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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
C GENERAL DELIVER open :w u. m.; close
J j;:;o ii.tn. j Sunday: n to U a. in.
.Money order Department opcu ut 8 a. m.: close
at f i. in.
Tlironiili Express MulU via Illinois Central and
Central Railroads clone ut U:W p. in.
alro and Poplar Uluil ThroiiLdi una Way Mull
clo.-s at li:.V i). in.
Way .Mail vfu RUnnls Central, Cairo and Yin
rontie mid MUs.sslppl Central Rallroadu closu ut
Way Mall for Narrow Giiul'o Railroad closc at 8
Cairo and Evansvlllo River Route, closcii ut fi:30
p, in. daby (except I'rldav).
It. 11. TIME VXYiV AT CAIRO.
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s City Officers.
Mty.ir V II. Thitli-wnod.
'i'r h. ;r"r Kdwurd lieunia.
'!' rk-lkin'". J. l-'.d.y.
.ix lor -Win. li. ;ifl)iTt.
!.ir-:.ai C. I). ArtiT.
At'nr:i,v-Williuin 1 1 nl rirk .
I'l'ikc Magistrate J. .1. llird.
Hn.MlIl or Al.llKKMKV.
Fir" V.Vd-Wm. (Callahan. M. .1. llowlcv.
.o!.'l Ward Llnviil T. Lin.'var, C. It. Wood
Third W.trd-W. I'. Wrl-.-bt. E-hcrt Smith.
j-:r j Ward t liar''-" O. I'ulii-r. Jam.-s Kviiaston
Filth A'ard-T. W. Ilalii.Uy, Krtu-t 1). Pcttil.
fr :! Jnde-0. A. Hark-r.
( ."l i ii-rk J. A. It. v s.
Co-ii.' Jml '- K. S. Yo'iim.
V.ii.'y ( l.-rk- S. .1. Hmbiti.
r. Auurn-y-.V. I'. M -ilki-y.
'n'v-' ' Trenmri-r -A. J. Ald'.-u.
M." r::: -Jnlili Hiid'-n.
( ...-.:. r-It. Knu'j'-m.i..
( r,..iv ( ,i:iai!i-ioutr--T. W. Halllday, M. V
liro'M.. atiiil-l lirtiry.
i W.unt nnd ivdsr streets; n-rvicw Pubbatu 11
. ii.. i T:'i p. iii. ; -.;udy School 1 :9 p. til.
CMIRI-TIAN EvMe.-n'h ir--,-t-, mectinc Sali-
t;:.:.. :vi p. m.; prea'-iiiu:.' K-iawnl!y.
tnir.'ii ii or the i'.edkkmkh Kpi- oi.ni)
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ln:5ii n ri.: ev:i!l..' priy:. 7 : Vi p. in.-. Sabliutli
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(jAlROCm FERRY CO.
t.t!AVS IKAVE-I LEAVE
Foot Kotinh t Mi-'ourl Land's. Kentucky Ld'c.
h a. n. K::M 11. m. a- m.
1 1 u. c. M::i a- til. 11 a- m.
s p .m. -': i p.m. :) p-m-
p. r.i. 1;W p.m. 5 P- m.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE DY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o l-' 1 i c: K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Hetwwn NVnuhlnRton nnil Com'
mer'liil Av, tuliolnliig Ilnnnys.
r.'EEPS for sale tho licstUccf. Pork. Mutton. Veal
JV Lamb. Hatisairc, c, mid I pri'pared to (urvc
lamuius in an utteiuuuiu luaunur.
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
UOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, I
Corner Eiijliiti mwt t"
NEW MEAT MARKET.
hiss of tiio Lu!Ta'.i Head.
N O'alo I
KOEHLEIt BROS., I'roirletorsf
A full niid complete 'irp:v of the l-nj of nil
kind-. 111. -at ulivuyi. oil Laud. Urd-rs lil'.vd at ulv
hour, day orLLdit.
Comnii'rcial Avenue anil Eitrhth Street,
f. r,i:os. p.-e::.-Lt.
1'. NKFF. Vii.-1'n fiuCLt.
11. WKI.I.s. CaRTS-r.
T. J. KERTH, Ai-i-.ant t'a.i.
P. Jlrir.. Cnlmt
I'et. r Neil', t.'uiru;
t'. V .i-i.-r'..ili.
E. Under, l :i:ro;
Chac. O I'atier,
Wnian Kl-.i-e. Cairo;
Wi;:iam Wo:f. C airo:
H. 1. lJiuil,.-'iey. M. I.n
J. . C'.m,.uU. L aieilou: a
I (iENERAL BANKING RI SINESS DONE,
i V ciiaii;,' nold and t,i.e:j;,i. i tTT.-t pa!-'i u.
saviiisrn Department. idiectim cade ucd
liiiii -I prnnijitiy a:t, !:(li ii
JNTEIU'HISE SAYINGS BANK,
Clwrteri'il M;il( !l ill, i:c!.
OFFICE IN CITY NATK'NAL liANK,
INTEREST paid "i: d: V.r If. sv,i s -;..
ineiliately tx the pr.:., i ..1! I1'1' -" j;nri:
i!:uu- them cuuipouM i;.tir.-f..
fl'liildri n tuid tr.artii d wnn-n nuiy tli(,gjt
tin. ney und noom tle can Am it.
WALTEU IIYSLOP. TREAr.;r.r.. j
THE CITY NATIONAL DANK.
CAPITAL. 8100, 0()0
W. P. HALLWAY. !V!.d.!.,.
II. L. HALLWAY. Vice-Pr-idoit.
S. STAATS TAYIOR. W. V. HALT inAV.
1IKM1 I.. II AI.I !!IVV, 1'.. II. 1 i. NMN. :IAV
O. li. WU.IA.'S, STKl'lliiN BtUi...
II. It. CANPEK.
Exclianffe, Coin and United States r.oiuls
COl'CillT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a teucral hak'.r.; la!nc
NEW (il'N SHOP,
H. K. INCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Conimcrilal Ave. ojjuilte Seventh st.
CAIRO, : : : ILLINOIS-
Guns. Pistols. Sales and Locks Kepairod.
Keys Made to order.
CHOKE BORIXli ON RUE ACH LOADING Cil'SS
All work cuaranteod satlsfactorv, at che&rcr rates
han can be obtained ut any other place In tho city.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEYEE.
MESSRS. SMYTIt CO. have constantly a large
utock of the best good In the marltut aud give
especial iitK'titfcU to the wholesale brunch. 9f tUo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY
THE WOItKINOMAN'.H Kit I EN IJ.
In tho.cdnyiiof ixdltlral trickery, a trim friend
1 1. the time ut uutd, it u Irlcnd Indeed ; and mtcli
u frluud Id
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It Ih a f lire cure lor
CONSL'Ml'TION, roi'OUS, ( (iLI)S. ASTHMA
mid oil dUoasuH of the Lun;n, C'licft and Throat
Till well-known remedv lun been lined for
tlilrty yeum und bun cured tliuii'und of cuoeH,
uiimy of wblcli were (riven up lioplecs.
No cane, however oltlnute. can renlnt the
hvnllu!! iiropertle.of Or. Win. Hull'. Halcam for
the I-uultm . Trial botllet w ill ho fiirnihed Knit-tultou-ly
to all who uru alllcted with Lull); and
WHuinetiilier that It U tho perotent life of
the ilulium thatcurea thewurnt chkuk.
JOHN" F. HKNKY, CL'UIIAN & CO.,
8 COLLEOK PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) llAI'.C LAY UltOS. Wholunule Aleuts.
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
Tin. Sliect-Iron ami Copper.
COOKING Sc IIEATIXG
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Ileenv art's oUl :ai.d.o:i Eisi.th f.reet.
Roofiric find (inttentis a 'wclaltT. All kinds
c f work ' 'killfully and promptly performed and
pr:i-e made nat-Mac'tory.
HOOTS AND SHOES.
M:.ut'.fuc-.urer r.2d Dei'.er In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
.Leather and Eiiidms
No. !) CVairuvreii'. Ave. Let. Fifth acd Sixth St.
T'c-r-i' cor.taat:von hand 11 larie aMrtmct!t of
J Oi U-. and Ladle Root!! ai.'l Shor of all styles
:.td atid of :i" very 1 e-t ot St. Louiv tied
CiLcii.nuti Hand tnade work: oi cheaper than
eve: v.-tYire. an,! cheaper than UUe pood can he b
taii -vl ii. till- city.
a;-., a. vay on n".nd a larse f."ck of Leather aud
Fit.dii.S' of all Ueceriptiou.Wu very c'.oe.
F,OOT AND SHOFS.
ROOTS AND SHOES
The I-ot Hand Made r.oton and St.
Ltuiis Hoots r.nd Shoes.
!et u..it. :;
to on'-.-r on 'hort r.otice.frcm t he very
.aud a sood I'.l s-laraiitced.
IE AYE osiers a' my 1
j door to Jake Wa'.'.-r
hop. on Eishth 'r." t. tirrt
. .-isnolt.liLliKN Duo I'
,!r-sE HiNiaE. N. B. Tiiisti.ev.uo;., ,1. II. Mooue
IIinkle, Thistle wood
k Mo ope,
Fanner's Tolmceo Warehouse
Nos. and 1C7 Cunimercial Avenue.
CAIItO II. I.,
rpLibera'. Advancement tnade ou t .n.l"n.
nieuts of Toiiacce. Klour. and Grain.
tWA-'tiits for dear. Scott i Co. threshi. ma
chines, portable saw mill and threshing en. :,es.
Agents torcuatnpion aarvesttiij inacuiues, tnoneri)
CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTH. STREET,
(between Washington and Waluut.)
Estimates on buildings, on losses hy lire
or otherwise made on short notice.
A LL work Intrusted to him will receive prompt
A atteutlon. and will he executed In a satisiacbiry
23. F. THISTLEWOOl),
HorscK hoarded Vy the week at roacnnlU nM-
GOOD HORSES AND BUG GIF.'
At price to KHlt the time, li'.ve me a cii'l
MORNING, MAY 15, 1379.
THE VERY REST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
m 1, .. Newton, N. II.. March S7, 1ST7.
Mil. it. II. Stkvekh:
Dear Sir, (;nee niore I Inko thepon to limine the
Kins of .Medlclnei. Vesetlne. Wlien I liesan to
taku eerilne two yc nro iiijo with filch marked lien
fill, my frlendK thousht It wrh u ftlinulunt irTei t,
mid woiiiiUiion niln-lile, lenvln" mi a bad u lm
fore TlilnklliRthut noiiiii of thofo who reud tlm
Uoilmoiiiuithut 1 ,vrilt(, al ttiat ,m,,, mijjijt tli ink
the hiiiiil,, I writ.i once more to HutlMv them 011 that
Jiolnt. hiiiee. I hejan to take Veselinc almoft two
year u.'o, 1 have pained Meadlly until the pruncnt
time, at which 1 inn enjovimr my former health, ami
consider invself cured hv Vesetlne. Two yearn
aijo I wumik lmv us n man could he und live. I was
contln.-d In tl. hed for elsht months, and Klvcn up
to a liyet;ht doctor, some of the most skill-
Hi the Stute. They said I hml several
diseases, liicludins coiisumptiou. heart disease, and
several others. tiiially fatal, mid must dlu. Hut
lyiwe. inueii us a last resort. liroulil me turouitn
and to that I owe my llfo. Since inv health hesan
to Improve. I huve madn a study of dlscuse. and tlnd
the caui; of inv svmptoms to have, he.cn Dyspepsia
or IaillL'estlon.'aiid 1 also llnd that live cu.i-s of
dlsein In every six, are. effects of tlm same cause.
Whtn the food' Is not properlydliested In the stom
ach. It In comes a poisonous, putrid muss, which Is
i.'jsoru.,tl lr.to the blood, and hy thai Is conveyed to
ah' parts of the system. CHtislii;..' symptom., of disease
iiianyorull of the orsans of Hie body; and if this
cause Is not removed, these symptoms become in
time orirnnlc diseases. I have, irlveii Vcsetlne n
thoroiish lest in inv ow n case, and also In that of
many of my nciiualntaiices. and llnd it to be the
verv hef n,...l ii-Iiie evtiinl for Ilvsoeiisf.'i or liollrres-
tiuu. one of the symptoms of which is usually the
belief that you 'have some orsanic dleae. Iain
well known in the towns of (ioll'slown. Weare, and
Newton, ol this state ( N . II . ), and can furnisii an
undeniable corroboration of all these statements.
I will w illlnijly answer any letters of Inquiry in re
gard to my own case, or the use of Yecctine.
lours truly, A. .1. Ml libbL iv.
If VeoEtinb Is taken resulnrlv, accordlns to di
rections, a certain uud speedy cure of Dyspepsia
win ioiiow us use.
Mil. II. It. Stevess:-
Dear Sir. Forlhe last fiftecu years, durins the
months of May und Juno, I have been afflicted with
w hat the doct"ircalled A-thiiia. It was verv dis-
tresins. nndei.'s me iniserable, sothat I dreaded
it cumins on . 1 wa recommended to use Yese-
tine. I took two bottles before I ene:cecl the at
tack, and wu- cu:irely relieved. I feel srateful to
veseuue. jyu . 1. n.i.iMr.i(.
IliMircok st. l'hlla.
YEiiP.riSE has restored thouaiids to health who
had been Ion,' and painful sitiren rs.
rimples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
H. R. Stevens:
My mother ha ued ynur valuable mediciiio-'Ves-etine."
for Tetter tifld' Eruption of the skin, and
has found L'reat relief by the use- of it. I can .rec
ommend it for such complaint.
R. A. Iil.ACKWELI..
Dec. iii, 1ST. I'lilontuwu. I nion Co., Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In tiii condition of the skin, the Yeoetim: Is the
L'reat remedy. a it act- directly upon the blood.
It cleanses and purities the blood, thereby canlns
humors to dl-.'ippeiir. liy internal treatment all
liKpulltieH are thrown out. Vkuktim! ..I.es irood
ciri nmiion to the blooil. r. iievins the inflamed or
pnns'.-te,orsanistii. re-torins the health, L'ivlns a
L'o.al, clear complexion.
II. R. STEVENS, ROSTON, MASS.
Vefptine is Sold l'.y all Drnyarists,
FLOm, GRAIN AND HAY
Ilirliest Cash Price Paid for Wlieat.
c I ur
1 .2 w
5 S c
w p s
NW YOKK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth utroet and 1
C'omniurclal Avu f
C. O. PATIEH & CO.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Livf-kpool, May 14, 2:00 r. M.-YHtcat
firm Winter, 8s ltd!;. fld; Spring,
"9 0d(38i Cd; California average, 8s 8d
9s 2d; California club, 0s 2t9s 3d. Cora
new 4s 4d.
NEW YOIIK GRAIN.
New Youk, Mjj- 14. 12:10 p.m.-Wheat
fiuiet linn No. 3 Chicago, ?1 0701 08;
No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 0S; Rod Winter,
t 081 12J2'; No. 2 Ited Winter, $1 20;
No. 2 Aml.er, l lfil 13. Corn
quiet Steamer, 41; No. 3, 44; No. 2,
cmcwio r.u.Ms and ruouuep..
Chicago, May 14, 10 a. jr. Pork -June,
$9 70; July, if'9 80. Corn June, 3,;V;
July. 36 Wheat-June, if 1 00;'8'; July,
Chicago, May 14, 12:00 m. Pork-
June, $!) 7709 77J; July, 9 8.109 S7J.
Corn June, rj:,'-, July, 3C?.f Wheat-
June, $1 OOj; July, 9!).
Chicago, May 14, 2:150 r. m. Wheat
June, 98098; May, 9S0OS.; July,
98,.. Corn May, lfta-; June, 3.
35; July, 30?B'30. Pork-June,
9 02; July, $9 73JJ.
THE ILLINOIS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Special to the Republican.
Spiunokield, 111., Mny 13. Tho senate
di'votdl much time in killintr, its bill to
enable railroads that linve been benefited
by donations, grants, etc., to shorten their
proprosed lines, withdrawing them when
unprofitable; sending its bill in relation to
life insurance back to the eoinmitte on in
suirancc; ordering its bill providing for
placing in the hands of the state board of
equalization uccuratu statements of sale of
property to a third reading; striking out
the enacting words of a house bill providing
that county treasurers shall pay the inter
est and principal of railroad bonds which
were issued nuder the law of 1 SjOO, instead
of by the state treasurer in New York, a
bill more properly speaking repudiating
state faith and tho contract when these
bonds were issued. This bill has been be
fore every session of the general assembly
during the last sevcrul years, and false pre
tences has managed to get through ono or
the other house, but never has and never
should become a law. It is a measure
in the interest of country bankers. A house
bill amending the chancery practice sufler
ed a similar fate.
House bill 19U, to amend the act estab
lishing a board of railroad and warehouse
commissioners, were read a second time.
The bill provides for reducing the salaries of
the commissioners from .,IJ,000 sSl.oOO.
Mr. Hamilton moved to amend by strik
ing out sl,."00 and insert ?3,.i00.
The 2,.j00 amendment was adopted by
a vote of 22 to 22, the president voting yea.
Mr. Merritt moved to amend by making
one of the members the secretary of the
board. Tho amendment was adopted,
The bill was reconun itted.
The special order was reached on the mo
tion to reconsider the vote by which tho
southern penitentiary appropriation bill
was ordered to a third reading.
The motion to reconsider was carried.
Mr. Hunt moved to amend by providing
that prison laber shall bo contracted for
in the construction ol tho work. Tho bill
was then, after some discussion, referred
to the committee on appropriations.
The senate spent the afternoon reading
and considering the house militia bill.
Tlie lionerable Starkey Powell is again
restive. This morning ho introduced a
resolution in the house reciting it was get
ting late and time for a final adjournment
aud limiting all speeches to ten minutes.
The resolution went to the committee on
A wrangle ensued over the reconsidera
tions and passage of a bill defeated last '
week, redistributing tho business of tho
supremo and appellate courts, which again
failed, when tho following bill was passed
hy the house.
Mr. Hickley called up his bill providing
for the sale of Irvington Agricultural col
lege concern to pay debts which was put
on its passage and went through.
The house bill appropriating W,000 for
tlie current expenses ami Indebtedness of
the Chester penitentiary up to July 1, 1378,
Tho hotiso also passed tho seunto bill
appropriating $4,051 to tho city of Cairo
and $300 for the city of Metropolis for
moneyexpcndod in quarantiueing against
yellow fever during 1S78.
. Tho house concluded tho day by passing
senate bill appropriating $21,500 to the
Champaign university for tho next two
Also, senate bill, appropriating $9,000
for current nnd Incidental expenses of the
First nppellatc court district fur two years.
W SERIES NO. 278.
Also, senate hill appropriating $44,013
to the Normal university for two years.
Also, senate, bill appropriating ftO.000
to the state and county agricultural socie
ties for two years.
Also, senate bill appropriating $2,000 to
renair thfi stmronir! pnurt.hmtan at OH.w.
Also, senate bill appropriating f 15,000 '
to Wabash county to rebuild its court
house. THE RHAL REVOLUTIONIST.
St. LouU Post Dispatch.
We have a President who never was
We have a supremo court, three members
of which violated latv, oath, and justice to
count in the unlectcd President.
Wo have, a conp-ress renrescntinir tho
majority of the people, but not permitted to
act by a fraudulent executive and a fanati
Yv e nave the monstrous theory that the
legislative 13 to obey the wishes of the exe
cutive, not the executive to execute tho law
of tho legi jlativfe. '
We have the assumption that there is but
one man to "save tho country,' and he
Grant; but one party to rule that is. the
ii 1.1; . . 1 . '
jieiuuuuan parry; our one great uuty or
tho day, that to defy the will of a clear
majority of the people.
Is this a real republic? Is this noDular
self-government i Is it not. on the contrary
1. .... .1... .1 ..a... -.,
'luuiwuij uji inu cnarucier 01 ine govern-.
mem very tast:
is worse dividinsr ordestrovin" &
republic' Which is more terrible break
ing up the the form or the. character of a
Had the rebels of. 1 S01 succeded, they
would have only divided the republic. But
if the stalwart crew of the indefinite term
and Robesou order succeed they will des
Tr.AVEl.INO 19 EXTKA-IlAZAUDOUS. If
tho tourist is unprovided with some medic
inal resource. Changes of temperature,
food and water of an unaccustomed or un
wholesome quality, nnd a route that lies in
the tropics or other regions where malaria
exists, arc each and all lraught with danger
to one who has been improvident
enough td neglect a remedial safe
guard. The concurrent testimony of
many voyagcurs by land and sea es
tablishes tho fact that Ilostetter's Stomach
Hitters enables those who use it to en
counter hazards of the nature referred to
with impunity; nnd that, as a medicine
adapted to sudden nnd unexpected exigen
cies, it is peculiarly valuable. Disorders
of the liver, the Iwwels and tho stomach,
fever and ague, rheumatism and nervous
ailments, brought on by exposure, arc
among tho maladies to which emigrants,
travellers and new settlers are most subject.
These and others yield to the action of the
Bitter's promptly nnd completely.
Jerry Shilt was one of the loafers of
West JIaltimore, Ohio, yet ho Was the ac
cepted suitor of Mary Britteubaugh, a
highly respectable lady. The neighbors
were not willing to let her have her own
way in the matter, but determined to put
an end to the courtship. On three succes
sive evenings Jerry was dragged out of Miss
Brittenbaugh's parlor by masked men, but
on the fourth evening he was there ns usual.
The next measure was to tar and feather
him, and that kept him nway from the house
several days, but he called again as soon as
he was clean. On emerging he was fired at
from an ambush, tho bullet joing through
his hat. That incident appears to have
roused him to the necessity of action, and
lie eloped with Miss Britteubaugh on the
"A rosmvE benefit to young children
and intants" is tho popular verdict forDr
Bull's Baby Syrup. Sold everywhere at 33
cents a bottle.
You Must Cluk that Couch. With
Shiloh's Consumption Curo you can cure
yourself. It has established the lact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, nnd
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will rc
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can eflbrd to bo with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what wc say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. SOcts.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lttugs aro
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
oils Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Nave you Dyspepsia, aro you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to uso Shi
loh's System Yitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 75 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume vHackmetnckn
is rich nnd fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Ann Savlmis Banks SkcuhkJ ThisU a
question of vital importance to tho indus
trial thrift of our country; and while our
legislatures aro pondering tho question, wo
would earnestly adviso everyone to take
Hall's Balsam for coughs and colds. War
ranted to cure. Sold by Barclny Bros.,
A Pleasant Extkmence. After year
of depressions and misery, W. II. Went
worth, a travelling Insurance agent writes:
The Kiduey-Wort cured my terrible piles.
My back feols strong and is now free from,
pain, nnd I sleep well. It is wonderful
discovery la medicine.