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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 187.
NEW SERIES NO. 250.
Mayor - Henry Winter.
Treasurer- It. V. Parker. ,
( lurk ) II. I'hllli.
Counselor -Win. II. Gilbert.
JHarshal-C. I) ArliT.
Attorney -W. U. MHiee.
Police Magistrate-.).. I. Bird.
BOAIUI or alukiiko.
PitHt Ward -4ieo. V 04-urn, Wui. U'Cllhn.
Second Ward -Wood Uillciihuusc, N. II. Thistle-
Third Ward-V. P. Wright. Jolm Wood.
Kourth Ward Charles O. Patl-r, I). J- Foley.
Filth Ward-T. W. Jlalllday, Chu. I.ucat"r.
Cir.:ult .ludjc- (). A. HarUer.
Circuit Clerk--.). A. Hi vc.
County Judge -II. ti. Yoi-um.
County (.'Ink --S. J. Iluinm.
4 otitily Altornwy -W. I'. M dlkey
Couiiiv Treasurer--A. J. Aidcu.
' Sh'Titi -John Hodge.
County Commissioner -'!', W.
lirowa. f'amui.l Itrilcy.
Ihllliiay. M. V
AFRICAN M. K.- - Kourl.tcMh street, between
Walnut and C. rlnr streets ; service. SaWmtU II
h m. and ".an p. m.; feuuda) M buul l::wj. in.
CillRlr-TIAN - LWhtc. nth tr.-t; meeting Sb
,i hath 1U::J. in.; preaching ou aelonally.
MILT.cll HI' TIIK
V' Fourteenth street; Mornln
li f) a m.; i-venlu;
i4..iu)l a a. in. lt' f.
prayer. . y
t. J. Ulllon -l.ee
BAIT I ST (HI lit II."
;j p. in., and ": i"
ui. Rev. T. J. shores.
I Preay hlng at a. m.
Silibllli nbool at r. W p
JlTHEHAN-TUIrtci nth street:
j tin! fa 11 a. in. and 7::vi p. in.; Nail
school V ti
m. Rev. Durrn h i'-r. ua.tor.
fKTlluIUST Cor Eighth and Walnut streets:
il Prca. bin Slbth lo.:l
nt ami i p. i" ,
Weduedav ::) p. m : ruuu)
Sciiuol. .) p. ui. U' . A. 1". Morrl.oii, pa-tor.
1JHKSIIVTKHIAN- Eighth street; preai bine on
Sauh.vh at ll: a. ui. and 7:l. in ; Waver
ni,.i.iu Wrdui-mlaT al M rn. ; Sunday School
at 3 p. i. It'-v. U. V . tit-ur pa-tor.
KCONI) FREEWILL HM-Tisr-rm'i wi
stfe. 1. Whwii w alnnl anil 1 i-uar street ,
we hannaiii at ;i ami i " v
'T. JOKI'H S -iKouian t athuliri i"" ' -
aad Walnut hlr-.M; hrri"- n'uam iu....
n ; ?ubiUv s boul at v! p. ni.; i--p n p. .
ff -rt rim day al b p In.
L"T I'ATUK'K'S iltonian rati InCon.er NlnlU
0 ftrt and Wa-blnr-on ivmuc. f riuw s.u
oaUi i and a. m. ; Ve.p. r- S p. in ; Hnndav Srhoo!
1 ; ra ; .trrlc. every day al p. ui. r. .ami,
plii'nL , -
1 I'NKKAI. PKI.I VKIfi
oin'n i a
1 a in n m : s,iii.Ut : s to V a. ni
i u m.
,( - Ik.. ,..rln... Iif ,1111 Rl 3 M. Ill . IU"i
(inV r Ih'partniriit oprii at 3 a. til
M p. ia .,
'Ih. ..,,.,(! tvnnrf Vll Via
lilinoi" OMral and
.. i i...,i..,..u . ; at ta 4i u. m
( airu and J'opiar lla:ff Throiib and Way Ma.l
Aav .Ma'i'v'a llHni- Ontral. Cairo and Yin
r.nn;. .i.,l Miw.i..if!i O ntral lUulruadK ti at
v ; i"
Way Mai; for Narrow C.aii'e
lUilroad iloa al S
cairn and Kvar.vl!li KlvcrUouU- clufv at fi:
p in. daiiy ici"'pt Kriday)
Kontiiat I.d (t
Fj1 Konrtii al
10 a. u.
2 p. m.
4 p. m
l0.: a. ra.
. p. m.
S a. m.
11 a m
3 p. tn
(JAIUO & ST. LOUIS u. u
II. W. SMITH 10 1 i S. K'fivor.
SIIOUTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CMI.O-ANn ST. LOUIS.
Tlirnuh Kxpna li-avra Cairo
Throuiih Kxprcaa arrlvca at K. St I.oui
'Hirouxh Kxprena leave K. Si iAiuic...
fMir,,!!"!! ktiiniaa arriven at Cairo
10 fma m
. tt nip.ni.
MarpliyctHiroai-eouiniodntion leavc-Calro 'i l.ip tn.
Mti'pUfboni Ace arriveaat Mnrphyeboro 8:.kip.tn.
MarpbyHhoro Acc leave Mtirphyboru. .. &;.J p.m.
M,irjiUylioru Acc. arrive at Cairo 1'- l-n.
The Cairo A St I.oul Kail lioad I the only all
Balllloulf between Cairo and St. Louis under one
niauai-emeiit. therefore there are no delay al
.. ... 7.,,, ..... u.iiin.. inntiei tlou from other lilies.
Close and nine connection al St l.ouio with oilier I
Hues for North. Lan uuu el.
J. A. SAHiLR. L, M. JOHNSON,
.Xent. Oeiieral Mauaner.
(JAIUOcfe"VLCKNNES R. It.
SIIOUTEST ROUTE TO
J 7 II I T TIIK 8110UTKST TO LOVIS
4r Jlllilv VILI.K. CINCINNATI, UAL
T1MOHK AND WASHINGTON.
1 HIT Vil TIIK SIIOMTKST TO INDIAN;
Ah Ml LES AI'OI.lS,HIlLAlKLI'HlA.NKW
YOHK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
UiT traiu of all nther rouU' waking the amc
t'fT Pusenger br other rotit to make connoc
Wnu must ride all' night, waiting from ouo to six
hoiira at amal oouulry atalloua lor tralna or con
1 li' M V M li V PTII K FACT and take our 4 :4ii
IvliM I'jMIMiU n. ,. train, reaching Kvans
ltle, ItidlHtiapoll. Clnclniiatl and LmtlavlUo kbiu
iIiiy. Train leava and arrive at I'ulro a f"llo'!
Mall leave ,7,;,..
Mail arrive lt):Wp.tii,
ThriiiiKll tli'lietii' lind" check to all Imporiaut
K.'a" MIT.l.KIt UOSWEU. MILLER.
(len l !. Agent. tlelicral Sup t.
L. II. tMIl'lltilJ'jwjmgerjAffnl
NMH.KillY AND HARNESS.
JAODLHRY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KINNEAR,
In the. old Tiiulvrls A Dfrwnit utttntl, iienr the
Arab F.ORlnn llonav.
., ' Cairo, Illinois.
TStiTrpartd to do ill kind nf wotk In III tine,
J choeply, xpdlclo""ly-ua In tlnirouli work
niaallk manner, lie Invite patrmune ami uniir
..if.m aaHiil'.iilliiii III aanaa a. a a
Corner Twelfth Street.
Of all ilescriiti(n to order at
To Oiik'i' on Short Notice.
Letter Heads. lOand 12 Round
Note Heads. 5 and (J Round
Bill Heads. Maud 10 Pound
Statements, ft and 0 Pound
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards
AVUito and Colored
NEW GUN SHOP.
IE K. ICE,
IsrEW GUN SHOP,
('(Hiniicrrhil Avt' 0,j)osiu? Sc vi'nth t.
Gnus, Pistols, Salt's and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE BOHINOONBKKACil LOADING (J UN. S
A HI'KCjALT Y.
All work snarantcd aatifartory, atrhoapitr ratca
ban ran b olilaini-il at any otlii-r place In tin; rity.
WHOLESALK VflSVS AND LIQL'ORS
SMYTH it CO.,
WliocaU' and Retail D-a'.era in
Foi'eiirn anil Domestic Liquors
Wines ot all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVKE.
MKSSKS. SMYTH & CO. have ror.tantly a larj.
"tock of tin.- bi-ft goods In thn market aud
i-aprclal attuulion to tbe wbolraalc braucb f tbB
Stockfletii & Buoss,
Successors to F. M. StockSelb,
l:n porters arid Wholsulo dealers in
Foreign and Dtunestie
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Khine. Kily Island. Catawba, California and Im
ported 1'ort. Sberr, Medara Wine and Cham-
NO. 6-J OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Manafactarcr and Dealer iu
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Leather and Ilndincrs
No. i Commercial Ave. Bet. Fifth and Sijtb Sn.
I ep constantly on hard a large assortment of
IV Oelit ana l.uuies Hoots au i Mioe ol all styles
and izes, and of the very bet ol St Louis and
Cincinnati Hand made work: sold rheaper tbiiu
ever befure, and cheaper than like good call be tb
tallied In tin city.
A..o. aiway on baud a large stork of Leather and
nndiiig of all description, sou verv cloe
AENY MEAT MARKET.
Sigaof the Iltiltlo Head
KOEIILKR IiROS., ProprietoM,
J OK AHE.LL, Aent.
A full aud complete supply of the bsst of all
kind meal always uu baud. Order tilled al any
hour, day ornlglit.
Dealer in Fresh IS feat.
Jtftwcen Wiishlnston uml Com
iimrolnl Av.( tidiolntnK lltuinya.
KBBI'S for lalethe beat Deer, Fork, Muttou.Vnl,
Lamb, Sausage, Ac, and la prepared toiervo
families In tn acceptublu inanuer.
PROPRIETOR OK SPROAT S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTOX, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cur Load.- a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
I) R 0 V IS Y,
I never hull
Forget the First Dose.
,, .. I'lltlVIUtSt I.
On. II. It. STr.vrN:-
Uciir Sir. - I huve been a great sufferer from drop
y. 1 ciiiiilneil to my hniihe more than a year.
Six month 0f lhu timi, l WHH ,.u,ir,.v ,t.pi.K. I
wa oblltfed to huve two men help me'lu Mini out of
bed. I a .woileii 1! Inches larger than my Hum
ral Hlze iirouml my .,ut. j ,,,Hered nil a uuin
could and live. I tried ull remedies for dropsv, I
had three iliUVrenl doctors. My frletid all exp ct
cil I would ili,.; IllaIlv nielli I expected to din be
fore mornlu; At laM Vecetlue wan sent to me by
a irlelid. I never shull forget the first dose. I could
realize Its fund eifi-ci from day to day; I wh get
ting better. After I hud taken nome fjord bottle
I could sleep unite welluiudils. I lifi;an to iitiln
now quite fa-i. After tiikini; some ten bottles. I
rould walk frnni one part of my room to the other.
My appetite wus irood: the dropsy had at tbl time
disappeared. 1 Wept taking the Ve"-etiue until I re
gained my usual health. I heard of a great many
cure by uping Yegetlueafter I got out and was able
tn attend to my work. I am a carpenter and builder.
I will ulso ay it has cured an uuui of my wife's of
Neuralgia, who had niltered for more Ibaii -Jl years.
She say she ha not had any neuralgia for eight
month I have given it to one of my children for
Canker Humor. 1 have no doubt in my mind It
will cure any humor; It is a great cleanser of the
blood ; it is sufe to give a child. I w ill recommend
It to the world. My father Is eightv years old, aud
he su . the re ts nothing like it to give strength and
life to an aged pcrnm. I can not be too tuuukl'ul
for tbe use of it. I am, vcrv gratefully.
Yours, JOHN S. NOTTAOE.
Al.L Diskasks or lii.ou!. If Veeetlne will relieve
lialu. cleanse, purify, and f lire such diseases, restor
ing me patient to penecl uealtli alter trying uincr-t-nt
physician, many remedies, and Buffering for
ears, is It not conclude proor, iryou area sullerer,
ou can be cured? Wbv is this medicine perfumi
ng such great cures? It works iu the. blood, iu the
circulating tluid. It can truly be culled tbe(rcut
Blood l'uiitler. Tbe great source of disease origin
ates in the blood: and no medicine that doe not
art directly upon It, to purifv and renovate, ha any
jtttt claim upou public attention.
I owe my Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
Newpoi-.t. Kt., Apr. ii!. 1879.
Mil. K. II. Stevens :-
Dear Sir: Ilavlnguffered from a breaking out of
i.auKurous fcores for more than tlve vear. caused
by an accident of a fractured boue, which fracture
ran into a running sore, and have used everything
I could think of, and nothing helped me until I had
takeu six bottle of vour valuable medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the atiothecarv. recommended verv high
ly. The sixth bottle cured me, and all I can say Is.
that I owe my health to vour valuable egetine.'
Your mot obedient servant.
ALBEUT VON KUKOEIt.
It i uuuerefiiry for me to enumerate the dis-
easej for which the KiiKTiNK should be used. I
know of no dieae which will uot admit of it ue
wilb good result Almost Inuumerublecomplalut
are caused by poisonous secretions in the blood.
wbih can be entirely expeled from the system by
tbe use of tbe Veuktink. When the blood I per
fectly cleansed, the disease rapidly yields; all pain
cease; nealtay action 1 promptly restored, aud the
paiteut is cured.
Cured me when the
CixnasATi, O., Apr. 10, ItiTT.
Mr. II. It Stkvkns:-
Uear Sir: I was aeriously troubled with Kidnev
Complaint for long time. I have consulted the
best doctor In this cltr. I have ned vourVKuK-
timi for this flisea-e, and it ha cured me when the
doctor fulled to do so.
Your truly. ERNEST 1)1 HIGAN,
Residence, 611 Race Street;
l'lacc of bueine. :YTi Cetit. Ave.
II. 11. STEVENS, I50ST0N, MASS.
Veffotine is Sold By all Druggists,
JlsSII UlNRLE, N. D. TlltBTLBWOOl), J. II. MooUB
II INKLE, TlIITLEWOOD
Farmer's Tobacco AN'a rehouse
No. i Ji and 1ST Commercial Avenue.
VLilieral Advancomeut made on Consign
ment of Tobacce, Flour, aud Oralu.
TAg ills for tiear, Scott ,t Co. threshing ma
Chlues, portable a mill and threshing engine.
Agents forChainplun bai vcstiui; machlue, mower
aud reaper .
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cosh Price raid for Wheat.
CAUTKNTKIt AND rONTIlACTOIt.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
HHOP ON TBSTH STRKKT,
(between Washington and Wtluut.)
Etluiiites on bulltlliiKS, ou losses by Are
or otherwise made on nhort notice.
i I.I. worlt It
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LrvEitrooL, April 11, 2:00 v. m. Wheat
unehiinged Winter, 8s lldis4d; Spring,
Tsdl (L'.$s','il; California average, 8s 10d
9s 4d ; Califurnia tluh, 9s Pnl!ls s,l, Cora
new 4s fid.
NEW YORK C.U.UX.
New York, April 11. 12:01 p.m.- Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, $1 ()4&1 05;
No. 2 Milwaukee. l 05 Ml 00; P..-d Win-
tT, fl 041 14 J2'; No. 2 Red Winter,
l 14; No. 2 Ainlicr, 1 11. Corn
quiet Steamer, 44'.'; No, :j, 44; No.
2, . '
CirrCAfiO OltAfX AND l'KODlCE.
Ciiicaoo, April 11, 10 a. m. Pork
May, 10 25; June, 10 40. Corn May,
83?; June, afij. Wheat May, 91
91 ?i; June, 92?.,(!i92Ji.
CiiiCAiio, April 11, 12:00 m. Corn
May, 83; June, a5J.35;. Wheat-
May, 91; June, 92. Pork -May, 10 20;
June, 10 HV,.
CiiiCAfio, April 11. 2:30 p. m. Wheat,
May, 91 ?3' ; June, 02. Corn-May, 35
13.; June, 35?354'. Pork-May,
10 2010 22i; June, 10 32'.;.
Special to tbo Times-Journal.
Washington; April 10. After a tedious
ck-bate of four days, in which all the leading
lawyers of the senate participated, Mr. Bell
of New Hampshire, was admitted to a seat
by a vote of 3G to 28, Messrs. Conkling,
Carpenter and Davis, of Illinois, voting
against his admission, several ot the most
eminent lawyers on the Democratic side,
including Bayard, McDcuald, Whvte and
Yoorhees voting for him.
Mr. McMahon offered an amendment in
the house which was adopted, directing
the secretary of the treasury to issue imme
diately 10,000,000 of the 13.000,000 now
held for the redemption of fractional cur
rency outstanding to pay arrears ol pen
The action of the Democratic caucus yes
tenia in declaring in faror of general le
islation had the effect ot demoralizing the
Democracy, and the hard money wing of
the party freely admitted that its only cf-
tect will he to open the door for the intro
duction and consideration of all financial
schemes and to distract business interest
and impair the national credit.
OR EES B AC K Ells' COf USE.
Several of theGreenbackers have already
prepared bills for the unlimited free coinage
of silver, also for the substitution of na'
ional bauk notes for legal tenders, all of
which will divide the party East and West
on the question of finance,
has again positively promised to announce
his committee to-morrow.
RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE.
There will Ikj a meeting this city on 15th
inst. of the superintendents of the railway
mail service aud other officials of the post
office department to consider a discuss
certain improvements which have been
suggested for the service. All of the large
cities will represented on the occasion.
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC.
A resolution will shortly be offered in
the house declaring the lauds of the North
ern Pacific railroad forfeited to the govern
ment upon the expiration of its charter,
which will expire in July. The cause as
signed is non-compliance with the provision
of the charter. It is believed here
that this is a scheme to bear the stock in
the interests of the officials who ate specu
lating largely in it.
STRANGE AS FICTION.
LEAVES FROM TIIK LIFE OK CAPT. P.VVL
110YTON A MUST WONDERFUL CAREER
8TRANUK ADVENTURES; THRILLINO ES
CAPES, AND MAKVELOl'8 ENDURANCE.
Mr. O'Shaughnessy, the affable advance
agent of Captain Boyton, detailed to 'the
city editor of the Memphis Avalance the
following scraps of tho Captain's personal
Captain Paul Boyton was born in Alle
phoney City, iu June 1848, of French and
Irish parentage. He was a wild boy while
very young, and his wildneas took the not
undesirable direction of water, and his
swimming scrapes, or rather his stealing-from-hoine-to-swim-scrapes
At ten years of ugc lie saved a lad named
Thomas McCafferry from drowning, under
the St, Clair bridge, and tho man lived to
thank him in person a few weeks npo. Af
ter a good education ot Loretto, Pa., he
drifted to Cape Mtty, life-saving having bo
come a mania with him. Here, barefooted
and often hungry, he lived a sort of gypsy
lite along the shore, and during his stay
therJ saved seventy bathers who had gotteu
beyond the danger line. In 1874, aided by
the money and advice of Merriman, after
whom his suit is named, ho completed and
patented his present lifo-saving Armor,
Determined to tent It thoroughly, he con
ceived thn Idea of point? MO mil" otfo.
but he could find no captain willing to let
him essay the feat. Then he went alxianl
the Queen, of the National Steamship Line,
w ithout making known his object, and hU
only baggage being his suit in a bag and
his paddle. When far enough out ho put
on the dress below stairs, and paddlo iu
hand was ascending to tho deck, when
met by the mate, who reported him to the
captain. The latter ordered him below, had
his rubber suit taken from him and said he
would allow no man to commit suicide
from his ship. Boyton might leave it, he
said, but it must be at Liverpool. On thn
way over, however, the enthusiast won the
cantain of this vessel nartiallv to his view.
and obtained a promise from him that he
might "take the water" as soon as the light
on distinct Rock was sighted. This light
is 25 miles from shore, and can be seen ft
about 20 miles, making the distance Boy
ton was to attempt about 45 miles. Tho
night came, the forctopmnn was on look-out
for the light, Boyton was dressed and ready,
the passengers now aw are of the captain'
promise and Boyfon's purpose were iu
anxious suspense' and nothing could hi)
heard on deck but whispers arid the ma
chinery. The sea was already sobbing with
the coming storm.
''Light ahead !" came from the masthead
Boyton stepped up to tho Captain and re
minded him of Lis pledged word as a form
ality. "I will keep it Mr. Boyton, but first look,
at my weather glass. I have been seven
teen years on this coast, and never knew it
so low. There will be an awful storm.
Will you not postpone the attempt !"
"I hold, you, Captain, I may never have
"All right, then. Good bye."
Boyton leaped int the sea. As he struck '
the water he lost a . signal light which he
was to have set oil to snow that ho was all
right, lie called back, however. "All
right, Captain, go ahead." The great fans
of the steamer turned and she steamed
away, leaving Boyton "to do or die." He
stood up in uie water until ne coum ieci
wind upon his cheek, then knew his course,
and paddled away tor land and lite. Tlie
storm did come and was a memorable one.
Boyton's story of his night-long experience
in it and his almost providential landing on
the Irish coast, would make eloquent chap
ters. He reached England and was re
ceived by the queen, before whom and the
royal lamily he exhibited alongside of the
Alberta. His next important lent was the
crossing of the English Channel, accom
panied by the press boat "Rambler."
hen nearing the French coast in a fog,
the pilot of the "Rambler" lost hearings,
and Captain Boyton was induced to
come aboard tor the satety ot
the craft. Soon after he left Grcnez, France,
and after 17 hours hard pulling, landed un
der the South Forland lights of England.
ovages down the Rhine, the Danube, tho
Soan, tho Garronne, the Po and Tiber fol
lowed on the 31st of January, 1878, he
started from Toledo, in Spain, down the
river Tagus, and in 18 days and nights
reached Lisbon, a distance of 850 miles
and the longest voyage until the present
one that lie had attempted. During this trip
he once went three days and nights without
a stop, or seeing a human face, and living
on dry bread and a few wild olives.
During this voyage he shot over waterfalls,
the highest being 75 meters, or about 80
feet high. Ho was received by the
King and Queen of Portugal, and subse
quently knighted by King Alphonso, of
Spain. Next he entered the French service
to drill the sailors in the uses of the suit,
which the navy had adopted," and it is on
leave from this service that he is now in the
United States. After exhibiting before
President Hayes, the cabinet, congress ami
the legations, he reached his home in Pitts
burg, Here ho became fascinated with the
TITE PRESENT JOIRNET,
3343 miles, and over 1400 of which he has
completed. He tried the river on the
ice, then went up to Oil City and began the
voyage. His first run was 48 miles to
Emlanton, in water three degrees below
freezing, and amid ice on which ho :oii!d
at times get up and walk, as it moved. The
rest of his trip forms a large item current
Motiikhs should take warning and stop
dosing their babies with laudanum while
theething. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup answers
the same purposo and is perfectly harmless.
Price 25 cents.
Don't Be Deceived.- Many persons say
"I 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 that will euro Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. Wo
know it will euro 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 tiiis a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 80cts. and 1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
War will you suffer with tho Dvspcpsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh'B Sytem Vitalizcr which we sell oa
a positivo guarautee to euro you. Price
10 cts. and 75 eta. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmktack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
A Card. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will cum
you, frkk or chaiuik. This great remedy
was discovered by a mlMumanr ia South
America. 8oud a ieif-ii?r- woo f
th Rv. Jotxrn ?. tn.C-aD I'.in
York Cltv. , ':-.-" .."'.";