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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1830.
ALL ADVEKTISKMKNT8 In till, column, ol
dv Mum 1'nrh or lH will tic piiblMied loril
jenu onti inwrtloajS ilmi-a. N) ci-ntu; 1 vm-lc. Wi
month, 1 Vi; U month without change, fl.oO l" f
moid. Kacli additional Hue, prorata, rllltiatioua
1'IANO FOIl SALK.
A (oven octave, nxewooil cane piano, four round
cornor and carved h'K-I" tf01"1 condition, for nilu
at a great bartfiilu. Apply ' t" reaidiuicu of M,
HOUSE FOH SALE.
A onu niory, S ronmod cottaite, roof nearly new-,
timber all found. Can be removed with lltllo vx
u?um. Keawm for Milne want the lot for oilier
purpoc. Apply at No, 32 Tenth, near Wu"lilllK
Fiirnlahrd ronin wlili board for tfmitluumn and
Wife or two ludii'H. Kuiiulruat thla office.
8tor and dwelllne houee formerly occupied liy
Phil. S. limey, nt Ureeutield' Lauding, Mo. Ap
ply to lr. Orccu field.
II. MAHEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic I'll ysician and Surgeon.
Office 140 Oi. amprclal aveuiio. Residence cornor
Fourteenth St. nud WaaUinjrton avenue, Cairo.
J)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omc No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)It. W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue-
HO MAS LEWIS,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFKICE:-Wltti the Widows' and Oorpnana' Mu
aal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
o F f i c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
YOCUM it BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenuo, Coi'
CAIRO. - - ILLS.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY.l'rcld.-nt.
H. L. 1IALLIDAY, Yli-e-l-rcniriit.
THUS. W. HALUDAY, Ua-liler.
a. STAATH TAVLOH. W. V. IIAU.II-AT,
HENKV L. UAU.I1MV, K. II. I CNNIM11UV,
WU.UAJIi.llN, HTKI'UKN Kllll),
II. U. CAMOCS.
Exchange, Coin and United States Honda
UOUOIIT AND SOLI).
Don.iHltf received and a general hanking bin-Inn.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AM) STYLES,
Mauulactiirer or and UuiiUt InAlmi
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
. IJT"AU, KINtia or JOB WoHK BllNB TO HIIIIEKQl
NO. 27, EUillTH STRF.F.T.
CA1UO, : Il.UXOI
WOOD AND COAL.
(j AV. WUKKLER,
Dealer In n!l kludMil
Cord Wood. Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington id
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Only Morninj Daily in Soutliorn Illinois.
F.NTF.RKI) AT TUB POST OFFICE IN CAIHO, IL
LINOIS, A9 BUCOND-CLA8S MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPKIIOF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Krnt'at II. ThlKlooko, City Hdltor
8io ai Ornc, I
Cairo, III. April IHnd f
Time, bur. Thor. Uura. Wlud. Vtl Weather.
A a. iii mm
7 " Vtl.tM
a p. m.,-,n.vi
Maximum- Temperature. 83 o ; Minimum Tern
perHturu, 710; Hiilul'all 0 HO India.
Hlver 3J foet 10 lucho. Fall 8 Inched.
W. II. RAY,
Scrir't Slsnal Coma. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tlilf column, flvo cents per line, each
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
that he has perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be tilled without delay.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
tho following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly now, 40 inches
diameter, 24 feet long, with smoke stack ;
one erfgino 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 f saw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma
chine for bed posts and rails; one self-feed
slat tenanting machine, one boring tna
chine; one power mortisiug machine; two
turning lathes; three Emery wheels.niounted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 inch
line shafting with pulleys. For price en
quire at Furniture Factory.
Thf. "Active" cooking stove, the best
ever brought to this market. Call ami see
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. Chas. Shocnmeycr, proprietor of the
vS-rmania house, situated at the junction
t Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash
intgon avenue, is prepared to
accommodate a few more- da
boarders at reasonable rates. Th6
t:ible is first class, containing always the
best the season affords, and the general, ac
commodations afforded are not surpassed
by any private boarding house' in tip city.
Fon Sale For cash, a new two-huu
dred dollar Mendelssohn piauo, for $T23,
and the freight from factory. Apply at
ICE! ICE! PURi LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter the field again
lliis season, with his bx wagons, and will
be prepared, as formerly, to furnish pure
lake ice, in auy part of the city, every day,
in any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give the business his personal super-
vi.-L n, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will be promptly, faithfully and satis
SEE TOUltSKLF AS OTHERS SEE YOl'
It you want a perfect, natural and life
like picture of yourself or friend in India
ink and water colors, albumen ink or oil
on canvass, give Lightfoot & Sheltou, who
represent the celebrated Auburn Company,
your order. If not satisfied, no charges.
Agents wanted. Special terms on nppiie.v
tion. Call at Mr-. Stites", Seventh street.
Cairo, III., April 21st, lso.
To the elliciiN of Cairo:
At E. ('. Ford's Bracket Store, Eighth
and Washington avenue, some tine purtaits
will be on exhibition for a tew days. This
is the work of the Celebrated Auburn Copy
ing company, represented in this city by
Lightfoot it Slielton, general agents; E. C.
Ford, special atrent. (.'all at ones and see
fur yourselves that this work is tneqiialcd
Tin-: undersigned will, on and after
May 1st, be prepared to litrmsh our citi
zens u first rate quantity ot ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
ChicttL'O, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to auy 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 be fur
nished at $1.25 per gallon in quantitie s from
one gallon upwards, Ruiilut Hewktt,
ILLINOIS CKNTIt.U, H VtLHOAII CUMl'AN V.
Cuito, Ills., April 17 lssi).
Until further notice, rates of freight over
tho "Cairo Short Line," from St. Louta to
Cairo will be twenty cents per hundred
pounds, and from East St. Louis to Cuiro
sixteen cents per hundred pounds on all
classes, except gram mid grain products,
which will bo fifteen and one-half cents
per hundred from St. Louis, and eleven
and one-half cents per hundred from East
St. Louis to Cairgjj and hay, bagging and
ties, and hog and cattle products, which
will be seventeen and one-half cents per
hundred pounds from St. Louis and thir
teen and ono-half cents per hundred
pounds from East St. Louis to Cairo. Rates
from Cairo to St. Lolis and East Sr.
Lous, same as above. Jas. Johnson,
II. C. Dk Pce, General Southern Ag't.
Ajont I. C. R. R. Co.
Stuart's Popular Cash Dry Goods House
is offering the most complete assortment
of Lisle and fabric, gloves and lace mitts
ever shown in this city. Lisle thread gloves
Irom 10c per pair up. Ladies' ull silk mitts
in blue, black, pink, whrto and ccra at 73c
To my old customers and as many nsw
ones who read this, greeting: I am pre
pared to deliver in any part of the city ieo
of best quality and at the lowest possible
price. I respectfully solicit your patron
age and guarantee satisfaction. ' Ice box on
Eighth street, next to Bristol's, open at all
hours, day or night. Orders filled either
from wagon or at the ice box.
We will show on Monday morning,
April 20th, the most complete line of white
goods ever shown by us. White Swiss from
10 cents up. Stvart.
1,000 new fans from 3c to o. See old
fans at 10c worth doublo the money. Also
uew lines of parasols and sun-umbrellas at
popular prices, Stuart.
The Cairo & St. Louis Narrow Gauge
railroad is in first rate running order and a
trip over the road, all daylight, through
some ot the finest farming country in Illi
nois is made very pleasant by careful, cour
teous conductors and other employes, easy
riding cars, and quick running time. Am
ple time (21 miuutes) is given at Percy
station for the hungry to obtain a good sub
stantial dinner. This is the only long stop
made on the trip.The balance of the ride is
very nearly a steady run, the consequence
is, the road is doing a good passenger busi
ness. Elegant line of Victoria lawns, 12c. toe,
I6c, and 20c, genuine bargains. Plaid
and checked Nainsooks at 15c and 20c;
very cheap. Plaid and stripped Organdies
and India lawns! elegant goods. Goo.t ar
ticle white Pique at 8'j'c, 10c, 12c, and 15c,
old prices; also 100 pieces uew etnbroidrise,
20 per cent, less than same goods can be
bought for elsewhere. 50 pieces lawns in
new patterns at 10c. Close cash buyers of
dry goods are Invited to give our stock a
careful inspection before buying.
GRAND DRAMATIC ENTERTAIN
MENT. "SUNOS OK SKVKN"
Fur the benefit of the Public Library.
Thursday, April 2!', at the Atheneum.
Tickets 25 cents. Reserved seats 50 rents.
Tickets to 1)0 procured at Hartman's and at
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notice in tlu"t!
cj1u:uuh, ten ci!i: i.t line.
Mr. Wm. Moiris. of L'llia, was in the
The usual services will be conducted
iu all churches tO'dav.
A store and dwelling housa at Green-
hold s lauding, Mo., is lor rent, see our
small ad. column.
Among the notable events of the day
yest-rday was the presence of the Missis
sippi Central pay car.
The K. M. K. C's have sent out in
vitations tor a dance m their hall o:i the
night of Friday next.
"Old Trim's" Dongola letter arriving
t'M late for this issur, it will not appear in
this week's Welklv Bulletin.
Our "library column," which will he
found on the stoii.1 pae, contains nuitti r
which is interesting and readable.
Two drunken men, white, arrested by
Officer John P. Hogan. were lined one dol-
i! an I costs each by S piir,' Robinson.
The communications from the country
winch we publish in this isiie prevent the
ai'pe.iraiiee ol our usual amount ol local
Besides officiating in the morning,
Rev. Kimppc. of the (Jen.. an Lutheran
church, will preach an English sermon ju
Gunsmith Koeliler i having his busi
ness House on i otnmerciai decoratou witn an
attractive sign which, when completed, will
proclaim to the world his whereabouts and
The numerous pupils composing the
muse class of Miss Ida Harrcil, presented
her with a beautiful copy of Mrs. Hemau's
poems finely illustrated, as a "token of
their regard for her as a teacher and
Mr. C. A Saup, who left this city tor
Zatfvilles, Ohio, lately, for his health, is,
we are ptoaiM to icarii, improving, From
the iiiesville Era we see that he expects
to rem tin in that burg until sometime in
"Why didn't Mike 0'I)"imel make the
al lermanic race iu tho Fourth ward;" was
the question asked of us yesterday, We
don't know why he didn't make the race,
but take this opportunity of saying that,
while Mr. Swoboda is an excellent gentle
man for the position, Mike would have
made a "staving" alderman.
As will be seen from a local advertise
ment on thispago.a dramatic entertainment
will be given iu the Atheneum, oa Tues
day evening next.tor the benefit of tho Pub
lic Library. The very best home talent will
be utilized in tho entertainment and since
it will be given for so lnudible an object, it
can not fail to ho success from a financia
stand point, and wo are satisfied that it wi
be so from every other staud point.
Wo yesterday received through tho
postollice from Clear Creek some very fine
samples of wheat from tho form of Mr. J
S, McRavon. Mr. It. is one of tho enter
prising and substantial men of this county
and we must say of his wheat that wo
have never seen any superior to it in any
A white female, named Mrs. Jennie
Shannon, was brought before Squire Robin
sou yesterday upon a charge of "disorder
ly" und, liko all of her class, she vehement
ly declarod her innocence, and" did "swear
it uutil her affirmance did breed a doubt iu
the mind of tho Squire. She was fine
five dollars and casts, which she paid.
The twenty-second annual meeting
of the Illinois State Sunday School con
vention will be held in Galesburg, Tuesday
Wednesday and Thursday, May 11, 12 nn
BJ. Each cnuuty in the state is entitled to
ten delegates. This is the centennial anni
versary of Suuday Schools. Robert Raikes
organized the first Sunday School in 1780
onu hundred years ago.
Geo. Olmstead, Major Hinkle and Peter
Saup took the oath of their respective of
tlces yesterday City Clerk Foley adminis
termgthe oath. It was Butler who said
that "oaths are but words and words are
but wind," but whether this is true or
not, Foley administers them with
such solemnity that we have come to
regard him ns an expert in the business and
propose to run him for the office of police
magistrate at the expiration of Geo. Olm
The old gentleman of the Sun, who
has a remarkable talent for saving a great
deal of nothing in a very bungling manner,
is apparently satisfied with our "explana
turn" about the "young lawyer item." At
least we infer so from his silence. We
want to speak with the utmost respect
about the old gentleman, but must suy
that he never criticises our iftuns without
reminding us of Artemtis Ward, who once
began a speech bv saying: "Ladies and
gentlemen, I possess a gigantic intellect
l.'Ut I haven't it with me."
r rom a circular received through the
mail from llarrishurg yesterday, we learn
that a Mr. C. G. Hayes proposes to com
meuce the publication of a Democratic
new-paper to be called the Saline County
Democrat, at llarrisburg, about the 20th
day ot April, ly). We I iave not the honor
of Mr. Hayes' acquaintance but being :
Democrat, we extend to him our go,,
right hand and wish him all the success
which usually crowns the efforts of Demo
cratic publishers, and more too.
At nearly all the local village dec
uor.s iii mis state tne issue was -lair an-t
square" on the question of granting license
to li.pior sellers. As far as heard from, the
anti-license party was generally successful,
and this sentiment is on the increase. Anti
license officers were elected in IVis, l'r-
hana. Mt. Morris, Mr. Vernon, Tolono,
Galva. Wenona, Mason City, YorkviHe,
Sandwich, Clinton, Fanner City, Streator,
Paxton, Chatworth, Delavan. Lnvingston.
.Macon. Niubbous, Assumption, Turner
Junction. Sheldon and Mansfield. License
was successful in Mattomi, Sycamore,
iHviu'ht. O lei!. Minonk. Chenoa. Stanford,
Mt. Sterling and Pittstieid.
On last Saturday, two bold militia men
oi l nii.He.piiia. undertook to heal their
wounded honor by fighting a duel. Ac
companied by seconds, surgeons and friends,
they went to a spot where three states, Pen
nsylvania. Maryland and Delaware, corner,
and went through the farce of settling their
difficulty with pistols. The offended party
was given the first shot, but he was so ner
vous that In- came nearer hitting his own
second than the object of his wrath, The
other fellow was then told to shoot off his
little gun. He generously pointed his
shoytiiig-iron towards the sky and banged
away. That ended the affair, and the two
idiots returned home to receive the con
gratuiations of their friends.
Rachel Fry is a b!a:k woman, Ellen
Fay is a white woman, Frank Schuckers is
an officer and John II. Robinson is a justice
of the peace and therefore dispenser of jus
tice Rachel Fry swore out a warrant for the
arrest of Ellen Fay, charging her with abu
sive language. Officer Schuckers served
the warrant and Robinson tried the case.
It came out during the trial that Rachel
had provoked Ellen to the use of
the improper language accused of iy,
"with malice aforethought, ami against the
peace and dignity of the city of Cairo,
county of Alexander and state of Illinois,"
throwing a bucket of dish water in front of
Ellen's residence "and the divil a bit o'that
could I take Judge. " said she. while argtiiti"
or case with remarkable fluency and elo
quence. I he judge donned his Sunday
smile, which as much us said "you are
queer "hair pins." nnJ generously dis
charged them both,
The advertisement or B illow, Wilson,
Primrose & West's minstrels, who appear
at the Atheneum on Friday night next,
will be found on our local page this morn
ing. The entertainment which this combi
nation gives is unquestionably of the
highest and most entertaining order, and
this being known to be the case, they will
be well patronized, We take the following
from tho Newhurg Daily Journal: "Bar
low, Wilson, Primrose and West's miostrels
had a big' audience at tho Opera House
last night Many persons wero compelled
to stand up, both on tho main tloor and in
tho gallery, over a thousand people being
present. Tho show was bang-up. Tho
programme was faithfully carried out,
everything moved promptly, and a more
varied and finer minstrel performance lias
not been given iu this city tor years. Tho
company is tho equal of tho San Franciscos
or Ilaverly's. Iu number of performers,
extensive properties or wealth of talent, it
is not eclipsed anywhere.
Chief among the contemplated schemes
that would result to tho benefit of our bus
ness men, is the organization of a fair asso
ciation and the holding of a county fair at
this place. It is a project that would,
when in successful Operation, prove to the
advantage ol, not only one class of business
men, buto the advantage of all classes, in
so far as it would offer them an opportu
nity of cultivating the acquaintance of the
farmers Hit' natural result of which would
be that the farmers would be attracted to
this city and would more frequently come
here to purchase such articles as they de
sire. On tho other hand it would
prove beneficial to . our farmers. It
would not only cause them
to vie with each other in the production of
tho most valuable stock ami best vegeta
bles, but would have a tendency to give
them a new impulse and make them gener
ally more enterprising than they now are.
Should Messrs. Fitzgerald, Sprout and tho
other gentlemen who have interested them
selves in this matter, succeed in getting the
necessary amount of money subscribed
(and doubtless they will) we shall in tho
fall expect to see a county fair iu this city
that will equal that of any held iu South
Many of the streets and back yards of
the city have, since the appointment of
health officer, Orr, and his assistants, re
ceived a thorough overhauling the rubbish
having been removed from them they now
present a tidy appearance. The five assis
tants who have been appointed, and who
will serve for thirty days, are doing excel
lent service iu their various localities under
the intelligent management of Mr. Urr, and
are giving satisfaction in all quarter. There
is an immense amount of work to be done in
the cleaning line which., if it were
left undone, would breed disease of
some kind, at leat, if not yellow
fever. There is no good cau-e for believ
ing that the yellow lever will viit us this
year, wit notwithstanding our citizens
should promptly clean up when once u-ked
to do so by the officers and not force them
to give half a dozen order for the cleaning
up of one yard. In fact t.'iey should clean
up cheerfully without being asked and as
sist them in their labors by pointing out
to them such rubbish and matter that
might escape their not ice and breed oi-ease.
Iu a city of twelve thousand inhabitants,
scattered as the dwellings of our citv are.
it would be miraculous indeed if all rub
bi,h, decaying matter, etc., were found and
removed o- a small force' of men. and
then-lore we say, asist them in thf dis
charge of their arduous dutit at unv rate
lo not retard their labor by refusing to
oIh-v orders concerning v-ur own premises.
WHAT THEY SAY.
1'hc below are a tow notices concerning
Mr. M. B. Harrell's n tin-me.-it from The
Bulletin in which the press indulges ju
the spirit of "rendering unto dc-ar those
tilings which are Ca-ar's."
tatc Register: "Mr. Moso B. Ham-ll,
for some tini the editor of Tin: Cuim
Bulletin, has retire.! fnun that journal for
the purpose" of making his home iu Chi
cago, lie is a strong and gricelul writer.
ami it is hoped that he has imt abandoned
tie- field of newspaper work."
Peoria liemociat: "Mose B. H iirell has
withdrawn from the editorial management
of The Cairo Bt li.etis, mi l will leave
the city after a residence thereof thirty
two years, and journalistic .services covering
almost the entire period. lie is a gentle
man, editor, and writer of ability, and his
leparture wiil be a h-ss to the city. The
ast number of Thk Bulletin contains his
long and tearful farewell. Tho reason for
Ins w ithdrawal and departure is that the
pecuniary harvest is not sufficiently remu
nerative, and he cannot afford to wait for a
change for the better."
Chicago Times: "Moses B. Ham-ll,
time out of mind the editor of The Caiko
Bulletin, has written his valedictory ami
taken the train for Chicago. 'Like all
other Cairo newspaper men, we- have gar
nered but a small pecuniary harvest from
our field of labor, and now, while a little
oil yet remains in our editorial lamp, we
feel constrained to let it burn where its
light will give better promise of profit.'
Tit k Bulletin is a Democratic paper, but,
ays Mr. Harrcil, 'In no particular are wi
the debtor of the Democratic party to the
extent of a single farthing. Wo never
asked a favor of the party that was grant
ed, and the only public favor ever won by
us was secured m spite of the opposition of
that party. In our persistent nod consis
tent advocacy of Democratic principles,
therefore, no man can say that we were in
spired to the work by selfish motives.' The
corn which Moses could not find in Egypt
lie will certainly Hud garnered iu Chicago.
It has been hinted that he is to become
connected with a morning Democratic pa
per in this city. That way fortune lies.
There's millions in a Chicago morning Dem
ocratic organ, and Mr. Harrcil deserves to
pocket it all."
Iu:rlbed to Mr. Annie flatty,
In a waking dream I shut nvj' eyes,
And I see again my native skies;
And I watch tho daylight fade uway,
Into tho beautiful twilight gray
While breathing tho lilac's perfume sweet,
In dreams, once more my last friends
And onco again, midst the grass and
I am whiling away tho golden hours,
In a blissful tratico in the valley fair,
Thrill'd with tho breath of perfumed air;
And I hear tho valley church bells chime,
Where lilacs bloom in the sweet spring
time. Where tho Delaware comes winding down,
Each wavelet bearing a silv'ry crown;
I have watched its lazy waters beat,
Crystal and beryl, against my feet;
While pink tipp'd lilacs, purple and fair,
Twined with tho braids of my wind-toss'd
Ye purple lilacs! my feet have strayed,
From my island homo and its beechen
But a friendly hand hatli brought thy
To woo mo back with thy sweet perfume
To the valley green, midst the hills I love,
Tw the gleaming isle, u ith its beechen grove.
I shut my eyes and dream of the buds,
And violets hid in the leafy woods;
I gather the pebbles along tho shore;
And count the white shells o'er and o'er.
But waking, no more I walk the strand
No white shells lie in my empty hand.
They were tipped with pink purple and
Swayed by the breeze in the morning light;
Where golden buttercups starr'd the sward,
By my father's door, in tho grassy yard,
Ah ! ne'er again by the door I'll stand
With the purple lilacs iu my hand.
May God bless the hand that sent their
To cheer me with its sweet perfume
May balmy months from rainbow isles,
Brighten her path with April smiles;
Mav azure violets iu her way.
Make all her life, fair as the May,
Where'er she walks. June drop her roses,
Till o'er her path life's curtain cloes.
Kate W. .
attiik. I'LANTKIIS' house.
J. H.Bryant and wife, Paducah, Ky.;
Geo. B. Hill. Pittsburg, Pa.: G. G. Will
iams. St. Louis; Isaac Monroe, St. Louis;
C.J. Baker, Nova Scotia; E. S. Richards
;id wife, Ava, Ills.:
Ava, Ills.: James Parkinson, Lit- '
George Clark. Sparta; V. Van- v
tie K'icK; tieurge Clark. Spa
derm-do, St. Louis; John Roch, Villi
Ridge; A. Y. Reno, St. Louis; Win. Math
e'son. Toledo, ().; W. D. Daniels. Potokv,
Oscar Fitchrist. Grenada, Miss.; Miss Fan
nie Rouse, Little Rock, M. H. Brown. Lit
tle Rock,; 11. S. Magoon, Madison, Wis.; J.
II. Soiintag, Evaiisville, Ind.
Facts for Tourists and Emigrant-,
whether for the tourist, be lit on pleasure or
business, or the emigrant seeking a tar
we-tetn home, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
is the he-t protector again.-t the hurtful in
fluences of climatic changes or malaria; the
most reliable medicine for general use he
can po-sili!y carry with him. It nullifies
the effect of Midden changes of tempera
ture, braces the system against the enfo
lding influence of exees.-ivc beat, prevents
injurious consequences from a change of
diet or of using bad food or water, is a fine
resusi itant of physical energy diminished
by the fatigue of traveling, und tends to
counteract tie- effects of exposure in rough
weather. It is much and serviceably ti-ed
by mariners and others whose out door life
and arduous labor expose them uiitisiiaily.
It is moreover of great service as u proven-
i tivo and curative of disorders of the stoni
aeh. liver, bow els, amiss a gem rid tonic.
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia cures
neuralgia, face ache, rheumatism, gout
frosted feet, chilblains, sore throat, t-rysipe-las,
bruises, -ind wounds of every nature in
man i r animal. Tin: remarkable cures this
n Hiedy has effected classes it as one of the
most important and valuable remedies ever
tli-coveied for the cure ami relief of pain.
From over-exertion. I contracted :i pain,
across my loins. My sufferings were in
tense. One bottle of Giles" Liniment
Iodide Ammonia cured me. T. B. McGee,
Conductor N. Y. and New Haven R. R.
Giles' Pills runs suppression.
As a Ci i;k for Piles Kidney-Wort acts
by overcoming in the mildest manner ull
tendency to constipation; then, by its great
tonic and invigorating properties, it restores
to health the debilated and weakened parts.
We have hundreds of certified cures,
where all else have failed. I'se it and suf
for no longer.
ONK N1CJIIT OXhV,
Friday Nis.it. April 30th.
II TIIi:v CME-
THE GREAT, THE ONLY
PRIMROSE & WEST'S
II. J. CLAPUA5I Manager.
After the most Triumphant Tour of
any Minstrel Organization in tho United
J-'Endorsed by the press and the pub
lic as the BEST ever seen.
5-J"A Complete Victory for the People's
Mako Way for tho
King Pins of Minstrelsy.
Reserved Seats Now Ready at Hartman's