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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOUNINfl, JANUARY U. 1380.
AM ADVKKT18RMKNTM l W roluuin. of
ova lluca em-.h urleaawill be publl.licd far
caoU evert inaertlon; I nionlh, 1.50; 8 month wltn
t change, 11 00 per month. Kadi additional
liae, a coin, MltlRlHina waiuea in-.
Two BKiro rooma on Slxtn atrcci war Levee. Kor
laformatiou. apyly to e. rvoiumai an.
S'xtli alrect und Levee.
rrr. t.. t n.A UlIuiIh Al.t iuu' triim tin fill'
T O UH II V "ll'il"
1or, No.B.MiHiler, Hahmauu & Co ate, that wo
will ell t bargain,
vi.p ml p
Counter, (helving and other aiiloon fixture fur
tale mi bargain. M.J. IIOWLfcl,
The Auhory (uoperU on ilolhrook v. rbop
.a ..f t.in) otitntit In (.'airo
uwNKiui ami I'"" - ' . v..,.-
noma ne Hire mcy uavu pwu " -prepared
to liiruiahabatraclA at J-"".' IT
Ofhn lai'dtirt Mcmi-
Kropluynieut M chirk. alcrn:an. wirohrmcm:in
waunman or in any capaoit n."V;,!Pr9'
bat want work. .)QUS BRKC'Kli.
An order good lor U. If app 1 1 on uv "I)''"
flrat-cla Mundlcaahou Hallo. " ul be o,d low.
Apply at thin office.
An order good Inr $!itiward pnylns Tor an A
I Phir-tou, warranted. Apply at tui o:rUe fur tonus
For aale. two line cow with young ralvi-n. Apply
r Kred Keohler, Klglith atraet.
II. MARFAN, M. 1)..
HoAico'iathir Physician and Surgeon.
JIHce 140 Oi. aun'reia! avenue. P.ealdenc corner
t'urteeuth St. and Waanlnglitn avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Omc No. 16 Commercial Avenue, between
Klgata aud Ninth Street
j )R. W. V. JOCELYN.
DENT18 T .
OPFK'R-EUIilU Street, near Comiuen !! Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyunrer.
OKK10K: With the Widows' and Uorpnana" Mu
tual Aid hoidetv.
Q 1). WILLIAMSON,
7(5 Ohio liOVft',
Boat Stores and (iroceries,
of all kliiJ-.
OI'KX XKJIIT AND DAY.
Freab llairy and Of It Eilee I'.utter. Oyteraaiid all
ktoda if fruil when In cuoa. on baud nd ileliv
jrea promptly at reaideuce free. Ovat r delivered
76 OHIO l.EVLK.
Mo dirt or dut by meaaure beinz exposed to air.
Milk delivered twh-e a day.
SEALED IN VINT BOTTLES.
Try U aud nee Uir yourselve
JO PINT TICKETS ONE Dol.I.Alt:
Canh cm delivery of ticked..
ALL SORTS, MZKS AND STYLES.
Alao Mniiulacluror nl ami Uealer lu
TIN, COPl'EIt&'siIKET-IKON VAIt;
(4TAI I. KIND!" OF .! WHIIK hKiNB T" OHHKH.JI4
X0.27, KIUHTH STRF.M'.
gr. LOl'IS, CAIKO AXI I'ADICAII.
The E.eautSidewbO'M Panm uer Meat.ier
A. J B11U i lerk.
Lt Cairo vry Mumlay and Tliuiady for
tpr Ulrardeau. Hi. I .mi, and way aii(tliiir k..r
rreinbl or paeaa'e apply to Sol, A. SUAKK.
f 1 I.I S
L. I. 1 I'J
J. T. WARUEN & CO.
(iW. Second St.
y-Mflgaand DiMueatlc dried aud caunvd Kruil, ti
VeUbla. Caunad, dried aud aalt F'Uh Pick
Banwa, (tlla aud Condlifl-inU. Moup
atuffa, llaklag Piwiler, Krnuuil iad
whole Hpkea. Toilet aud l.aoudrr
Hoapa, S'x d, Jolllea, JV.irve
' Fancy Orou-iriea and (ini
Stock uniwralltilisl in lh
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
K.M KIIKI) AT THK POST OKKICK IN CAIKO, II.
MNOIrt, AS HUC'ONU-CI.ASS MATTEH.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALKXANDBB COUSTY
Only Morniug Daily in Southern Illinois',
Cairo, III. .January 13. IHSi).
Har. Tbur. Uuui. Wind. Vel Weather,
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Sp.m , 80.4;
1 H'vy Snw
111 Id Snow
MaximiiiB Tmiiperaliire. 'M ; Minimum Teai.
nerature, 'M : : ICaiiil'ull l .ill
V. II. HAY,
Surs't Signal Corua, I". S. A.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Sue notice in ttmall uilvcrtisomont col
umn of nulch cows for sale.
Fre J Koelilcr Iias opi-ncil iiu office uipI
tamplo room of his nU8iig mnuufiictory,
on Eighth street, near Wivsliin,'tou avenue.
Quite a number of liquor bonds were
last night npproved by the council. In fact,
we believe, all presented were approved but
-Tlie Illinois Central railroad's passen
ger depot is receiving another improvement
It is a real pity that money should be throwu
away in uu attempt to improve that which
is already par excellence.
If Davis of the Pun takes yood ad
vice he will save his nickelsj aud not pay
them out for our's or anybody else's reasons
or opinions. Hontembcr, Demosthenes, if
you "take care of the pennies the pounds
will take care of themselves."
The city authorities should no loujjer
neglec t to have the crossing over Commer
cial, on Eighth street, repaired. The con
dition of this crossing is a glaring disgrace
to the city as U also the one over Ninth on
General Orant would rather live in
Washington than any city iu the world, aud
if ho had ever tried them, would undoubt
edly, rather smoke the "Faultless" five cent
cigar sold by F. Korsmeyer than any cigar
in the world.
Still they come. Already we have one
aud three-fifths of a girl to every boy in the
city, and yet Will. Emery is not satisfied.
A handsome girl bady greeted the rising
sun early hist Sunday morning. She
weighed nine and a half pounds and is as
healthy as a little gold tish.
Mr. M. 1!. Ilarrell is yet too unwell to
take charge of the editorial department of
Tut I.ui.i.KTlx is in fact unable to do any
mental labor whatever, but he is gradually
improving and will probably be sufficiently
recovered by the SOth iust. to resume his
Marlon's Free Press is again on our
table. It is ot the size of respectable
amateur paper, but will UimUio .....
flllltl .'.v. , ., , . M.7. Hll.lt-
ever may be said of Barton, the fact is very
clear, tii.it he is not only a man of much
ability, but also of extraordinary pluck.
The Nashville Democrat says: "Gov.
Culluin has been taking a tour through
southern Illinois and is reported as being
much pleased w ith w hat lie saw and heard
while in the land of Egypt which doubt
less means that lie met with some encour
agemeut in hi aspirations for a ii'iiouiiua
tion.'' The trial of the prostitute.-, who were
arrested in Scott's saloon last week was en
tered upon in Squire Osborn's court yester
day. Two witnesses were examined for the
dcl'eiisti and six for the prosecution, when
court adjourned. The trial will be resum
ed at sj o'clock this morning.
pi'titimi of the business men of
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington, praying tor the improvement
of thut street, was presented to the council
by Alderman l.inegar last night. It was
on motion referred to the committee on
streets and will doubtless be favorably re
Alderman I.inegar. in his argument be
fore Spiitv ilslxun. the other day, insisted
that the ordiinuiiT under w hich the lewd
women were arrested was illegal and that
thecity had no right to pass an ordinance
of that character. If the matter is as the
alderman suys. it would, perhaps, not be
ami should he mi tempt to right the wrong
t tin lu-jtt meeting of the council.
The resolution was introduced bv Al
dermaii Howley, in tin? city council last
night, "that the mayor be aud is hereby re-
piested to revoke the license of any saloon
keeper who, to hi knowledge, allows lewd
women, or women having the reputation of
being lewd, to loiter about his saloon prim-
isos. ' On motion ol'Aldermnn Putier the
resolution was tabled, and action thereon
is hence deferred until next meeting.
Mr. IIowley, of the lirst ward,
introduced a resolution requesting the
Mayor to investigate, and report at the next
meeting, the condition of the records and
accounts of the different city officers. It
was uimuittioibly carried. Wo publish else
where another resolution offered by the
sumo gentleman. They are both irood aud
if acted upon can only be productive of
good. We hope that all tho city officers
will U ablo lo exhibit a clear record.
-The little "Jim Kick" was yesterday
afternoon liieially packed with an Interest
ing crowd of Cairo's first families, who were
Iwund for Paducah to intend the weddimr
of Mr. Fr:uk Oaliyher. The pareuts of
tho groom, Mr. nud Mrs. t'hus, Galigher,
were among the passongers. There can be
no doubt but that tho affair will be one of
Hie grandest of its kind; that the attend
enco will be very large and the participants
pass several hours of unalloyed pleasure,
which will not bo soon forgotten.
Some excitement was created along the
Ohio Levee yesterday by the report that a
sewer had bursted near Twenty-fifth street,
allowing the water from the Ohio river to
pass into the city quite freely. The cause
of the rumor was that, in some unaccount
able way, the outer cups over the mouth of
the sewer had become dislodged allowing
the water to run through Ihe sewer and
into tho city. The fact was soon communi
cated to the mayor, who, -with several oth
ers, hurried to tho place and throwing off
their coats proceeded to brace the sewer in
side of the levee with plank to prevent the
earth arouud it from giving way.
An exchange has the following relative
to death rate in societies: "The predictions
of experts in regard to Odd Fellowship
some twenty-five or thirty years ago. It
was held ami shown by elaborate tables
lodges could not pay f 5 to $10 per week
sick benefits, and $75 to $100 funeral ben
efits; that at the end of forty years nil then
living would bo dead, and the institution
bankrupt. Facts show that the death rate
in this order is less than one per cent., and
financially it is better off than it ever was,
and facts will show that if the order lives
"lie hundred years more, the death rate will
lench two percent. So schedules, tables
and statistics arc sadly at fault."
This weather is more injurious to traf
fic than many would supxisc. Aside from
our retail merchants who depend mostly
upon thecity trade, the commission men on
the levee are feeling it severely. During
the last few weeks they have received or
ders for hundreds of car load of corn,
which they were unable to fill. Corn is
biingiug a good price at some points south
and our merchants have written and tele
graphed to every point north of us in or
der to supply the demand from their south
ern customers, but in almost every case re.
ceived the reply that "corn was plentiful iu
the country in cribs, but none in the eleva
tors and could not be brought there because
ol bad ruads.
The sale of the property of Mr. E. F.
Davis, under a first mortgage held by the
Alexander County Bank to secure notes for
$3,000 and a second mortgage for nearly
$1,000 held by Sehrocder Jt Cuhl, took
place at the court house yesterday at J
o'clock r. m. The frame building aud lot
on the corner of Eighth street and Washing
ton avenue, occupied by Messrs. Pettis &
Bird, sold for $1,800 to Messrs. Smith &
Brink nteyer; and two frame houses, with
the ground occupied by them, ou Sixth
street, were bought by Messrs. Schroeder Sc
oki. Trim, we understand, stopped the sale
ot the residence next to the corner
of Eighth etrowt, and will sutisfy the hold-
Ill L.il- mill m. T ., , , .
them, which is about $400.
In arguing the case of the prostitutes
before 'Squire Osborn's court the entire af
ternoon was consumed yesterday. Perhaps
never before in the history of Cairo, has so
determined an effort been made to shield
that class of women. There are six women
in all, and the defense obtained the right
in Squire Comings' court to try them sep
arately. Apparently the defense care noth
ing for the time consumed so long as there
remains a hope of acquitting even one of the
gang. Every possible point has been raised
by them, and three days have been con
sumed in arguing technicalities. Were it a
case in which millions of dollars or a man's
life were involved it is not probable that a
greater effort would have been made. At
the rate these women have been tried they
will all have had their hearing in proba
bly a week from to-day.
- Mr. T. O'Ncil Russell, of Louisville,
Ky., will deliver a lecture on "The Irish
Land Question," next Friday evening, Jan
uary ICth, at the Athoneiini, for the benefit
of the suffering poor in Ireland. The ad
mission will be only twenty-five cents. Our
people have no doubt herd much about
this enterprise', but they can not fail to be
both entertained and instructed by Mr.
Itussell, who is said to be a gentleman of
more than ordinary ability. But aside
from this, they will help alyng a worthy
cause; they will contribute tu the relief
of a people who, above all others, deserve
our sympathy and who are really sadly iu
need of pecuniary assistance. Turn out m
full force and send a relief fund that will
be worthy of our reputation for generosity.
The cases of the lewd women that
have been pending before our polio,; courts
for the l ist threu or four days, nnd about
which there has been so much legal leger
demain, etc., will open the eyes of our peo
ple to tho importance of electing police
magistrates whojare honorable and honest,
who will not allow them to be led by any
faction or resort to illegal, inconsistent or
even foul means to protect any certain class
of criminals in their shameful violations
of the city ordinances. It will olso bIiow
the importance of having an able and
conscientious prosecuting attorney, Will
Hendricks is doing all he can to bring the
wretches referred to above to justice and
has exerted himself day and night to do bo,
but all bis efforts have been retarded if not
neutralized by an unwilling, obstinate
Yesterday forenoon, at 1 1 :!t0 o'clock.
quite a stir was created on Thirteenth
slrcet, bctwecu Washington aud Walnut, 1
the report that the child of a negro wo
man, living opposite tho German Lutheran
church, had been burned to a crisp. It
appears that tho mother had for a few mo
ments left tho house and had left, as (ho
only occupant, her four-year old little girl.
The child was engaged in turning bread on
a small coal stOAO, when her dress caught
fire from tho low grate and she was at once
enveloped in flames. Her cries brought
her mother to her assistance who, wrapping
her dress around the young one, ran iuto
the yard with it und cried for assistance,
The neighboring ladies, Mrs. Bcccher and
Mrs. Stratton, at once came to her assis
tance and had Dr. Smith sent for. When the
Doctor arrived the child was found to be
very severely burned. Every particle of
clothes had been burned from its body
even the stockings ami shoes. It is be
lieved, however, that if she has sustained
no internal injuries, by inhaling the fire,
there are hopes for her recovery. In
the afternoon the child was resting easy.
Many of our citizens know Commis
sioner Katun he of portly person, genial
countenance, overbearing politeness and of
bald bead. But all our citizens do not
know that this gentleman has for some
time been fishing for the shoes of Governor
Cullom. This is the fact, howecr. ltauin
is a man whq, was never heard of until
Hayes appointed him to the important po
sition for which he is unfitted. His homo
was and still is in Golconda, Pope county,
and tho little notoriety he obtained iu Cairo
and surrounding towns was brought about
by an exhibition of his extraordinary talent
for losing cases at law. But this did not
detain him from having a very flattering
opinion of Haum. A wonderful change has
taken place iu the man's mind, during the
past few days, however, for he has actually
been convinced, by some one that his race
for gubernatorial honors would result in
disastrous defeat and be has now made the
public announcement ..that he will not be a
candidate for the governorship of Illinois.
We must say that this announcement gives
us pain. We would like to have seen him
make the race for governor, but, who
knows, be may now be fishing for the presi
dency. Letters are said to have been re
ceived by several Illinois congresuien
from Lieutenant-Governor Shunian asking
their aid in securing the nomination of
himself. Efforts have also been made to
induce ex Senator Oglcsby to accept the
Lominatioii, but he writes that under no
circumstances will he become a candidate.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH PARLOR EN
TERTAINMENT, AT '1JI K KF.SIDKM E OK MK. ( HAS. 1'INC K-
KIKST OK THE S KltlKS TI1UKSUAY kVKN-
INO. .lANfAltV 1371880.
Duette - Piano "Overture to Tancredi,"
Misses Gayer and Dunning.
V.miiI "Luci Di Lamniermoor."
Solo Piano "Poet and Peasant,"
Miss Emma James.
Reading "Evening at the Farm."
Miss K. A. Thompson.
Duette Vocal "The Rose the Sweetest
Flower," Messrs. Hacker aud Aisthorpe.
Vocal Solo Miss Annie Pitcher.
Duette - Piano "II Trovator,''
Misses Olmstcad and Howard.
Mrs.W. P. Halliday and Miss Annie Pitcher.
Song Mr. G. M. Fry.
Reading-"Rhyme of the Duchess May."
Miss Kittie Alvord.
A FEW BUSINESS MEN.
W IIO J)() NOT ADVEHTlsK IN THK HCI.I.KTIX,
lll l' WHO HY IHUNO SI) MK.1IT IMltE-K
'I'll Kill UL'SINUSS.
Ihe proprietor of one of the Ohio Lr.ee
boat stores has beeu in his present business
for a number of years and is known up and
down our various rivers as a courteous and
energetic business man, w ho deserves in the
full 'st measure, the success with which lie
has met. His stock of boat stores com.
irises everything known to his line ot busi
ness and since his sales are very large, they
an? constantly kept of the freshest charac
ter. M It. KAMI Kits
has recently bought the large and complete
stock of groceries formerly owned by Mr.
L. H. Myers aud now does business in that
gentleman's house. He has been in the
gweery business in this city for not less than
ten years and has during that time made
many friends by his fair dealings and cour
tesy. He is regarded as one of our live,
wide awake business men and has in the
years past met with flattering success.
HANNON & (O.
The business house of the above named
firm is on Commercial avenue, between
Eighth aud Ninth streets and is the head
quarters in th'u. city for sewing machines
aud attachments. The firm has always on
hand a large number of machines of all
kinds which ure sold at reasonable prices
and on very easy terms. As all our people
know, Mr. Hanuon has been in the sewing
machine business for somo years and they
may rely on his judgment as regards) sew ing
machines, their repairing, etc.
The above house, situated ou Ohio Levee,
between Fourth and Sixth streets, is so well
"nown throughout this and adjoining states,
that it is almost unnecessary to speak its
praises as ouo of the leading business houses
of our city. Tuu hotua aoes largo wUple.
sale ami rctuil business in tobaccos of all
kinds chewing and smoking. There is no
bettor or more reliable house, than that of
the Eighth street butcher, has constantly iu
his shop tho freshest of all kinds of meats
and sausages. Besides having a large city
trade, his steamboat trade is immense. Ho
gives general satisfaction in all bis dealings
and is regarded as one of our best and most
Having dissolved partnership with John
Major, wo have opened a shop on Commnr
cial avenue between 11th and 13th street.
All kinds of carriages, buggies, plows and
wagons, also all kinds of edge tools, mill
picks, etc., made to order, and repairing
done promptly and cheaply. o5 years
practice and experience enables ns to guar
antee all work to give satisfaction. Buggy
painting ami trimming done id prices to
suit the .times. Mr. P, Gadbois, the car
ring') maker, is connected with us and is
always ready to accommodate customers.
MisksTf.shii:u & Hons,
Winter, ih Upon ls and every pet son
must be supplied w ith good boots or shoes.
The place to buy them is at C. Koch's shoe
store, No. 90, Commercial avenue, between
Fifth und Sixth streets, where you will al
ways find the best ot St. Louis and Cincin
nati hand-made boots and shoes on hand
and sold very low. The public will find it
to their interest to call and examine prices
and goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Abo, always on hand a complete stock of
leather and finding.
What Frank Lksi.ik's It.i.. Nxwhpapkh
says: A good piano at a fair price is one
of the wniitsof the. times. An instrument
that is durable, that is substantially made,
and has all lhosequalitiesoflonewhie.il
make a first-class piano, can be had from
the Mknuklssoiin Piano (Vi., 21 East Fif
teenth street, New York, from $140 to$Hio.
ror over thirty -seven yeais their factory
has been producing pianos, and adapting
every new invention which has proved itself
to be valuable. They can lie compared by
an expert with the instruments of the high",
est name and fancy price, and the rcult is
surprisingly satisfactory. The Piano is
warranted for five years, and no purchaser
has ever made a complaint. From personal
knowledge and critical examination we can
recommend any one to send for a catalogue:
to thealHive mentioned manufacturers.
July atith, 17!).
IiUOWN's llolshlUH.il pANAl'r.A is the
most trTeetive pain destroyer in the world.
Will niot surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied oxtefnally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
w hether chronic or acute, th in any other
pain alleviator, and it i warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, bock or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should be
m fvery family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if prnicrreii i taken at led time, will break
up a cold, iili i ts. a bottle.
Mum f.c'KNKs. undoubtedly witii chil
dren, attributed to other cnurs, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge ComtJu,
or Worm Lozenpes, although effectual iu
destroying worms, can do no possible iu
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination Iris been Muccewfilly
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a Ux.
Gi ii.ty ok Wrono: Some people have
a fashion of contusing excellent remedies
with the large mass of "patent medicines."
aud in thi3 they are giiilty of wrong.
There are some advertised 'remedies fully
worth all that is asked for them, nnd one
at least we know of Hop P.itters. The
writer ha had occasion to use the Bittern
in ju.st such a climate as we have niot of
the year in Bay City, and has always
found them to be tirst-clas and reliable,
doing all that i claimed for then;. Trib
une. Sknsiih.k Canaimam. Mr. Gadbois, of
Jliockville. Canada, after beinfr cured of a
prostrating malarial disease contracted in
Texas, by mean of Warner's Safe Pills and
Safe Bitters, writes to u: "I h:i'! nnnF
travel in that climate without your Safe
nils ami rule Hitters as part 01 my out
oh' r::K condition
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK
C.vieo, fix , M0Rir, J no 1-s'.
line from other Ilauha
C a.ti on baud
Ouoit and furniture
It til S t.l
Capita', sloi ii jMid in
Snrptii fa tnl
We, I' Tieff. Vice President ar.d H W. ( ah
ler, do solemnly awear that the above taf(mnt la
truu to the het of our knowledge and belief
Phtkh NMr, VIcvPrcHidctit,
H W'Rijjv, (Jaahler.
Sa'oacrlliod u;d -worn to before me I Ma nth, day of
.Ian., 110. ACTUM) (.'oMINitH,
OI lit 18 I'M AH Arr I I AND,
And it find J. BliRGKR, the Dry Goods King, fully prepared with a tremendous stock
of Ladies' and Gent's Ties-the largest evur brought to Cairo a most elegant line of
Linen Cuffs and Collars, Ladies', Misses aud Children's Hosiery, Gloves, Underwent, Cor
sets, Ruches and tho latest styl-w of Fancy Ribbons, Beautiful Black and Colored Cash
meres; 100 Cloaks, 1.50 to $i'0, worth f 14 ; an elegant lino of Dolmans for the lowest
prices. Now is tho time to buy your Christmas goods. Wc do not advertise what we
will act do. Call and examine our stock.
J. IlUKGmt, 1S4. Commercial Ave.-
It has wonderful Dower ou Bowels. Liver
and Kidneys! What? Kidncy-Wort, try it.
EVERYBODY LIKES IT !
V U LMONAR I A
For tlio Throat mot Luiiy;.
The beat Cough Iteniedy In the World
It la perfectly liarmluaa aud pleaeant to take,
Old people like ll, and children cry for It
V ill cure any cuau of chronic aud UiiL-erini! cmiijli
In aKhorltlme. s h s
Will riiriiwhoonlnxcoHeh In ten day.
Will rulieviicruupTii a I.' minute
Will euro a cold iu luas time than aiir ether
Will curu More throat lu a few Imuia.
It I unllko any utlier remedy lu the market
Iteurea, not by drvluciip the couh an moat rem-
edlea (Jibut by removing the cauac which pnnliu ea
it rnt you nothing' If It doea not perform all that
Is claimed for It, aa every lioltl.i la warranted to elvu
HStlalactlou or nnmcy will he refunded.
. , . J"T I' l... '"if K, Ih.'.i
l)r A. It. White, Inilianiijiolie, hid.:
Hear Sir: - 1 hoiiu'lit of Meaara. Dmiaford 4 Wood
worth, Unit'clMa. at thle p'aeo, one, bottle of to;ir
Pu (miliaria, ami am pleaded to add my tcatlnmny
to II benellcliil result. My Wj had he.-u anffei
Inir very auvereiv with acumjli lorau tnomliK, At
nicht Kite would couch alruoet luteHaantly . Wn
had tried ninny ruiitediu. hut all proved futile iinill
I wan Induced by Ihe gentlemen uhove. meutniiied
to try vobi- Pulmnniina The tirxl die irnve 1,,-r
Immediate relief, and one hot lie illected a pertt,a
nent cure, Itecpectlully your.
S. L. ItASXtY, Juatlce of the p,,, ..
- Pr.KPAKED BY-
UK. It. A. WJIITK tcCO..
1H2W. Washington Sr.. Irnlluiinio!i. hid,
Sold by GEO K.OHAKA. Cairo, II!.
TlIK l'l'-..r AMI C.K.T KlIiMXr I. V K It WUH
A combination i,t 10,1.. u.,n u...... .. ,
and Uanoki.ion, with sli the !,ei ai.d uio-l cir
aim: properuea ot all other Hitler make. t.
ereaiH.t Utooo I'eiuntn. I.ueu Hk.ii latoh
s'iii Life and llealih Ke-tnrii.u Aiiert on crtli
No dlcae or III health can pors'hly loin; ev
latvi here Hop Hitter are utd. n varied ir
perl, ct are tin lr operation.
I'lltV I. UK NK Lies AMI V II To Til AliKii
To nil who... employment cause Irrejfuiart'v
of thobowei or uriuurr ork'aii. or who req.io.!
aa Appetiser. Tonic and mild Stlmuluit. lip
Kilter are invaluable, witmoct ivroxn ativi
No matter what your feeilnn oravmpton are.
wlatthe ilii:ase or alm. nt , u'e Hop Ml
ter H in t a!t UMII you are lck. hut if v.-i:
only feel Imil or mieride. n-e the Hop Hitter
at mice. It may er.e your lite ll lu n...t
gii Mill he paid for a ca.e thy nili
ure or help, ito iiolaufler nor let vuiir In
uC' r. h'Jt and urge their, to i;'-e j'.ip
Remember. Hop BltU-r I t.o vile, drni-eii,
druuki n i.uriruin. hut the Pure! and hv.t
Medicine ever made; the Invalid Kriend and
Hope.'' ant uo J.i :ou or l.imliy .iioulJ l.e
.IT .mMK 'fill HAY
llni' I '01 OH ('CHI l the mretfl. a.'el ai:l)
The li,,,. I'!i for stomach, I. uer ai.d Klnii .
i a'jpcrir' in a I ntfcer Al; lirtig.-lt'
I). ('. I aij abaolute and lr re!.tli. ,Lr,
for druiikenu", tie of opium, to). aero ti;
unreot'.c Mend for circular
All above old by druc.'i'lu.
Hop l!ltteraMnula' tunnel o . pnr heater. N V
llaqK'rs Vouiii' IYoplt.
Tace.t: ! ate.ii.i! I'ternture tor tre oi:i
arw weit Wr.o!., ai d the want .f u antidote iu
loii been telt Tin I annulled bv H.M'.l'KIt X
Ynl'NO PKiipI K. a beautifully illutrntei w.vk'y
jot.'tial. him i equally d' void ol iheobjerti'it ali.'e
feature ol ri!!:t:uua. juvenile lliera'nre arel uat
riejral:riu4 ton. who a repel I tie youthful rei.!
Tie- olur:ie i f I'.o Y.iui.l' People tietili i!h Ih"
nrl Niiiiiln-r. puhlipl ' d l:i November ol e h vri.-
l:"r, ( j time i ill.: l,to',.-d. ! t w III l; uoib-rli.., 1
'hat the uhrrlher w li.f,e t,i rouimt le e w MS '. .
N'.tnh. r next after tbe r-velpt of order
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