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. pwri&WtON AL CAHM-fHTrtlCI AXU. r
H. MARFAN, M. I).,
KomVoiatklflPKysU'Un awt Suifaou
mi -nn.mfriii annua. Residence corner
Fourteenth Hi. tod Valiinton -.vcnne. f iro.
J)R. E. W. WUITLOCK, . 18
omit-Wo I3i CommercUl Arenue, ttw,a
jy?. W. C. JOCELYN,
umOK-KiKtitli StretU near Commercial An-nue.
NOTARY PI UUr.
rplOMAS LEWIS, ;
'nUry Fublic ami C'oiivej uuccr.
OF?iCI:-Witli tue Widow' and Oorpuaui' Mu
tual Aid Socioty. '
j ISEUAR A LANSDKN,
t.F?i02 No. US Commercial Aveuue.
JOR METROPOLIS AND PADITAII.
K!c,nlJidwbe! Pawemjcr Steamer
A J. BIUD...
U-.r Ctir verr afternoon at 3 o'clock, tor
Patluc!. eropo;i .and wy Usdiu. ot
freijit or pe apply to SOL. A. blL hU,
CAIRO CITY ..FERRY CO.
0 and ifU-r Monday, June 16, Vm boat will mate
ts. fouowuig trip:
Li vis liavs nans
Rt Fourtii : Missouri Laad'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 . m.
It a. m.
3 p. m
?:S) a. m.
9:M a. m
1! ) a. m.
i: W p..
:) a. m.
lit a. m.
S:30 p. m.
10 a. ci.
4 p. m.
Ji.-ms Ili.NKLa, K. B. Thisttliwood, 4. II. Mook
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. IS and 1-2T CommeK'.ti Avenue. ,
tfLibera! Advancement msda on CuLflfii
mnut of Tobacce. floor, and Grain.
Mr-AitfUUforOcar, Scott Co. threhins ma
chine, portablu saw mlU and thrvtbiDg ouiu.:.
AkqU for Cbamviaa barreitiug nvacbint-a. muwur
J ACOB WALTER,
Dealer in EYesh Meat:
itetweea Wttfehington and Com
jncrcial A.v, udjuininj; Xlarmya.
V R SP for a!e th best Beef. Pork, Mutton. Veal.
lamb, SauHaKv. c, and 1 prepare! to nerve
isjiiuion la an accuiiwoie naowr.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Ief r ig e rj ato r Cars,
Wliolesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor.Tweltth Street and Levee,
pOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
. John T. Reiuiie,
T 1 A VINO KKtalillatiod hlaworka al tbeabov
' Al tlonnd plaua 1 bin lor prcpifd tbau vi-r fni
Uavius a H(tim Uammur and aumle Tool, tfiu
Bianuiacture of all kind of Mavlilnury, Aallroad,
VfinlMtat and Ilrldge FoMuk" made ipociulty.
Khhi:IkI aSUjuUoa (ilveu to repair of It- iioe aad
Bran CntlnK of all kind made to ordui
T1IE DAILY BIILLETIK
ENTERED AT THE ;MT OVW K IS CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND CI.AfiS MATTER.
OFFICIAL rlPBlt or AtKiAKuWcoiryTY.
Only Morning1 Daily iu Southern IUiuoIs,
Cairo, 111., heptembe
pr ii. I W. i
.Mine. Uar. Tner. Hum Wind. Yrl Weather.
:4i a 111 13
I : u - -
Maximum Temtwrntuiv. ; llulmum Tew
pewum'.M.'; Rainfall, O.W luch.- r
Serc'l Slcual Corn. V. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Hoggarth's Humpty-Dumpty troupe is
IxKktHl for Cairo, next Thursday hiul Fri
day. Tle "reputation of the troupe is goou.
Oysters only three tlays from their
UhIs, in ilohile hay, were on sale on
Eighth street, yesterday, at 50 nnd GO cents
SmureOsl'Orn furnishes his particular
friends, who ask it ns a special tavor, a
chaaceto obtain one of Hie lest gold
watches in the city.
-Capt. Shields plumes himself on uiak
a center shot Monday myht, with the
second arrow lie winged a memlwr ot
the Central Archery C!u!.
Mr. Richard Sylvester, jr., of the St.
Louis Republican, called uixn us, yester
day. He remained in the city over niut,
and will leave to-day.
A man in business awl needing starch
we will say would l in a bad tix it. tie
could not get it on credit, at any price.
This gives Davis a chance for another item.
If the weather permits, the Central
Xrehery Club will picnic and prize shoot
. . . . S 'PI...
in tue I'aru to-morrow anermvu. na-
bovrs will be strung promptly at 2 o'clock.
Supper will be served at 6.
The principal actor in Sunday's hulla-
1 allot, on Poplar and Fifteenth. apieared
before Squire Comings, yesterday, and
srave satisfactory assurance that he will be
on hand for trial to-day.
It was a most inauspicious uiht, last
night, for the "Great Southern Real Negro
Minstrels:"' but as.a large nutn!er of re
served seats Isad been sold, and as the com
pany had a drawing reputation the house
was well filled.
A vel'.ow woman called upon the
Mavor, yesterday, and plead quite pathetic
ally for the release of Miss Ella Davis.
from the cala!oose. "Miss Ella was not
really, iu a fix to be k"pt iu jail. There
was no telhu" how soon, 'etc. Ve were
not informed as to the outcome.
The larger liouhlers in levee street
might, with ooj results, be pouuded into
survace. They will, otherwise, alway
protrude, create a rough (juitacc, anl, in
case of "Itattle-royals" among steamlioat
crews, Cairo doctors or newspajnrr innn.
would form over-handy deadly missiles.
We understand that there was a meet
ing of saloon-keepers, last night, the object
of which was to consider the situation in
view of the continued enforcement of the
Sund.iv law. We were unable to find out
what course the '"boys" concluded to adopt.
It will probably develop itself in a day or
The report was circulated m I'adiieah,
Sunday evening, that the Champion had
blown up near Cairo, killing a largo num
ber of the crew and passengers. Of coure
the report was wholly unfounded; but it
caused great uneasiness among those who
had friends or relatives on board. It was a
cruel, idiotic lie.
Ella Davis tired sundry verbal rounds
into the ears of Mrs. McPliocters. Smiday
evening, to the great damage of Mis. Mac's
feelings. Wherefore Mis Davis was
brought before Squire Robinson. ycstwl..y,
and subjected to a line of live dollars and
the usual costs. She will balance the ac
count by a week's sojourn in the calalxHisc.
Judge Browning will not preside in
our Circuit Court during the September
teriu, as was anticipated. Judge Baker
will preside. It strikes us that thiscliaii"-
ing about from county to county must not
only be annoying to the Judges, hut must,
tu some measure, interfere with the prompt
dispatch of business.
The Hibernian lire company held its
regular annual election, Monday evening..
Mr. Jacobs was elected president: M. J.
Ilowley, vice president; ('has. ('. Mason,
secretary Tim Gorman, foreman ot engine;
James O runny, assistant, and Robert How
itt, foreman of hose. N. B. Tlnstlcwood.
Thomas Koane and Robert Smjlh were
If the thief who whined and growled
because, some of his stolen bank bills were
ut n discount, was justly considered n mean
thief, how shall wc class the Cairo Sun man
who regularly filches our items, pusses
thein oil' as his own, and then whines at
The Dum.ktin because nil of them are
not good ones i Wo propound the interro
gatory : the reader can pinke tliu classili
catiou. Dr. E. M. Lowe, of Pulaski, was in
the city, yesterday, on business. Ho is of
Republican antecedents; but the imwtvivu
lent Bourbon iu Egypt is not more bitter or
unrelenting in hi denunciations of the
"rotten," ''thieving"' and "corrupted" Re
publican party than the Doctor i.s., He is
one of the very few Republican Green
backers who do not play, false with their
Peni'-cr'if.c :er.f ..leruW
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKMlNCj, SEPTEMBER 10. 1879.
-It has been suggested that the f?!J'per
month, usually paid tothepolico magistrate
by the city, In lieu of costs, t bo paid, to
Squires Robinson and Comings, an equal
portion to each, while they arc performing
the police magistrate's duties. The tub to
bo thrown to Squire Osborn is all tho lines
he may collect. The proposition Is fair
enough, if the three justices are agreed. If
we mistake not tho matter was brought to
the attention of the council, last week, but
elicited no discussion. ,
Phociou Howard has established a new
weekly paper iu Danville, to w hich ho has
given the name of the "Danvillo Bourbon."
The head is awkwardly imbcUishcd with
bust cuts of Jackson and Calhoun. The
editorials arc exceedingly aggressive, and
possess all the fire and snap that Thocion is
worlt to impart to his w ritings. Tho Bour
bon declares for the itu-election of Tilden
in 18S0. The local advertising patronage is
not what it ought to be, if there is a purpose
to sustain the paper.
Perhaps tho drunkest man in Cairo,
yesterday, was tho larricue Andy Cain
picked up on Thirteenth street, about six
o'clock, in the evening. He was as limber
as au empty bag; and nail he been the
owuu'of tho world he would doubtless
have given it all for the privilege of throw
ing liimself at full length on the sidewalk
nnd of taking a three hours' sleep. Ho
managed, however, with the support ot two
men, to plunge along until he reached the
calaboose. Once there he was in the arms
of Morpheus in four seconds.
Mr. William Kendall, the gardener, is
shoit a tine mule, and he is inclined to yield
to the impression that the animal has been
stolen. ' For some reason or other the
rascals who steal Cairo horses or mules In
come dissatisfied with their acquisitions and
after riding Ym a score of miles oi more,
turn 'm loose to shift for themselves. Four
of the horses stolen from this city within
he past six weeks have been recovered
within a score of miles of this city, wanner
ing about in the woods where the thieves
The resorts of patent medicine ped
dlers to draw crowds are often ingenious
anddecidely original. We had a peddler of
liniment here the other day, who traveled
with a learned horse. Another liniment
peddler is ou the way here with a negro
tninistrel troupe that he draws arouudi a
two-hoise-wagon. He is in Paducah, now,
and will, if he shtys long enough, bankrupt
the town. Business men close stores, labor
ers quit woik and the whole popttlition
gather alxiiit the wagon to witness the per
formances of the miuistivls. It is con
jectured that, with the possible exception
of three iH;rsons, every man in Paducah has
a bottle of liniment.
-- Several little girls were abroad, yester
day, selling tick-tsto the Hag'w benefit ball
or sociable, in the Rough and Ready hall
to-night. They seemed to lie much en
couraged I y their success. The call is cer
tainly one that appeals to the sympathies
of everybody. Few men have sutlered as
Mr. Hagie has suffered and survived. The
mostexcrutiating pain follows every move
ment of his Iwdy. lie is entirely helpless.
His leg, inllumed and swollen, is said to be
a most sickening sight to look at, and that
no one looking at it can place his recovery
among the possibilities. He has iour chil
dren, ami is. of course, ut the end of four
months' confinement, entirely penniless.
Let his In'iieu't, then, ho a roiiser.
It may be assumed that the report oi
the pistol that signalized the death of Jim
Medium, awakened all the sleepers in the
house. That noil" of these heard the fero
cious wniclt dog iiark, is convincing evi
dence to lis that the murderer did not run
away from the building immediately after
firing the shot This very fact furnishes a
due which the officers should not overlook.
That th" wife, awakened by tin; report, did
m t see anybody or hear any retreating
f'ootstej s, is another fact of no little conse
quence to those who may undertake the
working up of the ease. Wherever the of
ficers can lodge a motive tor putting the
old man out of the way, mukiik will be a
good place to look for the murderer.
' Old S.irah Williams, who has spent
more time in Lhe calaboose limn any other
per-oii living, completed a long term of
impiisoment. Monday morning, and was
one of the most contrite and repentant
creatures ever discharged from that estab
lishment. She had washed and uiimded all
her clothing, and expressed a stout resolve
to lead a sober, industrious life. She would
try, she said, to obtain it good home; but
she had acted so badly, of late, that she
felt a hesitancy about asking for a place in a
decent family : but as she had resolved upon
a better life, she would go and go until she
obtained the home. Parties who missed
along Fourth street, alioul 10 o'clock, Mon
day . evening, might have met Sarah,
"whooping drunk," and m a fan way to
earn a term of a round hundred days. Tin.
wretched woman seems to be completely
wedded to her cups.
-We received a copy of the Williams.
port (Ca.,) Banner, yesterday, with the fol
lowing paragraph, which tells of the pres
ence of Aldennnii Puller on his old stump
Ing ground- marked : "Mr. Charles Pntie'r,
of Cairo, Illinois, is heru on a visit. Ho i
stopping vili the family of Mr. Adam Foil
liter. East Third street. Twenty-four yours
ago he was a clerk In the store of lpik-gnu"
.v inognrdner, then the largest establish
ment In the place. He also cleiked fr Mr
Henry 1,'linam, and wan well known by
nearly all the oltf ctlizens "of tliepluceT" Mr".
Patier is novr a lending merchnnt of South
em Illinois. His partner in business is
Mr. William Wolf, also from this city, who
years ago sold goods for William Lyon.
Mr. Wolfs mother and bno sister are now
residing in Rock town. The many friends
of these cuterprisiug gentlemen will bo
glad to learn, ot their continued prosperity."
Telegrapher Kent Is our authority for
saying thatyi telephono exchange can bo
secured in Cairo, if as many as twenty-fivo
jnitrons can be obtained. There would be
a central office to which all the wires would
converge, so that any patron might be
thrown in connection with any other patron,
by making known his wishes to the party
in charge at the office. The mills might bo
connected with tho post office; the banks
with the homes of their officers, and every
member of the "exchange" would have tho
use of every other members telephone, for
the purposcses of "talk." The cost per
month would depend upon the lenghth of
the wire. As an approximation, Mr. Kent
informed us that a half mile wire
would cost, say, $1, a three-quarter mije
wire $,", and alwut $1 for each additional
quarter of a mile. It seems to us that
twenty-five subscribers to such an arrange
ment might be obtained, with very little ef
fort. It would certainly save an immense
amount of hustling about, and would prove
serviceable in a thousand ways.
The petition circulated in Glass' behalf
sets forth that an important witness (one
who saw Carter thresh Glass, about the wo
man) was not present at the trial ; and it
further says that, because of Glass' poverty,
he was unable to secure able and experi
enced counsel. The friends of the dooniCjd
man ought to make a better showing than
that. The character of the attorneys will
have but little weight. The Governor will
consider the facts that went to the jury, ami
if any facts favorable to Glass have been
discovered since the trial, affidavits setting
them forth, should lie obtained and placed
in the Governor's hands. I'ndir the im
pression that there was "plenjy of time."
the parties interested in the procurement of
a commutation, deferred action until the
interval for work had been narrowed down
to a few days. Tiiere is no time now to de
vote to the taking of the affidavits, even if
the whereabouts oi the witnesses were
known, and the alleged facts could be
proven. The Governor will require more
than the mere statement that certain facts
favorable to the prisoner, were not given t
the jury. He mut know what those facts
are, and must further know that they are
true. It is one of those cases wherein
gushes of sympathy, and superficial gener
alities will cut no figure whatever. Noth
ing but stern, naked facts, tried by the
measure oi ine law, win ueicrmine me
matter for Glass or against him.
A gentleman, a profesional man of
good standing, met us on the street, yester
day, and told us that the Reverend "Sam
pier" had been discussing the yellow fever
subject from the pulpit and that we must
publish his remarks. We replied that
we didn't believe that the "Sampler" had
lone anything of the kind. At this the
professional man "tired up," and said that
if we didn't publish 'em in the Bu.i.ktin
he'tl cause their publication in the New
York Herald, Chicago Times, Boston pilot
Moble Register, Okolona States. New Or
leans Delta nnd every othir paper in the
L'nited States, .inn in the weekly Tsche
Tschangook, of Canton, and the Cairo
Evening Sun. Of course we had to suc
cumb and agree to publish em. After
feeling in five pockets, the doctor produced
from the sixth, a rumpled manuscript, ot
which the following is a translation:
"During his Sunday morning discourse the
Rev. 'Sampler" spoke of the plague that
were sent upon r.ypt, ami naiurany
enough, dropjH'd into a discussion
ot the yellow fever subject:
We's expostulated to it," he said, "and the
doctors is lgnornu-. ul what tracts tnc u-i.r-
less epidermis, or distracts it. In their ig
norosity they ascribate it to the 'Germans."
"Kill the Germans" they say, and the
dreadsome tourer '11 not be troublous; and
then they di.-truvate lime and tar and borax,
and blue vitriol, and almond hulls and sul
phurand bandanna skins and hoop-skirts
ami old tin-ware-jest as if a Dutchman
couldn't cnduriite sech disorderi.ors as well
ns a nigger or white man! Not a single
"German" has been killed or dmv away
and yet, who can name the man that has
been sporai'ieatedf Nobody ( Then 1 de-
clamate it from this secret nostrum, that
all your lime, and tar and bandanna hulls
is throwed away upon the Dutch, for the
"Germans" is not cxponsible for the fear
less epidermis "' more than the niggers
is;'' And every member of tho congrega
tion was not only convinced of the sound
ness of the Reverend "Sampler's" theoriz
ing; but also convinced of the extreme "ig
norosity'' of the Cairo doctors. The notion
that the ''Germans" could bo killed oil' by
slinging lime about the city, snid nn old
father In Israel, was simply preposterous.
"Ef they really wants the Gerin'ns killed,"
said he, "jest let 'em say so, and give the
A. Maiix, now in New York, will pur
chase tho finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
You Miss rr If you buy clothing nnd
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, 01 Ohio Lwce.
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS R.R .,
During the fair at Jonosboro Sept. Oth o
13th inclusive tho south bound train will
wait at Joncslwro until 4 :30 p. m. for tho
convenience of those wishing to attend the
fair. Round trip tickets ot reduced rates.
J. A. Nauole, Ag t.
Opened yesterday morning nnd
will continue to supply . customers
with the choicest steaks, roasts and
all kinds ot cut meats. Shop corner Eleventh
street and Washington avenue, at tho old
stand. All old friends and new customers
are invited to give 119 a call.
Tho Missionary Baptist association will
meet, with the Fourteenth Street Baptist
Congregation, at their church every day
this week, from 9 a. in. to 4 p. m., com
mencing Tuesday, September Oth. All
churches, white and colored of any denomi
nation, arc cordially invite.i to meet with us
daily. The committee trusts that the citi
zens when called upon, will all contribute
something towards defraying the expenses
of the delegates and the meeting.
The fashionable Ixiot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that he
can still be found at his shop iu tho Athc
neutu building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from "the !est material an. 1 of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
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 hats. ete. A
Marx, tue successful clothier, 01 Ohio
Stu.vvko on Sf'H.KS. Dark mare mule
almost black, w.tli short neck, ash col
ored nose aul breast, MHUtt I.V4 hands
high, 7 years old. well made, smooth large
long legs; show, halter burn on right hind
foot at pastry joint; lump on left hip. I
will pay $20 reward to any person
who will bring the mule to me.
Wm. Kkmui.u 34th Srb et.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
r,i'. " " '" ,,t,. It. .-l is
Linen Letter IL-ads.
Linen Note Heads.
The iikst quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
!.l jHHind statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and lli pound Bill Heads all sizes,
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
w holesale prices, printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kinds at The
Bl'LI KTIS office.
ANTi-Bti.HM Pi:icKs-At the lmrler
shop of J. Geo. Stnnhouso, Eighth ftrcet,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sa
lsfactory work. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 2o cents; Shampooing.
'53 cents. Give hint a call.
I.I. A I V E It TI s Ii M K NTS In 1UI column, ol
1 V tivc 11 ij.-h each orkxsM',',1 In- pulilMKi) for i"
(I'M i:vr v tiiM-rtiou: .'I mors! hp without ctinuae,
$1.00 per month. ICiu ti nildilional lino. 5 ccut.
sUiuh: loin aiilc il frco.
ki kninuku mio.ms run rknt.
Two ruriii-hi'd room for rent, with or wlihoat
lioiir'l. A ;ly ut Mrs. Kitwrald. cornor ol
Twelllh iiinl I'opinr
HiK SALE -PltOPEKTY. '
A No. 1 Hiir room :unl slo-lvln j lor oltloc fiirnl
t'lr.o i I:t iK' clu-Hji Alo muny other hur-room
;'iiin-s. IliHiuirc ofChara.' sclioi nmeyer, corner
Truth -ir. i-t nntl Wahini;ton nvumi".
li-lnnmlro Hotul. Cairo, Illinois. Liberal terms
O) a Lood tenimt. Apliiv to
(tKKKN A (ill.IiEKT.
Att'ya. Cairo. Ills.
l-'oa SAi.K-SrparuMy or toellier, a t of slmrk'
liariR-s. n now, hii;'.'-ciihlilun und ii lmsiiy whip
Apply ut Kulletiir iiinderv. Jv: K. i;kk.
HKAIMJl'AKTKItH FO 11 FIN K A KC11 F.l'Y HOODS
Pew. Arrown, Tnr't". MiooliDt! t'lovck, etc., ut
C. U". IIKNDEPSUYS. Cotunicrdiil ovcl. V, cor
lirr Twelfth Htreel
Two-ftory lirlrk hoiii-i', liirlit roomn. on Ninth
trrct. oppimlio Jr. Uuuuluu Apply to A. Marx.
l Ohio l.nvi'u.
ON Till: I'UTEENTII DAY OFOCTOBER NEXT
EDWARD A. RUDER
Will ivimni: lo lil commodious, ami huuitnomo
now Mure, oa
Coin t no it in 1 A rem 10,
n ext Doot' to K'ni'ira newimuvo stoue
lie will opiMi wiili tho finest stock of Juwelry
Hllverwiire, i io., In thoBtnle, and hiivliu; more room
thim in his pri'Moiil iiinrti'i, lie will keep on hand
a lart! block of lliu itlti'oront unules el
unit oilier Miitleal lustriimcnta iiml merchandise,
lie will ul wiry huvi) In the cloiii a capnhlc unci re
liable inner and leneln r. nnd will cater e.peelally
to thu mnslcnl piilille. TIsohi coiilemplaliiiK pin
I'lnisliiK plane, or orpatiH, would do well lo wait
nnd inpeel Ills "toek. El). A. llt'DElt,
El tilth Streisand U'iishlni;len Ave.
Estnblbhcd la ism.
6 AMI lOCKM't'Ol'NTKIIS.
AND 10c COUNTERS!
TO TIIETKAr)E:-Tliellvl)iiliH'.smrHi.r tho
day arc cliirtluir tlieKe count, 'n. We avo I lie Orlnl
iiator nnd llcii(limrterl We lmve tlio only two
Kxei.t'ilVKriiuid nil' Jobbing Hotine In the C H.
Iff" Xcud lor I'ntnlcjfin.' nnd nrtlculiir".4EJ
S'O AM) m HANDOl.Pll 8TREKT. CIUOAOO.
Alto V'H nnd 'rt 1 hmiticy IStrwl.DoKton
IMPERIAL GUAM M.
"SlTEIUOn KUTRITION THE LIFE."
Tho Groat Medicinal Food.
ho Halvntor For IuvaUda and the Aacd. An In
comparable Allmeut for the Grow tu and Protio
lien of Infant, nnd Clilldruu. A Superior
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lu couitiOKltion. principally the Ulitkn derived
fl-mn tlualiiirK U'ivtvu Vi it u.'. ...... ..
koiiu vairaci, inc nivcuiiaii or au eminent Ctiemlut,
itlui not only been hlhly recommended, but cer
tified to by a lurce. number of Chemlitw und I'liyol-ciivnii-rcpri'-eiitlni:
a very hluli deeni- of meilli al
nclelice HH the Knii.nf. V.it A ......... ..1.1.. i,.i.u
ill . . .. ''. M . A I 1 EI1RAI., H
ble rood for thedrowth and Protection of Inlaiita
ami i uuuren, ana lor Molnc-rn lutkluj; duXclcut
eui iruiin'iu lor uu-ir ouni)riul.
I nllku thone preparallouH niado from atilrcal or
vlnoin Uiatter. which aro liable to uliinulata thn
bruin nnd Irritate the dlKvotlw organa, It embrar i
iu ll flemetilary componltlon
That w hich mike tronR Hone nnd Mimcle. That
which mike pod Flesh and lllood. That wli'.ili in
cany of Dtcest loii-ncvcr coiiHtlpatlnt;. That w hich in
kindand friendly to the Brain, and that which nctraa
aim-ventive of thoe lulunliual Disorder Inciden
tal to Childhood.
And, whlloti would bvcllfflrult to conn ive of miy
thlliu in Food or UeHert more creamy aud deilciuii.
or more iieiirlhlilit and utreturltH iOni; a uu ali
ment iu Fuicr. Pii'.monarv Coiujlaliii, Ilvti ti.iit
and (Seneral De'dlllv. it Hakk Mkiiii ivaI Rxckl
I.KSCK iU all l.HTKnTINAI. IIKASI!Mpecia!ly in
Pjsenterv, Oiiuiilc Piiirrlicra anil Cholera Iiifun.
Ha been lucouteialily Proven.
Sold Wiiolet-ale und -SaKV
Ktt all by
PUl GCIsTs AND
PRINCIPAL CITIES, of the I'NITEU .STATES.
JOHN CARLE A SONS. NEW YORK?
MlTl'AL AID SOCIETY.
A sniSTITI'TE FOR LIFE IXslK
HuTL'Aii Aid Society,
Ormize.l July Itth, 1H77. I'nder the Uw.ol
tlie Stat" of Illinois. Cor.yrieht!! Ju!
D, UI77. tinder Act of I'ougrc-.
W ILLIAM STP.ATTON, PnsiT.
Mu. P. A. TAYLOlL. - Yicl pRB.iuant.
J. A G01.DSTINK. - - Triasckiu.
l)n J. J (.Ol!!)uN. Itaa. Adi,h,
TUOMASs LEWIS. rcKETitr.
BoAim or managers:
,1. J GORDON. Phv.lclan Cairo,
Mr.. P. A. TAYLOl;. Su;erlntetdi;nt of
ScuoTi. Alesaniter County "
J. A. l.Ol.l)Tl.NE. of Gole.tlne A !
i-u ater, W hule.ale and Ketail IK-aU-m
in tajtl md Kancr Dnr Uooda
N. B. TIIISTLKWOOD', of lllukltf A
Thi'tiewood. Connuii-ioQ XercLjnt,
Cotton unit Tobacco Factor
S. I). AYEhS, of Aver A Co., Conimi-
ion Merchant..' ,. '
T110MA.S LEWIS, lu.urancc MiiiaJ-r
mid Attorner at Law m '
WM. STKATTON, of 8trattoo TJird.
GEO. M. ALDEN, Commission Mer-
rbaut, 74 Ohio Levey
J AS. . l'.KAKDKN. Aif-n Mliiji.i
Yalley Trnportatlon CompanV "
( HAS. 1! sTI AKT. Wholesale and lie
tail Drv iootl and Notion
EDW'AUD A. lit DER. MaiiufacluriLj
Jewcier and WliolKnle dealer in
Walelimaker' Tool and Material....
CIIAULEs LANCASTER. Laucater A
Rice. LunOH-rdt-ali-r "
C O. PATIER. C. O. Patier A to..
Wlioli ale and Ketail Merrliaur
Rkv. II. Y. GEORGE, Ptor Ptv.tiyte-
rlau church .'. ...
.! V WfllTE. lnmiranro Ageol
G. W. Mi IvKAIG, Portinat-ler
S. P. WHEELER, Attorney and Coats-
feior at law "
Mil. I.ofis VIsllllACK .
OSCAR HAYTIORN. Whole-ale aud
Retail Iinot. Siloeil :td Dr (iooil-,... "
A.. I. MRU. Merchant and 'steamboat
WILLIAM KI.t'GE. General M. rch'ilNe
P. ti. SCUVII, WholeMile and Hetail
J. T. IiKNNI.E. Foundrr und Machinit.
Mu. 1,. A. HOWARD. Hoarding Ilou-e -
W.Y. PITCHER. In-urnice Au-rit
A. HAI.LEY. Dealer In Stove, Tin aud
E. W. GREiifN. (ireett. Wood A lKmictt "
II. F PO'ITER. E.lin.r and FnblWicr
AiyUN-Joiinml. Mound Cltv
Mr. S. A. AYEI1S..... ....Villa UUW.
A..1. 1'IiENtJll. Farmer liird Point.
The Only Known Remedy
THAT ACTS AT Til F. SAME TIME ON
axd the KIDNEYS.
Till combined action ijlvc it wonderful power
to cure all dienc.
Why are we Sick?
Iler,iiio wo allow thco ttrent orpin to hccnmn
cbwd or torpid, and irilotiou liumor are them
litre forced into tho blood Hint liould be evpellml
llH.t,IOl-SNHSS, 1'M.fcH, CONSTtrATION,
KIDNEY COMPLAINTS, t'RINARY DIS
EASES.. FEMALE WKAKNK-SES,
AND NERYOl'8 DlSOllDERS.
by rnnlna freo action nf tlieo orwn and rctor
lnthclr trenuth nnd power to throw oil' dlee.
Why Suffer Illlllon inlnj nml aeho
Why bo tormented with Pile nml Consiipntlouf
Why frlKhteii'i'd over i!lordered Kidney T
Why utidiiru nnrvtma licailiiche nud mleepli".
iiltrlii f r
I'hc KIDNEY-WORT uud rejoice 111 Health.
It I a dry, vfRottiblc compound nnd
One pockairp will matte alt quart of MvUh'lii".
Get It uf your DruiuK bo will order 11 for you.
WEI.LN, RICHARDSON A CO . Proprietor.
li , , Burllnutoii, Vt.
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