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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, AfRIL 1, 1880.
J llnMmi'h rr ! til tin iinMUheri for
pott one In-criloii:.! lim.M reuU; 1 week, P.U;
month, I .Mi; 8 mouth without ruaniiu, 11
louotb. KuH additional line, prorata,
Cut or two nleai-aiit furnii'hed roonu, on fecund
floor, with or without board Impure, corner of
Wabtnttou Avenue ana nvruueiu etrvci, oppouo
An order (rood for l(i. If" applied on any myle
flrit-cU Meurtleaabou Flano. Will be itolu low.
Apply at tlil oltlcc.
Mr. L. . I Byrne can accommodate a few day
bonder, aleo bourn and room for two. l'rloe very
low. Apply l her bonne next to the Catholic
church on waftiiingmn avenue.
yf II. MARE AN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office 140 C. amerelal avanue. lienideuce corner
hourti eulh M. and WashliitfUm avenue, tairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
orncE-No. l ie Commercial Avenue, between
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
D E N T 1 S T .
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE! : With the Widow' and Oorpnatifs' Mil-
Hal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load? a Specialty.
o k k i c i: :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
YOCUM & I'RODERIUK,
Washington Avenue, Coi
O All tO. - - I L LS.
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. V. HALL! DAY. President.
H. L. HALLIDAY. VIn-I'resi.leiil.
THOS W. HALLIDAY, Cn-airr.
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U. II. CANDKK.
Exchange, Coin und United States Bonds
IlOtOIlT AND HOLD.
Doi..inlt(irerelved and a t-em-ral lnukiuir bit
conducteit. ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Coniinerfial Aveiuie and Eighth Slrcct,
V rlii'i. I'reUli.it
I'. Nkkc Vle.'r"irletit.
11. W(I,H, Ca)ir.
T. .1 Ki.inn, A"iint,t I'mlm r.
K. Bri). Cairn: SVl.lium Kln v. Calm-
'ctr Ned, ( alio; William Wi,U. cainc '
V "l.'rlol).( niro; II I.. I'.:llii,-1.. . st. i.onlH-.
i. Buoer. Cuim; .1. Y. cieunxm, Cuieilonlii;
A OUNERAL IIANKINC. llCslNESS DON K.
T?X('I!AN.E n,Ul unii lioulit
iiiti ri -i i!iii in
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a J tn rHvm:.- Hi.irlinciit Coll..,.i:,,i,:
und all htiHiiicM prompt!) :ii teml i (.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mautila' tmci ol and Dealer IdAIu
TIN, COPPER &, SiiKET-IRON WARE
tVAU.KlHUf or jun wont; MUM T0 ulllllRi.)
.' NO. 27, F.KillTII STREET. '
THE DAILY BIJTJiETIN.
Qu.. Ifominff Daily illSOUtllOrtl IllinOl-.
KXTF.1JED AT THE POST OFFICE IX CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
' Skinai Orrioi.
Cairo, 111.. March 31, Itw).
Time. liar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
6 am ao.iu
7 " I'l.lli
Maximum Temperature. Iii s ; Minimum Tutu-
pemtnre,. 47': Rainfall 0 flu Inch .
Hirer 18 roe II luchea.
W. n. RAY.
Sera't Slirnal Corns, L'. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. John Major is prepared to lurnish
all kinds of new wagons and buggies on
credit, on approved paper or very low for
FOR SALE CHEAP, .
the f0uowing machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 21 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke.
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut off saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bud posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes; three Emery wheels.mounted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
Mr. John Major has now on hand a
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 haud buggies
very cheap for cash or approved paper. Go
anil see them.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Tin: grand Operatic concert, to be given
at Atheiieun, Tuesday, April (tth, by Men
dlessohn Quartette, will lie the grand event
of the season in Cairo.
Jacob Kiine desires the public to know
that he has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, cups, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be filled without delay.
Mr. Chas. Shoeumeyer, proprietor of the
Germania house, situated at the junction
ot Poplar aud Tenth streets and Wash
intgoii avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
boarders at reasonable, rates. Tin;
table is first class, containing always the
best the season n fiords, ami the general ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by any private boarding house in the city.
General repairing ot carnages and bug
gies. io to John Mapir, J with street, Cairo,
ITBLIC NOTICE. ,
Cairo. Ills., March 2-"i, lS-'O.
Public notice is hereby given to dcpo.i-
tl" il!" ,t!l,,,'-i tll:lt-'"' -'""1 !'ter Mao
ist, 10, the rate of interest allowed and
paid by the Enterprise Savings lank will
be four () per cear. per annum on all de
posits, under the rules and regulations of
said bank, until further notice.
By order of t!i" Board of Directors.
Tuos. W. II.U.UPAY,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Mi.i.f.. Apklaiha Tai'.kli.i. the local
wip'anu; Jennie Mendlessohn, tin world
renown 'd contrails; George Gale, tha
favorite twior, and Tint T. Bush, the great
est of nil bassos, will positively opuear at
the grand operatic conceit given by the
Meiidlessohn tjaartct'e at Atheiieun, Tues
day, April (Itli.
Wasted.- -Two good journeymen tailors
None but the best need apply.
Ohio Levee, between Second ami Fourth
AN No IN CEMENT.
Win. Eiehholl' announce himself, not as a
candidate, not being delivered from all
evils, but being delivered from those un
principled sharks that in vain sought his
ruin, and the gentleman with Ids untiring
movement has now rest. He has not only
bullied the legal Ir.iternity aild worked
succes-lully as tigwit the last two years,
thereby keeping the wolf at bay. but he
oilers a reward of fiiil.) for miy bill that he
cannot duplicate at St. Louis, Chicago or
Cincinnati prices. It will be read
with pleasure by his many friends ami
patrons that he has secured the "Hamilton
building," and his immense, stock of goods
will be removed from the factory ami dis
played in his new place, on first of April,
ami sold at rock bottom prices.
Tin; Voltaic Rf.lt Co., Marshall.
M K'li. -Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic. Belts to the allllcted Upon !!0 days
trial. .Speedy cures ifUHianieed. They
menu what they say. Wiite to them with
SEE YOl'RSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU
It you want a perfect, natural find life
like picture? of yourself or friend in India
ink and water colors, alliumen ink or oil
on carcass, give Lightfoot & Sholton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Slites', Seventh street.
Thf. "Active" cooking stove, tho best
ever brought to this market. Call nnd see
it, at Davidson's.
The Mendlcsshon Quartette and Operatic
concert troupe are pronounced by press and
public, the finest organization on the road.
Atheneum, Tuesday, April (1th.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
St. Jacob's Oil cures the gout.
Wake up! Only two days more in
which to pay taxes without additional cost.
Persons desirous of renting pleasant
furnished rooms, with or without board
should consult our 25 cent advertising
The public school examinations wrre
continued, yesterday, with much credit to
the pupils and teachers, aud to the entire
satisfaction of the friends of the school, in
attendance. The examination to-day and
to-morrow will be restricted to the Iliyh
The celebrated Mendelssohn Quartette
will visit Cairo next Tuesday. The quar
tette is composed of acknowledged masters
in vocal music, nnd promise our people a
real feast of sweet sounds. Further refer
ence to the troupe's coming can be found
The Temperance Reform club will
elect officers, for the ensuing year, to-morrow
evening. It would be only at fitting
recognition of Mr. Fisher's zeal and ability
to re-elect him to the presidency, without
any regard to his individual preferences in
Policeman Schtickers found one Foster
White in Sackburger's cellar, night before
last, drunk aud noisy, and cahtboosing him
lor the night, brought him before Squire
Robinson, yesterday, who meted out justice
to the offender in a sentence of eight days
in the city prison.
One Emma Smith, a colored damsel,
was lined and costs by Sipiire Robinson,
yesteniay. Nie had Decome enraged at
"her man," and gave him a sufficiently
vigorous tongue-lashing to last a man of
average endurance a whole season. The
arrest was made by Officer Wims.
The ordinarily quiet city ol Springfield
is enjoying a sensation. On Sunday
morning last, a marriud man named Patrick
Fcnton, seized a sledge hammer nnd
brained his wife with it. The details are
few and simple; but the Springfield papers
are so employing them us to feed a tre
mendous appetite for the horrible.
The police cases unreported yesterday
wwe tho... of the City vs. Mike Sullivan,
loj drunkenness and disorderly conduct,
lie was lined and paid f". John Mc.Ma
taiua was fined $ j for the same offence.
The former case was tried before Squire
Osborn. und the latter before Squire Robin
son. I he arrests were made by Olheer
Mr. II. B. Simmons, advanc? agent of
the "Mendelsshoii Quartette" was in the
city yesterday arranging for the gruml
operatic concert to be given by that com
pany, in the Atheneum Tuesday evening,
Api'il !th. This is one of the finest organi
zations, i s) pronounced by press and pub
licum tho road, und will undoubtedly be
gieeted by. a crowded house.
If there is any reason why the broken
Hag poll- in the custom house yard, shall
cumber the ground, or th new flag pole,
lying prone upon the earth, shall continue
to cucumber it. we are not informed of the
reason. l'nle-s the new pole is erected
soon, it may not be in readiness to use, in
the event of Giant's, Blaine's or any other
linn's nomination by the Chicago conven
tion. The river having declined to u point
'!!i feet i inches above low water mark, it is
believed that the sewers can be opened to
day, It will require about ten days, or
probably mop', to drain out the present ac
cumulation ol sipe-watei, ami the draining
process will not be commenced a dav too
noon. The water would hooii become very
obnoxious to the public health.
- Mr. William Eichhofi', agent, etc., was
engaged, yesterday, removing his stock of
furniture from his factory to the Hamilton
building, next door to the corner of Sixth
and Commercial. The building was erec
ted for use as a furr.ilurc sales room, and is
certainly admirably adapted for such a
bushier. In a day or two Mr. Eichholf
will be fully "st might ete.'d out" ami ready
-An old negro man, named Shack, is
housed iu a miserable hovel, near the in
cline, and from all accounts, is suH'ering
greatly from his multiplied infirmities,
hunger and neglect. He is, as old Doc
Dillon was, much given to huge fires, ami
mid that he will meet the old Doctor's fate
is a fear generally entertained by (hose ac
quainted with his condition und surround
ings. We have been especially requested
to cull the attention of the overseer of th
poor to the case.
- In accordanee with a rule of (he kit
v'e'e that permits tt signal officer to remain
In one locality only two years, Mr. Ray will
leave Cairo in July next. While our peo
pie will part with him regretfully, they are
pleased with the probability that Mr. Muel
ler will be his successor. Just why the
powers in control of the signal servico en
force bi ennial changes, wo do not know.
If the purpose Le to render the officers un
desirable "catches" for the girls, the thing
is as big a failure as Hayes' civil service.
Chris. Ilanny was abroad again yester
day, uot fully restored to his usual vigor;
but presenting evidence of steady improve
ment. About the greatest difficulty with
which he has to contend is his unconquer
able impatience for a full and quick restor
ation to his usual health. As nature's pro
cesses are rather slow, Chrissy will find
"patience" the very medicine his case calls
for. Wc are not iu the habit of taking it
ourselves, but that fact detracts nothing
from tho value of the prescription. .
Mr. F. Weber Benton, present I esse
..e i. r i i . ,
oi wit- .uuriii rysooro ana Anna opera
houses, will bring a select troupe to CV iro.
next week, with a view of presenting the
thrilling and pathetic drama of "Uncle
Tom's Cabin." The revival of this drama
has aroused a most wonderful interest
everywhere; ami with the appropriate
scenery and wardrodes he controls, Mr.
Benton promises that ils reproduction in
Cairo shall deserve all the praise that has
been so lavishly bestowed t'pon it else-
Mr. Furgeson, one of the carpenters
engaged in the construction and repair of
sidewalks, receive an injury, the other day,
that may confine him to his house for sever
weeks to come. lie was in the act of saw
ing a streamer, and the piece he was sepera-
tiug from the main timber not being firmly
held by his assistant, fell directly on his
left instep. Mr. F. gave the matter little
thought at first, but two hours later the
foot give him such intense pain that he
fainted away from the intensity of it. By
the time he was removed to bis home the
loot had assumed a purple hue and was
much swollen. It is still the cause of great
pain, is badly inflamed and may yet neces
sitate a resort to extreme measures.
-A large party of emigrants, direct'from
Lucerne and Basel, Switzerland, arrived
over the Cairo &i Vincennes railroad, from
Chicago yesterday morning, and went to
their destination, tit Okeun, a station on the
Iron Mountain road, in the afternoon. They
say the past winter was one of ftlmo-t
unparalleled seventy, iu Switzerland,
and that in consequence of the partial fail
ure of the crops last season, many people
are reduced to extreme poverty. The de
sire to emmigrate t America, therefore, is
wide-spread, aud many will soon follow
this advance party. They were of the bet
ter class of people. all of
them being educated, and some
ot them speaking two or three
languages. They knew all about Cairo,
but were surprised at the width and rupid-
..c ,1... .t.:.. i- i : i. i , I
ii iu i in- viiio. i. pon oeing asKeij wnai
had made the strongest impression upon
them iu America so far, one of them an
swered the elevated railroad in New York
and the elevated sidewalks in Cairo.
We have frequently inveighed against
the permission that seems to be accorded
to the boys of Cairo to use at will, about
the city, those infernal and dangerous con
trivances known as Sling-shots." That the
projectiles hurled from these slings are ca
pable of great mischief, we have repeated
ly shown, and proof in point is the follow
ing, which we clip from the Gazette, pub
lished in the neighboring town of Dyers
burg, Tennessee: "Little Wren Watkius
has lost an eye by the use of a sling-shot."
There are numerous boys, both white and
black, about town who have provided
themselves with dangeroul rubberr"sg-
snots ami mcy are in liie iiaoitor n . ;iw?
around all parts of town anil
themselves by slinging buckslibS .lii.hnii,
etc., at birds, hogs, chickens oiiv w"'!
else that oilers a tempting mark jJ'" "ct.
The other day one of them "went' origin the
hands of a playmate and landed in Wren's
eye, and the loss of sight is the penalty.
They are an infernal machine ami their use
should be prohibited by the corporate au
thorities, In the meantime, every teacher
and parent should make it a penal oll'ens::
for boys under their control to be caught
with one, or more eyes will be lost. Let
rtlie dangerous nuisaneu be abated at once."
The lloats and boats improvised for use
on the sipe-wator are of cuiious, quaint and
unseemly shape, and some of them so in
fernally contrary that they persist in lioat
ingon their sides or bottom upwards. We
watched a la 1 yesterday lull twenty min
utes before we were able to determine
whether l.e was supported by a iKit at all,
or whether he was aeutually riding on his
coat tails. The gunwale upon which he
was seated, was at an exact level with the
surface ot the water, nnd seemed to him
an entirely satisfactory compro
mise between llronting and going to the'
bottom, Of course dozens of youngsters
make narrow escapes from drowning every
day; and the wonder is that we are not
often called upon t.i chronicle catasb'ophes
ol thai character. Voungstws from eight
to ten years of age, who are supposed to be
at school, spend their six or eight hours a
day, huzimling their lives on the sipe-water.
Parents who are morally certain that their
little "Jimmies" und "Clarences" nf.vf.r
deceive them, might undeceive themselves
by taking un occasional stroll on thu mar
gin of our so-called "periodical accumula
"It is a matter of astonishment to me,"
remarked a big-hearted Irishman, in our
presence, yesterday, "that with so many
religious, social, humane und charitable
societies h Cairo, there is not one to inter
fere to save the poor dumb beasts of burden
among us from hn cruelties ot slow starva
tion und the worse than beastly severity of
blows that are showered upon them opon
the slighest pretext." We could only share
the good-hearted fellow's astonishment. It
is not only ' u matter of astonishment,
but it is discreditable to our people
that we have not an individual
citizen, much less an organization of men
aud women, who chooses to enforce the law
against tho human brutes who belabor with
clubs aud loaded whip handles, their ex
hausted, over-loaded or half-starved mules,
horses or oxen. Wc ussume tha'. in no city,
outside ot the southern stutes, are dumb
brutes beaten and abused as mercilessly as
they are in Cairo. It is not an uncommon
thing to see a great, brawny-armed man,
beating with a bludgeon an ver-loaded
animal, lying prone iu the mire iu which it
stalled, and, so exhausted that it has not
strength enough to rise to its feet, much
less to draw out the load to which it owes
its exhaustion. Only a few days ago we
referred to a case of precisely this charac
ter. But such sights are common to all our
people. They may be seen in every part of
the city, during the season of muddy
streets, and for miles around in the coun
try. Most men, iu dealing with their do
mestic animals, seem to be possessed of
devils; and to the work of making those
devils an expensive thing to har
bor, our better class ol people
should lend themselves at once. To any
man, woman or association of cither or
both, who will organize a raid upon the
i-iumo-animal beaters of the city and
neighborhood, Thk Bi li.ktin now and here
promises a support that shall prove both
earnest and effective . The law is ample
for the protection of domestic animals, and
provides ample penalties. The need of the
hour is somebody or some soc iety to enforce
the infliction of the penalties, promptly
THE SIPHON PROJECT AGAIN.
Excuse my misspelling the word siphon;
and yuu will please take notice that your
compositor makes me sav that the water
would be "often" above the top of the
reservoir. This must be a typographical
error, as I do not think it would occur
While o the subject allow me to add
that a fall ot four to six inches per mile
would answer for drainage to the main
reservoir. Probably, for drainage of the
lowest ground, to h deeper reservoir ot a
greater descent, would be necessary, to se
cure head lor a hydraulic rum to lift the
outwits of the lower reservoir to that of
the larger or upper one. Tins provision is
in case the level of the lower or deejH-r res
ervoir should be too huv for siphons to hi t
us discharging pipes: or require the pipes
to be carried so far south, as to mak-; the
loug ami of the siphon rather expen-ive.
OCR KI.UI t'oi-.SI'OMKNT l l.i.t.s I 0-ori.KA-Tlo.
OK KKFoRT AM) 1'I HlMsK As A i, HAND
KsSI-.NTI Al. TO SCC( Kss, AND I'iiMMI'SH A'lK.s
a ih;i;kt ok kud local nkws.
To toe Kilitur of the lialletiu:
The Easter storm is over; the hih winds
that prevail for twenty-four hours, begin
ing at 4 a. m. Saturday, have subsided, ami
Monday morning the sun arose bright and
clear, and everything in nature is lovely in
the extreme around Elco. All nature seems
to smile, and tin: beautiful valley
iu which the village is situ
ated is dotted with the green fields
and meadows. while the high
bills on every side are beginning to
shower forth the beautiful verdure of spring.
Only a few things seem f.ud to
the success ofour town and vicinity: Fir.it,
a want of energy ami enterprise; and sec
ond, a lack of co-operation on the part of
the citizens generally. Tney look upon co
operative effort as experimental, unmindful
of the fact that this principle applied, al
ways did nml always will succeed. No
other medicine for the sick from indigence
has i such strong warrant in history as co
operation. That it has fiequently failed in
this country is due. in some instances, to
the absenw of any real necessity for ils
success; and iu others to the absence of
wisdom in directing its application. Co
operation may touch many sides of indus
trial life and absorb its functions to a great
er or less degree: to adjust its machinery so
as to meet the capacities as well us the
needs of the individual, is the point of dif
ficulty, which trows less, of course, in ex
act ratio to the general dill'usion of know l
edge, and the desire for that measure of
tho world's goods only which sutliceth for
all reasonable creature comforts; audit is a
fact that needs no question for its truthful
ness, that without co-operation nothing will
succeed; but obstructions to progress and
enterprise will sooner or later bo removed
in Elco. If a man engages iu nu enter
prise and starts on the road to prosperity,
and some of his neighbors envy his success
nml begiu to throw obstacles in that man's
way, that man will have a hard pull to
reach thu summit. Peoplo ought to know
and see ut u very slight glance, thut il any
kind of an enterprise succeeds in a commu
nity, thut the whole community is benefit
ted; and we hope your matiy readers will
think of this matter, and ponder it well,
and look to the interests of their ueighbors,
that all may prosper, aud not read some of
the rough sayings that some times go from
this place to tho Argus-Jotirnul. Wc don't
mind a little gossip; but don't think it pru
dent to pick up every little flimsy ruuwr;
but wo will always bo pleased to read the
solid news about matters of interest. Of
course when the town has been raided and
the raiders have been repulsed as has
really been the case, it is all right to mako
S. Briley has resigned the postmasteruhip
and G. C. Jameson has been appointed Ids
Dr. J. W. Brigman is still accumulating
wealth iu the way of real estate, or rather
concentrating his wealth as we have already
Our village is taking a start to
improve in spite of all the obstacles we are
bound to contend with.
The railroad company is making ar
rangements, as we have learned, to build
I tour depot buildings along its line, ami we
hope one of them will be at this point, as
Elco needs one more than any station we
know of along the whole line, as we learn
from the agent here that this place does
more business than any other station south
Durham A Cauble arc running their saw
mill on full time. We wish them succes,.
It is now, as usual, a dull tune for doc
tors, und wo hope that they may uhvav fe
us lucky as now.
No headway is being made toward tho
completion of the church. We feel in
clined to ask what is the matterf It must
be a lack of energy somewhere. Where is
If the .thoughts her, offeroJ are found
worthy of a place iu your columns, you
will publish them and at some other time
we will give the news, as we think it
worth writing up. Yours truly. Tut no.
I would respectfully inform the public,
that I have furnished rooms in connection
with my office, and am now prepared to
administer the Electric Yupjr and Me lb
fated Baths, to the healthy to keep well, to
the invalid to get well, and I particularly
invite all tho.se who are suffering from
rheumatisms, neuralgias, catarrh-, constipa
tion, diseases of the liver and kidie ys,
uterine ailments, scrofula, syphilis, un 1 all
diseases of the skin, mercurial, malarial,
and lead poisonings etc.. to invo tin....
baths a trial. All the alxwe named dis
eases and many others, too numerous to
mention, yiehi"to this mode ot treatment,
with a beauty and readiness which chal
lenge, alik" the admiration of phvsieun
and patient. These batlis are administwe I
dully, during office hours, to Mb ladies
and gentlemen. A lady will be in atr-nd
ance U wait on the lady pa'.roji..
W. II. Marfan, M D.
DR. W. H. i'l'TT, OF NEW YoRK.
a iitim ti: richly .i.i:nti.
Kind word, cheer the spirit ol the giver
and they should never be withheld when it
is right to evince a dm- appreciation of an
other's mwits; therefore we take this op.
porMiiity to say that there is not a nwie
conscientious or upright man in the country
than the gentleman whose riaine appears at
the head of this article, nor a more reliable
remedial agent than Tint's Pills.
Dr. Tint's long experience in the iiiedital
profession eminently fits him for the respon
sible work of ministering to the wants of
the sick, while his sterling business habits
hav built up one of the largest luatiul'.e -torics
)f special remedies in the world.
The valuable qualities of these medicine,
backed by the doctor's wonderful energy
and tenacity of purpose, have create,! n
world-wide reputation for them, and in a
financial point of view have nccomplidied a
success never before achieved in the po.
pneiary meoicine uusincss.
These few words of kindly appreciation
are cheerfully tendered to a deserving g mi
tleuian and his truly valuable medicines.
Invalids will find Tutt's Pills all they me
repiesented to be, safe and reliable : com
pounded by 'a .scientific and conscientious
physician and indorsed by the medical fac
Brown's IbusKHoi.r) Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer iu the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve paiii,
whether chronic or acute, ihaii any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowels,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should be
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred I, taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 2o cts. a bottle.
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.Mini Sicknkss, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes', is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although etl'ectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found tc be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-Jive cents a box.
Vhiy don't you try Carter's Little Liver
Pills? They are a positive cure for sick
headache, and all the ills produced by dis
Many clergymen who wero obliged to
withdraw from the pulpit on account ol
"Clergyman's Sore Throat," have recovered
by using Fellows' Syrup of Hypophos
phites rind nro preaching again. This
preparation seems peculiarly and wonder
fully adapted to diseases of tho breathing
organs. , '