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(THE DAILY CAIRO
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL C. 1379.
NE)V SERIES-NO. 215.
i OmCIAL DIRKCTORY.
yor Hcn'jr Winter.
;aurer-li. 1'. Parker.
rk-.l. IJ. Phllli.
nRliir-Wtii. I!, Ciilbert.
mlml 0. D. ArtiT.
orney -W. IJ. ,M Of.
lr XlmrltttrMtA J J IlliS
11(1111) fir ALllKKHIN.
irt Ward --lieu. Voi um, Win. O'Callitlnn.
:ani Ward -Wood Uiitctitjuunu, N. IS. 'J'bl.tle
i, ird Ward W. P. Wright. John Wood,
mh Ward -Churle. o. I'atier, P. J. Kolcjr.
lb Ward- T. W. Jlalliday, Chaa. Lancaster
roll Jnit ). A. Ilurkcr.
cull Clerk J. A. K.-kto.
nly Jud;!- It. S. Yociim.
Inly Clerk --H. J. Ilumm.
ilaty Attorn. r-'-W. :. Atullier
tinly Treasurer- A.J Allien.
riff -John Hode.
ruucr- K. Knave. '.(..
Uiity C'iiumi.;oiier -? W.
i. Samuel liriloy.
Hallldar. U. V
'ItlCAN V. K -- fourteenth .tr.et, between
W. ant and Cdr etr i; .rrvn-e. Sahbftlb. 11
and 7 :.!d p. m ; huudiy hrhool l.Wp. in.
RIHTIAX - Kilil.en:li .lre.-t; meeting flab
iaih !J V)p. m.; prea Inns occaionaliy.
MICH OP Tlllt KKDKKMKK -iKpl.rnpa!)
lourU:alh .Ueet: MorcliiK prayer, thabhalhj
la in.; eniuj prayer. 7::W p. m. ; Sabbath
all, ia. lle.v St J Dillon I.ec. Rector.
IUT HUSSION A li" ItAI'TIsT ('II f RCII.
rtacalajal 14 . ui..S . m., ai;d T:: p. m.
oik aciitwl al 7.30 p iu Rot. T. J. i-bor,
miKKAN - Tameenta itrwf, .crvic Fab
balk II a in. and 7:'i p. m ; Sunday .cbooi a.
Iter, llai-mrhn-r, uaalor.
KTllODDiT Cor Kl-V.h and Walnut .trert;
rVicbiaj Sabbath WW a m. and 7 p.m.:
ia.Hing, Wedu'.daT 7:K p. m.: Sunday
tol, I p mi. llcv. A. 1'. Alorrixon, pailor.
'.K.-iBYTKKI AS Kitfhth .ir-et: preaihinK on
.abbaik al ll:u a. m. and 7::lop. m ; prayer
U Weiwlj i 7:Jp. m.; Sunday bcboul
f.m. Uri. li. V Uoirjje. pator
COST) H'.KKWII.I. 11UTIST - Pifi-eith
iti". b'tween Walnut and Cedar lrecU; rcr-
. JUSKPU' (Roman Calbo'.tci Corner Cm..
1.1 faiaut ntr-eta, ..rvic. Sbbath 1(1 Wi.
aaaday Brba il at i p m .; Ve.per. i p. 111. ; r
i every day at p. rn.
. I'ATIUOK'H Itoman Cathu'.Sc) Corner Ninth
AifK and WaAbinijt'in aveuu; f.rtitu Sab
1 1 aai III a ; V.p.-r 5 p m.; Xondai Sb"-'-
; afrticn eyvy day a'. 8 p m. l'.r. r . .at-e.,
T1IH MA MX
KMKItAI. 1)KI.1VKI: opi-n . : ) a. m.; clof.
p m.; hnsday : t to H a. ra
oa'y Onl'T lK partment uv'n at 8am; tiir
KioroK. Maiia via I'.liiioi. ve'.tl k
n-ia-ji tnlrl Uti'.Ma.i -to at 1J. p. n.
11 ro d1 Poplar Illal Tbrou-b anj V uj Mai!
u. 1 ,r. I.'.inom i.vntml. Cal'o aid to
il m and Mi.-ippl Cvnira! IUiirl clue at
Hi u r,. (ixuir I'.at'road rioc at S
. ro.nl Knl liiir !'.Jt-r l'.i.m-. a! :
a dai.y (cir-pt I'ndayl
Aiuo cn fi:uuv ro.
jk.v.'s ur.nt i.rvr.
atKourtbat Moouri Laad't- Ktt.tuckyl.d t.
1 1, n f.:;w tn. S a ro.
!U a m. 10 M m 11
p.n. ::W p ni. S P- m
4t rn. .:?. P.J; J? Jl'
hlil.vi a; 1 u.vi- ii. it.
. , n -tfk
W. at Atii:
TKAtNH 1.KAVK CA1H"
j pre.' at
re.icht at. .
11 :1i p m
IIO p m
4:i) a m
. except Sunday
. except Suuduy
... . 5'i) p.m.. ..
AltlUVK AT ( AIUO
4:nO a.m. . .
.... a:l p.m.. eieepi uny
H lOa m....eviept Monday
' "' 6:10 p m ....except Sunday
JAMKH JOHNSON'. General Ap'nt. j
1AIR0 it ST. EOUIS R. R.jxote Heads. 5 and 0 Round'1
Tii Mil ill"
H. W. H.MITIIKK8. K-H ivT.
IHOIVrEST 8II0HT LINE BETWEEN
CAII10 AND ST. LOUIS.
.'hroncliFxprca. leave Cairo 10 : m I
rou-U K.xprc. arrive, at K. St l.oul... p.m.
ri,r..ShKxpre. leave. K. st. Lou...... H M ..n .
rhroiiSh Kxpriw arrive, at Cairo......... 5. Jpm.
Miirpliv.boroaccommodatlon leave.l alro i sp.ra.
Miirpliy.boro Ace. leave. Murphy.boro .. h:M n . .
Murphynhoro Acc. arrive, al Cairo U & V al-
The Cairo & HI. Lonl- Rail Road 1 tho only all
rUll Houto between Cairo aud St. Loul. under one
Hi'anaKuniont. tbereforo there ar no d.dav nt
11 ueu for North, Kunt and c.
QAIRO tt VINCENNES R.,R.
PI WHlNS'TnB SHORTEST ROITR TO
il Iff I LV1 TIIR SHORTEST TO LOUIS
47 SI l LLS VI U.K. CINCINNATI, BAL
.TIMORK AND WASHINGTON,
ni ll l r l.itf TI1K SHORTEST TO INDIAN
VOKK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
liver (rain of all oilier route making to llme
Iflr Pnn.etii'nra by other rnut to mokit r.otinn'
tlon. ttiui't rhlt nil iil;bt, valllnK from one to l
hunt. M .mall rniintry .lallon. fur trnlui uf con
1V ir1 ltirTTHKPACTnndUkr(mf4:
j V I i il 1 i iM I I I W , XtllUti nwr-Mni. Kvann
vllta, 1H(,trirttoMp, fliirlimittl atitl Iionl.vlUu amo
day. Tmlii (eats und irh nl Calm a follow:
Throuich ikkuia' and iiic,Ua"tt ail Important
t T'HIM RR RUfl WELL MILLER.
Ue.i I I'aa. Aront. tlenernl Sop t.
uB-ciiiiauii, rMwuKw Agtmt,
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. lUIIiNETT, Rrohriktor.
Of all descriptions to order at
To OrdtT on Short Notice.
IUI LED B AIMIK.
Letter Heads. Hi and 12 Pound!
Rill Heads. Hand 10 Round
5 and C Pound
10 Pound I
ALL FIllST-rLASiS PAI'EK.
Envelopes, Tags, Tards,
White and Color, d
WHOLESALE WINES AM) LigtOIlS
Wholi'xule and ItcUll Dealer. In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines oi all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LKVF.i:.
MEKSK9. HMYTH CO. have i-onMantly a lari?f
.tork of tilt! bent good iu tba market aud (rive
e.peclal alU'iilion to tbo wbok.ule branch f the
K. U. Stofkflctli. Eredolln Brow.
Stockflktii & Buoss.
Sucum.ori to F. M. Htockflclh,
importer iul "WholHMlo enlTMiii
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINKS,
Rhine. K.'.ly I. land, Calawba, California and im
ported l'ort. SLerrr. Uedura W uiei aud 1 ham
pi;nri. NO. C2 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
Hoots and mrux
Vtnufirtsrcr and Dealer id
BOOTS AND SHOES,
.Leather and IVindins
No l( imrnrr ial Ate , Bn. Fifth and Ruth Ma
Keep, rtn !r.t'.y on hand a larpe aor'nient of
iietite a.,il l.udien Pout, an I thwn of all .ty'i-.
a d '.d of the ?ery bet of St Louia and
t iik iui a.i ilnnd rr.bde work; mid rbeaper tbnn
ex r befi.re. and rbeaper II. al) like food, can bt ab
tained iu u lily.
A. i. i.iHuyn 011 band a larpe .took of Ueatberand
Kindiuii of all Uerrrlptiou, eoli verv iliife
aKY MKAT MARKET.
S en "I !hu PuSalo Head
I Num. tilai. 1
KOKIILF.i: I!i:0S.. I'roir ict(irs.
A fa!! and roinpl. te tnrply of the b": uf all
klnda meat always on baud. Order nlli d ul auy
hour, div or nilit.
J ACOH WALTElt.
Detiler in h'rosli Meat.
n-v-. w.hinon w i ,.
liK'i'iirvl A v., rutinming IIiinuj-M.
I J'KEps for lalethe bent Bet f. Pork. Mutton. Veal.
1 l.am'j, Sii!i.ai:e, & uud i. prepared toferve
, fiin llie. iu an acceptable mnuuer.
I'UOI'IiUToit OF SPKOAT'S PATENT
Rkfkkjkratdi; ( - ars.
V 1 iolosa It.4 1 )e;lUM
ICE HY THE CAK LOAD OUTON. WELL
PACKED FOIt SHIPPINCi.
Car lioads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
NEW (UN SHOP.
f E. INCH,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Cor. Sixth St. und Conimi'ri-lul Aw..
CA1UO. ! : : 1M.INOIH.
Ouhii, Pistols, SiiI'ph and LooUk Ut'imlrptl.
ht-js .MaUc to orucr.
C1IUKR BOIUNO ON nitB ACTT LOADINO 0UN8
All work rottrsntwd allfurlory. Uhapr rU'
aKaa li outkiiaii al au; ota.t ytur in ui city
I) R 0 V S Y.
I never .ball
Forget the First Dose.
Drt. H. K. KTBvrNt:-
Ucur hir.- 1 nuit' neena fnul KUfferer from drop-
.y. 1 wax connneo 10 my liuime more tliiin u veur.
Six miililbf 01 Ilie lime 1 wuh emir, In hU-mk I
waK obliged to have t0 men help n,e in uiol out of
bed. I a iiwolleu Hi Incut; larger Hum my ualil
rul ei. around my wiiiii. 1 Hniiereii all a man
could and live. 1 tried ull remeilieK fur dron'v, I
nao iiireu umncui ii'iora. .i 1 irienun 1111 exo.-ct-
d I WOllld llle; IIIHUV lilelitu I ,..,., (i d m .1... I..-
for! moruinc. Al lu.i : Veyt tine wuh tent to me by
a Irleiid. 1 never hii;l foru'l.l the llrnt tloee. I could
reull.ii Itn good t-fleo friiiu day to tliiv; I m i!tt
tlni; better. After 1 bad taken KimieDorti hoi Ilea
1 t.ouid Hieep quue ell nlhtd. I b-giiu to culli
now quite faxl After tukiui; K,nie ten bottien. I
could walk from oue i.irt ul my room to the other.
My appetite n 'oid; the dropur hud at tblK time
disappeared. 1 kept taLiuj ibe Vejretiue until 1 re
Kalbed my udiial be.ilih. 1 beard of a great many
cure, by uhIuk Vep'tiue after 1 put out ami win able
to attend to my work. I am a carpenter und builder.
I will hIm) my it Li cured an auut of luy w ile, 11 of
Nenralclu, wuo bad niniered for more than '20 yearf.
She mj .be ha. 1101 bad any neuru'.ia for eiubt
mouth. I have civen it to one of my children for
(anker Humor. 1 b.ve no doubt in my mind it
wlil cure any humor; It I. a ureiit rleaiiM-r of the
blood; it i. cafe to five a child. I will recommend
It to llie world. My failn r i eipb'y year. old. uud
he .a; III' re . iiol'bin I'ke il to Kive .trepf;tb mid
life to an m;ed pcr.on. 1 rau not be too limukful
fur lliH line ol it. I arn, verv crutefullr.
Your., Jt'lIN s. StilTAwK.
All 1ika!.h or Bi.oou.-Jf Vi-treiinv will relieve
fain. ciean.e, purify, and cure auch lii.ea-en. re. lor
ilia, the patient to perfect health alt( r tryinu tlitler
enl pby.ic.au., many reniedie. , and aufferiui! lor
year., i. it not cotitlii.ive proof, if yon are a .utlerer,
hu can be cured i Why t tin medicine tit rforni
ini! .uch treat cure.? It work, in the blood. 111 the
circulatiiij! fluid. It can truly be culled the Ureal
Blood i'uniler. The preat .on'ree of tli.ea.e ri:iii
ale. iu the blood; and 110 medicine that doe. not
art directly upon it. to purify and renoale. ha. auy
juat c airn upou public, attention.
I owe my Health
TO YOUR VALUARLK
Newmikt, Ki.. Apr. 'JO, leTV.
Mb. H. II f-ifvrMi:
pear Sir: Havit g .offered from a breukinp out of
Lankeron. Sore. tr more tnun live veur., t aun d
bv an accident of a fractured bone, which fnirlure
ran into a runniuj; .ore, and huvr u.i-d everv thiug
1 coma minx ui, auu nomiui; ueipcu me uu;u 1 nuu
taken .it bottle, uf your valuable medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the apotherarv, recommended very biL'b-
Ir. The filth bottle cured me. and ail I I'tn .ay 1.,
tbnt I owe my besith to your valuable epetine.
Your mo.r nbedient .erxant.
AI.BKUT VON UuKIlKi:.
It I. unnere:.ry for me to cnnmrte thedi.
ene for whieii UieVeoKTisK .hould be ucd. I
know of no dieake Hhich will not admit of it. n.e
with pood re. ult Aluio.t innumerHblecomplaim.
are caused bv poi. niou. .ecretiou. In the blood.
whl"h can be entirely expcled from the .ytein by
tne n.e 01 the koktis t . NMien tlie Wood 1. tier
fecl'.y cleati'ed. the tli.ea.f rajdilly eld.; all pulu.
cea.e; healthy a' tlnu i. promptly rc.tored. and Ibe
patient 1. cured
Cnrcd iue w hen the
Cim i s ati, O.. Apr IV
Mn. 11. K. riTk kn.: -
Dear Sir: -I wii. .erion.lv trouble d with Kidnev
Coiuplalnt for a 1 ne time. I have consulted tbc
ben doctor, in thi.citr ( have O'cd vourViiot
tivk for thi. (i-.ea.e, and it ha cnicd me when th
iloctor. faib'd to do .0
Vour. truly. ERNEST Dl'IMdAN.
I.idencf. dJI Hire Street;
Plaueof bii.lniita. nrj l eut. Ave
II. II. STEVENS. HOSTON. MASS.
Vcffctiiic is Sold I5y till Druysji.-ts,
XEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Largest Variety Stock
IN TflK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth ureet und i
' t ol'iini rciul Am-.. ('
C. O. PATJKIi CO.
IiYKINU AMI IIENOVATINC.
yollt OLD CLOTHES
i UN hn iinfTinu.v
l)Vi:i) OK RKI'AIKHL)
At n Teiflinjc Kiperiif C. 0. lb
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. ilO EIGHTH ST.
Itr I.idle and dent.' old hat made new
C. I I AN N Y,
Wholcfiili ind Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
H00T8 AND SHOES.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Krjm our Rei'uliir Corre.pnudenl.
W.siii.N(iTos, April 2, 1 y TJ.
JIow Iomk the prtsrnt iliscussimi on tho
nnny bill in thn house- will ornithine is u
mutter oi doubt. It is (li'veloiiii,' political
Hii-cullcl, for both niilcn, if w nuiy be
lieve tho lumlers who direct campaigns nnJ
order eiimpaign ilur.iiments. Many thou
Hand Kpeeehe." have rdreadv lieeu ordered
for circulation by both parties, and tho
promise i that the country will be flooded
by political literature thin year as it never
has been before in an "olf year." Those
most conhpicuouKly represented in these
documents are Uluine, Wimloni, Chandler,
Hoar, Conklin-, Edmunds, Frye, Garfield
nnd IMfmd, on the Hepublican Hide, and
Kayard, Yoorheen, Hill, Thurman, Hun,
Tucker, (,'halmerH, und Stephens on the
Democratic hide, witli an indefinite prospect
of increasing the list. It will be seen that
tin's list includes several very conspicuous
presidential tandidates, notably, Main?,
Windom, Conklin', Tliiirman and Euyard
Windom i siifiposed to hare ulruck a
placer of political wealth in his scheme to
migrate the, negroes who urn di.ssatisfled
with their lot in the South, nnd his presi-
l-ntial itork is at p,tr in conse(Uencc. I
Bhould not be understood as savin" that all
those of this list ore. not presidential cand
idates-, because that would be unsafe
nowadays when candidates are multiplying
with the mouths, There is plenty of ffood
presidential timber in both parties in the
present congress, and no efforts will be
spared to devclope it.
The senate yesterday passed the first act
of the esnion after two week.- ot talk upon
political matters. It wns the bill authoriz
ing the secretary rf the treasury to contract
for the purchase of a vessel to apply Prof.
(.! amice's process of disinfection as against
yellow fever and other diseases imported in
vessels from abroad. 1 have explained this
plan in former letters. It hasbeenthe sub
ject of experiment by government officers
and is pronounced a success. The danger
of the early return of yellow fever has
hastened action, and it is supposed that -n
vessel can be prepared before July and
placed upon the water at the mouth of the
Mississippi or at Mobile. The amount ap
propriated for the purpose is if "200,000.
The etar of this city ma kes a serious
charge auainst fleneral Garfield, in effect
that he held back his speech made in the
house, the other day, and revised it at the
instance of his Republican friends. It as
serts that, as spoken, he praised the heroic
conduct of the confederate officers in going
to war as compared with their present
course; that sour; of the Republicans was
dissatisfied with this, one ol them threaten
ing to denounce it on the tloor as unrepub
lican and hayesy, and that Garfield there
upon agreed to revise that part of his effort.
It has caused a good deal of comment here
among all parties as an example of the
waning popularity of the "Ohio idee" in
general and conciliation in particular.
A good deal of excitement has been
caused in the interior department by the
rirnnnunl ri'tlni'twin nf tl.o f.Wrt-u u.tl'ii.!,,
. ' " . , , ' , ' I
about l'J ner cent tor three luont w. Sonic1
of the clerks propose to take legal advice,
holding the ground that they cannot be re
duced except by net of congress. They
must receive the established pay or be dis
charged. A good many ugly remarks are
indulged in, and the inquiry is upon every
body's lips, win ther the secretary of the
commissioners propose to reduce their sal
aries as well as those of their subordinates.
The Democrats in the senate find it difii
cult to icsist any longer the effort to oust
the subordinate officials. There are 20 candi
dates at least for every place lit the secre
tary's oflico, and they are clamorous for the
salaries. It is likely that t!ie distribution
will lake place in a few days, but some of
the old clerks will have to be retained for
some time in order to fainiliarize the new
ones with their duties.
A serious complaint has been made to
the State Department by American citizens
having correspondents in Germany, namely,
that Ilismarck has established an csponiagc
on the mails so strick that all matters, for
eign or domestic, beaiiug agaiust his gov
ernment is abstracted and not allowed to
reach 'its destination. An invesligation is
to be set on Toot at once and if the charges
are true, our government will niaku strong
protest against such a system us an outrage
upon international law Ritd seriously lifted
ing tho relations of two great nations.
Food III Diiirktud imperfectly notishes
the system, since it is only partially assim
ilated by tho blood. Pale, haggard mor
tals, with duspeptic utomachs, impoverish
ed circulation und wruk nerves, experience
a marked and rapid improvement in their
physical condition by retailing thcmaelTea
of that uro resource, ot tbet'ick tod debili
tated, Hoatettcr'a Stomach Bitten. Tfcia
genial tonic nnd alterative lends nu impe
tus to the processes of digestion which in
sures an adequate development of tho ma
terials for blood, fiber, and muscular tissue.
Moreover, it soothes and strengthena. orer
wroiighl or weak nerves, counteracts a ;ten
deney to hypochondria or dispondency, to
which ilispeptic und billious persons are
peculiarly liable, and is an agreeablo nut
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.
A. IIaixiiv, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to hi
large and varied stock of tinware, stovaa.
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook ito?i
are among the lutest and best patterns aatl
(ini not excelled as bakers by anything ia
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and w ill last longer and use less fuel tuaa
any other. Hold so close m to make it aa
object to call and examine. Isreech bal
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle cte., aat
everything else low to puit the timea.
IMPORTANT TO MEAT CO.VSUJJHBJ.
M. E. McCammon, of Metropolis, ha
just opened a first-cluss butcher shop at tfca
corner of Nineteenth and Poplar stree,
where you can buy the best beef iu tha
market for 8 cents per pound, C. O. I.
Pork, fi1.! cents; bacon, 8 cents; sausage,
three pounds for 25 cents. AU aro invite
to call and gin; him atrial. Meat deltvcreJ
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Qcehv. Why will men smoKo comma
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Dr"a
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same prioet
Fish iso Tackle For professional or
umeteur fishermen. C. W. Henderson haa
on hand the largest stock and greatest van
ety of fish hooks, fibh lines, reels, rrxla,
fiies, etc.. etc., ever brought to this market,
all selling at "rock bottom prices." Alsa a
immense stock of pistols at the loweat
prices way down !
Tks Cksth Worth. If you want a neai
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashiouabl
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else ia
the tousorial line, remember the place
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Loiuu-Aius Tin Tag smoking tobaceo
in eighth, fourth, half and pound package.
Also Lorillnrd's N'ckle Nuggets and Diate
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeyer's at fac
Esvixoi-s printed at thcHru.KTiK office,
$1.00 per M. Envelops furnished at St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the nextoO
Tirosic is kked of a good set of Artificial
Teeth, and desire satisfaction, can get the
by calling upon Dr. W. C. Jocelyn.on Eighth
The Mkxicas Dollar. What ia the
difference between the Mexican dollar tni
Tabler's Iluckeye Pile Ointment! Oae
does what it promises and the other doean't.
The Mexicau dollar says, "I am one hua
dred cents;" but when you come to invest it
you find it is only eighty-five. Tabler'a
Hutkeye Pile Ointment says, "I will care
you of Piles;" and upon trial it is found ta
do so in every case. It makes but oae
promiso to cure Piles; and does so witboar
failure. Price 50 cents a bottle. For sale
by Hurclav Hroa
CorssKNs' Compound Honey of Tar his
been so long and favorably known that it
needs no encomium. For coughs, colds,
sore throat, hoarseness,etc, it affords speed?
relief, und is a most pleasant and efficacious
remedy, honey and tar being two of its in
gredients, The skill of the chemist and
the knowledge ot a physician were united
in its preparation, the result being a com
pound w hich is the favorite remedy in this
severe climate, and has no equal as a cure
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, bronchiti
croup, etc., I'se Caissons' Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents. For sale by Itarolny Ilros.
You Mint Cuiik that Ci;;ii .--Witlj
Shiloh's Consumption Cure von can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can he cured, w hile for Cough
Hrunchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lung", it Is alo
lntely without an equal, Two doses will re
Heve, your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, und no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottlo
and if what we say is not true we will re
fund tho price paid. Price 10 ck. 50cts.
and 1 1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Harclay Urothcrs.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, I,os of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail ,to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed t
relieve you, nnd will jou continue to suffer
when you can bo cured on such terms a
these. Price 10 cent, and 73 cents. Sold by
Dare by Brothers.
Wkll'h Persian IVrtume "Iliicknietack'
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Itaixlay
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