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KNKItAL DKLIVKKt open .::w a. m.; closet
vj :riu p.m. ; Sunday: to a. in.
Money order Department upvn lit 8 a. ru.; closea
at s p. in.
Thriiuiih F.xjiress Malls via Illinois Central and
Mississippi Central liullroads close at U!::m p. in.
Cairo Hiid 1'nplnr Willi Through and Way Mull
c1cih; at )i:wy. tn.
Wav Mull via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
rennes and Mlss.ssippl Central Itallroada clous at
:4.'i p. in.
Way Mall for Narrow Cause liallroad closca at 8
Cairo awl EvansvlllR Kiver Route closea at fl:tf
p. in. daiiy (except Friday).
TIME TA MX
K. I. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTItAL U.K.
TIUIN IIIIIV'K. Tlt.UVi liEIMltT
Mail.,... 4: a m. I MbII HMUa.m.
Express !:oo p.m. Express Uaup.m.
CAIH0 4sVISCENNK.sk. 11.
M:i!l 10:iiop.m. Mall.... 4:4ja.m.
CAIU0 4t ST. LOUIS II. It.
Erj)r" p.m. Express a.m.
i AeiomMuiion p.m. Ai'ioiu'dutloi p.m.
1IICA'.0. ST. I.OlTHANDNEWOKLEASSIUt
Evtir'-" II a.m. I Ksnri-MH !!:(") u.m.
Mail pK'iniuii. Mall S.noa.m.
C. A. AT. HAILHOAD-
Texa express.. a:IOa.m. I Texna expresa. 8:15p.m.
A'comino'lut'ij. :: a.ui.
Mayor X. II. Tbi'tiewood.
Treasurer Edward Deonla.
Clerk Helium. J. Foley.
Coiiueor Wui. 11. tiilbcrt.
Marshal (.'. I). Arter.
I'ollte Maturate J. .1. Klrd.
bmakii or Ai.imim.
Firm Ward-Win. O'Callahan. M. J. Howlev.
K-rond Ward-David T. Llneijar. C. tt. Wood-
Thirl Ward-W P. Wrliiht. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward -Charles t). Patter. Jumes Kvuaston
Filth Ward -T. W. llalliday. Ernest 11. Pcltlt.
irru't .I'id.'e-o. A Marker.
in ait l lerkl. A. Itenw-s.
rotinty .lud'i It. f. Yorum.
County ci.-ris-v J. Iluinin.
( ouuty Attorney W. c. M'llkey.
I 'our. iv Treaur'-r A. J. Aldeu.
Co'in'v Commissioners T. . Ualilday.
Ilrouii. -..ninel llriiey.
1 Waiuntand Cedur streets: services Sabbalb 11
a. m. and p. m.; Sunday School zf) p. in.
CMMtI-TIAN-E;.'htce!i!b .tret: inwmi; Sab
; batti l'i: si p. in.; pr-at hlni: occasionally,
lliritill OK THE llEDEEMEIi-tEplsropal)
j Fourteenth street: .Morulnif Prayers tatibiit i
M-t a II : cvniiiir pravers. T:: p.m.; SabbatU
SCjOol 'i a. III. l!e. St. J .' Dillon l.ee. Hector.
irii.-T MISSIONARY PA IT I ST ClU'llCH.
1 I'rev s at lo: iii a m., :; p. m.. and 7: p- m.
sa'it.atb "...O..I at ',:t p Hev. T. J. Sborei-,
ITEIt.X-TiiireeiitU Hr-t; services Sab-
i ba'ii 11 a m. ami 7: p. w.; Sutiiay school a
tu. l!". iMcr liner. tmMor.
A f I'.TIloIiIsT -Cur. Eighth and Walint trei t;
.! 1'.-.-... i.in.- SaSbnth lo:: a. in. unit . p.m.;
r.mver n iii..'. Wi-dne-lay T:'W p. m.: Smaby
S i.'ool. .; p. III. A. 1'. -Morri-oii, pa-tor.
1 VlKMiYTKHIAN-EljMh Te.t: pn-adilns on
1 !,i..v h at ll:.il a. m. nt.il ;::i- m : VW
...... Hi, .. V.Y,.i.e.liv a! :: !!'. t:i.; Snuilay Sihool
t :i l). m i!e. V. O' orw, pa-'.or.
r.l'ffiVti VI!KKW1I.I. IIAI'TI-T - Fifteettb
J tr. 'M-trt.-ei, Wain .it ttixl Cedar Hr-el!-; nT
:r. su'i'.atU at " ai.il : :'" p- in-
t'T .loWll'irs i:,i:r,.ni Ci.ttiolici Corner Cro
l t,i S.,!ii"t .iriei-: niee. Sn'.l.a'h 1 :!.
m.; m;ih1.iv m-Imm! at i p. in.; Vep'f' 1 " r'
ri. ev r.; i.ay nt f ;. ni.
T. l'ATl.'Ii K s - 'Human Catho'.iri Corner Ninth
c.aih ui.il :i in.; Ve.;er- :i p. in.; Sni.ilav sehool
p in. ; " I .leef every Cay at a i'. III. lei. r
(jAinocrn ferry co.
leave .r.xr. ttAvm
Foot Fourtb t Mif-ourl Land's. Kentucky l.d'g.
' (TanT ' ' 8:) a. m. m.
in a. d. 10 :: a. m. 11 a m-
2 p.m. 2;?i p.m. 3 p.m.
4 p. m. t;i) p.m. 5 p.m.
rRorniETor. of stooats tatent
ICE BY THE CAB LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOU SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty
F F I ' K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Thresh Meat.
UotwHn Washington nncl Com
mfclul Av., nJiolnlng Httnny
t. RK M for salo the bf t Bf fit, Tot It, Mutton, V
JV umh. San-SKc, Ac. ind la prepared toterve
families in an acceptaois maincr.
Dry Goods and Clothing,
COOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, (
Corner Eighth ctreet I
. Cairo, 111.
EW MEAT MARKET.
fjijn Of the B:i3a:o Head.
No V. Ohio )
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
A fill and complete uppV of the bt of all
kind meat a! way. ou haad. Ordem filled at auy
hour, day orcibt.
LEXASDEU COUNTY BANK.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. HKOS. Pri'ildeut
I'. N EFF. Yice-l'r.-:l:cr.r.
II. WELLS. Cai-hier.
T.J. KEKTII. Alftatt Ca
V. I!ro. Cairo;
1'et- r Neff. t airy,
C. M. Oter'.oli.
E. Under. Cairo;
William Klui. Cairo:
William Wolf. Ca:ro:
It. L liii!itl--ley. St. I.f.:::;
J. Y. Ciemiou. Caleiloiia.
A OENEliAL BANKINCt nt'SINESS DONE. Ex
1 V cbatife oM ami bor.iiht. l::t"r-.--t paid iu th''
SBviiiK llepartnient. t,oilect:oi ciacc aud ell
biinli.' x promptly attended to.
NTEIU'RISE SAYINGS BANK.
Chartrn-a M.irch SI. IM.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Wj Cairo, lllin'i..
INTEREST paid ort depo:' !irc' :: a::1 Sep-
I t.-mi r l"t. lu'
:i.Ir : :
mediately t the prini :;i', of t!:e Ce; ...
Kiviu.- them cou;poi:iid il.te.-.-.-t.
r'" Children and married w..np. rtii.y deposit
tiiont v and no one else ran dr.u it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Tkeat.e:.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BAN K,
CAPITAL. SI 00,000
W. P. II ALI.IDAY. Pr-si l-r.'
II. L. HALLIDAY. V:,v l'r.'
WALT El; HYsLoP. Ca'hier.
S. STAAT TAVt.on, W. ?. IIAU.trAT.
IIKNIIV I.. IIAI.I.UIVY. n. II. ri'NNiSOHAX.
U. I). WII.I.IAN-ON. STSfltHS mu-j,
II. It. CANDIS.
K.xchaiiffe, Coin ami United States Bonds
BOVCIIT ANDi SOLD,
Deposits received and a genera'. hask'.B; l i':aes
NEW (UN SHOP.
II. E. ttCE,
NEW GUX SHOP,
Cotnmerrliil Ave. 0.iHlt' Seventh at.
CAIKO, : : : ILLINOIS-
Guii, Pistols, Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to order.
C HOKE BORING ON BRE ACH LOADING GUN 3
a srt.ci.xui i.
All work ffimraiiteed satisfactory, at cheaper rate
ban cau lie ontaiuea at uuy otuer place iu tuu city
WHOLESALE WINES AND- LIQUORS
1 SMYTH it CO.,
Wholoa'.e tud Uetali Dealera la
Foreign aiul Domestic Li(uois
Wines' of all Kinds?,
KO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
Muntiim SMYTIl CO. have constantly it Uri
...pscuTVkmi?'-;. to'ib- Uull branch .f tha
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY
IS YOI H ULOOOriltE?
Sow thia In an Important question, for without.
pure ami wuoiunomii nioou tueru can oc no pur
toct health, uud without
life l a mere burden and waste. For Impure
blood the, le-.t medicine known U
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It U the creat Southern time tried and true rem
i-dy, and may be Implicitly rulled on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It In the SiiHiik time. ei.ecliilly for Im
pure uecretloua of the blofjd incident to that
feaioaoi tueyear; aim tune n
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaint. Weak
ncM. Iioll. Tumor.. Swelling, mid tbo thou
4aud lliii that come from Impure blood.
JOHN F. 1IEXKY, CURRAN & CO.
i COLLEOE PLACE. NEW YORK.
it I1AKCLAY BROS., Wholesale Aijcnta.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Mjv.tticf:irer atll d.-aler ir.
BOOTS AM) SHOES
Al.o dealer :l
The Bet Hand Made Boston ami St.
Louis Boots and Shoes.
Worl; done to order on chnrt untice.from the very
be-t material acd a ;.K;d Ct guaranteed.
IEAVE ord'-rs at :nv bop. on Ei.-hth tret. next
a door to Jake Waiter". Sin ot ('.( lI.DKN BOOT
boots and shok..
Man'.;fac'.urer ol4 Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Eludings
N !! CVrasierc'a' Art .. Bet. Fifta and Sixth St.
Ke-p' coctactlv on band a larie acortment of
1 1 -tit- an'! Laiie Eootn an 1 Shoe of nil htyle
nrd and f tie very b.-st of St. Louis and
l iS'-icr.-iti H i:n'. i:.3le work: "old cheaper than
ever before, and cheaper thau like jood can be b
t iir-i lu til city.
A'o. aiway on hand a larre stcrkof Lcathcrand
F'.t.'.is; i f 111 de-triptit".:. i-ol.i very done.
SToVEs AND TINWARE.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING .S: HEATING
Tinware and Hollow wure of every
B-'.-rwart' c'i f.r..i (i". Ei.'ati street.
l;,,.-i5:.i a-.d Ou
rr:-.'. a .p-cia'.tr. All kinds
:..;.:.. a'-.; prom;t.y per:urr.u-a a:;u
JiE IIlNKLS. N. B TUTLiWoo-.,, J. n Iour.S
FHimerV Tobacco Warehouse
' AND GENERAL
Nc-4. i-a and la: Comaerc'.a! Avei.v.e.
Mr-t.lbera! Advancements made ca Conis
nien'ts of Tobaece. Elour. aud Grain.
reAi-uts for Ci.'ar, Scott Co. tl.resL ; ma
line., nortahle saw mill ami tliresliuig v. :'
Agsnts forChamplon harvesting machines, n.o.iera
and real'rs ,
CARPENTER AND rONTUACTOU.
JOHN A. POOR,
Carpenter and Contractor,
SHOP ON TENTIT STREET,
(between Was'atuutou and Walnut.)
Estimates on building, on losses by fire
or otherwise made on short notice.
ALL work intrusted to bint '..i receive iirompv
atteutloa. and will be executed In a tat.sfactory
manner. ' .
)t F. THISTLEWOOD,
Horses bourded by the week at reasoaiUi) nW
GOOD HORSES AND BUGGIES
At prices, t j nit the times., liive'mi) a ca'.l
M(EiNING, MAY 23, 1879.
1 HE VEI1V IIKST MEDICIXE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Mn. B. II- KmKs.WT0N' S- "' March ' ,7'
Dear Sir. -oiite more I take the pen to pi-itlm tlm
vL;,.?!"1 ' '"' Vwtlne. wLeu I l-Kau to
take fKutlne two yvliTH n0 wlth Hn(,h n,,, ,..
eAt. niy lrjenU thouulit It w a mliiitilant effect,
ami won d -'xjii mibMde, bvina me uh bud a. be
fore. Hiliikinitliat come ol tWe who read the
teHtiinoulal that I wrote at that time, mlulit think
the nami-. 1 write once more to natiffy them on (but
point. Bllic-c I began to take Vt ijetliie almont two
yearn asro, I have uaitied cteadlly until the prevent
time, at nich I am enjoylm.. my former health, and
Con"itl..,nf""lr turul h-v Veutlue. Two year
o lMna Iow-aii amncouldbeuiiil live. I was
coliflued to . for e ht nl0ltUH UU(1 lvt.n ,
tod bj ei-ht doetori.. ome of the rawt akllt-'
S? .L. i S,!a,,;' Thl'V 1'1 I bad several
dleaPi. inr luiliu? consumption, heart dbeane, mid
aeveral other., equally fatal, and nmt die. But
ejetine. taken an a lat remirl. hrouulit me through
and to that I owe my lir. Mnc my health becan
to improve. I have made a atudyof umeae. and rtnd
the cauae ol my symptom to have been Oywpepaia
or Inilijreiition, ami I alao find that five ca.ea of
disease In every six, are eflecta of the same cauao.
When the food ia uot properly digested In the stom
ach, It becomes a poisonous, putrid mai-it. which ia
absorbod into the blood, and by that Is conveyed to
all parts of the system, Cfluxim; symptoms of d I seas
in suy oran ol louorrnnsol I He nttdy; and ir this
cause U not removed, tbesa STranloms become in
time organic disease. 1 bate (riven Vegetlue a
thorough t ;( In my own case, and also lu that of
miiuyni ;.iv coouaiuliiucs. and fluil it to en the
very best mMldno extant for Dyspepsia nr Indlfe
tiou. one of the symptoms of which Jif usually the
belief that yon have some organic disease. I am
well known in the towna of GotMown. Wearc, and
New-ton. of this state (N. H.). andean furnish un
liad'.'Uiable corroboration of all these statements.
I w lil willingly answer any letters of Inquiry Iu re
gard to my ow n case, or the use of Vejreiine.
Yours truly. A. i. BL'HBECK.
If Veoetin'I Is taken regularly, according to di
rection, a certain and speedy cure of Dyspepsia
will follow Its use.
Mb. II. It. Stkvexs:-
Desr Sir. For the lat fifteen years, during the
months of May and June. I have been alllicteilith
what the doctors called Asthma. It was very dis-tres-iu:-.
rendering m miserable, so that I dreaded
Its rouilnz ou. i Has recoiimieiided to use Vejre
tine. I took two bottles before I oxpe'.ced the at
tack, ami was eulirelv relieved. I feel grateful to
Ycgetine. J NO. T. HALINtiEK.
Ve'.ktise has restored thousands to health who
hid been Iouk ami painful suffers.
Pimides and Eruptions
of the Skin.
It. K. Stevens:
My mother ha used vour valuable Biedicinc'-Veg-
" tine." for Tetter and Eruptions of the skin, and
has found great relief by the ne of It. I cau rcc
ommend it for such complaints.
If. A. BLACKWELL.
Dec. 2". 177. I'uioiituwu, L uiou Co., Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In thi- condition of the skin, tlio Vei.etisk Is the
great r'-niedv. as 11 act" ilirei tlv lliiou the blood
It cleanses and purifies the blood, thereby cansinc
humor, to disappear. By internal treatment all
imiiullties are thrown out. Vei.etine gives good
circulation to the blood, rvllevitii: thn Inflamed or
congested orgaiui.m. restoriu: the health, giving
good, clear eoiuplexioii.
II. It. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Ye?etine is Soltl By all DrusirNts,
ALU DAY BROTHERS,
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egypt ian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
lj r: m
5 5 s
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety" Stock
IX TIIF. CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nltietiienth atrcet and I
o. o. patieu & CO.
i : : . :
JUDGE MULL'EY FOR THE SUPREME
The East St. Louis Herald was a stead
fast supporter of Judge Mulkcy from the
start. Itrecogized the Judge's superior
qualifications for the Supreme Bench, and
is jubilant over his nomination a feeling
that is shared by two thirds of all the voters
of the First district, The Herald says:
Last Thursday, pursuant to call the Dem
ocratic Convention met at Mt, Yernon to
nominate a candidate for Supremo Judg-
ship. This win done ia view of the fact
that E. U. Green was the only Republican
candidate, and lie came out only after
three or four Democrats had announced
themselves. The Republicans were trying
hard to profit by the numerous Democratic
candidates out for the office, but the Con
vention ot last Thursday put such a damp
er on their actions that they 'will hardly
try such a game again. Our Republican
friends can all cry "no politics," "no poli-
tics," In our judicial election, but their ma-
neuvering in this circuit by saying that they
ought to have at least one representative
on the bench is sufficiently conclusive to
show that they desire as much as anybody
else to control affuirs?
While thus commenting we desire it
strictly understood that we were not in fa
vor of any convention, but the above cir
cumstances forced it upon the party. Mr.
Mulkcy was out 3 the first candidate and
was recognized as the man. Others as we
have said before, then announced themselves
The pocecding of last Thursday was not so
much a party measure as to choose the fit
test and most learned among those who pre
sented themselves before the public. At
the.appointed time the convention was call
ed; Hon. S. S. Marshall, of Hamilton, was
selected chairman ami P. Y. Field, of Pope
and L. M. Kane, Jr. of St, Clair, sccrctn
ncs. Alter some routine business the
names of Hon. J. II. Mulkcy and II. P.
Huxton were presented its candidates for
nomination. Judge J. M. Pollock, of Mt
Yernon, who was also an aspirant for judi
cial nomination, withdrew his name It
was supposed for a long time that Judge
Tanner's name would also be proposed, but
no. On first ballot Judge Mul
key received 42 votes out of the
CI delegates present, Washington county's
three not being represented in the conven
tion. Judge Buxton received only 19
Thirty-three votes being required to secure
the nomination, and Mulkcy having re
ceived far more than necessary, a motion
was made to make his nomination unani
mous, which was carried. Judge Tanner's
friends explain his not coming into the con
vention by attributing it to the f.tct that he
came out so late and had little or no time to
canvass among the delegates and secure the
nomination; accordingly he kept out of the
convention. The Judge's idea mav be all
right, lie may pull through. AVe under
stand he's a good lawyer and would make
a good Supreme Judge, but if there was to
be a convention at all, then all the candi
dates should have entered appearance.
After the nomination Judge Mulkcy was
called upon and addressed the convention
in his usual happy style, thanking them all
for the mark of distinction and respect
shown him. Judge Mulkey's nomination
is now equivalent to an election. By turn
ing out on election day and voting for
Judge Mill key the people of this district
will have performed one of the grandest
duties that ever citizens have been called
upon to perform. ,
For the Culro Bulletin.
MENTAL AM) SPIRITUAL DIS
CIPLI.NK. What a store-house of knowledge and
experience the human mind may become!
a store-house replete with treasures from
which may be drawn light and truth.
Tlie human mind is a repository of wealth,
from which exhaustlesa stores may ho
drawn without draining it of its richness,
but multiplying it instead. Still if wo are
unmindful of this mine, and draw not Irom
its depths, it will cease to yield its supplies,
and grow barren and unfruitful.
Every life must have its experiences ex
periences that may be of gond or of so
called evil, but which, nevertheless, devel
ope tho life from its crude, imperfect condi
tion ultimately into a higher, nobler stato
of being. Every day events of our lives
are teachers. Stern and harsh though they
be, that aro training our souls with that
course of discipline which is for their high
est good. Into the web of lifo wo steadily
weave day by day tho threads of our
thoughts and actions. When ,tho Bun of
prosperity shines warmly upon us; when
the musical murmur of joy's liquid stream
and tho sweet out-pourings of peaco and
hope bloom along our path,thou tho threads
we weave catch a gleam of sunlight, a
sweetness from the music and fragrance
from tho" flowers that delight one's soul.
TJut tho spirit lilts days when no light,
ltenuty nor fragrance thrill It with glory,
NEW SERIES NO. 285.
days when dark clouds overcast the hor
izon, when naught is heard but the roar
and rush of angry waters, and weeds alone ., -
grow along tho banks. Surely the filling y.
now catches a darkness and gloom from the
surrounding conditions, and steadily wear.""'
ing on, we walk in thu sunlight thread. )
But if wo strive to do our duty well, if i
we but try to live up to our highest con-
ceptions of right, surely a loving Father
will look upon the darkness of our lives
with the same kindness that he does upon
the brighter spots; for, knowing that tho
darkness only serves to make tho light shine
brighter, and that they are the evidences of
a soul's passage through sorrow, affliction
and despair, will ho not bestow a higher
benison upon the life that has wrought tho
light out of darkness, good out of evil,
than though no gloom nor temptations had
beset its way? Will not the good Father
take note of the struggles for right,
the sighs and tears for something
better, and tho efforts wo make to attain a .
higher standard of good? .,TV -think so,
and that his loving and divino benediction
will fall the sweeter upon our lives. What
though we have made mistakes? What
though our garments aro seamed and
patched? If we have striven to rectify the
mistakes, and have carefully gathered our
dropped stitches, our efforts are not all in
These experiences, they are indeed lea-
sons of wisdom, knowledge and under
standing; and although they may seem
ancitul and harsh to our external lives,
yet to tho soul they ever prove a blessing ;
for they assist it to burst the shell confining
it, and to expand outward and upward into
a free and perfect condition.
Cairo, 111., May, 1979. Aunt Fans?.
CAIRO PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
Never was the writer so agreeably sur
prised and highly entertained as to-day, on
a visit to your high school. Through the
courtesy of Prof. Alvord he vols shown
through several departments, and every-..
where each pupil seemed to be working tor
dear life, as though the success of the en;
tire school depended upon his individual
effort. To say the discipline is exception
ality good is a poor compliment it is ad
mirable and all because the teachers un
derstand their business, and know how to
apply the touchstone of kindness. That
there are excellent schools in the larger
cities, is true; but the patrons of your
schools need not be ashamed to have yours
contrasted with the best in the land.
Whilst the branches usually taught in
public schools receive thorough and criti
cal treatment, the writer knows of no other
schools in which telegraphy and phono
graphy receive such general attention.
Last, but not least, we visited the pri
mary school, presided over by Miss Rogers.
Here we found nearly one hundred little
cntnusiasis, wormng ior (tear ine. ine
writer trusts the good people of Cairo will
take no offence when he pronounces Miss
It. one of the best primary teachers he ever
In the roster of visitors many names wen-
noticed, most of which, however, were of
those residing in other cities and towns.
It ia hoped that the resident visitors are
so numerous, their names cannot all be
registered. A. II. II.
Tiiedkatii hate op our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most msignigcant origin. At thin
season of tho year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
day lifo we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and often find too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshcc'a German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of tho throat and lungs.
Boschee's German Syrup has proven itseli
to bo the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in tho country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
O.IO.OOO bottles sold last year without a
single tailure known.
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco. Stimulate the Sluocisii Kidneys In
nddition to its tonic and cathartic proper
ties, llostetter's Stomach Bitters, exercises
a beneficial influence upon the kidneys and
bladder, when they are inactive, by stimu
lating them to renewed exertion, thti9 re
opening, as it were, a sluice for 'the
ckcapo of impuries : whoso regular
ciianal of exit 1 is the ' organs of
urination. Among these'' are certain
abnormal and intlamatory elements, pro
ductive of irrcparablo lnjuiy of the system
if uot entirely expelled.-- The kidneys and
bladder themselves aro also benefitted . by
this stimulous, as their inactivity is usually
a preliminary to their dlseaso and disorgan
ization. They also experience, in common
with other portions of the system, the , po
tent Invigorative effects of the Bitters,
wldch furthermore corrects disordered coo
ditlons of the stomach, bowels and lirer.