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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORXINd, APJUL , 1870.
NEW SEIUi:S-NO. 217.
Mayor -Henry Winter.
Treaaurer- Jl. K. Parker.
Clerk-.), li. Phllli.
.'ounlor-Win. li. Ollbcr'..
Marshal - C. I). Arler.
Attorney - W. O,. Mctice.
J'olicn MaiHlrate - J. .1. Hlrd.
BOA Kf lit ALIIKHMKK.
Klrt Ward 1.m. Yocum. Win. 0 Cullahan.
.Second Ward-Wuod Kittenhouac, N. 11. TtiiMli-
Third Ward W P. WrL-ht. John Wood.
Fourth Ward -Charl-a O. Patlcr, 1). ). Foley,
fillh Ward T W. Ilalllday, Cba. I.uma.ti r.
circuit Judp 0. A. lUrU-r.
Clrcalt Cleric J. A. K'-u(i.
County J udie-R. S. Yixuru
County Clerk-N. J. lliimtn.
ounly Attorn- W. (,'. Mu'lev.
Cuunly TrniuturiT -A. J. Alden.
Nlierilf John Undue.
I Hriiiit!r It. Kil.iTH.i..
County Commti.:oi.c; T W. Ilai:!ilay. M Y
HrowD. Samuel lirlley.
A Kl! ICA N
K. Kim'lwiilh ptn--t. between
i Walnut and (Ydar Mrei-n: n rvt Sabbath 11
(Ydar -:r''i'i; crvlre halibi
m. and ":. p. ra. ; Sunday Si.uool 1 :.M p. ui.
(lllUISTf AM Ki((ii.i-ntli Ntru-t ; meeting Sab
v iiHu lu: Up. ui., pn w.lilng occ annually.
MICKril OK TIIK REDEEMER-Kplaroral
Vv Fourteenth lr;t; Mornlii prayer (Sabbath)
10) a. iu ; cveidn:; prayer. T :'W p. m.: Sabbntu
wLoul a. m. Ret. St. J. Dillon Lee. Rector.
J MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST C1H RCII -Ppa.
Mm; at 10.10 a m.. :i p m.. and T:.i p m.
flabbalb Uool at 7 p tti. Rev. T. J. Shore,
IUTllKRAN-Tiilrb-enth iti-et; r.rvirc Sab
J lia'U 11 a. ra. aDrt7: p m ; Sunday ncbool Da
. Rc iJuer. hnr. Diator.
MET.'IUDIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut uretta;
Preaching Sabbath It);) a. m. and T p. ni.;
rayur meeting, Wednendar T:l p. in.: Sunday
School, 1 p id. Rev. A. I' Morrion. pador
1P.KSIYTER1AN Kitrbtb atr-et: preaeliMiz on
Sabbath at II I) a. in and 7:;) p. m.; prawr
BiO'-tliiit Wrduradar at T:SQp. in.: Sunday School
at 3 p. si K. I!. V. Ocorjje, parlor.
CKi'ONU FREEWILL BAPTIST - Kiftcet til
O alrv't. between Walnut and Cedar nrwt; ar
lc Sibbatb al 3 and 7. p nt.
ST. JijsKPH S Woman Catb!ln Corner Croix
and Walnut atrwta; M'ryi- Sabbath 10 :M a
to ; Saday r. boot at 1 p m ; pi ra 3 p m ; nr
W t rrrv day al i4 p m.
ST PATi'.H K S Jll:nn ( alhohri ( oriii-r Ninth
UTrct and Waliiufn avrnue: .Tir- sb
vJi it and ID am: Vpi-ra 3 p. m. ; Huuday Si liwil
jp a.; ?rici- rr-rj di) at b p. m. !! . ZalK-l,
T!l K MAILS.
K.S KKAI. IKI.IVKUV opu . : a. :n.; tlut
l t : A p m ; hunrUt : n to a m
Huary urdft U-pirininl p a t 8 a. m.: c'.om
I 5 p ra
'I'.'.roJn Kiproa MaiU ia l'.ini i titr:tl and
Xliippi Cntrai Uai!ro: c at t'..: p. tn.
Cairo and Poplar Hiul Tbruu'b and Way Mall
tHo.i a' lJ 'W p. m.
A'a Jin! va l!!inji (Vntral. 'aim and Vin
ivDLrh 4uJ ili-.a:pi Crutral llai.ruad rior'r al
') 'J p. Di
Way ki.; f"r Narrow (itujr lUKroad clo"'" al t
Cairoand Ktanaviil I!it. r lluv.w ci' kt :)
p iu. dan i'.,ri,pt h'ndayi.
(JAIKO CITY FEI1UY CO.
iiiii i.iuvi i.rAVF
FvXit Knar'.b at M.fmnri Und"g. Ki-ntifk) I.d'p.
h a m. :r,0 a. m. ! iu.
lo a. in 10 a m 11 n..
0 p m. !: p.m. 3 p. m
4 ii in 4: pjn. PJP.
(JAIKO kfc ST
LOl'IS K. K.
...HI 111 It,
If. V. HMITIIKKS, Jo -ivT.
fWOUTEST SHOUT LINE KKTWEEN
.ift. 1 fit I MI'Il!
l.AIUll A.M) .1. 1,111 I.-".
Time Srhl ulo:
Through Tipn-aa leaven Cairo 10 00 a.m.
Thrimnh KTpr-n" arrive at K. St l.nui" li 4tip.m.
Tbroni?li Kxpr-H leavi-a K. Si l.ou.s.... S:')tia.m.
Tbrouah Kxpreah arrlven nt Cairo fill J p.m.
Muipb)idoroarromnidallon leaveaCairu 3 Up ill.
Mupbyahori) Ait. arrivf" at Murphyrboro K:M p.m.
Marphyaburu Ace. leaven Murpbyboro .. S:.'a)p.ni.
Murphynboro Arc. arrives a'. Cairo 14 K p.ui.
The Cairo 4 St I.nul. Rail Hoad U the only all
I'.M lioute between Cairo and Hi. I.oula under une
uiaiiaireinenl, tnervlore tnere are no deln; at
vtay atation" aali;iii i nniieeliona from oilirr linen.
Clone and "'.ire eiiiinei tiio ct S! . t.mi!i vtilbnlher
liiieii for NorUi. Ki and ttfd.
J. A. NAfULK.
I. M. JOHNSON,
(JAIKO tt VIXCENNES II K.
f SIIOItTEST ROl'TK TO
01 JJllliTjO J-;vrtriHvill-.
17 WW IV T'lK SHORTKST To I.OMS-
JllLTiO vn.i.R. fiNCINSATI, BAL
TIMORE ANO WAS1I1N0TON.
i I At II TIIK SIIOKTKST TO INDIAN
Ol MllJl0 APOMS.PHILADKMMIIA.NKW
YORK AND HOST ON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over truiua or all other route makliij the hiiic
l f !'naeneer liy other routea to mk rnnnrr
Uouh muat rldu all' nlcht. waltliig from one in lx
houra at aninll country station Tor Iralua id con
V V VI 10 f li V1?TIIB FACT nnd Uke our 4 :4i
1, I'iiYl rjil VjI m. train, reaching Kvn
villi', Iii'liannpoUa. Clnriuunli and Lotilavllle nuuii
(lav. Triil im leave and arrive at Cairo a follow:
Mail leavea 1:4.1 a.m.
Mall arrlvea 10:inp.m.
TliroiiKli tivketH and chtcka to all Impormnt
V. A. Mil. I.Kit UOSWKl.I. MILLER.
Oimi'I Paaa. Arfetil. lleiieml Sup'l.
I.. II. CIICIU'll. Paaamier Aietil.
SAIHiKKY AND HARNESS.
sAIl)l,KUY AND HARNESS SHOP.
.IAMES M. KINNEAU,
lo (lie old l.uilvvlir A llevrwnrt. (dnil, nrnc the
Aruti Kiigliifl llotmo.
TS prepared to An till klmla nf work In Ilia line,
j ciiei'iiiy. fspedirioiiMiy.iiin in a inormuin work'
nuiiUIke miniicr. Hs Invite patrnnne nnd K"r'
autwa mlafkctloa 1u cyrry plvllvulm.
j 'hi? i)
lilt I ,
Conipr Twelfth Street.
Of all descriptions to order at
1 1 U L I N CI
To ( )rttci' on Shoi't N't t ice.
Letter Heads. 10 and 12 Pound
Xote Heads, 5 and (1 Pound
Pill Heads. I t and 10 Pound
Statements. 5 ami 6 Pound
A U. FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes. Iigs, Gmls,
White and Colored
NKW ;t:.N SIIOP,
H.. K. IiCK,
NEW GUN SHOT,
Conimon liil Ave, opposite Seventh kt.
f'AIUO, : : : II.I.INOIH.
Guus, I'Mols, SafVs anil LtM'ks Repaired.
Keys Made lo order.
CHOKE BORING ON HUE A('H LOADING (il'.NS
All work (jnnrnnteed aatU factory. Btrheaper rate
ban canhe obtained at any other plaee In the city.
WHOLKS.UK WINKS AND LigiOIlS
Wholesale and Retail Dealer Iu
Foreign a w Domestic Liquet
Wines of all Kinds',
NO. (iO OHIO LEVEE.
MP.SPKS. SMYTn A CO. have constantly a lar-e
tock of tins beet good in the market and irive
eapeclal attention to tne. wboleale branch f the
V. M.Storkfletli. Krcdolin Broxn.
Stockfletii & Bkoss,
Suicfaor Ui F. M. Stockfleth,
Iniii tTM and Wholsalp clcaW-rn in
Foreign and Domestic
LIQFOKS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly Ia:nd. Catawba. California and Im
parled Port. Sburry, Medara Winea and Chain
pi;ne. NO. 02 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufaclun'r and Dealer In
HOOTS AND SHOES,
I -father and Findings
No so (. umnw'ciai Ave., iut. Finti and sittr si
Keepa rnnatantlr on hr.nd n nrge kortmeiit of
t.eula and I.adiei limitu and Sho a ol ali atylea
and t'if.ft.. and of the very bit of St I.oui and
Cini'inuali Hand iniule work: cold eheaper tbun
ever beiore. and rbrupt-r limn like trooda euu he b
tained iu thin city.
Alfo. aivtayii uri hand a lnryi- atoi k of Leathcrand
KindiLpa of all diM-riptiou, aolj veiv clime.
XKW MEAT MA1JKET.
Minor the P.uffalo Head.
N'oll Ohio l
KOEHLER 15R0S., Proprietors,
A fall and eomplete anpply of the beat of all
kind, meat klway on baud. Order filled at auy
hour, day ornlbt.
BITC H Ell.
Doalor in Fresh Meat.
ItttwHn Vftsliington n 'I Com
introifkl A v., nUioinine llunny.
KKRPK for lalethe boat Beer, Tork. Mutton, Veal,
l.arnh, Hasaace, Jtr., and la prepared to nerve
ramlllea In an acceptable, manner.
PROPRIETOR OF 6PR0ATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in lee.
ICE DY THE CAR LOAD 0RT0N, YELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car- Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
i) n o p s v,
I never ahull
Forget the First Diise.
Dn.II. R.stkvKsh:- ' l'K"'"tN"!'
mJ'vVJi!r' 1 !""',' h' "n Kr, !l1 aulTemr from drop
li '"I1""1 to mv honae more than a year.
waa ob I, ,1 ,f '"! """) ' WUH vnllrry h,'1l"'", '
J , 11 hve two men help me In uml-oiit of
nil .1, r"""" l I '"-he Inr.'er than my untn-
Suld ind i?d T, ."'f1"'- 1 " ""'
nn?l l,r I-' lr,"'J il reinediea for dropav, I
d i, 11 My friend- nil exp.-et-
ft.r.. n, ,,n l''h"' !"V'y 1 expefted to die be-
X,T U l'1 Atl.K" Vefetlnev.8H-utto mi. hv
,i i, ' it VTJ'h,'l f"r-" l lh tlr-t d 1 muld
. , , . h ., L ""' ''ir''"" fr'"" (1''V to day; I vvna get.
i -.?!' T After I bad takon aome.'ioro botllea
L i . Pl'uit' uluhta. 1 tien to K:iin
now qui e (,., A(1(.r tllkpI1(, omc nottl, j
i lium v4ik from one part of my room to the other.
V.v BI'l" l le v,a good; the (1mi had at till linio
oiHHppeur. d kept takliiB the Vet'etiuf until I re
(fiilueil my u.iml hehltli. I heard of u ureal manv
cure, by n.iuj; ej(, tlueufler 1 Rut out aud viiui ablu
to atteiiil io my work. I am a carpenter and bnildi r.
i in ain, ,nv it ha rnred an aunt of my wife of
uiuiKia.yi,u ii m l aunere'l lor m vm Miau a year.
She aayn fhe ban not biui any neuralgia fof'uij;lil
month. 1 have crlven It to one of my children for
lanker Ilumir. I huvc no doubt in mvmind It
will riire auy iiimor: it ia a ip-eat rleauaer of the
blood ; It I nth to trve a child. I vtill recommend
ll to the world. Mv father I- eii;hlv veam old, and
he aa, thi re la milling like it to slve' afreiiL'lh and
life to an aired p(rn. I car. nol be too thankful
for the. n ae of it. am. verv irriitrfnllv.
Yitira. JOHN H NoTTAOE.
Al.l. Dl'.r.A-K oPMl.oou.-If Veu'etlne will relieve
imin. eleaime. purify ni f lire ch dl leiine-. retor
inn the patient to peett health artcr trvina differ
ent pbyaiciuna, nmn; remedle". and eulb rin'.' for
years, la It not concliMve proof, i'von area tiitferer,
you cuu be cured? W lviathl ti'edielne perforin-
iijj; pti. ti great cure! i work iuthe blond, In the
cin uliilin fluid. It cbt truly be culled theOreut
Illood Puntb r. The crint aource r diaeaae orijiin
ateaiuthi! blood; and in mediciie t hut doea not
act directly upon it. to purifv and xuovale. Im- anv
jut claim upon public attention.
I owe my Hralth
TO Y O U K V Ali U A P L E
Nkw-toit. Kr.. Apr. 'ii. 1MT9.
Mn. R. II. fcTKvts:
Dear Sir:- Having auffered roni a hreakiic out of
Cankeroua Sore for more tiin Ave yenra. canaeil
by an mxidetit or a fracturei bone, which fracture
ran into a running aore, and iuvc uaeil everv Uiini;
I could think of. and liotljiu: Iwljit-d me until I hud
taken nix botlb a of your vaioible medicine which
Mr. .Miller, the apothecary. Bcotmueiuied very high
ly. The hth bolile cured le, and all I ran av le,
that 1 owe my health to you valuable Vccetlnc."
Your moi Rent "rvaiit.
ALItliT YON UOEDER.
"It i unnii e.irv for melo enumerate the ilia
eaaee forwhich th.i Yehktsk ahould he used. I
know of nodi-raae whichivlll not admit of it uae
with irood reiilta Almor iniinmerablecoinplalnta
an; cauaed by pniaonou lerrcllone in the blood,
whhhcau be entirely eipjed from the avatem bv
theua.:of the Vkoktine. When the blood ia per
fectly cleatiaed, the diaeaai rapidly vielda: all pallia
ceaat: healthy action I poniptlj reatored- aud the
parit-ui ia cured."
Cured n:e when the
Cincinnati, O., Apr. 10. IS''.
Mb. II. R Stkvln:
Ifr Mir:-I . m-rlor.aly trouble-1 with Kidney
Complaint for a lunjr time. I have roiiaiilli-d the
beat doctor' In thiacitv. I hive naed rourVioa.
ti.mk for thia rlirae. and It ha cured m'u when the
(loctor f.iiled lo do ao.
Your truly. ERNEST DI RIOAN.
R.aidence. IWI Race Street;
l'lir.e of huaiucaa, :iTi Cent. Ate.
H. R. STEYENs, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetine is Sold Ry all Dniffffists.
JK9K lIlNKIK, N. II TllHTl.KWCOll. J. II. MoOHK
IT IX KLEj T'J ISTLEWOOD
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. 1J5 aud 137 Comtnecial Avenue.
C'AIKO, II L.
(fir-I.lheral Advanreinenta naiti! ou Conaist.-
uieuia oi juuhccu, riour, anu lilUIII
t'4yAif. nla fur Gear, Srott X Co. thrchlnx m&
Chine. portable aaw mill and thraahlnv ensIn,
Agent rorChaniplou harveatiu;,- uia.Ulue, mower
uu ruaiwr .
A LL1 DA V BROTHERS,
FLOUR, GRAIN iXD HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Iliffhest Cash Price raid for Wheat.
CARPENTER AND CO.VHIAcTOli.
JOHN A. TOOK.
Carpenter anu Contractor,
SHOP ON TKN"It STREET,
(bctwopu WaahltiiiOu lud Witltmt.)
EstiRiutes on huildiwa, on losses hy Are
or otherwise mule on short notlec.
LL work Inlrnaterl to htm will receive prompt
a. aitentlou. aud will bi executed Iu ami ifnttory
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LIVERPOOL OKA IN.
Livekpcoi,, April 8, 2:00 p. xi. -Wheat
dull Winter, 8s lM! 2.1; Spring, 7s
Cd S)s 2d; Culifornia average, Sa 10d
Os ii; Culhornia club, 9s Siltns Hi. Corn
now 4s till.
NEW YORK OltAfN.
New York, April 8. 12:05 p. .- Wheat
--quiet-No. 2 Chicago, ft 041 06;
No. 2 Milwaukee, ft 00; Red Win
ter, 1 14J1 15; No. 2 Red Winter,
H No. 2 Amlier, $1 121 li'.
Corn quiet -Steamer, 4o; No. 0, 4-1
No. 2, 4-,'., .
CIIICAOO OltAIV AND PRODCCE.
CniCAoo, April 8, 12:00 m. Corn-
."a'a; Juue, JC.'g. Wheat 3Iay,
June, n. Pork -May, $10 50
. ii i
June, 10 o2'(&10 C5.
CniCAno, April 8, 2:0 v. m. Wheat,
Jl'l'. 0478(i9.j; April, fJ0((i80?a'. Crn
May, fJ0fi4:JG)8'; June, 3(5 (it. 3(5. Pork
May.flO 3TColO 40; June. $10 50
Special to the Republican.
Springfield, April .7. Tlic house ap
propriution coinmittee this evening agreed
to the following appropriations: for gen
eral expe nsf s of the Kankakee Insane asy
lum for tiie next two years, $90,000; for
genera expenses of Mind asylum for the
next two years, $50,100. The committee
also killed the lull appropriating! 13,000 to
buy the Rreese library, and will recommend
a reduction uf ten per cent ot the salaries
of employes of many of the state istitutions.
LILLS HKCOMMNDED FOP. PASSAGE.
The house judiciary committee recom
mends the passage of the consolidated
drainage bill; also Sherman's constitu
tiona!tmendment limiting the passage of
general laws by the legislature to once in
six years, biennial intermediate sessions to
pass appreciations nnd such laws as the
governor may ask. It also decided it consti
tutional that four circuit judges may be
elected in. some and three in other judicial
districts. It also recommends passage of
the bill providing that no chango of vonua
be granted from one circuit to another as
long as all the. judges in the circuit where
the prisoner pleads are unprejudiced.
A bare, quorum in either house and u
sluggishness among the members resulted
in the disjiosition of nothing more than rou
tine business, which, under the circum
stances, was well, as it is stulf that has to
be disposed of, and the day was as good a
time as any other to attend to this busiuess.
The senate held two, while the house held
one session to-day. The recess of the house
was occasioned by a large amount of com
mittee work before the house committees,
ithaving accumulated, all-day sessions hav
ing bjen held by the house for several
Mr. Jones of Christian, in behalf of the
managers appointed by the house last Sat
urday to try the Nevins habeas corpus case
before Judge Zane, reported to the house
to-day that the managers, with the attorney
general, appeared before Judge Zane, ar
gued the motion made by petitioner's coun
sel for a discharge of the said Nevins, and
that the court overruled the motion and
remanded the prisoner to the custody of the
The governor has approved the senate
bill dividing the stale into two districts
from which to send convicts to the Joliet
any Chester penitentiaries, printed in the
Republican of Saturday, nnd to-day in ac
cordance with his provisions issued an or
der directing all convicts to be delivered
to Joliet peuitentiary until further notice,
s the Chester prison contains two hun
dred cells which will accommodate only
four hundred convicts, aud it now has
four hundred and twenty-five prisoners
within its walls. The law provides that con
victs shall only be delivered to either pen
itentiary in accordance with its capacity to
accommodate, hence the governor's order.
Special to thi Time Journal.
Washington, April 7.-The report of
the committee on rules of the house recom
mending an increase in member-ship in
several of the most important committees
from eleven to fifteen members will be
brought up in the house to-morrow and
will probably be adopted, as it makes from
twenty-fivo to thirty more places on what
arc known as the best committees. There
is likely to be considerable discussion over
thfl motion to refer somo of tho business to
other commilecs which has beeu heretofore
referred to the commltteo on appropriations
as that committee ore, very jealous ol what
they regard as their rights and will endeav- I
or to prevent Mjr Innovation la this matter. J
THE APIMIOIMIIATION BILL.
The senate subcommittee on appropria
tion, consisting of Messrs Withers, Wallace
and Blaine, will report the army appropria
tion bill to the full committee at an esrly
hour to-morrow, and it is thought the full
committee will report it back to the senatet
during the day, in which event tho grct
debate will commence.
MR. BELL'S TITLE.
The senate- spent the day in discussing
the title of Mr, Hell, of New Hampshire, t
a seat. The two parties are divided up tu
to the validity of tho appointment by the
governor, nnd it is impossible to foreshad
ow the result. Senator Hill opposed his
admission, while Senator Bayard defended
his title. It is said that Carpenter will
argue against letting him in, all of which
indicates that party lines will not bo adher
ed to, as is usually the case in matters of
.'. ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC.
The bill introduced by Senator Booth
to-day, asked for the repeal of the Atlantic
and Pacific grant, recites that the company
has failed to comply with the requirements
of its charter; that it has only completed
its road to Vinita, and that no portion of
it has been completed since 1371. It pro
vides for the immediate repeal and for res
toration to public market of all tho lands
along the line of the uncompleted road
to be disposed of as auy other public land.
The death uatk ok our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most ir.Mgnigcant origin. At thi
season of this year especially, a cold is sucJi
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day life we nre apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set i.
Thousands loose their lives in this wsy
every winter, while had Boshee's Germs.
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large bill ot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat and lunw.
Boschee's German Syrup has proven itseli
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
'150,000 kittles sold last year without a
single failure known.
Don't He Deceived. Many persona say
'T haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure, Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy llint vulll cure Consutnp
tion will certainly and surely cure s
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
10 cts. 30 cts. and 1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
AVhy will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our store
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 75 cts. For sale by Ban lny
"Hackmetai k"' a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Pocket-Book Lost. It was in the town
of B., aud Mr. S. had just concluded somo
purchases, when he made the startling dis
covery that his pocket -ljook was lost. While
searching his pockets ho found a buckeye,
and said "(Jentlemen, my pocket-tiook U
lost, but there has been something discov
ered by Dr. Taber, of Nashville, of far
greater value. It ia the Buckeye Pile Oint
ment, which will cure Piles in all cases,
when used according to directions. Try it
Price no cents a kittle. For sale by Bar
Cocsse.n'h Honey of Tar will reliev
severe coughs of long standing, nnd prove
a blessing to all who suffer with niTectiou
of the throat and lungs, and is confidently
offered the public as Urn lwt
remciW in the world. In our rigorous
clime where coughs and cold prevails, this
favorite remedy should have a place in
every household. When the little ones nru
attacked by croup, or whooping cough,
nothing will atlord such instant relief as
Coussen's Honey of Tar. Price 50 cents.
For snlo by Barclay Bros.
A Card. To all who are suffering from
tli errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, 4c, I will send a recijie that will cur
you, mkk of cnAitoK. This great remedy
was iiiacovereu y a missionary In South
America, bend a self-addressed envelope tn
the Rev. Joskph T. In man, Station D. New
Pisiiino Tackle For professions! or
amctcur fishermen. C. W. Henderson has
on hand the largest ttck and greatest vari
ety of fish hooks, fiah lines, reels, rods,
flics, etc., etc., ever brought to this market.
all selling at "rock bottom prices." Also an
immense stock of pistols at (he lowest
prices way down! '