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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY JIORNIXG. MAY 23. 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 239.
of the leading, IiuMucm noue who advertUe
meut maj l found In T Buu.rnt .
C. O. Caller A Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
(1. 1). Wllllinnn A Co.
Vocuin A Brodrrick, Wash. A v.?., cor. Klebth.
T, .1. 0Luiijniln, Poplar, cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Marfan; utuce, ltoCummiTcia! avunue.
Dr. W. f Jcy-elyn, Eighth near Commercial
Dr. K. W. Wbltlnck, I Hi Co mm ire U I avenue.
liol'l. Sui) lb, No. tW Oblo levee
). II. Car.df,!, Nn. TOOulo levee (up utairn.
Equitable Life, of Sew York, corner Twelfth and
Widow and Orphan Mutual Aid Society, biventh
aud C'onim-rcial avenue.
DICfiGISTS-WIlOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Geo. E. O'Hara, EiKftleeiitti aud lorani'-rdal.
Alexander I'ouutyliauk, Nth aud I'oniw r-ial
liy National, Ohio levee.
Champion. Three ftiile.
Join Sprual. coruir Twelfth and Levee.
K C Kord. Cornt-c Niutb and ("onitni-rcla!.
Gi ESEHAL DELIVER! open . ::w a. m.; cloe
I 6:-f .ux Sunday: S to a. ra.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloaea
'"'rhruui'b Kxpre Mail via Illinois Central rt)
.1. in .
Milipplt.-ctral lUUmad c!oe at p. m.
Cairo aud Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mail
c'u'oK a 1 p. ra. ... . ,.,
W ay Mall vis Il!luul Central. ( aln and Mr.
eeuuc aud Jli.ippi Ceutral Railroad cloe at
V p. m.
Wy YaUfj: Narrow Oaufe Riilroid closes t
'eilro'and Evauville River Route cloc at i'-0
p. oi. dalij (except Friday).
Mayor-N. B Thii'tlewoud.
Ork-Denui. J. Pole.
Counselor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marbal-J C Ullae.
Attorctev- William Ueu:iric
aoiRi) or Aiuawil.
Second Ward-David T. Ltuejar. (.. K. Wood-
Third Wrd-W. P. Wrisbt. Bbrt Smith.
Fourth Ward-Cha1- O. I'atier. Jaajea Kynaatoo
KirtU Ward-T. W. llaiadiy. Krnet B Pettlt.
Circuit Judpt-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Reeve.
County Judiw-K. S Yocum.
County Clerk S. J- Uumm.
County Attorcwv-W. C. Mulkey.
CouDtVTreaanrvr-M'.le W. Parker.
Sberia John Ilodt;.
County Commiionera-T. V. . lUlllday, J A.
St. Gtbt. Samuel Brili-j.
AFKICVN M. E Fourteenth Hreet. between
Walnut and Cedar atreete: trrlcea Sabbath 11
a. m. and7:i p. m.; buuday School l:Ji p. tu
CtHRISTLN-Elhteenth street: meeting Sab
j batb 10:) p. m-; preaching occasionally.
CtHTRt'U OP TUB REDEEMER (Episcopal)
J Fourteenth atreet; Sunday Mornlnrf prayer
IVW a. m ; eveninir prayer. .:30 p. m.; Sunday
chool :) a. m. Friday evt-nintf prayer p. m.
1MRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST carKCH
I1 Preacbtnu at H)::W a. m.. S p. m.. and 7:.10 p. m.
bahbath achool at 7:W p. m. Kev. T. J. bhorea,
IUTHEP.AN-Thlrteenth atreet; nrvtie Sab
j bath !:: m.; Sunday choolip.m. Kev.
MBTHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnat treet;
Preachini Sabbath 10:) a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wedeoday 7:J p. m.; buuday
School, a. m. Ket. Whittaker. pastor.
IJRKSBYTKKIAN Eighth atreet; preaching on
Sabbath at U:W m. and 7:lp. m-; pnrvr
meeting Wedm-ikUv at m.; Suuday School
al 3 p.m. Kev. B. V.Georfe, pastor.
SECOND FREE-WILL BAPTIST Fifteenth
utreet. betweeu Walnut aud Cedar atreeU), ler
vice Sabbath at i and 7: p. m.
OT. JOSEPH'S-Koman Catholic) Corner CroM
O and Walnut street; n-r1cea Sabbath 10:30a.
m. ; Sunday School at i p. in. ; Vetpew I p. m. ; er
Ticea every day at D p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S-( Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
tr.:et and Washington avenue; aerytcc sab
natb 8 and 10 a. m. ; Veper p.m.; Bnndav School
t p. m. ; tervlcet every day at 6 p. m. Rev. F. Zabel,
PROFESSION AL CARDH-PnYSlClAXS.
y H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician aud Sur?eon.
Offlca 140 Go amerclal avenue. Reaidence corner
Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITL0CK,
Orrnci No. 1:W Commercial Aveaue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Elghtk Street, near Commerrlat Avenue.
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street aud Levee,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino Running: Two Daily
Traim From Cairo. Makinj DI
RECT CON'S KCTIOX with
Trm. C:uo: s
:J:t)i).- itx. Mnil.
Arriving io St. I.ouU ' : a in ; C'jrfi.'o.H V ; m.;
Coinii-ctlr.g at Mdln and Effingham for Cincin
nati, Lou'.DVtil,-, Iudlanapolis aud points Umc.
1 ii.m. fit. I.onis mul Wt'ntcrn
Conuctinz at m, Loui for all point Vvl.
p.m. K.'tt Kxprws
For St. Louia and Chicago, arriving ut St. Lul
lu:5p m..aadCblctifo7: m.
3 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpiw.
Arrivij;,' at Cincinnati 7: am.; I.ou:vi;ie 7:jn
a ni.; Indlauapiilis 4:')" a.m. Pan-eng-fr by
tins train ra4 ii trie almve points U to JtJ
iiol'ItS iu adviiiCc'Cf ut.v otber rou'e.
Fast Time East.
P'l itnV ''' ilDt' turuugu to Kt.
x tl-j.t. unl l orn points nittiout itiy delay
caused liy Sunday luti-rvuLing. Tht Sntiirilay af'er
n'Kin train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
mornliti at 10: iv Tljirtj n hinir in a hancei f
any otl.cr route.
HFFor thrr-ugb tide's ami f irhi-r icfurmatioc,
appir at Illinois Central Uahroa.i Depot, t i.ro.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
(ea . So'tthern Ai
W. i'. JollNS'.'N. ,t
j n p ra.
.... I m p tu.
4 1.) a m.
T:ck' t Az'Lt.
-o.-.-r Ai- tt
CAIRO fc ST. LOUIS It. R.
It. Y. SMITIIKUsJ. IiHiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hrouub Expresf leaves Cairo
Through Expresa arrives at B. St Louii
ThMOgh Expr!f, leaves E. St Loji..,
Through Eiures arrives at Cairo
,..'! a ta
5 45 p.m.
M'jrpbysboroaccommodationleavesi'a'.ro 1:10 p m
.Mifpaysboro Acc. arrives at .Mir;'hysooro , si p m.
.Vfurphysboro Acc. leavea Murjihyshora. .. 5:" a tn.
MurpUvsboro Acc. arrivea at Ca.ro 11 :3 a.m.
The Cairo A St Loult Rii'. Roid l the only all
RailHoaro between Cairo and St. Loula under one
manart!mect. therefore there ar- n delay at
nay nations awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and iir? connection at St. Louie with other
liues for North. East and West
J. A. NAL'OLE.
L. M. JOHNSON.
QHIO it MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OF PASENiiER THAIS FROM
VI.NCENNES tNo.'. oO, 179.)
No. i Day Express , Except Mia Uy). ... 1 ."10 p. m.
' (I Kpress I Except Stiudav) I !'?. m
" 4 Niht Express (Daily) ...,l;'"i, m.
No. 5 Express (ElceM Snnday) a. m.
" 1 Dav Express (Exceiit Sucdav).... li N'p. m.
" 3 Niht Expresa Oal'.y) . 1 :..') a. m.
J. R. Clark. C. S. Com.Jh .
Acnt Viuceaaes Cien Tl.'ket A t Ciuclaoatl
gT. LOUIS, I. M. S. R'v.
Cairo Time Tablt.
Texas ExprcM iOaily -15 p. m
'.'onuect at Charleston for Columii'.s
Texas Expres Dally I WH. 3
Accommodation Dailyl 7:10 p. ..
Office and Passenirer Depot No. M Ohio Levee. tru
J. C. ZIMMSK. Aen
D. Axtrix, Division Simerintendent
We Mean Cured, liot Merely Relieved
Aud Citu Prove- Wh.at tre Claim,
tyThere am an failures, aud no disappoint
ments. If yon are troubled with SICK US AD-
ACIIB you can be easily and quickly cured, as
hundreds have boon already. We aliall bo pleated
to mall a sheet of testimonials to any lutureatud.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also curt all forms of Biliousness, prevent Constl
patlon and Dyspepsia, promote Ditteitlon, relieve
distress from too heart eatlnit, correct Disorder
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
the Bowel. They do all this by taklnit Jut one
little pill at a dose. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or purge, aud are a nearly perfect a
It la possible for a pill to be. Price M cetts, S for
11. Sold by druggist everywhere or sent by mall.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., ERIE, PA.
TO H000 A YEAR, or l to
your own locatttr
Women do ai well
Many make more
i amount atatetl
above. No one can fall to
make money fast. Any one can do the work. You
can make from nnc to 4 an hour br devoting your
evening and epare tlmo to the business. It costs
nothing to try tho bnalnes. Nothing like It for
money making evuroflorod before. Kualnees pleHS
act and strictly honorable). Reader. If you want to
know all about the heat paying business before the
nubile, tend ti your address and we will tend yon
full particular and private term frc(t;nmplo
worth 15 also free; you can then make tin your
mind forvourself. Aditraaa OKORUIi STINSON
A CO, Portland, MaUij
jm tf -fat
dictne. not a drink,)
HOPS, BL'CIIU. MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And tbe Purest and Best Medical ( jalltleg of
all other Uttter.
All dlseises of the fitotnach. Bowels. Wood,
Liver, Kidney, and L'uinary Oruan, Nervous
ness, Sleeplessness and especially r'einulu Cora
plaluts. $1000 IN (iOLD
Will be paid for a case they will not e:tre or help
or for anything Impute or injurious fouud lu
Ask your Druggist for Hop Bitters and try
them before you sleep. Take no other.
IlorCoruii Ctni is the stve.-te.Jt, unrest ami
best. Ask Children.
The Hop Pad for Stomach. Liver and Kidney
is superior to all other. Ask Druiat.
I) l.C. I an absolute and irresistible cure for
drtinkentie.ue of opium, tobsccu and !
cotics. Send for circular.
All above sold by druggist.
Hop Bitters Mamifacturltig Co.. Rochester, N. Y.
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QAIRO CITY FERRY' CO.
THREE VeFVn STATES.
On and after Monday, June 13, tho boat will make
the following trip:
Liana tiam umi
Foot Fourth it. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
ft a. m.
10 a. m.
I p. m.
i p. m.
8:80 a. in.
10:;) a. m.
9 ft. m.
4 p. m.
3 p. m
83 AUK CURED !
No oran of thought or actiou can he etntiloved
without the af letmce of the Mood, and no organ
cab he employed nafely or with iinpunitv without a
upply of healthy lilood. With healthy blood the
exerclxed oryans become well developed, whether
tney ne mtiiicular or intellectual. Bv the um- ol
FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYRUP OF HYPO-
PUOSriUTES the blood 1 xpeedily vitalized and
purified, aud so made capable of producing a eound
mind and a Hound body.
'Person suffering from impure blood, or whoec
health in giving way. either a minister or thone
who iludy cloHvly, Hilt Dud in the Syrut) the mute
to build them up, and the tonic to keep them
there." DR. CLAY.
PrrTsTisui. Me.. March. Ki,
Mil .Iauf.i I. Fii.miws Dear Sir: During the
punt two year I have plven your Compound Syrup
ot UypophoNpbltoiafairthtftii'Q comewhat severe
trial tu ii.t practice, and am able to peak with con
t. letc It elect. In retiring perron aufl'er
Inir from emaciation and the debilitv followiua dip
theria, it ha done wonder. I constantly recom
mend it use in all atlectinn of the throat and
ltiui;. In eeral cases conidered hopeless, it ha
t'lveu relief, and the pstient are fast recovering;
amouz these urc coustimptive and old bronchial
subiect. whose diseases have reisted-the other
raoile of treutment. For impaired digestion, and
In fact for debilitv from any cause, I know of noth
IU2jHtial to it. It direct eilect tn strengthening
the nervous system render it suitable for the ma
jority of riitea-e. I am. sir. your, truly.
WM S. HOWE, M. D.
Not It Is only the independent, well-parted,
and unselfih physician who can alTord to prescribe
this remedy. Erperieuce has proved this. The
highest class medical men In every large city w here
it is known, rec imm.ind it.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ln of pppHp. nToft. bovrpifi mtvvp. pain In
in'. with a liim lihtii,ii to ,-er!in!i uf limlv or
trr 1 1 h !; I ity ui ti-.nper. low wiiinl. In-"
meuinry. with a feeiinof having iic'lei te.! ,m
fl-ity. "nr:ii''. 'IKiiie, HMtt-ring at the heart.
If these warnings re nnlieedeil, serlousMiseases
Mill soon lie developed.
TUTT'S PILLS are eoeciallv alanted lo nch
cases, one dose effects such a change of fueling a
toaionisa me eunerer.
A Xoteil Divine Says:
Dr.Tntt: Dear Sir; For ten year I have been a
martyr to dysoepia. constipation and pile.
Lat spring your pill were recommended: I used
them. I am now a well man. have a good appe
tite, digeetion perfect, regular etools. piles gone,
and have gained forty pounds of flesh. They are
worth their weight in gold.
IiEV. U. I.. SIMPSON. Loilieville, Ky.
They iacreaie the i;petit,!. and cause the body
to take on deb. th i the svstem is nourished, and
by their tonic actiou on the digestive organs, regu
lar stool are produced. Price &" cut. :V Mur
ray Street, N. Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE
Gray hair or whisker changed to a glossy black
by a single application of this dye, It Imparts a
natural color, ticts Instautaneously. Sold by drug
git, or sent by express ou receipt of $1.
Office, 35 Murray Street, New York.
SOR GOUT 1
ACUTB OR CHROMIC
Manufactured only under the above Trade M
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warrauted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, becoming a
Staple, Harmless and Reliable Remedy on both
continent. The highest Medical Academy of
Pari report 9J cure out of KM cases within three
days. Secret The only dlssolver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exist In the Blood of Rheumatic
and Goaty Patients. 1 box; fl boxea for $5.
Sent to any addreM on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Phyeiclan. Sold by all Druggist. Addre
WASHBURN & CO.,
Only Importers' Depot iU Broadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Druggists
J. T. WARREN & CO.
61 & 60 W. Second St.
Foreign tod Domestic dried tod cauned Fruits and
Vegetables. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oils and Coudiincnts. Soup
stuffs, Baking Powders, grottnd and
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jetties, Preserve
Fancy Grocerle and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "UR0CERSL
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Cuicaoo, May 27, 10:00 a m.
Wheat-May, ft 13.J; June, f 1 O.J
rork-June, $1) 07)10; July, 10 10.
Corn May, 37; June, 33.; July,
Oats -May, 30?. ; July, 2 .
NEW YORK UKAfN.
Ndw York, May 27, 11:44 a.m.-
Wheat irregular No. 2 Rod Winter,
11300344; Red Winter, 1 3444; No. 3
Cldcatfo, 11133180; No. 2 Milwau
kee, $1 201 22. Corn quiet No. 2,
Livkrpool, May 27, 2:00 r. M
Wiicat unchun'ed Winter, 10s 3d0
10a J7; Spring, l)i10s; California average,
0i3dl0s 3.1; California Club, 10s
10s Od. Corn 03 ld.js 1 1 J.
THE SENATOR FROM ILLINOIS IS DRAWN OUT
BYA FRIEND, WHO MAKES INJURIES THAT
ENABLE U.IM TO EXPRESS BIS VIEWS UPON
SEVERAL VEItY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS.
Washington, May 24. The tollowing
correspondence between O. II. Iirowniug,
formerly secretary of the interior, and Hou.
David Davis, senator from Illinois, will be
published here to morrow;
THE LETTER OK INQUIRY.
My Dear Juixje The approaching close
of the present session will, it is to be feared,
leave questions unfinished which are of
large public interest, and which materially
affect the peace and prosperity of the union.
Many of your friends in this state und
throughout the west have hoped and indeed
had expected that an opportunity would
have been offered in the seuate by which
your views on these matters could
have been made known to the coun
try. It unfortunately happens amidst the
distractions of party aud strifes of rival
ambitions that the voice of statesmanship
is hushed tow ften when wise counsel is
most needed. This was never more true
than at the present time. The country 13
just emerging from a long period of trial
and suffering, aud the people seek rest from
the angry discord and desire to avoid a
repetition of the periods throutjh which
they have passed. They crave good gov
ernment, stability and perfect reconcilia
tion between the sections. The statesman
who can achieve these general objects will
be blessed as a public benefactor, I have
ventured to embody in the form of inquir
ies appended to this letter some ot the sub
jects upon which your opinions are desired,
if it be agreeable to you to comply with
tiie request ot a large body ot voters and
friends, without distinction of party.
Truly your friend,
O. H. Brow.nisg.
To Hon. David Davis, United States
senator Davis' answer.
Washington, May 14.
My Dear Sir. I have had the pleasure
to receive your letter of the sixth instant.
As a constituent, a friend and an honored
citizen of Illinois you have a perfect right
to ask for my views on public questious
and I have no hesitation in expressing
them, taking the inquiries in the order
presented. Peace in tho Union, permanent
prosperity and fraternal fellowship are only
to be attained by silencing sectional strife.
A faithful adherence to the constitution
and all amendments, strict observance of
the laws in conformity therewith and equal
rights and equal protection for every citizen
in every part of the republic will soon end
discords that have too long vexed the coun
try and injured its material welfare. The
people are wearyof agitation,and want peace.
The constitution wisely defines the re
spective limits of the federal and state gov
ernments under a harmonious system
wherein each is independent in its appro
priate sphere, and both operate concur-'
rently to protect the integrity and stability
of the Union. Any encroachment of one
on the distinctive domain of the other nec
essarily dislocates the machinery of the
constitution and involves danger to whole
body politic' In fact, every departure
from the great charter of liberty and law is
attended with peril. The demand made
by the adherents of one great party for a
strong government means substantially a
centralized government, destructive of
home rule in the states, and the very re
verse ot what Mr. Lincoln well described
as the government of the people, by the
people aud for the people. Carried to its
logical conclusion such a change would
finally overthrow the republic.
the third term,
an innovation upon the sanctified tradition
of the presidency first established by the ex
ample of Washington, is urgently demand
ed by a powerful interest in the Republican
party. If the limitation of two ternm here
tofore universally accepted be destroyed,
the way to a self-perpetuated presidency
will be opened by the use and abuse ot the
enormous public patronage to break down
the barrier, and an end of the experiment
of Republican government looms up darkly
as the cost of a tatal conccessioa.
The rapid growth of corporate power and
the malign influence which it exerta by
combinations on tho national and state leg
islatures is a well grounded cause of alarm.
A strugglo is impending in tho near future
between this overgrown power with its vast
ramifications all over the Union, and
hard grip on much of the political machin
ery on the one hand, and the people in an
unorgnuized condition on the other, for the
control ot the government. - It will be
watched by every patriot with intense
anxiety. , . . .
, ;. - ' ,', ... ' "
CIVIL SERVICE. '
Neither laws, nor the commission
created uuder them, will effectually reform,
the inauy glaring abuses of civil service.
and the latter are powerless for good.' An , v
honest executive bent on a real and not
. 1 . . . 1 1 . 1 t .1
simuiatea reiorm nas auunuaut autnonry
to make it effective everywhere, if he baa
capacity to gee hi. duty and courage ta
Experience has demonstrated that aub
sidies in any form are sources ot corruption
and ought to be forbidden. Private enter
prises that depend for success upon legisla
tion procured by venal agencies do not de
serve public favor.
More than one hundred and filty million,
dollars have been voted by congress to rail
road corporations. The remaining landi
should be sacredlv reserved tor the cultiva- .
tors of the soil, so that tho laboring man
shall have a chance to improve his condition
and to open up a future for his children
away trom tho great cities.
REVISIONS OF THE TARIFF.
, Tariff '"Practically ntaans taxation not
equuaoiy aujusieu auu is uuiuus. m uuo
the interest on an oppressive debt, the pen
sions earned by the blood of soldiers and
sailors who fought for the Union, and the
regular expenses of carrying on the gov
ernment are to be met, the duties on im
ports must continue to furnish one source
of reveaue. So long as these duties are
levied manutacturers will be beuentted ac
cording to the degree or mode In which the
duties may be distributed. The existing
tariff is regarded as a confused mass of in
congruities, and monopolies created by ape-.
cial legislation, and open to constant fraud
on the revenue. It taxes consumers heavi
ly on those articles especially that are most
needed by the toiling masses; it taxes every
newspaper, every sc!lool-book, every bible,
and the salt of working men, with gross in
justice, because the poor pretense of reve
nue does not exisi to cover me wrong, a
revision, therefore, which shall be at once
searching and fair is demanded and should
be promptly and efficiently made,
THE PUBLIC DEBT.
The debt of the United States in round
numbers is two thousand million dollars,
deducting the hoarded cin in the treasury.
The interest last year was one hundred miU
lion dollars. These are appealing figures, and
the rapid extinction of this debt is to be
desired, first, because it diminishes present
burdens, and for the additional reason that
one effect of a permanent national debt is
to create a preferred class, to live on in
comes free from taxes uuder our laws, and
having the protection of the government at
home and abroad, they would contribute .
nothing to its support.
It is practicable, by co-operation betweon
the executive and congress, to reduce the
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puDiic expenses many minions anuuauy,
without impairing tho efficiency of the
public service. Retrenchment is needed
for the reduction of taxes, but it is also
neerded because, properly administered, it
would become a potent factor in reforming
the civil- service.
The ballot-box should be the safeguard
of the republic, for it is iutendod to express
the free will of tho people. Therefore elec
tions ought to be exempt from the presence
ot any menacing force, and to be free from,
ttie contamination of corrupt returning?
boards. No party deserves confidence that
seeks ascendency by striking down honest
suffrage, either by traops, by fraud or by in
timidation. It would not be proper for mo
to express any opinion upon the measure
now pending or proposed in congress. My
votes will speak for themselves at a fitting:
time. Having thus freely answered your
inquiries, I may add in conclusion that my
support will be given cheerfully to any can
didate for a resident who in good faith will
strive to carry out this general lino of po
licy, which, in my judgment, is of far more
importance than the ambition of any man
or the success of any party. As ever your
friend, David Davis.
To Hon. O. II. Browning, Quiucy, III.
iTcnreo Piles Symptoms and Ccrji.
The symptoms are moisture, like persplra- .
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum ; the private parts are some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may follow. Dr. Swayne'a
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptious. Price 50 cents, 3 boxes f I 21
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
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Brown's Household Panacea is the
must effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will nfbst surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation,. ..
It cures pain in the side, back or bowel.
soro throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain, ,
"crown a Household Panacea ' slioulu bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 23 ets. a battle. . .. .,..,!,
Much Sickness, undoubtedly with . chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfita,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual La
destroying worms, can do no possible in- :
jury to the most delicate child. ThU sJ-
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uauie comuinauou nas uceu succeasiuuy
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure In eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twontv-five cents a box.
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ington, D. C, Critic says: "It is intinutwl
to us that niemlyrs of the senate and house ,
PA ftii1vr iinln TIT flaf 'KTnt n x
for relief of nervous postration incident
upuu mis severe strain upon wieir tucuin y
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