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Mayor Henry Winter.
Treasurer -H.' K. I'arki r.
Clerk -J. 1. I'hlllia.
'ouuaclor-Wiu. H Oilbf rt.
Mtrsibal ('. 1). Artcr.
Attorney-W. if. MeOec
Police Ma;itraie.-J. .1, Bird.
BOA III) Of Al.imiKKV.
Klrat Ward -(int. Yoeum, Wm. UTallahan.
Heeond Ward -Wood Kittcuuouae, N. B. Tbiatle
wood. Third Ward-W. P. Wright. John Wood.
Kourth Wrd ( hrli (. Patler. I). J. Foley.
Fillh Wid-T. W. llilllday. (.'him. Laudator.
Count v Otlliois.
Cirrnlt .hidge(). A. Darker
Circuit l.'lor -J. A. Hemes.
County Judge- K. S. Yoeum.
fount) Clerk -H. J. llumm.
County Attorrmy-W. (.'. Mullioy.
I Cwiuty Treasurer-A. J. Aldeu.'
tvisrll) -John llodgea.
Coroner- It. Ktt.geraii .
Comity Cointnlsaloi:er--T. W. HallliUv, M. V
Brrmu. Samuel llrlley.
AKltlCAN M. K.-FimrU-cnlU aired, between
Walnut and Cedai streets; scrure. SahhalU li
a. iu. ami ;:J p. m.; Suadav M liiwl l::SD p. m.
CtllKISTIAN-Kighteenlh street; meeting Sab
. bath 10.;) p. in. ; pr a bing oiraaionaliv.
ifTP.ClI (IK Til K liKI)KKMKK-Kpleopa)
Fourteenth afreet; Morning prayer (Cahliathi
10 ;K) a. m.: evening pravers. " : p.m.; habbatb
cbool ! a. m. tier. St. J ."Dillon -l.ee. Itrrlor.
ItAITIST ( II l'lt II
I Preaching at ii::4i a. ra , 3 p. m., and p. m
sj'ilnl.'i h uool at 1 :m p
Kci. T. J. Shore",
JITIIKKAN-Thirtecnth at reel; service. Sae
4 bath 11 a. m and"::)) p. m ; Sunday sihoolSa.
K'-v. DueriM hucr, unslor.
METHODIST 4 r. Kigbth and Walnut street,;
IVac hlng Sabbath lo.D) a. m. and 7 p. m ;
p-iver meeting. Wednesday ":M p. in.: Sunday
Sitiool,:i p. m. 1W. A. 1'. Slorriou. pastor.
1ltfISYTKI'.IAN Eighth rtreel: prea'lnng on
sauba'.h al Il 'W a. in. and ::ip. m.; pruicr
meeting w'cdnsadav at 7: p. m.; Sunday School
al :i p m. llev. 11. V. tjcortfe, pastor.
SECOND ri'.EKWlU, BAPTIST - Fifte. i th
O street, between Walnut and Cedar streets; sir
wt riahbalh at 3 aad p. in.
ST. JOSKPHS ..'Komao Calhoiin Corner Cross
, and Walnut streets; seniles sei'ibath 10:.A)a.
n : Sunday S, boo! at a p. ti. ; Vespers 3 p. tu : ser
XKe, every day at t p. ni.
ST I'ATItH 'K'S- (Koman Calholici Corner Ninth
Mr. et and W aibiuirt.in mnnr: aerioe h'
i'j'9 4 and 10 a ni ; Vepcr 3 p. ni ; rtnnday Srhol
t p iu. ; erice every day at b p. m. Lev. F. Zabei.
' 1 K N K K I. DKl.l VKKV opeu
: a m.
il H:VJ) o in ; Sundav : H to a m
Money (irdT Depurine ut opeu at S a. in
t p. Bj
Th'ti !.''i K.-pre" M.i'i via I'.linnN Centril and
tf Mlppt Central IU:lrd r!.ie at l'J . Hi.
Cairo and Poplar U.uff lliruu.'h and Way Mail
' . a' in
Hav Mai! ' J .: Central. 'a.n and in
r'lVi- and Mia.'J J"i Central Hal. nail i .' st
:4.'i p. in
il .. t ..- r.. V - , ....a i :. tlMt'pi.il e ii.fl It
( n:o m.d Rvaieaviiie I'.iver Ilwiite ("Iohi-" at ::
ni i!a. ei epx rnnavj.
S a. ni.
in a ;n.
J p in
h . a ru
VI :i a ni.
J:;H) p. nt.
4: VI p m.
K'-ntui kv I.d f .
9 a. in.
11 a n.
r p. m.
AIRO t ST. LOlIS II. R.
H. W'.HMrnil'.KK, K.M.-lvtT.
IIOinKST SHOUT LINK IlKTWEKN
CAIKo AND ST. LoL'IS.
Tiino Sclu'd uli'!
i'o'Ii l"xiren leaven Cairo . In no a ui.
v .u'li Kpre arriven at K.St l.onii" ii:lop.in,
.rwtiah Kpre-a leaven K. St. I.oit.f.... H::w.m.
irn'.iiih Kin i airlve nt Cairn r:ir p.m.
,:rplnlioniaei oininodiltioli leaven Cairo 'J IT. p.m.
iipliVnlinro Ai e. arrive at ltirihvrioro H:" p.ui.
'irplivilioro Arc. leuvei Murphyaboro .. SiWi p.m.
liphy-lioro Arc. arrive" at lain I'J K p l-
riic Cairo . Si I.oul" Hall l!oad I" the only all
til Koine hetween Cairo and St. l.oit'a nnder one
na.'eni'iit. (lien-fore there are no delaya al
t t!ilion awnlti:ii! roiineetloii from other IIik".
oe and i:re roniieetioii" lit St. I.otii" wiih other
le for .North. KiM umi Weal.
. vilOML- 1 XI .lllHVSON'.
c ... v ' 1. 1 . . a.
A'-elit . liein nii jtanazer.
!A1R0 ct VINCENNKS R.R.
4 HIT IV Til E SIIOItTKST
I JUJJIV) J'.vtmHviUi'
""IIirCTIIK SIIOItTKST TO LOI'lS
i 311 lilV Vll.LK. CINCISNAII, UAL
,MOB AND WASlll.NliTOS.
I AM I LV TIIK SIIOItTKST TO INDIAN-1-
)ltK AND UOSi'ON
SIX HOURS SAYED
or tralua of all oilier rotilea lunk i nn the aame
if Pii"enier by otln r nmt' to make romiec
ua inual riile all nlclit. ualllni: from one to six
ura at aniall coiiutry aliitloim for Iraltn or eon
cUtig roiut". .
V T l' 1 U V 1 J 'I'" K FACT and take our 4 : Ki
, lii'lli.UO ldl , nl, irni,,, reacblnu- Kvan
le, Iniltaiiiipolla. ( Im Inuall and l.otilavllle hhuic
v. Triilna leave and itrrlu1 at Culro aa follow a:
ill leave 4:ir.a.m.
ill nrrlvea Ill:i4ip
I'llroimh tU'liel umi cbecka to all Important
A! MII.I.KIt HOSWELI. MILLK.H.
Oen'l Pa". Awnt. 4leneral Slip t.
L. 11. Cllt lti. ll. Paaaenjer Asi-nt.
SAULKKY AND llAUXKSS.
lADDI.EltY AM) HAUNES8 SHOP.
JAMES M. KINNEAR,
the old l.mUl; A lloorwnit aliinil, nciu' (hi1
Aiali F.nitliiP IloiiNC
8 prepared to do nil kind or work Jit III line,
theeply. vxpiMii'lonKly.and lua thoroiiuh work
inllki manner, lloluvltea pntrunauv aud limit'
diva mtUfacUoOjIu vty prtliulur.
DAILY CAIRO .
HU LUTON' BIXDKRY.
Corner Twelfth Street.
K. A. IIURXETT, Pi:oikietoi:.
Of nil dexiiittioiiNto order at
To Order on Short N'olkv
11 U LED PAPER,
Letter Heads, in and 12 lund
Note Heads 5 and (i Pound
Rill Heads. H and 10 Pound
Statements. 5 and ( Pound
ALL FIP.ST CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Ta?s, Cards,
AVliilc umi Colorod
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1870.
NKW V.VS SHOP.
If, K. LNCE,
NEW GUX SHOP,
Commercial Ave., opponltt! Seventh at.
;aiijo, : : : Illinois.
Gums, Pistols, Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
t HOKE BOKING ON BKEACH LOADING CL'XS
All work uiiaranteed aatlafartory, at cheaper ratea
ban ran heolitalned at any otlmr plare In the city.
WIIOLKSALE WISES AM) Lll'OItf
Wholoaale and lietail Deaiera Id
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MKssliS. SMYTH A CO. have con-tantly a lare
dork of the be; gooda in the market and L'lve
eapecial atteuliou to the vt hokaa'.e branc h f the
F. M. Stoeklletli.
StOCKFLKTII it P)K()SS,
Sue. iot to F. M. Stotkfieth.
I:nprtTs mul Vhols?il Uealorsin
Foreiifti and Domestk'
LIBORS AND WINES,
limine. Kelly .!and. ( atavt !,a. Caiifornla and im
porled Port, sherry, iledara Wines and I'baia
jianea. NO. tiJOIIIO LEVEE, CAIKO, ILL.
HOOTS AND SHOKS.
Manufacturer and Dcokr in
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Leather and Iindiiifjfs
No !' I oiumcr.'ia! Ave.. Il.-t. Filth anil SiiL S.
Keepa eoratantlv on li'ind .1 large a-orlnie!it of
4 in and Ladies Hooi" an I shi- of all atj ie
mid ai.-. and of the very le-t ol st I.ouia and
Ciueinnutl Hand tn.uie ork: -old cheaper thun
ever before, aud eheaper than like ood can be wb
la'iio'd in thia city.
A!o. aivtay oil hand a lure tock of Leather aud
Fmditia of all description, aol.i verv doae
EW MEAT MARKET.
Sianof the II-.:!a:o 11-jJ
No s) Ohio I
KOKHLKK I!R0S., Proprietors.
A full and complete aupuly of the beat of all
kimla meat al ay on baud.' Order tilled at auy
hour, dav ornlu'ht.
Doalci' in Kroish Sloat.
Hot vfn. Washington niel Com
lnori'lul Av,, rulioiiiinn Ilaoovs,
KEKPS tor aale the boat Deer, Pork. Mutton, Yeal.
Lamb, Sauage, Ac, and la prepared to aerve
futnillea In an acceptabk- inauiier,
PUOP11IETOR OP SPROArs PATEXT
Wholesale Doalcn iu Ice.
ICE n Y THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car I-ioads a Spccialtv.
o y y i c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street unci Levee,
I) R 0 P S Y,
I never ahall
Forget the First Dose.
Dear Klr,-1 have been a trreat aufferer from drop
ay. I ae contliu to my botieu more than a year.
Hu niontba of the tim,! I wu entirely belpleaa . I
wait obliged Iu have two men help nie in and out of
bed. 1 aaawolU.,.n(.healar!.'ertliun my natu
ral alzB roiin4 my waiat. I antleri'd all a man
could and live. I tried all remedlea for dropay, I
bad three dlflxrent doetora. My friend all eipect
ed I would die; many nibta I expected to dlu be
fore moroUiR. Atla.l Vei;etlne ua aent to me by
a frleud. I never ahall forjret the llrat doae. I could
realize its (fooil efferta from day to day; I win (ret
ting better. After J had taken some 5 or 0 bottle
I lonid alCfpaulte well lilu'bta. I beffan to ealn
now quite ram. After taking aouie ten bottlea, I
could walk froTi one part of my room to the other.
My appetite wta Lood; the dropar hud at tbla time
dlaappean d. I kept taking the eeetine until I re
pained my ti'iial health. I beard of a creat many
curea n ,iaipj v enrtleyane.r J poi out and ar anio
to attend to jut work. I am a carpenter and builder.
cure bv iiaiPK enrtliiBafter I ;ot out and waa ahlo
I will also aav II ha rnr.-rl an aunt of mv u ife'a ol'
Neuralgia, who bad auHered for more than SO yearn.
She cava he ha not had any neuralgia for eit'lit
montha. I have civen it to one of my children for
Canker Humor. I have no doubt iu mv mind it
will cure my humor: it ia a great cleauai-r or the
blood; it ia aufe to give a child. I will recommend
Il to the world. Mi lather la eighty year old. aud
be aav tin re la nothing like it to gi've'atreiiL'th and
life to in aged peraon. 1 rau not be too thankful
for Ibc uae of it, 1 am. vervgratrfiillv.
Your. juilN S. SoTTAOE.
Am. DtHKAsxa or lli.oon. If Vegetlne will relieve
I'ain. cleanae. purify, and cure am h disease, restor
ing the patient to perfect health afler trj ing ditler
eut phyaiciana. n.any remedies, and autlering for
years. i it uot conilnive proof, if von area aull'erer.
you can be cured? Wbviathla in'edieliie perform
Ingsiich jreat cures: Il works iu the blood, in the
rirculatluf! fluid. It can truly be called theOreat
lllooil Punller. The great aoiiree of diacaae origin
atea In the blood; and no medicine that doe not
act directly upon il. to purify and renovate, ba anv
Jutl claim upon public attention.
I owe my Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
Newport, Ky Apr. 1S19.
ilrt. R. H. Suvitts:-
Dear Sir:- Having Buffered from a breaking out of
Cankerous Sorcafor niore than live years, caused
by an accident if a fractured bone. wrhlcU fnu ture
ran into a runniig sore, and have used even thing
I could think of. and nothing helped me until I had
taken six botllcof your valuable, medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the auithecary. recommended very high
ly. The sixth bittle cured me. and all I can say is.
that I owe my lualth to your valuable Yegetiue.
Your most obedient servant.
ALBKKT YuN itUKDEI!.
"It is unueres ary for me to enumerate the dis
ease for which ibe Ykoktink should be Used. I
know of no dls.ns,. whieh will not admit of ita ne
with good reault. Almost Inutinierablecoinplniiits
are caused by piiaoiious secretions in the blood.
wni-nran tie enlrely expelert rrom the svsti:tn bv
the use of the i:iitriXK When the bloiid i per
fectly cleansed. the disease rapidly yields; all pains
cease; healthynlion is promptly 'restored, aad the
patient is cured "
Cu ed uie when the
cincinxati, o.. Apr. io. is::.
Ma. 11. H VrKvrsa:-
Dear Sir:-I wis eriouslv troubled wilb Kidnev
Complaint for a 'ong time". I have consulted the
best doctors in t!ii"ty. I have us. il vour Vbok
TINK for this nisee. mid it baa cured nie when the
doctor failed to Jt co.
Yours truly. ERNEST DI'RHiAN.
Risldenee. ligl Race Street;
Piiceof business. :!T1 Celil. Ave.
11. STEVINS. EOSTOX. MASS.
Ve?etiue i; SU1 l!y all Drugi-ds,
C(MMIS:i )X MEUt HANTS.
Ilisiii.s. N. 1. TitisTi.Ewooi), ,1. 11 Mooiib
Fanner's To'iacco 'nrehoiisc
Niis, Ijr. and P.T Commercial Aveiun.
CAIKO, II. I
I ff-l.ibcta Advanoemeiila made on Consign
ment of Tobacce. Flour, aud drain.
tAg nta for tiear. Scott ,t Co threhlii2 ma
chine, portn'ile aaw mill and threshing engines.
Ageni loi l liampion Harvesting machines, mower
ALL IDA Y 11 ROTH MRS,
FLOUK, OltAIX AND HAY
Egypt ian Flouring Mills
lli:hest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
rARl'KXTI'.It AND rONTIIAl'TOIt.
joiix a. roon,
Caki'KXTkr and Contractor,
shop on tkstil street,
ibotwcon WhlnKi0n and Walnut.)
Estimate on buihliij-s, on losses by flre
or otherwise mude on Bhort notice,
l-1- w,Tk ,n,ru,,,',J, ' blm will receive prompt
Itteuii"-n ui eeiaeciiKoio a ant.amcTvr
MARKETS BY TJXEGRAPH
LrvEupooL, April 10, 2:00 p. M.-Whcat
unchaneil Winter, 8s ll(is4lr Spring,
( Oil QSs5d; California sveracre, 8s lOdoa
9 4tl ; California chili, 9s 3ilI)g fill. Cora
new 4s rnl
NEW YOUK GRAIN.
New York, April 10. 12:01 p.m.- Wheat
-quiet No. 2 Chicago, $1 04l 05;
No. 2 Milwaukee, t (J5l 00; Red Win
ter, $1 041 14J; No. 2 lied Winter,
fl 11; No. 2 Amlier. Il 11. Cent
quiet Steamer, 44 ; Xo. 3, 44; No.
CHIC tOO OKA IN AND I'P.ODITE.
Chicago, April 10, 10 a. m. Pork-
May, $10 25; June, f 10 40. Corn-May,
5ja'; June, Jifiig. Wheat May, 01
91?i; June, I3?4'02;i.
CiucAtio, April 10, 12:00 m. Corn-
May, ;J5; June, oi?iC5. Wheat-
May, 91; June. 92. Pork-Mav, 10 20;
June, $10 32.i.
Chicago, April 10, 2::i0 p. m. Wheat,
M'iy, 91?3'; June. Corn-May, 3Si,'
fe35'4 ; June. 35 ?g(, 35, ".,'. Pork-May,
$10 20010 32s'; June, $10 32.j.
Si-riiNtiKM-i.d. April 9. In the afternoon
the consideration of the appropriation bills
was resumed by the senate.
Senate bill Xo. .'507, making appropria
tions for the Illinois Charitable Eye and
Ear infirmary of $20,000 per annum, and
$1,500 for repairs and improvement!), was
taken up. The committee amendment
substituting $1,000 instead of $1,500 fur
repairs and improvements adopted.
Mr. Merntt moved that the bill be recom
mitted to the committee on appropriations.
Mr. .Tones moved to make the, amount
The bill was then engrossed for a third
Senate bill Xo. ;74, makino appropria
tions for the Illinois Southern Hospital for
the Insane at Anna, was taken up. The
sum asked for for the two years amounts
in the Aggregate to $200,000.
Mr. Joslyn moved to strike out the $5,
000 repairs item and insert $5,000. Adop.
Mr. Fuller thought $500 a year for the
improvement of the grounds was sufficient,
and moved to strike out $1,000 and insert
that amount. He thought the state could
get along with that sum.
Mr. Ware thought the state could get
along without making auy appropriations.
That in his opinion, wasn't the question,
but what was actually needed.
The amendment was rejected.
Mr. Merntt moved to strike out $00,000
and insert $75,000. lie then attacked the
bill vigorously and charged that the calling
for the appropriation of im unexpended
balance of $2-1,000 was a shnm originating
with the state board of charities. There was
none of this money in the treasury lis was
preti nded. There never had been made
an npproprlmlon that was not used, Two
years ago the appropriation was $s,,,O0O
and on (he face ol this bill they tell us
that that amount was $21,000 too much.
Xow $!i0,000 per annum is asked for. The
monster is growing.
TIIK not si:.
On reassembling at 2 :!10, the house took
up bills generally and passed the following
bills with an emergency clause, which only
applies to Richland county.
Skction -1. He it enacted, etc., that
counties changing from township oignnia
tion to county org inization be and the
swine tire hereby authorized to assess poll
tax, road labur and mad tux, for the year
at any meeting during the tirst yenr nl'ter
such change' is made.
Mr. XclV introduced a joint resolution
providing fur a sine die adjournment v( the
general assembly on the 10th of May. The
roll whs called and the resolution was re
ferred to the committee on rules.
Mr. Granger arose to a privilege question
mid tillered the; following resolution and
moved its adoption:
Whereas tho nllegation is being circula
ted in th. public prints that the committee
appointed to investigate the charge, of cor
ruption, alleged iu the Chicago Tribune,
havo ascertained by testimony of Frank K.
Nevins before such committee, tliat the al
leged corruption consisted in the receiving
by the mUhnrof house bill Xo. !)27, known
us the gas bill, of the sum of $1,500 for
tho purpose of Influencing his action rela
ting to said bill; therefore be it
Resolved that the wiid committee, be in
structed to Bubptrnn F. K. Granger before
them to thestify touching said matter of
alleged copl'thm, and that the examination
of sahl Granger U mude by tho committee
In public. ,. ,.. (y
Mi,. Granger in asking the adoption of th
NEW SERIES NO. 249.
been circlated ngainst him and ho
deemed it only fair, just and honorable
to himself and the honso that he should be
examined by the committee. Ho wanted
an pen, fair and thorough investigation.
Mr. Nevins had mentioned him by hearsay
as the pariy no had received the $1,500
and was in jail in contempt of this houuc
for refusing to tell who bis informant wan.
THE DEMOCRACY DECLARES ITSELF
"ui sw" i).N HIE COXSTITUTION
W'ashinotox, Apv;i c.-A brief Demo
cratic cucus was held immediately after
adjournment to-day for tho purpose of tak
ing some action which would per
mit the introduction and consid
eration of certain financial mcasurea
durinz 'v- present bit,. Renr..
nllll..H..,..,.....!.l. . ). , . A
:.iiunYi; iio.se jiresmi'.i na miiiii anu cot
ert acted as secretaries. Itepresentatire
Kenna submitted the following resolution,
which was adopted unanimously:
Resolved that it is the judgment of this
caucus that the house shall not adjourn
over Monday next but that there should be
a session on that day, to allow the intro
duction of bills in the usual manner and
placing ot important lcsislation in line of
progress without unnecessary delay.
Representative Stephens then offered the
following resolution with the request that
it be read and laid on the table for action
of a future caucus :
Resolved that the aims and objects of the
Democracy of the United States, as far as wc
chosen by them members of the present
house of representatives, are entitled to b
considered as true exponents of those aims
and objects, are directed with singleness of
purpose to the restoration of constitutional
liberty "td ,v lth u this restoration of peace,
hamony ami prosperity through the length
and brendth ol the land. They abjure the re
vival of sectional strife; they accept all le
gitimate results tif the late lamented war;
they are utterly opposed to the revival iu
this country, or any part thereof, of
African slavery or any other kind of slavery
or involuntary servitude except as punish
ment tor crime; they stand pledged to main
tain the union of the states under the con
stitution with all its existing amendments
as they shall be expounded by the su
preme court of the Uuitcd
States; ihey are against all un
constitutional or revolutionary modes ; they
are for law and order; for protection of life
and liberty and property without respect of
persons or social conditions. For redrew
of all grievance they look alone to the
peaceful instrumentality of the constitution;
first, the law-making power; second, the
law expounding power, and finally the ulti
mate sovereign power of the ballot
box. They are fur a free ballott as well a
for a fair and just count. AVhile they are
opposed to a large standing army, as were
the framers of the constitution, yet they
arf for keeping the army sufficiently large
to n pel invasion, defend our extensive fron
tier, as well as all necessary interior forts
and garrisons, and to enable the president
to put down domestic violence
of insurrection iu any of the states and iu
aid of civil oiliccrs us u commitatus in tin
execution of legal processes in pursuance
of the roiwti4iiiiiii. nn i as provided in acts
of congress of 1705 and ISO!); but they
are utterly opposed to the use of military
forces of the United States in controlling
or in interfering with the freedom of elec
tions; they are for the maintenance of pub
lic credit inviolate, but are utterly
opposed to any increase of the
bonded ih-bt, unless exigencies of war
should render it necessary. They are for
for retrenchment of expenditures, lessen
ing burdens of taxation, and a thorough
reform in the present unequal and unjust
method of raising revenue. They are for
placing the coinage of gold and silver upon
the same footing, without restriction or lim
itation upon the nmount of cither. They
are for reviving the languishing and perish
ing industries of the country by tin increase
ofthe volutnt'of currency founded on a sound
basis.sullleient to meet the urgent iWuinndu
of trade In every department of labor and
Without transacting imy further business
the caucus adjourned.
Til K best is the cheapest. Dr. Bull'
Ruby Syrup is acknowledged to be tho
safest and most reliable medicine for Ra
bies. Price 25 cents,
Co.NSfMPTioxCLitKD. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed iu
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarruh, asthma, and
all throat mid lung ulTcctions, also a posi
tive and radical cure for nervous debility
and all nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curiitivo powers in
thoiisimds of eases, lias filt it bis duty to
make it known to his BiifTuring fellowi.
Actuated by this motive, and a desire to ro
lievo human stitM'rlng, I will send, free of
charge, to eR who desiro It, this recipe, witk
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