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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING. APRIL 11. 1880.
of the leading Imsluext hoimca wlioe advcrtiiie
taenia may lie found lu Tai Ili'i.i.r.Tih .
C (. Patler A. Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
' C. D. Willlainaon 4 Co.
Ym-utn Broduriek, Wah. Ave. cor. Elehth.
J)t-uuif & O'LuuKhlin, Poplar, cor Twentieth.
Dr. J. 11. Marcau; office, 1W Commercial Htcuue.
Dr. W. C. docelyn, Klglilli near Commercial
Dr. K, W. WbitUick, I St; Commercial avenue.
Bunt Smyth, No.bdOl.lo levee
II. II. Cande.-, No. TiiOliln levee (up lair.
Emiitable Lite, of New Yurk, corner 'I'welllti and
Widow aud Uryuan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial aveuue.
"DBVOOISTS-WIIOLKSALK AND It ETA I L.
Gw. K O'liara, Klxuteenth uud Commercial.
Alexander County flank. Sth and CouiunTclal
lily National. Ohio levee.
Cl.amilo;:. Three Slate".
Julin Spioat. curu-r Twelfth and Levee.
it c tord. ( 'oruer NintU and Commercial.
f , KNF.it W. I)EI.1VEI! open r:.AI a.m.; do.
VI b: Hi p.m.; Sunday; H to 'J a. m.
Money Order Department open at U.m.; closes
Thro a ill Kprc Mali via lilinol Central and
liiaaiwiupi CVatfal H!!raii !" at p. m.
Cairo and FopUr Blurt Through and Way Mail
el...- at 1!: I , , , ....
Way .Mail via lilinol Centra!. alro and Mn
rennea and Mi.ilpi Central Buiiroad cloe at
: p. in. .... , , . u
Way Sta.l fjr Narrow iiiag: Baliroad cliwc at 8
Cairo tt.d Kvansville liiver Route cloe at ti:30
p. m. oi'iy (except rridsn.
Mvor-N B. Thit'ewmd.
Treaaurer Edward Dcrou.l
Clerk Dtnula. J. foley.
Coannelor- - w. B Gilbert.
Marshal l alle.
koakii or ai!r.Kf.
Kirat Ward-M.I. lioley
Second Ward-David T. Linear (. . It Wood-
Thirl Wsrd - W. P. Wrizht. F.jjVrt Smith.
Fourth Ward -Charle U. l'aiier. Jame Kynafton
Fifth Ward-T. W. lUUiday. Eruet B. Pettlt.
Circuit Jn.l''--D. .1. Bul.T.
Circuit Cleik-J A. Reu-.
Coonty Jnde- II. S. 'im.
County Clerk S. J. llumru.
Cnuntv Attornv W. C. Mulkev
Count Treasurer-Mile v . P&r'r.
hheriti kihn llodire
County fiiuiniiiw:ouer-l. " ilallNta). .1 a.
JK. Uill. Samuel Brll-y.
APHD'KN M. K - Fourteenth trert. ti.-tweiu
Walnut and Cedar -trect" : ..-nice !aMili 11
a. ni. and P- m ; sun.iay .-m uj. 1 y.
MlIilSTIAN - Eighteenth atreet: meet in.' Sab-
bathl'tVlp in.; iinumit uuwiwumo-
("MU'ltCU OK THK KM)RtJir.ii-iii"K"l'o
I Fourteenth Mreei; tuuday Morulurf pray-ra
1.1 . a. ni ; evening pray.-r. Ti-Ht P m : Minday
ciioo) St :: a. m. Friday cveinu,' pra.-r ; :: p. m.
1MRST MISSIONARY HAITI ST CHFUCU -r
Freaobli)!! at Pl::tna. m .Hp. m.. and 7:: p m.
!t)haili ach.Hil at :w p. in. K.v. i. .1. shore,
IUTHKItAN -Thirt.-enih atr-rt j ervirea Sal.
i bath l:;m a. m. Sunday rchool 'J p u.. Key.
K nappe-. pa:or
METHODIT-Cor Fijbth and Walnut street :
Preaching SiM.sth H':f 1 a- ni. and 7 p.m.;
prayer m.t-tiii. We.lne.lay 7.: p. in ; Sunduj
School, 9 a. in. itcv. Wbittaker. pa-tor.
1HKSBYTEl:!AN""- Klirblli ftreet: preadiins on
Sahbath at !:' a m. and 7::"' p. m.; prayer
Hieetius Wednefdav at 7:: P-Sunday scnool
at p. iu. Itev. 11. V. Ocor.'e. pastor.
CECOND Fl:KK WILL IIAITIT - 1'ifteet.tb
O atreet. between Walnut and Cedar atreet, . r
vicea Sald)ath at :) and ;: p. tu.
ST. .IOsKI'H'S--(ll..inan Caihoiio Corner Cro
.. and Walnut nreei; ervice S'lMmth 10 a.
m.: Sunday School at p. ni.; Yepera 3 p. m.i cr
ice every day at 8 p. ni.
ST. FATUK'iv'S - Roman Catholic) Corner Nlinb
Htr.et and Waliini:t.in avenue; a.-rvlcc Sab
oath t) uud lit a. m. ; Vcpere 't p. in. ; Simday School
p. m.; service- every day at 5 p. in. Itev. F. Zaliel.
all caaea ariMui; iinuer ine rmein i.n.
ly attended to. Inventions tha
ii v 1 VI ,rF V n ,,v ,hl' I'utt-iii onic
Jtfitl Tjv 1 Pi I ' lu moiit ca-ea, be
Obtained for new invention, or for Improvement
on old ne; for niedirul or other compound, trade
mark and Inbel. Caveat. A"0ii;nineiit. Inter
r u iiti..iiU S.iitM for tnfrlmrcfiicnt. and
all caaea ari-iui; under the Patent Law, prompt-
luveiiiiuu" ..ill. 1111 .- in-.-u
e i.atented hv
..inA.,uiii. tlin lT. H. I'nt.Mil Dftmrlmcnt.
and encaaed iu Patent biilne cxcluively. we cau
make closer aearchea, uud secure Patent more
promptlv, and with broader claims, than those who
are remoV from Washington.
1 XTVLVTI iIK send 11 a model or sketch of
liN V Till J UUo votir device; we make ex
amination and advisp 11 to patentability, free ot
rbarire. All correspondence strictly cotilldential.
Prices low, aud no cbarpe unless Patent in-secured.
Wa refer In Washington, to llgn PostniUKter
General I). M. Key. Itev. V. D.Power. The German
American National Hank, to olllclals In the C. S.
Patent Ortlee, and to Senators and Representative.
In Congress; and especially to our ellents in every
State lu the L'ulou aud iu Canada. Addrer
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppotite Patent OtHcc. Washtntttou 11. C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
AIJJ I) AY BROTHERS,
FI.0UK. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Iligliest Cuh Price Paid for Wheat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Kuiinin? Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Makiusr DI
RECT CONNKCTIOX with
TitAisa I.r.v Caiho:
.':( Mia in. Mt.il.
Arriving In St. Louis 9:1.0 a m : Chicago. p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Kdlnuham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, ludiaiiapolia aud points Ku
11:15 a.m. St. I.oiiih and Wftdern
Conuectina at St. Louis for all point West,
.'J::j! 11.111. JViM Kx)r
For St. I.ouia aud ( hicufo. arrlviu;' at St. Louis
lu:l p.m.. and Chicago ', :!) a ui.
.' :.! 1 ) in. ( 'iiK-iiuiati Kx pre.
Arriving at Ciminuuti 7:1". a m.: Louisville
a ni.; Indianaiioli. 4:oo a.m. Passemjera tv
thiH train reach the above points lUi to ,'tii
lliil.'RS ; gilvance of any other route.
Fast Time East.
P'Kvl'HO'oi'k; '.v ""is line eo through to Fast.
1 u."v-m 11.,' I .rn points without any d-lay
caii-.-d by Sunday Intervcnine;. The Saturday afier
noon train from Cairo arri-.es in new York Mondav
morni'i',' at M::. Thirty-i hours iu advance iif
any other route.
rFor through tickets and furlher itiformatloii.
apply at llliuoi Central Railroad Depot. ( uiro.
TRAINS AURIVK AT CAIRO
fcT-s : p tu.
A' ciiinniouiirioi ,:) j, m
'ail 1:10 u .111.
JAs. JOHNSON. ,J. II. .iONES.
o.-n. somli -rn A.-nt. Ticket Aucnt.
W. p. .lOHNS'J.Yt.i-ii. Pa-s-.-uu' r Alvh.
NEW SERIES-NO. 249.
IS YOL'K BLOOD Pl ItE!
NOW Olifl irt an Imnnptunt r.tw.tftlitn r.. tm hi. ami
iure and wboliisome blood there caii bo no per
licet health, aud without
'Iff Is a mere burden and waste. For Impure
Wood the best medicine knowu Is
Scovills Blood Purifier.
It is the t'reat Southern time tried and true rem
dy. aud may be implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take. It in the Nr.rl m. tl.ttu ........UI!.. r.. I...
... , vnifcvianv lor IUI-
;mre aecretlous of the blood incident to that
-ea-ouui meyear; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
Kor Cancer Scrofiiln Mm i
uess. Doll. Tumor. Swelllni-. and the thoil-
iu.i . no. come i rum impure mood.
I0IIX F. HEXItY, C'UHIUX & CO.
S COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
It BARCLAY ItltOS.. Wholesale Agents.
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS R. R.
hTTi iTiii't TiJ
Jr. W. SMI TH j:iS. Uccoivor.
SHORTEST SIIOPiT LINE BETWEEN
CAIKO AND ST. I'L'IS.
lbrouh Express i. ires Cairo S;l."ia m.
Through Express arrives at K. M Louis. 5:iip.m.
Throufb Express ieuve E si Loui..,. :.nia.m.
Through Express arrive-, at Cairo V.Uip.ui.
Murphyshoroaccoiumodationl. avesi airo 1 :MI p.m.
Mil' physhoro Ace. arrive. m Murph' "boro T :'" p.m.
Murnhvs'iioro Ace. leave .M.irnhv-lioro . . K:i'a.ni.
M jrphvshoro Ace. arrives at Cairo 11: iq m. .
The Cairo A st l.ouii Kail Road i the only all
Rail Rout.- '"-tween Cairo and St. Louis under one
management, tb'.rcfore there ar- no delay at
way stations awaitiin; . otin.-ctioM from other Hues.
Cl.ie and sure connections at st Louis with other
lines for North. Eat and est
.1 A N AVt.LE. L. M. JOIINsON.
A'.'ent . lien.-ral Manaft-r.
(A Medicine, not a drink.)
HOPS, BICIIU. MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest aud Itet Medical (qualities of
all other li,tter.
TI IKY CUUK
All diseases of the Stomach. Rowels. Illood.
Liver. Kidneys, and I uinarv Oiu'ans. Nervous
lies. S'eepl-. HSlii-.s Ani especiallv Female Complaint-.
Will be paid for a rasethev wi); not cur.; or help
or lor aiiythnii; impiin- or injurious found In
Askyour DrncL'Ist for Hop Bitters aud try
them before you sleep. Take uo other.
Hop Coi ..it Ci iik is the sweetest, safest and
b. st. Ask Children.
Tin-Hoe P.m lor Stomach. Liver and Kidueyi
is superior to all others A"k Jlruiats.
D 1. 1'. is au absolute and Irresistuble cure for
drunkenness, use of opium, tobacco and nar
cotim. Send for circular.
All above sold hv dra'irlsls.
Hop Bitters ManufacturinL' Co.. Rochester, X. Y.
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Ry Carrier, 2oc Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
BH) I'er Year. SIO
It" jKiid Yearly or Suni-Yearly
TIME TABLE K P.s!-;Mi Kit TRAINS ntOM
VINCEN.M.s ( Nnv. n0. 1 T'J. I
i Day Epl-es . Except -vm !
ii EpVe. i Except Suudai; .
4 Ni,'ht Expn-s-i iDailyi' ...
The iVeeklv Bulletin.
No r. Expri"-", Except Sun. lav
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" :t Ni;ht Lxpr.
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Id siiiula) .
C. S. CoK. .Ill .
ieil Ticket A,' l cine
gT. LOUIS, I. M. Ar S. Rv.
jFva xv fcr. v
t 'airoTiim TnliU'.
Texas Express Dally i:l". p m
Connects at I hurlestou for I'lduiubits
Texas Express Ilaily) ::',". a. m.
Accommodation Daily I ' :M p. m.
0 lllce ulid l'as.'iii.'il' Depot No. .'.'.Ohio Levee.
.1 C. .I MM Kit, A-. l.t.
D. Axtki.i.. Diviion Si-.ieriiitend.'Ut .
A 48 Column 8 Paje Pa per
issl LD EVERY MONDAY.
To CLIT,S of FIVE or MORE,
$l.rjO per Yt-ar.
Ilniulmii; AtnericHti Packet Comiinitj's
Veekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New York e' cry Thurs.lav at -.' P.M.
Foil ENt.l.AND. FHAXCE AND CERMANY.
Tickets to and from Eirope ut lowest rates. For
pa-sane apply to C. II. RICHARD V CO.. li. neral
l'aciiL'er .vi.-ut. HI I! oadiiav, Neiv York, or to
II WELLS. 'aim, Ills.
JAIROCITY FERRY CO.
Til RLE STATES.
tin and after Monday. , tune M, the boiil will make
tit.' following trip:
l.fAVRS I. RAVES t.KAtrRS
Foot Fourth st Missouri Lund'tf- Kentucky Ld'n.
H a. m.
in a. ii.
'i p, m.
4 p. m.
s::!ii a m.
l.i::i a. ni.
U ::i p. ni,
sI;:W p. m.
u a. m.
:l p. tu
VO0I) AN D COAL.
(if W. WHEELER,
Dealer In all kinds of
Corel Wood, Stove' Wood,
KIG 11UDDV COAL
WOOI) AND rOAL YARD:
Tenth Street, IMwccu WaHhlnpton and
TlIE I U'LLKTIN DlXDER V
JJLANIv HOOK WORK
STEAM JO I OFFICE
E.-timiites rurnislii'il an.t orders l'rnnt
nlirorul pruniptly ntteinied to
Two-Slicet, Full shoot, Halt' Slice.,
and Ouurtor Sheet Posters anil
Proffmiiiines, in Bhiek or Colors.
Letter Heads. Hill Heads, 'ote
Heads. Statements, Bills Lailinjr, Show
Cards, Rusiness Cards, Hull
and Wedding" Iuvitations, p.ook Work'
Kto., Etc., Etc., Kte.
Orilv the m:8T STOCK in
t ho Market U'tcd.
AdJretw nil Commuuicfttiorm to E. A.
BUKNUTT, Ctiiro, Illinob.
ryilK POWER OP ARKKSTISU DISEASKs
X displayed hy this preparation la hnHorahly ac
knowledged by the Medical Faculty In every ec
ttou where It hn heeii Introduced; aud the lartro
alia the het guarantee of the estimation in
which It in held by tho public. TUIh hyrnp will
cure Pulmouary (Uiusiimpiion in the firt aud sec
ond staves will ejve ureat relief and prolong life In
the third Itvclll cure Aathma.Hroncliltis.Laryniziti,
and Coughs. H will cure all dlseise orl'lnalluj
fjom want of muscular action and nervous force.
' Kor the effect prodiucd by
FELLOW'S C0.MP0I N0 SYRUP OF
Iu Di.-aeofthe Luny. the inventor i permitted
to refer to the Medical (iectlemeii of St. .lohn X.
B.. whose Hijjiiaturva are attached hereto.
WILLIAM BAYARD. MJ
Kl) WIN BAYARD. M j(
THOMAS WALKER. M T. tu
JOHN REIUUMAN M '
III! JoUSSTONh, I. K c . K
OKOROK K BATOR, m d
W II IIAIMMNO. M lct
d I) WHITE. M D
I. A.mion Ai.hahi., Mayor or the City orst. John.
In the Province of.Vew Bin uawirk. having exumised
the siifnaluiesaltatched to the foreolm; permit of
reference, hereby certify that I bellevu them all
genuine. I cuiialnotestirvto the high therapeutical
value of I-Vllow" Compound Syrup of Hvpopbo
phite. and consider it deserviu'' of attention by
the profess'on yeuerally.
9 9 In t'tlmony w hereof. I have hereiin-
M.reut to set mjr hand and alllxed my Seal of
J, SeaM Mayorality.at theCltyof St. John, this
-sixih day February, 'in the year of our
Lord one thousand elyht huudred and'sixty-oight.
Sold by all I )rui'y:irsts.
PIIYMCIAXS. CLERGYMEN' AND THE
THE (i RE AT EST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE
LURE SICK HEADALI1
L I RE CONSTIPATION
L I RE PILES.
( I RE IIILIOCS C -'I.lC
Cure KIDNEY Comjilaiu
L'l'RE TORPID LIYER
Dr Titt baa nicc'ed
d in combining in these
pill the heretofore an
;agouitlc qualiti -a of a
streugt bet lug. Purgative
inn a Purifying Tonic.
Their first apparent ef
fect is to increase the ap
petite by causing the
food to properly aasiml
late. Thus thesvslem is
nourished, aud ly their
lonlo actum on the diges
tive organs, regnliir and
healthy evacuation!) are
l tie rapidttv w in
which the person take
m flesh while nuuer the
influence of these pill,
indicate their adapts
iiility tu nourish the bod-
. hence their cfllcacv in
tiring nervous debi'lilv.
wastim of the muscles
luggishues of the liver.
chronic const' put iou.aud
imparting tu-alto and
stieiigth to the system.
PRICE A". CENTS.
"si Mnrrav Street,
a Oil GOUT i
V" ACt'TK OR CHKOSIC
Manufactured only under the above Trade Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
or PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immcdia'e relief warranted. Permanent cure.
Eunr.m'eed . Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and Americu, becoming a
Staple, Harmless and Reliable Remedy on both
contlncut. The highest Medical Academy of
Pan report 9.1 cures out of UKI case within three
day, becret The only dlolverof the noisonou
Fric Acid which exist in tho Blood of Rheumatic
and t.outy Patient. $1 a box; ti boxed for 5.
Sent to auv addrea on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Phvsiitan. Sold bv ull Druggist. Aildrea
Only Import-ir-e'Depot i!ta Broadway, N. Y.
For Sale bv BARC LAY BROS., and DruggUta
Mil I !j-
L 1 1 'J
J. T. WAKREN & CO.
(U ix' (U; W. Second sr.
Foreign and Domestic dried and canned Fruit and
Vegetable. Canned, drind and milt Flh. Pick
le, (iuucu. Oils and Condiments. Soup
fluff, Baking Powder, ground and
whole Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soap, Heed, iTcIUuf, I'renorvea
Fancy (itocerlu and Croc-en'
Stock unparalleled In tho West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS" MANUEL.
For tho Sunday Bulletin.
THOUGHTS 8UOOESTKD ON READ
ING "SELF REPRESSION." BY
I. A. M.
We also have many times wondered why
licoplc nr3 so prone to catcli the least whis
per of evil against a neighbor or indeed a
fViend ami "roll it as a sweet morsel under
their tongue," luow eagerly we hasten to
meet some of our "dear five hundred," to
tell what wc have heard with just a slight
addition until in twenty-flour hours' time,
the whimper with a few intiendues and a
slight shake of the head, 1ms growu to such
proportions as would fill a large volume,
not with the facts in the case; but false
hood. Lot us but hear the first faint note
of a brother or sister making a false step,
the news seems to leud vitality to our very
taing. How quickly wc hcur: "I told you
so," no matter how pure the life of that one
has been in the past, how many acts ot
kindness and words of cheer to the dis
tressed, we could not see or hear anything
that deserved our commendation but when
the clouds come, each vies with the
other to see how bitter they
can heli) to make the cup. What matters
it if the sorrowing one "sheds tears of
blood." Our tongues must wag and help to
make the burden heavier. Christian char
ity, you say, is a balm. Yes it is; but where
is it? How different the word of God
teaches: "If a man be overtaken in a
fault, ye which are spiritual restore such an
one in meekness, lest thou al?o be tempted."
Jesus said, "He that is without sin, cast the
rir.-t stone." What is it that lends such
beauty and lustre to the Christian religion?
Meekness, kindness and above all, charity.
If we were as diligent in seeking out
the good qualities of those around us, as
we are their faults, how much happier this
world would be. No one is entirely devoid
of redeeming qualities. Why not try to
cultivate the good wc find and strive to
help them to a higher plane, in place of
trying to drag them down by cold looks or
Why is it that so many professed Chris
tian women draw their silk and velvet
habits close to their form, and with averted
head puss by on the oth$r side when meet
ing one who perhaps in their estimation is
not quite as good as themselves? Y'et
perchance, may be living a truer life than
they; and some ot those women make a
loud ado of banding themselves together
for the avowed purpose of elevating woman
kind and trying to raise the moral standard
higher ! I say these very devoted ft iends of
humanity are often the first to hold up their
hands in holy horror on hearing of some
unfortunate one, and cry 'iway with them,
east her to the dogs !'' Ah ! my dear sister,
the one you profess to follow did not do
that way. Jesus says, "without charity ye
are as sounding brass, and tinkling cym
bals." Have you ever helped to send a
fellow being farther along to perdition by
simply withholding a kind word m their
hour of peril and distress, you might have
restored to society a bright and shining or
nament, what will it avail if you do attend
every means of grace, and fervently pray
with bowed head and bent knee! Do those
prayers reach as high as the throne of
grace, or arc they only lip service?
Dear reader are you a gossip or a
slanderer; if so, is "the skeleton in
your closest securely locked' or
has some pryin-r fi-iend fimnd a duplicate
key. and laid hare your heart? I trust not,
but nercr withhold the charity, you may
sorely need youi-self, at some future day.
But oil! how many whole souled men and
women there are whose kind words and
acts are as balm to the sorrowing heart,
and when the waters threaten to cmnilf us
in the blackening storm, how sweet is their
counsel and words of cheer. It makes
sweet some of the bitter drops in our cups.
Such are like the wayside violets to I he
wear)' traveler, full of sweet perfume.
OK TIIK CONDITION
ALKXANDEH COUNTY BANK OF
CAIHO, ILLINOIS, ON
MONDAY, Al'Itlli 5th, l-ttj.
Ijoaus and discounts $
Due from other banks
Cash on hand .
U. M. and other bonds
Outfit and furniture
Heal estate, including banking
Expenses and taxes paid
Total 110.50S W
IIA HII.1 1 1 l.S.
Capital stock paid iu $ 2.",','00 00
Surplus fund 3,79(5 59
Deposits 7S.114 !W
... I,:i07 01
Earnings since Jan. 1st.
Total 1110.503 83
We, Peter Neff, vice-president and Henry
Wells, casher, do solemnly swear that tho
above statement is true to the best of our
knowledge and belief.
i KTE It JNKFF, V UHM'reS.
IIf.nky WHLI.H, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before, mo this
(llh day of April, 1880.
j L. 8. Notary Public, v
m.' 1 1 a
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most cleanly and delightful article eyer in
troduced to the American people. It is
totally different from all others, not sticky
or gummy, and freo from all impure in-
gredients that render many other prepara
tions obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruff, causing the hair to growlwheiv it
has fallen off or become thin, does not soil
or stain anything, and is so perfectly and
elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting
hair dressing and toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druggists
at 75 cents a bottle, or six bottles for 4.
Principal Depot for United States, 3!10
North Sixth street. Philadelphia.
Fiiom Hox. Andrew Cornwall, ex
member of legislature. New York state,
Alexandria Bay, January 3d, 1880. II. II.
Warner & Co: Gents: I have leen
troubled with kidney difficulty for the last
three years, and in October last had a very
severe attack. I then commenced taking
your Safe Kidntiy and Liver Cure and ob
tained relief at once. I have used two bot
tles and feel as well as ever, and I shall al
ways keep a supply of Warners Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure in ihc house. Y'ours
truly, A. Cornwall.
Sh an't I Take a Bli e Pill? No, don't
take it and run the risk of mercurial
poisons, but when bilioua and constipated
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 and liver diseases. It acts prompt
ly on these great organs ami so restores
strength and vijor.
Bhown's IIoi'sehoi.d Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more 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,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should be
in every family. A tenspoonful of the Pan
acea m a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if prelerredi, taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
Mien Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
cd by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
fir Wnrm T.n7no-i.a nlHwoirrl. .tV.,.t.ia1 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
tit ollil, Tn..,.,.. ft.... 1
a mi ui, -uvL 'vl III? II fli..
Who is Mtts. Wi.vsi.ow As this ques-.
tion is frequently asked, wc will simply say
that she is a lady who for upwards of thirty
years 1ms untiringly devoted her time and
talents as a female physician and nurse,
principally among children. She has es
pecially studied the constitution and wants
of this numerous class, and, as n result of
this effort, and practical knowledge, ob
tained in a lifetime spent as a nurse aud
physician, she has compounded a Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest and health, and
is moreover, sure 'to regulate the bowels.
In consequence of this article MrJ.Winslow
is becoming world-renowned as a benefac
tor of her race; children certainly do rise
up and bless her; especially is this the case
in this city,. Vast quantities of the Sooth
ing Syrup are daily sold aud used here.
We think Mrs. Winslow iias immortalized
lu r name by this invaluable article, and we
sincerely believe thousands of children
have been saved from an early grave by its
timely use, and that millions yet unborn
will share its benefits, nnd uuitc'iii calling
her blessed. No mother has discharged
her duty to her suffering little one, in our
opinion, until she has given it the benefit of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Try it,
mothers try it now. Ladies' Visitor. New
York city. Sold by all druggists. 25 cents
Mit. Philip Hkmlinoek, an old sub
scriher to our paper and well-known in
lite whole surrounding country, inlormed
lis the other daw that his wife, who fur
two wearv vears had suffered with rheu
matism in the shoulder, during which time
she had been treated by several physicians
without success, had bceu completely cured
by a single bottle of Sr. .TacokVoh..
Bucyrus Ohio. Courier, Feb. 13, 187!).
A WONDERFUL CURATIVE AGENT.
THE M1CDICAT. VHUt ESOK iflK CEI.EDH ATKlt
HOT HPIttNOs OK ARKANSAS, WITH ELEC
TIltCITV, NOW AT YOflt OWN IHIOU AT
I am now fully prepared to furnish tho
celebrated Electro Vapor Baths at my office
on Commercial avenue, over BlacVs shoo
store. These baths equalize the circula
tion, warm the extremities, invigorate
the tired brain, quiet nervous irritability,
promote digestion, increase general vital
ity and cure acute and chronic diseases-
is unquestionably the best bath in the world
for general cleanliness as well as a curative
agent. It combine the virtues of licit,
electricity and aqueous or medicated vapor.
The baths are patronized by tho lest cluss
of society. Those who are healthy tako
them to kep well; tho Invalid to get well;
and all are croatly benefitted by their use.
Every form of disease fiuds prompt reliof in
these uuiquu and delightful baths. Call '
and be convinced. A lady attendant wiU
always be Im readiness to wait ou ladypa
, V. I8- Wal- (LJfARSAK.