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i BUSINESS DIRECTORY
of the leading bualiicm beunci whone advertlie
menu may be found In Tun Bullitt.'
GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS.
C-..?.,nll.,"4.Co'' Commercial avenue and Nine
(.'ban. R. Stewart, Kighth utre'et.
Dr. Bryant; offlcc, Eighth ulreet and Washington
Dr. J. It. Marcan; office, 140 Commercial avonno.
C. Jorulvn. El1illi in-nr fVimmt rrlul
W. Whltlock. l:)tt Commercial avunutt.
Kolit Smyth, No. 60 Ohio levee.
II. II. f imlee, No. TOOhlo levee (up otalra).
Jvimltalile Ltfo, of New York, corner Twwlflb and
W Ido-tu aud Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Sctenth
and Commercial avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Lfui-gar A Lanndeu, No. 1W Commercial avennc.
Ilallldav Hro., )irniirletir Ezyptlan Mill,
llmkle, Tblstlcwood 6 Moore, Nua. lib and 127
Commercial avenue. ,
DRl'OC,ISTS-WUOLESAL3 AND RETAIL;
JJirclay Brn.,01ilo levee and comer Elglflh and
1 It; National. Ohio leveo.
AleiauderCoaiitv. corner Eisbth and Commercial.
.1 Walter. Eighth rtreM.
Koehlur Uroa.. Comer Eiubthand Washington.
hTE AM BOATS
Chamjloii. Three Btutca.
John Sproat, corner Twelfth and Levee,
K C Kurd, Corner Ninth aud Commercial.
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTHALR. H.
tiiaisk atuuvs. riuixt defabt
Mail 4:05 a.m. I Muil :l()a.m.
Kilrea g:0Op.m. 1 Exprcn 6:00 p.m.
CAIRO VINCENNES R. It
Mail ..10:00p.m. Mail.... 4:4r,a.m.
CAIRO & ST LOUIS R. K.
EiprvM &:10 p.m. I Epret 8:1? a. m
Accomdation. 10:45 p.m. I Accoro'dution 13:Sp. m
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS AND NEW ORLEANS R.R
Mall 5:p.m. Mall 50 a.m.
C A. & T. RAILROAD
Tvim exprvM.. 2:40 a.m. I Texaa txprefl 2:15pm.
p ENEitAL DELIVER) open ::) a. m.; cloee
J b.'H p m.j Sunday: 0 toil a. ra.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloe
at S p. in.
Through ExpreM Mali via Illinola Central and
Mlfftrnippi CtV.r&l lOii'.nixlo close at li:i p. m.
Cairo and Poplar liluJ Through and Way Mall
clrmi'ii at t p. m.
Way Mail v. a Ulinoln Central. Cairo and Vln
eennc aud Mi.eippl Central Railroad clore at
V'.4! p. m
Way Mai: .'j: Narrow (iaugc Railroad cloaca at 8
Cairo ar.d Evinirllle RlTer Route clows at 6:50
p. m. iis!:y (expt Friday).
Mayor X. B. Thiatltwood.
Tmaaurvr Edward Dvzonla.
Clerk-Dennia. J, Foley.
Counnelor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Attorney William Hendricki.
BOARD or it-DIRJIKX.
Plrot Ward-Wm. O Callahan. M. J- Uowler.
Second Ward-David T. Linegar, C. K. wood
ward. Third Wird-W. p. WHeht. Ezbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charlea O: Patier. Jame Kynaiton
FJth Ward-T. W. Uulllday, E.ueit D. I'cttii.
Circuit Jndif O. A. Darker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Heave.
County J mltfc R. S. Yocum.
Couuty Clerk 8. J. Ilumm.
Comity Attornay W. C. Mulkey.
County Treatiirer A. J. Alden.
Coroner R. FiWenuc.
Countv Commlwiotcra-T. W. Ilalliday, M.
Dro n. Samuel Briley.
AFRICAN M. K.-Konrteenth Hreet. between
Walnut and Cedar atreetn; pervicea Satihath It
a. m: and 7 M p.m.; Sunday School 1 : JO p. m.
CHRISTIAN-Elghteenth itrect: meeting Sab
bath 10: J p. m.; preaching occalonally.
C CHURCH OP THE REDEEMER (Epl'copall
J Fourtovutli Ktrvel; Morning prayera (Sabbalh)
10:) a. m.; evening prayers, i :A p.m.; Sablmth
tcbool it a. m.
1IRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIinWH
1 Preaching at !0::a. in., Sp. m.. nnd 7:: p. ft.
hahhath cbojl at 7::w p. m. Rev. T. J. Sborea,
IUTIIERAN-Thlrteenth itreet; aervirea Sah
J bath 1 :S0 a. m. ; Sunday liool t p. m. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut atrecU;
Preaching Sahhath 10:;W a. m. and 7 p.m.;
rayer nieetlug, Wedneadav 7:;W p. m.; Sandny
tschool, 9 . di. Rev. Wblttaker, pastor.
1 PRESBYTERIAN Eighth troet; preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. tu. and 7:Mp. m.; prayer
meeting Wed uedav at 7::Wp. m.; Sunday School
at 'i p. ni. Rev. B. Y. Ctcorge, paxlor.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST - Fifteetth
atreet, between Wulnnt and Cedar utrecta; aer
vicea Sabbath at 3 and 7 ::10 p. in.
ST. JOSKPirs-Roinan Catholic) Comer Croaa
and Walnut atreet ; rrvlee Sabbath 10:30a.
m.; Sunday School at 2 p. in. Veapera 3 p. m. fer
Vlcea every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
Btrcct and Wablngton avonue; ervlce Sab
bnth 8 aud ID a. m. ; Vvapera 3 p. m. ; Snndny School
8 p.m.; acrvieea every day at S p. m. Rev. F. Zahul,
Obtained for now Invcnlloua, or for Improvement
in old oner, for medical or other compound, trade
mark aud tabula. Cuveat, Aalgnment, Inter
ferenroa, Appeals, Bulla for Infringement, and
nil ca arising under the I'atout Law, prompt
ly attendoil to. Invention thnt hove been
ill? 1 WPTWTi y Uu Patuut Offlco mnyatlll,
Iirjilrill r. 1 1 1.: i i,At.,t,,ri h
it. Being nppoatto the U. 8. Patent Uettiirtmenf,
nni niiKiiKii in raieni ourino m iurnmj, nu
make cloer vearchea, and aecure Patent moru
promptly, and with broader claim, than tboae who
nro remote from Waahluglou.
T W VWNTOT1S " moU or akelch of
111 f Jul! VIVO your device; w make ex
umlnatlor and advl a o patentability. ?'
vnarau' nit .-.iiivr,iiiinui)co aineiiy vwmmvui,,,,,
h...na lt,Mi at, .1 tin ilt....H .. . ti.J.iM. I.arui'iin
W refer lit Waabingtnn, to Hon- Potmaler
Oeneral l. M, Key, HvV. D.Power. Tho Herman
American National llnuk, tooOlclal In the I'. 8.
I'atent Office, and to 8c nainr and Repreetitativea
!n Congreaa; and wpeelally loonr cllenla lu every
piaie iu iue u muil vnuiiua. Auarova
O. A.8NOW& CO.,
OppoiUe patent Offlco, WMhtntlo'n D. 0.
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Proprietor;
Of all Descriptions at Lowest Pikes.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, r and C Pound.
Rill UVadM, Hand lfi Pound. ,
Statements 5 and (i round.
Bills I.iulin?, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS TArER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
Whito and Colored
CAIE0. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY,
THE WORKINGMAN'B FKIEND.
In thews dara of political trlckcnr, a trne friend
In the time of need, la a friend Indeed; and aucu
a friend la
Dr. WM. IIALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It li a anre enro tor
CONSUMPTION. COVOIIH, COLDS. ASTHMA
and all diacaaei of the Loop, Cheat and Throat
Thia well-known remedy haa been lined for
thirty yeara and haa cured thouxanda ofcaaea,
many of w)ilch were given np aa hopleaa.
No case, however ohfiluatc, can K-alat the
healing properties of Dr. Wm. Ilall'a Balaam Tor
tho LunKa. Trial bottlea will lie furulKbedgrat
tuitoufly to all who are afllctcd with Lung and
CffKemeraber that It in tho peralatent uo of
the lialam thatcurea the worm caeea.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW Y6HK.
(1) IiAKCLAV BROS. Wholesale Amenta.
ILLWOIS CENTRAL R. It.
' PASsFXTtFR THAIXS LEAVE and
- i iooriiuriv akrjve daily.
ST. LOjL'IS VIA. CAIRO SHORT LIXE,
without changing car. The direct route to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
Trains leave and arrive at Cairo aa follow :
Expre. daily except f unday 2:00 p.m.
Mall, dally 4:t6a.m.
Exprest, daily 5:lflp.m.
Mail, dally except Sunday ..3:lUa m.
JAMES JOIINSOX. JOHN H. JONES.
General Sou Agt. Pascenger Agt.
QAIRO fc ST. LOUIS R. R.
IE. W. SMITIIKRS, Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
- CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS, -
Time Schedule: '
Through Expreot leaves Cairo 8:45a m.
Throe L'h Exnres arrive at E. St. Louis.. S:u)p.m.
Throogh Exprea leavea E. St. Louis.... V:00a.m.
Through Express arrives at Cairo 5:10 p.nr.
.tiurpnysnoro accommodation leaves i airoia vnp.m.
Mu'physboro Acc. arrives at Mnrphyaboro d:4Sp.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leaves Murphyuboro... 4:15 a.m.
Murphysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo li) 15 a.m.
The Cairo St. Lonl Rail Road la tho only all
Rail Route between Cairo aud St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are no delays at
way stations awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and sure connection at St. Louis with other
lines fur North, East aud West.
J. A. NAL'CLE, L. M. JOHNSON.
Agent. General Manager.
CAIRO ct VINCENNES R.R.
61 MILES TnE 89nTEST u0l;TE T0
il UTTT ITfl THE SHORTEST TO LOHS-
JllLIiO VILLE, CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
0 f, "fTT -PCJ THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
0 JLlLrjO A I'OLIS, PHILADELPHIA, NEW
YOHK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other route miking the same
tV PaMenjer by other route to make connec
ting must ride all night, waiting from ono to six
hour at small couutry stations for traiu of con
PVM FIVf nVT?TIIEFACT and take our 4:45
lkliUilMDi!iU m, tralu, renchlne Evans
villc, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville suiuo
day. Trains leave and arrive at Cairo as fallows :
Mail leave 4:45 a.m.
Mall arrives 10:pm.
Through tickets and check to all Important
F. A. MILLER ROSWELL MILLER.
Gen'l Pas. Agent, Geuernl Sup'
L, B. C IU RCH. Psonger Agent.
Jxa Hinklr, N. B. TiiiTi.awooD, J. II. MooitB
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos, 125 and 13T Commerclnl Avenue,
tlT'Llberal Adrnncemcitt made on Conln
nient" of Tobacco, Flour, aud Grain.
CBAgonl for Gear. Scott & Co, threshing ma
chines, portable nw mill and threstiing enu'lne.
Ageni forChampluu harvesting tuachlnes.uiuwors
E. O. FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
CoramneUt Avfnn Corner Ninth Street.
CAIHO, . i lIsIiXNOia.
MORNING, AUGUST 8,
nSHa.00'.1,011 1,'hy,lcl. "h" no ujnal a blood
IVr til . Hearlna of lu many wojdcrful curea a
MJnriih!;rrem!!lehsd mv4. 1 vUltcdtho lab
convinced myself of lu jenulne merit.
thi,.tIlVc.,,fro2?b'irk'' rol" and herbs, each of
wni ni highly effective, and they arc compounded
in aucu a manner as to produco astonlihlng results.
I the great blood purlflcr. '
Will cure tho worst caso of Scrofula.
Is recommended by physicians and apothecaries.
ub en'-ctea some marveloui euro la cases of
Ctin-s the worat cssci of Canker.
Meets with wonderful success In Mercurial diseases
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the system.
Remove Pimples and Humors from the face.
Cures Constipation and regulates the bowels.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dys pepeia.
Restores the entire system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizzlnu-s.
Relieve Falntness at the stomach .
Cures Paint in the Back.
Effectually caret Kidney Complaint.
la effective In Its cure of Female Weaknesses.
lathe great reraeny for General Debility.
IS TUB BBST
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, 5IASS.
Vejretine is Sold By all Driujffists,
sirrrAL aid society.
SUBSTITUTE FOE LIFE IN'SUE
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July 14th, 1877, Under the Lawsol
the Stale of Illinois. Copyrighted July
0, 1877, under Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Prksident.
Mm. P. A. TAYLOR,
J. A. GOLDSTINE,
Dn. J. J. GORDON,
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
J. J. GORDON', Physician Cairo, Ilia.
Mrs. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
Schools, Alexander County "
Mrs. E. O. FORI). Variety Bracket Store,
J. A. GOLDSTINE, of Goldstlne & Ro
senwater, Wholesale aud Retail Deulera
In Staplo and Fuucv Dry Goods " "
N. II. TlIISTLEWOOD. of lllnklo A
Thlstlewood, CommiMlou Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors " "
8, D. AYEKs, of Ayers & Co,, Commis
sion Merchants " "
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance Manager
and Attorney at Law " "
WM. STRATTON, of Stratton & Bird,
Wholesale Grocers " "
GEO. M, ALDEN, Commission Mer
chant, 78 Ohio Levee " "
JAH.S. REAKDEN, Agent Mississippi
Valley Transportation Company " "
DAKRIHON UOUPT, Watchmaker and
Jeweler " "
CHAS. R. STUART, Wholesale and He
tail Dry Goods nnd Notions 11
EDWAHD A. UlTDEK, MnntifacturiiiK
Jeweler and Wholesalo Dealer in
Watchmakers' Tools aud Materials. ... " "
EDWIN H. EGNEW, Proprietor St.
Charlo Hntnl '
IIAZEN LKIUUTON, Commission Mer-
Dr. EDWA1U) R. HOE. V. 8. Marshal
. Bonthern District Illinois Hurluglteld. Ills.
Mr. H.A. AYKKs Rldiru, "
Dr. R. 8. HUKJUAM Phvalplun Ililllnnntiiilla. Illd
JAS. M. UKLATT. Real Estate
Agent Keokuk, Iowa.
Rev. DAVID C. WELLS, Methodist
Minister ftriitjri JimrHiin. Tenn.
J. R. GL'LLEY. Merchant Merldau.Mla.
' Corner Washington Avenue and Bight Street.
A frill and enmcleta ancplr of tht beat of D
kladj meat aiway oa n4. : . y. jr.;
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool August 7, 2 p. if. Wlieat
dull-Winter, Os 2da9s 8d; Spring,
7s 10ilaSs lid; California average,
8s Cd9s 8d; California club, Os Cd
10s. Corn 4s Cd4s 7d.
NEW TORE GRAIN.
New York, August 7, 12:17 p. m.-
Wheat easier No. 2 Chicago. SI Olrfa
1 03; No. 2, Milwaukee, 1, 01l 03;
Red Winter, $1 031 09; No, 2 -Red
Wiute, No. 2 Amber, $1 08
1 08. Corn steady No. 2, 45.
, CHICAGO GRXlN AND TRODCCE.
CiircAOO, August 7, 10 a. m. Pork-
Scptcmber, ?8 15; October, $3 SO.
Oats August, 23; September, 23.
Corn September, 34 4"; October, 34,
Wient Septcmlwr, 83.
CniCAtto, August 7, 11 :00 a. m. Corn
September, 34; October, 84 . Pork
September, f3 108 12- Oats Au
gust, October, 23a'. Wicat-Sep-tembcr(8C;
Chicago, August 7, 12:00 m. Pork
September, ?3 15; October, $8 17 .
Wheat September, 85; October, 85Vj.
Oats August, 23f Corn September,
34; October, 34.
A DECIDED INCREASE OF FIIE
VEli AT MEMPHIS.
IT 18 SPREADING TOWARD THE CENTRAL
PART OP TnE CITY TWENTT-TWO NEW
CASE3 AND SEVEN DEATHS. '
Memphis, Tenn., August C Eleven new
cases were reported to the Board of Health
this morning, five white and six colored.
There has been one death since last night
Elizabeth Fletch, at 234 South street.
The city remains remarkably quiet, there
being but one arrest dunng the past
The weather is clear and warm.
Seventeen new cases in all, ten whites
and seven colored, were officiall reported to
tho Board of Health for the twenty-four
hours ending at C p. ra. In addition to
these five other cases of colored people sick
with fevor were brought to tho health of
fice after the regular report had been mad
out. iiiey win be included la to-morrow's
Two deaths have occurred since noon:
Lizzie Hotter and
REV. FATHER JOHN FAIIEY.
This is the second Catholic priest who has
fallen a victim to the scourge this year.
The deceased was the assistant priest at St.
Patrick's church, corner Desoto and Lin
den streets, and was only 24 years of age.
His condition changed suddenly at noon,
and he died a few minutes after 4 o'clock.
His remains were interred late this after
noon at Calvary cemetery.
From the locality of the now eases re
ported to-day the fever seentB to be gradu
ally approaching the heart of the city.
The steamers Annie P. Silver and City of
Helena passed up to-dny without landing.
Mail from tho East, via tho Louisville
and Nashville railroad, arrived to-night at
7 p. m. '
TENTS FOR MEMPHIS.
Washington, D. C., August 6. The Sec-,
rutary of war forwarded 500 army tents to
HOT WEATHER STORIES,
"well, it's purty hot," answered a lake
Captain in one of the ferry dock saloons
ycstcrdcTj" but it isn't nothing to tho sum
mer oi mwu. we Had it at least twenty
degrees hotter than this right along for six
weeks. I was running tho Mary Jauo be
tween Chicago and Buffalo then, and IVo
seen the thermometer stand nt 130 degrees
in the middle of Lake Huron.
"That was awful," sighed one of tho sit
ters. "Well, it was fairish, but wo didn't call it
very hot till we got into the St. Clair
River and the mercury wont up to 150 de
grees when hanging against the water-butt.
The boys used up 728 palm-leaf fans ou
one trip that year. On one of our trips
down wo were becalmed for three days on
Lake Huron. We got it there and no
"Purty hot, ch"
"Well I'm an old man, nnd I don't caro
to go to lying at this day, but I'll tell you
a tew solemn bicts. Every sail on that
schooucr smoked and smoldered till they
fell to pieces on deck and left us under baro
poles! Yes, Btr, wo had not a rag aloft as
big as your hand. That wasjust at sunrise
in tho morning, and within an hour wo had
to wet down decks to prevent them burning.
I went down stairs to consult tho thermom
eter, and it lay on tho floor, all melted into
a chunk of glass nnd tin 1 Then I began to
realize how hot it was and I got frighten
ed." "What could you do?"
"Well, not much. We had begun to rig
lines over the Ice side, so that all could
take to the water, when tho top-sail yard
came down and killed tho cook. The links
in tho cktla bad molted tight outt I never
msv cue ixt u since, tmt men too
r: ":t fcu c::!:i off rrcatljr ilace 1830.
"And about the cook t" : :
"Nothing about him. When wo picked
tli hbdy up to heave it over-board it had ',
spread out it a mass about four feet square,
and wo hail 0 use shovels before got
through. ' '
Ho was a young man and i perfect gen
tleman; and his mother never blamed mo
in the least tor scoop-shovoling his remains
over the rail. We finally rigged our lines
and got overboard." I
"And it waa much cooler?"
fcAhl young man, how little you report- V
ers know of the great lakes spread out be-
fore your gaze on tho maps 1 Cooler? Wby,
the minute wo struck tho wutcr we begun
squirming like so many eels. The lake was '
red-hot. Tho water would have cooked an
egg in four minutes. I was blistered from
head to heel in no time. Sonio day I will .
take off my coat and vest and Bhow you
my back. The flesh was actually cooked
to a depth of two inches, and for over two
years the dogs used to scent cooked meat
when I walked out, and follow mo by
dozens. Five surgeons fainted away la- a
heap at the sight of my left shoulder, and
tno only man I could get to dress my back
was a butcher under sentence of death."
"It must Jiavo been terrible. How did
you come out of the calm?"
" ell, while I was squirmmg in tho
water a whito squall struck the schooner
aud down she went. It was all over in a
minute, and air and water were hotter than
ever, l struck out for tho Canada shore,
over a hundred miles away, knowing that
it was sink or swim, but in half an hour 1
"Well, no," replied the Captain as ho
scratched his leg, "I struck an ice-berg and
climbed up into a cave near the top! I
tell you it was a grateful change to me, and
mat s one reason wny l can never see a
bunk of ice and a lemon without feeling
grateful to the man who invented both
with a very little gin in mine, if you
please." Detrait Free Press.
The officers of the Manhattan Savings
Bank aro much annoyed by tho discovery
that $5,000 of their stolen coupon bonds,
which they had expected would ultimately
return to their bauds tliroUgu recovery by
the police or by compromise, Had been re
deemed at Washington, and that tho Treas
ury officials maintained that tho bonds be
ing genuine and not being detectable, ow
ing to the alteration of the numbers, there
was no redress. The loss accordingly falls
entirely upon tho bank. The Treasury of
ficials arc liable to redeem other bonds simi
larly altered, as the alteration has been most
skillfully done, nnd tho bank will again be
looser. The number of tho bonds and cou
pons were so changed that exports could
scarcely tell the fact. The change, it is
supposed, was made by the use of an alkali
to destroy just oije figure of tho number,
which was replaced in the same color by a
stamp, thus altering the number so as to
disagree with tho printed list of tho stolen
bonds. The change required the greatest
patience and the most delicate handling ot
the color brush,, as 4jere were nuintara
upon the back and face of the bonds. Tho
cashier of tho bank said that he could . not
see what would prevent the complete loss
of the wholo $100,000 of tho stolen bonds.
The bank directors could not devise any
means ot preventing the negotiation of tho
bonds if they wero altered so as to defy de
tection. CIIASTINE COX'S PIETY.
From the New York San.
"I have visited Chastino Cox, the murder
er of Mrs. Hull, two or three times a week
ever since his incarceration," said tho Rev.
Dr. Dickerson, of the Bethel African Meth
odist cliuroh yesterday. "Ho is not under
stood by the public, Cox has gone to the
Father of all and pleaded tor pardon
through the Savior. Ho has received that
pardon, and is saved. He tells mo imme
diately after the burglary he began to pray,
and from that time to this ho has continued
to pray. When ho wont to
Boston he joined in the worship of God at
Ebenczcr church, and it was while listen
ing to a sermon that he was arrested. His
seeming indifference to bis imponding fate
is the God-given conscionsncss that when
his earthly career is done he will be taken
into tho kingdom of tho Merciful Father,
who never forgets the promises Ho has
made to the erring souls. Ho seems hap
py, my friends, because ho is happy A
voice: Yes, Lord I Bless my Jesus.'
because his soul has been washed clean by
tho blood of tho Lamb." A voice: "Hal
lelujah! Yes, Lord! Bless do Lamb !"
Nature's efforts aro alwavs directed
aright; but sometimes occasional assistance
of the proper kind proves eminently serv
iceable to her efforts. Dr. Bull's Baltimore
Pills combine every quality to render them
of peculiar service in very many disease.
You Must Cikk that Couch. With
Hh.'inM- n fttuu cure you can euro
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitii. Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all disoas oi Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely witUt an equal, Two doses' will ro
lieve your Ihild of Croup, itis pleasant to
tuko and ptfoctly harmless to tho youngest
child, and I mother can efford to bo with
out it. Yoican use two thirds of a tiottlo
and if whatVo say is not true wo will ro
fund the ptV paid. Prico 10 cts. 50cts.
and $1,00 ptWtlo. If your Lungs are'
sore or chest Mmck lame use Sliiloh's Por 1
ous PlastoMoid bY Barclay Brothers.
. JIate yfpeptriit, aro you Constipa
ted, have you Vcllow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Achif r , don't fail to use Slu- ;'
loh s System Vlizcr. It guaranteed to
relieve you, antyu you continue to auffer
when you can tfcurcd on such terms a
those. Price 10 W tod 75 cents. Sold by
Barclay Brother . -
is rich and frai
rfit. 8old by Barclay
it Sweet Er 7:
t tvi I