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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1879.
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Hon thorn lUinoiH.
M.11. llnrrn, Kditor.
JpOR SCPHKMK JUDGE-FIRST DISTRICT.
lfcercby annotiure royelf a candidate before the
people, al tue eummtf dune Mieciion, in me riri
Jn4iclal Dlmrict, for iheoffieK of Jiito of the mi
nreneconrt. JOHN II. MULKKY
,(JUrc lh 1879.
1X)R JUDGE OF THE CIRCUIT COl RT-
We are authorized to annouueu that Hon. Javkh
M..WAaHRURS.of W taniHun eounlv, la a eandl
data for the ufHee of Cimitl JuriL". for the Fimt
circuit, ubjitt lo the de.'Wuu of the Deniorrntlc
Indicia! ronveniion to bu held In Cairo ou the oih
u7f May, 18:9.
' We are authorir'-d to annonme Johv M. I.ohii:n
aa a cand date for C; renlt JiHlan in the rirxl .Hi
iliti&l Circuit, aubjuct to the decMou of the Demo
TO TUB DEMOCRATS OF THE FIRST
Acting under a resolution adopted on
the ad day of April, 1879, by thu Demo
mtic Judicial Committee of tlm first cir
cuit, nt a meeting held in ("aim, I do here
by call a delegate Convention of the Dem
ocrats of said circviit, to be held in Cairo,
Ulinoia, on Tuesday the sixth day of May,
181U, at ten o'clock, a. for the purpose
of nominating three candidate for the of
fice of Circuit Judge, to he voted for at the
ensuing J uiie election,
Under the bases of representation
adopted by the Committee of one delegate
for each two hundred votes and one dele
gate for each fraction of two hundred votes
jver one hundred, cast for the TiMen and
Hendricks electors, the counties composing
tlie circuit will each he entitled in the
convention to the following number of
delegates, viz :
Alexander 0 Pope 4
Franklin Tll'ulaski 4
Hardin 3Saline 5
Jackson lOX'nion 11
Johnson 4!Williamson 8
It Ls suggested that the Chairman of the
Democratic Central Committee of each
county call a convention for the purpose
f ideeting delegates on Saturday the ltd
dy of May, 1879. W. . Hauu,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
April 4, 1879.
General Lakavettk introduciid faro
Into America; BobSchcnck iB responsible for
the introduction of poker into England,
Caasiu M. Clay for introducing eucher, into
Eaiwia, nd the Dcmitcratic psrty for send
ing David Davis to the United States
A max by the namo of Dwight, ellrcted
&n insurance of '.'00,000 on his life, and
then, much to the disgust of the insurance
companies, he died. As the dying part ol
the transaction was clearly a "put up" job,
the insurance companies concerned, jealous
. -r their rights and of everybody else's, will
renlut the payment ot too policies.
A convict of the Chester penitentiary
named James W. Geary, succeeded in
making his escape from eight or ten years
Lard labor, by stealing a suit of clothes
belonging to one of the guards, and walk
iag off without attracting attention. He
bad been gone some time before his ab
ence was detected, and all effort to recap,
tins him proved uuavailing. Several
years ago the same follow walked out ol
tho Missouri penitentiary in much the same
- Tnit little patch of rncks and toil, known
M Bhodu Island, is, and always will be we
hope, an anti-Democratic Stute. It is now
erwuelmiugly Republican. This is true
perhaps of no other HUtu Id tlm Union.
This much known, tho reader will not be
narprised in the least to learu, that no for
ttign born person, although a fifty year rsi-
Xlejt, can voto in Khodo Island, unless he
owns property worth $1,000. Nor will rut
lw narpriied to lenrn that the proposition to
jpn the right of suffrage to onturnliacd
citizens who served honorably in the war,
was voted down by a majority of over two
to one! Swear as you choose, over this il
liberality thU uncovering of the meanest
of know-nothing instincts i but bear in
mind the while, that Rhode Island is over
Rkitiii.k ans of Springfield, in this
State, who were among fhe most unreason
able howlers at the confederate soldiers in
congress, turned right about, and while the
sound of their own bowlings was yet ring
in." in their ears, voted for ami elected a
confederate soldier to the office of Mayor
of tho capitol city of Illinois. If these
Republican people are not careful, some-
body, after awhile, will begin to su-pect
them of inconsistency.
JoAtiUiM Mim.ku r-ays he could write a
better thing than l'H. II. S. Pinalorc with
iKith hands tied behind him. This is mod
est, to say the least of it. While it is quite
impossible for the public to determine pre-
cisely what Joaquini miyht accomplish if
deprived of the use of his hands, of one
thing it is advised fully, and that is that
he should at once tie himself up and com
mence writing. If he can do as well as
lie says, ho will give ns a wonderful im
provement upon everything he has hitherto
'ow that General Fitz John Porter, has
been acquitted of all blame for the failure
to bag the hornet lackson, and his rebel
forces, there are those who are sufficiently
lost to all sense of honesty, fair-dealing and
common decency, to avow an unwilling
ness to restore him to his jwsition in the
army, or to even allow him his back pay.
Among these men we are sorry to say that
John A. IiOsrau is numbered. That Zach
Chandler would descend to such contempt!
ble meanness was anticipated; but better
things were looked for from Igan.
Inthk northern portion of Egypt a ter
rible famine has raged for months and the
finances of the khedive were in such an
impoverished condition that he could af
ford no relict. In three small provinces,
10,100 persons, including a large number of
children, actually starved to death. The
horrible spectacle was seen, fifty times a
day, of wild ravenous men and women,
gnawing the almost Jleshless bones of their
dead children. The worst has now been pass
ed; but should the Nile again fail to furnish
tho usual over-flow, the coming season will
witness scenes ot which those just pa.it will
serve but as a terrible foretaste. The pros
pects are most alarming.
"Thosk terrible confederatt
They propose to starve the government
death in 1879 as they tried to shoot it to
death in 1801." If the American Deonle
were fools, or preferred a lie to the truth,
the cunning jumble of words we have quo
ted would have their effect. But the peo- j
pie are neither fools nor knaves, and theic
foro know that, instead of the present Dem
ocratic Congress seeking to starve the gov
ernment to death, it is patriotically at
tempting to make a mot liberal provision
for it. The house ln passed the army ap
propriation bill, and is uo v preparing to
pass the legislative appropriation bill. The
Republicans oppose these measures; they
voted against the army bill, and they are
ready to vote against the legislative bill.
By vetoing these bills the President may
invoke the starvation of the army. If. he
dees, upon his shoulders, and upon the
party that advises him to su;li a course,
must rest the responsibility. The Demo
crats will, as stated, make abundant pro
vision lor all the department of govern
ment. If this provision shall fail to reach
the government, it will fail because the so
called President has interposed his veto.
These are the facts, ami Democratic papers
will see to it, that they are kept before the
THE WONDERFUL STAMPEDE FROM
The stampede of colored people from the
cotton plantations of Mississippi and the
northern parishes of Louisiana continues,
as an unaW.-il furore. Thousands Imv!
already left, leaviiitt a number of commu
nities bankrupt in thai upon which they
depend for existence, viz: manual labor,
and seriously affecting the planting inter
ests of both States. Hut this is not all,
Thousands of others are making ready to
leave, and to such a pitch has tho insanity
been brought that, if the means of trans
portation were at hand, iu twenty days
from this time Mississippi would not con
tain twenty thousand uble bodied ne
And how U this matter to be explained!
The attempt of the Republican party to
make political capital out f It, is so in
effably mean that decent men turn, away
from such 0u explanation, disgusted. There
can be but little doubt ab iut it that the
starling point may be found in Senator
Windom's Kansas colonization scheme
his picture of free homes
to tho oppressed and over-worked colored
toilers of tho South, corUnly had its effect.
If it did no more it paved the way for the
j ciMulng of the laud agents of Kuaos aud
of tho Missouri River and Kansas Pacific
ralroad company. These men, with colored
photographs, topics of fome of which we
have , illustrating the productions of
Kansas, hd a most wonderful effect. Pict
tires of Kansas hoaieacoinlortablo homes,
half concealed in a forest of grain-stacks;
fat cattle grazing upon the prairies; orch
ards bending under their wealth of fruit;
fat and ruddy-laced children, and every
conceivable sign of comfort and independ
ence, were pictured m a manner to set the
credulous and imaginative Southern negro
wild with impatience to be off. And there
were lithographs of the fruits und vegeta
bles of Kansas, too exaggerated most
villainously. Sheaves of wheat and oats
with straw eight feet long und heads cor
respondingly heavy; potatoes so large that
the negro man of the house 6at
upon one end of one of them, playing the
banjo, while the other end, covered with
ashes, was roasting in the tire. Underneath
this preposterous exaggeration was printed:
"This is the kind of potatoes that are
raised in Kansas." Cattle arc seen eating
off the rim of a halt pumpkin, on the in
side of which were two or three hogs root
ing about among the seeds. Turnips were
shown as large as sugar kettles; and in all
this abundance there were no indications
that it was the result of labor. Men loll
ing under the shadow ot their hay stacks,
or standing with pipe in mouth, viewing
their flocks and herds, were shown; and
the credulous, hard-run, over-worked Mis
sissippi negro, contemplating such ease and
plenty never dreaming of deception, never
thinking ot the means by wlueh such
plenty was probably acquired was quick
to conclude that Kansas was the negro
Canaan the colored man's Arcadia and
so thinking, the white man who sought to
dispel the enrapturing dream, was regarded
an enemy, ami held in deep suspicion. Of
course, where such wild and enthusing
visions of comfort and 'ndependence took
possesssion of the uegro mind, one object
at once became paramount to all others,
and that object was to get to Kansas.
Lousiana and Mississippi correspondents of
northern papers speak of the alarming
spread of the fearful delusion how it is
passing from the cotton fields of Mississip
pi to the cane-breaks of Louisiana and
from there to the rice plantations of Geor
gia. Il is exciting a wide-spread furore;
and the whites the land owners and busi
ness men are becoming greatly alarmed at
the promised result, but, thus far, have
been powerless can neither stop the exo
dus nor counteract the influences ths.t are
responsible for it.
What the result of this cxraordinary
movement will be, can readily be foreseen.
I . . . , r . 1 I .. 1 .1 .. . :t 1
moiisanns oi poor (leiuoeu creatures vvm
come to the most abject want in Kansas.
Communities then; are already organized to
keep them out the immigrants have no
means ot their own upon which to subsist
even for a week ; and before two months
elapse the government will be ( ailed upon
to issue rations to them to prevent actual
starvation. Meanwhile that portion of the
South, from which the negroes fled, will
fur.- but little better. Fields will remain
uncultivated, plantations will be aband
oned, and utter ruin will lie the portion of
thousands who, hitherto, have enjoyed an
abundance. A fearful end is this, even to
contemplate; but it will come, and that
right speedily, as a sad, a lamentable
MVCll SPHKt 11 MAKISC CA.MOUK S YM.I.OW
KKVKIl Sl'KCIKIC '1I1K NKOKO KXOIUS,
From our Special Correepondenee.
Washington, April 'J, 1879.
There is absolutely very little to report
of progress made by congress unless
speech-making may he so designated. Sev
eral exceptionally able efforts of that kind
have been brought out by the questions at
issue, and that of ex-Secretary Robinson a
few days since takes about the highest
rank, of any yet delivered, as a constitu
tional argument and exposition of the mat
ters in dispute. Of course it was irom the
Republican standpoint, and while his polit
ical opponents deny his premises and that
nsa matter of course hold tint all his reas
oning must have been fallacious, they
credit him with having set them about the
hardest "stint" of any of his party asso
ciates who have yet entered the arena
against them. The average congressman
seems disposed to take it moderately, even
complacently, ns though they hud months
of cool weather before them, instead of the
torrid season just at hand.
The few grains ol comfort afforded the
Democrats from the victory achieved by
the party at the ('hicugo election have been
more than eoiinter-balnnnd ,y reports
from the late April elections. So fi' UH
reported the Republican seems to have
made trains at about, every important point
wlpro national issues swullowed up 1"'
leterests in the several stjiii.s that held elec
tions this week, and Uepubli,.,,,, congress
men are corresponingly elated. It can only
havo the effect to make the contcBt now in
progress on Capitol Hill the more determin
ed, for no one now locks lor a c-jmprow-w
of any kind, at least not till the two bills
which called tho extra session, with their
riders, shall have run tin? presidential
gauntlet and ho has cleared up all doubts
as to his intentions in the matter, by ap
proving or vetoing them.
It is held by many of the officials who
have endorsed tho Gamgee yellow fever
specific that the recent outbreak of that
disease on a United Suites vessel after it
had been subjected to the freezing tempera
ture of a winter in Northern waters, is not
relevant as a test of the efficacy of the
method in question, simply because there
were many parts of the ship which escaped
the degree of cold requisite to insure the
death of the germs and which is uniformly
distributed by the thermo-glacial engine of
the (iamgee process, and to a degree sufii
eiently intense to absolutely insure the death
of every living thing within the range of
its distribution. The passage or rejection
of tho political riders attached to the ap
propriation bills that have rendered an ex
tra session of congress necessary, sinks into
comparative insignificance when contrasted
with this mutter of yellow fever
A moment's reflection will convince all save
those who make a living by politics, of the
truth of this assertion. There is no ques
tion that the Gamgee process had com
mended itself theoretically to a great many
educated men including eminent physicians.
It was hoped by all, and confideutally be
lieved by many, that a long stride had been
taken towards a complete mastery of the
pestilence by that method. Your corres
pondent was assured this morning by that
gentleman that the Associated )ns dis
patches had wlioily misrepresented the
views of Sec'y Thompson, and that far
troni iliscouraging it, he (the s.vrc!;irj was
the more anxious to practically test the re
frigeration process since the ombreak on
All accounts agree that there is no per
ceptible diminution of the emigration fever
anions the frecdinen
EvKimiUMi Goks Wrong. In the bod
ily machanism when the liver gets out of
order. Constipation, dyspepsia, contamina
tion of the blood, imperfect assimilation
are certain to ensue. But it is easy to pre
vent these consequences, and remove their
cause by a course of Hostetters Stomach
Bitters, which stimulates the biliary organ
and regulates its action. The direct p'sult
is a disappearance of the pains beneath the
ribs and through the shoulder blade, the
nausea, headaches, yellowness of the skin,
furred look of the tongue, and sour odor of
the breath, which characterize liver com
plaint. Sound (ligation and a regular
liiiOil t.C l.O'lr aro 1 .lu.-t,iu JS al.iO heCUTcd
by the use of this celebrated restorative of
health, which imparts a degree of vigor to
the body which is its best guarantee ot safe
ty from malarial epidemics. Nerve weak
ness and over-tension are relieved by it, ami
it improves both appetite and sleep.
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navv
ALLXANDKK COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Sircft,
F. BHOSS. President.
I'. NKFF, Vico-l'ieau'.rtn.
H. WKLI.S. Cuuler.
T. J. KKKTII, AepiMant Cannier.
F. Bntaa, Cf.iro;
Ivtcr Nell, Cairo;
C, M. Oaterloh.
K. Ruder. 'airo;
William Kir.i'f. C!ro;
William Wolf. Cairo;
R. I. llUlitik'i'ley. St. Louis,
J. V. Cleiaiion, Caledonia.
C.F.N KRAI. RAN KIMi HUSINKHS DONE. El
V chaiipe poM and bmijlit. Interest puid in the
Mi inn Department. Collectlorm mauo and nil
Mi inn jiepitrtrnent. collect
liiiiit:iia pri)inpllr attended to.
jNTERJ'RISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March :jl, Hit!!).
OFFICIO IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTKRKSTpaid on depoeit March If t and Sep
tember 1 tt. Intercut not withdrawn la adflcdlni
inedlutely l the prinripnl of the deposit, therehy
giving them compound IntereK.
r1" Children and married women may deposit
money and iiooiip else ran draw it.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Trkahckk.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
II. I.. II.M.I.IDAV, Vice I'roideut.
WALTER 11 VSI.OP, Cashier.
a. tTAATH TATI.nn, W. P. nAt.T.MUT,
IIKNIIV t.. HAI.UllAT, K. II. d NMXUHiS,
U, 1). WII.UADNON, 1-1 Kill KN IUI,
II. H. CANllKB.
Exchange, Coin und United States Honda
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
DepoaiU received ut t (roeral bkuklnr botlaeM
pSURANCK AGENCY OF
"Wells & Kkrtii,
Iloyal Canailiiiii c.?.fi!.li:iold.
Will Vllln ',Flr() 1,1,1 Marine (Mlllvlllo, N.J.)
All IIM lilt, f Asacia, $l,4,r,..
PniTirVll'lVl'slI I (0f Nuw YorlcClly).
I.UIIUI1U 1 1(11 ( A-I1U,M $:,I5,5H.N.
Illlioil i(0f 1'1'llsdelphla; .wtalillchedin ISO).)
UJUUII f Aaeela, $:i',lti2.lW.
Fireman's . . iny"n.oA
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATKK.
Offico in Alexander Cmiutv ItanU.
I I -
- ps S
(iF.NKRA I. 1! mini WHISK.
C. M ANNY,
WfcoletaU nit Rila.l
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
('onimcn ia' -noc, i
Comer Klcnih Mreet.t
JfKW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Larirest Vdiicty stock
l.V TI1K CITY
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nlr.cu Till tn- ; fcr.d i
Commercial Ave., f
O. O. PATIKIt cV, CO.
MI'TI'AL AID SOC1 KIT.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INMJi
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July Hth, 1877, Under the hiwant
the HtAte of Illinois. Copyrighted .Inly
9, 1877, under Art of CoBsresfc.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Pnsmn.sT.
Mas. r. A. TAYLOR, Vii-b-I'hkhidrnt.
J. A. OOLDSTINK, TiutANt iiKit.
Da. J.J. GORDON, Mi. Aiivicob.
THOMAS LEWIS, . bsmhTAHV.
HOARD ok manaokhs:
J.J (if)RDON. PtiTnlrian Cairo, Ills
Mm. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent nf
Scho'ila, Aleiander (,'uuuty " "
Mr. K.C. FORI), Variety Jlracket Store, "
J. A. OOLDSTINK. of (iolilHtlni. XU-
(eiiHaler, Wknlecalv and Retail Dealers
in Staple and Fancy Dry (mod " "
N. II. TIIISTLKvv ODD. uf Illnklu A
TlilHtlewood, C(iniiiililiiii Merchauti',
Cotton and Tobacco Fact era " "
S. D. AYF.KH, of Ayera ii Co., Comml-
lon Merebani " 11
THOMAS LliWIS. liiMirunco Mimaner
and Attorney at J,.w "
WM. STRATl'ON, uf htnillon A liird,
Wholeni (iroirra , " "
OKO. M. ALDKN, CotmniHaion Mer-
rhlilil, rH Ohio Levee " "
JAN. H. RKARDKN. Aelit Mlaalaaippl
Vulli.y Triiiiiiirtall(iii Company " "
IIAKllfNON IIOUPT, Wnlchiiiafo-r and
Jewel,. r ,. " "
CIIAS. R. STUART, W iiiiiale ami Re
.... I i)Tl '"'".I and Notion "
UPWARD A. III'DKR, Maniiructurlni:
Jeweler and Wholcanln Dealer in
WhIi IiiiimL,,..' T....I- .l U.l..rlN
EDWIN R, KUSKW, Proprietor St.
Clmrliw II., lei , "
I1A.KN LKlUllTON,Comiiiilou Mer-
Dr. KliWAHl) R. RoK. U. . Marslial
, Soniliern Dlstrint lllinola P.V.V.'To.l .'
Mtm H A AYKHS Mill Kinyt'
Dr. it', k jutIniAM,'pny"lcin..fiiilfttUBpoUN. Ind
liKLATT. .e t.
Au.mt ,,,,, iuw.
J. U UUUJY.MnrUianl. MerlUna.Minf.
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.wiil.ar It ha.aiwiya doni . .dmcaio
the princlpli ioftlie Deinurralic par
ity, holding that they embodr Uia tuly
jprini iple upvn wlilcn a n puhli. aa
"oiemuieut can b admlniatereri.
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IvI.i.i.i.li. ip.uer .ill aphold tho party iljrhtot
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iwron it will deiionnce, frltily,
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: Dthplaw-d alvenipt-mruta will le
charj;. d cctir.luiK- lo tb apace, al
ahONe ral'a -there hem; twc.u Lcia
ol n.lid Ope lo the Inch.
To rejr'ilar dcr.ier we ofTer an
perior iudiicmeiaa. both aa to rati a
of chrge aud maimer ol Cl-plj.ic
Noiirea in loc eolumna iuaerleil
(for twenir a nta per line Oral inaer
itiou; leu cent p. r liue for cum n.i
Special noticea inaerlcd for :en
ceuta in r line for Ural Itiaer.lou; dtu
t-riii inr earn auiia.-cjm nt inaer.um
Noticea of dia.li lU niauiaeea
tw ntj ci i,r p,-r line.
All TctlLr kntl ami enn,n,i,i.i.l,..B
aLui.ld In- aildiewid lu
Tin C'airo UulltJtin
K. A. Ill RNtTT.fiener'i.Vana-cr.A
N UN PARALLELLED OFFER.
A FHEK TJ:STTUIAJ.
OF ONF OF '
HEALTH R EST0U IN; PADS
Wc will aend one of onr HI: A LTD LFS'IOH
INO PADS to any Invalid utlil. iiU with Live
Complaint, CHILLS and FKVhR, INDIOLS
VION, COSTIVKNKSS, Neivoua Headache
Dyapt pala, Nrrvona Delilllt.v and Itnpiire llloud,
If they will acini il tlielr a uipli,ii, unci nil
dreari and ai'ree to aejid ua SJ.UO if it iflVre,
a euro to their t-UIInt autlaluctioii, olliej-Aiai
theru will be no eharxe. We Mli do tlil to con
vIiicm tbo public of lliu aupenor vxiue an
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will An all wo hhv. Ah tinMif!'
will nit'eaanrily ho limited In niiinher, we hnpi
llierflurv, au "uriy aplilieatiou will he made. Ad
drear, ery 1'eapectftillv Youra.
K- Mm aireet, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Phyalclsna apeak lu Term of Praiae in fiivor of II I
u i:ivn i pad. j
.... . n ,, i. uiie i-, i -,,,1 .
Tlailiic had romeeoiialdenilile a. iunliiiin,i-e wl
the operulion ol the Pli.t, I eiin toiicieiieloio
reconinieinl n aa mi excellent len.edy In ull the d
fftcea for whlih Dr. Foi'lie enin.NelM l une.
Hit. .1. llALI.OW KLL,
Sllldi oije .Street, t'lnciunail.
WliHt llcv. Joaeph Emery, tin; Mull-known Cf'v
, . , Cincinnati. June !i0. ISVlip
ll.vlllll IDll 11 l.lllff HI MlluUll..,.. U lll. l. ..I..M
..n .... , - .M.-e -- -1 n, ii t, ii ii iir, roriii.: .
I am aullalled that whatever herecouiineiid he ilil
"U tOI'eieiM iuii.i;, nilU Will lirOVt. Hl IIMy prOtllt.'
I'KV. JOSKPH KMKKY!
j'.Ainicui irom a lew or iuu Many lttera fruquun
ri eivii nt IUO tiuien.
One aava! - "1 leel ihm v.,na l,u h,.... .
I'fe." Aliollier aava:-."Vonr Pad Inn. In.i rm.h
lliycaac. It liua enthelr Minovid my coatlvetu
aud conaeiiuent Sick lli'.Hiliu lie." A,,,,il,.., u ri,.
Your Pail attenik-it atrlctly to hiialnea. mid
forty-eli!lil hour 1 fell aa well aa vr," Anuth
k Vnlir Purl Ima enri.fl n.u ,,r llllll.....H...u --.I - .
pld Liver. I am belter thuu I ha boon In Iwie
era " KU1 another aaya:-1 rata endarod .11
borrora nm ln oat of a torpid Llr and Drfpepi
Aftiir using your pad all !( ilia liiflmn.'' (,
nioir :-"l havo naed your Pad. with portnclly a,
laetorr roaul.a. mxit atnprlw un...a .t....1
winfirmi huo mo .,,.