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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
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Money Order iJi-purtiiu-ut ojn-u at 8 a. in.; closes
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Tlir.iiiKli Exp"'" Malls via Illinois Central nnd
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closes ui v::v i). in.
Way Mail ht iilM Central. Cairo and Yin-
cennes and Mlss.ssippi d-mi'iil Uailnmd dust; nt
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II. TIMK CAI.'lt AT CAIRO.
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Ti i-iinT Kilwaru Hcnuta
I'l'Ti - -Helium. J .
Counselor- Win H. liilh.-rt.
Marshal- C l. Arti r.
An Tiirv-William II -!ii!ri-'
l'ulu- Magistrate-.!. .1. Hire.
HoAI'.H OP AI.Ht.UM.V.
Kir- WsM-Wm. O't'a! ah an. M. J. Ho li v
. olid Ward -Dawd T. Llnc'iir. C. It. Wood
Third W-inl W. !'. Vri!il. K.-'u rt Smitli.
ho :rth Ward liatles O. I'li'n-r. immirv.
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(jAIROCIT KERRY CO.
THREE JSjS&ai STATES.
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J K. TIIISTLEWOOD,
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Iii r""- bo.ifd' d In the v.iek ul m-oiki' '.e ritei".
HOOD HOIiSKS AND ni'(-(iIF..s
Al priri'n to Mill tin- timi". Oivi' me n r.i'l
NEW (if SlHil'.
J, E. INCE.
X.BW GUX SHOP
CiiMlllietTlal AM'.. 0hiiiiti' SeM'lltUal.
CAIRO, : : : ILI.ISOI
timis, I'Ntols, Safes ami Locks Ueimiml.
Kejs Jliule to oiiler.
( D.Olui IllilllNtl ON ItlllCAt'II I.OAItlNO ta Ns
All wnrlt itiinriiiiiiMul ntlfili'tnrv. Ill cbeitlier flit i
I. .in can be obtained at any oilier place In Hie elly.
WHOLKSAI.K WINKS AXO I.HjlOUS
Wholesiile uml ItelaU I)e:tU'r lu '
I oveiirnantl Domestic Liinors
Wine? ol nil ICiticln,
NO. (10 OHIO LEVEE.
MESS1IS. SMYTIt ft CO. hnv.. rotcUnlty a Inrao
tork of t!ii! best tfoods In tb. innrket uml uIm'
4wnrlal altt'U'.loll ti tlk' wltu'.t'.i'i' brutich iil ' llu
SiLinof t!if li'iS'.ilo Head.
No 1. Ohio i
KOEHLEU BROS., I'roprit tors,
JOKAUKLL, A -out.
A full and coniiili ii' sunoU- of the 1wj r nil
klnls imm always on hand. Orders, tilled ut any
hour, day ornl'lit.
1 ACOI! WALTKI5,
Dealer in "Fresh. Meat.
Hi'tWM'ii W:ishintttfti find Coin"
liii-rcial Av., :ul joiiiiii: IlannvB.
L'KEI'S for nalnthp 1 Id-, r. l'ork. Million. Veal.
I. ami). .""auii.'iL'i-. A'i.. ami In pre u a red to in.ru;
fn rn i ; lu an acn-ptalili- luauiicr.
I'KOIMlIKTOl: OF SI'UOAT'S I'ATKN'T
Wholesale IX-alci' in Ice.
ki: i;v Tin-: cai: load outo.v. vj;ll
.I'.ukki) Fon snipi'iNt;.
Cai- IjO.'kIs a Specialty.
('(ir.Twcll'tli Street ami Levee,
t ll;i, II l.ivtil"
1'I.Ol'K. Oil A IN AND HAY
Highest Cash 1'rii e I'ai.l I'm- Wheat.
Mill A I, A 10 SOllKTV.
l itr:iCA : i:it:i:ka:
A MTiTnTTK FOU LIFE l.NM'li-
AM i; COM TAMES.
MnT'AL Aid Society,
Of.Miileil .Inly IIHi. 11177. I'lulev (In- l.uwsol
lite State nl Illinois. Ci'li.M'k'llleil Jill)
!. 11177. miiliT Ai l nt I oicivss.
WILLIAM STIf A'I'TI 'N. l'liKsinrvT.
Mr.-. I'. A. TAYl.Ol!. 'n t: I'i:i;iiiknt.
.1. A (iOI.DsTINK. TiiKAsfitni.
Du .1 . ,1. IiHI.'DiiN, M::ii. Anu"ii,
Tin iMAs. I.KWls. sn nrnm.
humid ol' M.N.i.l;i:s;
,1 ,1 (iiililKiN. I'liv.l.lmi Ciilio. UN.
Mf. I'. A. TAYLOII, Supi rliilelident of
Si liu'il". Alexander Cinintv ' "
Ml-. E. t . l''ll(D. Yinlelv llriu kel Stote, " "
,). A. I.IM.IISTINK, ol tiolil.tliie ,v llo-
hi liwilli'i', liiili'.nli' mid Kelall llralet.
Iii staple and Knnev Dry (inods. ....... " "
N. II. TlllsTLEttooll. ol lllnkle iV
TliMlevuiiiil. i oiiiinlhhliin Meivhiiiilh.
t'littnli ii ltd Toliarcn l-'iietoi'. "
S, D. W Kllh. nl Ayef. k; ( o ( uiiiiiil-
TllnMAS LEWIS, lii.tirance .Manager
linn .Mtoiiiey ai i.aw
W W. Sill T I'l N. ut Siiiilluii A lllril,
Wholeiali' to era " 'i
(lEii. M. AI.DEN. Commission .Mer-
clltllll, 'i Olilo Levee .. i
JAs.H, IlKAIIDKN. Aueni Mi.hlhhlppl
ullev 1 iilli"iortiilloii I iiinpaiiv "
IIAUIilStiN 1101 IT. Watchmaker n ml
( II AS, II sTl'AltT. Wliole.aluitlid lie
lull Orv uimii" nun ,ii 1 1 ni
WiitcliiiniLet'."l'oola anil Milterliita. .
EDWIN It. KtlNKW, I'lopilelor SI.
Clilll'le. Ilnlel " h
IIA.KN I.EDiHToN, Coiiinil.sloti Mer-
i.hiint i it
Or EHWAHD II- It K. f. h. Maisbal
riiiullierii I'l'trlet HHm'la ? V.';1 11 y.?':' ,! ' "I'
..- u A WKIIs 1 iil due.
ilr. II. S. illlli'l.l M;.!'by"JeltJii. Inillitiiiipolls, ,i
,i AH. M . Vir.li.lli. n.iii ""ii-
A. uml Iveokltk, Iowa
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J iL LI.UV MfNUitut Merlilnu.MlM.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1871).
JOlK II1NKI.K, N. 11. Tlln.TI.KWiM I. II. M.IOIIK
II IX K LKj T J 1 1 STL E WO OD
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nof. 10 ami 1'2T Coinim rcial Ayi'liue.
f-I.ilicriil Ailvancemi'iit, mailu on Coni-iSD-muulx
of Toliai cv. Hour, and fciralu.
tWAci-iit" fordi'nr, Hrolt A o. tliri'Kliinst tn
rliinva. iiorlalilc naw mill and tlin-nliiutr vustluvii.
A(jiinlii forCliampion I'tirvuHiu;; mat lilumiiiiowerii
and n iipurn.
CARPENTKR AND CONTHACTOU.
JOHN A. POOR,
Caki'kxtei: and Contkactoi:,
SHOI' ON TENTH STKEET,
(between Watliini;toii and Walnut.)
Estimates on biiildius, on losses by fire
or otherwise nuttle on short notice.
VI.I. work iutrui-ti'il t'i lilm will recelvn prompt
atti-ntloD. and w ill be executed iu a eatir factory
YLEXANDElt COUNTY BANK,
Coinmcrciiil Avenue and Eighth Strtet,
K. III.'OSS. President.
I'. NEKK. Viie l'ri i-idciil.
II. WELI.s. rai-hii r.
T.J. KEIiTH, Ataijt Curblir.
F. r..-oj. l uiro: William Kluu'e. Cairo;
I'ni-r Ni fl. I aim: William Wolf. Cairo:
CM Hi-lirli.il. I!. I. l.lllllir'-ey. Si. Lonl!':
E. Under. ( nin : J. V. I'lemeuu, Valcduuia.
I lia-. U.l'.-iliei.
4 (iKNEIIAI. J1ANKINC Bl'.sINKss DONE. Ex
i V rii.iii'.'i' mid and liuiii'lit. Interrd paid in tin;
SaiiiL"' Iii partiiU'iit. ( oIli-ciiiuiH made and all
liii-iii''!- pnniiplly alliTidi-d to.
JNTEltl'lUSE SAVIXUS DANK,
Ciialti-leil M.iieli ir,r,'j.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL HANK,
1NTE1!!T pn'.d on deposit- Marrh in ui.d Sep
I'tiiiier l-i. I lit ere! tun w it lid raw n l adili'd im-ni'-diali
i Ik t!.e prinripal of Ilie depmith. tln-ri'bj
L'iviL'.' Ili' in I'lililpuiiud iliteli-t.
iir ( hililii'ii ami iiwrrlcil wmueii limy ilcjiof-lt
iin'iiev tind no one else ran draw it.
WAI.TEIt 1IYSL0P. TitEAsntEii.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL DANK,
CAPITAL, 8 100,000
W. I'. IIAI.l.IDAY. I'ri hideiit.
II. I.. IIAI.l.IDAY. Ylce-l'resldi'l.l.
WAI.TEI! HYs.tl Cashier.
?. TA M TAVI nil. W. P. HAI.I.IllAV.
IIKMIY I.. HAl.t.llHY. It. It. ( I NMM I1AM.
0. II. W ll.l.l A.1I , IN , MKI'llliN Ulltli,
II. II. I'AMIKL.
Exchaiiffc, Coin and United States Uomls
. IlOL't.HT AND SOI. I).
Detiohil" received and a ueiiera! binikini; biihlncaa
Dry (foods iind (lotliing',
HOOTS AND SI IdES,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS.
G HOC 10 II IKS.
t'niuini'ielnl Avenue, i
Corner Kluktb slieet
Mnliuliicliiret' uml diiiler In
ROOTS AND SHOES
Alio dealer In
The llest. Hand Made llostoii mid St.
I.oiiU Hoots uml Shoes.
Win k done to order on uliort not lee. from Ihe vory
best nmU'i liil and a ttood III ytiHi'iiiitet'il.
IK AVE oidein nl tnv fhivp. on Elulith lrw I. w,
i door to Juke WiiIU-m'. blnu el (.tyLl'KN 1100
THE YEHY BEST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Iiuliestion.
,l)t'"1' sir.- (Jin n mnri' I take Ilie pen to limine Hie
kllliioi .M,.di.i,.K, Vi'Sitiiie. Wlieii I liesriin to
take f .'..!ii,. lw y.-arn a-o with men marked ben
unt. my Irli'udn tbon.'lit It a a ctlmiilaiit elli'i i.
aufl wiiiiul H,m mibi-iilc. leaving me an bad ai lie-lore-
lliinl(lni;tliat home ol thiihii wbr read the
toMimiiniui timt lrot,. ,,t that time, niinht think
tue aaine. 1 writu oncu morn to natl!'y tlirin on Unit
polDt. sin, ,. i,,.;,,,,, , tuj(, Vcn'iliH. alinom two
yearn at',.. I have gained hteadlly lllilil "the preneut
linn-, at winch I am enjovln..- my former health, and
connlder inyhelf cured hy Veaellue. Two vearn
",n. low an a man could be and live. 1 wan
( oniltieil tn the bed for elyht minilliK, and idven up
tou e liyi-i-ht doctors, home or tlie moht hkill-i-a
in th,. state. They ald I had acveral
(llHean . iiicludiuu coiiHiiuiption, heart dUease, and
jeverai iitlio, t-,iially ratal, and miixt (He. Hut
V CBetltie. taken ah alaht renort. brought me through
Alio to that I iiivi. iiiv iifi. Mlhf-i. uiv ht.ultli ln-'Min
to Inipruve. I have made a cttutyof dWumi, n"d llnd
the caiife r my hymptomii to have beeu Dvapephla
or IndijiMlon. and 1 aluo llnd that live ea.es of
dleaae in Kverv U. are erfectn of the name eaune.
When !Ue food' la not properly dii.'ehted In the hIoiii
aril. It luroiiu-H a polhonuun. putrid tun, which la
abwirfv-d Into the blood, and by that la conveyed to
U pacta of theKvMem.raninjrMyniptomi! of dim-aie
liiauyorall of the oriranH of the body; and If thl
chiifc l not removed, these fiymptnulH become in
time organic (Useac-h. I have civen Vei;etiiii.' a
thorough ti-ht in my own case, and alho In that of
many of my acoiiaininticeii. and llnd it to be the
very bent niedlciueextant for Dvnpephia or Iuilifhs
tioii.oiiortheHyinptomi'oI width in unutilly the
belief that you have Home organic dineahu. lam
well known in the town of GoflVtown. Weare, and
Newton, uf tliih Mate (N . II ). andean furuinii an
undeiiialile curroboraliou of all these Hatemelits.
I wiil willingly answer buy letters of Inquiry In re
gard to my own case. or tlie use of Veiretlne.
Yours truly. A. J. lll'KUKCK.
If Veuktine Is taken re;ultirly. 'actorditii,' to dl-ri-ction.
a certain and speedv cure of Dyspepsia
will follow Its use.
Mil. II. R. SIEVES :-
Dear Sir.-For the lnt fifteen years, diirliiir the
months of May and June. I liave'been afflicted with
what the doc, irs called Athmn. It was very dls
tressinz. reiideritiL' me miserable, sothat I 'dreaded
its coniitij: on I was recommended to use Ve'e
tine. I took two bottles bWore I expetced the at
tack, and was eii'irelv relieved. I feel irrati-fitl to
iretine. ' JNU T. KALINttEl!.
llintitvek t. Philn.
Ykuktink lia rei-tori'd thoiiMinds to health who
bad iiU'ti louy and painful sufferer.
Piiniles nnil Eruptions
of the Skin.
II. I Steven:
My pother ha ue,! your valuable iin-dirlne-Yeir-ctine."
for Tetter and' Eruption- of llu- hkin. and
ha fo-iiid '.Teat relief by the use of it. I can rcc
onimead il fur such comilaints.
II. A. IlI.Al KWELL.
I), c '.d. i; I'nioiitowu. I nioii t'u . hy.
Humors on the Face.
In tblsciindition of the skin, the Yki.etine Is the
'real remedy, as it act- directly upon the blood.
It .'... 11 .!. -i ml on ri L t In. hlniiil lli.i.i.t.i- i"iiuiin,
Initniiis to disappear. By internal Ireiitttieiit all
ininulitle are thrown mil". Ygoktine L'iven "ood
circulation lo the blood, rellevini; the inilaineil or
ennL'i-"'iiorL'iuilni. resiiiriuif the UeaiUi. u'lvlii',' a
Huoii. clear complexion
II. It. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vcwt'tine is Sold Hy all Priiffirists,
HOOTS AND SHOES.
.Manul'iicturer uml Denier In
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Leather nnd LiiKlins
No. !i Cnmineiclal Ave., lid. Fll'lh and Sixth Sis.
CAI HO, ILLINOIS,
I'ecp constantly on linn it n Inrse assortment ot
tits iind Ladies Hoots ami Shoes ol' all atvlea
and sl.i'H, anil of the verv besl ol St. Louis and
cineliiiintl Jiand-niiiile work; sold cbeiiper than
i-ii i iii iure. ami cueaper man line (luium van ni' Mil
tallied In this city.
Also, uhvays on hand a large clock of I.eatliei'iitid
l'iudluu's of all description, snlj very close.
XW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK C1TV,
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. NMneteenth atreet and (
C, O. PATIEH &; CO.
.MARKETS RY TELEGRAPH
LiVEiti'ooi., May C, 2Mv. m. Wheat
steady Winter, s MiQ'Ji !!d; Spring,
7s Cd8; Calit'orniu averajre, s'-t 8d
9s 1 Od; California cluli, Os dQh id. Cora
new 4s 4d.
NEW VOKK (1K.VIS.
New Y'onic, M-jv C. 12:01 p.m.-Wheat
firmer No. 9 Chicago. 1 01t 03; No.
9 Milwaukee, 1 09(31 OU; IV-A .Winter,
1 041 15J4; No. Sited Winter, fl 13;
No. 3 Amlier, 1 l:jwjt 13. Corn
quietSteamer, 44; No. 3, 43; No. S,
CUICVOO 0BAIS AND PIIOmTE.
CurcAC.o, 3Iay 0, 10 a. m. Pork -June,
9 .'J7,'i; July, p V. Corn-May 3J.4'
3;); June 341345, ; July.
Wlteat May and June, 9:Ja.
Chicago, May (i, 19:00 m. Pork
Jtiue,?!) 49).i; July. o Corn May
33; June, 34 V. July 3fi. Wheat
May, ; June, '.r ; July, 04.
Chicago, May C, 9:30 v. m. Wheat
June, r.)T Mayfi-'iCr. Corn May, 33 "ig
3!5?4': June, 84"it2.33: July, ;!G vV,3fji8.
Pork June, p 37 j; July, f.i 4"(r !( 47.
Specl.il to the If -pubiii; i:i.
NEW 1'IIAsES UK THE roMTICAL WK.VNGI.E.
Wsiiixton, May 5. The Republicans
in congress were demoralized to-day when
the Idll came in to keep the toe;.. from the
poll. It is ,o wordu'd as to deprive many
of them of an excuse fur voting against it
unles they repudiate the record of the late
debate, w'he:i Garfield and KV'.'.ev led in the
btatenient that they would vur..- fur aa in
dependent bill which was merely t keep
tiie troops troni the no.:, ll.c stalwarts
who believe in troops at the polls are to
day denouncing: such a tinse. and angry
conversations were the or Jt of the day on
the Il.'publican side of tlie hoiMe. Chittcu-
ikn and Kelley and other who have gone
on reeoril a aimve were iuy working tip
sentiment fur a united support of the bill.
aiTtiug that by so doing the li'.'publicans
could capture the glory for which all of th
Democrats have been eontendiuii in this
question by shupiy claiming that they wen;
opposed to the civil clause, and the fact
that it was a rider m the repeal on the
army bill. Garfield u not here but he is
dearly committed to the bill, which has,
also, as the Republicans admit, left Hayes
in the light of his ine.age no ground for
opposing it. There is good reason to be
lieve that Hayes wants the Itepv.blionn
to support the bill. His private secretary
and others emissaries were at the capitol
to-day discussing the nuestion with the
party friends. The National Republican
here it was stated by good authority at one
time to-day, was to favor the passage of
the bill in the issue of to-morrow morning
The stalwarts, seeing tip tendency nf all
these thing, did what yesterday they said
never would be done that is. called a joint
caucus. It was held to-night for the pur
pose of whipping the party into line. As
might have been expected from the feeling
in the party the caucus was decidedly i:i
haitnonioiis a to purposes. It was made
known in the caucus that tlie president,
being called o;i to-lay. had. expressed a
wish for the passage of the bill and had in
tlicated his intention to sign it in tlie shape
it was offered in the house. So divided
were the views of the Republicans that it
was decided Lot to make tlie action of tip
caucus binding, especially as sume mem
bers had declared they would nut be con
trolled by any resolution to vote against
the bill. Therefore it was agreed to call
the caucus a conference and free the dis
senting members f.-or.i a charge of bolting
Senator Edmunds va.s very bitter in his
opposition to tin bill, saying it whs men
ace to the national authority and more ob-
! i...iim.ilil tlim t'w. i, r'nrin.il mm llo i1,.
voted some ot his sarcasm to Hayes and
those who thought with him, and conclud
ed with the assertion that the party would,
by ajlow ing that hill to breouii a law, lose
what prestige it liad gained in the titfht.
lie was frequently applauded by the ma
jority of those present.
Mr. Conkling also spoke, making the
point against the bill that it was a menace
concocted in caucus. He repeated many of
the points of liis recent speech regarding
Southern supremacy in congress, arguing
that national authority was objectionable
to this class ot people. His and Edmunds'
speeches, it is said, changed a number of
Mr. Robeson also spoke against the bill.
It was decided to ask for debate on the
bill and the privilege of offering Amend
incuts. WttY let your Baby wffer and perhaps
die, when a bottle of Dr. Bull's Baby Pyrup
would at once relieve It and effect a cure.
Price 99 cents.
NEW SERIESNO. 271.
ALWAYS WITH US.
OneI)r;T. O, Lummcrs. in a lengthy
argument against quarantine measure s
a safe-guard agaiust yellow fever, insists
that the disease, to a greater or lesser ex
tent, is ever present in the South, and that
the study should be ''not how to keep it
out ; but how to ileal with it presence "
The Doctor theorizes with much skill, and
no doubt satisfies himself that quarantine
measures are "unscientific and useless;"
.I,.. .1.,. i .-.:.... ti,i i...t
iiui ine iiiimaiiuii lumiuuujuea iiini ikt'ib
the scourge ut bay, last year, by the enforce
ment of a rigid quarantine, will not sur
render their convictions to the Doctor's
theories though they pile them mountain
The following extract from the Doctor'
argument is given for what it is worth:
While yellow fever may originally have
been im exotic, it is now no longer so. Un
der the moiiifying external condition- to
which germs are subjected they become,
changed in their nature to such an extent
that they can live and sporulate and fructi
fy where originally they perished at the
first touch of tlie unnatural clement around
them. This is a process so plainly under
stood by every one who knows anything
whatever of the influences which moditV
the development of life, in ireneral that It is
not necessary to further discuss it. Yellow
fever has thus to all intents and purposes
oeeume indugenous to our country, and can
uo more he quarantined against than the
winds. There is .scarcely a time in the
history of New Orleans when yellow fever
did not exist. You may call in vour mortu
ary reports malarial fever it smells sweet
er' bv that name but there is a very strik
ing family resemblance between your so
called malarial and tlie simon pure yellow
fever ot the epidemic. Cmler proper ex
ternal conditions it will burst in full bloom
typhus icterodes the yellow fever of the
Suth. With all these facts before rn,
would not be well to stop the disgraceful
prattle among members of the medical pro
fession upon questions so vitally connected
with the great interests of cities; A meas
ure of such magnitude as this ought never
to be sot on foot without considering whether
or not the remedy may not bo worse than
the disease. That quarantine has apparently
proved effectual in some towns, establishes
uutliing. unless it can also be proved why
it was that adjoining places, not quaran
tined, but throw ing open their gates to the
stricken people, also escaped. The arbi
tral y interference of boards of health
should, therefore, be well restrained, seeing
the vast issues involved; and if there is tiny
weight of evidence in excess on either side,
it goes against the establishment f
a national quarantine. We had
ju-t us well begin to recognize in
our old toe an internecine and
deadly enemy, nnd turn cur attention rath
er to the study of its cure. This is the pro
per battle ground ',,r the physicians. When
h" has learned to treat it successfully, it
becomes no lunger a terror to the commun
ity, but a dead letter in the roll of epidem
ics, just ascholora has done. These ques
tions should all be well considered and
weighed before steps are taken to establish
a quarantine which must of necessarv prove
disasterous to the financial condition of our
Puotecttiie System fhom Malaiua.
It is posible to do this even in regions of
country where miasma is most rife, and
where the periodic fevers which it causes
as-ume their must formidable types. The
immense popularity of Hosteter's Stomach
Hitters is very largely attributable to the
fact of its eilicacy as a remedy for chills
and fever, bilious remittents, and as a
preventive of the various forms ' of
malaria! disease. In those portions
of tiie West aud Smith where complaints of
this nature prevail, and in the Tropics, it is
particularly esteemed for the protective in
fluence which it exerts: and it has been
very widely adopted as a substitute for the
dangerous ainl comparatively ineffective
alkaloid, sulphate of quinine. Physicians
have not been among the last to concede
its uierita. and the emphatic professional
endorsements which it has received have
added to tlie reputation it has obtained at
homo aud abroad.
Don't I1i; Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloli's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
tiiat Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion ill certainly and Mirely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. Wo
know it will cure when nil others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
etU. Is uot tills n fair propiwitioii. Price
10 cts. ."iO Cts. and fl.OU per bottle. For
lame Chest, Rack or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, mid gen
eral debility w hen you can get nt our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vltalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
tOcts. aud 7 cts. For gale by Barclay
"Hackmktack" u popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
A C vrm. To all who ore suffering from
tin errors and Indiscretions Of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of niau
luxid, &c, I will send n recipe that will euro
you, rnK or cnAitoK. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary In 8u:h
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the Re. Jomcru T. Lnmax, Station D. New
York City. , '