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HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN
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MRFXTOB.Y. Dirrnntna I I "
of tlio leading biutucM liounen whoou ailvvrtlne-im-nt
may he found luTm Ui i.i.etin.
C. 0. lHiir t Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
(',. D. WiUiamnon Jt Co.
YtKuin II Hroik-rklt. Wah. Ave., cor. Eighth.
Jiunutu A U LuukUMu, Poplar, cor Twentu-tli.
Dr. J. H. Maroan; ofllce, 1H Commercial avfnue.
Dr. W. C. JiK-elyn. Eighth near Commercial
Dr K W. W bit lot It, l;V Commercial avvauc.
Jto)t. 8my!h. No. lr) Ohio levee
II. II. (.'undei', No. TOOhio levee (up tair).
i'iitaUlu Life, of New York, corner Twellth and
WiUintin aveuua. '
Widow and Urpliaun Mutual Aid Society, SuViiUtU
and Coinmi-rjiui avenue.
DKKWISTS-WIIOLKSALE AND P.ETAIL.
Oeo E. (J'Hura, Ei(tliteentli aud Commercial.
AlmunUr Ciiar.tyBauk.HUi and Comniereial.
I lly Natiuiiul, Ohio levee.
Cbampion. Three Stale.
J jhn Spruat. corner Twelfth and Levee.
E C Ford, Corner Nlntti and Commercial.
GENERAL DELIVER op-n . a m.; clones
ii::D p.m. ; huuday : S to 'J a. m.
M'ney Order Department open at 8 a. m.; clot
a,Tlirou"h EiprM Mill via Illlwil Central and
M'.ftitoiupl tW.rS Kilrwi-ta tiumi at Vi:- P- m.
Cairo nui Poplar Run" Turoui aud Way Mail
Way M ail via IUInoii Ci-ntral. alro and ln-ceiiui-"
and MiM.Ksippi Central RallnmtU clone at
Way Mail for Narrow Ga-.i'" IHilroad closes at 8
Cairo :.d Evanvllle Ktver Route clocea at 6:30
in Qi'.iy (except Friday).
Mayor-N. H T!iit'ewood.
Trai"urvrKdward D.-zun'.a. ,
Clerk lAUiilK J. Foley.
Coauaelur--Win. B ii:i)ert.
Attorney William lln Inert.
BOAKU of ALUKHJIE.
KiMt Ward-M .). Ih.!ev
Second Wrd-Dvld T. Linear, C. h- Wood-
TMri Ward-W. I". Wrlittit. Eirlwrt Smith.
Fourth Wril-Ctiarl- 1'atier. Jamea Kynaston
Fifth Ward-T. W. lla'.liday, Ertiet 11. l'ettlt.
Circuit .lud'-v-D. J. Bik-r.
Circuit Cl' tk-J. A. H jv.-.
County Judv-e-K S. Yocutn.
County Cit-rk-S. J lltimtn.
County Attormy W. C. M ulkt-y
Count vTrvaxuPTMiU-i' V. PriT.
hh'-rirf -John Ho U'on.
County Commii.!u!uT9 1. . ila.auay, J a.
X nihil. Sa.um.-l B:il-y.
FRIrXN M. E - r 'virvwmu nrrn. m-iri.-u
Walnut and C.-lar "tr.-.-t: i-rv;- Mihhatli 11
t, m ami , f p. m
ami 7 ' p. M ; !uuu) !?cukii i.j" i.
IIUISTIAN-Kil.'hteeiith atret't: met-tMig
Vv bath 10:i p. ru.; preachlui! otca'iouaily.
IICKOH OK THE REDEEM KK (Episcopal)
Vj Kourtwnth Hreet; Sunday Moruln pray.Ta
1) V) a. m.; i-venini! prayi-rn. T:i p. m.; Sunday
cbvl : : a. m. Friday ev,.niu2 prayer 7 : p. m.
MISSIONARY BAPTIST CnmCII-
y Pn i:liin.' at M;:H . m.
SthhatU Hchwd at ?;: p
, :t p.
tn.. ari'l l: t p. tn.
Rev. T. J. Shurt-s,
1UTI1 E R A N -Th 1 rt 'Vtit h utrwt: n-rvlct-a
j iih 1 -ai a m : Sunday rvhool 2 p. u.
ReV. Knippe, pastor.
f ETHOI)IT-or Kldi'h and Walnut street;
PrearhiUL' Sililmtli lo::t a. ni. anrt i p
pmver roeetiuir. Wediieaday ": P
hth'ool, V a. Ui. Rt-v. Wbtttaker, pa-n
TRESBYTE1!I AN Eiu'Uth street : I
1 Sahliath at ll:'l a. m. and T::p. in.; prayer
mwtlnif Wi ilnrn.Uv at ": p. m : bn;iday Si huol
at :) p. m. Rev. II. Y. Oeorirr. pastor.
CECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST FifteeLth
0 street. Iittw, u ii Walnul and Cedar streets, ser
vices Sahhath at .1 and 7:4) p. in-
ST. .JOSEPH'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; S'-rvic.-s Sn'ilmth 10::jOa.
m. ; Sundav School at ! p. in. ; Yeper ;l p. tn. ; ser
vices every day at S p. tn.
ST PATRICK'S- Komun Catholic) Corner Nlnlh
, stri-et and Wa'liiii'.'toti nvi-uue; sirvtci-s fal
oath and in a. tn.; Vespers I p. in.; Simla); S' lioid
1 p in. ; services every day a! s p. m. Rev. F. Zaliel,
p ATE NTS
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on old aiies; for mediral or other compounds, trade
mark and labels. Caveats. Aislu'iiments. Inter
f.-rences, Appeals, Suits for Infringements, and
all casi-s ariKini: under tiie Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Invention that have been
1 1 Vt ,rP V I 'IV I'atent Oillco may sllll.
JtritlPiL'l iil' In most cases, hetiateiited by
. I. . .,. . It O ft
lid liolns OPOOKlie Hlt-L'. fi. I mini I'l-iuu i un-in
nil engatfi'd lu Patent busiuess exclusively, we can
make closer aearc.lies, ami secure ruieius more
promptly. nl vvitii lirouder clttims, than those who
are reinoni irmn , hiisimu.
1 W L1VTI1!N1 u" model or sketch of
li V fill l Ulio your device; we make ex
amination and advise a to patentability, free ol
charge. All correspondence strictly conlldenlial.
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Wu refer In Washington, to lloo Postmter
(Jeueral I). M. K17. Rev. F. D.Power. The (ierman
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l'ateut Olllce, and to Senator and Representatives
In Congress; and especially to our clients In every
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MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Illtfhest Ctwli Price Paid for Wheat.
""J"'"'- atKRAi, MEDICAL.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Runnin? Two I)uiy
Trains From Cairo, Makinrr DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Trains Leave C'Atao:
UiOOii tn. Muil.
Arriving In St. Louis 'j:ir; a.m ; Chicago. p.m. ;
Connecting nt Odin and Ettlngium for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis and points East.
11:15 ti.m. St. i,ouis and AWstern
Connecting at St. Louis for all point West.
:):0 p.m. Kust KxprosH.
ForRt. LouiA anil (. hlca'o, ar.-ivln,' at St. Louis
10:1 j p.m. , and Chicago 7:ia m.
U p.m. C'iiK'innttti Mxpt-esH.
Arrivin; at Cinclunati 7:is am.; Louisville 7:20
a m.; Iniliananolis 4:oo a.m. Pas-engers hv
this train reach the above point" ly to .'it'j
liol I!S in advance of any other route.
Fast Time Ka.-r.
lKsPll 0(1'J ,,y 'ine C'lirough to K:ist.
ii.t. II ,C1.1 ,.ru ,jut without any delay
caused by Sunday intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
moruiug at 10::iv Thirty fix hour in advance (if
any other route,
"'Kor through tickets and further information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Ik-pot, Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
fcpress ::, m
AcromuiouMio'i :;:'i p m.
Mail 4:;o a ni.
JAs. dolIN.sON. J. II. JONES.
(ell. Sonlliern Agent. Ticket Agent.
W p. JOHNn'jN.ik-u. Passenger Agent.
CAIRO A- ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. SMlTIIKItS. Iifceiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Erpres leaves Cairo
Through Express arrives nt K. St Louis
Through Kxpre-s ienves E. Si Louis...
Through Express arrive" at Cairo
Murptiyboroaccumniodutionb-avesCairo 1 :')o p.m.
.liii-unvs'iori) Acc.arrive.at jiurpni siioro 7 :;i p.m.
Murphyaiuiro Acc. leaves Murphyrburu. .. 5:t'a.m.
Murpbvsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 : a.m.
The Cairo A St Louis Hall Road l the only all
Rao Route U-teen Cairo and St. Lout under one
management, then-fore there are no delays at
aylat:on awaiting connection from otber'liiies.
Close and sure connection at St. Louis with other
lines for North, East and West
J.A NAL'OLE. L. M. JOHNSON.
Agent. lieneral Manager.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TIME TAI1I.K OK PAOEXHER TRAINS
vincexnes (Nov. :i(J, lTl.;
No. 2 Pay Espr i Except Min'.ay).
ti Epri-s i Except Suudavi ......
" I Ni'ht E:;pre'siPailvi'
I : ;o p. m.
. 1 p. in.
.l-.'::";i. In .
No ri Kipre i Exrept Miuilay) :.C.a. m.
" 1 Pay Kjire E Mc-pt Miudayi :"ip. m.
" :J Ni jut Express (Dul.vi. . 1 :.'.' a. m.
J. R. Ci.aiik. C. S. Conk. ,In .
Agent Viucenne- (ien Ticket Ag'l CiirlUB'ttl
gT. LOUIS, I. M. it S. R'y.
v r- - - ; 1
( 'aii'oTime 'I'iibli'.
Texas Hxpress ; Dally
Connects at I harlestuii fur Columbia
Texas Expre-s piliv
,J;1- p. m
Oinee ami I'u-senger ilepot ,n. . dlilo l.evee.
J. C. ZIMMER. Apu.t.
1). Axtci.i.. Piviloii Superintendent.
Ilam Wurir American Packet Companj's
)Vcekly Line of Steamships
Lcirtlnj! New York every Thiir'duy at i P. M.
l'Olf ENt.LAND, FRANCE AND (GERMANY.
Ticket" to and from Europe at lowest r:it-. for
pa'saw apply to C. II. RICHARD A CO., t.eiierul
Piicuger Agents, til Ilroadwiiv, Neiv York, or to
II WELLS. Cairo, Ills.
iO CITY FERRV CO.
On niidnfter Monday, .lutio Hi, the bout wUlmnko
the following trip:
YtwZ Ttm Til"
iiyy-Hi t- i 'I I 1:1 LI 4
l.HAVKS LKAVE LEAVES
Foot Fourth t Missouri Land's- Kentucky Ld'u.
H a. m. S::to . m. a. m.
PI a. m. in ::n u, m, II a. ni.
a p. m. i p. in. :1 p. m.
4 p. m. 4:30 p. :n. Fi p. m
J p.m. ,'::!) p.m. 3 p. m
WOOD AXD COAL.
Dealer luuil kind" or
Con I Wood. fiJtovo Wood.
MQ MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Wiisliing'tou and
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
IS YOUR BLOOD Pl'REf
Now thl Is an Important question, for without
I'.lre and w-holeHntn,. hlimil tl,r l,u n, n...
iec. health, and without
lf Is a mere burden and waste,
ilood the best medicine known la
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
'Il l the jrreat Southern time tried and true rem-
uj , aiio may ue implicitly relleU on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take it in tho Spring time, especially for im-lure-
secretion of thu blood incident to that
cel-ionof the year: and take It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula, Llvor Complalnta, Weak-
.. i,.jn, i union., oweiunns, ana me tuou--and
Ills that come from Impure blood.
rOIIN F. IIENRV, CURRAX dc CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
i) BARCLAY BROS., Wholesale Ajunts.
Is an absolute Hint irrcsistalile cure for
roues. Intemperance and the nso of opium, to
'lacco, narctttks. aud stimulants, removiiii? all
taste, de-ire and bahlt of uins av of them,
rendering the taste or desire for all of tht-m per
fectly odious and disiMlng. Giyina every one
perfect and lrreMstlble control of the sobriety
of iheiudve or tlo-lr friends.
It prevents that absolute physical and moral
prostration that follow the sudden brcaklux otl
from uin stimulants or ii'ircotics.
Puoka'.'.-i prepaid, to cure 1 to 5 periens, $0. or
at your drn.'.'istii. Jl.Ts per bottle.
Temperance societies should lecoinmcud it.
It Is p-ilectly harmless and never fmlins.
Hop flitters yf. Co.. Roebestt-r, N.Y. Sole Ajts
Hop Cotlli Cure destroys all pain, loosen,
the ciimb, (juiei. th'j n.-rve's, produces rest, and
never fails to cure.
The Hop Pml for Stomach, Liver and Kid
neys. i toipi-rior to all others. Cures by ab
ufptiou. It is perfect ark drujiiste.
The Hop Bitters MTl'. Co.. of Rochc-ter. N.
Y only prepare these remedies; also the Hop
Bitters', which are in no sense a beveraae or in
toxicant, but the purest and best Medicine ever
made, making more cures than all other reme
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The 1 ulletix D ixder y
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Of all Kinds.
AH Kinds otM'ob AVork
Estimates fiiriiishpil anil orders from
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Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Oimrter Sheet rosters and
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Letter Heads, Hill Heads, Note
Heads, .Statements, Hilla Lading-, Show
Cards, Hiiliiess Cards, Hall
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BURNETT, Cairo, Illinois.
MORNING. APRIL G, 1830.
rplIK POWEIJ OF AP.P.ESTIN7J DISEASES
X displayedltythls nreparatlon Is bouorably uc
kunwlerlped bjr thn Medical Faculty In every eec
tion where it has heeo Introduced; and the largo
ale Is the best guarantee of the estimation In
which It is held by the public. This Syrup will
cure Pulmonary Consumption In the first aud sec
ond stai'cs Kive s;reat relief and prolong life In
the third Itwlll euro Asthma. llronchltis.Lurvnellis,
and L'oukHs. It will cure all diseise orilnniliii;
from want of muscular action and nerroua force.
For the effect produned by
FELLOWS COMI'OrXI) SYRUP OF
lu Diseases of the I.un;r, the Inventor i permitted
to refer to tho Medical Gentlemen of St. John N.
li., whore aiipiaturui, are attached hereto.
WILLIAM BAYAIII). MD
EDWIN HA YAM). M I)
THOMAS WALKER. M 1
JOHN BEKKMAN, M 0-Eu
' lK.JiliNyroNi:, L r t e, tD
OEOl'tiE KEATOK, M 1)
WH IIAHDINO. mkci
.11) WHITE. M I)
T W t'AHKI'IT. M U
I, AakoN Alwaro, Mayor of the City of St. John,
in the Province of New Brunswick, having examined
Ihesi'natnresuttatched to the foregoing permit of
reference, hereby certiff that I beliero them all
genuine. I can alsotestifv to the high therapeutical
value of Fellow's Compound Svrup of Hvpophos-phiu-s.
and coulder it deserving of attention by
the profession generally.
3 0 In testimony whereof. I have hereun-
(Jreat I to set my kaTict arid affixed mv Seal of
' Seal JMayorality.at the City of St. John, this
-sixth day February, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight.
Sold by all Dru-nt.-!.
PHYSICIAN'S. CLERGYMEN AND THE
TIIE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF TIIE AGE.
I) ii Titt has succeed-
d in combining in these
; iils the heretofore an
au'onlstic (jualtti. s of a
ud a Purifying Tonic.
Their nM apparent ef
fect is to increase the an-
CLUE SIC li HEADACH
jietite by causing the
food to properly aslml.
ate. llius the s, stem s
nunrished. aud by their
lonin action on the diges-
Ive organs, regular aud
IHealthy evacuations are
rue run a tv with
which the persons take
Ct'KE KEYEH aud Agu
ni rlesh whlli; under the
nllnence of these pills,
ndicates their adajita
dlity to nourish the hod
. hence their ettlcacy In
uriug nervous dehilitv.
Ct'KE UlLIOVS C.-LIC
vastiuir of the muscie
'Inggishncsa of the liver,
hroiilc const ;t)atioti. and
Cl'KE T011PID live:;'
imparting health and
l-trength to the system.
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OR GOUT i
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Manufactured only nnder the above Trade Ma
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OF PAWS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
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Staple,' Harmlcs and ltellnlile ilemedy on both
confluents. The highest Medical Academy of
Paris reaor's U.'i cures out of lis) cases within three
dsivs. Secret The onlv dissolver of the poisonous
I'r'lc Acid which exists lu the Wood of Rheumatic
and itouty Patients, fl a box: lioxes for S.
Sent to anv address on receliit of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all lruggtt. Aildresi
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Only Importers' Depot Hi Uroadwa; , N, Y.
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MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, April 5, 2 p.
Wheat -small busine Winter, lOs
lis 0,1; Spring, 10s 41 lis 2.1:
California, average, 10s Cdlla; Cali
fornia club, lis '0Jlts CJ. Corn
NEW YOKK OKAI.V.
New York, April 5, 12:01 m.
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 270
1 20; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 30
131; RedWinter, $130183; No.
2 Red Winter, $1 37; No. 2 Amber, 1 37
Corn No. 3, 5353.
Chicago, April 3, 10:00 a. m.
Wheat 3Iay, 1 13; April, fi U.
Pork May, 10 43; April, 10 32i.
Oats -May, 30;.
Com May, 30.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Washixotos, April 4. In answer to
Mr. Willis' note concerning his resolution
of inquiry as to why no response had been
made to the resolution which was intro
duced almost two months ago, Secretary
Evarts called upon him yesterday. In the
conversation between the two Mr. Evurts
said no treaty had beeu negotiated by Mr.
Seward and no attempt had been made to
negotiate one. As a matter of fact he
found it to be a delicate matter to deal
with the Chinese with any idea of securing
what the Pacific coast demanded and at the
same time preserve our commercial rela
tions as they e.i3t with that country. In
this Mr. Evarts made precisely the same
statement as he did to your correspondent
two weeks ago. He urged Mr. Willis not
to press his resolution at present, but to
give him some more time until the senate
might act on the nomination for commis
sioners who have beeu named to negotiate
Mr. V, llhs was willing to do this, but
urged the secretary to send an answer to
his resolution at once, as he was only actiug
under instructions from his committee. In
consultation afterwards with members from
the Pacific coast Mr. Willis was convinced
that he could not obtain authority to delay
any further aud lias so notified the secre
tary of state. As already announced, these
gentlemen are opposed to the confirmation
of the commission.
Washington. April 4. The Manning
Springer difficulty promises to be. a feature
in to-morrow's session. Mr. Springer is de
termiiu'd to have an investigation of the
charges made against him. The difficulty
in the way of granting his request, how
ever, seems to be that no one but a reporter
of the Washington Post charged him with
corruption. Manning continues to insist
that he never made such a charge, although
he has certainly called Springer's attention
to the annoyinous letter, oll'ering him five
thousand dollars for his vote for Washburn.
To-morrow Manning will relieve Springer
of all imputations contained in tho Post's
article, and then tlio request for an investi
gation w!il be offered.
New York, April 4. The second con
test for the" O'Lcary belt began at Madison
Square garden at midnight. Eighteen con
testants started. Over 7,000 people wit
nessed the start and the greatest enthusiasm
prevailed. O'Leary and his Chicago man,
Dobier, nere clieered to tlie echo. All tin
men started on a run. Hart was the first
to round the track in 43 seconds, ami made
his (Irst utile in 0:23. followed closely by
the other Huston negro, IVuram. John
Knnis started on a long run, and was well
received. It is believed that Murphy m iy
not hold out over 24 hours as he is "rank."
Hart is the favorite with the people, as in
Atone o'clock the score slood: Hurt, 8
miles; K roll ne, 0; Kaber, 8; Pegraiu, 8;
Merritt, 7; Murphy, 8; Williams, 8; How
ard, 8; Mcltityre, 8; Minis, G; Allen, 8;
Oobler, 7; llanwacker, 0; Ivenviu, 0;
Henry, 7; Brown, 8; Woods, 8; Jayvec, 5.
AX OPEN LETTER. IT SPEAKS KOIt ITSELF. ,
West Townshend, Yt. Mr. Kditor: Hav
ing read in your paper report of the re
markable cures of catarrh, I urn induced
to tell "what 1 know about catarrh," and I
fancy tho "suull"' and "inhailing-tubo"
makers (mere dollnr grabbers) would be
glad if they could einbh.on a Himilar
cure lu the papers. For 5(1 years I suffered
with catarrh. Tho nasal passage became
completely closed. "Snuff," "dust," "ash
es." "inhuiliug-tubcs," and "sticks,"
wouldn't work, though, nt intervals 1 would
sniff up tho so-called catarrh smutf, until I
became A valuable tester for such medi
cines. I gradually nrow worse, ami no ono
can know how much I suffered or what a
miserable being I was. My head ached
over my eyes so that I was confined to my
bod tor many successive days, sutterlnur
tho most Intense pain, which at ono time
lasted contlnouesly for 108 hours, All
sense of smell and taste gone, sight and
NEW SERIES-NO. 244.
hearing impared, body shrunken ami weak
ened, nervous system shattered, and consti
tution broken, and I was hawing and split
ting seven-eighths 'of the time. I prayed
for death to relieve me of my suffering. A
favorable notico in your paper of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy induced mo to purchase a
package, and use it with Dr. Pierce's Nasal
Douche, which applies the remedy by
hydrostatic preasure, the only way com
patible with common-sense. Well, Mr.
Editor, it did not cure me in thiec-fourths
ot a second, nor in one hour or month, but
in less than eight minutes I was relieved, .
and m three months entirely cured, and
have remained so for over sixteen months.
While using the Catarrh Remedy, I used
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery to
purify my blood and strentrthen my stom
ach. I also kept my liver active aud
bowels regular by the use of his Pleasant
Purgative Pellcls. If my experience will
induce other sufferers to seek the samo
means of relief, this letter will have an
swered its purpose. Yours truly.
The Florence Niohtixoale ok the
Ncrsery. The following is an extract
from a letter written to the German Reform
Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Penn. :
Just open tlio door for her, and Mrs.
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Nightingale of the Nursery. Ot this we
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child from pain, and cuas dysentery nn'd
diarrhoea. It softens the gums, reduces
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fesses to perform, every part of it nothing
less. We have never seen Mrs. Winslow
know her only through the preparation ot
her "Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing." If wo had tlio power we would make
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fant race. Sold by all druggists; 25 cents
Profit, $1,200. "To sum it up, six
Ion?; years of bed-ridden sickness, costing
200 per year, total 1,200 all of this ex
pense was stopped by three bottles of Hop
Hitters, taken by my wife. She has done
her own housework for a year since, with
out the loss of a day, and I want everybody
to know it, for their benefit. N. E. Farmer.
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From Hon. Andrew Cornwall, cx
membi'i1 of legislature, New York state,
Alexandria Ray, January 3d, 1880, H. H.
Warner & Co: Gents: I have been
troubled with kidney difficulty for the last
three years, and in October last had a very
severe attack. I then commenced taking
your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure and ob
tained relief at once. I have used two lit
tles and feel as well as ever, and I shall al
ways keep a supply of Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure in the home. Yours
truly, A. Cornwall.
Shan't I Take a Dlie Pill? No, don't
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get a box of the celebrated Kidney. Wort,
aud it will speedily cure you. It is nature's
great remedy for constipation, and for all
kidney aud liver diseases. It acts prompt
ly on these great organs aud so restores
strength aud vigor.
Hereditary Taint This is one of the
"inscrutable mysteries of Providence." It
is gratifying to know, however, that scrof
ula can be ellectually radicated by the use
of Scovill's Ulood and Liver Syrup. Its
reputation is world-wide, and it always
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia cures
Neuralgia. Fuceache, Rheumatism, Gout,
Frosted Feet, Chilblains, Sore Throat,
F.rvsipelas, Rrusc. and Wounds of every
nature in man or animal. The remarkable
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one of the most important and valuable
remedies ever discovered for the cure and
relief of piiin.
Rev. Mr. Alliger, of Jamaica, L. I., suf
fered for years with a sore throat which
clergymen and speakers are subject to.
lie obtained immediate relief from Giles'
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Giles' Pills cures Flatuency.
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken tho blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby mora certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than 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,
"i'rowu's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of tho Pan
acea in n tumbler of hot water (sweetened
it preferred), taken at Dcd time, will break
up a cold. 23 rts, n bottle.
Mccit Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion ,
ed by worms. UrowVs Vermifuge- Comflbt
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual la
destroying worms, can do no possible in- '
Jury to tho most delicate child. This ?al-'
uablo combination has been miccnwfuliy
used by physicians, and found to bo abso
lutely buro In eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twcnty-nrc corns boi. '