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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1879.
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M. a. HtHToll. Kditor.
I hero annouace mylf a candidate before the
people, at the enmilim June election. In the rim
Judicial UUtrict. for the olllce of .1 w "I .'
preme court. JOHN Jl. Ml LKh.
March iMth K9. .
SrRixoFiEi.n corrt'spondt'nts of-the St.
Louis piipors upcnk of Hie failure of D. W.
Lusic. lute State printer. Of course he
failed. Nobody who knew the man ex
pocted anything else. Without brains or
capital he undertook the performance of
work that required the constant use of both
It, however, lie could have banked upon his
egotism if lie could liave reiiilered per
sonal vanity a legal tender for cash, never a
draft upnu him would have tfone to protest.
TitK Valley Clarion, of Chester, is urg
ing with much zeal, the claims of lion.
Wm. Harizell, to a Beat on the judicial
bench of the Third circuit. Judge Wall
having declined to accede to the suggestion
that he run for Supreme Judge, the opening
for a fourth candidate in that circuit is not
very encouraging; but if Hartzell runs he
will be right on the heels of the successful
men, if he doesn't come in as one of the
winners. He has not, however, as far as we
fcave observed, intimated any purpose to
b fcome a candidate.
Maky of the outside insurance companies
perating in Illinois, are organized tinder
charters that forbid the loaning of their
surplus cash anywhere outside of the lim
its of the home state. These companies
draw hundreds .of thousands of dollars
from Illinois, not one dollar of which can
ever return in the shape ot loans to our
people. It goes, every dollar of it, to the
enrichment of other people. A sum, five
times greater than our State taxes, is thus
drawn from our people every year to add
to the wealth of Massachusetts and other
States on the Atlantic sea-board. The bill
introduced into our Legislature to shut out
eucli insurance companies for any partici
pation in the busin-'ss of Illinois, ought to
become a law. It would srve to keep
millions f dollars at home which now go,
as stated, to build up the industries and add
to the weilth of those who are already
wealthy. It is a tribute that should not
be paid any lunger.
The Young Men's Christian Association,
of Bangor, Maine, has resolved tllat Sena
tor Blaine is, by his opposition to further
Chinese immigration, doing violence to the
essence and spirit of Christianity, and de
serves the rcpiobfition of good men. etc.
The Voting Men's Christian Association, of
San Francisco, acting under a ditT-rent
kind of inspiration, has thanked Mr. lilaine
lor his labors to restrict C hinese immii'ra-
tion,' as its continuance would serve to de
base and demoralize the white laboring
classes of the Pacific coast, and that, too,
without furnishing any compensation in tho
habits, practices and morals ol the Chinese
themselves. Looking at the mutter from a
Christian's stand point, the Senator mani
festly gets mixed. From tho one-side comes
the cry of "Don't;" but from the other side
nmd f 1 1 ii ". rt til 1 1 tt k ,i , 1 .
"Don't-do-dn-n't-do-dnn't" until tlm ..(.
ocnt gentleman is forced to helivve that
tho Christians, like tho iKilitieinnR, do not
bide together, much, in Die beauties of
JcDotJ. M. Elliott, of the Kentucky
Court of Appeals, was killed on the streets
of Frankfort, last Wednesday, by one
Thomas Buford, of Henry county. With a
heavily slug-loaded double-barreled shot
gun on his shoulder, Buford approached
Judgo KUiott, and without a word of warn
ing, shot him through the heart. The only
reason alleged for this most infamous crime,
was that one of the Judge's decisions was
obnoxious to him. Buford who is a broth
er of (leneral A. Buford, declared that the
other charge in the gun was for Judge
Pryor, of the same bench, ami that, but for
the presenco of children, he would have
killed Prior also. The blood-thirsty mon
ster is in jail ; ami the excitement ran so
high, at one time, that there was' talk of
taking him from prison by force and ad
ministering justice to him according to the
code of Judge Lynch. A few mora occur
rences of this sort and a Kentucky Judge
ship will bo held, as "class 4, extra haz
ardous." Tiik St. Paul Pioneer speaks very causti
cally of Senator Logan, and we call upon
Kuykcndall, to introduce into theSenato of
Illinois, proper resolutions of censure. The
Pioneer say that "Logan never played the
fool with more abundant success than when
he rode through the streets of Washington,
after four white horses and a paid brass
band, imagining that the crowds that yelled
and jeered at the monumental folly, were
there to hail him as a hero and statesman
That he could ride in such an absurd
parody of a circus street-parade, listening
to paid music and sarcastic yelling, and re
flect upon the disgraceful and belittling
means- -the trickery ,'fraud and deception lie
had employed to defeat the will of decent
people and gain a scat in the Senate that
be could do this, and not hide his head in
the curtains of his hired triumphal car,
mark him as the most brazen-faced fraud
ami hypocrite on the American continent."
AsKnykis notjtpt in composition we
submit for his consideration the following
pattern: "Whereas, the people whome it is
t iare right to defend the kerriektar
of its statesman whit'eh it is Senator Logan
whom he has faut for the Union whitch it
was also assaled by the rebbil hoards, thar
four, Resolved that the St. Pall Pioneer whitch
it did publish a vial attackt on Illinoises
favorit son is a Her!"
No thanks, Kuyk. Command us at any
1Iavi.no given currency to the report that
readied us, to the eftect that the Republi
cs managers of this Judicial Circuit are
striving to so shape the pending coutest as
to have all the advantages of a party con
vention without its form, we deem it only
fair to say that a number of the leading
Republicans of this city have waited upon
us, and protested most solemnly that neith
er the Executive committee nor the lead
ing men of the party had any such purpose
in view. They think it quite likely
that the great bulk of Repub
lican voters will vote for
Republican candidates, as the majority
of Democrats will vote for Democratic can
didates; but that there is any understand
ing that the votes shall be concentrated on
Marker, Raker or Dougherty, is denied
most earnestly and persistently. Dougher
ty, Raker and llarker are all from the ex
treme lower part of the district, these pro
testers urge, and whatever their immediate
party friends might do, it is quite certain
that Republicans in the upper portion of the
circuit, who have favorites of their own
in the field, would not consent to any ar
rangement that would thus unceremoniously
exclude these favorites. In the face of
these protestations, made by honorable
men, we shall not insist upon the correct
ness of our information. On the contrary,
we are disposed to grant that the arrange
ment spoken of was not, in form and terms,
agreed upon. Rut, granting this, there are
other facts that compel attention. One of
them is that, territorially considered, the
candidates named are no more objection
able than any other threti would be.
since all the Republican candidates live in
the lower countieh. We have Raker, of
Alexander, Dougherty, ot Union, llarker,
.if T. tl tiiui in XT s 'n !! iintf itT ATiia-Min f Vtiiir
Il U"llll-"'ll) 4'VA ta till j n iit.rMl f V'tlil)
of Saline and ('lark, of Pope. In this view,
in fact in any view, better ui":i than the
three in qiiestioD, co'.ild not be selected.
Another fact ol'whieh Democrats can not
lo si'ht, is this, that when Duff.
km;;my nnj Youngblood made the race,
no Democrat spoke of either DutT or
lotmgoioou as a Democrat. Ihey were
spoken of as more learned in the law than
ioiigncnv, us men yet in
the vigor of manhood, and
as toe batfr meu for the position. The
Republican voters of the circuit, largely in
the minority, moved wholly by party con
sidcratiims, united upon Dougherty mid
elected him. Calling these and other fac'.s
t tat might be enumerated, to mind, Demo
crats should determine to unite upon ut
least two Democratic candidates, and thus
insure their elK'tion. By dividing our
votes among the many, we may Imperil the
election of even our strongest man. The
Democrats, or large majority of them
would accept a ttomproinisu ticket contain
ing the names lof Cnwford, Raker, inn
Washburn or Hrpwning. They would do
this, because sucl a ticket would unbrace
the best ni'iterial p the circuit; secondly,
because it is fair, when territorial! cou
sulcred one of the candidates bikig at
either extreme of the circuit and
the middle; and thirdly, because!
fair politically considered the
f racy being unquestionably in the
ant. Mure than this no Democrjt will
agree to concede, and a stubborn Jersist-
ency on tho part of Republicans to y in all,
may drive Democrats into a like stubborn
mood, and thus precipitate what the best
men of both parties would avoid aholiti
For Tlio Cairo Ilulloiin
And what haul thoa found 'mid the roue at rest,
Why beat In that tremulous way, '
Like frliflitimnd wild birds In a human hand nrcmwd
My heurl, it ih only the or May.
Hut no, lucre omothlni; fur weeter at reat
Tliua ever I caw by the lllit of the day.
Tib Cupid asleep "nld the roses tit dark,
We shall hide him awny on somu lotio floulng Nile
Where murmuring water his soul iliullienilu,
A he dreamily Ilea In a ruh-voYen bark.
Then I boro hint awny to the rush-woven boat.
Away like an arrow I sped;
Tho wind made hi ringlet lu gnlden lllil llout,
I' pon my biMom I pillowed hU bead ; 1
And I laid him awuy In the strange cradle bed.
While the pressure of rose on his cheek nestled red,
HIh warm Hps were sweet, but I left Ihem unkisseil,
And from tho young sleeper turned soft as a fawn
To linger a near till the comlnj of dawu,
Lest Cupid fchould vanish away In thu uilst.
All night did I tenderly watrh o'er my pet,
Nor of weariness did I complain,
But morning looked down on a cheek of tearwet,
Kluxhed red ns a rove 'neuth the tight falling rain.
And nowdo I earnestly strive to forget
The ulght thut I guarded my treasure lu vain.
For Cupid Is roving o'er hill and u'er dule,
'Mong islands where flout the rich fragrance of
Where bright birdi have wandered from out
And the rosea be pressed hnvc grown languid and
For The Cairo Bulletin.
A MOTHER'S Mt'SlNWS.
Bf I. A. II.
When my babe 1rt came to bless me.
How 1 watehel her day by day;
For her sweet aigellc beauty,
Mudu me fear die could net slay.
Often in the nlglt'a dark silence,
Would I listcnfor her breath,
And when aha wis only sleeping,
I would trenibl! lent 'twere death.
Ktlll, the uiontlisrolled "round their changer ,
Fleeting sciihoih cumi! and went,
Ktlll our cherlsed niuiau angel,
Lingered with in, nil content;
Still Mie only crept the nearer
Dearer to my tiKtber's heart,
TIM each fiber of Ler being,
lu my helHg hud a piirt.
Now again the wa-m spring sunshine
W arms the va'ley und the hill ;
And the buds me softly waking
From their sleep o long and still;
But I aee no hrowu-ryed baby.
Like my laughter-loving child,
And my quivering, aching lieaitlring
Tremble with their grief so wild.
I have nothing but a picture
And a treasured lock of hair,
And her playthings prnclott rellcs-
And the clothes she used to wear.
Sad, I alt within tuy chamber.
Lli-toulug to the full In a raiu;
But the music of the breathing,
I shall never hear agalu.
Ah! my heart la aching, breaking -
Vain 1 try toijuell its pain;
For her precious form Is lying
Cold and silent neath the rain.
Tho' I know her sainted spirit
Is u wt there, tint far above,
How my mother heart Is yearning
Fur the casket that I love!
Other children call me mother
Little ones as dear as she,
(lather around the household alter.
But alas there are not three.
Brother-sister, bow she loved them!
Hav "Our Father" soft aud clear,
Tho' I know an angel's w ith them,
Her sweet voice I can not hear.
But I must not Idly murmur,
In this life must do my part
Hoftly lay my crushing sorrow,
Deep within my bleeding heart .
I must smile for others' pleasure
Mlnglo lu the festive throng,
(Irlevc not that she tied so early
Thankful that she flayed so long
Oil! tue earth will seem the brighter.
That it was her dwelling pirn e;
And the world eau glv no ti' -nnire.
Like the inMunry of her fucu.
Meekly w III I bear my burdens -
Stem the llde and lunv,- the blast.
Ii the angels will but take me.
Where I can see her fine ut List,
Cairo, 111., March 18711.
Tin; dkatii hath of our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting genera lly
from the most inigiiigcant iirigin. At this
season of the year especially, a co'.d is such
a common thing llmt in the hurry of t very
day life we lire apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often liml too late, that a
Fever und Lung trouble has already set in,
Thousands loose their lives In this way
every winter, while bad Boshee's (!i imaii
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all discuses of the throat ami lungs,
lliscliec's German Syrup has proven iNeh
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
1)00,000 bottles sold last year without u
single lailure known.
A C'Aiti). To nil who are sutlering from
the errors und indiscretions of youth, iter
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man.
hood, &c, I will send it recipe that will mv
you, ru UK ok ciiAiioic, This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in S.m'h
America. Send a linlf-uddrcssed envelope to
the Rev.JosKHi T. Inman, Station I), liht,
House, New iork City.
Oj iiitY. -Why will men smoke cummini
tobuci'o when they can buy Marlitirg r,t
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same ptice!
The tolhiwlugCiii'el probably the mo4 remark
able, ever effected by any medical prep
aration for the treatment of
(Jiiillenien. I hereby certify that I have hod Ca-tar-b
for ten yearn, and for the last six years have
been a terrible sufferer. I was rendered partially
deaf, hail huz.lng ill the heud, pains across the
temple, dl.ny spells, weak aud painful eyes, swol
len and ulcerated tonsils, hard und constant cough,
severe pain across the chest, und every indication
of consumption. My head ached all the time. The
mailer accumulated so lupldly In my head und
tlmiitt that I eu Id not keep them free, Frequently
at n it'll I I would spring out of bed, it seemed to me,
at the point of suffocation. I would then have re
course to every means in my power to dislodge the
inn mis fioin my throat snd head below being able
to sleep again. For a a period ol six years tn v ton
sils were ulcerated and so much Inflamed thut I could
W illi difficulty swallow. I finally cot.sulled an emi
nent stirgeoii In regard to an operation upon them,
lil t at hlsrequo-t post pnued It. The constant ilifla
mulloiiuiid ulceration In my throat caused by the
polHoiiot's mutter dropping down from my head had
so liTitu'cd and Inflamed my lungs that 1 c uglied
incessaiitlv,-a deep hard cough Meanwhile my
svslein began to show the etlecls of the disease, so
tlui 1 lost llesh. grew pule, und showed every symp
torn of an early duith by consumption. When mat
ters bint reai lied tills etuge, or about six month
ago, I begun the use of Kanfoiwi's Uaihcai. Ct liK
roil Cat nun. After using Ihe first bottle I began
to Improve rapidly. The tlrst dose seemed to clear
mv head as I bad not known It to be for years. It
seemed gradually to arrest the discharges. Il stop
ped mv cough In three duvs. By using It as a gar
gle I s'niiu reduced the Inlbiuiutiou and swelling ut
my totinils, hu thut they soon ceased to trouble me.
The soreness across my chest disappeared, the buz
zing noises In my head' cea-ed. my senses of seeing
anil hearing we're completely restored, aud every
symptom of disease that had reduced me to the
v'eru'cof I he grave disappeared by the Use of !-as-rime's
KaiiK ai. Ct'liK Koa Catauhii .
I have been thus explicit b"i ause, aajj usu'lst, 1
have seen a grnut deal of snflcring frorafarrh, und
hope toconviiue many that this Is a great remedy.
I urn funilllur with the treatment of Catarrh us
practised by the best physieiuns. aud have consulted
the most eminent about mycase. I have used ev
ery kind of of remedy and apparatus that have ap
peared during a period of six years past, and have,
while following tbilr use, taken t'rvat care of my
general health, but obtained no relief or encourage
ment from any of them.
Boston, Feb, il, lH7r. OEO. F. DINS.MOKE.
SfrTOI.K. Feb. 21, 18".
Then personally appeared the said tieorge F. Dins
more, and made oath thut the foregoing statement
by blm subscribed Is true. Before me.
SKTU J . THOMAS, Justice of the Peace.
F.aoh package con'alns Dr. Sanford's Improved
Inhaling Tube, und full directions lor its
use In all cases. Price One Dollar. For
sale by all wholesale and retail druggists and
dealers throughout the I tilled stutea and Canada.
WKF.KS ifc POTTKM. Ocncrul Agents aud Whole
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AlFoi'ds the most grateful relief in all
Affections of the Chest und Lungs.
CHRONIC PLEURISY CURED
Messrs. Wlkks Si Poitku: Oentlemen.- Having
for nniiiy months sutler d with a very lame side,
called )) my plijsleiun Choiiic l'leiiris'y, caused by
u former injury and strain, und for which I used inu
ny prescript inns and liniments, us well us the so
lulled rheumatic cures, without the leustbeuetlt. my
physician recommended one of your t 'ou.iss' Vol.
taic l'l.AHTKKs. which, to my great surprise, reliev
ed Hie pain und soreness almost immediately, and I
have been able to attend to my household tiflalrs ev
er since with perfect ease and comfort, whereas, be
fore the application of your invaluable 1'lustcr, I
wss scan el able to do anything I consider them
luestimuble, and shall w ith pleasure recommend
them to thealllleted. Vours respectfully.
M US. FKANCLS IIAIiltlMAN.
Om.ANli, Me., April sjl. 1870.
There Is no medicine or protective appliance that
will prove so grateful and ellecllve hi Tickling
Coughs, Irritation aud Soreness of the Chest aud
I nu,. We believe them capable of preventlutr se
rious diseases of these organs.
1Vi-. !J."i f Vnt.
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ry l'luslers of the day, that by comparison are abso
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combination of fc'lectrlc or Voltaic plates with a
highly Medicated Plaster, us seen in the above cut.
Sold by all Wholesale and Detail Druggists
throughout the l ulled States and Csnudas. and
by WEF.KIS A I'OTTKH. l'rourletors. Boston Ma.
I, Mi All.
TOTICK OF FINAL SK1TLKMKNT.
fc STATIC Ol' W II.I.IAH HKAI KKN, IIKl'EASKD.
Stule of Illinois, Alexander cuiinty. ss.
To the heirs and creditors of sold estate;
You are herein- notified that on Tuesduv. thelfind
day or April, 1S7H. the administratrix of 'ald estate,
will present to the county court of Alexander
county, at Cairo. Illinois', her final report of
her acts anil doing a such administratrix,
and Hsk the court to be discharged from any
and all further itittles and responsibilities connect
ed with said estate, and her adinlulstration thereof,
at which time and place, ymi may be present und
resist such npplicutiun if you chouse so to do.
former!)- Carolina Bracken. Administratrix.
By virtue ofa special execution to me directed, by
tbecl.'ikof the rirctilt Court of Alexander County, in
the Slate ol Illinois, In favor of Wood Kllteuhouse
and .loxcpli . Uittciihoiise. ns partners
composing the firm of Wood l(ltlcuhoiie
1 Bio., and as;aliit Samuel K. Thotnp
son, John Slnnot and Kdwurd 1'. (ilium, as purl
tiers coiiipie-iini the Hi in of S. K. Thompson Co,.
I h ill ntlei fur sale at public vviiiltlc at the weslerler
door of tin Court House. In the City ol ( airii,
County il AleXMtider und State of Illinois. o(1 1.
TIISTII DAY OF APIilL. A. D, 1ST!-,
nt II o'ooek a. m.. the following described property
towll: Lots numbered Ihlrtv one ;il i and thirl)'.
two :l.'). In block numbered lorly ellit i tsi, In the
eltj ol Cairo, county of Alexander and Slate of
Jlliuoli. heretofore levied upon by men the prop
erty oI FiIhiuiI I'. (Clsun, muter a writ of aitaeh
tn .'lit Issued nut of sal d Circuit Court at I he in,
slunceif suiil lUttenhoiisu k llro., ngulm-l suul s
K. 'I'linti ti'iiu . Co.
Diiiet tills 1Mb duv of March. A. I). Is7fl.
JOHN HoDOKs. Sheriff.
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CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
rtllOP ON TENTH 8TRKKT,
(between Washington and Walnut.)
Estimates on buildiiiKs, on losses by fire
or otherwise nuide on short notice.
ALL work Intrusted to him will receive prompt
attention, und wlU he executed lu a sat alactory
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OF ONE OF
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We will send one of our HEALTH HEBTOK
INU PADS to any Invalid atllieted with Liver
Complaint. CHILLS and FEVKlt, INDIOKS
TION. COSTIVKNESS, Nervou Ileadacir,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility and Impure Blood
If they will send us their avniptoms and ad
dre and ai'ree to aend u $g.ixl if It effect
a cure to their entire satisfaction, othetwlse
there, will be no charge. We will do this to cou
vluct the public of the superior value u a
And that they will do all we say As tbioff
will necessarily be limited lu number, we huoe
therefore, iu early application will be nade. Ad
a- cry Kespectfullr Your,
' DIt. (i. W.'KOKnK.S,
I"- Kim struct, Cincinnati, OhU,
Phylcian peak In Term of Praie lu faror of the
,, . . , '. Cincinnati. Juue at, m,
Having had Ksme considerable acqiialulanc. 1tb
the operutioa of the Pad. 1 can com ienciimW
recommend It as an excellent remedy in all the di
ease for whl.h Dr. Forbes coun-e lis ii.e.
DIt. J. II ALLOW ELL.
'.Til (itorgc Street, Clutiuuau.
What Rev. Joseph Emery, the well known t il)
Missionary, says :
... , , , Cincinnati. June 30. 1STI.
Having hud a long acquaintance Willi Dr Furlea
I urn tail'lled thut v. huti ver he reccimuienda he doe
so I'orwrleuciously. und will prove all they promise
- .' , , . "KV. JOSEPH EMKHT.
Extracts from a fsw- of the Manv Letter frequently
recHvert at the Office.
One avs:--"I reel ihui vour I'o'lslive saved mr
ITe Another .y:--Your I'ad'tia Just rea.he.1
my rase. It has entirely removed my costlee
orid consequent Sick Headache." Ai other rite,
"lour Pad attended strictly to business, md In
forty-eliiht hour I felt a well a ever '" Another
"l our Pad bus cured me of ilillioii.sues and a tor
pld Liver. I am better than I have been lu twenty
year" titlll another says;-! rave endured all lie
horrors crow Ing out of a torpid Liver and lv sp,.pi.
After usmg your pad ail these ills left m'e.'' Ou
more:-" I have used your Pails with perfectly .alls
tsjtory resul.s, aud cheerfully recoiuend Uifm to
Obtained for new inventions, or for Improvement
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all ca.e arising inder the patent Law, prompt
Iv attended to Inventions thut liav been
If V I VI 'T I'1 ) ,',"""t 0ln,: may atill.
1.IjI1Aj1 1 1 1 ,,, eaes. Jje patented bv
il. Being opposil. the C. H. Patifn Oenarttnrut.
aud engaged iu l'ai-ut business exclusively, we ran
make closer search.-, and secure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those wan
ure remote from v,ishiiie;tnn.
111 J WJlOyotir device; ws make ri
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American Narim al Hunk, to official. In the V. 8
I'uteut Office, ai 'I to Semitim and K.-pre.entatlvM
In CotiKress; ais, -pi i lallv to our client. U ner
State lu the t'liiou and in Canada. Address
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1M I'KUIAl, CUANI M.
"SFPEUIOI! NITIUTION TIIK I.IKE."
The (ireut Medieiiiiil Ym,
The Sulvutor For Invalids and the Aged. An In
eoinpiiriibel Ailment fortbetirowlh and I'rotec
Hon of lufuiils und Children. A Superior
Nutritive In Contltiiied Fever, und a
Reliable Ueniedlal Agent In all Discuses or (.
Stomach mid Intestines.
THIS justly culebruted Dihtktic Piil.eAiiATinN in
I lu coniposlllnn. principally th. (ii.i TUN derived
from the Wiiitk Wintkii Flint Wiikat Ckioul a
solid extrucl. the lnveiillii of ml eminent Chemist,
II has nut iinly been highly recommended, but err
Hlled to by ii large number of Chemlsi and Physi
cians representing a very lileh dcsriT or med'lral
selenee-iis Hie Sulci. Mos Aeceptublo and llelelf
hie Food for Ihelirow lh and Protection of Infant
and Children, and for Mnl hers lacking SulUclcnt
Noiiilshiiieul lur their (l-ning.
l iillke those piepiirullon mode fniltl nnltrat or
vinous matter, which are liable to stimulate the
brain ami Irrllute the digestive organ, Il cuihracis
In It elementary composition
That which makes strong Hone and Muscle. That
which make good Flesh und Blood. That which Is
cu'iy of Digest kill-never constipating. That which I
kind und friendly to the llruln. and that which actsa
n preventive of those Intustlnul Disorders luclden
till to Childhood.
And, while. Ii would he difficult to conceive of mv
thing In I'ood or Desert more creutnv aud delielmi'.,
or more nourlhlm' and strenglhenlng ns an ail
ment In Fever, Pulmonary Complaints, Dyspepsia
and (leneral Debility, its It v us Mkimcinai. Rxer.l,
linck In all Inikstinai, Diskasks, especially In
DjHeiiti rv, Chronic lilarrlui'ii iiml Clmcr Inlan
Has hceu lncoutestuhly I'ruveii,
Hold Wholes.l nni
in tii a
PRINCll'At, CITIES of Hi. UNITED HTATK J .
JOHN CABLE A bOMS. NEW YORK,