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VOLUME XI. CAIIiO. ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING. MAY M. 1880. ; NEW SERIES-NO. 290.
DIRECTORY. I BAIWIOADS. MF.MCA.. I v., ! TI i 1
- I I . I 4, t.U II. AU I I m I
of the icadiiiK business nouses whoso dvertlse-nit-nu
nity be found In Tin Biuttin.
C. O. Patler & Co., Commercial avenue, and Nine
1). Williamson Co.
Yocum 4 Hrodericlf, Wasi. Ave., ror. Eighth.
1', J. OLoiignilu, 1'opUr, cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. ll.WUrean; office, lto Commercial avenue,
Iir. W. C. Jocelyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. E. W Whiliock, I Vi Commercial avenue.
It ht . Smyth, No. 00 Ohio levee
II. II. Candee. No. 7oOhln btvce (up stairs)
Equitable Life, of New York, coru;r Twelfth and
Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
ntid Cummer:!! avenue.
IMUGGISTS-WIIULESALE AND HETAIL.
Ceo. E 0-H:ir, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Hank. Htn and Commercial
i:y National, Ulilo levee.
, corner Twelfth cd Livee,
Ii RACKET STOKE.
E C. Ford. Corner Ninth nd Commercial.
Ci ENEJtAL DELIVERY open i:;iO a. m.; closes
J b: Hi p in.; Sunday :t to I a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 s. re.; closes
ft! p. ui.
Through Express Mails via Illinois Central !:lel
Mississippi Central Kalln-.adH cIof at u p. m.
Cairo iiLii Fopiar Ulutl Through and Way Mail
Cl net, lit 1 p. tl.
Way .Mr.il via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
ceuncs ai.u Jlissjstppi Central Railroads dole at
!:! ft. m
Way .V.1! fir Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at
4:ii . in.
Cairo and Evati"vi!!e Hirer Ronto closet at 2:30
p. m. dliy (except Friday).
Mayor N. B Thisilewood.
Tr aur'r Edward Oer.uiila.
t lerk lirnins J. Koley.
Couuselur- -Wm. li Olfuert.
Marhal J ' Lullue.
Attorney WliUuni Heriir'.iAs.
IIMAIIO or AL.)ERMK!.
First Wsr.l-M. J. Uowky
Seud Wnrd-Daud T. Llnegar C. H. Wood
ward. TMrJ Wnrd-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Koirth Uard-Cliarli!' O. I'a'.ier. James Kyuaeton
lil-.h Waid-T. W. llaUlday, Ernest It. I'ettlt.
Circuit Jndgt I). J- ltsk..r.
Circnii CletU J. A. HeKves.
County Jud .".--It. . Yucuru.
County ("lerk-S. J. lltimui.
Couuty A'tomy-W. C. M tlkey.
X'oantv Trvasurer Miles W. l'urker.
erirf Ji'tin Holies.
Countv Coniniissioners T. W. ilulliduy, J A.
V.. Ci:)ih's. Sauii'-l Brilev.
AFKK'AN M. E.-FourteeLtli tr;et. between
Wa'.m.t aud Cedar streets; services Sabbattt II
a. in. and 7 .M p. w.; Sunday School 1 :9.i p. m.
ilKITIAN-E'.gJteentb street: meeting Sab
bath lu::vip. in.; preacmoK occasiouooi.
CIirP.i'H OF THE RED E KM EK( Episcopal)
J Fourteenth street; Hutiday Morning prayers
l'i . a. m.; evening prayers. 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
school i : J0 a. m. Friday eveniug prayer 7: i p. m.
IKST MISSIONARY HAITI ST CHrKCH.
4 ii...hirn ,.i iii-:ui s m . I ii. ni.. and 7:flon. m.
habbath school at 7: W p. m. Kvv. T. J. Shores,
Jt'THEKAN-Tl.irteinth stwctj s-rvUes Sab
j batb -V a. ui ; Siinilay i-clioolip m. Kev.
lETHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
I lJ-.uV.in.. 4it,hrttli 10.4.1 H tTl . IlT.lt ? fl. IT1
prayer inee'.ing. euui'suay ii. m., j-uuvjuj
School, y a. ni. Iter. Whittnkcr. pastor.
1KESBYTEKIAN-E'.L'hth street; poaching on
Sabba'h at 11:U a. m. uud 7::lp. m.; prayer
meefing Wedm .s.Uv at 7::f)p. m.; Sunday School
at J p. iu. Kev. B. Y. tiuorge, 1'nstnr.
SECOND FHEK-WILL BAPTIST Fiftcctth
O stn-et. tietweeii Walnut and Cctlur streets i ser
vices Sabbath at i and 7::io p. in.
ST. JOSEPH'S Moman r.".tho!lc Comer Cross
and Waluut streets; s -rvlees Si')bat!i lt):30a.
m. ; Mimlay School at .' p. m. ; Vespers .) p. ra. ; ser
vices every day at 3 p. ni.
ST. PATRICK's-i Hornan Catholic) Corner Nlnib
. street und Washington avenue; senioes Sab-t-nt!i
s and P a. m.; Vespers 3 p. in.; Sunday School
S l. m. ; services every d:iy at 8 i. ui. liev. i. Zatul,
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Hoineopathic Physician and Surgeon.
O:1co IU) Oo Amerclal avenue. Residence corner
Fourtn'rub "" asningtou .n Cniro.
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoi-No IV. Commercial Aveiuie, between
Eighth and Niuth Street .
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avcrtoe.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ieo.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialtv.
OFFIC K :
Cor. Twelfth Street andLevee,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. 11.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Runnin? Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Tiuisg Lravr. Cairo:
::()() um. Mitil.
Arriving In St. Lou! a mt Chicago, H::),'i r,.ra. ;
Connecting at Odin and Eflingham for Cincin
nati. Louisville, ludluiupok and point East.
11:1.1 n.m-. Ht. I.ouIh and WVhUtii
Connecting at bt. Louts for all point Went.
:i:'-J i.m. I'uut Kxprcsn.
For St. Louis and rhlcago, arriving at St. Louis
W:13 p.m., and Chicago a .in.
.'J:'-ii p.m. 'iru-innnti Kx proms.
Arrlvln.- at Cinclnrinti T.1S in.; Louinrlllc T:3I
a m.; Itidlana;i!li' 4:i'i r.iii. Piis-eiifers hv
tliiB train nn:fi tin- uliove points ly to :;i)
iloL IIS in advance of any other route.
J-'a.-t Time Knst.
l'jl ,,y ,,,if' lint' 2'' through to Kan.
"y'-"r' lniTii points wltliout any delay
caused t-y Sundav lute
The Katunl'iv lifter
noon tram from Cairn arrives in new York Mondav
ni.u' Yurlr M Ii.v
morning at lo:;n
Ti:irty s;x bonrMn adviip.ee o(
auy other route
tiri-or through tkketj end further iiifurmi.tion,
appivut Illinois Central Unilrond Deput. Cairo.
TKAIN3 AKHIYE AT CAIIiO.
Ktprti's - ..: 'M-, p m.
Accommodation p m.
l if 4:!o a.m!
JAs. .'tiHNSON. .1. I! JONES.
en. Southern. Agent. '1 lok'-t Agent.
W. !', JOHNS'lN. (iell. Pas,-ngef AgeLt.
CAIRO tt ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. AN". fcSMITHKKs-3. Keceirer.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Express leaves Cairn :i:3t'a.n.
Through Expriss arrives at E. St Liie.is. 5:45p.m.
Thrigh Expr leaves E. M. Louis..., :ii.:n.
Through Express arrives at C'airo r.rjn p.tn.
.Murphysbiroaccommodationli avest.'!iiro 1 ::io p.m.
.M'l'phys'mro Aec. iirrives at Murphysbcro 7:.'i p.m.
MurphysLoro Acc. leaves Murohyshoro. .. 5:t a.m.
MurpLvsboro Acc. arrives lit Cairo ll:'.'ia.ra.
The Cairo 4: St Louis Kail Road t the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
ini.nagenicEt. therefore tLere are no d.!ays at
way stations awaiting connections from other'Unes.
Close and sure connections at si . Louis with other
lines for North, Ejst ar.d West
J. A. N A U; I.E.
TIME TABLE OF PASfF.XiiKK TRAINS FROM
VINCENNES (No,". 30, lsTi'.J
No. Day Express .Except un lav). ... 1 :7) p. m.
" ii Eprvsst Except Suudayj I ::.'.". p. ni.
" 4 Niht Express iDaiiy) li:ao. m.
No. 5 Express i 'Kscept Min.lttv) i.:"' a. ni.
" l !ny Express i Except Sunday).... g:.M p. in.
" :i Night Express .Dally) .'. I..'ju. rr..
J. K. Ci.Ar.s. C. S. Conk. Je. .
Agent Vlncenn.-s. (ion. Ticket Ag't Cincinnati
ST. LOUIS, I. M. ct S. R'y.
Cairo Time Tablp.
Texas Express Daily 3:11 p. ni
'.'omiects at Charleston for Colninbiis.
Texas Exrirt'ss Dnilvl -2:V,h. s
Accotnmod'ition' Dailv! 7::it). ..
Office aud Pareuger Depot Xo. .''i Ohio Levee. tni
J. C. ZIMMEH, Ageti
D. Astei.i., Division SiiDeriiiteudent.
QICK HEADACHE !
. f T 1 .... ...1
We Mean Cured, ot JU-teiy uencuu
Aud Can Prove What we Claim.
t-There arc no failures and do disappoint;
ments. if you irouiMea
IfMIK vmi c:in ha cuMiy Him quu-fcii
Wo hm Iw pietitfoa
auuua'.ig ' "
" s ' testiiuonials to any interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
... itii ........a i.smvitnt f'nnatl
Also cure a it romiso ,"' " Lv
Uttlo pill at a dose, xney ... S' 5
R'y.M.Killtota: Priced dects. 5 for
SI. Sold by druggists everywhere or sent by mall
f CARTER MEDICINE CO., ERIE, PA.
TOffflOOA YEAR, or $5 to
00 a day In your own locality
vt U'fimnn An ns well
as men. Mirny malto more
than the amount stated
above, no ouu tu u
do tho work. Y on
Z-v i making everoflered before. Buslnesaj .lea..
ant and strict y honorahlt'. iten.ier, u yo
Unow M Ml tU best paying bus ties- before the
K1! " , andiVato term. free;.amples
' & CO, 1 oruauu, diaiuv
XtX&Aini? mam' 'I'M
HOPS, Dl'CIIl, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Best Medical Qualities of
all other Bitters.
AH diseases of the Stonuch,' Bowels. Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, and I'niuary Organs, Nervous
ness, Sleeplessness and especially Female- Com
plaints. $1000 IN GOLD
Will be paid for a case they will not cure or help
or for anything Impuie or Injurious found In
Ask your Druggist for Hop Bitters and try
thorn beloro you sleep. Take no other.
UnrCoruu Cfiia Is tho sweetest, safest and
best. Ask Children.
The Hop Pao lor Stomicti. Liver and Kidneys
is superior to all others. Ask Druggists.
D. I. C. Is an absolute and irresistible cura for
drunkenness, use of opium, tobacco and nar
cotics. Scud for circular.
Ail above sold by druggists.
Hop Bitters Mauni'acturljg Co.. Kochcster, N. Y".
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
I.y Carrier, 2oc Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
SIO Per Year, BIO
If paiJ Yearly or Somi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 4-S Column S Pa.sre Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
&2. OO iia82.00
To CLIT.S of FIVE or MORE,
$1.50 ur Year.
TnE 1 )ULLETL'BlXI)ERY
BLANK IBOOK WOliK
Of all Kinds.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
A.11 Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished aud orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
wo-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Shoot,
ami Quarter Sheet Powers ami
roraiumes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Iteatls, Bill Heutls, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Laillngr. Show
Cards, Business Cards. Ball
ami WeiUins Invitations Book Work,
Etc., F.tc. Etc.. Etc.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
,1 CT ATTT.fi.
On and after Monday, June tO, tho boat will make
Foot Fourth st,
8 a. m,
10 a. m.
i p. m.
4 p. m.
H::iO a. ni.
10:) a. m.
2:30 p. m.
9 ft. m.
a p. m,
' 1 I . 1 T A PI T I ATlTrt
AUK CURED I
No organ of thought or action can he employed
without tuH assistance of the blood, aud no organ
can be employed, safely or with impuultv without a
supulyof healthy blood. With healthv blood thu
exercised organs become well developed, w hether
they be muscular or Intellectual. Bvthouseol
FELLOWS' COMPOUND SYRL'P OF HYPO
PHOSPHITES the blood Is speedily vitalized mid
ptirllled, and so made capable of producing a sound
nilud and a sow ' body.
'Persons suffering from Impure blood, or whoso
health Is giving way. either as ministers or those,
U'ltll Blltllv rl.M.ilu ulll..lln U.....r. i I. ......... .
to build them up
.. ......j .i.'ruij, nil, uuu ,u lull OJIUIl IMUU1UIU
ana tne ionic to Keep tn.;ni
Pittsfiei.k. M March. H7a,
Mil. Jamcs I. Fiu.ows-Dear Sir: During the
pjst two years I hav given your Compound Svrtip
ot HypophosphltesifalrthttUgh somewhat severe
trial in my practice, and am able to speak with con
fidence ol its effects. In restoring persons suffer
In from emaciation and the debility follo.ving dip
therla. it tias douo wonders. I constantly rt.-9'ii-men''
its use In all aucctions of the thro.it and
lungs. In se,ural cues considered hopeless, ft has
given relief, and the patients ore fust recovering;
among these uru coimnmptlves and old bronchial
subjects, whose diseases hava resisted the other
modes of treatment. For Impaired digestion, and
iu fact for debility from any cause, I know of noth
ing eipial to it. Its direct effect In strengthening
thein rvous syMem reuderslt snltable for the ma
jority of (lieves. I am. sir. yours trti'.v.
WM.S. HOWE, M.D.
Note It is only the Independent, we'l p!ed.
and tUK'Ush physicians who can afford to prescribe,
this remedy. Eiprieuce has proved this. The
Inchest class medical men In every large city where
it is known, recommend it
SYMPTO.AIS OF A
I.o.s of s.;i:i
ite. na'l'ei li-nv' pn.,v,v ri.i'n in
tio' ru'H-i . Ha h
OHM si ll:il lull in I ;
'Li l' tU II;.'
t'(n;."r. iow tiirr
,i -i I
ui ireiit. i
: iiV eo.or -'i iir:
i tiievw.trniiigs are unheeded, er;u. llsoases
wtil soijii be developed.
Tl'TT'S ril.L'Sarj esp vially al.npted to such
cases, one do-eeff-Tts such a change of fueling us
lottstor.isi. t!u su:'..'rer.
A Not oil Divine S:iys:
Dr Tuti.'-Dcar Sir: For ten years I have been a
rurtyr to dyspetisu, consti: atlon and piles.
Las' sprin.' your pills were recommended: I used
them. I am now a well man. have a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, piles gone,
and have gained fjrty pounds of flesh. T!i"y are
worth their weigh! in gold,
P.EV. Ii L SIMPSON. Louisville, Ky.
They mcr.-? t'u apwtlt.'. aud causu the bodv
to take o:i ;! 'sh. th is tae svs!si is nourish I, anil
y their t.mic s -tion or: the digestive organs, rcti.
lar stools ars produced. Prlw 5 cjut. oi Mur
ray Street, N. X.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
tiruv ha'ror wh'.skirs caan-.-ed t.i a g'osv black
by a single application of this dvu. It imparts a
natural color, acts is.tautaneouslv. sold by drug
gists, or sent by express ou receiut of SI
Office. Murray Street. New York.
SOR GOUT i
ACL'TE OH C II HO NIC
under the above Trade M i
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PAWS AND LEIPZIG.
fmmiMtlntM relti.f u-rtrrnt,f.M P., nn.oif t,.,
guaran'eeil. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted I'liystdutu of Europe nnd'Anierlca. becoming a
Stanie. Hurailess and ltell.ihle K,.midv on Imih
contluetils. The hlghes. Medical Academy of
H..,)rts ov dir,.f out of iiiii cases within three
I.. 10H..1..V,,,. k,,i, hv all Itrngglsts. A.litr.ss
res.- . .- ..
k ,.1 t... all IlM'Vi.lslS.
. . j
I7,.iU OJ nil ' tta ' , - V,
HAJUOLIUl .v f .'o
Only In-porters' Depot its ISroftdway, N, l .
Sale by I5AKCLAY DHUS.. and Druggets
vrx TT ATT CI TV
J. a?. WABREN & CO.
fii& GG W. Second St.
Foreign aud Domestic Jrled aud Misuod Fruits ud
Vegetables. Canned, urieu auumu s
les. Sauces, (ills and Condiments. Soup
stutK HaUtug Powders, gronurt and
wholo Spices. Toilet uud Laundry
Soaps, Seed, Jellies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries nnd Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "0R0CERSL
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Cnic.Mio, May 28, 10:00 a. m.
Wheat-May, l 14; June, $ 104;
Pork-July, 410 10; August, f 10 200
Corn-May, C3$; June, 30,1$; July,
Oits-Mayaud June, 31 July, 29f8'.
NEW YORK GUAfN.
New York, May 23, 11:30 a.m.
Wheat-irregular No. 2 Red Wiutcr,
11 42; Red Winter. $1 3043J$;
Chicago, IH9012O; No. 2 Milwau
kee, l 201 22. Cora (juiet-Xo. 2,
Liveiu-ool, May 2S, 2:00 p. m.
Wheat quiet and steady Wiutcr, 10s 3J
10a CJ; Spring, O;09slOJ; California
average, 0i 3d10s 1.1; California Club,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
CAPITAL NOTES EXECUTIVE NOMINATIONS.
Washington, May 23. The president
nominated Albert 13. Ribb ot Idaho, agent
for the Indians of Malheur agency in
Oregon; Benjamin F. Thacker of AuJu
bon. supervisor of census, Thirl district
Colorado; Assistant Paymaster Frank
Plunkett, to post assistant paymaster Un
ited States navy,
The house committee on military affairs
recommends that claims for military service
by officers or privates of Missouri in sup
pressing the rebellion be referred to the
committee on war claims.
THE PACIFIC HAILKOADS.
The house committee ou Pacific railroads,
with two dissenting votes, decided to rec
ommend passage of the "Newbury bill,"
granting evteusion of six years to tlio
Northern Pacitic railroad. The committee
is still in session on the Texas Pacidc bill.
The secretary of state received a teleg
raphic dispatch from Farman, consul-general
at Cairo, stating that the obelisk and
pedestal have b:-ea placed on board a
steamer which will sad in fortnight for
tae Unitjd States.
THE UNFINISHED MONHOHS
The secretary of tho navy to-day seut the
president ot the senate a communication in
relation to the necessity and propriety of
completing four unfinished double turretcd
monitors, the Monadnock, Puritan, Terror
The treasury department to-dav nur
chased 403,000 ounces of fine silver for de
livery nt the Philadelphia, San Francisco
and Carson mints.
DEPARTMENT TO BF. CLOSED ON SATUKDAV.
The following note was to-day sent to the
heads of all departments, the government
printer and chief of the agricultural
Dear Sir I am directed by the presi
dent to ssy that the several departments of
the government will be closed ou Saturday,
the L'Otli iast., iu remembrance of those
who felt iu defence of the nation aud to en
able employes to participate in commemor
ative ceremonies of the day. Very respect
fully, your obedient servant.
: Signed W. K. Rogers,
The senate executive session confirmed
Benj. T. Thacker census supervisor Third
district ot Iowa; Leonard Love, agent tor
the Indians at Cheyenne agency, Uiltota;
T".'":, , resister of land orfice, Bis
W. 11. I arknurst, aghu ic. .
k 1 z"l 1 1 . .
Rrule agency, Dakota; li. . cuaiuuers,
Nebraska, r-'gister laud ollice, Niobrara; I).
M. Key, Tennessee, Uuited States district
iud"e f-r Eastern and Middle districts ot
J - - it. rr , at.
Tennessee; A. J. tivaus, nacu, u''t
toruev Uuited States, western ilistnct oi
Texas; N. Ootf, Jr., Clarksburg, W. a., to
bo attorney United States tor district of
Viroinla. Postmasters: J as. n.
Hnytord, Laramie City, Wyoming;
Bailey, Evatiston, Wyoming.
The senate rejected tho nominations of
8. Nowtou of Pettis, Pa., to be associate
justice of the supremo court of the terri-
tory of New rucxico, uuu o. j. omuuv.i i
1... H.nl,rt..tn, nt P.mmtMV.
rotueroy, u., to i'u pusiumumi i v....v..v.
Washington, May 27.-Tho Eaton com
mission bill will coruo up in the senate to-
... ..,.1 if on, .nm now n.4 tllOUL'h the
morrow, ouu .w ov - o
protectionists had entirely captured the
usniiim rofivrmers. and that the bill will be
passed. It has not so many friends in tho
house, however, and its oppoucnts are so
hostile to it that they threaten to fillibuster
against it If they bare to stay nere an sum
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THE PACIFIC RAILROAD.
Washington, May 37. The .house Paci
fic railway committee had a six-hours' ses
sion to-day over the land grant question.
It was finally decided to extend the time
tor the Northern Pacific to earn its grant
six years. Tho lands, however, arc to be
sol d at fi.30 an acre, and the money real
ized shall be expended to complete the
construction of the road. When the road
shall have been constructed the lands re
maining shall revert to the government.
It is impossible to say how much money
this involves. It depends entirely on what
the company can do m the way of mak
ing contracts for the work of construction.
GENERAL DEFICIENCY BILL.
Among the items embraced in the gener
al deficiency bill reported to the house this
afternoon are tho following: To complete
the custom house, court house and post-office
building at Chicago, 1100.000; for in
ternal revenue department, $39C,283; being
a deficiency lor the year 18S0; for defray
ing expenses of- the supreme court and of
circuit and district courts of the United
States for 1878, 20,000; for 1870, 200,-
000; for 1880, $223.000 provided that no
part of this appropriation shall be used in
payment ot general or special deputy mar
shals for services rendered at any election;
for payment of fees and expenses of United
States marshals and general deputies earn
ed during the fiscal year ending June 30,
Principal discussion was on the Texas
Pacific grant, and the decision of the coml
mittce loaves the matter just about where
it is at present. The company has yet ten
years remaining in which to earn its landf
grant, and the sub-committee havinz the
matter iu charge were recommended Jo re
port a bill declaring all of the crant not
earned by '82 forfeited. The disposition of
the committee, however, seems to be to
make over the back-bone land grant to tho
road uow building to connect New Orleans
with the Texas Pacific.
Poverty and Distuksn. Tli.,t nnmri.
which produces the rrrniitMt l!trps ia nni
ot the pur) but of the blood. Deprived ,
of its richness, it becomes scant and watery,
a common termed anemia in medical writ
ings. Given this condition, ami rnii'nliw
swellinirs and sores, sreneral ami
debility, loss ot rlesh and appetite, weak
mugs, mroat uiseases and consumption,,
are amonir the common result. TIwr..tro
if you are a sufferer from thin, poor blood,'
uo not uesnate, out employ Uolden Medical
iiaeoiery wiucu cnriciies the uloo.l and
radically cures these atlections by striking
tit me root ci me evil and removing tins
eapne. For all bronchia!, throat, and lung
affections, severe lingering coughs, weak
lungs, consumption in its early stages,
asthma and kindred affections. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is the sovereign
remedy, and has outrivaled all its competi
tors. It is harmless in any condition of the
system, yet powerful to cure. Druggists
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak-'
uess, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I
will send a reeeint that will euro
, i - - - -
free ot chanre. This front ronimlir
discovered by a missionary in 8outh
America. Send a self-addressed envelope '
to the Rev. Josenh T. fniiinn. StnH.in n
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New lork Citv. .
Itcipino Piles Symptom vn Cvov
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, incrunsnil 1 iv anrnroli-
ing. very distressing particularly at night,
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum: tho nrivntn nnstj an, '
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timcs affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may fellow. Dr. Swayne's
AU-Ilealiug Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum, -Scald
Head, Eryesipelas, Rarber's Itch, '
Blotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Price r0 tvnu. :t hnv,.a t os
Sent by mail to any address en receipt of
price iu currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swavne A
Sou, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all nrumiiient druLTists.
Brown's Hocsluolo Panacea ii tho
..."t.":.'f.,?ii'tive nam dejtrover in tli w.irbL
wiiovnei v-iii. , . ,
Dain alleviator, and it ff' vim.lilood whth-
tho strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pa:n in tuts siue, uuwiv u. u""v.
sore throat, riieumatism, louiuutuu,
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of tho Pan
acea in a tutuoier oi m wuut (.sweuuv
if preferred), taken at bed tune, will urea
up a cold. 23 cts. a bottle. '
uuniiv with clul-
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dreu, attributed to other causes, is occasion :
ed bv worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, altliougU enectuai m ;
destroying worms, can do no possi Die in
jury to tho most delicate child. Thi' Tal
ttable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and fouud to be abso
lutely sure la eradicating worms, so htirtful ;:
to cnildren, iwcnty-uvu . ,
Mental Stratn Relieved. Tho Wash
ington, D. C, Critic says? "It is intimated ;
to us that members of the senate and house
are freely using Waruc's Safe Nemno
for relief of nervous postration incident
upon tho severe strain upon their mental ,;
powers," ' .',:
Habitual coustipation cured nd tha
bowels strengthened by the regular use of
Carter's Little Liver Pills in small dose.
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