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of the leading busmen housei whose advertise
ments may hi found In Tn Uui.i.ktin.
C. 0. Fuller i Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
. I). Williamson fc Co.
Yocum A llrodorlck. Wash. Ave, cor. Kli'hlh.
Dennis A O'I.oukIiIIu, l'oplar, cor Twentieth.
Dr. .1. II. Marfan; ofllcc, 14(1 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. Joci-lyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W Whitlock, l;i Commercial avenue.
Itolit. Smyth, No.W) Oliio levee
II. II. Cuiidec, No. TOOblo levee (uti stuirsi.
touitiitile Life, nf New York, curucr TwvlllU and
v asumuioii avctiue.
Widow and Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
ami Lomuvrclai avenue.
DHV'iUISTS -WHOLESALE AND UETAIL
deo E. U'llura, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alcxasdrr County Bank, Htti aud Commercial
ity National, Ohio levee.
Clam;iou Three Mates.
Jot.n Sprout. corner Twelfth aud Levee,
K C. lord, Corimr Ninth and Commercial.
i ESKKAL DELIVEK open ,) a ui.; closes
1 p m. ; Sunday: Is o 1) a. m.
Money Order Departiueut open at 8 a.m.; closca
at ft o. in.
7Lroui:h Express Mails via Illinois Central and
Mississippi tLir&l Kailmnrta dose at 12; h p. m.
Cairo and 1'oplar BluiT Through and Way Mail
clo i 12: so p. in.
Way Mall via Illinois Central. Cairo and Viu-
fen l. eii and M.is.snpit Centra! Baliroadr close at
K4.") p. m.
Wy itil', fjr Narrow (iaje Railroad doses at 8
(a:roar.d Evansville Itiver Route clone at li:30
p. ui. day (eicept Friday!.
Mayor-N. B Thistlewood.
Treasurer Edward Dmonia
Clerk Dennin. J. Koli-y.
('onni"'lnr--Wm. K. (iil'birt.
Marshal J I' Lull'ie.
Attorney William Hendricks.
HoAKll lP At IKKVE.
Kir". Ward-M. .1. llo!.-v
Second Ward-David T. Linear. C. B. Wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wrlstht. Eb-rt Smith.
Fourth Ward CharVs O. I'ator. James Kvnatnn
Fifth Ward-T. W. ilalilday, Errant U. l'ettit.
i i rc 'lit ,I'idL"- D. J. Baker.
ircait Clerk J. A. It v.-.
County J ud if; K. S. Ycm:uw.
( oun'y Clerk S. .1. Huiiim.
county Atiorrwv W. C. Milkiy.
Countv Treasurer Mill W. Park'-r.
Sb'.rift John Hoik-is.
( oroinT- It Fitwraii..
Coun'y Cumm:oi.err- T. W. lis'.!
M. iiiliti. hamui l llri'.ty.
iiae. .1 A
AFRICAN M. K Fourteenth street, between
Wa'.nut and Cedar streets: services sabbath II
. ai.d p. in. ; Sunday School I :.'SH p. m
bath IU:J0 p. m.; prvm hitnj occasionally.
MICEC'II OP THE REDEEMER Episcopal)
J Fourteenth street; buuilay Morning prayi-r
lu::W a. m.; evi'iilnif prayerf, i :.TO p. ni : Minuay
rchool s in a. ui. Fiklav evi-iiinx prayer 7 p. m.
MISSIONARY BAITIST CHURCH
Preachini; at n ::n a. m., :i p. m., and ":' p. m
Salit.itH rchoui ut 7:i p. m. Id'v. i. J. fnorc
I rTHERAN-Tli;rt"enth atnt: m-rvircii sa.
J j batb l:3(i a. in : Sunday ccbool jp in. Rev
f ETHODIST cor. Eighth and Walnut utr.'etn
praver meeting. W ednesdav . : Vi p. ui.
Stb'oo!, 'i a. m. Rev. Whittaker. pastor.
1 RESBYTEKI AN - Elubth street; preachini' on
A Sabbaiu at ll:i a in. ami i:.mu. m il'raye
nieetiDK Wednesday at 7 :: p . Ill ; Suuday School
at S p. m. Rev. IS. i . ocornc, pastor.
O street, between Walnut and Cedar streets
vices Sabbath at :1 and 7:.Xi p. m
fT .lOSEPH'S-dloumii Cutbolici Corner Cross
k' and Walnut streets; services Sabliath l(l::ioa
in ; Sunday School at :! p. ui.; Vespers :i p. in. ; ser
vices every nay at s p. in
CT. PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and WashiULtnii avenue; services Sal
Mth 8 and 10 a. in. : Vespers :) p. iu. ; Stimlav Schisd
" p. ni. ; services every day at 5 p. iu. Rev. i. Zabcl
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvements
on old uncs; lor meaical or other cum pounds, trail
marks and labels. Caveats. Assignments, liner
Terences, Appeuls. Suits for Infringements, and
ail cases arisliiR under the Patent Laws, prompt.
ly attended to. invention inni nave iieen
Bit TUi IT Ln by the Patent OtUce maysllll
Ivij'i ljyjl. UU in most cii"es, bctialenied liy
tie. Being opposite the U. H. Patent Depurlmeut,
and enRaned in Patent bnsiness exclusively, we cuu
make closer searches, and secure Paleuts mora
promptly, aud with broader clulins, than those w ho
Hre remote from Wnshillirtou.
IVVPl'TlilN l"iUtl mnlvl 0' "ki'tch of
ill iii J. viuj your device; we make ex
amlnations and advise as to patentability, free ol
charge. All correspondence strictly contldentliil.
Prices, low, and jio charee tuiless Patent Is-securud.
We refer In Washington, to Hon Postmaster
Oeaenil I). M. Key, Rev. K. D. Power The (ienniin
American National Bunk, to olllclals In tho V. S
ratent omce, and to Senatora ana He preneiitatlvei
In Conifress; and especially toonr clients in every
oiuie iu iue uuiou auu iu uiiauii. Auuresa
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent nfflco, Wasblnuton I). C
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Uitf hest Cash Price Paid for Wkeat.
IHTiCfTflRV I irTTT I . ' iii. .
UAILIiOADS. Mrmn.. I :
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. It.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Thp Only Hue Runuin? Two Daily
Trams From Cairo. Afakinir DI
liECT COXNKCTIOX with
Thainb Leave Caiko:
M:ji),i ,. Miiil.
Arrivlnif lnSt.I.ouia:-r,a m.; Chlauro. 1:30 p m
toimwtlriu at Odin and Effingham for Clnriu.
nail. Louisville, Indlauupoli and point Eaii!
11 '15 A.m. Ht. Louis aiul Wentcrn
Connecting at St. Loul for all points Weft.
.'J:0 p.m. J-'jist KxproBH.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louia
1U:H p.m.. and CUIcaau ":W a m.
.'M2( p in. Cincinnati Kxprfsx.
Arrivln; at Cincinnati 7:U am.; I.outevlllo ;-.-m
a in.; Ir.dlaiiapuiia :v a.m. Panirnji-rK tv
thin train rrai h tho above point 1 'J In
llol IIS iu advance of any other route.
Fa.t Time East.
IViSSfMKf'PtV ,ul "llL' KJ tUrouuli to Kant.
1. ,.rtl point,, without ny (i,.uy
canned by Sunday interveiilui;. The Saturday after
noon train from Culro arrive In Bc York Monday
mornlUL'at Ki::iV Thirty-fix Loiirn iu udvanceiif
any uthrr route
t rKor throiii'h ticket- and further inf.. mint Ion.
apply at IlliuoU Central Railroad D-pot. Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
J A.i. .IOIINSON. .1. II
...'M"i p in.
lien. Southern A-'i-nt.
'1 ick'-t Aa.-nt.
P. .IOIINSON. Oi n. Pa-?
tnji-r Ai't l-t.
CAIllO iV: .ST. LOUIS II. It.
II. "NV. SMITH Kits. K.Hfiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LIXE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ihrout'h Exprecu leaves Cairo
Through Expre arrives at E. M Louis
Through Expre.s eve E. St Louis..,
Through Expn-ss arrives at Cairo .
i'15 a m.
VIO p m.
.iuri)uysrioroaccommoiltti on . Hve r rn i -o t. m
Muphstioro Acc. arrives-at Murpbysboru 7:'i p.m.
Muriitivuliorii Acc. eaves M:iriihv.h,irii Vn. m
Murplivuboro Acc. arrives at Cairo 11 : ij a.ra!
The Cairo A St I.onis Hull !ioil is tl,n ' "
Hail Route tietwpen Cairo and St. Louis under one
manvL'i'inent. therefore there ar- t:o d lavu at
wny 'tatiuns awaitinir ronimrtintis frum oiher',it,M
Close aud sure coi.nei lions at m . J.ou; with otli T
lines for North, East and Weft
L. M .roiINSON.
Oenerai .M tna'er.
QUID it MISSISSIPPI It'v.
' ? .1
TIME TABLE OK PAENiiEH TRAINS FROM
VIM KNM (Nov. :J0, lST'.i.;
No. U Day Etpres. i Except sun.lay) ...l:)ip. :a.
n hpn s i hxeept Suurliiv) J :;.', p. m.
i M.;ht Express (I)ailyj PJ:: .i. m.
No ri Eipres itxcejit s;ind.n )
" 1 Day E.jire iKxcepi s'liniuy)..
Niuht Lxpre-s tDallyl.
:(5 a. in.
1 :C a. ci.
.1. R. Ci.aiik. C. S. Conk. ,Di .
Agent Vincetiues. (ien. Ticket A't Cincinnati
ST. LOUIS, I. M. 4fc S. U'y.
Cairo Timo 'l'uhlc.
Texan Express 'Daily
Connect at Cliarli p'ton for Coliim'iiis
Texas Express (Dally j .5:5 a.
Accoininodatioti Da'ily Tsdip. "
O'tlce and PnsseUL'er l)i l)o' No. r.'i Ohio Levee tin
J C. ZIMMKR. A-en
D. Axtkix, Division Sunerititendeut.
THREE Iffigka STATES.
On and after Moniluv
June !;, the bo it will nuke
the followluu trips;
Foot Fourth it
H o. ni.
Pi a. tn.
'J p, m.
4 p, iu,
i p. m.
M::iO a. m.
10::w a. m.
J: '10 p, m.
u a. m.
1 p. m.
f p. iu.
i p. Ill
lliiiiiliiirr Amcnciin Packi't Cuiiiiiuny's
Weekly Line of Steanishi
Leaving New York every Tlitirsilay nt i P. M.
FOR ENOLAND, PRANCE AND OERMANY
llckets to and from Europe at loiicst rates. Kor
piissiiL'o Hjiiuy to c. u. lciciiARD CO , tienerul
rasscnifer Acenis, in nroadHiiy, sew York, or to
ii. vt ci.LB, t. airo, ins,
a T q
P a a
fi -s-j j
j S ho
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 4, 1880.
THE WORKINOMAN S PRIEND.
In them' dnyg of polltlcul trickery, a truo
friend In the time of need In a friend ludecd; and
Hiich a friend I
Dr. WM. HALL'S
IJALSAM for the LUNGS
It i a su e cure for
CON SUMPTION, COUGHS. COLDS. ASTHMA
and all diaeaiutof thu Limes, Cheat and Throat.
Thin well-known remedy hai been uwd for
thirty years and has cured thounaud of cane,
many of which were Riven up aa hopelcK.
No cane, however obmlimte, can renlut tha
heal nir propertlea ol Dr. Wra. Hair Balaam,
fur the Lun-, Trial hottlea will be furiiinhed
RratitatloiiH y to all who aruafllicted with Luna
aud pectoral dlavae. h
.,CfHmem her that It Is the pumlntont imo of
the lialHam that curea the worn cases.
JOHN P. HENRY, CURRAN & Co..
h COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK,
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale Asjontn.
tllcine, not a drluk.)
HOI'S, DLX'IIL', MAN 0 RAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Bet Medical Dualities
uii uiijer ijiuers.
All diseases of thf Stomach, Bowels. Blood.
Liver. Kidneys, aud L uiuarv Or-ans. Nerrous
u -s, Meeplessnesn and especially i'emaie Com
pl -ill 1 4 .
$1W) IN (.OLD
Will he paid for a csethcv will not cur or help
them BU'lbu,; ''"I'U'e or Injuriou- found in
Ask your Dr.u.'I't Tor Hop Bitters and
llieui belore yousleep. Take uo other.
Hop Cot on Cfite
; the sweetest, safest
The Hop Pad for Stomach. Liver and Kidneys
is superior to all others. AskDru-isu.
D. I. C. is an absolute anil lrr..alcluK1..
drunkeniie-s. u-oj of opium, tobacco and
Lout, .ii.uu ior circ; ar.
All above sold In- ilnLi.t.
Hop Bitter- JIau!:faitnriua"co.,'Rochester, N. Y.
Moan ( iirtnl, Not ilcitly Relieved
And Can Prove WUst we Claim.
"There are uo failures aud no disappoint
If yu are troubled with SICK HEAD-
tc nr. y .u can ic ea-ily and quickly cured, as
hundreds haie liei'U already. We Phall be pleased
to mail a she.-t of testimonials to any Interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure ni: forms of Biliousness, prevent Const!
paiiou aud Dypepia. promote Digestion, relieve
O.stresii from too Ueartv eating, correct Disorib'rs
ol the stoiiiHcb. Stimulate the Liver, and Reuulnte
he BoweN. They do all this by takiuir Just one
little pill a! a dote . They are purely veiretable, do
not tripe or ptir.-s. and lire as nearly perfect a
II is possible for a pill to be. Price i-i cetts, 5 for
f 1. Sold hy dr:it':;ists everywhere or sent bv mail
CARTER .MEDICINE CO.. ERIE. PA.
Huliest Medal at Vieiinai Pliilatleliiliia
II. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
sj!.L Bronilway, New Vork.
Manufacturers. Importers and
Velvet Frames, Alliums, Graplioscopos.
ltereosL'fiies and Viuws, Euarrav-
inifS tlinunos, I'liotOL'iaplis,
And Kindred (ioods-Celebritics, Actresses, Etc.
I'liotoaiMphk- Materials !
We are Headquarters for Evi avtblim
la the way of
Stereopticons Magic Lanterns
Each style being the host of Its clas
In the market.
BcHiitlful Ptitoiniphlc Transparencies of Statu
:iry and Knirruvlniz? for the window.
i onycx u-lass. .Muiiufuctiirers of Velvet Frames
iwr .niuiaiures ami touvex oiass I'ictures,
iaiaio;tie of Lnnlerns ami Slides, with dlrec-
nous ioi- usiuu. sent on receipt or ten ceuts. S-iuo
III VCKSMini AND WAGOXMAKKR.
THE BEST IX TIIE WORLD
"Arm and Hammer Bram!."'
lii-Carb Soda j Salorativs
Which U the saiup'tliiiiff.
ABSOLUTELY & CHEMICALLY PL'BK!
Impure, Ill-Curb Nod" or Siil,i-t iiafu'lil,'!, l il...
same tiling Ix ol' ltfluy d i rt v while color It
limy iuipoun hlti, examined by hielf. but a COM
AHISON WITH cnuitcir t'O'S "Arm oud
Hammer" Brand will show iiiniiim.i-,,,,,
..T.i'-'o!""' ''!lllH!',!l",,' "d Uaklnit Sodals white
nnd 1 1 Hh, ys should bu all otmllur substances
used for loud.
Housekeepers who primer bread niadewllhyuasl,
will Improve Its tuu!lty.nmkc It rise belter uud pre
vent It from Hoiirlnir, liy uililliitf oiie-half leaspomi
I ol ol Church & Co. s Soi U or Nni..ruiu n.. ,.
nnd tint usn loo much milk, Tlio use or this in pref.
oretiee to baking powder, (live iweuly times lit
Heu nun liotlliil 'uic'diire for vstnul.l.. I
mid read cuieliilly.
SHOW TUI3 TO YOUll GKOCEK.
ARE CURED !
No oiean of thought or action can he employed
without the assistance of the blood, and no oriiiiu
caa be emnloyed safely or with impunity without a
iupply of Lealthy blood. With healthy blood tho
exercised orjfaiiH become well developed, whether
L,iV,e.. "'""Ciilar or Intellectual. By tho use ol
ixu L' o.('0VI,L'NlJ svkU1' 1F HYPO-PHOHPIHTE-S
tho blood la speedily vitalized aud
piirtlleU. and so made capable of producluK a sound
mind and a sound body.
"Persons uAltIiik from Impure blood, or whose
health Is i giving way. either aa minlsiers or those
who study cloissly, will find iu tho Syrup the mate
to build tbein up, and the tonic to keep them
tlieru- DR. CLAY.
. . PiTTspiELU, Mr., March. 1HT3.
Jin. JAMr.9 I. PEI.I.OWS oesr Sir: Durin2 the
past two yearn I have given your Compound Syrup
ot Hypophosphitee a fair though somewhat severo
tr al in my practice, and am able to speak with con
H.lenccuf lis erttcts. In restorlns persons nifler
1 112 from emaciation and the ill,liiiv i,,n. .11..
therla. it has done wonders. I constantly recom
mend Its use iu all affections of the throat and
Hint's. In several cases considered hopeless, it has
Clveu relief, and the miliums m fut l-iifilfnHnii
anions these are i consumptive nnd old bronchial
subjects, v. hoso diseases have resisted tho other
moiles of treatment. For imimireil ilh-estloi, .n.l
In lact for debility from anv mum, 1 l-t.,l. ,t i
Im: equal toil. Its direct effect in stren.'IbeniiiB
llienervoiu svstem reml.-rs It suit, .1,1.. r,.. .1 7
Jority of disviic. I am. sir. yours truly.
WM. S. HOWE, M. D.
Note. It Is only the Imii
and unselfish physicians who can afford to prescribe
this remedy. Experience has proved this. The
iruesi ciass meaical men in every lame city where
it is kuowu, recommend it .
rnYsrciAXs. clergymen and the
a r t Lit 1 hD E EK Y W1IEKE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
CL UE SICK HEADACH
Dit Tm has succeed
d in combining in these
'Ills the heretofore an
tagonistic qualities of a
Their first aDiiHri-nt ft.
n et is to Increase the ap
petite by causing the
t'L'KE C ONSTIPATION
:oou to proper v assimi.
ate. Thtisthesvstem is
lotirished. and bv tl''r
tome action on the (liKes-
inc organs, regular and
liealthv evacuations Mr,.
the ran ditv with
ITKE KEVEKaiid Aku
wuicn the persons taki
n flesh while under tho
ntiuenceof these pills.
uutcuies tneir ai antn-
"lllly to nourish the bod-
triiK iiiLiors colic
. ueuca ttielretllcacv in
urliiir nervous riuhi'litv.
VMrttin.j of the muscles
MiL'gisliness of the liver,
hrotiic constipation, and
t-RE TOKl'ID LIVE!
V . A j l .- .
VI Murray Street,
OH GOUT i
ACTTE OH CHRONIC 1
rO A.LICY LI Cii
Manufactured only under the nbove Trudc
El'KOPEAX SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF I'AKIS AND LE1PZIU.
Immediate relief warranted. Pernmnent cure
Ciiumn'ced. Now exclusively used by all celebm
tod 1'hysiclniis of Europe and America, becominc a
.-mine, iinrniirs unu neiiiuiie itemed)' on both
comments, llie bij-best Medical Academy of
rns reports ! cures inn onoti cases within three
days. Secret -The only dlssolverof the poisonous
I ric Acid which exists iu the Blood of Rheumailc
mm uouiy ranenis. (l d uon;
a bon: K losns for .i
went to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
llV l'hvuii' nils Null) hi nil Iim. -I A,l.l...o I
VVASHUL RN& CO.,
Only Importers' Depot Sli Broadway, N, Y.
or hie ly HAKCLAV BROS., and DrufRlstB
J. T. WAUKEX & CO.
U- () W.Swoiiil St.
Forelpu and Domestic ilrU'd und canned I'rult.s and
Vegetables. Canned, dried aud salt Fish. Tick
les, Saucos, Oil aud Condiments. Simp
lulls, Baklnjf Powders, ground aud
whole Spices, Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Sued, Jellies, 1'reserve
Fancy (Irouorles, and Ore
" cers' Suudrles.
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS'! MANUEL. I by
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, May 3, 10 a. r.
Wlicut-May, 1 14; June, M,
Pbrk-July,f 10 2.1; June, $10 15.
Oats-May, 2t)?'; June, 29.
Corn-May, 00; June, 30$"
NEW Y0KK OHAIN.
New York, May 3, 1-2:01 r.M
Wheat-irregular No. 2 lied Winter, 1 27
Yt Kcd Winter, 1 20(01 274';Xo.2
Amber, nominal; Cliicao, $1 201 23-
No. 2 Milwaukee f 1 2-l$l 2j.
Corn fiuitt No. 2. rl i 'iTrr.o
Liverpool, May 3, 2
Wheat steady Winter,
10s Od; Spring,
9310s ; California
Id; California Club,
Os lOdcrftlOs 8d. Cornlu 8d.
LATEST BY- TELEGRAPH.
ItlVEIt AND IIAKB0U9.
WasiiinTiTon, May 2. The river and
harbor bill was completed to-day by the
committee. It is the largest bill that ever
came from that committee, appropriating
Washington, May 2. The sub commit
tee ot the Mississippi river committee left
here this morning for a trip down the river.
All went except Gen. Gibson, who cannot
leave on accout of the coming discussion
on the tariff question in the ways and
s THE TARIFF.
Washington, May S. The tariff bill
agreed to be reported back to the full com
mittee on ways and means by the sub-committee
will probably come into the house
as reported with either a favorable or an ad
verse report. As the sub-committee com
prises a majority of the whole committee, it
bus it in its power to carry out tho agree
ment to permit nothing to be added to or
be taken from the bill. Tho provisions of the
bill may be modified, and tho whole may be
reported adversely, but as it is made up, it
must go into the house. This will give the
house and country what has been so loudly
demanded, nn opportunity to have a vote on
a tariff proposition.
In addition to articles enumerated in
these dispatches the other evening, the fol
lowing items are included in the sub-corn
n.i , , . ,
Hio duty on unsized paper
is reduced from 20 to 1j percent; on sized
tuei, num to i'u; ou writing paper,
from 35 to 2.'-; on wood pulp from 20 to 10.
Marsiifield,JMo., May2. The deputa
tion of merchants of the Merchants' ex
change to Murshfleld to view the devasta
ti0"S by t0lna,1 W,,ich rCCelltIi' visit(-'J
that locality, left St. Louis at 9:15 p. m. in
o tijieemi l uinnan car over llic St
and San Francisco railroad nnd arrived at
Springfield about 8 a. m. to-day. As there
were no accommodations at Marshfiold tor
such a party they went through to Snriu''-
held for breakfast and dinner and returned
to Marshfiold in the afternoon. The party
comprised tweuty-hve persons, including
reporters. At Springfield courtesies were
extended ly the citizens, and under the es-
eortot Mayor II. I. Fellows the deputation
were taken in carriages to the National
cemetery, given a view of the town, and in
the afternoon left for Marshfiold, accom
panied by the mayor and u number of
prominent citizens of Springfield,
No adequate comprehension of the destruc
tion of trees and buildings in the course of
tho cyclone can be had except by a visit to
il t . ..
me scene, as lniormatiou ot interest to
tllOSfi wlin mnv vit riintrilintd fn f Im i"
the Marshfiold sufferers uud at other nlaees
. . I
visited by the same tornado in this section
it may be stated that the Springfield com
mittee ot distribution to those who suffered
by the cyclone have appointed sub-commit
tees to visit all tho localities to ascertain by
exact investigation all who require assist
ance, and in this way the benevolent may
be assured that what they give will go to
the really deserving.
l UK roi.NOATlON OK HEALTH. Wit lOUt
a substratum, a foundation ot viiror. there
can be no true health. Tho imnv aud tho
I. !, . ,. n ...., ..i" ....i i :. . .
"tn iiuiv mi awns oi uenes unu pains, not
necessarily because they aro nositivclv dis-
..i i ,". i
u3i.u, uui wwuiiu.su me vnai macuinery
nuuuL's uuu units tor want or mo impetus ootainen oi me steady removal of diseased
which abundant vitality would give it. The and dead blood particles, and tho substitu
blood enriching tonic, llostetter's Stomach Hon of vitalized discs, so neenssnrv tn His
t:... . tt.7. .!...! ... . . . .
iiicis bumiiuls ueueieui energy iw enai)-
nng me stoiuacn to periorm its digestive
functions actively and uninterruntedlv.
The result of this ds tho distribution ot
stores of vitality to the remotest Darts of
tho system, an increase of muscular energy
and tho disappearance of those nervous
i symptoms which accompany and proceed
irom oeuuuv. irregularity ot the towels,
torpidity of the liver, rheumatic ailment
and malarial fevers nro prominent among
wo ueiuiii uiseiises eriuuemeu ov tills s c.
..ll.. .11! I 1! o
uniijr ciucaciuus meuicinc.
Dekasokmest of the livor. with consti-
patiou, injure tho complexion, induco nim-
pics, sallow skiu, etc. Remove tho cause
usinfi Carter' Little Liver Pills.
NEW SERIES NO. 268.
A Down-Town Merchant. Having
passed several sleepless nights, disturbed by
tho agonies and cries of a suffering child,
and becoming convinced that Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup was just tho articlo
needed, procured a supply for the child. On
reaching homo and acquainting his wife
with what ho had done, 6ue refused to have
it administered to tho child, as she was
strongly in favor of Homoeopathy.
That night tho child passed in
suffering, and tho parents without
sleep. Returning homo tho day fol
lowing, the father found tho baby still
worse; and whilo contemplating another
sleepless night, the mother stepped from
the room to attend to some domestic duties,
and left the father with the child. During
her absence he administered a portion ot the
Soothing Syrup to the baby, and said noth
ing. That night all hands slept well, and .
the little fellow awoke in the morning
bright and happy. The mother was de
lighted with the sudden and wonderful
change, and although at first offended at
the deception practiced upon her, has con
tinued to use tho Syrup, and suffering cry
ing babies and restless nights have disap
peared. A single trial ot the Syrup never
yet failed to relieve the baby, and overcome
the prejudices of the mother. Sold by all
druggists. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
The Physical Paradox. It has been
said that "the blood is tho source ot life."
It is as truly tho source of disease and -
death. No life, that is to say, no healthy
tissue can bo generated from impure blood",
no organ oi tiie body can normally perform
its functions when supplied with impure
blood. The fluid that should carry life and
health to every part, carries.only weaknes
and disease. Blood is tho Bourco of life.
only when it is pure. If it has become dis
eased, it most be cleansed by proper medi
cation, else every pulsation of the human
Heart sends a wave of disease through the
system. To cleanse the blood of all im
purities, use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery and Pleasant Purgative Pellcta,
the most effectual alterative, tonic, and
cathartic remedies yet discovered. TnET
ARE ESPECIALLY EFFICIENT IN PCKOFUDOUa
"Few of the Ills of Life" are more
prevalent and distressing than bilious dis,
orders. The symptoms are low spirits'
want of energy, restlessness headache, no
appetite, sallow skin, costiveness and other
ailments which show the liver is in the
proper way to do it is to use "Dr. Swavnn'
Tar and Sarasparilla Pills." Their effect
on the liver and blood is wonderful, re
moving pimples and all eruptions, leaving
the complexion fair nnd fresh as in youth.
Price 2") cents a box of thirty Pills, or five
boxes fer $1.00. Sent bv mail on rpffint
of price, by Dr. Swayno & Son, 330 North
Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all
Brown's Household Panacea is tho
most effective pain destroyer in the world. '
Will most surely quicken tho blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainlv ndi
n'lintlltl nllt-Anl rmt nrt..4A 4t....
i "'-.tn.. wuuuiv ui uuuiu, mini tin v onier
; ii1.vit..r nn,i itt. J V . ...
the strength of any similar preparation.
it cures pain m the sule back or IhiwcIh,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, nnd all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
aeea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
........ ua, 40 vvuaum
ed bv worms. Brown's Wmiifmrn rv.mflt.
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
L'stroin worrus can do no possible
jury to tho most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found tc bo nban.
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five ceuts a box.
Asthma. The tortures and n mi nip I
endured for six years, none but those who
have suffered with this terrible distaso caa
know. My life was miserable. In de snrr-
atiou I tried Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia. It gave me instant relief. Used it
internally as well as externally. Thomaii
isranigan, Vil West 27th street. N. Y.
(.Hies' Pills cures Gout.
Uktteii Tim ks. The business revival
and new era of prospeiity which is now
fairly inaugurated, is in keenimr with thn
increased health and happiness seen all over
tho land, and is one of the results obtamcJ
from the introduction of Warner's Sato Kid
ney and Liver Cure. "The changes wrought
by this remedy," says Uev. Dr. Harrew.
"seem but little less than miraculous."
Why H'kau Plastehs? Thev mav re
lieve, but they can't euro that lame back,
lor the kidneys are tho troublo and von
want a remedy to act directly on their socrc-
uuiiis, in puruy aim restore tneir liealtliT
condition. Kidney-Wort has that specifies
uctlon flm ut the same timo it fegnlatcs
tiie uoeis periectly. Don t wait to get
on rw, uui gel u imeiuigo ro-uay, auu euro
Fito.M observation, under thn
p .i... ti . . i . . . . .
' me uioou oi natents (nsinc Follnwa
Compound Svrui) of IIi-nrmluMnliirna fnirm.
a . .. . f .".'"'
irom onie to ume, positive proof has bcoa
construction oi neaitny muscle
Malaria DusTimvinO. A J .On.iw..
of Brock ville. fanndu. rrrtillos tlint Iin mi
prostrated bv a malarial tl isonsn. conrrnntort
in Texas, and was quickly and completely
cured by the use of Warner's Safo Pills ami
Sato Bitters. Ho adds: "I shall never
travel in that climato without your 8afo
Pills and Bitters s a part of tny outfit
Talking about tho liver, wo nresumn
that ill temper is moro often caused by
disordered livor tlum anything clso. s To
Insure a cheerful disposition tako Scoviir
Blood and Liver 8yrup, which will rcmova
tho prime cause, and restore thfl mind lo it