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THE DAILY. CAIRO BULLETIN.
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I H:Hui.m.; Sunday. H to it a. m.
Money Order IK'pnnmunt open at 8 a.m.; closci
it 5 p. in .
Through Express Malt via Illinois. Central and
Mississippi i i-utrui itauroaus close at u::i p. m.
Cairo and Poplar bluff TbruuuU aud Way Mail
clc at 14:) ti. m.
Way .Mall via Illinois Central, Cairo and Vln
cennes and Mississippi Central Railroads close at
Way Mall fot Narrow Gauge Railroad closea at 8
Cairo and Evansvlllo River Routo clones at 6:30
p. ni. uaiiy icxcept Friday).
II. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS C ENTRAL K. R.
TIUINH AttlllVB. TRAINS PKPAnT
Mall 4:0fi a.m. I Mall 3:1ia.m.
Express a :0J p.m. I Express o :Ul p.m.
CAIRO &VINCENNES It. H.
Mail 10:00 p.m. Mall ...A.K a.m.
CAIRO Si HT. LOUIS li. It.
J Express p.m. I Express . a.m.
Afooio autiou p.m. I Accom uauon p.m.
( HICAOO. ST. LOUIS ANDNEW ORLEANS K.U
Express ll:Wi a.m. I Express 1:lii.m.
Jiuil 10::i0p.ni. Mall 5:()u.ui.
Texas express. ..S:W a.m. I Tew exprcM.2:15pni.
A'CJinniydarn. a.m. I ,
Mayor N. B. Thistlewood.
Treasurer Edward Deznnla.
I'li-m Denni. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. LI. Gilbert.
Marshal-C. I). Arter.
AttonieT William Hendricks.
1'oiicc Magistrate J. J. Bird.
BoAltll HP ALliEKMSH.
r.,!U',n t i'i n M I. (tn V .1 Howler.
Second Ward-David T. Llnegar, C. K. Wood-
'i u'r.1 Wurd-W. P. Wriirht. Ei-bcrt Smith.
Yo-.r.U Ward Charles o. I'uti.-r. James Kynaston
Klrta Wurd-T. W. Halllday, Ernest U. l'etm.
Circ-lt Jnilge O. A. Ihrker.
( l.'i .iit Clerk J. A. I(eyes.
( :i i!it v Jm'o -It. S. Voetim.
County Clerk S. J. Hunim.
( ouuty Attonisy-W. C. Mulkejr.
CoumV Treasurer A. J. Aideb.
M. rid Jehu (lodges.
I .. ... 1 Vll.l(PH ,
Co, i ii iv Cnm!iiis.une?s T. W. lUUIdoy, M. V
I'.rnw:.. amuel llriley.
AFHU'AN M. E. Fourteenth street, tx-twen
Walnut und Cedar streets; services trablialh 11
. in. ntid7:lop. m.; Suuduy Khool 1 :) p. m-
riHRlSTIAN-Elghteeiith street: meeting Sab-
J luth J'i::v p. m.; preathing occaslouany.
MU'RCII OK THE
J Fourteenth street; Murtniig prayer
1,1 T,i . m 'im i.ii i river. 7:i l. m.: e'iio
. .:' p. n
school !) a. m. li- t. St J. Oliloti l.ee. itecior.
flltT ML-SIONARY BAPTIST CHI RCH
I' l'r -ii Mi''.' t l""' m.. '1 p. n.. mid y. ni.
s.,),'.,.:!. .rloo; at 7:: J !. tn. Rev. T. J. hhures.
w i -i iirK i vTi.iM....?,ih irei-t: sr1ros Sab-
lj brn 11 a.'m. ami T: J p- tn.; Sunday school la.
in. Rev. Diii r'i.hlicr. iiartur.
MLTl!(iDlsT-'"r. Eighth and aValnttt streets:
i.-. ... i . s.i,t,t', 1,1 m a. in. and p.m.;
rriver'nieet'liur. WediK-luy 7:i p. in.; Sunday
k:.',.ni. :i p. ni. Rev. A. P. Morrison, pator.
1" R E 1 1 Y T E R I A N E I j h t h 'tnvt; pr-achlne on
1 M'.-VHii at 11 : a. i:i. ai.d 7:''p. m.; prayer
mi-m.r Wedsesdav at 7:p. m.; Sunday suiooi
ht .1 p. m. Rev. P.. Y. George, pastel
VfiiVT) VHEEWII.L I'.AITIST-Fifteetth
stre.-t. between w a, mil nmi i eo.ir sinei.-, tu-
T,ft si.' 'ei'li at : nuii . :ji p. u.
T .ti i VI'II'S i Itiiinnii Cathollci t nriirt I re
Wn nut str-et-: serie.- avion n i..s.
vlu s i -., rv'day it s p. i:i.
i . .v s nivi a. u ii. i i. : r- u ir ,j i-. , ,
ST PATRICK'S - Rom'ii: Cathoiic Corner Ninth
....... Wm.Io.i -ton nveliue: Si-rMC-" Slb-
t-ath - i.i.d 1" a. m. ; Ve-pers 'i p. in.; Snndav s.'!.(;l
a ii. ri : sen ices every day at p. tn. UcV. t. Zaliel,
(lAlROCm FERRY CO.
THREE JfeL STATES.
f,H)t Fourth st.
' LEAVES LEAVE
Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
s a. m. ' 8:W a. m. ( a. m.
10 a.m. 1":'M a.m. 11 a m.
2 p.m. C:'W p.m. 3 p.m.
4 p.m. 4.i) p.m. 5 p. m.
ruorniETon of snioArs tatent
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SIIIl'FINU.
Car .Loads a Specialtv.
() V V I C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Ilrtwoon AV'imhlnnton nnd Com'
inorolnl A v., lullolnlna Ilrtnny.
'EEPH for lalctlia liest Beef. Pork, Mutton. Veal,
JV Umli, Hausage. Ac, and Is prepared toaervo
ramlllvi la au acneptablu manner.
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods anil Clothing.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue. (.
Comer Eighth street t
ftW MEAT MARKET.
higtof tc Bnffu'.o Head.
No 0. Ohio I
K0EIILER BROS., Proprietors,
A full and complete supply of the best of all
kinds meat always ou hand. Orders tilled at any
hour, day ornighi.
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Ei?litli Street,
F. BROSS. Pn-ld"tt.
I'. NKFK, Vice-President.
II. ELLS. Cahi.r.
T. J. KERTH, Assistant Cashier.
F. Bro... Cairn;
Peter Nefl1. Cairo;
William Kluce. Cairo;
William Wolf. Cairo:
R. I. Ilhlingsk-y, St. Louis;
J. Y. Clcmsoli, CalcduLla.
l'. M (Isterloh.
h. liuder. Cairo;
GENEJUL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
J.X chaiigi'iiiU and bought. Interest paid in the
savings Department. Collections vhau and all
lni.iiH-s. prou'.ptly attended to.
pJXTERPKISE SAYINGS BANK,
CliarUrcd M.in lt 31. ir,c,!.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on deposit. March 1st and Sep
tember 1st. Interest not withdrawn W added Im
mediately tu the principal ii f tlie dcjiusits. thereby
giving th'eru compound interest.
VT Children and married women may deposit
money and no one else can draw it.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tr.rAsn.En.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY. Pn'.idect.
11. L, HALLIDAY. Vice President.
WALTER HYsLol'. Ca'hler.
s. staats TAvtort, w. r. nAtt.iriAV,
I1KM1V 1.. IIAL .1IHV, n. II. rl NSlMlllAM,
U. U. WILLIAMSON, STEl'llKN lilBD,
It. II. CANtlKE.
Exclianje, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a general banking litislticsn
NEW (il'N SHOP.
II, e. i:ce,
JsTEW GUN" SHOP,
t'iitimierelnl Ave.. 0.poslle Scvciilli nt,
CAIKO, : : : ll.I.INOlsj.
I Guns, Pistols, Sales and Locks Repaired.
Keys jiiuie to onier.
CHORE BORING ON BRKACH LOADING GUNS
All work eunnmtecd satisfactory, at cheaper rates
hauc:' obtained at any other place In the city.
WHOLESALE WIN IS AND LIQUORS
2 SMYTH it CO.,
WhoU'Siilc and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds?,
NP. co OHIO LEVEE.
1 mfEHSRS.PJi iiu ii", nave constantly a largo
Lll sto nf
especial atlenllou to Hie Wiwiisaie brunch ol the
ES811S. HMYTII t'O. have constantly a large
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY
THE WOKKISGMAN'S FKIENO. ,,
In these days of political trlrkery, a trno friend
In the time of need, Is a friend indeed; and sucti
a friend In
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It Is a sure cure tor
CONSUMPTION. COUGHS. COLDS. ASTHMA
and all diseases of the Lungs, Chest and Throat
This well-known remedy has been used for
thirty years and has cured thousands of canes,
many of w bich were Kivcn up as hopless.
No case, however obstinate, can resist the
heallnif properties of Dr. Wm. Hull's Ualsam for
the l.uiiiss. Trial bottles will bo furnished grat
Odiously to all who are alllcted with Lung and
t-ff-ltemember that It Is the persistent Use of
tliu lialsam thatcurea the worst cases.
JOHN F. HENRY, GTRRAN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale Agents.
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING Sc HEATING
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Beenvurt's old stand, on Eighth street.
CAIRO, . Illinois
Roofing and Guttering a specialty. All kinds
of work skillfully und promptly performed aud
prices made satisfactory.
HOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Eiridings
No. 'ft Commercial Ave., Eel. Fifth and Sixth Sts.
Keeps constantly on hand a larzo assortment of
Gents Mel Ladies Roots an 1 Shoes of all styles
and size, and of the very best ot St Louis and
Cincinnati Hand made work: sold cheaper than
ever before, and cheaper than like goods can be b
tained in this titv.
Also, always on hand a large stock of Leather and
Finding of all description, soli very close.
FOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer and dealer In
ROOTS AND SHOES
AUo dealer ill
The Best Hand Made Boston and St.
Louis Boots and Shoes.
Work done to order nn short notice. from the very
best material and a good fit guaranteed.
JEAYE orders at tnv shop, on Eighth street, nest
j door to Jake Walter"'. ign ol GOLDEN BUOT
Jesse IUnkle, N. B. Tiiistlewoop, j. 11. Mooke
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos. PS and W Commercial Avenue.
CAIKO II. Ii.
Llhenil Advancements made ou cuislcn-
nients ol Tobacco, 1'loiir, and Graiu.
fiTAS' mi1 for Gear, Scott Ji Co, thresh;; : ma
chines, portable saw mill and threshing en.! les.
Agents for Champion harvesting machines, mo, ,ers
CARPENTER AD CON TRACTOR.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contrachpr,
SHOP ON TENTH STREET,
(between Washington and Wuluut.)
Estimates on liiildins, on losses by lire
or otherwise made on short notice.
LL work Intrusted to him vlll receive prompt
attention, and will be executed In a satisfactory
Sale and, (
Horse bomded by tlio woek nt rciisouuMe rntci
GOOD HORSES AND BUGGIES '
At prlc n 10 suit the tlmw, tilvo mo a rail
MORNING. MAY 17, 1879.
THE VERY REST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Dear SK Jiir,.. ,or0 tae the pen to praise tho
kin of -e.licihis, Vegi'tine. When I began to
taku Vegetlue two years u','o with such marked hen
edt, my Irteiuls thought li was a stimulant effect,
and would soon siii,,(l(;. leaving me as had as he
foro lmiik tigtlmt some of those who rend the
lesiiiiiuiiuii nisi i ,, Bt Ulflt tmei nilcht hllk
the. same. I write once more tn satisfy them on thut
polat. Mnee I began to take Vogetiiio almost two
years airo. I have nlned steadily until the present
tlmt. aiwtlen I am enjoying my former health, and
CODiider in) self cured bv Veiretlue. Two vears
" . . . '"" III' UUV1 IMV, i WUP
conlned to the h, d for eight months, and given np
to d e by eight doctors, some of thu most skill
ed in the State. They said I had several
diseases, including consumption, heart disease, aud
several others. .-r1Uu.ly fatal, and must die. But
egellnc, taken as alat resort, brought me through
and to that I OWe mv llrn Klncn mi Iwnltl, h,.,o,n
to improvo. I have made a study of disease, and und
the canse of my symptoms to have been Uvspepsia
or Indigestion, and i BiB0 Dud that ttve cases of
niseuc oeierTsix, are enectn or the same canse.
When the food is not properly digested In the stom-
uea. ii mivuiiit-p a poisonous, puirui mass, wnicn i
absorbed Into !hc hlmiiL and by that Is couveved to
all part, of the system, causing svmptonu of disease
In any orall of the orirarn of the body; and if this
cause is not removed, thpse simptoms become in
time organic diseases. I have given Vctretioe a
thorough test In my own case, and also In that of
many ol niv acr.ualiiinnri'.. anil rind it In he Hie
Very best medicine erinnt for I leatieiiHi'i or liulim.s.
tion. one of the s. mptoms ot which Is usually the
oeuei mai you nave some oirgnnlc disease, lam
well known In thi towns of GoiTstown. Weare, and
Newton, of this sate (N. H), and can furnish an
undeniable corrolorutlon of all these statements.
i wm willingly an-wer anv letters of Inquiry in re
gard to my own cise.or the use of Vegetlne.
You-i truly. A.J. IlURBECK.
If ecetine Is aken regularly. 'according to di
rections, a ei-rtainund speedy euro of Dyspepsia
will follow its use.
,, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mil. H. R. Steveni:
Dear Hr.-For tke !nt fifteen vears, during the
months of .May aid June. I have beeu aiUicted with
w hat the doctors exiled Asthma. It wan very dis-tres.-inc.
l enderinc me miserable, so that I dreaded
its coming on. I was recommended to use Vege
tine. Itooktwolwttlesi before I expetced the at
tack, and wat en-llely relieved. I feel i.-rateful to
esvlluu. JNU T. RAI.INGER.
lllr. (,r,','L-l I'hils
Veoetine has rotorcd thousands to health who
nau ticca lont; and painlul suuerers.
Pimples ami Erupt ions
of the Skin.
H. R. Stevens:
My mother ha uso! your valuable medicine "Veg
etine." for Tetter aud Eruptions of tho skin, aud
h:i found great relief by the use of it. lean rec
ommend It for such coa'ijilainte.
R. A. BLACK WELL.
Iec. 1. Uniuntowu, Union Co., Ky.
Humors 011 the Face.
In this condition of the skin, the Vecetise Is the
great remedy. 11s it nets directly upon the blood.
It eiean-es and purifies the blood, therebv causing
humors to dituppcar. By internal treatment ail
linpulltii s are thrown out. Vih.etine gives cood
circulation to iliu blood, relieving thu inll.-inied or
conuesti-dnrgaiiNm. resioringtho health, giving a
L'ood, clear rouiplexion.
II. It. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Ve?etinc is Sold I!y all Pnicffists,
DEALERS IS '
FLOUR, GRAIN AMD HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Ilifflicst Cash Trice Taitl for Wheat.
3 G y-s'
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK C1TV
(iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIElt CO.
3IAEKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, May 1(3, 2:30 p. M.-Wheat
unchanged-Winter, 8s lld0s 5d; Spring,
7a0d8sCd; California average, 8d
93 2d; California club, Oj 5d3 3d. Corn
new 4s id.
NEW TORK GRAIN.
New York, May 16. 12:00 p.m.-Wheat
quiet-firm No. 2 Chicago, $1 0701 OS;
Nd. 2 Milwaukee, $1 OS! 03; Rod
Winter, $1 0801 1S;2'; No. 2 Red Winter,
$1 18; No. 2 Amlier, tl Corn-
quiet Steamer, 4514; No. 3, 44; No. 2,
CIIICAOO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, May 10, 10 a. m. Pork -June,
$0 :2; July, fa 82. Corn-June, SJ
33; July, ddQSOH- Wlicat-June,
$1 00;V; July, ML'.
Chicago, May 10, 12:00 m. fork
June, $9 C2J2'; July, $9 73J. Coru
June, 35 ?B'; July, 30'u. Wheat June,
085U'9S?4; July, 98.
Special to the Times-Journal.
Wasuinton, May 15. The situation re
mains unchanged. No plan lias yet been
suggested that is acceptable to a majority
of the Democrats. Judging from their con
versation, there i3 disposition on the
part of a large majority of them to tight it
out here even if it results iu a coutinous
session, but it is believed that such threats
do not indicate the true state of feeling
thut prevails, although there are doubtless
enouah of the l,no surrender" men to run the
session well into the summer before a more
moderate course will be obtained.
made his long promised speech to-day,
which contrary to general expectations, did
not draw n crowd. He prefaced it by say
ing that whatever lie misht fail to sav he
intended to speak upon the merits of the
question which he claimed had been care
fully and judiciously avoided by all who
had preceded him u the Republican side.
He charged the minority w ith the respousi
bility of stopping the appropriations. lie
said that the charge that the provisions in
the bill known as the repeating clauses
were inserted at the .command of Southern
domination was false; that the north bad
quite as much interest in fair elections as
the people of tho south, and the frauds
perpetrated nnd the outrages committed
under tho supervisiou of federal officers
in New York would resulted in bloodshed
in any other land thau ours, and among
any other people than law abiding Ameri
cans. His speech was attentively listened
to, and seemed to afford mttcli comfort to
the Southern senators,
, TnE SILVER BILL
is having a bard struggle in the house,
and the chances are that it will be amend
ed by the senate a3 to relieve it of many of
its most objectionable features by the
tunc it readies the president. The three
first sections have been voted on and car
ried by so small a majority as to make the
fate of the remaining sections uncertain.
WASHINGTON NOTES. .
Special Correspondence of the Bulletlu.
Washington, May 14, 1879.
The president's message was evidently a
harder blow at the Democrats than they
hud anticipated. Its stalwartness indeed
astonished the Republicans aud even his
own friends. The Democrats had hoped
thut ho would at least pave the way for a
compromise of differences, but that object
seems to be further away than before. Had
the president studied to make the breach
between himself and tho Democrats as
wide as possible, lie could not have been
more successful. What they will finally
do it is impossible to foretell, but is safe to
suy that the government will be provided,
with means to run until congress meets iu
regular session next winter. There is a very
general and perceptible desire among mem
bers to get home, and even tho Greenback
ers and their sympathizers in the old par
tics are about ready to adjourn. The Re
publicans of course are ready for adjourn
ment lit any time after the appropriation
bills aro passed. So should the Democrats
decide upon a policy quickly, or should
they decide to let the house nnd senate vote
openly aud freely without a caucus, it is
probable thu session will not bo prolonged
It is said now that tho Democrats have
decided to do nothing nbout tho Kellogg
case in Louisiana until next winter, feurtng
its effects on the elections. Those who
ought to know, however, declaro that their
determination Is to unseat Senator Kellogg
and scat Spofford.
Ohloi atill continues to trouble loth par
ties. It has too many presidential candl
' ' ,' '. 1 .'
NEW SERIES-NO. 280.
dates and U :oo closo a state to allow them
to rest easy. Tho return of Secretary Sher
man from h.s homeward flight, and hia
supposed residential mission, of course,
affords a mw chance tor tho gossips, who
are working up his interests. Tho Thur- -
man men, too, tire busy with their favorite's
chances. It still seems to me, however,
that, judging from the Ohio sentiment here,
neither of tioso will bo governor, but that
Judge Taft leads in the Republican party
and it looks as though Ewing was growing
among the Denu-crats. They are counting
up tho greenback vote industriously, and
Ewing.represcnts that wing of his party
better than any other man. I
think Mr. Thurman would really like to
have Ewing run for governor against Sher
man, or any other Republican.
Capt.'Eada will now receive $500,000
due him for work on the Mississippi im
provements. The money has been due him
for several weeks; nnd by law ho might
have claimed United States 5 per cent,
bonds, which aro above par, but he said
congress hud heretofore trented him so lib
erally that ho would not claim tho bonds
and would accept the currency. Congress
voted it, and the President has signed tho
bill Capt. Ends thus relinguishes about
$20,000, which is a commendable act, and '
completely answers the Captain's sland
erers. Traveling is Extka-IIazaudotjs. If
the tourist is unprovided with some medic
inal resource. Changes of temperature,
food and water of au unaccustomed or un
wholesome quality, and a route that lies in
the tropics or other regions where malaria
exists, are cadi and all fraught with danger
to one who has been improvident
enough to neglect a remedial safe
guard. TUc concurrent testimony . of
many voyagetirs by laud and sea es
tablishes the fact that Ilostetter's Stomach
Bitters enables those who use it to en
counter hazards of the nature referred to
with impunity; nnd that, a9 a medicine
adapted to sudden and unexpected exigen
cies, it is peculiarly valuable. Disorders
of the liver, the bowels and tho stomach,
fever and ague, rheumatism and nervous
ailments, brought on by exposure, are
among the maladies to which emigrants,
travellers and new settlers are most subject.
These and others yield to the action of the
Bitter's promptly and completely.
What are the Profits? This is the
absorbing point that is of chief interest in
cverj' business transaction. By the com
bination system of operating in stocks,
Messrs. Lawrence & Co., Bankers, N. Y.,
unite the orders of thousands of patrons, in
various sums, into one immense amount,
and operate them as a mighty whole, thus
obtaining all tho advantages of the largest
capitalists aud best skill. Profits arc dis
tributed pro rata among shareholders every
month. In this was large gains are secured
in short periods, and capital from 10 or
15 to $50,000 can bo used with equal pro
portionate success. $20 will make $100 id
GO days. $150 will pay $1,500 profit, or 10
per cent, on the stock, and so on, nccording
to the market. A citizen of Troy, made
$315.75 on an investment of $50. Many
customers are doing better. The new circu
lar has ''two unerring rules for success" and
full details so that any one can operate
profitably. Stocks and bonds wanted.
Government bonds supplied. Apply to
Lawrence & Co., Bankers, 57 Exchange
Place, N. Y.
Yoc Mm Clue that Core n. -With
Shi lob's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It lias established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
ull diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can clTord to bo with
out it. You can uso two thirds of a bottlo
and if what wo say is not true wo will re
fund thu price-paid. Price 10 cts. 80cfci.
aud $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame useShiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so dou't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizcr. It guaranteed t
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer'
when you cau be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 75 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Perfume 'Tlackmetack''
is rieli nudfragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
A Raves Standaud. Tho banner of
dispair lloits no longer over people who
suffer frou. kidney troubles, torpid livers,
piles and diseases which conic from inactive
bowels, nf:er a few doses of Kidney-Wort.
For piles it works pleasantly and with
We hao flies ot Tuk Dailt Bcixetut,
commenchg May 1st, 1878, and ending
April ml, 1870, which wo will Mil, bind
ing and 111, Complete, for 3.50. i