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-THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY . MORNING. APRIL 5. 1879.
NEW SERIES NO. 214.
,iyor -Henry WluUtr.
reaenfr - It. P. I'arkrr.
Vrk-J. U. 1'hlllin.
ouiiMttlor- Win. H. Gilbert,
nmlial--C. 1). Artur.
oiler; Ma(ruate -J. J. TSIrd.
HOAKU or AI.IIKK.HUN.
irat Waid-Goo. Yocr.iu, Wm. O'C'ulluhan
v.ond WrU Wood iiiticunounc, N . U. l'Utt
l. bird Ward - W. I. Wrie.bt, John Wood
ourth Ward -C'barlcn i. Caller, 1). J. Koley.
iflD Ward -T. W. Ilailiday, Chaa. I.au(.ater.
uruit ,ludj;i' ((. A. Ilarkcr
ireiiil Clerk J A. Kiwi en.
4Unty Jjilcu-K. H. Ynrom.
ounly Clerk H. J. Hum in.
uunty Attorney - W. ('. MiiI'.i-v.
unity Trcuunr-A. J. Alili n.
irriU J (ib M IIoJi;
i rouer- H. KiUL'era.i..
'antv CuuiuiiMioiirn - T W. Ilulouny. V V
wd. Samuel i'.r.k y.
rt.N.'lN M. t'm.rt! u;h nirwt. between
V 'all. 0.1 Hud Cedar .'.reoU; rvie -n Sabbath II
i. aijd T: j p. iu. ; M.:tjdu Pihuol 1 .M p m.
IKIs'TIAS ):i:;hti iiuh .'.reel; mcetm;; Sab
buy. 10 j i u. , pn w Ijinx u' aeloually.
II'ICCH OK TIIK IlKllKE.MKK-tKpiecopaO
ro'jrtctmh alrcel; Morulne pray urn (Hab'ialh)
0 I. in.; cluing prayert.?.lJ p. ru.; Sabbath
will ni. Ket Hi. J l)lllon Ux. HvVir.
IllST MISSION AliY IIAI'TIST ClIl'IK H.
'r i-Jiini; ui 10. W in.. 3 p. m.. nd :)' m
W.A m boo! at 7::J i. in. K -v. T. J. Shore.,
ITHKKVN Tbhii'"U!i ,trwt; aervici-a Nub
licit II a. la. irid 7:;m i. in.; Miiuluy a. hool Da
Kcv Uu'-rs.hmr. ns.tor
KT1IODIST ''or Ki,h!h nd Walnut .'.recta ;
I'li-.vblu" Striata !):) a. rn. ami 7 p.m.;
,it mee-tin;;. Weilii'.dm ') p m.; Sniilay
jul.Sp in K' . A 1' , Vlorrmoo. f a.lor
'KSHYTi:i:lAN Jlk-blli true I; presenilis; on
abbath a'. 1 1 :U0 a m and 7::p. m.; prayer
W ulnrkdav t 7: Wi. in ; Sunday School
p m. Kcv li I . iiturv. paelur
:'0M) ji:i:k v.ii.i. iiaitist mema
U'st. Ieleeii Wn i. tit &oJ I i liar fiw';
n Sa'jbMh at 2 and 7: v p m
'. J'lSill'H'S Jlounan I'albo'.Ki Corner (
ui VVKinut f'.ri'fU. K-ivii- HSUnth JO :.
hantiay hool a: S p in ; Vfir a P m.;
evi-ry day it Md iji
V I'ATKU'K H (ltjinan alholiC) Corni-r Ninth
tfrt ai.d Wkcb infill ttvviii'.v; nicn Sal
i is atd III a in ; Ycvm S p. m. : Suncia Vboxl
at ; M-nicva rry ' I'- r be!.
1. ' .
Til K MMLS.
KNKUAI. WEI.IVKKY oum . :
i tn. : -i- i il'i. : n to ') a. iu
in'f Drd. f Lhvar..u'lil "Di u
! 3. m. ; i oh'
) in , ,
iru;..:fi Cipii. Mm. v.a llrivii vntrl and
pi n!rai lls.i.-'Mii- . . IS - 'I
l'o)'a' Ii:a1 Ttiou-h jnd Way Ma:!
nl I !:'' I1 '' , ...
iy Mai! i l!",o.! (Vntrul. V.ro and m
and l "". :'d Vutral lis! road- riuw al
ir Sirro t.a-i; Kuiiro.d i'o'' al " J
:.") :r. 1 K tr.Kii!v lti
i can. (' .M jll J'li'l .. '
rlor al 1: )
mho ci'n ri:i:nv co.
1IIKK feiSl STATUS.
Konn1! M.noiri I.md'c Krntui.k) I.d'K
a in h:' m a '
i., n in '.') a m Jl n
p. ia '!" p m. -i V
4 o rn V p ni . P "i .
I.IJO A I'N.
.1,IN()!S ChMRAL R. K.
TI1.MS 1 KAVK ( .MHO i
I! p ni OaiW i
1:10pm Dally ;
. 4 -of am ... cxr.pt SutiJav
iiopr...... ..x.rpt Sauday !
i 'bt n:
AI!I.1 1. AT AIUI
I m 4."0a in... Daily
at. no p.m. . i-ti i-pl Sunday .
,..)H ":ina in....rarpl Monday
ihi ti:30 p.m cxci.'pt Sunday
J MKS JOHNSON'. Ocni ral Aci-nt. i
A1UO fe ST. LOUIS R. U.jxote Heads. 5 and 0 Round
11. V. .SMI TH KltH, Kx'MVir. j
OltTEST SHOUT LINE BET W KEN j
C.V11U) AND ST. LOCIS I
oui'h K.preaa leaven Cairo 10:(X1a.m. j
otiuh K .prenn arrive at K. St Louie. 6:4Up.m.
on.li liipn-.a leaven K. St. Uuin.... H:3.m.
oui'h Klprenn arrlven at( airn j.iop ru-
rpli'vnburoaccomniodailon leave. Cairo S lep m,
pb'vnboro Acc.iurivenatMuridnntxiro :r.p m.
rpbvnboni Arc. leaven Murpbynboro... ti:.Op iu.
rph'ynhoru Acv. arriven at Cairo M Kip tu.
he Cairo A Ht. I.onin Hall Koad U thn only all j
I lloote between Cairo and St. Uuln tinder one .
nn'-etneiit. tberelore there ar- no delayn at j
j .i.rlnn. uultln eonnectlnna from oilier llui'l. i
,ie and ure ronnertlonn al St Louln wltb other l
enfor Norlb, East HUtt went.
.NAVCLK. L. M.JOBVSON,
Aenl. (leneral Manager.
I Mil Vt! THK SHOKTKbT UOVTK TO
7 Mil THR SHOHTKST TO l.OtMS.
i jllljiV vil.t.K. CINCINNATI, UAL
MOUK ANU WASHINGTON.
I Mil Till" (SHORTEST TO INDIAN
V MllilV AI'01.IS,PIULAHKL1'H1A,NKW
HtK AND HOSTON
SIX HOURS SAYKD
n't tmiua or till other roitu niakltiR the ewiie
rafetiL'era bv oilier route to makn entitle
ma must rlilii all' liluht. wallinu fromoui' to nU
Mira at ainnll country ntullonn lor trains of con
lAf liM UliM?'1''1 FACT anil take our :Vi
WlVil'llV.U lirjlka. in, irnlii, midline Kvanc-
Uo, IndUmriiollK, Cincinnati nnd Lotilevlllo none
iv. Tml tin leave und arrive at Cniro un fullowa!
all leaven 4:i:iu.tn.
all arrlvco IliatDp.m.
Throunh lie.kein und rhecka lo nil Important
'! 'r'MIIJ.lilt nOHWKl.LMII.l.ER.
Ueil'l IV. A 'Tent, lietletaj Si'lp't.
L. II. CUVUCU, ra'ui(ur AK"Ut.
Corner TwelftJi Street.
Of all dwriptioiH to order at
To Order on Short Notifc,
i ff ij i 1(,in,l 1')p(smwl
l.V l l 1 lliuui I1' llllta a a. I ouuu
i;tl.i i ,
5 and 0 Ponnd
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envolopes. Tags, Omls.
V hit .1 and Golotvd
WIIOLRSALK WINKS AND MQIIOIW
Wboj.f nic and ItoUlI Hralcra In
Foit'in and Domestic Liquoi's
Wines of all . Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LKVEK.
MKS8KS. SMYTH A CO. have couMnully a larffi
flock of Uiu b't l'oimIk in Uia market aud (fivii
'Hclal attention to the wholeoulc brancli of Ibc
K. M.Ktorkfl. tb.
Stock flktu & Bitoss.
Suocoaotii to V. M. Hlockflclb.
I:iixt'tt'H anil Vholti:tl ttonlcrM in
Foreign and Doniostii-
LigUOlLS AND WINKS,
Hlilnc. Kelly Inland, Catawba. California and im
portod 1'urt, hhurry, Miidra Winra Hnd Cl.arn
NO. 63 OHIO LEVEE, CAIKO, ILL.
UOOTS AND SHOLS.
ilaiiofactaror and Dfalir in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
leather ind Iindinurs
No W Cumir.vrrial Ave. I!ft. fifth and sutb sm.
Kr.-p- ror'.anUv on band a lari'C acorlrr.'T,t of
i.lr ami I.adlm lloote and shorn of all rtyVp
&"d i 7.-. and ol the very lien of St I.ouIh "hi.i1
( iurii null liHiid made work; "old rbrnpir thmi
i it b'doP". uiid rhi-aper tbun like truodp can be t-tuin-n
iu tiii citv.
Aim. al wni n on hand a larire cmrk of leather and
! Kiudinc of all driwrlplion, col J wrv tlor-i-
i;V MKAT MAUKKT.
S'TIA M LJOATS.
hii'i of the Rufl'iiiu Head
No O..10 i
j KOKIlLCi: I'.UOS.. i'min-iotors.
A fa!' and rnnip'iti' anpuly of Ibc b(s! of all
kind, tiu-ut atys uu band. Ordt-ra tilled it au
hour, dar or uifbi
j AOOii WALTER.
IDt'alcr in Vresh Meat.
UftwfH-ii WiihiiiKt'. niul Com
jnr'i:l A v., uilioiuinR IIumiyH.
KUKPS for a!ctbe be-t Ile. f, Pork. Mutton, Yea'..
I.amb. Sauae, Ac. aud in prepared tu nerve
families In an acceptable manner.
I'HOI'IUETOK OF Sl'EOAT'S PATENT
Wholestale Doidoi- in Ice.
ICE BT THE CAR LOAD OIITON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o r F I C K ;
Cor. Twelfth Street und Levee,
NEW lifN SHOP.
II. K- INCE'
NEW QUiV SHOP,
Cor. Sixth St. and Commercial Avo..
CA.1KO. : : : ILLINOIS.
0'uns 1'LstoL-., Siil'eM nnd Locks Keiuiii iKl.
Keys Made to order.
C HOKK HOI'.INO ON llKf'.ACIl I.OAD1NH GUNS
. A'l work ntiarautifd untlsfactory, at cheaper rule
n iuca.i bo obtained nun other pUce tit Uo clt).
DUO I S Y.
I netur hall
Forcret the First Dose.
Dii. II. It. Htitkm:
Dunr Sir, - I lia: hiwn a pn at nifiVirr from drop
ny. 1 wa coiiflntd lo uiv liouf more tliiina yiiir.
Six month of tlirtiiini 1 wkh cmlri Iv Uulplcaa . I
waa ohllfd to hint two nuu lu'lp mi'in and out of
bed. I wi'ollen I'J IiicIr.h lar.'i-r than my natu
ral ir." around my aii. urlcri'd nil a man
rould and li. I tried all riom dun for dropav, I
bad three dll'.orunt du lorn. M friend all vt cl
od I would die; nuu uichtc I expected tn die lie
fore mumlng- At Ian ep tine wa hi nt to ine bv
a Iriciid. I never fbal! for-t Hk Dr-l dime. I roulil
reallr.e ItH jrood eBeca from ilav to duv; I waa eet
tlli( Ix'tter. After I bad tak.-n MomeiorC bottle
I could Hleep quite well niuht b'lran to Rain
now quite faat. Aft.-r Inking come ten hottlra, I
could walk from one Part of my room to the other.
My appetite wan uuod: thr dropsv hud at thi time,
disappeared. 1 kept thKluij the Vep tlue until I re
gained my unual bi-'ilib. I heurd of a Rreat many
enreii by UMlnjr Vepi'titeafter I iot out and a able
to ol I. -ml to my work I nt: u carpenter and hnilder.
1 will alno nay 11 ba i ur..d au aunt of my wife m of
Neuralgia, w ho bad .uttered for more than ') year.
She cay. bu hua Dot had any ucurali:iu for t-iht
niontha. I have "i.tii it to one of my children for
Canker Humor. I baie no doubt lu iny mind It
will cure any bilinor: it 1h a crenl cleaiiHer ol thf
blood; it ia fc n cue a child. I w ill recommend
it to the world. My fuilii r W i lb'y yar old, and
he fa, (In re l nolhini; like it to i;lve ctrentb and
life to an (;ed per-on I can not be too thankful
fur the u "e of It. I am. ierv (.'rat'fiill '.
Your.. IfnllN S NoTTAt'K.
All l)ihKA(.ri or Ui.oun.-ir emetine will relieve
pain. c1eutie. purify, und e ure ueh dineii.eH. re.tor
mi; the patient to perfect h'-iilth after tmn? differ
etit iih.v.'ciaiK. many rcniedien. and .tifferinir for
year. i It not i oiii:lii'ive proof, if you area niff'-rer,
vrni can be cured .' Whv la thin medicine perform
liii; hv.ch j;reatciire: U work" in the blood, iu the
circuLitiiii; Hu.il. It can truly be ended the Ureal
Illood I'nntler. The preat .nurcv of liineiiie' orinin
atea in the hieod ; and uo medicine that (Iiicm not
art directly uon it, tn purify and renovate. Iiin liny
!!!! e:aim upi u pubitc atteniHm.
I owe my Healtli
TO YOUR VAI.rARLK
Nktort. Kv.. Apr, 1ST1
Mu. U. II Sihvksh:
IVar Sir:- llii.pfttff!red ironi a brrakinc out of
Cankerous sore for more than five yearn, cmwd
by an nu'ldeiit of ufiaetun-d bone, w nieh frnrturM
ran Into a runiiinc wire, mid bavi" ued eervthing
1 could think of. and nothing helped me until I had
taken -ix imiiie. of your valuable mi dirine. which
Mr. Miin r trie apotfietary. reeomnieiiiti-d very high
ly. Tin' -iMh botile cun d me, and all I rn a if.
that I owe my h'-aith to your viluable Yefeiiue.
Your mo.t obedient M-rvant.
A1.IIKUT YoN liullDKl:.
It in ur.necf si-nry for in" to enumerate iheitia
eue for which the Vkoltink fhould be ti-ed. 1
know of no di-u-.- which will not admit of it life
wiih gorul reuli j Almo-t innilineiablecoiiipluiiil
are rmm-d by pol'oiioU' ii'Tretioin' iu the biood.
whi".hcau bee-ntirely e.vpeled from the i-y-tem by
the uc or the koctink wnentue moou ih per
fectly cleauced, the di-eu't- rapidly j iel'; all piiiin-ceaj-e;
healihv u'tion in promptly re.tored. and the
patient in cured "
Cured mo when the
( is issATi. ()., Apr. 10. is".
Mk. 11. K Sti-vkno:-
In-ar Sir: I was Berionl troubled with Kidney
Complaint lor a lotii: titue. 1 have counuited the
bel doclori in thi-city. 1 huve uned yourYKoE
tin B for thl" niseae. and !l ban cared me when the
doctor f.tilud to do no.
our. truly. Kli.N KST Dl Kit. AN
kenideiice. lc;l Knee Street;
I'laceof buninenn, :JT3 Cent. At-
V DX.KTIX K.
II. It. STEVENS. BOSTON. MASS.
Vorjetine is Sold I!y all Pru'ists,
a;KW YORK STORE,
WHOLKSALK AND KKTAIL
Larirt Variety Stock
IV THK CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSK
Cor. Nineteenth olivet and I P.i!i 111
Commercial Ave., i WH', 111.
C. O. PATIER cSc CO.
DYKING AVI) lUuXOVATlVti.
yOUR OLD CLOTHES
can nr nr.siTim.i.T
l)Vi:i) OK KEPAlItKD
At a Triflinj: Expense- C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELLEY, X0. U0 EIGHTH ST.
IIT Ladien and lenta" old halo made new
Drv Goods ami Clothiim
HOOTS AND SHOES.
(WhTHTS AND OILCLOTHS,
S'&il Cairo, 111.
MAKKKTS IIY TKLKORAl'II
Liviir.piKii,, April J, 2:W) r. . -Wheat
bteaily -Winter, Ss llil!N '.M; K'lrinp, 7n
81 ir,$i 2d; Citlifomiu ivera,'c. Sh 10il
9h 4l ; California club, flu ol(oVjS 8-1. Corn
new Is fjiUifl'ls Oil.
NEW YORK (IHAIN.
Nnw Vouk, April 4. 12:01 p.m.- Wheat
-quiet No. 2 Chicago, ft 041 00;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 OtW.l 07; Itc.l Win-t-r,
1 04(741 1BJj;No. 2 Hed Winter,
$1 LIHI 10; No. 2AmlM'r, $1 2i0tj,
1 li!. Corn ((uift Steamer, 44?': No. 3,
41 '., '. t-s No. 2. 4.-.4r?i.
( IIICWIO MIAIN AND HtODUCK.
CuiCAdo, April 4. 10 a. m. Fork
May, $10 10 .12;; June. $10 G2'.iC;
10 fl,V Com-May, UOlj; June, :W
Wheat April, fiO.'.i; May, frt'ijfoJM,.
Ciiic.MiO, April 4, 12:olJ y-Corn-April.
:!2; May, ;!,'.,. W'hcit -Aj.ril. 01;
May. I'CS'tfiM'-i ; June, !)7.'.j. I'ork -May,
10 (K-rlli .rr3; June. $1U 02'
CiiKAoo. April 4. 2:!!0 p. m. Wheat,
April, !t; May, Htjif Corn--May. oOij
:JGS ; June WW',C,. I'ork May,
$10 :J7.CilO 40; June, $10 oOOjlO 52'.;.
Special to the republican.
SpiiiNiiKiKii, 111., April 3. The senate ap
propriation committee thin evening agreed to
recommend the iippronriution of $34,000 to
liny additional land for the new wtale-house
$i;,t'iti0 fur the blind iit-ylum at Jackson
ville, and $3,000 each to James N. Wilon
and Thomas Penniwell who had arum shot
while t'rim; a salute for a "fraud army re
union at Decatur la-t fall. The $35,000
mid $225.(1(10 appropriation for the Chester
penitentiary were referred to a suli-rom.
mitte" of Riddle. Calon and Davis.
OKTTIV; D AV.N TO IH'SIS.SKSS.
The. house had a ((Uoruni to day, and after
the introduction of a few petitions and new
hills, this branch To!' the assembly went
.straight at work considering bills on sec
ond reading, and closed the forenoon ses
sion by the passage of a road and bridge
IirtlllKKY AND COUKI PTION.
Mr. B'.:rry from the spseial committee to
investigate the charges of the bribery and
corruption made against memlsTS of the
! house icported to the house this afternoon
I .i.. i." ,l- r v. r.,. ,.r it,,.
Lll.ll 1 i aim I.. , .ill.-?. , im .i..-jiwir iviiiii lilt
Chicago Tribune, who charged in that
paper that a member had lieen paid $1,500
to abandon u certain bill IxTore the general
assembly, and tetitied that a member told
him that another member had been paid
$1,500 to drop his lull, but refused to testify
to the committee w ho the member that gave
him this infoimalion was. The committee
ni-k the house to compel said Neviun to
give up this information, as it is necessary
to proceed with said invesntgation. The
report was read during a profound silence,
after which a resolution was offered by Mr.
Mason of Cook, directed the shaker to
summon Frank E. Nevins before the bar
of the house at 10 o'clock a. m. on April 4
(to-mormw), and answer Buch questions as
may be propounded to him. or sta nd com
mitted as in contempt of this house.
' the beginning and the length
I OF THE TERMS FOR WHICH
! TEACHERS MAY BP. EMPLOYED
TO TEACH. LIMITED.
DkI'.VKTMKNT (!' PCBIJC ISMUCTION, (
SiMiiNOKM.i.t), h.i. March 10,
The iitteutiiiu of all school otlicers and
teachers is invited to the following opinion
recently given by the Supreme Court of
Nathaniel A. Stephenson v. School Di-
l rectors of District No. 1, T. JH, X. It.
1. School Teacher must prove his right
to teach lo eutitle a school teacher to re
cover under a contract to teach, in a case
where the directors refuse to allow him to
teach, ho must prove or offer to prove the
possession of a certificate, authorizing him
to teach at the time of his employment.
2. School Law directors cannot cm
ploy teacher to commence after current
year School directors have no power to
make contracts for the employment of
teachers for terms to commence beyond the
expiration of the current uchool year, but
they may make a contract for teaching a
term extending a reasonable time beyond
the current school year, when made in good
faith aud not for the purpose of forcing on
the district tin unsatisfactory teacher.
!). Same-powers of ' directors The
powers of school directors arc limited to
those expressly granted, or such its result
by necessary' iinplieaticntioti from (hose
The forgoing opinion settles two very im
(sulaiit points concerning the employment
The first is iu effect that all contracts
with teachers for terms of school to begin
after the annual election in April, should
not be made prior to that election. Of
course it must not be inferred that a board
of education cannot make contracts with
tholr teachers tit any time subsequent tf tho
nnuual election for the usual school , year,,
even though it extends beyond the. fint'of
April; not that a Ixiard of directors cauuot
make a contract for the customary term of
school, lieginning in the fall and often con
tinuing till the next summer.
The second point is of perhapi equal in
terest, particularly to teachers:
The school law provides that the teacher
must have a legal certificate when he make
his contact with tin: directors; and when
the directors certify the teacher's schedule,
they must statu that he has such a certifi
cate. This decision, however, declares that
unless the' teacher at the time of making
his contract has a certificate entitling hitn
to teach for tin; entires term of the contract,
the contract is a nullity.
I am aware that the usage which haa pre
vailed with regard to these matters has, in
many places, not been in accordance with
the law set forth in this decision. But now
that the law haa been clearly stated by the
Supreme Court, till interested will do well
to govern themselves accordingly.
James P. Si.adk,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
OUR DEA D SOLDIERS EVERYWHERE.
It is probably generally rememberwl
that some years ago in 1873 congress
passed at law providing for the erection of
durable headstones over the graves of
soldiers of the regular and volunteer
forces of the United States whose remains
are interred in the National Military Cem
eteries. This law has been carried out,
and the graves ot the nation's dead in these
cenictaries are now permanently marked.
At the instance of the war department, cou
gress has recently authorized the erection
of similar headstones over the graves of the
Union soldiers who are buried in private
and village cemeteries. This will bo done
as soon as the uecessary arrangements can
Is: made. In the meantime the quarter
master, at Washington, will at once proceed
to collect the necessary information as tu
where these headstones are require!.
Ail persons having any knowledged of
the burial places of soldiers in private cem
eteries whose graves are not marked, arc re
qucHted to commutiicate the fact to the
IJuartcrniaster Genera!, and give regiment,
company, and date of death of deceased, if
known. Similar information is desiretl
from parries in charge of such cemeteries.
Of course it is not intended to f urn inn
headstones fur graves over which uionti
ments have already been erected by rela
tives or friends of the deceased.
F(KU) lt.i, Dior.sTK.i) imperfectly norishes
the system, since it is only partially assim
ilated by the blood. Pale, haggard mor
tals, with despeptic stomachs, impoverish
ed circulation and weak n"rves, experience
a marked and rapid improvement in their
pliysicial condition by availing themselves
of that sure resource ol the sick and debili
tated, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. This
genial tonic nnd alterative lends an impe
tus to the procesoes of digestion which in
sures an adequate development of the ma
terials for blood, fiber, and muscular tissue.
Moreover, it soothes and strengthens over
wrought or weak nerves, counteracts a pen
dency to hypochondria or dispondency, to
which dispeptic and billious persous arc
Hsruliarly liable, and is an agreeable and
wholesome appetizer and promoter of re
pose. The infirmities of age, and of deli
cate female constitutions, are gently reliev
ed by it; and it Is a reliable preventive of,
and remedy for, malarial fevers.
Thk Mrxican Doi.uk. What is the
difference between the Mexican dollar and
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment? One
dis s what it promises and the other doesn't.
The Mexican dollar says, "I am one hun
dred cents;" but when yon come to invest it
you find it is only eighty-five. Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment says, "I will enre
you of Piles;" and upon trial it is found to
do so in every case. It makes but one
promise to cure Piles; and doe") so without
failure. Price o0 cents a bottle. For salt!
by Barclay Bros.
COCSRK.VS' COMIMI ND IIONKYOF TaK his
been so long aud favorably known that it
needs no encomium. For roughs, colds,
sore throat, Liiarseness.etc, it affords speedy
relief, and is a most pleasant Hnd etlicacions
remedy, honey and tar being two of ius in
gredients. The skill of tint chemist and
the knowledge ot a physician were united
in its -preparation, the result being ti com
pouud which is the favorite remedy in thL
severe climate, and has no equal as a cure
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, bronchitis
croup, etc., Uso CcusHcns' Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents. For sale by Barclay Brot.
A. Hallhy, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention te Lit
large and varied stock of tinware, stovw,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook i-tore
are among the latest und beat patterns ami
are not excelled us bakers by anything ia
the market ; they are of thq heaviest luaka
and will lust longer ami use less fuel than
e,ny other. Sold so clono as to make it nu
object to call ami examine. Breech load
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc, w1
everything else low to suit tho time.
Qvkuy. Why w ill men smoke common
tobacco they can buy Marburg Rro'i
"Seal cC North CaroUmt" at the sama price I