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Tim Daily cairo bulletin: tiiursoav morning, October so. isto.
lir H. 3IAREAN, H. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and hnryeon.
nitre 140 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
KoitrneuthM. and Washington avenne, Cairo.
K. E. W. WIIITLOC& '.
Ornci No. 1.16 Commercial
Eighth and Ninth 8ttl
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
HFFK'E Eighth Streot, near Commercial Avenue
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-Wlth the Widow' and Ourpnan' Mil
nal Aid Society.
JIXEGAR & LANS DEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE tIlO. STATES.
On aud after Monday. June 1(1, the boat will make
v the following trips:
LEAVE!) LKAVK LFAVSS
foot Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a.m. 7:30 a. in. It. m.
H a. in. fl:;S0 a. in. 10 a. n..
11 a. m. 11:30 a. iu. i m.
2 p.m. : p.m. 3 p.m.
:30p.ni. 5:00 p.m. 5:0 p.m.
9 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10 a. m.
3 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4 p. in.
METROPOLIS AND PADUCA1I
The Elegant Sldowliccl Passenger Steamer
A. J. BIRD.
Leaves Cairn every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Padiicab. Metropolis and way laudiugs. For
freight or passage apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
N KW A D VERTISEM EXTS-JIISCELLA.VKOI'S.
76 OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or dust be measures holug exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day.
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
' Try It ami see for yourselves.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cash oa delivery of tickets.
CA1KO. . HiLINOlH,
70 Ohio .Levee,
Bo.at Stores and Groceries,
Of all kind.
OFKX NIGU'l AND DAY.
Fresh Dairy and Gilt Edge Butter, Oyster aud nil
kinds of trutt when in season, on baud and deliv
ered promptly at residence free. Oyaltra delivered
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ROOTS AND SHOES
Made to Order-
FROM THK BEST MATERIAL ON SHORT NO
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. fcfr-Repalrluj done w ith ncatues and de. patch.
HflOP: Washington Avenue, N. K. Corner
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
. EIGHT, STREET,
JJtwm 'Washington mil Com
mwivlul Av, adiojiiiuz Ilimny.
tritEPHfurMU'iti Vt Beef. Pork. Mutton. Veal,
Lamb, (, 4rc, and la prepare! toaenre
families lien acoepiani viai.oer.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
EXTEHtlD AT THK IOBT OFKICK IN CAIUO, IL
M SOL'S AS PRCONU-CLAS'S MATTER. .
OFFICIAL PAPKR OF" ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Morning1 Daily ia Southern Illinois.
8ionai 0Tir, I
Cairo, 111.. October !!9, 1HTV. (
Tlinu. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel Weather,
:() a m Sfl.fW
iw.MoxIninm Temperature. 7.1 i Minimum Tem
purature, 47 e ; Rainfall, 0 U0 inch ,
n . ii. ii A 1 ,
Serg't Signal Corn. V. . A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Sett notice in smnll ful. column of keys
Attend the sociable at the Methodist
The Gilbert troupe is expected to
arrive in Cairo to-day.
Go to the auctiou sale of household
goods this morning on Seventh street at
residence of Ham Irvin.
Executors' sale of valuable property
on Commercial near Twenty-eighth street,
to-day. See advertisement.
Mr. Oberly is expected to arrive in the
city to-morrow. He is posted for an 0M
Fellow's address in l)u Quoin, tins even
in'. The old Wabler clothing stand is un
dergoing changes that will mtikc it quite n
presentable building, for that part of the
( Uy. .
The Suu, in its fascinatingly familiar
way, says that "our John owns Thk Bn.i.i:
tin." The public was already advised of
that fact; but as to "who owns the Sun," it
is not so well informed.
It was Samuel Fisher, Jr., who insti
tuted the suit against elder Shores. He
included in his complaint five of the
elder's scholars. The case was taken to
Squire Comings by change of venue from
The Eads .jetties plan, if adopted, is to
place Cairo on a hill, and thousands rf
smokers, will be seen, where hundreds are
now, smoking the Faultless 3 tents cigar,
t'.ie best ever otTerd to the public. Sold
only by F. Korsmeyer, Sixth, near Levee'
the colored Temperance Reform club,
never n larire or enthusiastic organisation,
seems to be languishing. 'While this is so,
it is not to be denied that the per cent, of
resident colored people given to the ardent,
is smaller than that of the white people.
Wcnrc sorry to learn that the fall of
Mr. Ik Ostrander, trom n wagon, the
other day, inflicted injuries from which he
was still suffering, yesterday evening.
'.ike the writer of this paragraph, Ike is a
heavy man, and when he falls it counts.
Since politics will cut no ligttre in .the
pending election, the political holdings of
the several candidates for county treasurer
are of no special concern to anybody; but
the man who "catches" Squire Summons us
a Democrat, is morally certain to "let him
go"' as a Republican.
We were told, yesterday, that one of
our Commercial avenue merchants took in
from the crowd that came iu on the accom
modation train, last Saturday, over live
hundred dollars. This is only one of the
stories the accommodation train tells for
the business t Cairo.
The November monthly sociable of the
Knights of the Mystic Krcw of Komus will
be held on Monday evening next.' These
sociables have become very popular re
unions, and those who tire permitted to
participate in them, contemplate their re
currence with much pleasure.
The colored Reform club gave a dance
in its hall last night: but nstlio habit of
bouncing iutoa ball room at late bed time,
has been contracted by the colored people,
dancing didn't commence until the averuge
citizen was in bed and asleep. The object
ot the ball was to replenish the clubs, de
The different railroads leading South
from St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati and
other localities where large niinibeis of
Memphis refugees found quarter during
the summer, are giving reduced rates ol
fare to the refugees. The dill'erent linen of
steam boats, with equal liberality, ate tid
ing the same thing.
Tom Porter is supplying the Cairo
market with as line a quality of Irbh po
tatoes as we have seen this year. Since
Tom obscured himself on a farm lie has been
the victim of more misfortunes than any
other man iu the State of Illinois; but he
seems to have had "a heart for every fate,"
und is now gaining a complete mastery over
Four suits were instituted by the city
before Squire Robiuson, yesterday, against
tne Illinois ventral llaiiroail company.
The complaints were laid under the ordi
nance that forbids the stationing of freight
cars in front of the business portion of the
city. The evidence was all heard, and the
Squire took the cases under advisement.
lie will pronounce Judgment this morning
We met an intelligent gentleman from
Halewood precinct, yesterday, who in
formed us that the voter of that preeliu l
mid of Clear-Creek aud E ast Cape fiirar
deau precincts, will vote almost solidly
against the proposed railroad tax, He
thinks, however, that the vote will be small,
'and that a heavy affirmative vote in ('uiro
will carry the proposition.
" -The Illinois Central came "in" onilme,
yesterday afteuoon, witlr a good tirp of
passengers. For several weeks to com) the
trains and steamboats going Souti or
making southern connections, will ba well
filled with returning refugees. ' Nearly
forty thousand nre to find their wsy to
Memphis and vicinity, and largo mmhers
of the better-to-do classes to all parts of
The Ouachita Bello , received from
Paducah, Sniithland and the neighboring
country, quite a number of returning refu
gees. Not a few of them were driven to
desperate straights to obtain money enough
to pay their return passages. Thousands
return to their homes utterly bankrupted in
purse; aud not a few ot them are burdened
by debts that the labor of a year will scarce
ly enable them to cancel. ,
Sophia Rued was arrested on view, for
drunkenness, yesterday, and taken before
Squire Comings for trial. In the absence
of the City Attorney the eminent criminal
lawyer, Justus R. Cunningham prosecuted.
The Squire holding that the offence was
committed within the jurisdiction of the
court was a fatul omission, and the prisoner
was discharged. Charles O'Conner or"any
other man" might be guilty of identically
the same oversight.
We have been requested to state, ns tt
fact upon which the public can rely, that
the Reform club will be addressed, to-mor
row night, hy Mr. Wallace, of Du Quoin,
and John Linegar, Esq., of Moimd City.
With Mr. Wallace we are not acquainted ;
but we know Linegar and have the assur
ance that while his physical development
was going on his mental organism vus not
at a stand still. In other words, wo art-
told that John has developed into a first-
class orator. Turn out and give the gentle
men 4 good hearing.
The ferryboat Three States ran up to
a good mooring ut the foot of Twelfth
street, yesterday afternoon, tk-d herself to
the shore and permitted her fires to go out.
It is the purpose of the ferry company, we
unMerstniid, to take her to Mound City and
subject her to a thorough overhauling in
eluding n caulking, a new wheel and a new
coat of paint. Meanwhile, or for the time
being, at least, the tug Laurel, with a flat,
will do ferry duty not quite as expedi
tiously as the Thtec States, perhaps, but
still in a manner that will conveniently an
swer all the needs of the trade.
Tmn Winter who ha been sojourning
in St. Lotiis since the middle of J uiy last,
returned home yesterday evening, beaming
in the robustness of his health, and as
genial and light hearted as ever, He has
accepted employment, he tells us, from the
Rhorer, Christian Manufacturing Company,
and will canvass the South in uu effort to
introduce the Charm baking powder, in the
manufacture of which his employers are
engaged. He will start out to-day; but as
he will make Cairo his headquarters, he
will be with us, at short intervals, rirli t
Elder Shores was tried before Squire
Comings, yesterday, on the charge that he
he had incited colored boys attending Ins
school to nn attack upon a white boy. It
was shown, however, that a lot of mules
had collected about the shado trees in front
of or near the Elder's school room, and
that he. apprehending the uuinmls
would bark the treis, sent out the boys to
drive 'em off the mules off. The boys
performed this service, and included a
small white boy in the drive, resorting, it is
said, to harsh and rude measures. The
Elder relieving himself of nil responsihil
ity in that behalf, was, of course, dis
charged. The stout whiskered individual who
called upon Jennie Col well, near the Dickey
furm, aud claimed the skill' and trunk and
the other articles the skiff contained, prom
ised Jennio on the surrender or the property
to him, that he would compensate her for
her trouble by leaving at Tnii Bi u.Kii.s
office for her special use and behoof, a pair
of shoes that hud never been worn but once,
and that were absolutely us good as new.
The stout whiskered individual proved
himself a conspicuous failure as a leaver of
good shoes at printing ollices, and Jennie
having realized the fact by calling for the
shoes, bhe is, perhaps, 1 1 i - unlmppiest fe
male iu Alexander county, ,
Jim Iliggs who is 'dubbed Col. Diggs
by his Kentucky acquaintances, iu making
an effort to direct the travel Texasward over
the Iron Mountain und Southern railroad.
Lcn Faxon speaks of the effort as follows:
"Col. Jim lliggs, passenger agent of the
Iron Mountain railroad, at Cairo, and wife,
were in the city yesterday, and left per P.
and E. train this morning fur Eliubeth
town and oilier points along tho road. Jim
is u thorough pusher ami is advertising tho
"Iron Mountain,'' und pilfering special In
ducements to emigrants mid other travel
over his road in Missouri, Arkansas and
Texas. He gives ti special round trip rate,
good for forty days, to those who wish to
visit Texas and return.''
Change and improvement seem to bo
the order of the day, with the Illinois Cen
tral, just now. Its local depot, or thi' build
ing that formerly served that purpose, has
been extended to u lenjjlhof about four
hundred feet, Thu avenues on tho west
side of Ihis building are being lephtuked
in a most siib.dantial manner, u tho width
of twenty foet, with three Inch ouk plunk,
firmly spiked to six by six oak streamers
forming a pnsngo way for teams tlmt onylit
to be oiid for ten yi.-nr' "civice. Tills
work completed, and tho "tracks -laid -on
either side of the new . transfer sheds, the
yard, the depots' and all tho facilities for a
greatly enlarged business will be quite as
complete as they can bo rendered without
wiping off the whole arrangement, and
' The country merchants along tho lino
ot the C. & V., hence to Curml are, very
naturally, hostile to tho continuance of the
Saturday accommodation troju, and are
bringing every interest they cau control to
bear upon the company to bring about a dis
continuance of the arrangement. As we
have said, the hostility is natural, us it
takes from thoso merchants and brings to
Cairo a very considetable cash patronage.
The fare is so exceedingly low that the
party who desires to expend f 8 or $10 can
afford to board the train and come to Cairo.
Of course to the extent the running of the
trains diminishes the trade of the village or
country merchants, it augments the busi
ness ot Cairo. It is only right, therefore,
that heir hostility should lie offset by the
friendship, encouragement and kind offices
of the merchants, hotel keepers anil busi
ness men of Cairo.
The Cuiro and Vincennes railroad com
pany express a purpose, we heur, to keep
the Cairo and ('trim accommodation train
running another month, or during the
month of November. Although these
trains bring into Cairo an average of one
hundred and fifty passengers each trip, the
fare is so low that the margin for profit is
very small, indeed; aud as neatly or quite
one half of the passengers, would come in
on full fares if the accommodation were
not running, the running of it subjects the
company to actual loss. Rut to the mer
chants, the hotels and saloons of Cairo, the
enterprise is certainly it big thing. Some
of the passengers expend hundreds of dol
lars, and it is safe to say that every trip
brings to Cairo and leaves here, at least a
thousand dollars. A large portion of this
money would never come here but for the
cheap and convenient means of reaching
our city presented by these weekly trains
This tact our businessmen no doubt under
stand, and it should incite them to an ef-.
fort to reuder the accommodation project a
permanent thing. It is certainly a con
tributor to Cairo business that no liberal,
thorough -going business man should feel
willing to see withdrawn, or the company to
maintain at a pecuniary loss.
Goose Wand, Beech Ridge. Unity,
Sandtteky, Lake Milligan and Soita Fe
precincts ought to east a good vote itf.ivor
of the propesed road tax; but the reports
from there are r.ot very encouraging. Op
position from tiie farmers of Clear Creek
and East Girardeau was anticipated. Most
of them find sale for the. surplus of their
farms in Cape Girardeau or St. Louis, Mis
souri, and would maintain but little land
communication with Cairo iu any event.
Hut the farmers of the precincts tirst named
make Cairo their market sell their potatoist
fruit, butter, egg, etc., to Cairo mcrchai.ts,
and buy their supplies here. Good road
therefore, that would enable them to reach
our city in w agon or on horseback at any
time turnpikes, over which they might
haul full loads at any season ought to be
considered an indispensable necessity. The
people there should le unanimously in
favor of such road-; but tliey are not. On
the contrary, many men of influence are
working to defeat the tax thereby declar
ing to the world that they are content with
our horse-killing mud roads, chut are only
tolerable at the best, but most of the time
intolerable,) and want no bett-:r. This
fact ought to teach the people of Cairo
their duty ought to inspire them to an
activity that will overcome this opposition,
and -give to the county a system of g.-od
The Weekly Caiim Uclletin, visiting
every postofticc within fifty miles of Cairo
having subscribers along all the railroads
running out of Cairo, and coming into t!i:
hands of hundreds of persons wh'i procure
their supplies in Cairo, its valu ' n.i an ad
vertising medium cannot be over-estimate.
And touching tho advantages of judicious
advertising, one of our exchanges discourses
us follows: "The wide awake business
man who wants money and gets it, never
fails to advertise his busines. If every
man in business would advertise in his
town or city paper there would be mora
general prosperity cujoy?d by the peo
ple of the town, city and couutry, and is
reud by thausads of people, They see that
Mr. So and So has a good lot of family
groceries or dry- goods which he
offers at a rare bargain. Another
has a lot of fine fumituiu to dispose of, and
tho stove man bus a fine assortment on
hand, together with all kinds of tinware
cheap-. These men invite them to call and
examine their stock. When they come to
town they do . so, and the consequence is
they trade with men who are helping to
keep alive their own paper, which they
could not do without, A cotemporary puts
the matter in this wise : When the busi
ness men of a town fail to advertise exten
sively they diminish the imporatance and
trade of the place and permit more enterpris
ing localities to take the latter from them.
Although douo for their individual interest,
advertisers should bo looked on by citizens
of tho towns where they reside, as in some
senso public benefactors, and they ohould
bo encouraged accordingly, Ouo merchant
who advertises extensively Is worth b Ids
own town and lis people more than forty
that' never show tliemselvei in print, mid
should be for this reason alone preferred'
assuming that he is, of course, fair bus!,'
Received daily nt 50 Ohio Levee. Served
at all hours, day and night. Families sup
plied Selects at GO cents per can, mediums
nt 40 cents. A. Y. DkUaun.
The ladies of the M. E. church will give
La 80ciuWc nt tk' SC on Ei,lth 8tre(;t.
Thursday evening of this wek. All are
invited. Come und bring your friends.
At late residence of A. II. Irvin, Seventh
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, on Thursday morning, Oct.
JJOth, at 10 o'clock, the Parlor, Dining Room
Red Room aud Kitchen Furniture,including
Stoves, Pillows, BeJs and Bedding, Car
pets and everything necessary i,u house
keeping, will be sold without reserve.
JAR VIS CIDER.
Now on draft and by the barrel, the cel
ebrated Jarvis Cobden cider, for family use.
Strictly pure and very choice. Try it. At
New York Store.
Geo. O'Hara has just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
onlv one dollar.
50 Tt'Bs BV VXI'ltKSs.
This celebrated Creamery Butter for sjV
at New York store b the tub und pmiud.
Every pound guaranteed the best, or money
Small tubs tor fniiiiy ue. Best Butter in
the world. C. O. PahkrAjCo.
Oi.DTI.mk pnirfcs at the barber shop of
J. George Steinhouse, on Lihth street, t.ear
Alexander County B.uik. Good bathers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean tv els, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 2o cents, sjiaiupoo
25 cents, and other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
t LI. A D V E Ii" I s E V E NTs thi- c.iumn. of
l t! v-" iiti'-s eucli ,r'wiii lw puh!iu.-d for
o-nts en-rv Itid-rti-iti: 1 amutn. I V; :i month it'n
out ebau.'.-, $1 ,,-r m.-utb. Kh addi'ioua'.
Ii -. " i'it,m. sit' Vnnx ai: fos-.
Aliure'li of Kei !or. ,.!, tcf. l.a'.l k.-y. e:r.
Tue unii-i- h-.- r 'itra il !if'!i mj tiivai a'
TH3 I'.l U.K1I.N o:f IV
H'U SE FOR SALE.
Coti.-ie :';1. r.tiui timber-. ejv to niovs
IVusst tin- l'-t va.-:i!-.i. ES'j-.lro at. Tux Hvu.rris
By a gen'.tercan a- t'-ai ii r il public or privit -n.bno':.
tin- n tir-t uraili- errorli ;it. and is (jua'.l-fl.-U
to t i-h tie- Litiii, Freiu b Aii'l t"-n:itj liii;-p-ca:.''
Aflilre-s -Teaei'-r.' i.itr Frsuk II -a'.-y.
STOVES FOR sALt.
T neatiugn'owi and one iargv cool;! eg tov.'
iirlnnahi to tin- rennit-iiif part i Thk B' mdn
buil.t-.a:. a." fur al. Appb on in prvmlv
Hons. Arri!". Tav"'-shootn,llijvtf v'c.. '
C. W. HKNDERSON'S. Comuiercitl avei t. i r-U'-rTiic:!:.-
ARTIST S PROOF.-
engriv-.n.'s. lor .-i.e
!o'.:i!it of the puliIii-U'-r for ti.au $1.1 ' rata
villi nt-, out niuiy tor S'.w eaeii.
or tii four i'.i
$ in. Ku'iiiir
at 1'n'. K-.'t.iKTis hinderv
Ownkii and puri h I'l-r ut Real Knutt; in a;ro
hrmltl !;i-s::r.- thi-y have u Kood title I nm now
prepari-l to I :rn;h a!-:ne?t jt renouablif rate.
Offl.-e InCo'irt lion.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Vv htve-r-MDim-d totbe h tiding lately pu',h.i--d
t-yii oppoalt lioldittltie A Roeimatr'i b--:e .
will he plrii"i-d to ".-all tio rr iu le'i-d ol anv
t!nstu ciriii... H ANN OX A Co.. -.-luu Mi
" FOR SALE
A f'.rleHol No. 2 1,'itV.r t :i" aid low .-r n!
pnitly. K'ori,. but uitsbo- f,.r pouter (r projrumiiin
w jrk. cou-istinof brevier, Ios primer, p'.i a. L-ri-jt
prini-r. paraxon and doiiV.e i"n.-l'"h b-tter atu!
Btf:ri' full and conijili-:!-. witlu ut -jncei and
J'le- Winstou farm in Pe.lusU: cnuit'i. on t!i-- bank
ol the Ohio river, and 4 noli s fro;n U. Ii t itiou.
1'sj arr- - ! acre under teaee. orchard ef ateei!
I1ir'- II:- a fraim- 1-'.!l!:g ff rtrounx. Oood
ci!'-ru. At a bargain. Apply i-arlv.
.M.. ifoW-LKY. P. F. Aj-n'
V V VPL1liA,',!e Pl!e to act asCMi-
A A I l"i I I :rl Agi-uti. tor tin- aotour
" p.-(;iHi:tli-s. bilnioi-M
r.-"iv.M'l.i'ilf. l,ood fc'-ll rapidiy. We pay it n:iinr;,
r nlili-rsl rammisiio:i ou sale. From $'i) to
$) month rairbi- mad'! by lite men Knrei han'-
-.r nmiii money AiPlre-TK!T. MPH MA.M
F. TI HIM, CO .lHMonroe sr .. ( 'hliaao.
MRS. M. A.SWANDKH,
Wint.-r'.i Blin k, Corner ."Seventh street ond Coin
I).'h;;-im to Inform tin-ladlen of Ciiro iind Vi''inl'y
that h ha on hand and reivitm daily, direct
tro u the K.iHf-rn cities, a tert l:irL'" a.cl coaipl.-te
sto'.k of Lad'e' nad Misses'.
TRIMMED AND L NTRIMMED HATS.
111 "Ut of
,- a'l i::es and co'ors-S ct. to ode dolhr
i. orHet, 1" eta. to $-i.N, aud f:tl! irt-
Ladies' Funushin-j: Good
All tin' vry luteet design. Pricea a low ss po
sibli mid goods innrlii'it lu plaiu llglires. Will not
be undersold. Cull and emmlne No trouble to
show good Lndle who do not ee what they
want will pi tux ask for e.
M W o
THE CITY NATIONAL BANk
W. P. IIALLIDA Y, Present.
H. L. IIAI.LIDAY. Vlce Prostdeat.
i. U. SMITH, Acting Ca.hler.
- STAATft TAVLOR, W. P. RALLOiAT.
HMNBr t. UAIXIDAT, ft. U.Cl'MNINOUAM,
U. D. WILLIAMSON, CTEPUIil BtUO,
F.xchanire, Coiu and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoalt received and a j-nerul banking bar.Lii
JOHN SPROAT, .
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Speeialtv..
o f f i c i : :
Cor. Twelfth Street anil Levee,
FLOl'K. GRAIN AND HAY
Hi-hest Cash'-Price Paid for Wheat.
toraor Wa'a:njt".'i An-nw tut Eight ist.-v.-t.
CAIRO. : : : : ILLINOIS
A. M'. an l fespls' -ipp!r of the bet of a'!
k:n !-:!!': alwui oa haud.
ALL SORTS. SIZKS ANI STYLES,
Also KiiufjcMrcrof atd D -jl-.r ia
TIN. COPPER & I I LET-IRON WAR
l-I"A!.L k:nd nr ma vmiis monk to ori'KJJ
NO. ST. EIiiHTH STRKLT.
AIItQ. : : : II.I.IXOIM
I IMPERIAL GRANU3U
The Great Medicinal Fond.
he Hal t ator For Invalid and the Aged. An Iu
comparuble Ailment for tbeOrowth and Protec
tion of 'Infant and Children. A Superior
Nutritive In Continued Fevers, and a
Ri.'liitile Remedial Agent in all Diseases of the
Stomach and Intestine.
npHIS Justly rulehrated DiKTKTit Piikpaiiatiom l,
A in romiiosltlon, principally tbe Gixtkm derived
from the Wiiitk Wi nth it Flint Wiifat Ckiiai a
solid extract, the Inveiitinu of an eminent Chemist,
It ha not only been highly recommended, but cer
tified to by a large number of Chemist and I'litsl
ciims representing a very high degree of medical
science -as the Safust. Mot Acceptable and Roleil
bio Food for the Orowtli and Protection of Infants
andchlldreu, and for Mother lacking Suttloieii
Nourishment for their offspring.
tinlike those preparations made from animal or
vinous matter, which are liable to stimulate tho
brain and Irritate thu digestive organ, It embrae.is
lu It elementary composition
That which makes strong Hone and Muscle. Thaf.
which in nkes good Flesh and Blood, That which is
easy of Dlgestbin-tiever constipating. That which Is
kind und I'rleudly to the Brain, and that which act
a preventive of those Intestinal Disorder Inciden
tal to Childhood.
And, while it would bedllflcttlt tocnnrelvenf any
thing In Food or Desert mnro creamy aud delicious,
or more nourishing and strengthening as an ail
ment in Fever, Pulmonary Complaint', Dyspepsia
anddeneral Debility, Its Rakk MttniriNAi. RxeL
i.kms la all Intkstinal Diskasks, estieclnllylu
Dyseuterv, Chronic Dinrrlin-n utid Choler Inf'un
ttim, Ha been Inroutestubly Proven. .
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PRINCIPAL CITtBi of the UNITED STATES.
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