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THE DAILY. CAIRO BULLETI
TrntFCTfinV I i innn i ro I ....... I I
of tlio leading Imal.u-M liounui whoso advcrtlne
menu may be fuiiud In Tiic Uuixetin.
C O. I'atler J:Co., Commercial avenue ami Nine
U. I). WllMiimnon & Co.
Yocum Hrortiirirk, Wanli. Ave, cor, Eighth.
UeunliJ 4 U'I.oUK'lia, I'oi-lar, cor. Twontiutb.
Dr. J. II. Marfan; otllce, 1 10 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. ('. Jontlyn, Eltflitli nunr Commercial.
Dr. . W. Wbillock, Commercial avenuo.
Jlobt. Smyth, No. to OMo levee.
U. 11. Catnlei'. No.T0Olilolvee(npBtir.
JSmiiuiilu Life, of Sew YorU, coruer Twulltu and
WaHliiHijtoii avuuau. . .. , ...
WIiIdm ami Orphans Mutual Aid Society, bevontti
and Uoiumcrclal avetnie.
J"DRVGUIST3 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Geo. E. O'llara, Elt.uieei.tli and Commercial.
Aloxuvltr County Built. HtU and Commerelal.
City National, Olilo levee.
Cbuniuioa. Three State.,
John Sjuo&t. corner Twelfth and Levee. ,
E (' ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
eskkAL DELIVERY open .:3U a. m.; clofcn
K.1 u : to p.m. ; Sunday : to U a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 . m.; closes
ttAr.)'"b EW Mali via Illlno! Central and
MiaiilKHlppI Central Railroad tloe at H:W p. rn.
Ca'ro and Poplar bluff Through and Way Mall
"Mvfc'niiuoi, Central. Cairo and Yin
ceutie and Mi-e.Mppi Central Kahroadu clof c at
" VVa'y 3fi.:f-r Narrow dative Railroad clote MS
'Cairo ir.d Evanvlllf River Route close at
p. m. dilij' (except Friday).
Mayor-N. R. Thi" lie wood.
Treasurer Edward IW.ouia.
Clerk Di-unl-'. J. Foley.
Coannelor Win. B. Oiibert.
' BOAlll. OF AlOEKKM.
Firct Ward M. J. llowley.
sLnd Ward-David T. Linear, C. H. Wood-
"Third Ward-W. P. Wrl-'ht. Erl Smith.
Fourth Ward-Cbarle O lV.i.-r. James Kyna-ton
Fifth Ward-T. W. Halllday. Ernest b. Fetlit.
Clrnilt .TudL'c-D. J. linker.
Circuit ClftU-J. A. IWves.
l oamy Jud.--R. f- Wum.
County CL-rV-S. J. Huniji
County Attorntiy-w .c. M.'''?; ,
CouuivTn'aur,r Miles . Farker.
Coroner-R. I'lUL'.-ra.G. ;,,,, ,lflV t A
County Comms:iiner-r. . ilaMua). J a.
llt. Mni'l.'l i.ruey.
AFRICAN M. F. Fourteenth stre-t. ''t'-veen
Walnut and Cedar stnvts; services habl.alh U
a. in. and ": p- iu.; Miuday School I : P- m.
CHKISTIAS-EUhtenth street: meeting Sab
bath W:j p. tn. ; preachlnis occasionally.
lirRCH OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
V) Fourteenth street ; Sunday Morning prayer
U-t) a n.; eveuini.' prayers, T :3o p. m.; Sunday
ichool li : a. m. Friday evening prayer , ::) p. m.
-I-MRST MISSIONARY IIAIT1ST CIirRCII
r lTvachlnir at . m.. :1 p. m.. and T : i p. m.
Mt.batb school ut 7:J P- m. Rev. 1. J- Shores,
IirrHERAS-Thlrteenth itr-et; services Sab
j bath 1:: a. m.i Sunday school 3 p. ui. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor. EltMh and Walnut streets:
Frtachln,? Sabbath l'::' a. in. and 7 p.m.:
rrayer meeting. Wednesday 7::i P- m.; Sunday
tchool, 9 a. m. Rev. Whittakor, pastor.
1JUESBYTERI AS Eighth street: preaching on
Sabbath at U :n) a. in. and 7:'p- m.; prayer
mei-ting Wednesilav Bt ?::p.ra.: cunday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. b. Y. (ivorge, pastor.
SECOND FREEWILL HAFTIST FifteeLth
street, between Walnut and Cedar streets; ser
vices Sabb:ah at 3 and 7:30 p. in.
CT JOSEPH'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
k and Walnut str.'ets; services Sabbath 10::ia.
m".; Sunday School at 2 p. m.; Vespers 3 p. ru.; per
T'.ces every day at s p. m.
ST PVTRD'K'S- Roman Cnthollcl Corner Ninth
street and Wabingtiin avenue ; erylw Sab
bath i and M a. m. ; Vespers :) p. m.; Snn.lay Srho.il
Sp.ro.; services every day at a p. in. Rev. . label,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvements
ru old uncs ; for medical or other compounds, trade
murks and labels. Caveats, Assignment. Inter
ferenccs. Appeals. Suits for Infringement, nnd
all caes arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
i.. .....r.t..ii to Inventions that have been
tin i t'l'Pniiv the Patent Oillce may still
iliJ I-iVy 1 Ti 1 1 In most cases, be r!
lis. Ilnlnu opposite tue L . n. nirai nt-iinnim-m,
and encaged In Patent business exclusively
. u. run
mUKe ClOSer PVUI, ..VP, n.l.l r, v. ........ w
promptlv. and with broader claims, than those who
Hre remote from Washington.
1 WIYT. .1? V 'end us a model or sketch of
111 Tiiv 1 UilO your device; wo make ex
aminations and advlsu'a to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, and no charge unless Patent ls securud.
Wo refer In Washington, to lion Postmaster
General I). M. Key, Rev. F. D.Power. The Herman
American National Hank, to ofllcinl In the f. S.
Patent Otllce, and to Senators aud Representatives
In Congress; and especially to our clients tu every
State In the Unlou and in Canada. Addres
O. A. SNOW CO.,
Opposite Patent oiHce. Wnshlneton D. C.
MILL AND COMMISSION'.
. i . ....I. ..j ..! a...,, F.t I'.ltiXltii ti,P,
FLOUR, GRA IX AND HAY
Etltf liest Canh Price Paid for WLeat.
uniunwui.1, JlfclJRAL. MEDICAL.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. II.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tlio Only Line Ruuniiiff Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making DI
RECT CONNECTION witii
Tiutxs Leave Caiiio:
Arriving In St. Louis 9: ir, a.m.; CLica'.'o,::)iT p.m. ;
Connecting ut Odin and KIHngham for Cinciit.
batl, Louisville, Iudiuuapolis aud points Kast.
11:10 u.iri. St. Louis ami "WVhUtu
Connecting at St, Louis for all points West.
!I:0 i.in. Kust Kxprt-Hs.
For St LouU and Chicago, arriving at St. Loula
W:15 p.m., and Chicago 7:4) a.m.
M:U!0 p.m. Cini.'intinti Kxprcsn.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:15 n.m.; Louisdllu 7:i0
a m.; Indlanapulls 4:0') a.m. 1'usseriK. rs by
this train reach the above points It to 3(J
JiOl'RS In advance of any other route.
Fast Time Kast.
iiOll (Vniv ''' lllie tfo through to K:st.
l"t- Ht-1 ern points without uny d.-!av
caused bv Sunday Int. rvi-niiiu'. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives Id new York Monday
morning at lo:;n. Thirty-six hours in advuuee of
any other route,
f"r-'nr through tickets and further information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cuiru.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
Kxpross : :r, p rn.
Accommodation :;;N'i p in.
Mail 4:1.1 a.m.
jas. joiinson. j. n. jonks.
(.en. )oi;ih.-rn Agent. Ticket A sent.
W. p. JOHNhMN.tieu. rasscnger Agent.
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS R. R
II. AV. SMITHKHS, liect-iver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throiit'h Express leaves Cairo ?:45a m.
Throucb Expn-ss arrive at E. St. Louis.. Vmp.m.
Through Kxpre.-s leaves E. St. Louis.... K Mi n.m.
Through Expr.-ss arrives nt Cairo S:lop.ta.
M'lrphysbnro accommodation leave Cairo 1 ::lo p.m.
Vu'physboro Acc.arrives-at Murphysboro 7:.'' p.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leaves Murpbysboro. .. 5:i a.m.
MrpLvsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 :'ij a .tu.
The Cairo St. Louis Rail Road is the only all
Rail Route betweeu Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, then-fore there ar" no delays t
way stations awaiting connections from other iir.es.
Close ami sure connections m St. Louis with other
lines for North, East and West.
J. A. NAUOI.E. L. M. JOHNSON.
Aent. General Manager.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI
TIME TABLE OK P.SKN(;EK TP.AIXS KRUM
VINCEXNES (NtiV. oil, lil'J.)
No. S Day Express i Except Min lay) .. .. 1 : 'VI p. ru.
' ti Epress I Except MUl'lavi 1 .'. p. El.
' 4 Xibt Express (IMilvj t-Jr:J-ti. tn.
.') Express (Except sumlayl l :.. a. r.-..
1 llay Kxt.res (E.vc pt Mindayi i:."i J. m.
" :J Nlgbt Express (Dallyi . 1:
J. R. Ci.auk. C. S. Conk. !;;..
Agent viucennes. (lea. Ticket A,'t Ciu.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. tt S. IV y.
' :- "It
Calro Timp Table.
Texas Express UVilly 2:15 p. n
Connects ut Charleston for Columbus.
Texas Express Pally 0::ra. n.
Accoiiimodiitloii Ibtilyj T:op. in.
Oihce and Passeuger Depot No. Ohio I.ev. c.
J. C. ZIMMER. Agent.
D. AxTEt.L. Division Siiterintendeut.
Haiiiliurg American Packet Coinp.tn.vs
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leavtnu New York every Thursday at 3 P. M.
KOU ENGLAND, FRANCE AND CER.MANY.
Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rates. For
passage iipnly to C. 11. RICHARD A- CO., liercrnl
Passenger Agents, til ISroaduav, New York, or to
U. WELLS. Cairo, Ills.
irk pity w m? v rr
VjlX X X XJAVA.V A .
THREE isl STATES.
On and after Monday, June It'., the bout will make
the following trips:
LEAVES lEAVr LEAVES
Foot Fonrth St. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
a.iiswMtf"i ill l l ji- I
K a. m. . m. 9 a. m.
to a. m. lo:t a. tu. 11 a.n..
ti p. m. ivv) p. m. :i p.m.
4 p.m. 4::W p.m. 5 p, in.
i p. m. S::V)p.m. Sp.ra
WOOD AXI) COAL.
Qt AV. WHEELER,
Dealer In nil kinds of
Corel Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG. MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
JLLIISUIS, SAIUJUJAX UUKiNlINU, Al'itLL 3, 1U80.
IS YOL'R 1IL00D PURft?
Now this Is an Important oucstlon. for without
iiure and wholesome blood (hero can bo uo per
led health, aud without
GOOD HEALTH ,
Ifelsamero hnrden and waste. For lmnurc
nlood the best medicine knowu Is
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It is the prcut Southern tlmo tried and true rem
dy, and may be Implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take it In tho Spring time, especially for Im
pure secretions of thu blood incident to that
-eaaonof thu year; aud take It
AT ALL TIMES
Kor Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaints, Weak
ness. Hulls, Tumors. Swellings, and tho thou--and
Ills that come from Impure bloud.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
i) BARCLAY BROS., Wholesale Agents.
I an ausoku tun! iiwitablc eure for
eiaess, Intemperance and the use of opium, to
bacco, narcotics, and stimulants, removing all
tasle. delre nnd hublt of using buv of them,
rendering the ta-te or desire for all of them per
fectly odious and disgustlni;. Giving everv one
perfect and irresistible control of the sobriety
of themselves or their frleurts.
It prevents that absolute physical nud moral
prostration that follows ttie suddeu breaking oil'
from uslnr stimulants or narcotics.
Puckau'e. prepaid, to cure 1 to 5 pericns, $J, or
at v.mr druirulsts. 1 .'.i per bottle.
Temperaii'-t societies sbonld nconimeiid It.
It is perfectly harmless and never fulintr.
Hop flitters lli. Co.. Rochester, N.Y. Sole Airts
Hop Coir.'li Cure destroys all pain, loosens
the c.'iiiL'h. ijuiets the n.-rves, produces rest, und
The Hop Tad for Stomach. Liver and Kid
neys, is superior to i.U others. Cures by ab
sorption. It Is perfect-ask d."U(,'iist.
The Hop Hitters Mfc. Co.. of Rochester. N.
Y. only prepare these remedies; also the Hop
Bitters! which are la no euse a he ve rase or in
toxicant, but the purest nud best Medicine ever
made, making more cures than all other remu
d!s. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Dailv Bulletin.
Dy Carrier. 2oc Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
S10 rer Year. 810
If prM Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 4zS Column S Pasre Paper
Il'ED EVERY MONDAY.
To CLUBS of FIVE or MORE,
1.30 pur Year.
BLANK BOOK WOHK
Of all Kinds.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
A.11 Kinds of Job "Work
Estimates furnished rm.i onlers from
abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Shoot, Full Shoot, Half Shoot,
and Ouartor Shoot rosters and
rro?raninies, in Black or' Colors.
Letter Hearts. BUI Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Billj Ladin?, Show
Curtis, Business Curtis. Ball
and Wedding Invitations. Book Work'
Etc., Etc.. Etc., Etc.
OnJv tho BEST STOCK in
tic Market Used.
Address till Communications to E. A.
BURNETT, Cairo, Illinois.
'"PIIE I'OWEU OP AKRE8TISO DISK AS EH
X dlcpluyu.J by this nroparation Is honorably ac
kuowlurud by the .Vertical Faculty tu ev.'ry sec
tion wh. rj It Uas btua Introduced; and the- Iari:u
sale Is the h..st euaranti'e of tue i-stlroatlon in
wUlchltls butd by tho public. Tills Syrup will
cure Pulmonary Consumption In tlio first aud sec
ond status will glvutrreat relief and prolong life In
til.- third Itwill care Asthuia.llroucbitls.Larvnu'itls,
and t'out'lu. It will cure all dise isos oriigluailui;
fruut wuut uf muscular action and nerroua force.
For thu effect produued by
FELLOW'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
In Diseases of tho l.niips, tlis Inventor i permitted
toreler to t lie Medical Gentlemen of St. JoliU N.
B., wlioeu siKuatures urw attached hereto.
WM.I.IAM !t.YAi;r. VD
EDWIN IlAVAItD. M )
THOMAS WAI.KEH, M 1)
JOHN BEKK Y MAN, M 1), En
UK JOHNSTONK, Ucl, tl)
t.EoliUE KKATOK, . U
W II IIAKOINii. muci
J I) WHITE. M 1)
I. Aaron A.ari, Mayor of the t'ltv of St. John,
In the Province of New Hrutiswlrk. bavin',' examined
the niu- "tiiresattulclierl to theforezolnu permit or
releren , hereby certily thut I belieru them all
p-.-nu' 10. I ran also t.-Plifv to the hlu'U therapeutical
value of Fellow's Compound Svrup of Ilvpophos
phites, and consider it desorvfuir of attentlou by
the pro.eselou (jeueraily.
i 3 In tt stimouv hereof. I hnve heroun-
(ir. nt I to set my har,r! und artlted mv Seal of
I Seal I Maynrality.at theC'iiyof St. John, this
c su;ih(!ay February, in the year of our
Lord one thousand elfbt hundred and sixty-eiht.
Sold by all lJru!?iri.st.s.
PHYSICIAN'S. CLERGYMEN AND THE
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
TT'TTV PIT T 1 D" Trrr has succo.
1 L 1 X O 1 X U LiOlrd in combluluu in th.
C'L'ItE SICK 11EADACHI. ills the heretofore u
annlstic quallti. s of a
Their first auoarent ef-
:ect is to increase the an
petite by causins the
ood to nrouerlv ass nil
atu. 1 bus thesvslem in
lourished, aud bv their
louio action on tne r'ifes-
ive or'aus. regular aud
lea'tuy evacuations are
The raold'tr with
. btch tho persons take
CL'EE FEYEHand As;u
m tlesh while under tho
ufiiience ol these nl Is.
CL'KE UILIOl'S C.LIC.
ndiriites their adapta-
limy to nourisn the hoil-.-.
heuce tneir eillracy in
urinir nervous demlltv
.vrtstinir of the muscles
!tii!L'ishness of the liver.
mpiirtiuc health aud
liensnh to the system.
Cl'KE TOKPID LIYEl;
M Murray Street,
fK "j A WLEK in your own town, nnd
L I-v I cnpltii! risked. Yon can g ve i
111 l'iu"lni!'s a trial without expeni
jl J f Thebest opponuuiiy ever offered
JJ ihose willing ,o work. You shoi
TT ii v no, hirnr else till voti see for vn
I If tfhat jon can do at the business we ofler. No
Iriom toexplaiu here. Yon can devo'.e all vur
time or only your spare lime to the business, and
make great pay for ?very hour .hat you work.
oiueu make as much us men. Send for special
private terms am1 particular, wbicli we mail Iree.
?5 outfit free. Don l complain of bnri' times hilo
you nave sucti rnanco. Address li. 1IALLETT &
i j..(-uri:au(i. iiaiue.
NO MO UK
Son GOUT i
ACl'TE OR CIIKOMC
Manufactured only nnder the ubove Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OFl'AIUS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediatk r'lluf warranted. Permaiteut cure
cilaranteed Now excpisiveiv used by all celebra
ted Physicians ol Eumpe and America, becoming a
Staple! Harmless ai.d Ileltable Hcmedy ou both
continents. The ulirhest Medical Academy of
Paris reports cures nut of li) cases within three
days. Secret The only dlolvr of the polsouotis
Uric Acid w nlch exists iu I tie Itlood of llheiimatlc
aud Gouty Patt.-nls. $1 a box: boxes for $5.
Sent to any address ou receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all liru'lsis. Address
WASHLiUKN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot il-i Uroadwa, N, Y.
For Hale by IIAHC'LAY BROS., aud Dra;ilst8
HOPE FOR THE DEAF
Oaumohe's Artificial Eau Dhcms
pekfectly ilestoifethe hearing and
perform the work of the Natural Drum. Always in
position, lll'T 1NYI.S11ILE To OTHERS. All
conversation nnd even whispers beard distinctly.
We refer to those uslnti them. Send for descriptive
circular. ( A H.MOKE EAR DRVM CO, CINCIN
At -4 V r r TO jiiiOOrt A YEAR, or .i to
VIM 1 Z I II I'J" a day In your own locality
iV I I 1 1 I 'v,,iu'n il wt'"
P 11 I P 7 as men. Many mako moro
TT -- v y t)ttll am0unt stated
above. No one can full to
mako money fast. Anv one. can do the work. You
can make from 50c to S'J an hour by devoting your
evenings and spare time to the business. It costs
uothlnit to try tho business, NotlilnR like It for
monuy maklnc ever offered beforo. Huslncss pleas
an. aud strictly honorable. Reader, If you want to
kuow all about thu best paying business beforo tie
nubile, send us your address aud wo will send you
hill particulars and private terms lrtio;samples
worth also free', you cau then make up yo-jr
mind forvourseir. Address UEORUK STIN.iON
CO. I'ortlauu. Malu, .
Liverpool, April 2, 2 r. m.
Wheat -small bus'ic Winter, 10s
113 9.1; Spring, lOi 4.1 0 IU 2.1;
California, average, 10s CtlQtls; Culi
foraia clulj, lis OJQlla Od. Corn-
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, Apr' 2. 12:01 .-
Wheat -irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 27
fl 20; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 SO
0131; Red Winter, 130IC5; No.
2 Red Winter, 1 C7; No. 2 Amber, If 1 37
Com - No. 3, 530.-3.
Ciiicaoo, April 2, 10:00 a. m.
Wheat-May, 1 13; April, $1 11J.
Pork May, 10 41; April, .f 10 32.
Oats -May, 30 yt.
Corn 3Iay, o'O.
LATEST RY TELEGRAPH.
RIVERS D HAItllORS.
Wash inc, ton, April 1. The sub com
mittee of the commerce committee, having
charge of tlio river and harbour bill,
expect to complete their work to-ri'-lit.
To-day Mr. Da'3, with the assistance of
Mr. Clardy, succeeded in securing $20,000
for Cape Girardeau. Hannibal gets $10,
000, but it is hoped that it will fee raised
by the full committee to $23,000. Alexan
dria gets $10,000.
ARMY APritOPRIATIOX BILL.
Washington, April 1. The army appro
priation bill will probably come before the
house next week. At tlio extra session it
was reported and finally passed, containing
a provision prohibiting the use of troops at
polls as a police force to keep the peace.
As the president did not vetg this, although
all the senate Republicans made very vig
orous opposition to it, it is intended to re
port it again. This time, however, it can
not come from tho appropriation commit
tee, but must be reported by tlio military
committee, which met this morning and de
cided to bring "n the law at the proper
time, as it passed the house at extra ses
sion. THE CHICAGO AND P.' X'CAII ROAD.
Pi'RiNfiFiEi.D, III., April 1. In tho Uni
ted States circuit court to-day a new order
was issued in tho case of the Farmers' Loan
aud Trust Company of New York vs. the
Chicago and Paducah railroad company
aud others. Last January an order wa3 is
sued to Eugene Ellery, receiver of tlio C
and P. R. II., renting tho above road to the
Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific at a monthly
rental of $3,000, etc., to take possession ou
tlio 1st of February, 1830. The now order
provides that possession be given the
Wabash combination on tho 1st of April:
that after the 1st of May, 1830, "the rental
above referred to shall be increased to an
amount equivalent to five per cent, on new
Wabash bonds, to be issued in accordance
with the reorganization agreement" of No
vember 15, 1378, and that the receiver,
Engcr.0 Ellery, of the C. and P. R. R.,
shall have tlio right to terminate this rental
contract upon giviug ten days' notice. The
Wabash shall at once redeliver tho road to
the said receiver.
articles of association k.led.
Jeefkrson City, Mo., April 1. The fol
lowing St. Louis business companies have
filed articles of association with the secre
tary of state :
French W'idow Glass Manufacturing
company, capital $30,000, one-half paid up.
Geo. Sclilossteiu, Adolph Schlosstein, C. O.
Twining and John B. Klcm, incorporators.
M.J. Murphy, Furnishing Goods com
pany, capital $10,000, oue-ha1f paid up.
Alfred Rrad ford, M.J. Murphy, and Ed
ward IJuutell. incorporators.
Piatt and Tltornburgh Paint nnd Glass
company, capital $200,000, one-half paid
up. lleury S. Piatt, Robert Thoruburgh,
Win. II. Thoruburgh and Phillip C. Plutt,
Rohau Brothers Boiler Manfacturing
company, capital $")0,000, one-ha'f paid up.
Michael Rohan, Phillip Rohan and John
F. W. Rolian, incorporators.
St. Louis, Cairo and Paducah packet
company, capital $10,000 paid up in full.
Andrew J. Bird, Cairo, IU.; John A. Bru-
uer, Alton, 111.; Hunter Ben. Jenkins and
John V. Shunk,Jpt. Louis, incorporators.
An open letter, it hpkaks for itself.
West Townshend, Vt. Mr. Editor: Hav
ing read in your paper reports of the re
markable cures of catarrh, I am induced
to tell "what I know about catarrh," and I
taucy the "snutl"' and "iuhailing-tubo"
makers (nlero dollar grabbers) would bo
glad if they could emblazon a similar
cure in tho papers. For 20 years I suffered
witli catarrh. The nasal passage becamo
completely closed. "Snuff," "dust," "ash
es," "lnhailing-tubes," ami "sticks,"
wouldn't work, though, at intervals I would
sniff up the so-called catarrh snuff, until I
becamo valuable tostor for such medi
NEW SEPIES-NO. 212.
cines. I gradually grew worse, and no one
can know how much I si'ffored or what ft
miscrablo being I was. My hood ached
over my eyes so that I was confited to mj
bed for many successive days, surTeriDK
tho most intense pain, which atone lime
lasted continouesly for 108 hours. All
sense of smell and taste gone, sight and
hearing imrmred. bo.lv slmm Iron ftn.-t nna ir
cned, nervous system shattered, and consti-
ttu.on broken, end I was haw'ng rid split
ting seven-eighths of tho timo. I prayed
for death to re'ievc me of my suffering. A
favorablo notice in your paper of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy induced mo to purchase a
package, and uso it n'.th Dr. Pierce's Nasal
Douche, which applies rho remedy by
hydrostatic pressure, tho only way com
patible with common-senso. Well, Mr.
Editor, it t'M not euro mo in three-fourths
ot a second, nor in one hour or month, but
in less ''lan eight minutes I was relieved,
and. i three months entirely cured, and
have rcnia' icd so for over sixteen months.
Whilo usintr tho Catarrh Rnmoilv. T nmI
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery to
purity my blood r id strengthen my stom
ach. I also kept my liver active and
Iwwcls resrulnr bv tho uso of hia Plmwnnf
Purgative Pellcls. If my experience will!
induce otner sullerer3 to seek the same
means of relief, this letter will have an
swered its purpose Yours truly.
S. D, Kemick.
The Florence NioIiti .wale nv rnv
Vriilsintiv. The f.illru!nT ia on olros
.... . 'J W. .ft Lft.l Lft. U
from a letter written to tho German Refomi
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, , - - .i rt
less. We have never seen Mrs. Winslow
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irt -sonniing cyrup ior umarcn leetn
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Fhom Hon. Andrew Cornwall, e:
member of leirislaturc. New York star
Alexandria Bay, January 3d, 1880. H.
Warner it Co: Gents: I have be.
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throe years, and in October last had a ve
severe attack. I then commenced tnki
your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure and o
tamed relict at onco. I have used two rx
ties and feel as well as ever, and I shall a
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nev and Liver Curo
in tho house.
truly, A. Cornwall
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