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of the Inudlng buiilnt'is Uouaun whose tdvertUe
UFiilimajr be found la Turn Bullctim.
l 0. Ptier & Co., Commercial ivantta tad Nln
teentb strwt. r
A. D. WilllainnoD & Co.
Yoenm tt Uroilorio.k, W'snh. Ave., cor. Eighth.
Lk-uul O'I.oukIiIIb. Poulr, cor Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Murt'sn; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. 0. Joclyn, Klehth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. Wbltlwk, Vtt Commercial avenue.
LI qUO RS.
Kobt. Smyth, So. 60 Ohio levee.
II. II. Camlec. No. TOOblo levee (tip HtalrH).
Eouitalile Litis, of New York, corner Twelfth and
Willows anil Orphans Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commercial aveuue.
T DRUGCISTH-WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
Geo. E. O'Uara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Bank, tb and Couincrelal.
i'ltj National, Ohio levee.
Champion. Three 8tttU'.
Juno Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levi-.
BRACKET STORE. '
E C . Ford, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
(- RNEKAL DELIVERY open :3U a. m.; clonei
J 60 p.m.; Sunday: H to U a. m.
Money Order Department open at m. close
at ft p. m. " ,
ThroHKU EiproM Mailt via Illinois Central and
MUslxsippi liuuiral Railroad close at li::l p. m.
Cairo and I'oplar bluff Through and Way Mall
close at 12::) p. m.
Way Mall vfa Illinois Centra). Calm and Yin
rennet and Mlsa.ssippi Central JUllroadl close at
9:46 p.m. ,
Way Mail for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes al 8
(.iroand Evaniville River Route closes at d.Vi
p. m. da'.ij (except Friday)-
U yor-N . II Thistlewood.
Treasurer Edward Deaoula.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Coanaelor W'm. B. Gilbert.
Attorney William HenlriCiS.
IUUHD or ALOEKalt.
FirslWard-M. J, Howler
Second Ward -David T. Linear, C. R Wood-
Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles O. 1'atier. Jamea Kynaston
FV.ta Ward-T. W. iialllday, ErneM B. I'etttt.
Clrcalt Judjr-D. J. Baker.
CtrcnllCletK-J. A. Reeve.
Ctrauty Judn It. S. ocuui.
Connty Clerk S. J- Humm.
Coonty Attorney W. C. Mulki y.
Conulr Treasur!r Miles W. Parker.
Sherilf John Hodden.
Coroner- R. Kuwra.c.
County Coramii'i'ioners-r. W. Iialllday, J A.
M. Oikbs. Samuel Brlley.
VFRICN M. . Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar streets; services sabbath It
a. m and":1 p- in. J Sunday School 1 :30 p. m.
CHRISTIAN Eighteenth street; me.tliig Sab
bath 10:30 p. in.; preaching occasionally.
CHORCH OF THK REDEEMER (Episcopal)
J Fourteenth street; bumlev Morulni; prayers
10-rO a. m.; evenini; prayers. 7 p. m.; Sunday
ichool9:30 a.m. Friday vniui prayer ;: p. m.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIU'RCH.
Y Fnracblnif at 111:30 a. tn., :l p. m.. and 7 : p. in.
Sabbath school at 7:) P- ni. Rev. r. J. Shores,
1 UTHKRAN-Thlrteenth t'reet; services Sab
J i bath 1:30 a. ui.; Sunday school i p ni. Rev.
MKTIIODIST-Ciir. Elehth and Walnut streets:
PrcAchintj Hsbbath a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer mevtiutf, Wednesday 7:311 p. in.; Sunday
School, V a. w. Rev. Whlttaker, partor.
IJRBSBYTKHIAS-Einbth street; preachine on
Sabbath at a. in. and 7::p. m.; prayer
meetlnii Wednesday at 7:;)p. m.; Sanday School
at 3 p. m. Rev. B. V. Georu'e. pa'tor.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST - Flfteetth
street, between Walnut and Cedar streets; ser
vices Sabbath at 3 and T: W p. in.
ST. JOSEPH'S -flloinaii Caiho'.lo Corner Croon
and Walii'it sinels; ervices Sabbath 10::i0a.
m.; Sunday School at a p. in. ; Vespers 3 p. m.;ser
vices every day at p. in.
ST. PATRICK'S-ntoman Catholic) Corner Nlnih
street and Wnshlnctou avenue; services Sub
oath B aud 10 a. m.; Vespers 3 p. in.; Snuday School
t p. m. ; servlci every ilu' at S p. m. Rev. t . label,
Obtained for new inventions, or for Improvements
on old anea ; for medical or other compoumls, trade
Diarka aud labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
feretiMS, Appeals, Suits for Iurrincemeuls, and
nil casna arising under tin' Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that have been
I 1 ,,T tl,u I'atent Onico may still,
iXirjtl TAJ X l-ll' In most cases, hepntenlcd by
us BolliK opposite the V. S. Patent Ilepartment,
aud enpaued in Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, nud secure Patents mom
promptly, and with broader claims, than those wio
are remote from Washington.
IMVWVTI send us a model or sketch of
1 IN VIjIN lUJlO your device; wo make ex
aminations and advlso'ns to patentability, free of
char ee. All correspondence strictly contldentlal.
Pricea low, and no charge unless lV.enl ls-securd.
We refer In Washlnglon, to Uon Postmascer
General I). M. Key. Rev. V. D.Power. The Germnu
American National Bank, to olllrlals In the C. S.
Patent Ofllce, nnd to Senntors and Rupreseatativea
In CmiRrcss; and especially to our clients in every
State In the Union and In Canada. AddrM
O. A. SNOW Sc CO..
Ovposllo Patent Office. Washington I). C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
Jf ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
n.OlK, OUAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouri Mills
litest Ca,sU I'rlco Paid fur Wheat.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
i r . , ' i! r r i
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Thft Only Line Ruun.'uff Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making: DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Tkains l.t Cairo:
:J:UOh m. Muil.
Arriving In St. Louis i:K, a.m. : Chicago, 8:30 p.m.;
Couiiecling at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, IndlunHpolia and points East.
1 1 :ir n.m. St. Iouia hikI WcHtcru
Connecting at St. Louis for all potnta West.
li:HO p.m. Kust Kxpress.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
l'J;3 p.m., and fhlcajo 7:'ita in.
U:ZiO p.m. Ciiifimwitl KxprOHH.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:1.1 am.; Louisville 7:30
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:iJ a.ui. Paseners by
this truln reach the above points 1 It to .'It
UOl'RS In advauce of any other route.
Fast Time Kat.
l'KWPllOfINi '' ,ui "n t "'rough to lii.st.
i ui,n.iihii.i ,.rn points without any delay
caused by Snuduv intervening. The Saturday after
noon tram from Cairo arrives In new York Moudav
morning at l::r. Thirty-six hours iu advance ol
auy other route.
rEor through tickets and further inforiuation,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
Express ... : :)-, p i.
Accotnmodatiou.. :j:.vi j m.
S1'l 4:l a. in!
.(As. JOHNSON. J. II JONES,
(ien. Sonthern Aent. Ticket Agent.
W. P. JOHNSON, (teu. Passenger Agent.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. AV. HMITIIKIJH. KtHtivtr.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 Drouth Express leaves ( airo t:l5tm.
Through Express arrives at K. St Louis. 5:Wlp.in.
Through Express leavea E. Si Louis.... KMKia.m.
Through Express arrives al Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Murphysboroaiconiniodntioiileaves Cairo 1 :')0 p.m.
W .... I u .... : l . m. '
ai u-iuipouru .v.camves.Hi .uurpn) rsnoro , :.op.ni.
Murphysboro Acc. leaves Murphysboro. .. 5:(iua.m.
alurphvsboro Acc. arrivea at Cairo 11 VA m.
Th C.lm .( l I nnl. n.ii n.j . .1... n
Rail Itoute ttetuei-n Cnlro snrt St. t.nuiri iieHt-r one
management, therefore thc:re are no delays at
way atatious awaiting connection from othcr'lines.
Closi Mini surf rnnni.fiATi Si l.i.niy -ith
lines for North, Eact and U'est
J. A. NAV(iI.E.
L. M. JOHNSON.
qhio it Mississippi iv v.
1 u: 4
TIME T.WSI.K OK PASSK.ViKIt TKAINS KKOM
VINCENNES (Nov. 110, lS7t.)
No. i Day Express Except Suulac) ... l:!rtp. m.
No 5 Eipresst Except Sundav)
.. . I..... V r. . . I.'- t'...
" 1 Day Express I Except Sunday) 2:5i i. m.
3 Nluht Express iDally). . I:r. m.
.1. H. Cl 4I1K
V i .. V ,1. ... II 1. . .
Gen. Ticket A't Clncliiua:!
ST. LOUIS, I. M. it S. IV y.
f 'airi Time Tiiblo.
Texas Express jDiily 2:15 p . tn
Couuects at Charleston for Columbus.
Texas Expres Daily ?::).'ia. m.
Aceoininodatlon Dnilyl ,:Mi. In
OtUce and Passenger Depot No. !' Ohio Levee.
J. C. ZIM.MKU, Au.ut.
D. AxTEl.t.. Division Suvcrintenrieut.
Ilitiiihun: AmerlcHit PiieKet Compitnj'ti
Weekly Line of Steamships
Leaving New York every Thursday at i P. M.
I'OK ENGLAND, I'K.VNCE AND CEIIMANY.
Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rules. Eor
passage apply to C. Is. IUC11AUD A CO.. Celierul
1'asniigcr Ajs'euts, fil Broadway, New York, or tn
II WELLS, Cairo, Ills.
Q.AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On andftfler Monduy, .luno 111, the boat will make
the follonlnij trips:
LtCAVIta I.KAVXS LIAVt
Foot FonrtU at Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
H a. ni.
10 ft. in,
.' p. in.
4 p. ni.
n:M) a. m.
10:;in a. m.
V a. m.
:l p, m.
ft p. m
3 p. lit
WOOD AND COAL.
Q W. WHEELER,
Dealer In nil kinds of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Wasliinjfton aud
mi w -ir .n- -wr w w w w
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
ONE OP THE MOST IMPORTANT DISC0V-
of the nineteenth century, and -one that take
equal rank with the Invention or the telephone,
the electric light and other acluntlflc marvlet of
the a'. Is that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thla Compound possess the most remarkable
Ueallntr Properties of any kno-aii aeut employ
ed lor the purpose of euriujr
SOHES, WOUNDS, CUTS, DRI ISES,
Inflamed and abraded surfaces, and for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
Its cleansing propertlna remove all Impurities
that binder the formation of a healthy Hesh, and
tho work of cure coes on to completion with
most WONDEltFl'L HAPIDITV. Let no family
bcwithout a box of It In the house. PhvslciHn'a
extol iu virtues; and the the thousands who
havensed It. nulte in recommending It. Beware
Ask for Henry's Carltolic Salve, and take
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
(H) Sole Proprietors,
BARCLAY EROS.. wholesalB AjenH.
(A Medicine, not a drink.)
HOI'S, BUCI1U, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and llest Medical Qualities of
all other Bitters.
All diseases of the fltoiuaeh. Bowels, Illood,
Liver, Kidneys, und l uiiiarv Organs, Nervous
nes S!eeplessue and especialle Female Cora
pliiluts. fim IN (iOl.D
Will be puiil for a case they will uot cure or help
or lor anything linpuie or injurious fouud lu
Ask yonr Druesrlst for Hop Bitter and trv
them before you sleep. Take uo other.
Iloi'Coruii CinK is the sweetest, safest and
best. Ask Children.
The Hop Pad for Stomach. Liver and Kidnevs
is superior to all others. Ask Druggist. '
D. I. C. ii an absolute and Irresistable cure fur
dtnnkenness. use of opium, tobacco aud nar
cotics. Send for clrculur.
A)l above sold by drusrtjistB.
Hop Hitters Manufacturing Co., Rochester, N.V.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
ByCniTier, k25c Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
SIO Per Year, SIO
If paid Yearly or Seini-Yearly
mi "flf 11 11 11 J
A Column 8 Page Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
CiO , Per Year Ci'.") I (
,JJ IllAdvitliee r, .KJJ
To CLIT.S of FIVE or MORE,
f EiiO per Year.
The I i'lletinB fxdery
HLANK IJOOK WORK
Of all Kinds.
STEAM JO tt OFFICE
Estimates furnished and orders from
tiliro.id promptly attended to.
TwiKSIieet, Full Shoot, Half Sheet.
and Quarter Sheet Fosters and
Programmes, in Block or Colors.
Letter Heads, Hill Heads, Note
Heads, Statement, P.illa Lading, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding Invitations, Book Work'
Etc., Etc,, Etfl., Etc
Oiilv tho HE8T STOCK in
tho Market Ucd.
AdJrcus all Communications to E. A.
BVKNETT, Culro, llllnol.
MORNING, APRIL 13. 1880.
THK POWKR OK AKKK8TISO DISEASES
dlnplgyed by this prfcpanitlon 1h honorably ac
knowledged by tlic Jludieal Faculty In every iec
tton where it ban been Introduced; and the largo
aleli thu bent anaraiitpv of the extimation In
which it in held bv tlm public. Tain .Syrup will
euro I'ulmouary (.'oiiHUtnpiion in the tlm aud oc
ond HtuL'eH-wlll Rive (jrcat relief and prolong life In
the third Itwlll cure AMtlima.Hronchiti,Laryn(.'itiH.
aud Couch. It will cure all dlne-men originating
froBi want of lnuncular action and nertoini force.
For the effect produted by
FELLOW'S C0MI-OIIXD SYRUP OF
In DNeaM'Hof the I,un(f, the Inventor U permitted
to refer to the Medical Gentlemen of St. John Is".
B.. hhote wljfiiaturcM are attached hereto.
EDWIN HAYAKI), M
THOMAH WALKEIi, m D, Ru
JOHN BEKKV MAN ' s, En
dhjohnhtosk. l c
OKDKliK KEATOIt, m b
W II HAKDINO. m nCi
J D WHITE, MD
I, Aaiuis Alward, Mayor or thu C'ltyif St. John.
In the I'rfjvinco of Nuw UruuBwick.havinc examined
IheKinnaturenattatehed to theforegoiu" permit of
reference, hereby certifr thnt I b.llioiu !h..m .11
genuine. I can also testify to the high therapeutical
value ol Fellow'H Compound Kyrup of llypopliog
phites, and conaider it denervlug of Httentiou by
the profeFH'ou generally.
f ? 1,1 t-"timonv whereof. I have ln-reun-
(.reat to iet my hand and allhed my Seal of
I Seal I Mayorality.attheCItvof ht. John, this
; " ixthdy February, In tho vear of our
Lord one thoa.aud elijlit huudred and'nixty-eight.
Sold by all J3i-ui?ts.
rilVSICIAXS, CLERGYMEN AND THE
AH LI CT ED E VEtt Y W 11 ER E.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
Du Tt'TT bni succeed-
a tn com bin In it In thia
CUKE SICK IIEADACII
liiillH tbe heretofore an.
lasontKilc qualiti. s of a
Tbelrilrvt apparent ef
feet la to increase the ap-
C l'fti DVSl'EI'SIA.
(euie ny causing tbe
bod to properly ui"imi.
nourlBhed, and by their
jionio ai tlon on the digec
:ilve orgaiiH. regular and
licalthy evacuations are
ihe rapidity with
which the penonn take
CUKE FEVKK and Agu
n flesh while under the
influence of these pllln,
nniraie ineir auapta
lilily tonourihh the bod
. . henco their vfllrarv iu
uring nervous debl'llty,
CUHE BILIOUS (IMC
wastinir of the mnsclea
luggMinesa of the liver,
imparting health and
Mienglli to the system.
CU1IE TOKPID LIVEl:
M Murray Street,
Ci OR GOUT 1
V ACl'TK Oil CHItOMC
Manufactured only under the above Trmlo Ma
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PAWS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relbd warruntod. Permanent cure
Eimran'eed. Now exclusively used by all relebra
ted Phrnlchiti of Kurope and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless and Itoliahle Kemedy on both
continents. The highest Medical Academy of
Pans report t(.' cures out of 1K cases within threo
days. SecretThe only dlssolverof Hie poisonous
I'rlc Acid which exists In the Illood of Kiieumtitic
and (iouty Patients. $1 a box; n boxen for $5.
Sent to anv address on receipt of price. Indorsed
bv I'bjsUfiins. Sold by all Driutglsts. Address
WASH UU UN & CO..
Only Imiftrt'r' Depot sis Hroadwn, N. Y.
For Sale by ItAKCI.AY BKOS.. and Druggists
Ai n II AITCI IV
J. T. WAItltEN t CO.
0V& (Ifi W. Second St.
Foreign id Domestic dried and canned Fruits aud
Vcrc UljW Canned, dried and suit FUli. Pick
Ids, Kuuces, Oils and Condlineuti, Soup
tuffs, link lug Powders, ground and
lhole Spires. Tollut And Laundry
Soups, Heed, Jollies, I'rcsaiftm
T Fancy Groceries and Oro-
0 cera' Snudrlos.
Sj I tit unparalleled in tho Wet.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPn
Livkiipooi,, April l , 2,'i ,.. M,
Wlient unchanged Winter, 10s
8drsU8 Od; Spring, 10s 11a . 4d;
California, average, 10s 4d10a 101; Culi
fornia club, 10i lldUs 4d. Corn-
NEW YOIIK OHAI.V.
New York, April 12, 12:00 p.m.-Wheat-quiet-No.
3 Chicago, $1 23
1 27; No. 2 Milwaukee, 1 28
1 aO;Rc(l Winter, l 321 liSJ; No.
2 Red Winter, $1 371 08.
Corn quiet No. 2, Mf-M.
CmcAno, April 12, 10.00 a. m.
Whcat-May, 11 13; April, $1 U4&.
Pork-May, 10 25; June, flO 37.j.
Oats -May, 30; .
Corn-May, 30J; June, B0J,8'.
A coal-black charger A nt"ro entry
Sunday school teacher "Annie, what
must we do to be forgiven?" Annie must
It is a wiso Chinaman who knows liix
own cue after he I
Tlicv went fishing.
' O- .uit ii lUilliUlU-
ly at him and said : "I wish the fish would
bite at your hook; if I was a fish I would.'
A graduate of West Point who came
west to startle the countrv 1
J "J wuiitu IUUI
velous performances is now the traveliii"
agent for a corset factory. ,
An exchange praises a very large eg"
which it says was laid on our tableby the
Rev. Dr. Smith." Brother
be a layman as well as a preacher.
"Georgte," said a fond mamma to her
little son, as tliey were walking on the
beach, "see what a lot of nice little stones'"'
"Vcs." grumbled Georgie, as ho casta
searching glance around, "and not a living
thing to throw 'em at!"'
, A 3-year-old girl was taught to close her
cveuing prayer, during the temporary ab
sence of her father, with "Ami nt
watch over mv nana." U
sweet, but the mother's amazement may be
.imagined when she added, "And you'd
ut;iuT Keep nn eye on mamma too."
G RANT AND THE GERMANS.
iiiu ueniiiin revolt against Grant is
strengthening and intensifying. In Ohio
it is sufficiently formidable to preclude the
possibility of carrying that state lor the
third term candidate. As an judication of
the breadth and force ot the movement, we
note that the statement of M
editor of the Cleveland Anzeiyrer, the larg
est German newspaper in Ohio outside of
uncinnati. He says, to an intervipwor
that his paper has just declared itself
ugaiusj urant under an circumstances. If
that man is nominated wo cannot support
him. Any other Republican candidate we
shall uphold to the best of our ability, for
we are Republican to the core.
THE SHEEREST FOLLY.
Wise mm otten have foolish sons, nnd
the lion. Stephen A. Douglas was unusual
ly prolific iu this resnect. What linliort
Douglas has said about Gen. Orant carrying
South Carolina and Louisiana, if nominat
ed, is the sheerest folly that ever was utter-
(d. Louisiana has lost 10.00(1 votrr uinr-a
1870; and, what is far more more imnor.
tant, the Republicans have no longer con
trol of the election machinery of either
state. The southern Republican who
thinks any state in that section ran bn r.ir.
l ied for tho party usually pins his hopes on
some state he doesn't know anything about.
no ir is wuii .nr. liohcrt Douglas. Ho
makes no claims for North Carolina, where
he has lived for years, haying been appoint
ed by Gen. Grant; but boasts of LotiiMnmt
and South Carolina, where he never hns
been except as a visitor for a few days.
Q U A RTERLY STATE M E NT
OK THE CONDITION
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK OF
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, ON
MONDAY, APRII, nth, Iwmo.
Loans and discounts ft ROAM 80
Due from other banks 14,4:13 65
Cash on hand 551,105 71
U. S. and other bonds 000 00
Outfit and furniture 5,000 00
Real estate, including banking
house 8,547 55
Expenses and taxes pnid 1.1J80 12
Total 110,508 8iJ
Capital stock paid in $ 25,'JOO 00
Surplus fund 5,700 59
DepositH 7H.U4 3!1
Earnings since Jan. 1st l,:il)7 91
Total U0,508 83
We, Peter Noff, vice-president and Henry
Wells, cashor, do solemnly swear that tho
above statement is truo to thu best of our
knowledgo etnd belief.
Peter Nekk, Vice-Pros.
Hknut Wkliji, Cashier.
Subscribed und sworn to before mo this
(lib. day of April, 1880. .
. AMMtEIt COMINGS,
NEW SERIES NO. 250.
Is oitr Hair Falling or Tunxrao
Gray? "London Hair Color Restorer," the
most cleanly and delightful article ever ia.
troduced to the American people. It ia
totally difTerent from all others, not Bticky
or gummy, and free from nil impuro in
gredicnts that render many other prepara
tions obnoxious. It thickens thin hair, re
stores gray hair, gives it new life, cures
dandruff, causing tho hair to grow where it
has fallen off or become thin, does not soil
or Ktain anything, and ia so perfectly and
elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting
hair dressing aud toilet luxury. London
Hair Color Restorer is sold by all druggists
at 75 rents a bottle, or six bottles for $4.
Principal Depot for United States, C30
North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
From Hon. Andrew Cornwall, m
ruember of legislature. New York state,
Alexandria Ik)', January 3d, 1880. H. II.
Warner & Co: Gents: I have been
troubled with kidnoy difliculty for the last
three years, and in October last had s very
severe attack. I then commenced taking
your Safo Kidney and Liver Cure and o
tiiinml vr.ltnf .4 rvnnn T 1....... a i i
......v.. ni viiiu, i UUVU IIWII LWO IIOl-
tles and feel as well as ever, and I shall al
ways keep a supply of Warner's Safo Kid
ney and Liver Curo iu tho house. Yours
truly, A. Cornwall.
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective paiu destroyer in tho world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve paiu,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
... . i. r .,
iuo ou'.-ijgiu 01 nuy 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 Iks
in every family. A tenspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 23 cts. a lwttle.
Mccu Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
cd by worms. , Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,"
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can Ho no n(iuihL in.
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable cotuoination lias been successfully
used by physicians, and found tc be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
Rockiiiudue Illinois, June 7, 1879.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 5!) John St., New
York City : Dear Sira EuclosCd we send
you testimonial of the efficacy of your
Constitution Water" bv Hon. J. M. P.
Washburne, of this stato extensively
known throughout the United States
which you are at perlect liberty to publish
for the benefit of suffering humanity.
Yours respectfully, J. Kelly & Co.
Messers. J. Kellf.y & Co: Sire The
"Constitution Water" I bought of you is a
trood medicine, and I cheerfully recom
mend it to those afflicted with the disease
it is intended to cure. Respectully yours,
J. M. P. Washburne. Ask your "druggist
Thirty Years' Experience ok an Old
Ncrsk. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing STup
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rects' acidity ot tho stomach, relieves wind
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Full directions forusino- will nrrnmnnnir
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Kidney-Wort in hot weather sustains
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Itching Piles Symptoms and Cl'KE.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
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Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
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stamps, Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
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From a well-known citizen of Chicago,
' CincAtil, 111., Jan. 1, 1880..
II. II. Warner & Co., Rochester, N. V.r
Gentlemen. I havo used Warner's Stife
Kidney and Liver Curo with tho greatest
satisfaction. It is thu only remedy I havo
ever used that I can recommend to my
friends, as it has cured me of Bright'! Dis
ease of long standing, after haviug visited
tho Whito Sulphur Springs of Virginia
and trying innumerable so-called "reme
dies" of tho day. Haviug resided hero lor
forty-Hoveu years, my friends will bo glacl
rpseo this statement. The discoverer fa,
indeed, a public benefactor.
William II, Pattkiwon.
1491 WuboHh avenuej near Twcnty-nintlV