K. It.
I. W.SMrrilKKH, K.Kfiv.T.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAI1M) AND ST. LOUIS.
Thronch Rspret. leave Cairo ....10:00a m.
Through F.xpn-o arrive, at K. St. l.oula.. :p.m.
ThrouKh Kxpre-a leavea K. HI. Louia.... 8:) a.m.
Throuah Kxpreaa arrlvea at Cairn . Ml J p.m.
MurphyKltoroarconimodatlon leavoa Cairo a up.m,
Mirphvahoro Acc.aiTlven at Miirpbyiboro ttP ln
.Murphyboro Ace. leave Mnrphyaboro... :.JP-m-Murnhvxhor-
Acc. arrive t U'ro u I' m.
The Cairo St. I.oai Rait Road I the only all
RnllRontu betvvwn Cairo atid ft. Lnula niidrr vine
,inKeraent. thereforo there are no nclaya at
a.t itallonK awaitlus conneelloiiB from other llnea.
Kirie aod aure conuectlona at 81. Louli vtllh other
i lino for North, haat and Went.
Agent. Oeneral Manager.
i()AIKO & VINCENNES It. It.
CI MILES TnK TSTviiKirKT0
47 MILES &rSu
TIMOKR ANI) WA811IKQTON.
9i VfTT 'PCI THK HHORTE8T TO IXDTAN;
3 M1LE8 Ai'OLia.PHILAUKLl'UIA.KKW
IOU AltO HOBTU
SIX HOURS SAVED
, . . , . i
Ov trtai of all other rooU maktig the tame
Mr PiMonimni by othi-r route to make con.et
tlou rnunt rtdu all nllii. waltltiR fromona toalx
boar at "mall country atatlon for tralu of con
IVr-IVl KjOlurAX m, tr,0l wachlBB Kvan
V t -tile, Indlanapolla, Clnctn-ntl and Lonlnvlllo am
' ilav. Tmln toave and arrive at Cairo a follows :
tickets and checks to III Important
F. A.MH.LRR . ROSWELL MILLER.
Oen I Pass. AR'nt. uenerat onp i
L. 1). CUVltCU, Paast Bjer Atrenl.
f3J " " "
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. IlUPtNETT, Pkoi-kiktoi:.
Of all descriptions to order at
To Order on
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads. 5 and fi Pound
Bill Heads. Hand 10 Pound
Statements, 5 and 0 Pound
! Bill Lading, 10 Pound
ALLKIIWT CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
WHITE AND COLOHED
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WKDNKSDAY
(JAIUO CITY FEItUY CO.
THREE ifi STATES.
I.SATfh , I.KAVKH I.RAV.1
Foot Kourth t Mlnxourl Lund'. Kentucky Ld'g.
8 a. m. &:: a. m. a. in.
Ids. m. 10:30 a.m. 11 a.m.
3 p.m. UM p.m. :ip.in.
i Pni- 430 p. m. 5 p. m.
NEW MEAT MA11KET.
Hi,nof the Ilnflalo Head.
No M. Olio I
K0F.HLEK I5K0S., Proprietors,
JOKAIiELL, A sent.
A fhl! and complete nipjily of the )et of all
klndn meat alwava ou band. Urdt-ra filled at aor
hour, day ornlcht.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car .Loads a Specialty.
( ) I" f i c y. :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WHOLESALE WINKS AND UljWS
F. M. Stocltletli.
Stockfeetii & Bross,
Succeor to F. M. Stockfleth,
llTHri'torn iiml WIioIhhIp douloi'Hin
Foreign and Ikmicstie
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Island. Catawba, California and Im
ported 1'urt, Sherry, Medura Wines sud Cham
pagnes. NO. 62 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MKH8RS. SMYTH A CO. have ro
stock of the best goods In the r
especial attention to the wholesah
tuntly a large
rkei snd give
ranch of the
MUTL'AL AID SOCim.
riDOW'S AND ORPHAN'S
Mutual Aid Society,
From T. A. Osbnrn, Act. Secretary of Branch Offloe
Bolwih, Trnm., Jannary 8th, 187V,
Thomas Lewis, SecrcUry W. & O. M. A. S. Cairo,
Dear Sir and Brother:
Sister Aeton has Just banded me a certificate
and desire ma to forward It to you; and requests
me to say to yon and through yon to the Society,
that she return her sincere thanks to you and the
Society, and to say that sho has received more on
brother Acton's death, (or rather on his policy,)
than she had expects-; and that she will do all that
she can to Increase Its membership. Ail that have
expressed themselves think well of your tabular
statement. Yours Truly, T A 08BURN.
Bouvsa, Time, Jannary 8th, 187t.
This Is to certify that my husbaud, Itov. James 0.
Acton, was a member or the Widow's and Orphan's
Mutual Aid Society, of Cairo, Illluols, and that ths
amount duo on such membership Cortlficatsa hsi
been fully paid, according to the terms of tho Cer
tificates, and the money expressed to me wlthou
one cent of cost, for which I return my slncors
thanks. A. M. ACTUS.
MOUXIXd, MARCH 5,
Tin' foIlowliiKCtw. Is proliutily the most remark
ubU ever ellVeteil liy nnv lnedleiil irt i
iirntiKii for the trcittinont ol
iientlemen,- I herehr certify tluit I huvo Imd Ca
tarrh for ten veurn. and for the lant clx venr liavu
been a terrilili! miir.-ri-r. I was rendered piirllally
deaf, hud nuziii.- In tho liend, pains acns tlm
temple, di.xy i-pi-lls. weak and piilnliil i-vrs, swol
len und uleernledtonalU. Imrd mnl constuiil cou-'h.
Hc-eru aln arriMs the rbewt. ami 4-very lii(lc:lion
of consumption. My bead uehc-d all tbc time. The
matter aecumiilali d so niplilly In my Iteud and
throiil tliut I could not keep thuni free. Fre(;iently
at night I would s .riinroiit of bed, It seemed to me,
attlj" point of siiffoi utlon. I would theu Iiuvm re.
course id every im-i-u tu mv power to dislodge, the
nnriiH froinmy ihroai iud"heiid helore being uliln
to sleep again, hir u a period ol six years mv ton
all were ulcerated und so much Influmcdtlmt I could
with difficulty vta!lov. 1 ilnallv cot suited an emi
nent ftiirxfon In regard to an oprrntloM upon them,
lift at hlsriiiie.i potpoued it. The constant Inllu
inulloii and ulceration In my thrnut caused liv the
poisonous matter dropplngdow n from my hcud hud
so Irrituted and li,Hamrd my lungs tlial'I c uhed
Incessantly. a deep hard cough Mc-unwhilu my
"Vstern begun to. how the effects of the disease, so
that I lost flesh, grew pule, and showed every symp
tom of au early dtatb by consumption. When mat
ters had readied this stage, or about six mouths
ago. I lu.-gan tho iu of Sakfohii' IUdical Ct'HI
roll CjkTAillill. After tisini tho first bottle I beinn
,to improve ranldly. The tlrst dose seemed to clear
my neaii as I imii not known it to be for years It
seemed gradually to arrest the discharge. It stop
ped my cough ill three davs. liy iisIiil' it a a gar
gli I soon reduced the inllinnatiou and swelling of
my tonsils, so that they soon ceased to trouble me.
The soreness across my chest disappeared, the buz
zing noise lu my head ceased, my sense of seeing
aud hearing were completely restored, and every
fymptom of disease that hiid reduced me to ttie
verge of the grave disappeared by the use of Sax
roiin's Raiucai. (inn r.m Cat a it fin.
I have been thus explicit b-.-cause. us a druggist, I
have seen a great deal of suffering from Catarrh, and
hoM? to convince many that this is a great remedy.
I am familiar w ith the treatment of Catarrh us
practised by the best physicians, and have consulted
the most eminent about mycase. I huve used ev
ery kiud of of remedy and upparutns thut have ap-M-red
during a psrlod of six years past, and have,
while following their use. tuken grtut cure of my
general health, but obtained no relief or encourage
ment from any of them. . .
Boston, Feb, St, 1N7.'i. GEO. V. D1NSMORE.
Feb. S3. 187.1.
i hen personally appeared the said (Jeorge K. Dins-
more, ana muae oat
by him subscribed i
that the foregoing stutelneut
true, hefore me.
SETil J. Til O.MAS,
S, Justice of the Peace.
Each package con'ains Dr. Sanford's Improved
lubuling Tube, aud full direction for it
use in all cases. Price One Dollar. For
sale by all wholesale and retail druggist and
dealers throughout the I nlted Sluies and Canada.
WEEKS A POTT Kit, General Agent" aud Whole
sale Drii'.Mst boston, .Mn-s.
A fiords the most grateful relief in all
Affections of the Chest and Lung's.
CHRONIC PLEURISY CURED
Messrs. Wxkks Porrsn: Gentlemen. Having
for many mouths suffered with a very lame- side,
called by my physician Chonic Pleurisy, caused by
a former D Jury and strain, and fur w hich I used ma
ny prescriptions aud liniments, as well as the so
tailed rheumatic cures, w ithout the least benefit, my
physician recommended pne of your Collins' Vol
taic Plahtkiis. which, to my great surprise, reliev
ed the puin and sorenes almost immediately, and I
have been able t attend to my household affairs ev
er since with perfect ease and comfort, wherea, be
fore the application of your invaluable Fluster, I
wa scarcely able to do anything I consider them
Inestimablu, and shall with pleasure recommend
them to theaftlicled. Yours respectfully,
S. tfKANCIS HAjtUIMAN.
Ohlanu, Me., April SI, 187U.
Thero Is no medicine or protective appliance that
will prove so grateful aud effective in Tickling
Cough. I rrltution and Soreness of the Chest and
Luus. We believe them capable of preventing se
riouii disease! of then1 organs.
Do not compound the.e Fluster with the ordina
ry Plasters of the dav, that bv comparison are abso
lie careful to obtain Cotitss' Voltaic Plastkk, a
combination of Electric, or Voltaic plates with a
highly Medicated Plaster, as sceu in the above cut.
Sold by all Wholesale and Hetail Druggist
thronqhoul the fnited States and Cnrtadus. und
bv w fcfchs ,t rOTTEK. Proorletore. boston Mas
JNSURANCE AGENCY OF
"Wells & Kertii,
Royal Ciiiiiiditiii capiftiV$-!oJbStild.
British America ASrosr.
Villvilln ltlre n,i Marine (Millvllle, N. J.)
Jllll Hie f Assets, $l..?7.64.
PniYmil'i'r'hl . :Of New York City).
tUIIlIIllllllll f Assets $M5,X:4.8fl.
TTninii '(Of Philadelphia; established lu 1804.)
L IHU11 i Assets, fctw.ltia.iw.
Fl'l'OllVUl'vi I . lf Dayton, O ).
T lit 111(111 f Aswts $410,431.96.
fj ni'lll 'lilt. 0f Freeport. 111.).
Ul.l 111(111 1 Assets $453,877.33.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
Offloo in Alexander County Hank.
2 g o
O CD H
FAINTS, OILS. WALL PAFER. ETC.
B. F. BLAKE,
Paints, 0Hs,Varnishes, Brushes
Window Gloss, Window Shades, Ete.
Alwsys on hand to celebrated oxtmiHATtMa
r Aurora; Oil.
.W??.Com.i ' riiro' 111
Livk.iu'Ool, March, 4, 2:00 v. m. -Wheat
firm. Winter, 8s !M&N :M; Siirin', 7s
tins 2d; C'uliioruLi avt-raire, 8s 10I!M ;M;
Ciilitiirniii club, 9s 2ilv;!s M. Corn
new, 4s Til.
Ni:v York, Marcli 4, 12:10 p. m.
Wlteat firiu. No. 2 Cliicao, $1 071 08;
No. 2 Milwaukee, ft 07l 08; Red
Winter, $1 0401 145 No-3 Red Winter
1 14,1.1 14).; No.
d'A 14. (lorn quiet.
3,444'; No. 2, 4.J.
2 Amler, $1 13.
Steamer, 44?:(; No.
CntC00 CHAIN AND PUODfCF..
CtitcAOO, March 4, 10 a. m. Pork April,
9 87i9 DO; May, f 10 02'. Corn
April, 331.'; May, 3TJJ3T.'. Wheat-
March, 94'8'; April 04.
Ciii(.AC.ot March 3, 13:00 m. Pork
April, 9 85 ; .May, 9 95. Corn April,
83J33i4'; May, 37oj37.. Wheat-
March, 94.U'; April, 04?..
THE ILLINOIS CAPITAL.
Special to the Times-Journal.
Spuingfield, March 8. A telegram
from the governor of Nevada thanking the
legislature of this state for the endorse
ment of the action congress on the Chinese
question was read to the house and referred
.to the committee on federal relations. Tho
telegram was evidently sent under a mis
take, us this legislature has taken no joint
action. The senate has adopted a resolu
tion, but the house has not.
The calendar of bills on first reading was
exhausted and several new bills were intro
duced. One novel proposition appeared in
the bill introduced by Mr. Buck, ot Kan
kakee, lie proposes to make all indorse
ments or suretyships of one person for the
debt of another, except upon official bonds,
void und of no effect.
The committee on libraries recommended
the purchase of the library of the lute
Judge Sidney Rreese, if it can be bought
The senate showed no quorum present.
A few new bills were introduced and ad
journment taken until to-morrow. ;
The treasury statement for February Is
Revenue fund $ ,0,C!)0 93
School fund 1,278 53
Military fund 24 49
Local bond fund 808 47
Total $ 11,302; 43
Revenue fund $ 99,002 13
Military fund 1,478 05
Total 1101,073 18
The Brazilian Remedy company, of Chi
cago; capital, 1,000.
The Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing
company, capital, $150,000.
The Stone City Barbed Wire Fence com
pany, of Juliet, capital, $2,000.
The Farmer City Mining and Coal com
pany, ot Farmer City, DeWitt, capital $8,000
A certificate of organization issued to the
"mutual aid society of the employes of Mc
Conniok's Reaper company.'!
Washington, March 3. The nomination
of Colonel Metcalf as uppraiser of merchan
dise at St. Louis was confirmed by a large
majority. The only opposition mndo was
raised by Senatoa Spencer, who usually op
posses everything unless there is something
in it for him.
It is claimed by those who have been
here for many years, that the closing hours
ot Congess were never marked by a scene
of such wild confussion. The frantic effort
of Mr. Springer chairman of the committee
ta iuvcBtigato Minister Seward, to secure a
a vote on the articles of impeachment, are
being sternuously opposed by tho Republi
cans. THD BEAROKAST-AT-AUM8
had to be culled in with his mace to pre
serve order, and it looks now as if the en
tire night would be spent in the attempt to
keep the Seward caso beforo the house,
At 11 p. m. all the appropriation bills
are disposed of except tho army and legisla
tive bills, and as tho latter contains the re
peal of the election laws, little hope is en
tertained of reaching a compromise, al
though tumors are plentiful to the effect
that an arrangement has been effected by
which tho senate will consent to tho repeal
of tho test oath for jurors and to prohibit
the use of troops at the polls,whilo the house
will consent to an amendment of tho law
to appoint supervisors, which will divide
the 'appointing power between the two
NEW SEMES-NO. 217.
CAIHNF.T AT Til F. CAPITOL.
The presiilcnt and memlwrs of tho cabi
net are at the rupitol enaed in tho exam-
tnation untl siL'tuno: of Ii1',h.
A Visage 'RivALLixii ix Yei.ix)wskh
that of n "heathen Cliinet," if behuiging
to one of our race, can scarcely bo ik'scrilxul
as attractive. Rut worse than this, it is tho
index of u disordered liver, of a liver that
needs arousing and regulating. The reme
dy is at hand, prompt, efficacious. A counw
of Ilostetter's Stomach Hitters will expel
the misdirected bile from the blood and
divert it into the proper channel, open Uio
bowels, remove the dyspeptic symptoms
which invuriubly accompany billiousnesa
and counteracts the rapidly developig
tendency to dangerous congestion of tho
liver, which must always exist when tho
skin ami whites of the eyes assume this
yellow hue. The pains through tho right
lower ribs, side and ahouldcr blade,
tho nausea, furred slate . of tli
tongue, and unpleasant breath which
indicate liver complaint, in short all it
disagreeable con-coniniilants are soon reme
died by this sovereign corrective, which iu
adilition to its regulating properties is a
superb invigorant, and a pure und agrcea
bls medicinal stimulant, appetizer and ner
vine. Fon the Cairo Bcli.ktim.
ITEMS BY OLD TIIIM.
The quaint little town of Dongola, situ
ated on the I. (', It. It., just 27 miles north
of Cairo, still maintains her position as
being the most business like town between
Cairo nnd Anna. Her business men are
among the solid, und are honest to the
core. There are six large mercantile houses
in the place, together with two family
grocery stores, and two drug stores; all do
ing a thriving business. Her mills for
manufacturing bread stuff and feed, are
among the best the country affords, and
they manufacture annually, many thousand
barrels of the finest grades of flour and
meal. Dongola being remote from any
swamp lands, her citizens enjoy almost On
interrupted health. The surrounding
country is rapidly improving in the most
approved style of a mixed agriculture, and
the prospect is flattering that at no very far
distant day, Dongla aud its surrounding
country will be denominated "tho garden
cnif r,f inn -ar Pwunl f' Q.i finn !u tlw, l.nalft.
of this place, that our physicians, Messrs.
Harmes, Williams and McLane sometime
seriously entertain the idea ot abandoning
the profession, and going into the business
"k wide-awake interest is taken In the
cause of education, and the result is, we
have a number one graded school.
Our present term of school, of which Mr.
Deans, of Johnson county, is principal, is
the most complete success that we have
had since our new building has been
erected. When we write that Mr. Deans is
'the right man iu the right place," wo
only write the truth.
The dogs of Dongola now havo a tax of
fifty cents per head levied ou them and it
must be paid, as the ordinunco so doclures
lt. A few of the citizens are very muck
chagrined over the matter, and to hear
them talk one would suppose we were on
the eve of a rebellion, such as has not been
seen since the flood. A movement is now
on toot for liberty and the destruction of
the corporation, It is thought by some
that our city fathers would do well to hunt
holes and hide from the wrath that is just
ready to be poured out uiwn their devoted
liemU ' '
The retention of any waste mattor in
the system produces injury. The collect
ion of "phelegin" or diseased mucus in
time f cold or throat, effect ion should be
promptly removed. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
tloes it more quickly and effectually than
any other cough syrup made.
Yoo Must Cirk that Couch.--With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can euro
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Cougbt
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthnin.anJ
all diseases of Throat und Lungs, it is abus)-
lutely without an equal, Two dose will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take und perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can efford to 1o with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottlo
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50ct.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs an
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Par
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
IIavk you Dysprptun, are you Constipa
ted, havo you a Yellow akin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if bo don't fail to use Bhl-
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed tt
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such term m
these. Price 10 cents, and 75 cents. Sold by
Wkll'b Persian Pertume "Ilacknietack"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
QcjcnT.1 Why will men smoke comnoti
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Br9
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