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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
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I i TTfc TT TTlTATrt m v -v i a - - '
or tU lesilliitf butluuni boumi wtione adTertlne
nifiiu inuy be found lu Tin Bulletin.
C. 0. Puller Co., Commercial avenue and Nino
ti, D. Williamson & Co.
Yornm 4; KrocJurlck, Vt'anh. Avo.. cor. Eighth.
l)vua ii O'LoukIiIIb, Poplar, cor. Twisutltlu.
Dr. J. 11. Marean; ofllco.tW Commercial avenue.
Or. W.C. JofPlyii, Eighth near Cgmraprclal .
Dr. H. W. WUltlock, 1 C'oinmurcial avenue.
Itolit. Smyth, No. UO Ohio levee.
H U Cttudec. No. 7dOhlolvee(nptalr).
KulUll Lire, of New York, corner Twditu and
Wimliiiii;tou avenue. ,
Widow and Orpbaun Mutual Aid Hoclcty, feeventti
and t'ommi-rcial avenue.
-DUVidlSTS-WTIULESALK AND RETAIL.
Geo E. O'llara, Kliibtecuth anil Commercial.
AU itindcr County, Bank. stU and Comme relal
City National, Obio lever.
t'bamplou. Three Slutef.
John Spioal, ioru-r Twelfth and Levee.
K C lord, Corner Ninth and Comnwrual.
eneKAL DELI VERY open .:) a. m.; cloaea
J b' W p.m. 1 Sunday: 8 to a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; clone!
S,Ar,,u -i, Expn-M Mail via Illlni.ia Central and
ViImIwSpi'i CeLtral Itallrot elic it i.V
l"tro and Fpl M WW and Way Mall
C,tt".tSyaUyvl' "liliuoi. Central. Cairo and Vln
u,' and I Mi..i'w.l Central Railroad. clo.c at
k:VaPy 5:i for Narrow Okupo liuilro-id cloe at 8
ar.d Kvan.villH River Route tloe al 6:30
p. m. e.:.y incept Friday).
Mnyor-N. B. Tuii-Uewood.
Clerk Demit. J. P"lev
Conelor - Win. B i.llliert.
Marahal-J C l.allue.
Stlti. C. R Wood
Jlflb Ward-T. W. Ilalllday. ErneM 11. Petttt.
Circuit JmlKc-D. .! Baki-r.
Circuit Clerk-J - A. Ileuvec.
t.uunty Judj-R. " ontn.
County Clerk S. J liumui.
oumv Attoriuy-W C. Mil k-v
(ount'v Treamir-r-Mile W . Parkir.
hherirf John llodtfe.
Coroner-R l-itr.-r:a,c. .
Conutv CommiMioneri, 1. W. Hainua), .i -i.
M. ntil)'. faiuuel Urlley.
A PKICAN M E Fourfentn mrcM. ,,,irr,
..... , .,r..i- -rvi a,ti&th 11
a. m. and 7: p. m.; huuday scbool l.Jt p. ni-
CAHRISTlAN-EUhieenth utreet: mectini; Sab
J batb 10;:)p. ui.; preacbinj occa-lonally.
. i. . . . . .
CtllT'RCH 1K THE KhDhK.wr.il i tpipi ibi;
bourU-'Utli ftreet; Suuday Morulun prayer
D M) a. m.; eveuitiir prayer. 7::Vi p. ru.j Sunday
school n : a. m. Kl ldy eveuiu;' prayer . ::)u p. lu.
TIKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIU'RCU.
r Prracbin al !: a- m.. :l p. m., aud 7 :l p. m.
SaW'b arbool at 7:' p ui. Rev. I. J. Shore,
IVTIIERAN-Thlrteetth itreet: nTvtrc s,
J batb l ' a. m.; Sunday fihiMiliip in. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor Eighth :in.l Walnut .treetn;
Ph'achin- SMiatb 10::i a. in. aud 7 p.m.;
urver meeting Wednesday 7:Hi p. m.: Sunday
bcb'uol. a. ni. Rev. Whitlaker. ptor.
IJRESBYTERIAS EUbtb troet: prearhine on
Sabbath al Jl:wl a. in. and T: 5" P m-: pryfr
nieetinu Wediieclav at 7::p. m.; Suuday School
at a p. m. Rev. 11. Y. lieorue, pator.
OECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Fifteei.tb
O utreet. belwei ti Walnut and Cedar Mreel. er
vice Sabbath at :t and 7:'J0 p. m.
ST. JOSEPirs-Roman Cathoiio Comer Cms
and Walnut treet; aervieen Sabhalb l::Wa.
m. ; Sunday N-hool at -i p. m. , Veper :i p. ni. ; er
Tite every day at i p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S -(Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
ureet and VahiULlou avenue; acrvUcH Sab
Da th 8 and 10 a. in.; Vepcr :l p. in.; Sanday S.'IkmiI
a p. in. ; service every day at a p. m. Rev. t . Zaliel,
Obtained for new Invention, or for Improvement
on old ne; for medical or other compound, trade
mark uud label. Caveat, Ainuineut. Inter
ference, Appeal, Suit for Infringement. ai:d
all cae arlHlutf under the Patent Law, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
Dlr1 I LV1TL,1 ''' 'he Patent Office, mnytlll.
JYrjtiriVl VJV in niOKt cae, bei atenled by
u. Being oppolte the C. 8. Patent Department,
and eniram'd iu Patent bticiiie exclusively, we cuu
make cloer searche. and secure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those ts 'uo
are remote from Wnshliintou.
I V Vie V'rmj l',1(l "f model or sketch ol
1 IN V Tjil J UJVO your device: we make ex
amination aud advle'n to patetitablltty. free ol
cbarie. All correspondence strictly conlldential.
Price low, and no chaw miles Patent I ecurud.
We refer In Washington, to Uoi Postmaster
Ocaurul D. M. Key, Rev. K D.Power. The (iermau
American Nutloual Hunk, to olllelal lu the U. W.
Pateut Otllcc, Bud to Senator! aud Representative
In C'ltnrres: nnd especially to our client lu every
State lu the I'ulon and in Canada. Addrel
O. A. SNOW CO.,
Oppoilte Patent Oflloe. Waahlnrtou D. C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Ultfhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY . MORNING. MARCH 20. 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 230.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlie Only Lino Running Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Makine: DI
RECT COXNKCTIOX with
Tiuisa Leave Caibo:
M:0Jti in. Mull.
Arriving In St. Louis : a.m. : Cblrao.8::K) p.m. j
ConiieclinK at Odin aud fc!tlnliam for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Iudlauapolia aud puluta Kas:.
11:15 a.m. Ht. IaiuIh unci Watcrn
Counectiui; at bt. Louis for all point! West.
3:;jO p.m. TVist Kxprcaa.
For St. Louis and fblcajfo. arriving al St. I.oula
19:1.1 p.m., and C blcauor.'Ja.m.
'l;'-'0 p.m.f 'iriciiinrtti J0xt1'ONS.
Arrlvlns at Cincinnati 7:15 a m.; Louisville 7:)
a m.: Indinimtiolis :m a.m. Passengers bv
Hub train reai h the above point lli to lid
IIUL'RS !u advuuee of any other route.
Fust Timo Kast.
Til 011 ,,v ,ni" "u" K through to Kt.
i-l'l.l , rn points without any delay
caused by Suuday intcrveulm;. The Saturday after
noon tram from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
moiiilnirnl ::n. Thirty-six bouraiu advance of
any other route,
fI'or throiifh tbkctsnnd further information,
apply at Illinois Central liailroud Depot. Cairo.
TICAIXS AMOVE JVT CA1P.O.
J As. JOHNSON.
lieu. P(i'ltl,.-ni AL'ellt. Ill'kel
W. P. JOll.NaON.Geu. Paseng r Al
9:'M p in.
J. II. .(ONES.
(JAUtO t ST. LOUIS R. R.
It. AV. SMITIIKItS. Itcsooivor.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
.CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
lliroosb Express leaves Cairo
Ttrouu'li Express arrives at E. M Louis
Through Express leaves K. St. Louis..,
Tbroueb Exnress arrives at Cairo
MurubvshoruaccjuimodHtktnt.Ave('iMrii 1 -on n m
Mn'pbysboro Acc.arrlves.st Murphysboro 7:Jip.m.
Murphysburu Ace. leaves llurpbvsboro. . . 5:''a.m.
Murphysboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :iSa.m.
The Cairo St Louis Hill Ioad is the on!v all
P.allHuute between l airo and St. Louis under one
management, therefore there are no delavs at
way stations awaiting connection from otber'lines.
cioeand sureroiincctiou" at St. Louis with other
lilies for North. Easi and West
J A. NAl(;i.E.
L. M. JOHNSON.
QHIO tt MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TIME TAI1I.F. OK PAENfiKU TKAINS FHOM
VIMEXM.S (Nov. 110, lsT'J.;
r i itu1 inn
No. i Dny Epr" ( E.xc 'pt sun lay)
' ti Epre i Except Sunday) .. ...
" 4 Mut Express (Daily;
r. twa i:n
No 5 Express (Except Sunday)
" 1 Day Exnres (Except Suud.iv)..,.
" :: Niu'ht Lxpress (Dalfy) .'.
.1 tt f'l . i.w I' M Cnci I..
Ajjent Viiictfuoes . Oen .'Ticket A;'t Cincinnati
1 : Hi p. m.
1 ::'.:, p. m.
. t'.:or a. m.
J:.'iO p. in.
1 :.j a. m.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. tt S. R'v.
i 'uiro 'l'inn Table,
Texas Expres Dally. 2:15 p. m
Connects at 1 liarlcctou for C uluiubus.
Texas Exre! DaiIy S::i."a. m.
AcconiiniMlatkin Dully 1 T::lp, in.
Otllce and Pa-sender Depot No. X, Ohio Levee.
J. C. ZIM.MKK, Ajjenl.
1). Axteli.. Division Stuierlutendeut.
Harpers Young People.
The evils ol sensnllon.nl literature for the votin
are well known, nml the. want of nil antidote baa
loll'.' been felt. This lsnpplled bv IIAHPEll'S
VOl'NO PKUPLK, a beaulifiilly Illustrated weekly
Joiii'iiiil, which is equally devoid of the objectionable
features of seusallounl Juvenile literature and tUat
moriilir.ini; tone nhlcb repels the yoiitbfal reader,
The Vo. times or the Youns People begin with the
first Number, published In November of each year.
When no time lsmuntloned.lt will be understood
that the subscriber wishes to commence witJi the
Number next after the receipt of order.
I1ARPEICS MAGAZINE, Omi War Jl 00
HAMPER'S WEEKLY, ' 4 W
HARPER'S BAZAK, " " 4 00
Thu THREE above tminod publications, Ono
Year .10 00
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t'i.8 will be lurnlshed to every yearly subscriber to
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PkiHH.K llllll II AKOKIIH W I'I'III v u III l .,,! I., u
niblress lor otiu your, cotmiienclnn with tlio rtrst
Number of Ihni'Kit's Wxkki.t for January, t.sso,
on receipt of (J Whir tku lw l'eilvdlcai.
ONE OFTIIE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of the nineteenth cuntnrv. and ona that takes
equal rank wlUi thu Invention of tho telephone,
thuelcctrlc Upland olbur aclentitlc tuarvleaol
thu aio, la that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thla Compound posans the most remarkable
Ilealiflu Properties of any kaown aueut employ
ed for the purpose of curing
SORES, WOUNDS. CUTS, BRUISES,
Inflamed and ubradud surfHCt-B, and for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
Its cleanslnn propertlea remove all Impurities
that binder thu formation of a healthy flesh, and
thu work of cure cock on in completion with
most Vv ONDEKKUL RAPIDITY. U-t no family
bewllhout a box uf H In tho house. Pbysletaua
extol Its virtues; and thu thu thousands who
have used It, unite iu rocommendlnsj It. Bewaro
Ask 1'or Henry's Carbolic Salve, and take
JOHN F. IIEXRV, CUKRAN & CO.,
(:l) Sole Proprietors,
BARCLAY BROS., wholesale Ajcnta.
"For sinking spells,
fits, dl..iness, palni
tation and low spirits
rely on Hop Bitters."
use Hop Biiters. ami
you will be strong,
healthy aud huppy."
to he stronsr. healthy
and beautiful? Then
use Hop Bitters."
'The greatest appe
tizer, stomach, blood
H!id liver regulator
" Clerifymen, Law
yers, Editors. Bank
ers and Ladles need
Hop Bitters daily."
"Hop Bitter has re
stored to sobriety and
health. perfect wrecks
"Sour stomach, sick
headache, and dizzi
ness. Hop Bitters
cores with a few
"S.VD will bo paid
for a rase that Hop
Hitters will not cuic
or help "
"Hop Bitters builds
up, strengthen and
from the first dose."
complaints of a I'l
cured by Hop Bitters.
Hoi1 Coruu C'it.r Is
the sweetest, safest
and best. Askchil
dreii. The Hop Pad for
stomach. Liver and
Kidneys is superior
to all others. Ask
D.I .C. Is an absolute
aud Irresistable cure
for drunkenness, use
of opium, tobacco
All above sold bv
drusnists. Hop Bit
Co., Rochester, N. Y.
THE DAILY BI I.LKTIX.
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If paid Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 48 Column 8 Pajre Paper
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To CLUBS of FIVE or MORE,
$1.50 per Year.
BEjANK BOOK WORK
Of all Kind".
STEAM JOH OFFICE
A ll Kinds of J'ob"Work
Estimates furnished arui orders from
abroad promptly attended to
Two-Sheet, Full .Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters ami
Piourunimes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heiuls, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bill i Lailingr, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding- Invitations, Book Work'
Etc, . Etc., Etc., Etc.
Onlv the I JEST STOCK in
tho Market Used.
Address nil Communications to E. A.
BURNETT, Cairo, Illinois.
IS ..VD-A-l'T-KIJ If'OK
DlHcaten which are produced by Loas of Norvoua
1'owor, coiiitoquent Muscular Rclaxatluu, vU:
Consumption. Bronchitis, Asthma,
Wlim)piiiff Coiifth, -Aphonia, Couh,
Nervousness, Mental Depression,
Neuralffia, Epileptic Fits,
St. Vitus Dance, Nervous Debility,
Chronic Diarrhoea, Leucorrhu'a,
Fever and Aarue, Marasmus,
Dysjiopsia, Dyptheretic Prostration,
Interrupted and Feeble Action
of the Ueart.
'ji'.tetre Produced by vrlaxlDS tho Mind, by
uriei ur AUAinj. dt nnjiui itrowin, y cuiki
baenii''. by Iimulllcleut NourichmeDt, by
J(eldi-rico in Hot Climates or Unhealthy
I.oculiticn, by ExpuKen, or by any
lrrt'xulaniuft of Life.
An endless chain of fond cirucM In formed by
Ffllowa' Compound Syrup of Hypophoxphltes;
and wo arc fafu In cayliiK, from along experience
in r.ied!oin. Its virtues are not. possessed by anv
otber coinliiiintloii. Note He. suspicious of per
sons who recommend any other article as "just as
(rood." though healing a similar name, and of thoso
who oft'er the cheaper priced article. tT"It Is only
the Independent, well-posted aud unselUsh phvsf
duns who can ufford to prescribe this remedy. Ex
perience has proved this. The highest class medi
cal men In every Urfo city, where it is known, rec
onimeud It. SOLI) BV ALL MU'GUISTS. i
PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
TITTT' "PTI T Ql Tctt has succeed
1 U I 1 O J IIiliO,.d iu comliiniue in thesn
iii;ls the heretofore an
CUKE SIC K IIEADACI1
CUKE JfEVEUand A?u
CUKE BILIOUS C LIC
CUKE TOIil'It) LIVEK
asonlstlc (juaHti.-s-of &
and a Purilyiuir Tonic.
l netr nret apparent ef-
tect is to incrase ttie ap
petite by causing the
!ood to properly ass ml
iute. Thus thesvstem la
Noiirisherl. and by their
iorio action on the diires
rive oreans, reirular aud
healthy evacuations are
The ruuta tv w th
which the persons take
n flesh while under the
Influence of these pills
indicates meir ailupta
unity to no'.irtsn the noil
y, hence their efficacy iu
unni; nervous nenuiiv.
waslinv! of the muscles
iuireishnese of the liver,
hronic constipation. and
imparting health and
trenirtn to the system
PRICE 25 CENTS.
M Murray Street.
i r v
SOU GOUT i
ACUTE OR CHRONIC
Munufaclurediouly urder the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. I'ermiinent cure
Guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celchra.
led I'liyslclans of Europe and America, liecomina a
Statde,' Harmless and Reliable Remedy ou both
continents. The highest Medical Academy of
Pans reiiorts !i." cures out of lm) case within three
days. Secret The only dlssolver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists In the Blood of Rheumatic
and (iotitv Patients. SI a box: fl lioxes or r
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. on by all liruiryists. Artdress
WASIILiUKN & CO.,
Only I in port Mrs' Depot SI 3 Broadway, N, Y
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and DrujjglsH
QAIRO CTT FERRY CO.
THREE isul STATES
On and after Monday. June Hi. tlio boat w ill make
the following trips:
I.BATRS I.EWKS t.RAVKS
Foot Fourth st Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
S a. ni, 8:Wu.n. (I a. m.
10 a. 10::) a. in. 11 a.m.
S p. m. t:m p. m. M p. m.
4 p.m. 4:W) p.m. n p. in
i p. m. a::) p.m. 3 p. ni
WOOD AN D COAL.
Q AV. WHEELER,
Dealer In all kinds of
Co I'd Wood. Stove Wood,
LIVER 1001. OUAW.
Liverpool, Marcli 19, 2 p. m.
Wheat quiet aud steady Winter,
lis 2dlls lOd; Spring, 10s 10dlls4d;
California, average, 10s 8dll3 3d; Cali
fornia club, Ils2dllg9d. Corn New
firmer 63 10d0a Id.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New Y'ork, March 18, 12:10 m.
Wheatirregular No. 2 Chicugo, $1 38
1 40; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 41
143; Red Winter, fl 40 1 48; No.
2 Red Winter, $l4l; No. 2 Amber.nom'l;
Corn - quiet No. 2, 59.
Chicago, March 19, 10:00 a. m.
Wheat May, II 18; April, fl V,.
Pork May, 10 75; April, 10 80.
Oats -May, 23.
Corn May. 38,' .
CurcAOO, March 19, 3:05 r. ji.
Corn May, 38?8'.
Outs May, 32?.(;
Pork May,f 10 05.
Wheat-May, 1 18?8'; April, 1 18j4'.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
tobacco factories rcrned.
Lynchucru, V'a., March 18. The to
bacco factories of Wood & Co., Flood &
Smith and Hancock &, Moorman burned.
Loss from (J0.000 or 70,000. Insurance
Mendota, 111., March 13. Fire last
night destroyed the Chicago Ivory Button
manufactory together with an adjoining
soda water factory and two dwellings mak
ing a total loss of 20,000; insured for
BIG MUDDY COAL
A resignation tendered.
New York, Marcli 18. The resignation
of Cyrus W. Field as president of the Wa
bash, St. Louis and Pacific railroad was
tendered to-day. Mr. Field urges that
the recent consolidation of the road has
brought wit'i it arduous duties that are
likely to increase rather than diminish, nnd
this with the pressure of other duties leads
him to the utep he has taken. - A surccssor.
lis not been named, but it is said that Mr.
A. L. Hopkins, now vice-president, will be
made president, and that the duties of the
first vice-president will be simply nominal
and will be performed by Sidney Dillon.
MAN FATALLY SHOT AT MEMPHIS.
Memphis, Tenn., March 18. This morn
ing at 2 o'clock, William Sliuttleworth,
painter, residing in Irving block, was
awakened by hearing some one walking in
his bed room, and grasping a pistol, called
out, "Who is there?"' Failing to get a re
sponse lie fired at an object in the corner
of the room, which proved to be a burglar,
who fled down stairs pursued by Sliuttle
worth, who fired two more shots at the flee
ing thief. Nothing more was heard of the
affair until this morning at 10 o'clock, when
the police were notified that Joe Costello, a
young man hailing from Bowling Green,
Ky., was suffering from a pitsol shot which
had passed clean through his right chest.
Investigation proved that he was the man
shot by Sliuttleworth and had run to his
boarding house six squares distant without
knowing the ball had struck. Costello
t ame originally from Canada. He is at the
city hospital and will probably die.
"As Old Physician's Advice." fonndm
colds, asthma and other pulmonary affec
tions snoum uo looKeti to ami promptly
treated in time and thus all serious results
may lie avoided, and for this purpose we
know of uo better remedy than Dr.
Swftvne's ('oimmttnd Svrtin of Wild f 'li..i.
ry." The first dose gives relief, and it is
... n .1, .... .1. !
ami: luiuie un. nmni ,:wiu ur cuull IU H
very snort tune. I ry a 25 cent bottle and
be convinced, nnd you will thus ivoid a
dortorV bill, and most likclv n Hpvimw kih.1I
of sickness. Price 25 cents and 1 per bot
tle, or six bottles $5. Tlie luriro size is Hm
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swayne
a Son, u;ju iNortn itli street, riiiladol-
piua. soiit ny ail prominent druggists.
BAD XEWS FOR MR. SHERMAN.
John Sherman will be astonished wlum
lie loams that tho Republican officeholders
in Georgia do not control a single colored
vote. Under similar circumstances Blaine
wotild have a fit. but John has discovered
that temporary disease is not tlio ablest
method of dealing with adversity.
It wam a Frenchman' who
said that "a lonir and careful
scrutiny of mankind had convinced
him that most men wero mortal." Still wo
are of one opinion that the frenuent ami
judicious use of Mott's Vegetablo Liver
puis wouui lenu to Keep tlie system iu
good repair ami prolong life beyond tho
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Wasbinirton aud
A New Method in Medicine. By this
new method every sick person can get a
package of tho dry vegetablo compound,
Kidney-Wort, and prepare for themselves
six quarts of tuedicino. It is a specific
euro for kidney disease, liver comitlaiut.
constipation nnd piles, and a grand tonic
AMERICAN COTTON GOODS.
t) . , a
The sudden rise in cotton temporarily
checked tho transportation of American
cotton fabrics, but there are already to be
discovered indications of a eeneral renewal
of the trade. Tho American goods, oncr
placed in foreign markets, cannot b dis
lodged by British competition, for our fab-
im are more nonesuy maue ana command
the trade of buyers looking for quality and
Many persons keep Carter's Little Liver
pills on hand and take them to prevent
bilious attacks, sick headache, etc., and find
them just what they need.
UNAPPTlKPTATP.n pt?a Nirwi'aa
Ex-Senator Henderson, of Missouri, in
dulged in plain talk about tho rascals
around Grant during the second term, and
his frankness was not appreciated by the
great general. The ex-senator made a few
...... t. . . ci.. r f . .
icuiaiiis .a oi. liouts a iew evenings Bince.
Mrs. Wixulow'b Soothing Syrup.
Rev. Kytvanus Cobb thus writes in the Bos -ton
Christian Freeman: We would by no
means recommend any kind ot medicine
which we did not know to bo good partic
ularly for infants. But of Mrs. Wiuslow's
Soothing Syrup we can speak from knowl
edge; in our own family it has proved a
blessing indeed, by giving an infant
troubled with colic pains, quiet sleep, and
the parents unbroken rest at night. Most
parents can appreciate these blessings.
Here is an article which works to perfec
tion, and which is harmless; for the sleep
wl.ich it atlbrds the infant is perfectly nat
ural, and the little cherub awakes as
"blight as a button." And during the
process of teething, its value is incalcula
ble. We have frequently heard mothers
say that they would not be without it from
the birth of the child till it has finished
with the teething siege, on any considera
tion whatever. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle.
MEANING CONKLING AND SUOI.
Albany Evening Journal.
The people are getting tired of this sort
of political imperials!), and are everywhere
admonishing these men that the must either
evince greater modesty and wisdom in
their leadership, or prepare to endure the
mortification of defeat.
Catarrh ok the Bladder Cured.
Henrietta, Monroe Co., N. Y., Jan. 5, 1880.
H. H. Wauner & Co.:-Gentlemen:
I am a mau 07 years of age, have lived in
Monroe county, N. Y., most of my life, and
believe there is no man of my acqnintance
who would doubt iny statement I might
make. I have been a terrible sufferer of
catarrh ot the bladder for years. Hearing
of a number of cures from the use of your
remedy, and after taking a few bottles of
your Safe Kidney nnd Liver cure, I was not
only relieved, but found myself cured.
, Atlanta Constitution,
During the past two years only one gun
has gone off in Cincinnati, and yet there
have been as many people murdered iu that
state as in Kentucky and Texas; but they
were niee, quiet moral murders.
"Old Reliable." There are many re
puted remedies for that very prevalent dis
ease, Chronic Nasal Catarrh, but none
which have given general satisfaction and
becom acknowledged standard preparations
except DrSage's Catarrh Remedy. It con
tinues to enjoy an unprecedented popular
ity. This reputation has been earned
through the permanent cures which it ha9
wrought, having proved itself a specific in
the worst forms of the disease. In fact so
reliable is it that its former proprietor of
fered through all the newspapers ot tlio
land a reward of 500 for a case of catarrh
that it would not cure. Sold by druggists.
A. Good Housewife. The good house
wife, when she is giving her house its
spring renovating, shold bear in miud that
the dear inmates of her house aro more
precious than manv houses, and that their
system needs cleansing by purifying the
otooa, regulating tlio stomach and bowels
to prevent and cure the discuses nrisino-
from spring malaria and miasma, aud she
must know that there is nothing that will
do it so perfectly and surely as Hon Biters.
the purest and best of medicines. Concord
jn. ii. ratriot.
Pleasant Hill, Miss., July 5, 1879.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 59 John St., New
I pray God that you may be
spared many years to relieve
others as you have me aud my child. I
have been takiiiL' medieinc. almost ilnik- '
, o ' J 1
tor tuirteen years with scarcely any benefit,
until the "Constitution Water" was brought
to IllV not iff. I have nttindid In niv
household duties the past week, for.the first
timo in three months, the past month was
tho first month that I have ecaped my se
vere sick head-spells. I take great pleas
ure in recommending "Constitution Water"
to all my suffei iug friends. Very respect
tnlly, Mrs. M. A. Staten.
Ask your druggist for it. , .
Brown's Household Tanacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken tlio blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
ami thereby moro certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute,, than any other
paiu alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in tho side, hack or bowel,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, nnd is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea m n tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed timo, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
Much Sickness, undoubtedly with cldl
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comflta,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destrovinor worms, can da nn nnauiltla In.
jury to the most delicate child. This val-
uiioie comoination lias been successfully
used by physicians, and found to be abo-
llltely SUra 111 rrndirHnr vnrma on hurtful
to children. Twcuty-fiio cents a box.