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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Treasurer H. K. Irlr.
Clerk -J. B. PbillL.
Counselor -Win. H. (iilhcrt.
Mar.hal--0. I). Artcr.
Police Maijl.trate J. .1. KiM.
boaiid or Ai.nKiuay.
Klr.t Ward (ico. Yocuin. Wm. O'Callahan.
Second Ward-Wood Itlttcnhouae,, N. U. Thistle
wood. Third Ward- W. P. Wright, John Wood,
fourth Ward - Charle. o. Patler, J). J. Foley.
J'itlU Ward -T. W. llalllday, Ctia. Uncwter.
Circuit .Jiid'.'e- O. A. llarUer
Circuit Clerk -J. A. Ite.vev
(.'utility Jinltrc - K. H. Yocnm.
C'onuty Clerk- H. J. Milium
Cuunty AtUiru.y-W. ('. M i!!e.
County Trea.urer- A. J. Allien.
ShiTtfl -John Hodea.
County Commissioners-'!' W. lUllblay,
Brown, Samuel Hrile.
AHtK'AS M. K. -Fourteenth street, between
Wtiluiit and Cedar streets; scnlces Sabbath 11
a. in. aud T::io p. m ; Sunday School I :; u. iu.
tlllltlSTIAN- Kinhlcenth street; mttetin,' Sab
) lialh 10:.Ui . ru.; preachiii;: occa.ionally
(Ull'ItCII OK THE UKDSKVPrn-HKiiNoniml
J Fourteenth .tree); Morning prayer, tsabbatto
M::) a. in.; evening pravein, 7::l p. m.; Sabbath
.chool S in. iter. St. J.' Dillon-Lee, Hector.
IIKHT MISSIONAItV BAPTIST CIU'IU II -P
Preai lilug at U::a. hi., :i p. in , aud ?:: p. iu.
Sabbath school It 7::.) p. m. licv. T. .1. Shores,
J ti'HEKAN -Thirteenth atreet: .ervlce. Sab
4 batu 11 a. ai. aud 7::JU p. iu. ; Sunday s hool 9 a.
iu. Kev. DucriKbuer, uaelor.
METHODIST :or. Eighth and Walmt .trcets;
Preaibln Sabbath 10::ju a. m. and 7 p. ni.;
prayer meetiu;;. Weduesdav 7::l p. m ; Sunday
School, :i p. m. Ret. A. 1. Morrison, pastor.
IKKSHVTE IttAN Klulitb street; pnaibina on
Sabbath at MM a. m. and 7:' p. ro.; prayer
meeting Wednesd.v at 7:Uu p. in.; Sunday School
at :) p. ri. Krv. It. V. Oeorge, pastor.
L-KCOND FREE Will. KAITIST - Kifteirth
O atreet. between Ws'uut acd Cedar Mrevt.; ser
vice. Sabbath at Z and 7:1) p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S (Koinan CaUioIici Corner Cross
and Walnut alrruta; .crviccs Sabbath lO.'Jba.
in ; Sunday School at it p. ni.; Vesper. H p. m.; er-
Tire, every day at S p in.
il .m... i . l Wn.l.iuifiiiii i-'juc: aervii' Sab
im!!i it and 10 am.; 'ei.Tii :i p tn. ; Souday S luxil
Z p. Hi ; wr.loei every day at p. in. Itev . . Zabel,
LLIXOIS CI INTRA L 11. R.
1 : -1
Shortest uiul tyuirkt"t I'.outc to
St. I .ouis and (Jliicay;o
yY. nt iv road runiiic ,vfo 'lai.y trnui. from ( ano
1 uj aklii d .-'-i t couij'
ioh 'tu r.k.irru :inr
TiiAis" t.4vr. i .nu
vr. i aiiui.
nrr:iun In Si. I.ouia 7 : Vi
1 10 p m.; Kat expr-
p. iu. ; t liii b 5 1 a ni
1 :1 . in. CINCINNATI A IH'ISVILI.K
Arriving in Cln Iniiati at 7;0U a. m : l.oji- .illf.
7:. in.: Imliatupoii, 4 ' a. in. J'a.wn-i, b)
l In tra.n an'.ve at above point
irro w noriis in advanck
(if any other ro'ite.
".Ijiii ii, K:it Mnil. wttbaleepi-ra attached, fo'
i M'. I.Dl'IS and t'lllCAMi, arnvms In St.
Irfiain ttii .VX. .: Cbliatfolt H: m . ioiiij.m t
i.'iL' a' Oulu o: K tbu;b tin t jr Cincinnati. Liaiville
FAST TIME EAST.
J k cyl.'Vi ' WI fcy ,n'" ,,'ri"1"1'
rill'' u i tlir Kat vntboit: any
delay canned bv Sum'.ay lntt-rveuiii. The Salnr
!. aflerncHin ;r.n from Cairo arrive Iu New York
MjiiiIhv tnoriilntjal lo -r,. Tbtrty nU tiour iu ad
vance of inv other route.
I' VIver'.l-enii'tit ( roinpetlns rti' n tb:it thv
mike In Iter time than tbia one aie ii.ucd t itto r
tiiroiish iiriioranre or a de.ire to mUli ad the public.
Kor through ticket, ard Informatioii apply at llll
noia central Mailroad ocpot. t airo.
TltUNS AltlilYE ATCAIKd:
KTlirena - P :"
,1 s ,t(i!l.SS(iN.i.in I SoiUli
J II ,HNK-.Tikvl Aent.
t 'lllH til.
10 t ST. LOl'IS 15. u.
It. W.SM1TIIKKH, ItiH-flvor.
SHOrtTKST SHOUT LINK HKTWEKX
('Allto AND ST. LOUIS.
TUroncb Kxprex leatea t alro
Tlirouch Kxprc. arrive at K. St Until
Through Kiprw-a leavi'a K. St. I.ouia..,
'I'l.n.iiuh Kvnre arrive, at Cairo
1: Kip, in.
Murphyiihoro accommodation leave. ('alto 1
JIu-plivNlioio Arc. arrive, al Murphyboro H:
alurphylinM ec. arrive, ai aim...
...VI 15 p. in.
TheCn'roA St !,ou! Hull linad I
the only all
lUilltoutr between t aim and St. i.oul. nnder one
iniuaeuieut, tberelore there are no ueiaj. ai
way i-tations awaiting rniiuectinna froutothi r lines,
close and ure connections at si. I.ottl" with other
Hue! for Ninth, East and West.
,1. A. NAlKil.E.
L. M. JOHNSON
1AIBO fc V1NCENNES li. It.
ft f IT ICI THE SHORTEST ROL'TK TO
Ul Mali IV) KvanMVlUo.
Al Mil TO TIIK 8IIORTRST TO LOl'IS
il SiWiYX) VII. IK. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMOUK AND WASHINGTON.
'M Mil VQ THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN;
i MlliliS APol.lS.PIllLADKl.PlllA.NEW
VOUli AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trAlu of all other route, making the aamc
I W Pas'i'tiaem by other roni.a Ui taalto cotinnc
lion, mu.t ride all night, waiting from on to. I
bnura at .mall country mtlmi lor traiut of cou-
1? IcAf WT nVl?TIIK FACT snd takfl out AM
li riAl rjAl 13 Vdli t, ,, train, reaching Evau.
Tlllfl, ludlaiiapolla. (Mtic.lnnatl and I.nnl.vlllo aatnu
j.u 'ivi. i.,.iii ui. I srslvii .1 Calm aa follow. ;
Mall leave. .I'ii'1"
w.il arrive. 10:110 n.m
Through tkketi and eliccki to ill ltiiioiiaiit
r! a"'mim,rr roswei.i. mii.ur.
Oen'l I'a... Acent, Oeliertil Sup I,
1.. B. I'll tjHlL!!?ft!)Ki-1
DYKINU AND ERNOVATINO.
you It OLD CLOTHES
CAN nil BIAtmm.LT
DYED Oil REPAIRED
At a TtIIHiik Rxprmaf-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHELI.RY, NO. SO XIGHTK ST.
NEW GUN 8H0P.
If, E. INCH,
NEW GUN SHOP,
I'ommf rciiil Ave., ojiosite Seventh it.
CAIKO, : : : UA.IXOIH.
Giihs, PistoN, Sttfctj and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CIIOKK BORING ON BRKACH LOADI.NCI CL'NS
All work guaranteed atinfactory. at cheaper rate,
ntnjcajibeobtained at any other place. In the city.
WHOLESALE WINES AND MQUOR.".
J, SMYTH it CO.,
Whole'.? aud llctsll Dealera In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. 60 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. have con.tantly a larSe
.took of the het good In the market aud (five
epeclat attention to the wnolenale branch f the.
V. II. Stock fletli. FreilollnHross.
StOCKFLBTII it BliOSSj
Sacceor to K. M. Stx.k!leth,
l:iixrtfr8 ami Whnlstile ilea lore in
Foreign and Domestic
LIQl'ORS AND WINES,
l.'bine. Kelly Island. Catawba. California and ini
pori.'d l'u;t, SU'-rrv, Meoara Wines and I hatu
jiaglies. NO. C'.'OIIIO LEVEE, CAIItO, ILL
Boots AM) snof.
Manulacuirer and Healer in
HOOTS AND SHOES.
LcatluT and Kindiiis
No l ( orittii rei.il Ave.. Ilct. Fiiilt and Sixth Sn.
C.VIIIO, 1 I.J ,1N(M.,
Keep.cori'tantlvoii hand a lane aortuu'iit of
tirut. and l.adieo Hoot" and MicM'f ot all ctyle
and tif.ru, and of the very bet of St Louis and
( iiii iniiHt i Hand made work: sold ibeaper than
rw-r helnp'. and cheaper than like'oodatan be ob
tained In thia city.
A!o. alvtay. mi hand a !sr'e tock of I.eathernnd
Kiudini:" td all deKi ripliou. soi.l erv clove.
XKW MEAT MARKET.
Si'.'uof tU Biiffalo Head
No no. (itiio l
K0F.1ILKR HROS., Proprietors,
.lOKAUKliU A writ.
A fnll and rumple!" .npplv of the ).t of all
kind, meat always on hand. Order, filled at any
hour. da or night.
Dealer in Kresh Meat.
.11,-twcou Waishinijton anil Coin
iiii'clil Av,, mlioinins Iltinn.VH.
KEEPS for lalethc bet Reef, Pork. Mutton. Veal,
l.ainh, Sausage, Ac., and i. prepared to serve
raiullle. in au acceptable niauner.
PROPRIRTOIt OP SPROAT'S PATENT
ICK UYTHE CAIt LOAD OUTOX, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Speeinltv.
o V f'lUK:
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
BULLET! X ItlNDKKY.
Corner Twelfth Street.
K. A. BURNETT, Puoprietou.
BTISrD I N Gr
Of all descriptions to order at
ITU L, 1 NrG
To Order cm Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads. 5 and 0 Pound
Bill Heads, It and 10 Pound
Statements, 5 and (' Pound
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER,
Envelopes, Tugs, Cards.
"Whito and Colored
HORNING. APRIL 17, 1879.
I) R 0 P S V,
I never .hall
Forget the First Dose.
Oh. U.K. Km.:- l''-Nt-
liear Sir.-1 have bci-n a great KitfTerer from drop
sy. I was c.oniined to my hou.e more than a year.
Six inonthi. of the time I wan entirely IicIi1ch.. I
was obliged to uhvij two men help me In and out of
bed. I was swollen in iui lies lamer than my nuln
ral .Inc. around my wain. I .uttered all a man
could and liv. j tried a rcmedl-. for drop.v, I
had three duTerent doctor.. My friends all expec t
I would die; many night. I expected to die. tie
fore morning. At lust VeKetlne was sent to in by
a Mend. I upver slmll forgot the first clou-. I could
reall.o Its good effect, from day to day; I wa. tret
tlng better. After I had taken nonius or tt botllea
I could sleep q, wellulhl.. I began to gain
now quite lust. After taking some ten bottle., 1
could walk from one part of my room to the other.
My appetite wn good; the dropsy bad at tbla time
disappeared. I kept taking the ogctlnu until 1 re
gained my umal health. T heard of a great many
enrea by iislnj Ycetiuc after I got uut and wa. ublu
to attend to uiv work. I am a curueulcr and builder.
I will also sal it das cured au aunt of my w il'e'aof
euraigta, wliu ba,' autlered for more mau vi years.
She sttyi .lie has not bad auy neuralgia for eight
month.. 1 have given it to one of my children for
Canker Humor. 1 have no doubt in my mind it
whi cure anv lililiw, It Is great cleanaer or trie
blood; it la Vnfe to give a child, 1 will recommend
II to the world. Mv father is eighty vear. old, aud
he say. there I. nothing like it to give strength, aud
life to an aged peron. I can not be too thankful
for the use of it. I am. verv gratefully.
Yours. JOHN H. NOTTAOE.
All Iiiska.kh op Blooii. If Vegutine will relievo
Pain, cleanse, purify, and cure hiii-Ii diHi-n.es. restor
ing the patient to perfect health utter tryinir differ
ent physicians, many remedies, and aufl'erttig lor
years, is It not conclusive proof, if you area sufferer,
you can oe cured : vwiv I. tnls medicine perioral
lng.tich ureal cure.? It works in the blood, in the
circulating fluid. It can truly be called the (treat
Blood Purifier. The irroat source of disease origin
ate, iu the blood; and 110 medicine t hut dim. not
act directly upon it, to lmrlfv and renovate, ha anv
jiut claim upon public attentiuii.
I owe my Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
Nkwport, K.V.. Apr. $. 1S79.
Mb. If. U. Srivisa:-
lcar Sir:- Having suffered Irnm a breaking out of
Cankerous Sore, for more than five years, caused
by an accident of a fractured bone, which fracture
ran into a runiiina .ore. hihI have used evervtbiug
I could think of. aud nothing helped me until I bail
taken six bottles of your valuable medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the apothec ary. recommended very high
ly. The sixth bottle cured me, and all I can sav is.
thut 1 owe my health to your valuable Vegetiue."
Your most obedient servant.
A I. B Kin' VON BOEDER.
"It i. unnecessary for me to .numerate the dis
ease, for which the Ykuktinr .liotild e used, i
kunw of no dlseasu which w ill not admit of it. use
with itoodresnlt. Almost inmimc rablecnmplaltits
are caused by poisonou. secretions iu the blood,
wbi:h can be entirely expeleil from the system by
the use ol the Ykoktink. W hen the blood i. per
fectly cleansed, the disease rapidly y ields ; all pains
tease; neaitny action is promptly restored, and tne
patient i. cured.
Cured me when the
Cincinnati, O.. Apr. in, 1STT.
M11. 11. K Stevens :-
Der Sir: 1 was .erlouslv troubled with Kidney
Complaint lor a inn tune, i have consiutea tin
l-st doctor, iu this city. huve used your 'eok
tin tor this al.ease. and it ha. cured me when the
i'ictin unen 10 uo .0.
Your, truly. E UN EST DI'RIrt.VN,
Ite.ideuee. tl-Jl Race Street;
Place of busluess. .ltd Cent. Ave.
H. it. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetine is Sold l!y all Druggists.
.Ik-sk Hinkli, N. B Tiii.n.RwooD, J. 11 Muoce
1 1 L K LE, T 1 1 ISTLEWO OD
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos. P.'i aud P.T Commercial Avenue.
t'AIUO, II. I..
t3ry"liiberal Advancement, made ou Consign
ment, of Tobacce, Flour, aud (train.
ECAg nt (or Gear. Seott A Co. threshing ma
chine., portable .aw mill and thrchiui! engines.
Agent. IbrChatnpiou haivv.liug inachlne., uiuwer.
f ALL II) AY BROTHERS,
FLOCK, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiarhest Cash price Paid for Wheat,
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
CaUPKXTEU AND CONTRACTOR,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
Cbetweeu Waihlngtoa aud Walnut.)
Kstiiiiates ou building, ou losses by Are
or otherwise made on short notice.
AM work Intrusted to hltn will receive prompt
itteutioa. and will bicuudlu a at Jtactvry
MARKETS BY TKLEORAPR
LiVF.itroo!,, April 10,3:00 i. . Wheat
unclianged Winter, 8s 11 d,'Js4d; Spring,
7s Cd Ss 2d; California average, 8s 9d
9s ,'Jd; Califurnia clul., Os 3d 9s 7d.
Corn new 4s fld.
NEW YOIIK (1HAIX.
New York, April 1C, 12:00 m.-Wheat
nominal No. 2 Chicago, II 001 01:
No. 2 Milwaukee, t 02; lied Win
ter, ifl 02 1 12;No. 3 lied 'Winter,
1 12(1 154;No. 2 Amtier, 1 09
1 09. Corn quiet Stemner, 434'; No.
K 4:3; No. 2. 44..
ClUCAOO GRAIN AND PKODCCK.
Chicago, April 10, 10 a. m. Pork
May, $10 10; June, $10 17. Corn
May, !14347i; mo 'iris- Wheat
-May, 88J; June, 90.
Chicago, April 10, 12:00 m. Corn-
May, ai.OSlft. Wheat -May, 88?4';
June, 90'g. Purk -May, $10 07 ; June.
Chicago, April 1(1, 2:;i0 i m. WVat,
M ty, 89; June, 90;4'. Corn-May, '.14; ;
Juno. :Jj.'4'. Pork-May,
p 971;; June,
10 07.10 10.
Special to the Times-Journal.
Washington, April 14. After the pass
age of theOamgee refrigerating ship bill, to
freer.c out yellow fever, by the house to-day
Mr. Chalmer.of Mississippi, rose to a per
sonal explanation, and asked that acommit-
tee be appointed to investigate his connec
tion with the Fort Pillow massacre. As this
request grew out of a speech made by Itep-
reseutativts Dutterworth, at Music Hall.
Cincinnati on the 5th inst. it brought Butter-
worth to his feet, and he explained that he
alluded to General Chalmer in that connec
tion because he (Chalmer) was best kuown
for his partiepntion in that affair. The res
olution was allowed to go over for the pres
ent. IlRAr.o'b lil.AST.
Mr. Bragg, of Wisconsin, stirred up a
hornet's nest by his amendment to abolish
the Southern claims commission. In ad
vocatinp; bis amendment, he said that in
point oi laet mere were no loyal men in
the South during the rebellion, and those
who sought to recover trom the government
on that ground were dishonest.
Mr. Garfield, replied and showed that
Tennessee nnd Kentucky furnished plenty
ot good tight ing material for the Union
army; nnd so the day was spent in wrang
ling, which prevented the house from reach
ing the political amendments on the legis
got the floor of the senate ou the army bill
and lor two long hours tired shot and shell
into the ranks of the Democracy from
closely written manuscript abounding in
figures which were intended to explain and
account for the large Democratic gains in
the Southern states through tho questiona
ble means employed by the white leaguers.
lie did not conllne himselt squarely
to the quustton relating to the use of troops
at the K1I. and his speech would have
been dove-railed into the debate yet to
come up on the legislative bill better thun
the present one.
followed and had nutcwiMuded when the
senate adjourned .
After the experience of yesterday in the
house, tho Republicans have about conclu
ded to abandon all efforts to prevent the
Grrcenbackers from attempting financial leg
islation, giving ns a reason therefor that their
course is liable to be misunderstood aud that
they will be charged with obstructing the
business of congress, therefore .will let the
Greeiilmckers run to the end of their tether
with their vicious legislation and allow
them to share the honor with their Demo
Acting upon the bait thrown out by
Stephens, of Georgia, the uicmbtrs are fil
ing their Ulls through the petition box, and
the indications arc that the committee, be
fore whom the financial bill come, will
have their hands full.
THi: ILLINOIS CAPITAL.
4 Special to tho Tlmf .Journal.
Sprint, field, III., April 13. This morn
ing at tho opening hour a cood working
quorum was present iu tho house. Mr.
Bo wen's bill providing for a uniform Belies
of school liooks which was pending at ad
journment Monday w.us nuieudcd by author-
lr.ing tho governor, secretary of stato and
superintendent ot public instruction to
annul any contract when the work is not
performed satisfactorily and again ordered
the bill to a third reading.
Mr. Murray, of Cook, introduced a reso
lution extending tho courtesies of tho Gen
eral Assembly 4to Edward O'Meagher Con
don, au Irish eiilo from EngluU authority,
NEW SEMES-NO. 254.
who h now in tho city, which was adopted.
The resolution says: "That though a hon-
tile government may consider him a felon
we consider him deserving our highest
Mr. Morrison's hill amending the law in
relation to guardians and wards was taken
up and ordered to a third reading.
Mr. Wentworth's bill making appropria
tions to complete the Douglass monument
was ordered to a third reading.
Mr. Granger's bill in relation to receiver
of savings banks was called up and passed
with the emergency clause.
The bill to pay the militia for services
during the riots of 1870 was taken up and
passed. The only opposition to the bill
came from the three Socialistic members.
Wrenched and Racked by the pangs of
rheumatism, the joints eventually become
grievously distorted, and sometimes assume
an almost grotesque deformity. To pre
vent such results by a simple and agreeable
means is certainly the part of wisdom. A
tendency to rheumatic ailments may I
successfully combatted with Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, the medicine with a pres
tige of a long and successful career, of un
bounded popularity, and of emphatic pro
fessional endorsement. It removes from
the Wood those inflammatory impurities
which pathologists assign ns tho cause of
rheumatism, and not only purifies the life
current, but enriches it, promoting vigor by
fertilizing its source. Digestion, the action
of the bowels and the secretion of the bile,
are aided by it, and it impels the kidneys
and bladder to a tegular and active per
formance of their functions. It is beside
a thoroughly reliable remedy for, and means
of preventing, periodic fevers.
A well known merchant of San Fran
cisco started out the other morning for the
purpose of attending the wicked and sacrile
gious "Passion Pla.y" In vain his good
wife endeavored to dissuade him from his
purpose and solemnly warned him that if
ho persisted the judgment of heaven would
certainly overtake him. With a rude reply
the scoffer hastened away and soon wa
numbered anions' the giddy, heedles'
throng at the ploy-house. When the irrev
erent scene was at an end he joined some
equally hardened mends nnd went to one ot
those gilded palaces of sin called a billiard
hall'. Thus it is that one false step leads to
another. The next morning the merchant
was found in semi-paralyzed condition upon
his lront eteps, his hat crushed, his clothes
muddied nnd murmuring half intelligible
words, a condition from which he recovered
only after hours of harrowing anxiety had
ween passed uy his agonized tatmly. The
merchant himselt could not account tor Ins
condition, and agreed with the rest it must
have been the result of some terrible visita
tion of an outraged Providence. This is a
warning the young cannot lay to heart too
deeply. San Francisco Call. "
All that have once used it pronounce
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup the best medicine
known for thecomplaintsof early childhood.
23 cents a bottle.
A LOVE STORY.
From the Denver (Col .) Tilbune.
He came into the Tribune office with an
air besides that which followed him from
the door which denoted that he under
tood perfectly the gravity of the occasion
as well as the dangerous position he wss
placing himself in.
"Why," he asks, falteringly and in ac
cents wild, of the first man that could be.
found who was not busy, "why did Mr.
Luer marry a violiniste?"
"Give it up, sir! give it up! What's that
t me?" demanded the editor sternly.
"Why, I just thought you'd like t
"Well, why did Mr. Luer Marry a vio
liniste!" The visitor grew deathly pale and
nervously clutched the door knob, bat he
raised up his voice nnd spake, and when he
spake, he said :
"Because he loved Urso."
And now a mound of fresh ' earth, a
wreath of cut flowers and two pine board
aliout seven feet apart, mark the last rest
ing place of the brilliant, but ndvcntumtu
young mau. The editor is preparing to
go to Pueblo, and will probably have
the preliminaries completed by the time of
the opening of the new State institution
there for the use of great but injured
minds. Such is life.
Sound repose is so essential to good health
that we feel surprised to know any on
would risk loss of rest from cough and clds,
when a bottle of Dr. Bull's Congh Syrup
would give refreshing slumber.
llEi.Mnoijy's Medicinal PKKrAiUTioss.
Helmbold's various medical preparation
have for the last twenty or more year oc
cupied a prominent place on the shelves of
every respectable druggist and physician ia
the land. The skill displayed in their pre
paration, the invariable promptness and
efficiency of their action, the absence of
nauseous and disgusting taste or odor, and
the attractive manner in which they are
put up, have made them universal favorites.
Especially ia this tho case with HelmUld
famous Buchu, a medicine which hat bo
come indispensable to the treatment of a
large and troublesomo class of diseases,
particularly those which effect tho diges
tive aud urinary organs. As a diuretic, it
is invaluable, and tho great advantage it
posessos over othcrpreparations is the abso
lute purity of the ingredients, and the uni
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