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II. MAREAN, M. D
' Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Mlc 140 Commercial avenue. Hoatdunce coruor
Fourteenth 8t. tod Washington avenue, Ciro.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrrtcB No. I1fi Commurclal Avenue, between
ULghtU and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
APFteE Eighth Street, nc.ir Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICK;-With the. Widows' aud OorphauiT Mu
tual Aid Society.
J INEGAK & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. W Commercial Avenue."
JtOK METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH
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Leave Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
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freight or parage apply to SOL. A. Sll. EH,
QAIRO C1T. ..FERRY CO.
ana after Monday, June W, ttie boat will make
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CAPITAL, S 100,000
W. p. IIALLIDAY, President.
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WALTER HVSLOP, Cashier.
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HEXERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Victor Trussol is in the city.
Mr. Georgo S. Fisher, wlto lias been ab
sent several weeks, visiting friends in Iown,
returned liome yesterduy.
Hon. John W. Trover wits in Cairo, yes
terday, looking after the business of the
house for which he is operating.
Up to date, thirteen persons have paid
their $ 1.50 street tax, by the performance of
two days' work, each, on the street.
A Kentucky melon peddler, hero yes
terday, realized five or six dollars for his
load, but biting at somebody's game, lost
lws money, lie was quite inconsolable.
- County Court, Judge Yoctun presiding,
adjourned, yesterday, until Monday, the
15th instant. Pull minutes of the August
term proceedings are published elsewhere.
Under a resolution introduced by Al
derman Smith, the policemen, and all other
officers of the city, have been supplied with
n copy of the ordinances.
Mr. Dan. Fitzgerald is the father of
tine boy, that made its advent Tuesday
evening, lie (we refer to Han., not the
boy) is subjected to any amount of con
gratulations. Posters jKs!ed about the city give ifflf
tice that tho Illinois State fair will open nt
Springfield on the 2'Jlhof August and close
October 4th. An unusual display in till
departments is anticipated.
An Irishman, a stranger in the city,
claims that while he was asleep on the
whart-bout, Tuesday night, his pocket was
picked ot f 1 T. lie suspects two negroes;
but, unfortunately, can't find the negroes.
Dr. II. R. Carter, who is to succeed
Dr. J. S. Fisher, in charge of the Marine
hospital here, arrived in the city Tuesday,
and has already entered upon a discharge
ot his duties. Dr. Fisher left last night for
Among the prominent names lately
added to the Reform pledge are the foltow
ing : E. M. Whitlock, C. A. Sattp, Geo. M.
Scott,.!. J. Fitzpatrick, Joe.E. liitike, Mar
tin St. John, Isaac Claiborne, T. M. Lovctt,
W. H. Jackson.
Mr. J. Wesley Lane returned to Cairo
from Leadville aud other points in the fur
west, yesterday. He looks bronzed and
hurdy, and seems to entertain n much higher
opinion of the country he visited than he
does of the people.
Some of our merchants complain that
the city authorities are becoming entirely
too strict; and conspicuously so in reference
to side-walk obstructions; but the names of
those, who don't agree with those merchants,
Policeman Duncker arrested John Cur
rollton for drunkenness, and Squire Comings
thiuking the dignity of the city hail been
"contraried" one dollar's worth, t barged up
that amount to Mr. Carrollton, not forget
ting to add the customary fringes.
The otllcers ot the Central Archery
Club elected yesterday, were: President,
Mr. Tojn Morirati, score, 87; Vice Presi
dent, Mis Minnie Corliss, score, lit; Sec
retary nod Treasurer, Miss Ella Arnold.
score, SI). Tin.' Club meets at Locust Grove
It is the purpose of Mr. O'Donncll to
enter Harlem at the Cliarles!uii races. The
animal was taken on of pasture yesterday.
As there are some very licet footed horses
in Southeast Missouri, Harlem will have no
time to 'M'ool away," if he expects to come
back to Cairo decked with the blue ribbon
Serenading parties tire abroad in tin
upper part of the city every night, "i In
fellow who said this wits so because all tin
handsome marriageable young ladies hvi
in that part of the city, was buried in a
four-dollar poplar coilin, two hours after
wards, on the outside of the Mississippi
In a recent letter to his fuuily K) Mr
Jacob Lynch informs us) Col. Winston
writes that there is nothing else l'ur him to
do In this life but to prepare for the next.
His left lung is entirely gone, and h is s
very weak now that he is confined almost
constantly within doors. He is stopping in
the vicinity of Richmond, Va,
Prof, nowmiin (colorud) of New York,
is about concluding a course of lectures in
the colored M. E. church, that is spoken of
its scholarly and interesting. Hcforc coining
to Cairo the Professor delivered a number
of lectures in Paducah, in answer to Ingcr
soil's "Gods" and "Mistakes of Moses." He
is evidently a colored man of fine culture.
Dr. Fisher says that if Mr. Truman is
correctly reported in the Chicago Times,
Dr. Fisher is not correctly reported by Mr.
Truman. He says that he indulged in no
unfavorable criticisms of Cairo's unitary
condition, for hi' considers It very fair.
N"lth"f 1M lit express any apprehension m
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOKMINU, .SEPTEMBER -4. 18T&;
to the safety of the people. He docs not
consider tho city seriously menaced cither
from without or within.
Mr. Roberts desires to qualy his
statement to us concerning tho juror sig
natures to the Glass petition. Ho has tho
signatures ot bomb of tho jurors, not all.
Ho further desires us to say that he is
working like a Trojan, in tho matter, and
only awaits tho receipt of tho defendant'
attorney's bill of exceptions to have every
thing In proper shape to lay before the
Miss Hello Gaffucy, of whoso fine elo
cutionary aud dramatic ability wc have
had occasion to speak, will visit Cairo some
time in October, when, it is expected, our
people will bo furnished anopportunity to
judge of her attainments. She is in posses
sion of high testimonials, and will doubt
less surprise many of our citizens who re
member her only as the romping school
girl of a dozen years ago.
The street superintendent, with n
suitable force of men, is distributing the
three hundred yards of Metropolis gravel,
on Levee street lie will pile gravel iu
tho center of the street to a depth of six
inches and to a width of eight feet. With
the balance he will fill up the mud holes
and depressions. The central ridge will
enforce surface drainage, and, as it Is worn
down, furnish filling for the newly made
holes and gullies.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Velio lost
their little thirteen-months old girl, yester
day, under circumstances at once distress
ing and shocking. The little one had but
recently commenced walking, nnd when
unobserved by any one secured a cup of
concentrated lye, in liquid form, and taking
a small quantity of the liquid in her mouth,
swallowed it. This happened about 11
o'clock, and at about !i o'clock the little
girl was a corpse. The funeral notice may
be found in another column.
We received a postal card, yesterday,
asking us to state what disposition had been
made of the Mrs. RoginaEarle, nee McGce,
case, pending in the Northern Illinois U. S.
District Court. We know nothing further
than what was contained in the telegrams
from Milwaukee, which was that Mrs. Earle
was admitted to bail In the sum of three
hundred dollars, which is certainly not in
dicative of a very serious case against her.
Her husband and his other accomplice were
held to security iu a much higher sum.
A colored man named Allen Drake, in
a blind and ill-natured hunt, Tuesday night,
for a house where he supposed he would be
welcomed, dashed in the door of the wrong
domicile, and stood face to face with a Mrs.
Mcl'heeters, whom he did not know.
Instead of apologizing for his intrusion, he
became very insolent and threatening.
Very properly Mrs. McPheetcrs repaired to
the office of Squire Robinson, yesterday,
and secured a warrant for Mr. Drake's
It doesn't require the keen eye of n
confidence chap to pick out from among the
poorer classes of country people who come
to the city, men who have accumulated
money. The money seems to be a constant
source of disquiet and apprehension to
them; and when they are not counting it
over to see if its all right, they keep their
hand upon it. or disclose in some other way
the place where they have it secreted. A
pick-pocket or confidence man can tell, al
most at a ylanc?, the country visitor for
whom he may "go"' with profit.
A resident of Twentieth street supplied
his milch cow with a very loud and sono
rous bell, nnd as the mosquitoes in that lo
cality will measure out a full quart to every
foot square of atmosphere, the manner in
which that female bovine clattered that
bell nt night time was most industrious and
energetic, to say the least of it. The bell
had the peculiarity too as wc are told of
sounding as it' were shaken directly under
every open window of the neighborhood. All
this being true, it is a work of supereroga
tion in us, its a dotter down of local hap
penings, to add that a white-robed form was
seen skulking about that cow-yard the oth
er night, and that, since that time, the bell
A man of straw, cupped and coated,
was thrust through the open window of a
young man's sleeping apartment, in the
upper portion of the city, after the young
mini had retired, Tuesday night, and fixed
in a standing position in front of the open
ing. The young man was then awakened,
espied the supposed intruder, demanded to
know what he wanted; warned him to
make himself senrce or take tho conse
quences, and finally called for help to tum
ble the d l burglar out of the window!
All this racket eliciting no response or
movement from the strange visitor, tho
young man cautiously approached, seized
the figure, and with a "Now d n you"
let it go again. Remarking, sotto voce,
tlmt "somebody's been playing smart," he
regained his bed and slept until morning.
That's the way tho story goes, at all events.
A gentleman who was on the Narrow
gauge excursion train, last Sunday, declares
tlmt the rowdyism ot tho ruffians who
boarded the train at Mill Creek, was uot
only of a character that calls for the atten
tion of the grand jury; but for the severe de
nunciation of every lover of law and order
in the country. Tho gang was composed
of young men, all of them intoxicated, nnd
very anxious for everybody to know that
they were "bully boys from Mill Creek, by
(I dl" Their conduct was not only ruf
fianly; hut beastly. They nrido a great
show of courago among unarmed boys and
women; but kopt themselves carefully
aloof from tho negro men on tho trsm who
wero prepared, and quito willing to shoot
their heads off. Our Informant says, firing
their revolvers at a lamp, iu tho car, was a
sample of tho "fun and pastimn" in which
they Indulged. Tho smashed windows and
generally demolished condition of tho car
in which they rode, show that their "fun"
was not restricted to tho lamps.
Tho dull proceedings of our City
Council are enlivened, now and then, by a
humor. Even au attempt on the part of a
member to say something witty, 'though
failure attend tho attempt, is accepted at
the full value of tho intention. Davis, in a
letter to that dignified body, represented
that he couldn't carry out his agreement to
publish the proceeding nt $4 per month
without losing money; and that ho would
not publish any more unless the Council
paid him $7.50 a month. Tho quandary,
or, more properly the silence that followed,
was finally disturbed by a member who
moved that "the resignation of tho Cairo
Sun be accepted." The laugh that fol
lowed, was succeeded by a heartier one
when Throckmorton's bill for ten mattresses
was read. A member who closely watches
the outgoes, asked to be informed for what
service the mattresses were intended? The
apparently honest reply that they were for
the "mounted guardsmen," excited a "ha!
haw!" that aroused every sleeper in the
The collector is held personally res
ponsible for all taxes on personal property
that he might have collected by destraint,
or otherwise, but failed to collect. His
collections have beeu very close, yet quite a
number of persons are delinquent who
might have paid, had they "e trained a
point" to do so. On the 10th of the present
mouth he will publish his "Black List." in
which the names of all the above described
delinquents will be included. He is not
unmindful of the iact that he will give of
fence to some; but he feel quite sure that
he can stand the racket. If any man's
name is omitted from the list, the public
may rest assured that the man is not charged
with any taxes, or has paid up. Fine
clothes, high social position, respectable
connections, etc., will cut no figure in the
case. The name that stands on the tax
book opposite to a sum of unpaid personal
taxes, will be published, the collector says,
let it belong to whom it may! Wc make
this second reference to the matter at the
instance of the collector, as he desires every
delinquent in the county to be apprised of
Speaking of horse races, so frequent
and numerous, now-a-days, the most re
markable of which we have read, was that
which came oil at Evansville, the other
day. The conditions were that John
James, an athlete and circus rider, using
ten horses, should ride twenty miles, dis
mounting nnd remounting every half mile;
while Bedford, of Bedford's park, with ten
horses and two riders, should make the
same distance, having both of his riders
mounted at the start, and requiring them
to remount onlv as thev changed horses.
Bedford's riders weighed ninety-six and
one hundred and twenty-five pounds re-
pectivcly, while James weighed 1C1
pounds. The race was intensely exciting,
and exceedingly close the whole distance
to the last half of the 19th mile, whin
James' horse flew the track, and threw him
heavily to the ground. He was on his feet
nnd in his saddle almost instantly; but the
advantage gainet'. by his opponent was
more than he could overcome. The race
that was clearly his at the moment of the
mishap, was won by Bedford by about fifty
yards. The twenty miles was covered in
forty-six minutes which was equivalent to
2 minutes 18 seconds to the mile. That
James should m:;ke this time, nnd mount
and dismount forty times, is most extraor
dinary. ALEXANDER CO. COUNTY COiKT.
HON. ISEUHEN S. YOCC.M, .ICDOK, l'Ur.Sll)NH.
Transactions in Probate Court nt Au
gust term :
Final report in estate of A. C. Hodges,
deceased, approved and Administrator dis
charged on filing receipts of distributees.
Last will nnd testament of David Arter,
deceased, admitted to probate, and Wood
Rittenhouse nnd Jacob Martin appointed
Letters issued to Elijah Dicker-son ns
Guardian of Sarah E. Brown, minor, heir of
Sarah E. Parrot, deceased.
Report in estate of John Craig, deceased,
Report in estate of Joseph Stratib, de
ceased, approved and administrator ordered
to give notice to heirs and apply for final
Buttlement and discharge at October term
' Report of private sale in estate of James
Clonan, approved and public sale ordered.
Letters issued to Win. Wagoner, ns admin
istrator of the estate of Teron Oilson, de
ceased, nnd Wm. llolJen, Win. Parrott and
John Hardin, appointed appraisers.
Reports of Elijah Dickerson, gaurdinn
of minors heirs, Melinda Dickerson and
N. 8. Blodget, deceased, approved.
Sale bill in the estate of Chnrlcs Wag
oner, deceased, approved,
Letters issued to Win. J. Milfordus guar
dian of minor heirs of Joseph Straub de
ceased. Letter issued to Henry Latham, ns ad
ministrator of Nora St. Roma, deceased.
Report of Rufus .Milter, guardian of
minor heirs of Georgo Augustine,' decoasod,
Letters Issued to Georgo V. Freeze as
guardian of minor heirs of Georgo Au
Claims were allowed agaiuBt tho estates
and In favor of tho claimants, named below,
ruirornsflliio Soc. vs. Wm. T. Ikcr-
wurt, 7th class I
Parmer's Ins. Co. vs. A.C. Hodges,
Jno. Iludgcs vs. Charles Wagoner,
1st class 35 00
Jno. Hodges vs. Charles Wagoner,
Chas. Auglin vs. Charles Wagoner,
Jacob Higgle, administrator, vs.
Chas. Wagoner, 7th class
H. Weiincyer vs. W. M. Atheiton,
Patier & Co. vs. II. W. Wilcox,
L. P. Craiue vs. 11. W. Wilcox, 7th
Wm. Harroll vs. H.W.Wilcox, 7th
class !M0 03
B. F. Curtis vs. Charles Wagoner,
John Keiselt vs. Chas. Wagoner,
Dr. J. Nowatney vs. Chas. Wagon
er, 5th class
Dr. J. Nowatney vs. Chas. Wngon
er, 7th class
R. Lehring vs. ("has. Wagoner,
Wm. Wagoner vs. Win. M. Athcr
ton, 7th class
City National bank vs. Wm. M.
Athcrton, 7th class
Orr & Lindscy vs. Wm. H. Athcr
ton, 7th class
J. II. McLean vs. Wm H. Athcr
ton, 7th class 57
George Miller vs. Win. M. Ather-
,1 ?Hi nlima 1ft P
Wm. Harrell vs. Wm. M. Athcrton
C. C. Beumfield vs. Wm. M. Ath
crton, 7th class
Jno. JI. Lansden vs. Bidget Clark,
7 th class '
Lander Manufacturing Co., , vs.
Chas. Wuironer. 7th class 14 50
Adjourned until Monday morning, Sep
tember 14th, 171).
A JUROR HAS A WORD TO SAY.
Editor Calr Bulletin:
Dear Sir: I have been called to the
front through the columns of your paper of
yesterday, stating that a Mr. Roberts has
obtained the signature of till the jurors in
the negro Glass case. . Now, for the benefit
ot "Wilheltn," I will state, that it is true I
swore to render a verdict according to the
law and evidence, and one that I believed.
in my honest judgment, to be right and
just. I did so; and from that day
until this I have neither said nor signed to
the contrary. Yours respectfully, etc.
Died, yesterday morning, Vcllc,
daughter of Joseph M. Voile, aged
Kl months. Funeral services at the
residence of the parents, corner Ohio
Levee and Fourth street this
morning. The funeral cortege will leave
the house nt 8 a. m., sharp, in buggies for
Villa Ridge, where the remains will be in
terred. Friends of the family are invited to
Commencing September Oth, the Cairo
and Vincennes Railroad will sell Round
Tnp Tickets to Cincinnati at reduced rates
Tickets good for return until October Kith.
F. A. Mili.ku,
General Passenger Agent.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
Yuu Miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, 01 Ohio Levee.
Tks Cents Woktii. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tohsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
Chicago Exposition. The I. C. R. R.
will sell excursion tickets tit greatly re
duced rates. Cairo to Chicago and return,
14.05. Ticket of admission to exposition
with each excursion ticket. Tickets for
sale all through the month.
W. P. Johnson, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
Jas. Johnson, Gen'l Southern Agent.
A. Mai:x, now in New York, will pur
chase the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
Anti-Bkma'.m Puui;s At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
nearvAIexandcr County Bank. Customers
will find n clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shampooing,
25 cents. Give him n call.
It will pay you to await the opening of
an entire near stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. B. Stetson lints, etc. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, 01 Ohio
11 pound OI i.l Barry Letter Heads.
B$ ". ;l " Note Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
2y3 " Mni'n Note Heads.
The dkst quality of paper nt prices of
the cheapest grade.
5)6 jMiund statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling nnd Binding, all kinds, at Tub
Notice. to am whom it matconof.iih
Tho Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with tho Bulletin, unlot.8 th
samo is made on a written order signed by
i ..in.. .. i . . . .
inysuu, iidu mo onier must bo attached to
tho bill when presented, and no cbntraeta
for advertising or job work aro valid unless
tho samo aro endorsed bymyself.
. E. A. Burnett.
Oct at Last. "Goou morning, friend
A., I am surprised tosco you out, and look
ing so well; I heard you wero confined to
your room, and bed, by that pest of human
ity, Piles." "Yes, Mr. B, I had been long a
sufferer when I heard of Tabler's Buckeye
Pile Ointment. It proved a blessing to mo
indeed, one bottlo having so far restored mo
as to enable mo to bb about my business
again with case ami comfort. You con rec
ommend it as a genuine remedy." Prii o
50 cents a liottlc. For sale by Barclay
H''"- , i.
Is it Tnt'K. Is it true that a retnodv has
been compounded which will do away with
the iniueral and drastic purgatives of tho
past centuries, and which, while entirely
efficient, will leave the system in its former
healthy condition? Yes, tho remedy is
Tabler's Portaline, or Vegetable Liver Pow
der; a cure for all the. disorders nrising
from a torpid liver, and a innocent as spring
water. Give it a trial. It will do what it
promises. Price 50 cents n bottle. For
sale by Barclay Bros.
THE KOXITAHLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES
MAKES T 1 1 K Ft) L LO W I X G A N N O N't' E
M EN T TO T 1 1 E P 1 1 ! L I C :
The dissatisfaction which prevails
throughout the community with regard to
onerous conditions contained in life assur
ance contracts and the judicial decisions
based thereon, together with the public in
dorsement of the liberal usages of this So
ciety, as shown by its largely increased
business, has led the management seriously
to consider whether the contract could not
be simplified and certain conditions eresed
therefrom which have been the subject of
much criticism and misconception.
After a careful examination of the ex
perience of some of the best companies in
Great Britain, who have shown a greater
liberality than has been customary in this
country, this society feels justified in adopt
ing a form of contract in which the follow
ing important concessions are made to pol
icy holders throughout the United .States:
1. Policies will be made incontestable
after three years from their date.
2. Each ordinary policy will provide for
a definate surrender-value in paid-up assur
ance, in case the jtolicy is forfeited after
three years from its date.
!5. Each Tontine policy will contain a
definite surr"nder-value in cash, in case of
withdrawal nt the end of the tontine
4. The contract will be concisely aud
clearly expressed, containing only such
provisions as are necessary to protect thu
5. The above concessions will hereafter
inure to the k'nefitof all policies already
issued and in force, after three years from
their dates resjK-ctively.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS in ihl colaniu. ot
live line each or lem will be published for K.'i
reui overv tnoertien: n moiitha without chatter,
Sl.(D) per inimth. Each additional llm " cti i.
Mtuatinna wanti'd fme.
Dwelling of S rooiiK. on Eleventh street, mar
('ommerciul lately occupied bv S. Y I'ercr, E-i.
M.J. HOWLEY. Acent
Several irirkla)rn are wanted to work on Hurt
nian'n biillilinj. Apply at corner Ninth Mreet and
Commercial HENRY STtH'T
Delmonlro Hotel, Cairo. Illinola Liberal trnm
to a (rood tenant. Apply to
t.REEN A GILBERT.
Att'yc. I alro,
To the Hibernian Fire Compnny No 4: Annual
election will be held Sfptrmber silj. 1?i
ANDY Sll.LIVAN. Secy .
Kim Sale Separately or together, a n t of alngl.:
barnoii. a new. bii'.'L'v ciiKliion and a bnjrgv whip
Apply nt Bulletin blnderv. Joe K. lit'l'.KK
II EADil'AKTEIiS FUR FIXE ALCHEMY tiOODs
Bone. Arrow. Taraeta, Shooting i.love etc., at
C. V. HENDERSON'S, Commercial aveL. r. ror
tier Twelfth Mrcel
Twoatory brlrk hoiife. elttit rootni. on Ninth
Hreet. opposite Dr. DiiunlnK . Apply to A. .Marx,
til Ohio Levee.
IMPEJilAL GRAN I'M.
SU'ERIOI! NITRITION THE LIFE "
The Great Medicinal Food.
Tliu Hal valor For luvnllda nnd the Aged. An In
tompurnhlc Ailment for thetirowlh unit Protec
tion of Intitule nml Children, A Superior
Nutritive Iu Continued Fever, mid a
Reliable IteuieilliiJ Agent In all l)!etie ot Hid
Stomach nnd IntcNtlucH.
fl'IlIS juetly celebrated DiKTr.Tii: 1'liKrAliATioN in,
J- In coiuiioi'ltlon, principally the (iLiTKN derived
from the White Wintkii Flint Wiikat Ckiieal, r
Kolld extract, the Inveiitlnn of mi eminent Chemist.
It hii not only been highly recommended, but cer
tilled to by a large number of Chemist and I'liynl
diun representing a very high degree of medical
aclencc hp the Siileht, Most Acceptable nnd Iliilcll
hie Food for thetirowlh nml I'roteetlon of In Ian N
nnd Children, nnd lor Mm hers lacking. SiUHclent
IsoiirlHiimeui lor llielr otlxprliig,
t'nllke those prrpiirntloim iniidu from animal or
vliuHiH mutter, which lire linhlu to ptlniuliitu tho
hrnlu mid Iri'ilula I he dlgeatlve orpin. It embrace
lull elementary c6iiipoltlon -
Tlmt which tniike tronir Bono nnd MilPcle. That
which tnnki.'P good Fleh and Blond. That which I
ciisy of DlgcHtlou-never ronllpntlng. Thul which I
kind and friendly to the Brain, nnd Hint which iii tn
ii preventive of thonu lnteiinni uisortier luclilen-
till to Childhood.
And. while It would biidllllcult to concelveof imv
llihi' In Fund or Docrt more creamy nnd dcltclniix.
or more nourishing mid Ptrengtliening n nil nil
inent In Fever. I'lilmoiinry Coiiiiilnlin, l)vtMppln
nnd (ieiieral Debility, It Hauk Mi.dicinai, Em kl
lknce In nil lNTi:TiNAl. DtsKAHKN, cspeclnlly In
Dvsenterv, Cliruulv DlarrlinMi anil Cholera Infiin-
' t as in
IIiip been Incontestiibly Proven.
Mold Wholesale nml
PRINCIPAL CITIES of tho UNITED BTATES,
.ToriN CAHI.K 4 SONS. NEW YORK,