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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH ., 1870.
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' OFFICIAL PAPF.li 01'' ALEXANDER COl'NTV.
, f.nlvMoriiliur Daily In southern Illinois
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l.ur;sl Circ-nlat ion of uny IJaily in
3 f rioutliorn IU'moiM.
M. H. IlarrfU, Kilitor.
-inn iinmiui.' .lritiiK- SIH'TMI-'.I'.N llliASI)
I huiebvanuoiinee mvnelf u cmi'luln'e liefore Hie
onle. at l ie eiini iil' June election, in Hie J-iihi
udliJa! Dlntrlet, for l he otlloe of .luiluc ofllie Su
preme court. JlHiy II. .Ml l.Khl.
Mai-rh li.li 1ST.
Lkadvii.uc, Colormlo, lias its iiiorning
papers, mill Ims liud, during tliu tlircc
monthx oust. Tlic Itevcillc, a copy of
which is UToi-p us, contuins twenty-two col
uruns l.K'al husiut-ss cunls iui'1 coliiinii
advertlscnir'nis, and six coliiinn.s (if rcmlinj;
matter. Mwhanics arc n:liin tin! work
on the liitildinjf to l' known ns tin- Theatre
Comitpi", with expectation of liavin it
ready m xt Monday for the production of
the Ithtck (.'rook. The Keviullu speaks of
balls' and siK'iaLles, and conspicuously of
ono tlmt was given hy the Pleasant J lours'
social cliih. To convey freight from Di'ii
vcf to 1, a Ivillc, costs six dollars per hun
TiiK most alisurd. false and preposterous
charge that ever otVnded the cars of honest
men is that which the little. Ilepuldicnn
editors are now usinjj as a text from which
to preach prosy sermons about the Demo
cratic bull-dozers of Louisiana and Missis
sippi. The charge is that the whites of the
States named are driving out the negroes,
with IJowie knives and shot-guns. The
promulgation of such a stupid charge, in
.1 I .t 11 1 4. . A !... il. 1
the face of the well known fact that the
whites of the South are employing eveiy
known means except that ot force, to arrest
the exodus is a step so far in advance of
average Republican mendacity that the
more politic men of the party refuse to
have any part or lot in the
matter. Southern papers declare as
with one voice, that th't negro migra
tion, if continued, will prove ruinous to the
planting interests. The prosperity of the
south is based upon labor, anil the negro
furnishes the labor. Realizing this truth,
the promise of increased wages, moral sua
sion, bigger shares of crops have been
rmploye'l by southern agriculturists, in the
hope of inducing the blacks to abandon
the Kansas madness and settle down us
formerly. Upon the very "heels" of such
efforts as these, the charge so industriously
circulated by little Republican editors that
the negroes are being driven out by knives
and shot guns, can have but one effect
upon honest men -can but excite disgust
for the party that feels itself driven to the
employment of such disreputable and
idiotic means to make headway against a
The Michigan avenue l'uplist church' in
Chicago, wi.s built at tin i . pens'! of sJl'JO,.
000, one hundred thousand of which was
seemed by a mortgage on the church. A
few years ago the iiinnl crs of the church,
bull-do.eil their creditors into u reduction
of 50 per cent,, giving them that, or the al
ternative or taking the useless property.
Tin; debt was thus reduced to sji.Vl.lHIO, the
evidences of which are now held by a Chi
cago insurance company. One evening last
week the members of the church met, and
resolved that, unless the insurance company
submitted lo tt further scale of $ :),()U0, car
Tied the dobt one year without interest, und
live years thereafter at 1 per cent, the con
jrregation would makv no effort to pay
it. H.ieuk'nj of the inaiter the Chicago
Ti new tays : "Here is a deinl loss upon the
community of a great many thousands of
dollars; here tire further reductions demaud-
l.l In iwilicnol'iin lilillelil totlie Oeiilile
I'd , iiem i" " ii
at lar't; for iissistniiee to the amount of j
thousands of dollar.- 1 all this fr what?
That two hundred people in a iciyhhor.
hood where there are already eight or nine
churches may have oce for their special use.
If a body of business men were to unite in
attempting to carry out any such scheme,
the world would not lieJtate to term it a
contldence operation and to believe, it
swindling of the most inexcusable charac
ter. Among religious, or so-called relig
ious people, the operation is advertised as
bring in the interest of the "cause ot
Christ," and is so accepted, although it in
volves that, in righteous terms, can only be
called pitiful mendicancy, extortion, and
the wholesale robbery of honest creditors."
And thus we have it explained how Chi
cago became "the city of churches." The
only redeeming feature about the matter is
that the los falls upon a Godless insurance
WHO IS SHE?
OK 1I0W MMPKI.NS WAS HK-C APT1 VATIOI).
BY FIIANK 11. ANOIF.lt.
"Hubby, dear," observed Mrs. Simpkins
mildly one morning after bieakfast.
Mr! Simpkins immediately put down his
newspaper and rammed both hands deter
minedly into his trowsers pockets. Twenty
years' experience of married life had made
iiim wiley, and he knew that this bland
form of address presaged a persuasive at
tack on his pocket-book. When Mrs.
Simpkins wanted money she addressed him
as "hubby dear;" in their ordinary domes
tic intercourse lie was plain "Mr. 8." or
"Hubby, darling," said Mrs. Simpkins,
"I really must have a new bonnet tins
spring. I'm (piite ashamed to go into the
Mr. Simpkins groaned.
"I saw one at a liroadway store the other
day," continued Mis. S.;"u beautiful thing,
so stylish and so cheap only fourteen dol
lars." "That's always the tune," blurted forth
Mr. Simpkins. "Here's corruption in every
department of the government; silver worth
only US cents on the dollar; and but
what's the use of talking of economy to
Mrs. Simpkins arose, and passing over to
her husband, sat down in his lap, and put
her arms around his neck. She was no
longer young. Her cheek had lost some
thing of its beautiful bloom, and her figure
its giili.-hiiess, but there was in the action
that which recalled to- Mr. Simpkins the
davs of long ago. when he would cheer
fuily have paid for a hundred bonnets u
year if she had asked for them
"Mv dear," said lie, relenting a little, "do
you know what ?1 1 will buy.
"Yes." she said, simply, "it will buy that
Mr. Simpkins sighed, and his pocket
book came slowly forth from his pocket.
"There!" he said handing her the money;
"J caii't see the sense ot a woman having
so many bonnets. There's a whole barrel
full up in the attic now."
Mr. Simpkins arose with a gesture of
impatience, und jamming on his hat,
stalked down to hi bu.-iness. He stopped
on the way and bought a $1"J box of cigars,
and lunched that noon at a fashionable res
taurant at tin expense of !jcj.."i(): but then,
these things were necessities, and Mr. Simp
kins diil not have a Imrre'-lullof old cigars
in the attic.
Whether it was the remenibiance of his
wife's little act of girlishness that morning,
or whether his heart was tinged with a slight
tceling of remorse lor his his ungracious
ness. Mr. Simpkins took his way home up
IJroadwav that night with warmer teelings
toward womankind than he had known for
.. I,..., t..,. In eohii.ti nil i.i'i.vt ifMliioti L.i
a long time. In some wav everv woman h
met appeared attractive a psychological
phenomenon which other men besides Mr.
Simpkins have observed in their own expe
rience. In fact there was scarcely a wo
man who passed him that afternoon whom
Mr. Simpkins did not notice, in respect ei
ther of eyes, hair, teeth or dress.
"I declare," he said to himself, "I had no
idea there were so manv pretty women in
lint when Mr. Simpkins reached 10th
street there defended from n "ud street
stage a vision of such perfect female love
liness as made the heart of Mr. Simpkins
fairly lean into his throat. Clad in what
seemed ;o IMIII tile lll'iM Ciegaill .ill' I lie-
witching of summer costumes, and wear
ing the most piqu mt ul" hats, tied beneath
the chin with a bow of cherry-colored rib
bons, the lung ends ot which limited saucily
over her shoulder, this celestial being trip
ped across the street to Stewart's, raising
her snowy skirts as she went, and display
ing en passant an ankle sufficiently be
witching to cause Hiram Powers in dis
pair to smash to iuliuite-im.il atoms all the
. . .i . . . i ... i i
graven linages ho had ever iittenilited to
make, Mr, Simpkins stopped short am
gazed after her. I le was no longer a young
man. but the lires of youth still sniolderei
witliin ins iirc'ist. ami seemed now to iiurn
with an ardor as fierce as that of twenty
"I5y .Jupiler!" he exclaimed, "could any
thing be more lovely?"
W ithout a moment's hesitation lie crossed
the street and entered Stewart's in pursuit.
At that moment he would have given the
price of fifty bonnets for another single
glimpse of that one with cherry ribbons,
but his search was in vain. The lady had
disappeared. Up stairs and down, in the
elevator, around the rotunda, through every
department of the itninensj establishment,
went Mr. Simpkin. so many times that the
clerks began to eye him with curiosity not
unmixed wilh suspicion. At last, in des
pair, .Mr. Simpkins gave up the search and
sully wended his way homeward.
"It was a dream, " he said to himself,
softly. "An infatuating beautiful dreum,
I might have known it could not last."
At the supper table that night, Mr.
Simpkins was unusually grave and reserved,
liewildering kid button boots stared at him
from the sugar bowl, cherry-colored bonnet
notions tioateil m his tea, the very napkins
resolved themselves into white petticoats
w ith snowiest of trills,
"My dear," said Mrs, S, "what makes
you so melancholy?"
'Mh!" said Mr.' Simpkins, starting from
his reverie, "o, nothing. Duocid tired.
Hard day at the ollice."
"Poor 'old hubby!" said M:. S, sooth
ingly. "I I - got thai bonnet to-day
Mr. Simpkins grunted
eei:u'f those cherry ribbons uppermost
i. .1 a: t u . , . . . ..
in his mind the inspiration ot any! other
bonnett would have been torture,
".No," he replied, shortly. "I dont know
anything about such gewgaws. If at suits
you it will suit inc." !
Mrs. Simpkins was silent.
"I'll go to Oraee church next Suiiilay she
thought, "aud have my revenge."
Mr. Simpkins dreamed that night that he
was in heaven, and was being driveu about
the streets ot the New Jerusalem in a illJd
street stage by a swift winged angel, robed
in cherry -colored silk.
He went to his place of business next
day, still in a thoughtful and reflective
mood. Why the recollection of that beati
fic vision should remain with him so per
sistently he did not know. It gazed up at
him from the pages of his ledger, and
tloated before him ill the smoke of his ci
gar. When at last he left the office and
started home again it accompanied him up
liroadway. He had turned into Union
Square and nearly reached University
Place when ho came suddenly to a halt.
I!y all the gods of Greece it was she.
She stood with her back toward him.
waiting for a Broadway car. Those Hebe
like shoulders the cherry ribbons. He
could not be mistaken. Mr. Simpkins stood
still a dozen yards behind. The cur came
and stopped. The lady picked her way
daintily toward it over the muddy crossing.
Again the snowy ruffles and that entranc
ing, voluptuous, infatuating ankle! Mr.
Simpkins followed and took his stand on the
front platform, crowded as it was. He
could not see into the car, but by nearly
dislocating Jiis neck, and several times los
ing liis footing, lie managed to notice every
passenger ns he or she got on or oil'. n
went the car past 17th ' street, past 2!!rd
street, past Sotli street. It seemed to Mr,
Simpkins that the lady would
never get out again and is he
went Mr. Simpkins busied himself
with a thousand conjectures. Who was
she ? Was she married ? Was she single?
Of what nationality i Was she beautiful?
He had not seen her face, but the possessor
of such a figure, he argued, could not be
otherwise than beautiful in feature. Young?
Y'es, she was surely young and partrician,
too. No plebian ever owned an instep like
that. In fact, so sure of these things did
Mr. Simpkins feel, that he almost dreaded
the moment when the lady should decern),
and perhaps, in meeting her face to face,
destroy at a single blow his proudest illu
sions. He had not long to wait, for tit "1th
the conductor's bell rang, and the lady got
out. She crossed the street, and with Sir.
Simpkins following in a transport of ad
miration, entered an office on the corner.
Now, as Mr. Simpkins' luck would have
it, this ollice was the real estate ollice of
Mr. John Uigler, and Mr. John Bigler was
the brother-in-law of Mr. Simpkins. Mr,
Simpkins halted suddenly, in some con
fusion, and "walked 'round himself," so to
speak. The lady passed in without notL
ing him, and disappeared from view. Mr.
Simpkins stood for a moment irresolutely
in the doorway, and then, tired with a sud
den determination dashed upstairs.
The otiices of Mr. Uigler were situated
on the second floor. They consisted of
two roniiLs, an outter one about ten b'et
square, called by Mr. Uigler his "reception
room," and a larger and to ore luxurious
one within, reserved for the purpose of
confidential interviews. A Mr. Simpkins
expected, the lady was in the private room,
but the door stood slightly ajar, and as sin;
sat with her back to it. he could see
her earnestly conversing with the vil
lainous Bigler. At that moment Mr. Simp
kins caught liigler's eye. and beck
oned frantically to him to come out. Bigler.
thinking, from Simpkins' excited manner,
that the house might be on tire, came quick
ly into tin; outer room. As he did so he
swung the door w ide open, revealing to
Mr. Simpkins' entranced gae the lovely,
object of his pursuit, in r head resting upon
her small ami delicately gloved hand, her
lace shawl drooping gracefully from her
beautiful shoulders, and that pretty foot
peeping saucily from beneath the folds of
her dress. Her head was turned away,
and her eyes bent evidently upon the floor.
The sight was entirely too much for Mr.
Simpkins. and he seized Mr. Bigler's arm
with such energy that the latter fairly
"What the devil's the matter?" exclaimed
"Who is she?" cried Simpkins. pointing
towards the private room. "Introduce me.
In heaven's name, who is it?"
"Who's who?" asked the bewildered
Bigler. struggling to free himself from Mr.
Simpkins' grasp. "What in the name of
common sense is the matter with you?"
"That divine creature ill there." said
Simpkins, wildly. "I must know her. I
saw her for the lir-t time yesterday. She's
the most lovely woman I ever met. I fol
lowed her here to-day. Such a figure!
Such a step! Such nn tinkl'-! Bigler. I must
know her. There are chords, Bigler, in the
human breast, which once struck, render
no human responsible for his actions. Who
"Who? That!" exclaimed Mr. Bigler,
following Mr. Simpkins' gaze toward the
Mr. Simpkins nodded eagerly. Mr. Big
ler looked at Mr. Simpkins blandly. Then
he looked at the lady then again at Mr.
Simpkins. Then he became seized by a
violent internal paroxysm, and commenced
(ramming his handkerchief into his inouth,
"That.'" hi' exclaimed, us soon as he had
in some measure relieved hi in-c! I" by this
proceeding; "Why you blasted fool, that's
Tut; dkatii iiatk ok our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting evncndlv
from the most lnsignigcaiit origin, At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing Unit in the hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too lute, tlmt a
Pever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boslnr's German
Syrup been taken ncure would iiVI, result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lungs.
Boschee's German Syrup has proven iiseli
to be the greatest discovery of jS kind in
medicine. Kvery druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect . Over
ll.MI.OOO bottles sold last year without H
single failure known.
irnY.--Why will tni'ii slu,,kl, linm
tobacco when they can buv Minlmr. Pro's
'Seal of Ninth t'aiolina" at '.ae ,
The following Care in proliubly the must remark
able ever elVeetcd by any mcillcul prep
aration fur the treatment nf
(lentlemen.-1 hereby certify that I have limit's
iHrdi lor ten yearn, anil for the. lust hIx veam have
been a terrible, milt'erer. I wiih remlereil pnr'latly
ileal', hinl lnuzlii' In the lieml, pal ns neross the
leinple. illzv epellH. weak unil painful c)cf, mvol-1
leu anil lileeraleilioni'llB, hard ami constant rmiah.
uncle pain acrom the client, anil every Indication
of rolMlinptlon. My head ached all thutline. The
mailer accumulated no lapldly In mv head inn!
tluoal that I coiiiil not keep them free. Freiiiently
at nielli I would irlii- out of bed, ll Mccmed to me,
at the point of "invol ution. I would then have re
course to every means III my power to dislodu'e the
iinrim from my throat 'iiul head belore belli;; able
lo sleep tignhi.' Kor a a period ol six years Mi v loli
sil weie iilceinted unit so much iiillameil Hint I could
with illllii ulty iowiIIow. 1 ilnully coi suited an emi
nent fiiru'eoii in ri'itanl to an operation upon them,
lii't at bis reipiert polpoucd It The constant Inllii
matioii and ulceration In my throat cuused bv the
polouou mutter dropping down from my heiid hud
so Irritated and inllained my liners lluit I c allied
tiuvs..iuit!v,-ii deep hard cough Meanwhile my
svslein beL'iin to show the elici ts of the disease, so
tliul 1 lost tlesh. u-rew pale, mid showed every synip
torn ol an early ih nth by consumption. When mut
ters had reie heil this staac, or about six inmitli"
ic'o. I beiiui the lire of Saskoiiii'h Kahh ai. l i nk:
roil ( ATAIUIII. After Hsin the tirst bottle I beiim
to improve rapidly. The tlrst dose seemed lo clear
mv heiid us 1 hud not knim u It to be for years. It
seemed gradually lo arrest the discharges'. It stup
pe l mv coiil'Ii In' three duvs. llyu-lu.; it as a ca:
!e 1 siuni reduced the liilbiiiiution and swelling ot
mv toiiallH. so that tliey soon ceased lo trouble inc.
The soreness across mv chest disappeared, the ha
.in H uiusc' in in v hcu'l ceased, my senses of seciie.'
and hearlni were completely restored, and every
symptom of disease ihut hiid reduced n.e to the
verge of the frioe disappeared by the use ol san
jumi's H.M)lrAI.('l IIB J'oll I'ATAIlllU.
1 have been thus explicit letcaiise, as n druggist. 1
have seen a tircnt deiil of siitlerlng frnin ( ir.arrh.unil
hope toconvincv iiiuny Unit this is a greul remedy.
I u in familiar with the treatment of Catarrh us
practised by the best physicians, and have coli-lteil
the most eminent nboul my case I have ued ev
ery kind of of remedy and apparatus that have up
pe'areddiirliii! a period of sit cars past, and have,
while followim; tin ir use. taken great care of mv
m iierul health, but obtained no relief or encourage,
nient from anv of them.
Hostos, Feb. !, IS".. OKI). K. DINS.MUllK.
SCKKOI.K. Fell. '. 1ST:,.
Then personally appeared the nlil Oeorge F. Dlns
more. and made oath Unit the fon goiue statement
bv li i in subscribed is true, liefore me.
SET1I J. TlluMAS. Justice of tfie Peace.
F.aeh package cim'iilns Dr. Simford's Improved
Inhaling Tube, and full direitious lor it
use in all cases. Price One Dollar. For
sale by ull wholesale und retail druggi-ts und
dealer throughout the i lilted States and Canada.
WT.K.KS .V l'llTTKU. t.etieral Agents and Whole
sale Druggists ltosloii. M:'-s.
Affords the most grateful relief in all
Affections of the ( best and Lungs.
Me.rs Wkkks A Pom:!!: (eMitletncn. - Having
for many inoiiihs siillered wilh a veiy lame side,
called by my physician CLonic Pleurisy, caused by
a loriner ii jury andsirain. ami for which 1 ued ma
ny prescriptions and liniment-, as well as the so
called rheumatic cures. iihont the least bcneiit. my
physician recommended one ol onr CoI.uns' Vol
taic I'i.A"Ti:ks. ,hiih. lo my great surprise, reliev
ed the puiu ami soreness almost iiiimeiliiiielv. and I
h.r. been able to attend to uiy hoii-i Imlil r.Dairs e
T still e llll perfect ease und coti;lort. w hercus. lie
I'lii.' the application ol wnir invaluable 1'iast.T. I
:i scarcely abb- to do anv thing ) con-iih r them
in "-tlmalile. and shall with pleasure recommend
tb-m tn the afflicted. Yours rep-citullv.
Allis. HANI Is l!Al;i:i.VAN.
( lltt.AMi. .Me.. Apiil gl. ISIi,.
There is no medicine or protect appliance that
will prove so grateful and cnVctivc m Ti.-kling
'ni'.gii. Irritation und Soreness of the Chest and
l.uius. We ),cl"ve t li.-iii capable of p.-eieiitite.' se
rious tiisea-cs of these organs.
I 'rji 'p. '.'." ( nt -i.
Do lint compound these l';-ier wun the ordina
ry Plasters of tin- iluy, that by comparison aiv abso
Ileiarelul to ul t 'ii n Collins' Voltaic I'la-tkii. a
combination of Klectrie or Voltaic plates with a
highly Medicated Plaster, as seen In the above cut
Sold by all Wholesale and lb-tail Druggist
throughout the l iiited States and Canada, and
by WKKKS i PuTTF.l!. I'mnrictors. llo-ton Mas.
I.I. OA I,.
OTIC K OF FINAL sMiTI.F.MUNT.
LsTvTK or WILLIAM Ill'.Al KKN. 1KI KA-KI)
Stale of Illinois. AleMindercoiitity, ss.
To the heirs and creditor,- of said estate:
You an- hercbv untitled that on Tuesday, the gJnd
dav ol April, ist'.l. the iidialnistriiuix of said estate,
will present to tie- county court of Alexander
county, at (alto. Illinois', her final report of
her acts ami doings us Mich administratrix,
and ii-k the court to be discharged from uny
und all further duties und re.poii-ibilitles connect
ed with aid esiate, and her administration thereof,
at w hich time and place, you may be present and
resist such application if von c'.ioos., o in do.
i Ai!' il.l N F. WAI.KF.II
formerly Caroline liracheti. Administratrix.
Hy i irt ue of a special exi cut loii to me (li recti d, ,y
the clerk of I In' Circuit Conn ol Ale uiner County, lit
the Stale of Illinois, in favor of Wood l'ilteuhoiiv
and Joseph II. liittetihoiise. a" partners
eoinpo-ilni the llr'li of Wood llitleiilion.,,
iV llro.. and against Samuel H. Thoni'i
son. John Sltnint und Mdward I' (IINoti. a part
ners coinpo-lligthe tirm of S. II. Thompson A t o,.
I shall otlir fur sale at piililic vendue at the we-ler'et
ilonroflhe Court ll,m-e. la the city of Cairo.
( hi lit - ail Alexander and Stale of Illinois, on II;"
TIINTII DAY (IF Al'HII,. A. D. ISIC.
al II o'lloi k a. tn.. the follow ing described property
to-wli: Lots numbered thirty-one i:ilj and thirty
two .:vji. in block numbered torly-elgbl i is. tut
ciu of I airo. county of Alexander and state of
Whini. heretofore lev ied upon hy lue a the prop
eity of Mdward I. Oilson, under u w l it of attacn
ni iit issued out of sai'4 Circuit Court ul the In.
slain-,, nf said Ifltteliholise ,V llro., against said S
K. Thompson A- Co.
Iii't' il this l.'.th ilnv of Match. A. I) ts;(i.
JOHN lliilllills. Sheriff.
I n Olio I ! iukIi'ciI Volume
I'lillbriices History, ll'ogruidiy. Travels, Nuliir.il History. Physiology. Physical Scletie
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Tliucltery, O. I.. Crulk. Charles Keiide,
Hchlller. John S. C. Abbnl. Samuel Smiles
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CARI'ENTElt AM) CONfltAI'TOK.
JOHN -A. TOOK,
CAIil'liNTKU AM) Co.NTUACTOIt,
SHOP ON TENTH hTKKET,
(between WashlngUm and Walnut.)
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ING PADS lo any Invalid afflicted with l.lv.-i
Complaint. (IIII.I.S and FKVKIt, INDIGKS
1TON. COSTIVKNESS, Nervous lleadaclie.
Dyspepsia. Nervous Debility and Impure Mood
If liny will scud us their avmploms and ail
(lre and agree to send us Jg.isi if It erlecl.
a cure lu their entire satisfaction, ntheiwise
there w III be no charge. We will do this to con
viuce the public of the superior Value as a
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do all wo sav A thio!! r
will neci ssarlly be limited In number, we hop.-,
therefore, an early application will he made. A I
dress. ,tv Ke-pei tfllllv Your.
HI! O. W .'FoltllKS,
IT,' K 1 tit street. Clm Innuli, Uiiiu.
I'h)sehu,s peak In Term of Praise lu fv,,r of the
1 1 K VI.TJ I PAD.
( in. Imsati. June . IsTfi
Having hnd some considerable acijuaiuuni H it!,
lie- operation of the IV!. I can iin.i o ne b.u.ii
reiotiine'tiii it . an . wcllcnt p tnedy In nil t!M- ,t:,
es..' for which Dr. l-'orb.-s coun-elp iu i,-,
f Dl! J ll Al.l (iH Hl.l..
gill George street, i inciiihuti
Wh.it lev. Joseph Finery, the well Liio, a (. it)
Nl,-lohar) . say s :
IV' issati. Jane :v'i. t"i,.
Ila- ii.g had a Ion; -;,(:i iinta;,, , win, Dr Fori.
I am siitiied t!,:;i (. !,,,i, ,,.r i. r,., ouuio-ml. be d
o con-ciem Ion. .j . i. : 1 1 1 w e prove .ul tie-1 promise
I'-KV Jos-KPH (. l K K Y
txtrji t from a few of the Ala nv I., tt.-rs treou.-mlv
r. i . in-.: at ll,,- (ii, ,.
Use says:-"I leel Dial vour Ihnl-ho'-s saved mv
1 f e " Aiiolhrr snis: "i.'ir I'm! hi jit r.-ai le-d
my ease. It ha .-utir.-lv r-minrd mv co.t iveu.-.-and
i n( nm-iit Sn k llead.e he." Another v riles :
Tnor I'ml !l. allied .trbliv to basine... and In
forty-eight hours I (,-:ii,, ;i . , ,.r '' Another
"Your Pad Iris cured in,-of Itli.ioii-ie'.. and a lor
pld l.lier. I inn le t;, r than I hin-hen i.j i, utv
war " Still another sav : I ra.' eiidurcl a!i tb-bo.-rors
growing out of a torpid l.ivr met Dv s; !). t
Alter u:ng your pad aii On-., n. , ft me. one
more; - -! ,a',e u-.-d i,,iir p,i. ;tt, .,(,., ftXi
tuiory n-.ul.s. and ileirfiuv r.-comeml ih.-m to
Obtained for new inveiittuas. or for iiuproveniei.t
on old ote ; fur medi' al or oih.-r i oinpoi;,,;,, i, ,,,
mark und la'e'!.. i uveal. Asigumeit. Intel
ferences. Appeal. Suit fo,- ItilCngeuieot. a:il
all i aae" ari-ing under the Patent Laws, prompt
iv attended to - - Inventions t ti ! haw h.-.-n
PL1! L I ' I- i ''.' '" 1 atetit Otbce m,v still.
iliniie i in' in
III lliii.l i sses. he patented hv
-it,, the I . S Patent i. t:ir: m.-ut.
n l'j.:,-iit bn.ini's exi ! 1 1 -1 . f i . i ai,
and engaged ii,
luake closer se-t'o h, .
UIKl sei lire patents more
promptly, .ml u nh hnenler ciuiiu. than tho-e who
are remote freiti V ..-iiington
I V VKVI'l I If h,,"i n a model gr -k.-t h of
lt 1 li.i I III1 voiir device: we make c.
a m I ii fi 1 1 on ami ad i.e a lo patentability, free ol
charge. All pi'ieleiiic strictly roii'ddt-litis.!.
Prb es low , und :.o , Irirge unles Paient is secured.
We Pier tli S;i'hlligtoli. to Hon Pot!liaater
Genera! D. l. K' ,. le v. F. D. power. Tne i.ennan
Alnernnii Nat.,:ii,l tai;k. to efi'.i nil- in the I . s.
l'ateiit Glib e. a d lo s. miior und liepie.entative
111 Congress ; an-i epei inlly lo our i liunl. in ev ery
Stale ii, Hi,, (.'uii a and in I unud.i. Address
C. A. SXOWW CO..
Oppo-lle Patent Olliie. Wl-hiCglu!!, l. C.
rjV) INN KNToi AND Mill 11 IMi s.
I'ATIINTs ii'nl how to obtain 1 G.-tn . I'.-uaplet ol
HO p ige fre . upon receipt nf stumps for posta.
Aildres il..diil;K. sin ,v ( u.. "
Soliritols of D'Uellt.. liox .",1.,
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IMPERIAL Gil AM )l.
" i'MI.'loll M TlllTliiN Till'. MITI."
"WaHi.tiai, 'liJ.4l,'(l? V'
The Oreut Meilieiiiiil Ko,,,!.
The SaHutor For Invalid und the Aged An ;)
comp.irabel Aliaienl lorlheGpiwlh nml pnitei
linn of Inlnnls uud chililreu. superior
Nnlrlllve In Contimied Fever, ami a
II. 'liable Ih medial Agent In nil iieues of the
s. , i ,i i ....... i
'I'll IS .',U"tly eelebraleil lllt.TI TIl' I'lll.l'AIUTION is.
I 111 f Itll 1 ll Is 1 1 1 c ill . liiilii'lii'i:!,' Ooi i:i.u .1....:. . i
i, Mi.it, ii mm I ll i e. 1 1 ue
from Hie Wiiitk Win iKtt 'i.i;.t Wio.'at (.i:k,m
solid I'MriH I. the iuvi'lltlMI of Ull I'lllllli'llt I hrllll-l
ll ha mil only been highly rei oniliieiiil. il, hut e,.,'
tilled lo by ti large number of hemi-i and I'hv.i-claiis-represeliliiig
u very high ileuree ol lucil'h a I
science-as the Safest. Must Acceptable and (,i,.f
hie Food lor IlieOrowih i:ml Protection of Ititatils
' "ii, inei mh .iiouieis oicKiug; sua, (-lent
Nii.ii'islimeiii lor their ollspring.
I'lillke llinse prepuriitlnlis iniide front llll I irn I
vinous tmiller, which are liable In sllmuluts lr
brain uud Irritate the digestive iirguus, It cuibrac ,K
la Its eleinetitury eoniposllion
Thai which iin'ikes strong Hone ami Muscle. That
which makes good Flesh uud lllooil. Thai which
euyolT)lgest bin. -never const I pal Inn, M t H ,(,, B
kind nml I'rleiidlv'to I lie llriiln, und that which nctsiis
a preventive of Hume. Intestinal Disorders Inclden
till to childhood. 1
And. while ll vvoiihl heilllllctill locoiirelveol anv
llllnt! In Food or Desert more ereainv and ileliclons
or more nourishing uud streiigilieula IIH IM, o'
incut In Fever-. I'ultnonarv ('oiniilalnts, Dyspe,
anil General Debility, Its IIaiik .uliiiunal Fxen
i.knck In all Intksti.njvi, Disk.vsi:, cspccliilly In ' '
liywiiterv, Clirotilc lMiirrlui'it anil Cliulera Inl'mi.
Him been liiciiiiti'siubly proven.
Sold Whulesniu mid
PltlNCIPAL CITIES ofi, VNITHI) STATES ,
JOHN CAULK Jt SONS." .NEW VOUK,