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MALI. AI Y KBTlH EM E.NT8.
A LI AUVKHT'SESJRNTS In thin column, ot
V vf llni! ear h or lets will t)u puMlf Iiotl for 4.1
juau utio insertion: time, fi) eouu; 1 wok, lm';
month, !.!; a months v Ittuuit chance, $100 pr
tionfb. Bach additional line, promt. Situations
1'IANO FUR SALE.
A. seven octave, nmo wood cute piano, four-round
corner and carvert ices, u good condition, lor tnu.
at a great bargain. Apply st the residence of M.
HOL'SK FOK HALE.
A one itory, roomed eottaite, roof nearly new,
llmluM all tfnuml run ho riniovml with little ca'
ptnsa. Reason for Boiling want the lot for other
purposes. APPiy CIO, .vt iumii, Mini - .
Punished room with board for ciitleimin nnd
wlfa or two ladle. Enquire-t thin office.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OIBc 1W (A. amercial avemie. Residence comer
FoHtcenth tit. and Waehinirton avenue,, Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Officii Mo. VVi Commercial Avcnno, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
D E N T 1ST.
Ol'fc'lf K Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
NOTARY ri HMC.
Notary 1'iiMie anil Conveyancer.
OFHH'S : With the Widow' and Oo.-pnans' JIu
oal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
o f f 1 c; K
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
yOUUM & mcUlJEKlUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Wa.liinston Avenue, Cor.
CAIKO. - - ILLS.
HE CITY NATIONAL HANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, Pn-fident.
U. L. IJALLIDAY. VlA-Prv-ideM.
TfluS W. HALLIDAY, Cn-hii-r.
S. TATS TAYLOR. W. T. HAI.MDAr,
UINBT L. IULUDAT, ' K. II. r.'NNINOIIAM,
U. P. WltXIANAMN, OTKI'IIXN mill),
II. II. ('AST)KS.
Exchange, Coin and United Statt-s Bonds
BOlHiHT AM) SOLI).
Dop.initereceiwd and s ir.-;u-rl hank'nit liiictni'ss
ALL SORTS, SIZES AM) STYLES,
Manularlurerof and Dealer InAlKo
TIN, COPPER & SIIf'.ET-IRON WARE
t'V'AU. KINDH OF Ji)B WoltK tiUNt TCI I IHK llJTJ
NO. 27, EKtHTH STllF.ET,
WWW AND COAL.
(J AV. WIIEELEU.
I :.iler Ir. ! kiudi t-f
Cord Wood, Stovo rood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Teatfli Street, lli'twccn Wnsliliuftiin ami
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Jforninff Daily in Southern Illinois,
ENTKHEP AT THE I'OST OFFICE IN CAIKO, IL
LINOIS, A3 SECOND-CLASS MATTEH.
OFFICIAL PAPKIt OF ALEXANDER COtTNTY.
Krnrat II. Thieleoke, City Kdltor
Sionai Owns, I
Cairo, III., April Kl lust). (
Time. Mar. Ther. Unm. Wind. Vcl Weather,
8 a m Stt.T-J
7 " W.T.I
10 " Sl."l
2 p. m.,u;4
Maximum Tompornturu. 803; Minimum Tern'
perature, tiSS; Rainfall 0 00 Inchs.
Hirer 32 feet 10 incite. Rise 4 inched.
W. II. RAY",
Serg't Signal Corns, U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thU column, fivu cents per line, each
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that lie lias perfected his nincliinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, ami is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building comers, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be filled without delay.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new, 40 inches
diameter, 2 1 feet long, with smoko stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke,
with heater, force and lifting pump; one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
saws and frames complete; one cut oiT saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring ma
chine; one power mortising machine; two
turning lathes; three Emery wheels.mounted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
illiam Lien IIOFF.
The "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. Chas. Shoennicyer, proprietor of the
Germania house, situated at the junction
ot Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash-
intgon avenue, .is prepared to
accommodate w a few more day
boarders at reasonable rates. The
table is first class containing always the
best the season ai!'.rds, and the general ac
commodations nflbrded are not surpassed
ly aiiy private boarding house in tip city.
Foit Sale For cash, u new two-hun-ired
dollar Mendelssohn piar.o, for 12",
and the freight from factory. Apply at
ICE! ICE! PURE LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field again
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
lie prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in any part of the city, every d:ty,
in any quuntity desired. Tiie fact that he
will give the business Ids personal super
visi n, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS. SEE YOU
It you want n perfect, natural and life
like picture of yourself rr friend in India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Liuhtfoot & Shelton, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on applica
tion. Call at Mrs. Stites', Seventh street.
Caiiio, III., April 2 1st, 10.
To the f't itent of Cnlro:
At E. C. Ford's Bracket Store, Eighth
and Washington avenue, some fine portaits
will he. on exhibition for a few days. This
is the work of the Celebrated Auburn Copy
ing company, r"prcs.M)ted in this city by
Lightfont k Shelton, general agents; E. C.
Ford, special agent. Call at once nnd' see
for yourselves t'lat this work is rncipi iled
and unexcelled. '
The undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared t turmsh our citi
zens a first rate quantity of ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicago, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will !, fur
nished at $1.2.") per gallon in quantiti s from
one gallon upwards. Rop.kp.t II f.wktt,
ILLINOIS CKNTUAI, It WUIO. ( (IM1'NV.
C.r.to, Ii.i.s., April 1? lsii,
Until further notice, rates of fiviubt over
the '-Cairo Short Line," from St. Louis to
Cairo will be twenty cents per hundred
pounds, and from East St. Louis to Cairo
sixteen cents per hundred pounds on all
classes, except gram nnd grain products,
which will bu fifteen an l one-half cents
per hundred from St. Louis, and eleven
and one-half cents per hundred from East
St. Louis to Cairo; and hay, bagging and
ties, and hog mid cattle products, which
will bo seventeen nnd one-half cents per
hundred pounds from St. Louis and thir
teen and one-half cents per hundred
pounds from Eat St. Louis to Cairo. Rates
from Caiiio to St. Locis and East St.
I.ocrs, S'ii!i(j as above. Jas. Johnson,
II. C. Dh Pl-i:. General Southern Ag't.
Agent I. C, II. R. Co.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SAT UK
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notice in theso columns, tun cents per lino,
Mr. 8. P. Wheeler is in Chicago.
Mr. Phil Saup opened his ico cream
parlors yesterday evening.
Mr. E. A. Burnett and lady will re
turn from St. Louis Sunday. ,
" -The family of Mr. M. B.IIarroll will, in
nil probability ,start for Chicago to-morrow.
Mr. Al. Sloo, who lias been absent from
the city for quite a while, is hero on a short
The city jail now contains seven men,
all of whom are in for fighting and drunk
enness. Mr. and 5Irs. Keifer leave the city to
day for Indianapolis, and will be absent
about six weeks.
We had the pleasure of shaking hands
with Mr. Wm. Stem, of Mound City yes
terdy, who was here on business.
Mr. Olmstead, our lately elected police
magistrate will, in all probability, secure
the- room occupied by Judge Bird while po
lice magistrate, and locate his office therein.
The city council has cauvassed the
vote of the late election and now, upon
taking the oath of office, the gentlemen
who have been declared elected will be en
titled to tlxMr scats.
Messrs. Moody and Sankey, who
passed through this city for the south Sun
day before last, are now at Baton Rouge.
While upon the ''sunny soil'' they have met
with even greater receptions than Grant
The fire alarm yesterday alternoon
was caused by the discovery that the line of
Mr. Koehler's gun shop, situated on Com
mercial near the corner of Tenth, was afire.
It was extinguished before any damage
We met Dr. Nowotney on the street
yesterday. He had accompanied Ids two
sons to town in order to see them safely off
on a boat. They go to. Minnesota, where
the doctor has purchased a large wheat
farm for them.
Notwithstanding the lact that it was
for more tempting out doors than in last
ninht, the number of ladies and gentlemen
who gathered in the Reform hall was very
fair. Mr. Miller, vice-president of the
club, presided during the meeting, which
was of the usual character.
Pat Fitzgerald a day or two ngo. re
ceived six or eight very handsome vehicles
for his livery stable, from Cincinnati. They
are of all kinds and sizes of the latest
pattern and sufficiently handsome to tempt
any one to ride to the ''end of the world''
Mr. Phil Saup has completed all pre
parations for the opening of the ice cream
season, and will hereafter have his parlor
open for patrons. He has recently refurnish
ed his elegant rooms with all necessary ap
pliances for the comfort nnd pleasure of all
lovers of cream and refreshments of any
kind, which he can furnish in any quantity
and of the best quality.
Our wide-awake and genial city clerk.
Foley, yesterday administered, in his most
polished style, the oath of office to Mr. B.
F. Blake. This having been done, Mr. B.
is now a full fledged alderman, and will
take part in the deliberations of the council
at the next meeting. Messrs. Saup, Ilinkle,
Swobo la and II alii lay will take the neces
sary ontli to-day or Monday.
Mr. J. R. Cunningham returned from
St. Louis yesterday, after un absence of
several weeks, looking remarkably well,
lie has ''come to st ay" nnd, being very pro
ticient in the law, will again engage in its
prac tice. In this connection we may as
well st ite that it is whispered that Mr. Cun
ningham contemplates making the race for
state's attorney at the coming election.
The new revenue law imposes a heavy
penalty upon those who delay the payment
of their taxes beyond May 1st. There is no
escape from this penalty; and the collector,
having no discretion in the m atter being
unable to relieve or commute delinquencies
has asked us to give this last notice to
delinquents that they must pay. They
must pay or suffer the consequence of their
The clouds prevailing yesterday fore
noon, as classified by the meteorologist, nre
known ns cihhoks, (cat's tail), and cisiio
(TMVM's or mackerel sky. They were high,
thin-broken, fleece-liko clouds, in part more
or less grouped and regularly rounded
Later in the day tho mmucs clouds appear
ed gray-tinted and ragged-edged, and are
known as the rain clouds. After dark the.
sky was clear.
--Posey Price, is n white man, who yes
terd.iy morning forgot that tin-re was "woe
unto him that rises up early in the morning,
that they may follow strong drink, that
continue until night 'till wine influence
them," nnd having forgotten this, got
drunk and insulting. Officer Sheehan ar
rested him nnd Squire Robinson lined him,
but not having the money to pay the fine, he
was generously given a "stay" l-y the court.
The Jonosboro Gazette announces thai
Gen. Lewis B. Parsons, will not be a candi
date for the Democratic nomination for gov
ernor, and that R. A. D. Wilbanks, of
Mount Vernon, is not a candidate for secre
tary of state, but will be elected to tho leg
islature. The Gazette says: John II. Ob-
erly is a young, energetic man not an old-
timer of the offic seeking school. It he
ORNING, APRIL 24, 1830.
is tho Democrat nomlneo, lie, will be tho
next governor of Illinois.
Ackorman, of tho Carboudalo Observer
doth wickedly, If not sacrastically say: ''It
filled the heart of a patriot with joy to seo
Brother Harroll hold tho umbrella over Gen.
Grant's head at Cairo; nnd then to hear tho
stentorian voice of John II, Oberly yelling
"hurrah," with an unction that lifted ' him
clear off. theground. Well it was just a
lectio too much adulation for "Caesar."
Fact is you can't almost always tell what a
good sound Democrat won't do."
ThoPaducah News thus jujjly compli
ments Mr. M. B. Harroll : "Mr. Moso Har
roll has sevecod his connection with Tiif.
Caiiio Bclletin, and nfter a residence in
that place ot thirty-odd years will move to
Chicago. Mr. Harrell's "good bye" is
printed in The Bn.LrrtN of Tuesday, and
is a characteristic paper. It contains much
that is calculated to do good nfterthe writer
has left the place he has helped make by his
Dr. D. P. Juett, of Blandville, who has
paid frequent visits to Cairo and who there
fore is acquainted with not u few of our
people, has, with this week's issue of the
Blandville Press, severed his connection
with that journal. In taking leave of the Press
he says: "The only pleasure I have ever
derived from the publication of a newspa
per here, was from the consciousness that I
was contributing to the building up and im
provement of the county of my adoption."
While connected with the Press he wrote ns
he felt and doing so, always wrote well.
About three hundred delegates, mostly
colored, attended the Georgia Republican
convention at Atlanta. Probably a noisier
and uglier crowd never assembled on this
planet. Under the manipulation ot repre
sentatives of Grant, Sherman and Blaine,
the darkies found themselves in Let water
from the beginning to the close of the
meeting. By joining forces and exercising
a little sharp practice the Blaine and Sher
man factions managed to secure the organ
ization, after which an adjournment was
Owing to the decline in the price ff
iron the manufacturers have asked of their
employes a reduction of wages, unJ accord
ing to a dispatch from Philadelphia, "the
reduction has been or will be ma le with
out a strike, or other show of hard feeling
on the part of either men or manufacturers.
We are glad to note this amicable conces
sion on the pait ot the iron-workers. It
presents a strange but agreeable contrast to
the sulkv conduct ot certain bosses, who,
during the advance in prices, persistently
refused to make any advance of wages to
their employes. The "business boom" is
over. War prices for pro iuction, mid war
wages to the producer cannot, an I will not,
While we know that some of our young
attorneys do not feel offended at our article
in yesterdays issue concerning them, we
i:ki.ieve that none of them do. But to do
them justice we must say that men w ho are
more studious or generally respected are not
to be found in this city. The practice our
young lawyers receive is very
flattering to theui, indeed, anl
compares very favorably with that of older
attorneys, nor is it confined to the lower
courts, but at every session of the higher
courts they appear before them in criminal
and civil rase of great importance
and although they have to tu-sel with older
talent, thty generally manage to bring their
clients out first best. This is a known fact
and we make mention of it, not to flatter i
them, but because it is a fact.
The heavy rains of last week have
raised the water in the lower Mississippi to
such a stage that the gi'"atest anxiety is
felt along its hanks over the condition of
its levees. From southern dispatches we
learn that the danger is imminent. Any
thing like a general overflow, such as is
feared, would, ot course, be a staggering
blow to the sugar planting interest and
wouid involve the loss of a large amount
of capital. The upper rivers have been
falling steadily for some days past, but this
will not furnish any immediate relief,
since there is a vast quantity of bark
w ater in the innumerable lakes and bayous
which will lie released by n decline in the
main river, and the fall in the south, there
fore, must bo very slow. The next week
or two will toll the story.
A number of influential men in the
city held a meeting night before last tor
the purpose of doing something towar 1 the
organization of the much talked for and
much needed Alexander county Horse and
Fair association, the charter of which was
granted by the proper authorities some time
ago. Among matters of minor importance,
commissioners were appointed and instruct
ed to.aoticit subscriptions t stock in the
concern. Up to lat night, Messrs. Jno.
Sprout and Pat. Fitzgerald had succeeded
in getting subscriptions to the
amount of two tliousuvl dollars
and there can be no doubt that fifteen thou
sand dollars can readily be secured and the
organization effected to the great benefit of
cuery one of our businessmen and
also the farmers round about us,
As is well known.the grounds have already
been secured and action taken to place
them in proper condition. Citizens should
not fail to loud all possible aid and immedi
ately, anil thus bring ahout the speedy or
ganization of the association. It is unneces
sary to enumerate tho blessings which mint
result from the successful opertation of the
association for thoy are clear and self-evident.
Mr. Davis ho who edits tho Sun is
pleased to term our article In yesterday's
Bclletin concerning young attorneys, "an
attack" upon those gentlemen and blubbers
forth, in his usual style, something about
their right to pursue their professslon and
then winds up by "protesting" against such
a "prostitution" of journalism In short, he
looses his temper about a very insignificant
matter which does not concern him and
about which those who nre concerned are,
like sensible men, indifferent. No one
kney better than tho old gentleman
himself, that wo wrote tho
article in a vein of hu
mor without intending to injure our young
attorneys or enst a reflection upon them;
but if he did not know this, we ask the
shades of Archimedes, Bacon and Hegel to
look down upon our poor befuddled co
temporary in pity, nnd judge him not too
harshly, we pray, for old ngo has bereft him
of his faculties. If he did not know this,
we again say, he should trade (iff his head
for a pumpkin or himself for a cockroach,, in
order that he might be the better able to
judge of our writings for in bis present
state he displays an incompetency in this
regard which the public deplores.
An employe of Ben. Thistle wood's
livery stable yesterday at about noon, took
one of the horses from the. stable and mount
ing it put out for Mound City with much
haste. One of the boys connected with the
stable seeing this remarkable conduct and
notifying Mr. Thi?t!euood. was at
once sent in pursuit of the
runaway. The boy's liorvj being it fleet
one, the fellow was overtaken three Utiles
above this city, but refused to surrender
the horse, and it was not until the boy re
ceived a good thrashing that l.e gaine 1
possession of hi;u. Upon bis return to this
city with the horses, Officers Hgan and
Sheehan were put upon the trail of the
would-be thief and capture 1 him at
Mound City, but the fellow male hi es
cape, we are told, just as they nearcd the
city. Believing that tie was in the city
search was then made for him by the offi
cers and, after some search, Chief La Hue
and Officer Scl.uckers t'-r.tid him aboard
one of the stcaniersjat our wharf and arrest
ed him. After the wrong, w hich had been
clone Mr. Thistlew 1 was righted in S"::ie
way the fellow was petmitted to go "wither
P. S. We heard several storu-s abotst the
affair nnd although tin ting it difficult to
get at tne trutn, believe the above- is ab..ut
A POET PLAvri'.BER
Will Now I.AM, I ' I MILS N o' II CUV-lA!!..
George Woods, t,a Irisli j.ia ri-r, who
lauded here from Memphis a week or ten
days ago, has, cur since his arrival here,
been loitering ahout the streets in a half
drunken condition, and having no visible
means of support, was yesterday arrested
by Officer Weioten ar.d taken before Squire
Robinson fur trial. It came out duilr.g the
trial that, b-'ing
had, during the past few d iys. g ,th- fr,,m
from house to house an I i-egged flour, tei,
and such other articles, an 1 ha i .,;.J t!. in
and bought drink f t t!.-.-m .my obtained
therelbr. Tnis being the cae, and the
Squire recognizing the fellow's fax- as one
familiar to him, he was tine 1 fifty do'.; t;
and being poor j 'ir.-e, w.t, .;nt t , j u;
for lift) -one da) S.
Tito following c imposition i, cf
his own m ike, anl considering a!!, is
"pretty good." Iu the neir future h- pro
poses to write up S quire K ibiuson.
A FEW SON') ON TiiK ( UfKI.TV Ol- I It;-. MI SI
Ctl'.VL Col li lS.
I am a roving plasterer that has traveled
far an l near.
I've just arrived from Memphis after being
there two years.
I had tile yellow fever from which I suf
So keen away troni Meiuolus. all ou I do
The ncii folks have money and soon can
While the working class is poorer an 1 with
the nuisance had to stay.
The state f Illinois and Kentucky, too,
likewise ul I Mo.,
And nil the states sent their contributions,
to the poor people there.
But the authorties of Memphis they took
the lion's share.
The first year of the fever, when the gener
ous gifts had come,
The'y choose Shepherd to distribute them,
but he missed the nobler ones.
He lived oil' the profits, so did many more,
That never gave a cent to the suffering
Now the cause of these fevers, to you I will
The Memphis courts are poisoned and God's
So He sent the scourge to purify their hearts.
So the innocent and guilty together had
If a poor stranger calls there I pitty his
He is dragged before the judge it's
true ns 1 relate
He is tried before twelve jurymen for the
breaking of tho laws.
No matter how iniioscent in them they will
find a flaw.
Then lie is sent to Forrest's farm whtre he
will Hiiffcr sore,
With clubs and straps, be is whipped to
death as they did many more.
The bodies of sixty victims calls lo their
God this day,
l r vengeance on" old Forrest, who took their
The Voltaic Belt Co., Maiishall,
Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro
Voltaic Belts to tho nlllicted upon DO days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
From tho Louisville Courlor-Jouruiil.
Old Kentucky has long been noted for
big men, with big hearts, but tho biggest
thing ever attempted by dame nature was
tho production of the Kentucky giant,
Martin Vun Ruren Bates, who first saw the
light of day In tho littlo twon ot Whites-'
burgh, Letcher county, in eastern Ken
tucky, on the morning of November 3rd,
140 just thirty four years ngo; and to
day this selt-samc individual stands among
men tho Saul of his race, weight 478
pounds, and In height seven fe eleven
and a half inches; and Appollo Belvedere
In form, perfect in proportion and a physi
cal Goliath, at all times a pleasant, affable
gentleman nnd a perfect picture of manly
grace. Capt. Bates, as he is now known,
left Kentucky in 180?, passing through
Louisville on his way to England, remain
ing there until 1S70, amassing a fortune
and spending his time in the pursuit ot in
telligence concerning the history of the
mammoth men who were said to exist in
ancient days, but finally came to the con
clusion that Kentucky had produced the
largest specimen of mankind that the world
had ever seen. While in England he nu t
that Brobdiguaginn lady, Miss Anna Swan,
the English giantess, whom he married in
London on June 17th. 171. Mrs. Bates is
thirty-one. years of age and weighs 41-'l
pounds, an 1, as if by some special decree,
is exactly the same height as her gigantic
husband. Together they are a handsome
couple, perfect in form and feature, highly
cultured and an interesting sight to behold.
Their combined weight is Ml pounds, and,
us they move among common humanity,
towering like olossal pyramids, they in
spire one with a feeling of wonder and ad
miration. Capt. Bates now returns t Ken
tucky after an absence of many years, hav
ing traveled in many climes f.nd visited
neatly all the crowned heads of the old
world. Himself and wife are important
features of W, W. Cole's grat circus, and
can be seen without extra charge in that
mammoth exhibition enterprise, which is to
exhibit in Cairo, Saturday, May 1st, atter
r.oon an evening, using the wonderful
electric light as an illuminator.
LIST OK LETTERS I'.LMAtNIN'i f.VC LM.1
KiT. IN Mil. ro-roKKK ;. AT CAIKm, ILL.,
Al'IUI. 2t.il II. lVJ.
Barrett, Emma; Couch, Rachel: Currier,
Cynthia; Debow, Emma; FMicr. Fannie:
Flcmwing, Allie H.: Gallowpe. Narccssa,
Green, Lizzie; Gurry, M.itil la; Hill, Lily
P.; H-.lien, Grace; Jones, Martha; L n:i
vi. Ellen; M -ekler. Ellen E.; McComi-ll.
Cordelia; Markle, Jane: Parker, Moilie;
R.:sh. Cythia: P.'-ed. S pin t; Rogger-. Ba
ker; Ross. Lisha; Scott, Maria; Stovall, Co
rah; Smith, Miry; Scales. Mary; Spann,
W. Il.iStor.... Cordelia. Sharp. Millie; Ur
ly. L.; Webster, Meivm; Walker, Ida:
Wilson, Nat ay I.
A bit, Willie; Brown, John; Ii A lis,
Cor.; Ben:erje-sy, (.'has; Berry, High;
B'Tger, T. S ; ('ociieran. C; Clark, Willi-;
IVcker & Bros.; Edwards. Haywood;
Foley, John; Fishei, Ferlman; Frier,
John ; Gi'.l, F. M.; Green. James. IIoM s,
A '.ex; Haeffelc. Christian J.; ! e- u,
("urly: Ilurl.rt Eld; ililht'ni, G. A.;
Hooper, Thomas; Jefferson, Thomas; John
son, M '.-s'.'i Jackson, JohnCh; Johnston,
J j!iu K.; Johnson, Edward, James, A.;
L'-uis. Gyre's B. ; Lin hay, Albert; Mre
Gran; Maryland. Geo. eh; Mc-ten, Geo. ;
Martin R. If.; Moore, Page; McCormick;
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G. W. M( ICkaio, P. M.
Gii.Ks' Liniment Iodide Ammonia cures
neuralgia, fate ache, rheumatism, gout
frosted feet, chilblains, sore throat, erysipe
las, bruises, and wounds of every nature in
man or animal. The remarkable cures this
remedy has effected classes it as one of the
most important and valuable remedies ever
discovered for the cure nnd relief of pain,
From over-exertion, I contracted a pain,
across my loins. My sufferings were in
tense. One bottle of Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia cured me. T. B. Met See,
('. inductor N. Y. and New Haven R. R.
Giles' Pills cures suppression.
As a Ct itK foii Piles Kidney-Wort acts
by overcoming in the mildest manner all
tendency to constipation; then, by its great
tonic and invigorating properties, it restores
to health the debilatod and weakened parts.
We have hundreds ot certified cures,
where all else have failed. Use it and suf
fer no longer.
Ho w to Ge.ow Fat. Just now when so
many fat people are trying to grow lean, we
would suggest that it would be a good idea
for lean ones to try and grow fat. To do
this keep the bowels and liver regulated
with Mott's Liver Pills, anl your digestion
will be good, nnd yon grow tat rapidly.
Till A L..
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tlui lite of OriiM. try lleuch'ii Improveil Kb-clric
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