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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN-
Mayor Henry Winter.
Trewillrnf-B. K. Parker.
Counselor-Wtu. B. Gilbert.
Marahel-C. l. Arter.
Attorney-W. Q. McUe.
Follce alegWlrete J. J. Bird.
HOARD Of ALUIRIIIN.
Iftrat Wird-dno. Yocnni. Win. OTsllehan.
Seoond Ward-Wood Riteuhon.e, N. B.Thistle
ood,. Third Wtrd-W. P. Wrlglt. JohD Wood.
Fourth Ward -Charles O. ratler, V. J. Foley.
Fifth WardT. W. lUIUdty, Chan. Lamasler.
Circuit Judge-O. A. Harker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Keevei.
County Judge It. H. Vocaiu.
County Clerk 8. J. Hatuin.
County Altorney-W. C. Malkoy
Cou n ty Tress u rer A . J . Aide u .
Sheriff John Hodges.
County Commissioner.-!. . Hallldsy, .
Brow ii, rt.muel Brlley.
A MICAS M.
K. FuurtMtbtli Hret, between
iinut and Ctdur .treete: service. Sahbnla 11
( a.m. and 7:3i) p.m.; Suudey richool u. m.
'"IllftlSTIAN-ftghleenlh street: meeting Sab-
J bath 10:.) p. ni.; prcichlug occasionally.
tUUKCH OF TUK ItEUEKMKR-tKBlscopal)
Fourteenth etreet ; Morning mayor tBamiin
Ms. m.; eveuing prayer. T :) p.m.; aebbatb
oul It a. m. Uet. ht. i. Uillort -Lee. Hector.
school It a. m.
IMltRT MlSSloNAHr; BAPTIST CHrRCU
r Preaching at 10:30 a. ni., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. n
Sibbstb school at 7:30 p
m. lluv. T. J. Shores,
IUTHERAN -Thirteenth street; services fai
J liatUlla. m. aud7:)p tu.; buuday school a.
to. Hev. Dtterechner. cantor.
MBTHODlST-C.r. Eighth and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath U:M a. m. and 7 p. m.;
stayer meeting, Wednesday 7::t p. m.; Sunday
School. 3 p. m. Kei. A. P. Morrison, pastor.
IjKBSBYTKKIAN' Klghth street: preaching on
flabbetu at 11:00 a. in. and 7:i. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday (school
at t P- m. Kev. B. V. Ueort;e, pastor.
SBCOND FltKEWILI. BAPTIST Fiftecr.th
street, between Walnut and Cedar ilrects; aer
Vice. Sabbath at and T :30 p. m.
fit JOKEPH'.S-Kouan Celholic) Corner CroM
ij and Waluut streets; serwcea tia'ibath 10:30 a.
ni.; Sunday School at p. si.; Vespers it p. m.; ser
vices eery day at S p. m.
ST. PATRiCK'S-tllomao Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and Washington aeuue- aervicea Sab
ath 5 and 10 a. m. ; Veapers i p. m ; :t ,
p m ; services every day at a p. m. Kef. F . stl,
LLLNOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Rout to
St. Louis and Chicago
MMIK onlr road runnlngtwo daily train from Cairo
Lroaklus direct tunoectiut with Eateru line.
THAI"IILIAaCIRO. , m
1:10 p. Fail eiprea,arrilng :a St. Uai . :jj
p. m. ; Chicago :5) a. ni
1:10 n.m. CINCINNATI 4 LOUISVILLE
Arming in Cinnnnatl at 7:00 a m.: Loaiivillc,
7 ia. m.; iDdiauapolt. 4:15 a. m. 1'ancLgera by
tix train arrive at above poinu
12 TO 3vj HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any olhi'r route.
7.11k p. m Pat Mall, with deeper, attar bed. Tor
i .W ST. Mil IS and C'HlCAiiO. amviDK In St.
UwlaatlJWa. m.: Lhica.at 10:4-) a tn . cuunert
lui at tdln or Kfliunbaui lor Cincinnati, Louievllle
a 3d Indianap'ilia
FAST TIME EAST.
ri 4 fJUJUVl ' UUSJ by thin line eo through
IhrhiuftAO io tbe Kat ttilhunl any
4:areaaed by handay Ulerwaiun. The Satnr
dar afternoon train from Cairo arrive, in ew orH
Moad.v morning at 10 Thlrty-aix hour. In ad
eanrr of anr other route.
r-Aavertlmi-nt. of competing line that they
mike bi tter time than thia one are liued either
tirouffh iRBorance or a deeire to mlalead the put)ii;.
Pur throujh tlek ta and Information app.y at Hit
no: Central lUilroad drpot. Cairo.
TRAINS AUKIVE ATCAIItO:
JA.i. JOHNSON. tleu'l SoiitUera Ar t.
J. . JONKs, Ticket Ajent.
II. W. HMITHKUS, ltM-elvfr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWKKN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throuffb Ktpreaa lenea Cairo .10:0ta m.
ThroURh Ktprvaa arrive, at K SI I.onii.. 4ip.m.
Through KxpreiHi leave K. St. Louie.... 8:.')a.m.
ThronKh Eipreaa arrive, at Cairo 5:15 p m.
MurphyvUoro accommodation leavea Cairo x 15p.m.
Muphvbiro Ace. arrive at Unrphyehoro H:55 p m.
Marpby.boro Acr. Ive Maribvburo .. 5:V) p.m.
Murpbynboro Acc. arrive" at t airo 11 55 p.m.
The Cairo I 9t. Lonia Rill Road l the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loula under one
maaacement. therefore there are no delara at
way .tatloaa altin connection, from other line..
Cloae and aure connection" al St . Loul( with other
Kaea for Narta, K.at and Weat.
J.A.AUOLE. I. M. JOHNSON.
Agent. (teneral Manager.
I f, VIYCW.VXKS 11 It
n . If Tf TDK SHORTEST ROLTK TO
SHORTEST TO LOriS
it BllLhO MUM, CINCINNATI. BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
1 UTf THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN;
3-t AllLriO APOLIS.PUILADKLI'UIA.NEW
IOEK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Orer traiiia of all other ronte makin the lame
tW Paascngers by other routei to make connec
Mona aunt ride all ulght. waiting from one to six
hours at small country statioui for trains of ton
UT?f PfT I?RTHBFAiTandteke our 4:44
JVLMMilYinLH m, irain, wachlni Evans
tille, Indianapolis, Clacianatl and Louisville same
aay. Trains leave and arrive at Cairo as follows :
Mall leaves 4:45 a.m.
ail arrives 10:00p.m.
Through tickets and check to all Important
r. A. MILLER KOSWSLL MILLER.
Uen'l Pass. Agent. Ueneral Snp't.
J.. B. CHCRCH. Paaaeager Afit.
DYIlLVO and ekxovatinu..
OUR OLD CLOTHES
," can iionri'U.T
DYX;D Oil ltKPAIUKO
At a Trifling F.ia-C. 0. D.
CHAS. S1IKLLKV, JfO, 30 EIGHTH ST.
EaVUl.tt ami UeiM' old aM taidt aew
CAIRO ST. LOUIS R. U.j
NKW COX SHOP.
H, E. INCK,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Are., oipoait ScWntb Ht.
CAIRO, : : : ILjI.INOIH.
Guhs. Pistols, Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE BORING ON BREACH LOADING (i(JN8
All work guaranteed .atlafactory. at cheaper rate
uancan b obtained at any other place In the city.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
WhoU-nalt aud lietall iK-alera in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wirier of all Kind?,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH k CO. have conatantly a large
pUiek of the bent good. In the market and live
e.peclal attention to ttie wboleaale branch ! the
Stockflktii & Bkoss,
Same.tor. to F. II. Stockflcth,
Importfiii and Wlmlmle Urttleri
Furcijfu aud Domestic
LIQUORS AND WINES,
hhine. Kelly l!and, Catawha. California and Im
port'-d Port, Shi-rry, .Medara Wtnea and Cbaia-
NO. i OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
BOOT AND SHOKS.
Maanficturrr and Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
No. uCouiuien-ial Avr., Bet. Plflh and Silth St..
Keapa tosauntlv on hand a lar;e aaortment of
(-nt and Ladiui Boota and ho- of all atylra
and alien, and of tt- very be?l of St Louia and
Cincinnati Uand made work; old cheaper than
ever before, and chr.per thau likt; good caa be ob
tained in thia city.
Alao. alwava on haml a large etoek of Leatberand
Finding, of all deanription, uol j vrrr c!oe.
XEW MEAT MARKET.
Sianf the RaSaio Uead
K0F.HLKE BROS., Proprietors,
A tall aud complete aaiplv of the best of all
kind, meat alwari on band. O
Orders tiled at any
hoar, day or night.
Dealer in "Fresh Meat.
llotwetm NVivahitigtori and Cum
metvinl Av., tutinining Iltmrtj.
KEIPh fnr sale the heatftesf, Pork. Mstton. Veal.
Lamb, Sausage, Ac, and is prepared to sen
families In an acceptable manner.
PROPRIKTUR OF SPKOAT'8 PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OKTOX, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car liOru.s u Specialty.
Cor.Twelfth Street aud Le?eet
No Ml. Ohio I
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Propuietor.
Of till descriptions to order at
. Lowest prices.
To Oixler on Short Noticre
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, Sand ( Pound
Bill Heads, Hand 16 Pound
Statements, 5 and 6 round
Bills Lading, 10 PoUnd
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPKR.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
White and Colored
BIN DISK Y
MORNING. APRIL 18. 1879.
1 1 I nofcr until
Ifqrgtjt the Fiit Dose.
D. H. K. Stivix.:
Dear Blr.- I have been a reet "dfierer from drop-JT-
1 icondnud torov houae more than a year.
r.. ume , wtR eiUPlr hU i, na. I
waa obllKed to have two men help me iu
i and out of
ou. . wouko m mcnea larKr than niy natn
ral iiw around my walat. I auffered all a man
could and llv. I tried all remedlea for dropav, I
bad threo different doctor.. Mr friend, all expect
ed I wailddlB; many nlffht. 1 expected to die lie
fore morning. At lam Vegetlne waa aent to me hy
a friend. I never hall forpit tbe 6rnt do.e. I could
reallje ita good effect, from day to day; I waa (ret
tins nMr. After I bad tnkun some 5 or bottlea
I could aleep quite well night. I began to l?in
n0"!j'U ifc1' After tk'nK ora bottle. I
could walk from one part of my room to the other.
My appetite wu good ; the drop.r bad at thia timo
disappeared. I kept taking the Vegetlne until I re
gained my uual health. I heard of a great many
curea by u.lng getine after I got out and wa able
to attfud to my work. I am a carpenter and builder.
I will alao .ay it u cured au auut of my wlfe'a ot
Neuralgia, who had Buffered for more thau 20 veare.
She eaya .he hi. not had any neuralgia for eight
inontha. I have given It to one of my children for
Canker Humor. I have no doubt lu my mind U
will cure any humor; it U a great eleanner of the
blood ; it ii chfc to give a child. I will recommend
It to the world. My father la eighty yeara old, and
be aava tbvrc t. nothing like it to give strength and
life to an .god pereon. I cau not he too thankful
for the cm- of it. I am, veryemefullv,
Youra. JOHN S. NOTTAGE.
AU DtaiAit ni Blood. If Vogetine will relieve
p.in. eleanae, purify, aud cure auch dieaen, re.tor
lug tbe patient to perfect health after trying differ
ent phy.lclau. many remcdie. and Buffering for
year. I. it not cooclu.lve proof, If you are a sufferer,
irou can be cured t Why la tbi medicine perform
ing Much great cure? It work, iu tbe blood, in tbe
circulating fluid. It can truly be called the Great
Blood Punder. Tbe great aource of di.eaae origin
ates in the blood; and no medlcino that doea not
act directly noon It. to nurtfv and renovate, kae anv
juit claim apou public attention.
I owe my Health
TO YOUR VALUABLE
Nwwkt, KT., Apr. 2fJ, JK.
Mr. E. n. STirtNi:-
Dear Sir : Having .uffered from a breaking out of
Cankerona Sore, for more than five yeara, caoaed
by an accident of a fractured bone, which fracture
ran into a running anre, and have ueed everylhinz
I could think of, aud nothing helped me until I had
taken aix bottlea of your valuable medicine, which
Mr. Miller, the apothecarv, recommended very high
ly. The aixth bottle cure'd me. aud ail I cau aay la,
that I owe my health to your valuable Vegetlne.
Your mum obedient aervant,
ALBERT VON KOEDER.
"It i. unnece..ary for me to enumerate the dia
caea for which the VaocTiNi ahould be uxed. I
know of uo diaeaae which will not admit of its uac
with goodre.itlts Almo.t innumerable complaint
are caused by polonou...ecretion. iu the nlood,
wlil'-h can be entirely eipeled from the ij.tem hy
the uae of the Vutixi. When the blood i. per
fectly cleansed, the disease rapidly yield.: allpalne
ceaxe; bealthyaction is promptly reftured. ami the
patieut Is cured."
Cured me when the
Cincinnati, O., Apr. 10, 1877.
Mr. H. R. KTivt:-
Dear Sir: I waa seriously troubled with Kidney
Complaint for a long time. I have consulted the
best doctors in this city. I have used your Vaue
Ttxt for this ai.ease. aud it hi. cared mu when tbe
doctors failed to do so.
Youra truly, ERNEST Dl'KIGAN,
Keldenee, Wl Race Street;
Place of bueiue.s. 373 Ceut. Ave.
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetiue Is .Sold JJy all Druggists,
.Ini.ua Uijiku, N. B. Tiii.Tt.awooo. J. II. Moohk
1 1 1 N K LE, Tl I ISTLE WOOD
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
No.. 1 JO aud 1-17 Commercial Avenue.
fVLIberil Advanreineat made on Consign
meuta of Tubacce, Klcmr, and Craka.
tVAg ut for Gear, Scott A Co. thre.hlng ma
chines, portable taw mill and threshing engines.
Agents for Champion harvesting machine., mower,
FLOUR, GRAIN AX'D HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hixhest Canh price Paid for Wheat.
CARPKNTRR AND COmACTOR.
J0ILV A. POOR,
Caupkntku and Contractor.
SHOP ON TKNTil STREET,
(between Wa.hlugton aud Walnut.)
Estimates ou buildings ou losttos by Are
or otherwise made ou bhoi t notice.
tU work intrusted to him will receive prompt
ttentiua. and will be executed In lat ifictory
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool April 17,3:00 r. m. Wlicat
unchanged Winter, 8s U(l9s4d; Spring,
7s 6d 8i 2d; Culifornia average, 8s Od
9u 3d; Culifornia club, fls 3dfl9 7d.
Com new 4s Cd.
NEW YORK ORAIN.
New Vork, April 17, 12:00 m.-Wlieat
quiet No. 3 Chicago, 091 00; No. 2
Milwaukee, $1 01; Red Winter, $1 02
1 12; No. 3 Red Winter, $1 12
I 15,; No. 3 Amber, $1 09&1 09 J.
Corn quiet Steamer, 43,ii4'J-4'; No. 3,
43J., ; No. 2.44-,44i;.
CHICiOO OUAIN AND PRODUCE.
CtucAoo, April 17, 10 a. m. Pork-
May, 10 ; June, $10 10. Corn May,
34; June, 34.f 34?a'. Wheat May,
89.V; June, 90.
Chic.ioo, April 17, 12:00 if. Corn
May, 34 ;4'; June, 3.j.'i. Wheat-May,
89; June, 91 bid. Pork - May, $10 02J,';
June, $10 12j;10 15.
Chicaoo, April 17, 2:30 i m. Wheat,
Mv, 89; June, 9090ii. Crn-May,
34;,4';Junc, 35'. Pork-April, $9 97 't
10 00; May, $10 02; June, $10 .
THE MISSISSIPPI JETTIES.
A LETTER FROM CAPT. EAD8 A KEEN REPLY
TO II A Its B CRITICIHMS TIIE CUANOE OP
CONTRACT THE QUESTION Or ADVANCING
MONET CONDITION Of TDK CH ANNEL SE
CURITY OP TUB WORK.
1 - N. T. Trlbauc.
Capt. James B. Eads answers some cur
rent misrepresentations of the condition of
hiB great work at the mouth of the Missis
sippi, in a manner w hich his assailants will
at least admit to be reasonably vigorous. It
is evident that the opponents of Capt. Eads
and of the New Orleans jetties are busy in
the hope of misleading the press and the
country, and his letter, therefore, desenes a
To the Editor of the Trlbnne:
Sir As the Tribune, with its usual
catholic spirit of liberity, ban been a con
stant advocate of the improvement of the
mouth of the Mississippi from its com
mencement to the preseut moment. I ven
ture to ask space in its coulmns to correct
some misstatements respecting the work
and its results made during the last few
weeks by the Cincinnati Commercial, the
Chicago Tribune and the Memphis Ava
lanche. I cannot be expected to reply to
to every petty censor in the land who
chooses to belittle this important work, or
to answer the personal assaults which ignor
ance or malice may prompt; but as persis
tent falsifieution is often excepted fur the
truth,! will be pardoned for exposing some
of the most notable misstatements nude by
these papers respecting the jetties. I natu
rally seek to do this through the columns of
a metropolitan journal whose readers are so
much more numerous than those of the pro
vincial dailies mentioned.
These papers condemn congress for the
recent advance made to me of $750,000, on
the ground Unit I have not given an equiva
lent for the money. The Commercial says :
"The' whole contract was changed in the
interest of the contractor," and that ''the
operation was one of the most impudent and
shameless ever perpetrated." It says "he
succeeded in manipulating congressmen
and bringing about a change of contract in
creasing the liabilities of the United States
$3,000,000; and so involved is this trick
that the country has hardly been able to
d'uicover it," these statements are simply
"impudent and shameless" falsehoods, as
will be seen presently.
THK CHANOK OP CONTRACT.
When the jetty bill first passed the house
of representatives, it provided tor the im
provement of the Southwest Pass, which
was twice as wide and twice as deep as the
South Pass. It was the one I wished to im
prove, for it was not obstructed by a bar at
its upper end, as the South Pass was, and it
had nearly twice as deep water on the bar as
at its mouth. Besides these advantages, it
discharges four times as much water. There
was, therefore, no reason why I could not
safely guurrantee to produce through its bar
a channel thirty feet deep, with a bottom
width 350 feet, although this great width
of thirty feet water involved the necessity
of a central depth probably teu feet greater.
In the last hours of the session, acting un
der the advice of the commission of engin
eers of 1874, the bill was changed by the
senate and made to apply to the South Paas
against my advice, and with my assurance
that the si.e of channel named in the bill
was so great that it could only be obtained
by the dangerous experiment of directing
more water into the pass than its natural
volume. This, for reasons that are well un
derstood by hydraulic engineers, is deemed
It was in evidence before the committees
of the senate and house, at the last session
that Generals Barnard and Wright, and all
of the seven engineers, composing the com
mission of 1874. thought it unwise to at
tempt this experiment. The works at the
head of the passes now completely control
the discharge of each pass, and at but little
additional cost the discharge of South Pass
can be doubled or quadrupled. Its natur
al discharge is only aixitit one tenth part of
tho whole volume of tho river. This dis
charge was reduced by the various other
works constructed, until last year it had
lost probably ten per t ent of its volume.
This ha now Iwrn fully restored by receul
alterations in the controlling works at the
head of the pass. From these facts it must
lie evident that I was prepared to Increase
ita volume to any eatent If the government
NEW SEUIES-NO. 255.
required it, and it therefore remained for
congress to determine whether It wm to th
interest of tlio United State to risk the p
siblo injury or ultimate destruction of the)'
good result already secured by insisting
tlie attempt tocreato a channel greater th
me uaturat volume 01 mo pasa couia prev yf
duco with safety. The needa of comment i
will be amply satisfied with the dimeoaiodx
now fixed by law. For these reasons the
senate committee said in ita report: "The
decrease of widths from those required by
the act of 1875 will be aa much to the In
terest of the government as to that of Mr.
THE QUESTION OV ADVANCING MONET.
The question of advancing money to me
beyond the requirements of the law wan
very carefully considered by both commit
tees, and especially by the senate commit
tee. The provisions of the original acta
were studiously drawn to protect the got; -
erament from tho very slightest possibility
of paying out a dollar on this great work
lictore its absolute success should be to far'
demonstrated as to give results ot unques
tioned commercial vulue 11 ly equal to the
promised payments, and also to throw upou
myself and my associates every possible
hazard o( tho undertaking. The severity
of its provisions may be inferred from' the
fact that although the works are so .nearly
completed and although a channel depth of
twenty-five feet is secured through them
under the terms of tho onVinal act. we
would only be entitled to-day to $1,000,000
of the agreed price for the works; or to
less than one-fifth part of that price. When
to this fact it is added that we undertook
the deepening of this channel for $92,000
less than seven eminent engineers estineatcd
that it would cost under tho usual mode af
payment; that we assumed every risk of
injury to the works and failure of the plan,
and that we have, even under the amended
law, to create a channel four or five feet
deeper than they proposed to secure with
their estimate, I feel sure that all fair mind
ed men will, in view of the results we have
accomplished, liehcve that we nave fairly
earned all the money we have yet received
from the government.
CONCLUDED IN TO-MOBROWB DAfLTf
Wuencued and Raceed by the pang of
rheumatism, the joints eventually become
grievously distorted, and sometimes aasume
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 la
successfully combatted with Hostetter'a
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 blood those im'immatory impuritira
which pathologists assign as the cause of
rheumatism, and not only purifies the life
current, but enriches it, promoting vigor bv
fertilizing its source. Digestion, the actio
of the bowe'.s and the secretion of the bile,
arc aided by it, and it impels the kidney)
aud bladder to a regular and active per
formance of their functions. It is beside
a thoroughly reliable remedy Jur, and mesne
of preventing, periodic fevers.
Yoo Must Curb that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the lact that
Consumption con be cured, while for Cough .
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant U
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can eQbrd to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cU. COcU.
and $1,00 per bottle. If .your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold bv Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, arc you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed U
relieve you, and will you continue to su&Vr
wben you tan be cured on such terms at
tlie.se. Price 10 rents, and 75 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Pertume "Hackmetack
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Thk Mexican "Dollar. What is the
difference between tbe Mexican dollar aael
Tabler's Buektye Pile Ointment? One
docs what it promises and the other doeaa't.
The Mexican dollar says, "I am one hun
dred cents;'1 but when you come to invest it
you find it is only eighty-five. Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment says, "I will ctre
ou of Piles;" and upon trial it is found tr
do so in every case. It makes but one
promise to cure Piles; and doea so without
failure. Price 50 cents a bottle. Por sale
by Barclay Bros.
CoussENs' Compound Honetof Tam La
been so long and favorably known that it
needs no encomium. For coughs, cold,
sore throat, hvarsenes8,ctc., it affords RfteeJy
relief, and is a most pleasant and cfficaciotM
remedy, honey aud tar being two of ita in
gredients. The skill of the chemist and
the knowledge ot a physician were united
io its preparation, the result being a com
pound which is the favorite remedy in thia
severe climate, and has no equal as acue
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, bronchitis
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