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AnliiM rtch or Ion will Ii puli)lhol fiw'3
yu tnpcrtioo; 3 tinier SO cutiu; 1 PU:
mnUi. ISO; S nioutlii without cluuije, 81.00 per
to oath. K.h additional Kirn, prorata. Kituationt
Mini free. ..
POR UK NT,
X. t Winter' Row 6 room. Rent, $'J
M. J. HOWLKY. Real Knato Arnl.
IOY WANTED ,
f Una the f arpentcr nd joiner' trade. Mind
to-urt .od ... 17 to W Y-J-f ,,0OKK
Am order! Rood for 100, if applied on any ityle
Mc-uillcKuhoii nano. v lit oe miu iuw.
ppij t thin tXUce
Mm. L. J. Hymn cn acc.ominodiiie a row day
fcottdium, alo board mill room for two. Price very
Applv t tier boiiKu next to the Catholic
mtiartb on VVatihlnElon avcuue.
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic I'liysician and Surgeon.
MVa I W Oi, Amerclpl avcnne. Kualduiice coruor
faart' cuth hi. and Waililuuton avenue. Cairo.
R. E. W. W1HTLOCK,
OrncB-No. Wfl Commercial Avenue, between
Kijluh and Ntuih Struct
U. W. C. JOCELYN,
CJVKlCE-E!)htU Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
omcK: With the Widows' and Oorpuans' Mu
Ml Aid Society.
A. C. Dbsnis.
Q'LOUullLIN & DENNIS,
ITaiicv G roceries
Plonr of all Grades, v Selected Teas,
Pure Coffees and Spices,
Choice Syrups and Molasses, Foreign
and Domestic Fruits, Canned
Frails in Variety, Glassware, Queens
ware. Tinware, Tobaccos.
iQfrars.Wines.Liqtiors, Fanners Supplies
lK?t'a!l and examine our Htork. Good DELIY
MtLKD PROMPTLY and FREE nf expciine.
Cor. Twentieth Street, North Side Poplar.
YOCUM & RPiODERIUK,
Dealers in -
JiHB CITY NATIONAL BANK
'VP. P. HALLWAY. President.
11. L. IIALLIDAY. Vice-President.
THOS. W. IIALLIDAY, Cashier.
I TATHTAT1.0R, W. 1. IIAM.IDAT.
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Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
JiOl'GnT AND SOLI).
.lOJH-ii'ltrecelved and t general hauklni; hilcincM
' ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
"Omsniercial Avenue nnd Figlith Street,
F flmi. Pri'Hideiii.
P. N i ff. Vlee l'renident.
11. Wkixk. Cn-hliT.
T. J. Kkhth, Af-istiinl CnMiier.
V. Hr;ii. Culro:
F1 nt Netr. ( ulro:
K. Wiuier, Cairo:
Wllllnm Klui'e. CuiKi:
1!. I.. llilliiij.vley.Sl. I.duIk;
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X GENERAL HANKING M SINKSS DONE.
JV'Xt'llANtiliHiild nnd honjrht. Inl'Ti st p:iid In
J HlH Suvhi Dc'liS'lliienl Collei'llniin imide
mvi all hanlnenK proniiitv attend'd tn.
" ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,'
Mauularturer Af and Di'uler tiiAlco
TIJ:, COPPKllit PHEE'MUON WARE
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jS-O.a:, KIIJIITII HTHEIX
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
BNTlitlKD AT TUB POST OKVICK IN CAIRO, IL
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OPKICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
Krnent II. Thieleoke, City Killtov.
Sionai Omni, I
Cairo. 111.. March t, IHHO. f
tlTno. Bur. Tber, llum. Wind. Vcl Weather.
B a m :I0.11
7 " 10.13
10 " 30.44
BW NW 10 iMonuy
SO NW 11 Cloudy
79 NW 11 Cloudy
Ti) NW 6 Fulr
Maximum Temperature. 34 a; Minimum leni
pnrHture, 2H; Kuinrull 0.47 IncUB.
RWermoet8i.,ch.. W. H. RAY,
Hern't Slutial Coron, U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Tlie ladies of the Presbyterian church
will e;ive a sociable at the residence of Mr.
Wm. Stratton, Thursday. March 18th. A
cordial invitation is extended to every one.
General repairing ot carriages and bug
gies. Go to John Major, Teuth street, Cairo,
Jno. Rims' new bakery, on Eighth street,
is headquarters for fresh baked Boston
Brown BuKADand all the ditlereut kinds of
cakes and Graham Bread; also wheat and
rye bread. His shelves are supplied with
candies and confectioneries of all kinds.
Priiicarljw. Salesroom opposite J. Walter's
COAL! COAL 1 1
I am prepared to furnish tho citizens of
Cairo with a good quality ol coal at tho
lowest rates. Upon leaving orders at tho
corner of Tenth and Commercial, it will be
delivered to any part of the city.
All persons holding books belonging to
the Cairo Public Library are requested to
return them on Saturday March 20th, to the
library, and no books will be given out on
that day and for a short period after, until
the books in the library have been re
marked, re-arranged, etc., and the cata
logue verilied. Bv order of the board of
trustees of the W. C. and L. A.
Mrs. II. II Caxdke, SeeV.
At A. llalley'rt on Commercial avenue op
posite Seventh street. The largest and
finest stock to lie found in the city. Tin
and hollowware of all kinds. Fine cut
lery, bird cages, ammunition, etc. A new
supply of Hie Bissell carpet sweepers.
Garden and farm implements. Hardware
of ail kinds. Cooking stoves, the best m
the market. Examine his stock and prices
before you buy.
Mr. John Major lias now on hand
large lot of farm and spring wagons, log
wagon, one horse, two horse and sulky
plows-, Tessier's best, and double and single
harrows. New and second hand buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. (Jo
and sec them.
Mr. John Major is prepared tt luruish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit, on approved paper or very low for
The phantom party to be given at Wash
ington hall on Ea -iter Monday, will equal,
if not exceed, any like a Hair ever held in
the city. Persons having experience in the
business have its management in hand and
are leaving nothing undone that may con
tribute to the pleasure of all who may at
tend. Tickets are lifty cents, and may be
had from A. O. OeBaun, 11. Myers, M.
O'Donnal, J. O'llara. Louis Herbert, Jno.
Scheel, Elmer Comings, Harry Walker,
Jno. Koehler and Henry Hasenjic'er. No
persons without costumes will be permitted
to dance before 1 1 o'clock.
Woiikinomkn. Before vou begin heavy
simni' work after a winter of relaxation,
vow system nee is cleansing and strength
ening to prevent an attack of ague, bilious
or soring lever, or some oilier spring sick
ness that will until you tor a, season s worn.
You will save time, much sickness great
expense if will use one bottle ol
Ho) Bitters in your lamily this month.
Don't wait. Burlington Hawkeye. ,
A New Method is Medicine. By this
new method every sick person can get n
package of the dry vegetable compouiul,
Kidney-Wort, and prepare for themselves
i r . Iff.. Tt ! II!..
six qtnns ot medicine, ii is sprain;
cure for kidney diseases, liver complaint,
constipation .and piles, and a grand tonic
The Yiii.tah- Beit Co., Mw.siimx
Midi. Will send their celebiated Electro.
Voltaic. Belts to the nlllielcd upon !!0 days
trial. Speedy cures irunrantcpd. They
menu what they ny. Write to them with
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1880.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
The tobacco busiuoss at the Planters'
warehouse, is again beginning to boom.
Tho thawing of tho ice and snow yes
terday caused another rise in the sipe
Mrs. W. P. Wright returned homo yes
terday from a pleasure trip to New Or
leans. Mr. S. P. Wheoler, the attorney for the
creditors of Mr. E. F. Davis, is at Ottawa
in the interest of his clients.
Quito a treat was again afforded our
lovers of music last night by tho Comiquo
and minstrel bands playing against each
City Clerk Foley has been afflicted
with a severe earache lately and as a
remedy Johu Clancy recommends mar
riage. Eight hundred full sheets of Bristol
card board to be cut into business cards,
tickets, visiting card's, etc., were yesterday
received at The Bulletin job ofliec.
The Phoenix Baking powder is in a
fairway to crowd all others out of the
Cairo market at least. There is a heavy
demand for it among Housekeepers.
Wcndling will lecture for the benefit
of the Temperance club and seventy-five
dollars cash, next Wednesday night. The
lecture is worth double the money.
The May Fisk Burlesque Opera troupe
is coming for ono night only, and will give
one of their unrivalled performances at the
Athencum next Monday night, March 22d.
The Lame "boom'' seems to gather
strength ami force every hour. It looks
now as though he would be the next po
lice magistrate whether he wants the office
Two white men, one charged with pub
lic indecency and the other with assault,
were before his honor, Squire Robinson
yesterday, and were dealt with according
to the law and the evidence.
Yesteiday forenoon, while the tug was
towing a coal barge down the river, near
the shore, the current carried the barge
against the warehouse of Halliday Bros.,
thereby somewhat damaging the corner of
We have ou our table an exceedingly
well written but rather bad letter, blowing
up dram drinkers, saloon keepers, the city
officers, etc. We can't publish it because
it comes without signature and we don't
know where to place the proper credit.
It came'to our ears yesterday evening
that a white man a stranger had J eru
robbed of six dollars on the wharf boat, by
two i-ousters. Since the report reached us
too late to admit of the button-holing of au
officer, we are not certain of its truthful
ness. To-day, which is St. Patrick's day,
will be generally observed by our Irish fel
low citizens throughout the country in
honor of their patron saint. Instead of the
usual parade in our various cities, stren
uous elVoits will be made to raise funds,
through entertainments of various char
acters. Nine hundred pounds of Hat writing
paper to be ruled into note heads, bill
heads, letter heads, bills lading, etc., were
yesterday received at The Bulletin job of
fice. It is clearly the duty of Dr. Wood to
rid the community of the presence ot
"Crazy Jimmy," and unless he would be
cursed straight through purgatory and into
1, in double quick time, by the up town
people, he should lose no tune in returning
the fellow from whence he came. The
patience ot the people is exhausted by the
ever presence of the lousy fellow.
Tli' Illinois corn crop for 1878 is the
argest on record, and exceeds the great
cropot is?.") by over twenty-five million
(25.)li:!,:J77) bushels, the present crop ol
:iO.-,i:S,:.!77 was grown on 7,018,881 acres,
which is believed to be much below the ac
tual area of the state. The average yield
is a fraction over :tS bushels per acre the
largest, with two exceptions the past twenty
St. Pal'riek's day will be appropriately
celebrated at St. Patrick's church to day.
A dispatch received from Rev. D. L. Ley
den, of Cape Girardeau, last night, informs
Rev. Mastersoii, that he will be present and
deliver a lecture in the church this evening.
Tin; reverend gentleman is an eloquent
talker and the Irish p.-ople should not lor
get the occasion.
A number of the boys ol' the Reform
club have decided to inve a minstrel per
formance at the R 'form, hall on Saturday
evening next. Of course the boys will ex
ert themselves and give u very creditable
and acceptable show one that will be apt
to surprise and please all who attend. They
have trone to some expense in making their
preparations and should be greeted with n
Thirty reams of white and colored
sized paper for full sheet, quarter sheet,
half sheet nnd other sizes of posters and
programmes, were yesterday received at
The Bulletin job office.
Justice Coinings is qiuleaelive in bis
work of interesting our citizens in the or
ganization of a Buildci's'aud Loan associa
tion, and, although the charier was received
but a few day's ago, two hundred and
eighly-scveii shares have already been taken
and the piopect of selling a thousand
shares is now very flattering, indeed. The
Squire coiit'.'inplatcs visiting Centialia ou
Saturday with a view of thoroughly ac
quainting himself with the workings of the
association in that city, which is au old and
very Successful one. Upon his return the
nocessary steps for holding a meeting and
organizing our association will at once be
The 15 puzzle is no puzzle at all, or at
least is not near so great a ono as that
which is now puzzling smokers "How so
line a cigar as the 'Faultless' can be made
and sold for fivo cents." Smokers all buy
of F. Korsmyer, Olr.o Levee, corner Sixth
Our item in yesterday's issue, favoring
Mr. Chris. Lame for police magistrate, meets
with very general approval among our citi
zens. And wo feel surer than ever that
Mr. Lame could be elected. It is unneces
sary to indulge in further eulogies of him
as a man and a citizen, lie is too well
known to require it. His known character
would insure a magistrate who would not
allow himself to be influenced in any man
ner from what he believed to be right, and
his decisions would therefore always be in
accord with the ideas of the majority of his
constituents and in the interest of good or
der. We hope that his manv friends will
prevail upon him and bring him out in due
time for the coming election.
The Chicago Legal News of the 6th
iust., gives the following important an
nouncement: "We are informed that Mr.
Freeman, the reporter of the supreme court,
is preparing to announce to the subscribers
to the Illinois reports, that lie is arranging
to furnish them printed copies of the full
text of every opinion, immediately upon
the filing of the same, or within ten days
thereafter, and in advance of the issuing
of his volumes ot tho reports. The fre
quent terms of the supreme court will ren
der this quite practicable, and the profes
sion will be glad to get the opinii ns from
so reliable a source, in advance of any
possible publication of the regular volui.ie.
A gentleman name not given, of
course, arrives in Washington with news
which excites tho Sherman headquarters
and puts tho secretary in high glee. He
states that he has been in all the large
towns in the western states, ana is con
vinced that Sherman will receive at tho
Chicago convention on the first ballot, ten
votes from Indiana, fifteen from Michigan,
twelve from Illinois, ten from Wisconsin,
the solid vote from Minnesota, and from
eight to twelve from Iowa. Ho is very
confident that Sherman will be nominated
on the second ballot. These delegates do
they weur buckram, or Kendall green? In
Illinois, uow, just where are they and who
ure t'iryf It is worth while to know.
--Deeds of trust providing for the sale
of lands, lots, houses or farms in Illinois by
trustee therein mimed, on non-payment of a
debt secured by such deed, are no longer
of legal etfect in this slate unless made be
fore July 1, 187!). Since then the giving of
such power ot sale by mortgage
or trust deed is forbidden by 'law,
and cannot be exercised with
liliding etl'.'Ct. The creditor in all such
cases is Ooiinn to estaousii in court, sy
proof how much is due him. Upon such
proof being made the court will then order
the property pledged sold, to pay the debt
proved and the costs of the suit. After sale
the debtor has a year to redeem from sale
by paying eiuht per e:ent. interest with the
principal sum for which the property was
struck off at such sale.
- Our citizens will, on Thursday night,
March 18th, have an opportunity of seeing
that which thvy have perhaps never before
seen in Cairo, viz: A grand walking
match at Turner hall, at 8 o'clock, which
will take place between M lie. Arinaindo,
champion pdestricimc ol C.tnada: Aimee
Deiidozo, champion pedestrienne of Cuba,
and S. W. Whittnnn. champion of Mis
souri a id holder of tin seventy-five hour
championship medal, who will walk ten
miles against T. W Eck, of Toronto, Can
ada. The contest will, of course, be i very
exciting one. and will be witnessed by a
crowded house. The occasion will
lift of a high and select clnraeter
and afford much interest and enjoy
ment to the most fastidious. Wherever the
walking match has occurred it has been
witnessed by the most fashionable and cul
tured people, and we haye every reason to
believe that the managers will meet with
the same success in this city.
On the nth inst., the steamer Annie
P. Silver from below, landed about twenty
passengers, three miles above this city on
the Illinois shore, who had paid their pas-
sago to Cairo. The passengers were put oil'
in ' a muddy coru field while
it wis raining severely, and all this,
we an; informed, because the
captain of the boat had no disposition to
pay the necessary wharfage for landing
here. Not having "been there oiirself."
we, of course, are not certain ol the truth
fulness of the above statements, mid freely
confess that it looks unreasonable that a
boat should ruin its Inle by treating
iftscngcrs in such u manner.
We give place to the statements, however,
because we have them from a reputable
gentleman, Mr. Joiner, who hail, from near
Yiekshurg, Yii.J tin ! who was one of
the passenger put oil' in the field
nnd walked to this city,
There are but few people indeed, who
properly understand the ctiticisms nf a
newspaper. As a general rule, when we
have criticised the official acl of any pub
lic officer or b idy, m.r critici wis, although
properly bestowed, h ive beea cliaracteriz.i d
Plioeiiix Mine Powder;
'The Best in
When used according to Directions it produces the most
perfect hot breads, besides possessing all of those essential
qualities in which other powders are lacking.
GEO. 13; O'HAKA, Apothecary,
Sole . Proprietor and Manufacturer, Cairo, Ills.
to be, a
as "dirty" and "pcr-
Naturally enough, it
and will continue
matter of indifference
to us what our criticisms may be termed
by those concerned, so long as we know
that wu have the approval of the people in
what we say. We claim the right to criti
cise the public actions of all public
men and the men seeking pub
lic offices, and in exercising that
right we propose to talk plainly und
pointedly and yet have noi'Euso.NAi, mal
ice towards any person we speak of.
It is this we would have all our people un- J
derstand, that we are freo from personal
malice in all we say ; and this being the
case, the sudden stiffness which has come
over the spinal columns of some of
our citizens, is not only and unexpected,
The other day the Suu named two men
from each of the five w;;rds in the city, and
spoke of them as tit men to represent the
people in the council, but among the ten
citizens which that great journal mention
ed, it very studiously avoided the naming j
of any ot the present incumbents for re
electiou all of whom are men of undoubt
ed worth, who have served the
people impartially and well. The
gentlemen whose term expires are
Peter Saup, from the First ward; C. R.
Woodward, lrom the Second ward; W. P.
Wright, from the Third ward; Jas. Kynas
ton, from the Fourth ward and Thos
Halliday, from the Fifth ward. Messrs.
Wright, Woodward and Saup are expressed
and "stalwart" Republicans, who are ircn
erally recognized as valuable members,
and why the Levee Luminary
should, in its long list of names, slight
them we are at a loss to know. That they,
or the other t-'entlemen whose t-Tiu expires,
could be induced to again accept the lucra
tive office of alderman, w do not know, j
but we do know that they compose perhaps I
the best aldermanic material m the city.
and that their friends should urje
thi iu '
to maie mo race .or ,c-c.e( ,,.,. ; ,)r lW(.-s ruV(,ritt. Prescription and pro
Henry Ward B-echer has lately said that it ! .iniiuee it their favorite n utedy. becuu-j- so
took a four years' schooling in the white I efficient in the diseases and weakm ssi ue-
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housc to teach a linn how to be pre-ident,
and the religious organ The Bulletin
mav with as much truthfulness say, that a
mau'.s having served in the rapacity id'
aldcrnmn in tlie past, only the better tits
him to Mil the same position in the future.
We do not obicct to the ii 'ntl-iuen tli" Sun
n ained. since thev are all good men.
we believe that neither of them are
over anxious to crowd from the track men
whose wisdom and experience so eminently
qualily theui for re-election. But. however
this may be, we desire to say that the coin-
ing election should begin to receive the at-
tention ol our people, and it should lie agi-
tated by them in order that good men may
be induced to announce theinselvw in time,
. We give below the solution nf the
lo-M puzzle, as worked out by (). P. Bon- j
ney, an attorney of Ojtincy, und pr.blislnd I
in the (inincy Herald of Sunday. We
give the solution of the puzzle to the pub-
lie in the interest of sulfanug humanity. :
with a full consciousness of the great or- j
vice we thereby render. It is a matter of!
no importune;! as to win-re the blank in the 1
puzzle falls and nothing is said concerning j
it in the directions found on ;
the back of the puzzle box.
If it is required to leave the lower right;
hand corner bl ink, then when tic; combi- '
nation is bl, l.", 11, or either of the other
two equivalents thereto, then the puzzle
ceases to be a puzzle and becomes
iu "impossibility." The following is
the solution: II. I', D and L, .sig
nifying rcsp '(.lively Right, Up, Down and
L"ft. and the figures referring to the num
bers on the blocks. I I 11, 1.1 R. VI R. U I),
V) L. II L, 12 L. 14 U, n U. i:J K, 11 l.
12 L, Pi U, lo L. 11 D, Rl U, 12 R. U U.
15 L, 11 L. Pi D, 13 K. 11 U, 10 R, 9 U,
to L, 11 L, PI L, 1"2 1), 11 R. L) U,
13 L, 11 D, I :l R, 13 C H R, If) I), 13 L,
13 L, 11 U, It R. lo R, lo R, fl D, 13 L, HI L.
7 D, (I 1!, o R, 13 U, PI L, 1 U, i) R, Pt ft.
13 D, 5 1., 0 L. 7 U, ID U. ! It.
15 D, 10 L, 11 L, It U. !i R, 15 II, PI R,
131), 10 L, 11 L, 11 L, ! U, 15 R, 14 O, U
L, S I), 7 R, 0 U, 11 R, (I I, L, II U,
0 R, !) I), 5 R, 10 U, !) L, 5 D, II L, 7 L.
8U.IIR, 7 D, 8 L, U, 7 It. 5 It. 11 D,
IDR.i) U, 11 U 10 D, L, 5 U, 10 R,
II R,!l I), S b, 11 U, 10 L, 7 L, II D, 5 R.
11 R, 10 I', 7 L, 1 1 D, 10 R, 7 U,!)R, 8 1).
7 L.3 D,a L, I L,5 U,0 U,1l R, 10 D.8 R,7
R, 1 D, :! L, 1 L,'J U, 7 R, 1 R, iJ 1M L, 1
U, ;t R,l I), 1 L.:i U, 7L, 3D. 5 b, OU, 3
R, 5 1), a R, 7 U, 5 L, :i D, 7 R, 5 U, : L.
3 L, (I D,7 R, 5 R, :.l U, 2 L, 5 D, a R, 2 U,
5 L, (.1 L, 7 D, :i R, 3 R, 1 R. To get equiv
alents arrange the, blocks in last two rows
in the following position :
D--11 -IS Pf.
And the 15 U, PI L, 11 D and 15 R, then
12 R, 11 U, Pi L, 11 E, 15 D,12 R, etc.
tho "World !
A letter received yesterday at Tun Bul
letin office, says Miss Dixon will be here
und give au entertainment as soon as ar
rangements can be made. She 1ms just re
turned from a successful tour of the 'West
em states. Bulow we give a notice from
the Atchison Champion, one of the many
that has come under our eyes:
"Miss Mary Dixon read last night for a
fourth time before un Atchison uudience,
and before much the largest one that lu
greeted her. All the selections, grave, gay,
lively and severe were received with favor,
and it was difficult to tell which was best
received. The hu rous renditions of
course were grceioi wnii tlie most
evident tokens ot approbation, but
the serious produced an effect not the leat
real because more quiet. Miss Dixon Inn
read during the past winter in various
parts of Kansas, in all sorts of weathers,
ami before all sorts of audiences, without i
the aid of powerful friends and lavish ad- j
vertisii-.ir. making her way by her talent.
In the aggregate many Kansas people hive j
heard her, and all such will testily when- 1
ever or wherever called for, as to the power, '
spirit and truth of her impersonations, and
will look forward with interest to her future
labors, anil doubtless, success in the east."
at the planters housi:.
Thomas J. Aden, Ash Hill, Missouri:
W. E. Harris, Ash Hill, Missouri; Wm.
Poplin, Poplar Bluff, Missouri; W. DeBolt,
St. Louis; W. H. Croricr, Louisville, Ky.;
H. C. Wheat, St. Louis, Mo.; A. G. Gurhy,
Centra'ia; Mrs. Lucy, Saunders, Lafayette,
Ind.; E. Beakey, St. Louis: ('has. W.
Walker. Fulton, Ky.; V. H. Coilans, Milan,
Term.; Thos. Nails, Centralia ; E. Wirriner,
St. Louis: J. R. Castleton, Haijisbuig, III.;
W. J. Marry. Eldorado, III.': Johu P.ath
bone, Harrisburg, 111.; G. W.Stone, Mil
bum, Ky.: Thos. Anderson, New Orleun-;
J. W. H ill and wife. New Orleans: Aaron
Wills, DcS.ia. Mo.; D. W. Rice. Clinton,
-'ii.; ft. A. Cuol, Pongola.
The Ladies' Favorite. -Among the
iiuinv tlioii-uii'ls t luilirs who have Used
i culiar to women, arc many who arc well
' and favorably known in the world of !et-
ters. as well as artists, musicians, and a
; whole lio-t of names from tlie brilliant
ranks of wraith and fa-di'ion. It is pte-
! eminently me lames mvoriie l'rocnption.
its use. while being far more safe
cieiit, exempting them from those painfel.
i caustic iterations, mid wi'arinir of tho-e
. mechanical contrivances made like Peter
Pindar's razor -seller's razors -to sell
rather than to cure.
j ,.v pl,;,,;rK,")l.;,r Sir :--Your' Fa-
voritc Prescription has restored me to per-
feet health. Yours truly,
! Giiaue Ciiou e.
'. ii'l l.iifaw street, Baltimore. Md..
; June lOMi 1S7S
j p,!t y ,,.,., K( Unifalo, N'!" Y.-Dear
i Sir: -My wife was u hopeless invalid for
nearly .'o yuars. lour l avonte rresenp
tioii has cured her. Thankfully vours.
R. T.'Mi Cay.
fPKMPI'I? Vf'P I r A I I
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' THE siLYKRTONl.UE!! OUAT.'ll."
1I0X. ;K0. K. WEXDLIXii
"el l)i'l!v-r i Telirate.l Lecture.
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1 1. TOUIIMIIOI UWrViirS
I' U'ler tlie i!HHi' : cT l!i Teniln'riilici! Itefiinii
dull, at TViii;"i:iuri' ILili.
VeiliKs(ia Mtnvli 2 1
I'ieki'ls r I rents- fur
llurclny' dm.; dure.
e.ile nt lion!; Siure ami
We Menu Cured, Not Merely Relieved
And t'lin Prove. Wind we Claim,
There nre no liilliuvF mid no illsupiniiiiU
II' vou nru troubled with SICK II E AD-i'
ACHE you cmi iiu I'Hidiy unil iUlekly cuveiL ns '
hundredi" Imve lnn iilreudj" VSdiull lie pli'iincd
ii) rnluTTiherritf "t'emliiioiThlN uTnny IntereKted. ,
Aim cure nil dirm of Htllousiiei. )irevent Ciinstl ,
imtloti mid l)VHiriHil. iriiimite Dli.-eKtlnn. rellev !
diHlreie- from too hearty leitlinr, correct IliHorderH
of tlie Slohiiuli. Stl iiulule the Liver, nnd Uev'iihite ,
tlie lloweU. They da all ihUby t tvltlmr ,usl one -llltle
pill ill n dove. They lire pur ly veicet-ilile, do .
not k'rlpe or puree, and lire lis nearly perfect as ;
II In ponlhle tor a pill to he. Price !!5 cer ts, B for 'i
l. Sold liv diUi";lKl evervwliere or f'tit hy mnll .
I'AliTEU Mlil'll'IMC CO., ERIK, PA. n
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