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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN,
of tlio Itiidliiv! 1iiincM tiuuu wlioo vlvertlne
incut may bo found In The Dri.i.tTix .
C. O. I'Mlcr & I'o.i Commercial avonuc slid Nine
. Williamson A Co.
Yonun A HroeVricU, Wurli. Ave, cor. Eighth.
J , .). 0'l.uugiiiin, I'oplar, cur. Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Marfan; otllce, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. Joprlyu, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. Wtmluck, 1 M Commercial avcuue.
l!M . Smyth, No. 60 UMo levee.
It. II. Cat;dc. No. ToOblo levee (up tlr)
Equltalile Lire, of New York, corner Twelfth anil
Widows and Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Commi rcUl avenue.
DRVWilSTS -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
(ho. E. O'lUra, Eighteenth and Commercial.
All-zander County liutik, bill and Commcr, Wl
I:) National, Ohio levee.
Cbttupion. Three St.ih-.
Julin Sprout, toruer Twelfth and Levee.
K C. Ford. Corni r Ninth and Commercial.
i EN ERA L PKLIVKKT open :;w a m.; cloeel
VJT b.yi p.m. ; Sunday : h to H a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; doled
a! v tn.
Through EiprtM Ma!!? via U!l:iol CeMral r.Vi
MiKfii'i'ippI Cettral KnilromU clou- at i p. m.
Cairo ut.d Poplur Bluff TLnmuli and way Mall
C i at 1 p. tn. ...
Way Mail via Illtuoi' (Yntre.1. Cr.iro and In
cenui and Mif.eippi Central Kailrut.il close at
V: I, p in.
Way fjf Narrow (iaiiue Rullro'id che at
cifrrhLd Evan'vllle River Rome clou' at il:SO
p. m. ciit:y (except Friday).
Treai'urer Edward Dezoula.
Clerk DrLuin. J. Foley.
Coun"dor--Wm. It liilhert.
HOAH0 nr AI.OKHUE.
r lrnt VYnnl-M. .1. lluwUy . . ,
hrooud Ward-David T. LInei?ar, C. R. Wood-
Tulr.l Wnrd-W. V. WHu'lit. F.tfVrt Smith.
Fo-irth Ward-Charl.-). l'atier. .luiaes Kynaotou
Fifth War-l-T. W. HallUUy. Eri;et li. IVttl!.
Circuit Jiide-1). .1. Haki-r.
Circuit Cleik .1. A. lt.-vii..
County J udk'e-R. S. Yoctim.
Couutv CKrk-S. J Htimm.
Countv At!orny-V C. Mulkey
Counr'vTrcB.urvr-Milc W. 1'urkir.
Sheritf John Uudce.
County CornniUfioniri' T. W. ilalllday, J A.
M liilth, Samuel ISriley.
AFRICAN M. E - Fourteenth ftrvet. between
Walnut ami Cedar nreet: d nloen haliliath 11
a. in. and?:' p. m.; Sunday School 1 p. in.
IIRISTIAN-Eiphteeiitli meet; meeting Sab-
bath It):! p. in.; preacmua ixcai-juutiuj.
CHLT.CJI OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Fourteenth ftreet; Sunday Morning prayer
1 :1I a. m.; evening prayer. 7:30 P- m.: Sunday
school ::) a. m. r'r.diiy evening prayer 7 ::i p. m.
VII'.ST MISSIONARY HArTIST CHCRCU.
I1 I'reachlng at K::w a. m., i p. m.. and 7::i"i p. m.
baiibatli chX)l al 7::W p. m. Rev. T. J. Shore,
IUTHERAN-Thlrteenth itreet; y.-rvUei Sah
j bath l:i a. ni.; Snnduy i-chool i p. m. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eitrhtl- and Walnnt ctreet;
I'reachlne Snbt.ath l):. a. rn. and 7 p.m.;
praver meetln,:. Wcdneaday 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
School, a. m. Kit. Whluaker. pallor.
1)RESBTERI AN -Eighth ftreet; preachlUB on
Sabbath at 11 :ll a. m. and 7 : - m.; prayer
motlnis Wednesday at 7:) p.m.; Sunday school
at 3 p. mi. Rev. H. V. Ueotie, pastor.
OECOND FREEWILL HAITIST - Fifteer.th
O atreet. between Walnut and Cedar flreeUi er
vlcen Sabbath at H and 7:i p. m. 9
T. .lOSEI'H S Roman Catholic) Corner ('mm
C5 und Walnut firie!)"; cervicen Sabbath HI:' a.
m. ; Sunday School al 8 p. m. ; Vefpern 3 p. in. ; fer
Ticcn ever' day al ! p. m -
CT. PATRICK' (Rnman Catholic) Corner Ninth
Ktn'el and Wuthlt!.f on avenue; ericep Sab
hath H and M a m. ; Veiiperf a p. m. ; Hnmlay School
p. m. ; fcrvleet ever)- day at b p. m. Rev. F. Zahel,
II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Kompopathic Physician and Snrjjeon.
O.llce 140 Ui, iimerclal avune. Reaiilvncc corner
Fourteenth St. and Wapdiinuton aveuue, Cairo.
jU. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
OrncK No. l:;P. Commercial Avenue, bclwcen
Klghth and Ninth Street
JR. w. c. jocelVn,
' OFFICE-ElRhtU. Street, near Commercial Aveuue.
TROPRIETOU OF SrROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE HYTIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Ijoadw a Spocialtv.
o f 1 F l o JO I
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leveo,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Rnnninsr Two Daily
TraiiH From Cairo. Muklnsr DI
RECT COXSKCTIOX with
Tiuinh I.kavk Caibo:
Arriving In St. LouU'jij.'.a.ra.: Chlcejn.H:! p.m. ;
ConnecllriK at Oilln and Ertlnjjhaui for Cincin
nati, Luuinvllle, Iniiiaiiup:: and polnia East.
11:15 a.m. SJt. I.oule aud Western
Conuectlns at Si, Loula for all point West,
p.m. l-':itt KxproHH.
For St. Louie and chlcan. arrlvinc at St. Louis
lo;l.'j p m., ant' ( hicao 7:a m.
3 in. ' 'liii-ir-ii'iti Kxpi hbb.
Arrivin- ut Clnrliitall 7:1.1 a m.; Lou!llle 7:011
a m.: Indianupolin 4:im a.m. l'nfieDX'-rs hv
Huh train n-aui'-tlie above pidnrs 1 J to Mil
llOl'I'S in advance of any other route. .
Fast Time Kast.
P'l fT1W1V ""u K1' throu.'h to Kast.
x iiniu,i l ,.rn j,,,,!,!, without "any delay
cauned bv Sunday luterv.-inn. The Ssturd iv after
noon tralu from Culm rrle In new Vi.rlc Monday
moruitic m e::i'i. Tl.lrly s.x Iiouri In advance of
uuy other route.
If For through tl(ket and further Irif.inriat'.on,
aplvt Ullniils Central Kaiiroad Depot. Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
K-fpreM - :, p m.
Arcommodutlon , p r.i.
Mall :!J n.m.
JA. .H'HNMJN. .1. II .(ONES,
i. en. (.oiitln-rn Atf-tit. llcki-t AtfeLt.
W 1', JOHNSON, (kii. Fa-K-nL'' r A;v-Lt
(JAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. R.
JI. W. SM1THKKH, K.Hivor.
SHORTEST 81I0RT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ibroilfh Etprec leave Cairo ': 'o m
Through Expr, cs arnvvii at K. St. Lnui. S:4Jp.m.
Through Eiji-k li-:ive E St. Louis.... '.:.. m.
ThroiiL'h Express arrives at Cain Vlilp.ia.
MuriihysboroacconiEHMlati juleavt-s Cairo 1 :Zf p.m.
.Muphys!ro Acc. arriv-s-at Mtirphysboro 7:"' p.m.
Murihysbnro Acc. leaves Murphysboro. . . S:i"a.m.
Murphrrboru Acc. arrives at Cain 11 :ija.m.
The Cairo 4 St Louis Wall Knad Is the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Louis under one
nianai.'emei;t, therefore there an- no delays at
stations awaitititf eonnectbns from other'line.
Close and sure connection at St. Louis with other
lines for North, K;.st end West.
J. A. NAL'liLE.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y
TIME TAI1I.E OF I'ASSKSiiEU TRAIN FROM
vi.n(i:n.',f.s (Nu. :J0, 179.J
No. .' Ibiy Express , Except sun ltiyi. .. . 1 : il p. r.i.
' II Kpress i Except Sunday)....' l:-.r.p. m.
" 4 Ni;tit Express i Daily) K ;:. m.
No 5 Express (Except Sunday) i;:o!a. n
" 1 Iiiv E;iires iKtc-i't s'lti.'.nv) -J:'ip. m
' :i Niht txi'ress Daily) .'. l:a. m.
J. R. Clahk, C. s. Conk. .Ii:.,
Auent Vincennes. lieu. Tieket A I Citc!nna:l
gT. LOUIS, I. M. S. R'y.
C:iro 'l'iino 'l'tibli.
Texas Express I D'i'.ly) 2-1" p. m
Connects at Charlestuli for Columbus.
Texas Expre-s Dally .'::!:. a
AceomiiiiMbitlou Dallyl 7 :V p. ..
Office and l'asseuer Depot No r." lililn I.evee.tm
J. C. ZIMMKK. Avn
I). Axtki.I., Division Si'.Kerintendent.
QICK HEADACHE !
Wc Mi'iin Cured, ot Merely IMioved
And Can I'ruvo Wliat we Calm.
tryThere lire no failure and no disappoint,
mcnts. If you urn troubled with SICK 1IKAD-
ACHE you can be easily ami quickly cured, as
hundreds have been already. We shall be pleased
to mull a sheet of testimonials to any Interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also euro all forma of IlDloiisness, prevent Consul
patlon and Dyspepsia, promote Dlwestlon, relieve
distress from too hearty eui tnsr. correct Disorders
of tho Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Keuuluto
the, llowels. They do nil tills by takluir Just one
llttlu pill at a du. They nre purely veuetable, do
not nrlpe or purire, iitul aro ns nearly perfect as
II Is possible for ft pill to be. Price it cents, S for
f 1. Sold by drilci;lsts evervwhero or ent by mull.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., ERIE, l'A.
fh -4 K A A 'm' VEAR, or f s to
SLL I 111 I " ly 1 vour own locality
j I ill II I So risk Women do as well
rl I I ZJJ JM ,lll)U' S1""v "Hike more
7T w v v than the anion nt utatod
aliove. No one can fall to
make money fast. Any one can do tho work. You
can make from tnic tof'i an hour bv devotim vour
ovetilims and spare time to the business. It costs
notiiiiitf to try tiie Dimness. rothinK like it for
money niaklni; vvurnfl'cred before. Iiuslucss pleas
att and strictly honorable, Reader, If you want to
kno.v nl) nlinut tho best pavlnu husluess bufon the
public, send us your address nud we will aend von
full particulars and lirlvute terms freuiaamulea
worth til also free you can then make up your
mind fur yourself. Addruo OEORUK UTIN'SON
A CO. Fortland, Mulut
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
dicluc.iiot drink, )
HOW. Bl'CIIU. MA' i)RAKE, DAN
DELK.. And the Purest and Best Medical Qualities of
all other Bitters.
All diseases of the Stom ich, Rowels, Wood,
Liver, Kidneys, and L'ulnary Organs, Nervous
ness. S.eejilcssness and especla'.iy Female Com
plaiuts. f 11)00 IN GOLD
Will be paid for a case they will not cure or help
or for auythini,' Impure or injurious found In
Ask your Dragjist for Ilnp Bitters and try
them before you sleep. Take no other.
IIorCoiiiH Cfim is the sweetest, safest and
bust. Ask Children.
The Hop Pao tor Stomach. Liver and Kidneys
is superior to all others. Asu Dru-isU.
D. I. C. Is an absolute and Irreslstable cure for
drunkenness, use of opium, tobacco and n.ir-cot-.
Send for circular.
All above sold by druirlsts.
Hop Hitters Manufacturing Co.. Rochester, N. Y.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
Py Carrier, 2oc Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
SIO Per Ve:ir. 810
If paiJ Vi':r!y cr S.-mi-Yu:ir!y
IV AD VAN C K
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 4S Column SPa?e Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
To CU'BS of FIYH or MOnE,
$1.50 per Year.
HLAXK BOOK WORK
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job Work
Estimates luriuslied nci orik'ra fror.i
ubrouJ promptly atteuikvl to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters and
Programmes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note
Heads. Statements, Bills Ladiu?, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
und Wedding; Invitations, Book Work,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On nnd After Momlnv. Jiino m. tii hunt win mnUii
tho folluwlUK trips:
LEAVE LBA7B4 LEiYEt
Foot Fourlti t. MUioiirl Laud'ir. Kentucky li'g.
H a. m.
10 a. tn.
12 p. m.
S:')i a. m.
U-M h. m.
i M , m.
tt t. m.
i) p, ra.
5 p, m.
3 p. Ill
MORNING. MAY 30, 1880.
No orjfan of thniiabt or action cn h cmplovotl
without tiie H98ititnce of the Wood, mil no organ
c lie employed Hiifuly or with Impuuitv without a
upply of healthy blood. With healthy b'nod the
exercleiid orirann become well developed, whether
th"y bo muscular or Intellectual. Bv the ue ol
FELLOWS' COMI'OL'NI) KVKUP OK HYl'U
PHOSPUITES the blood I speedily vitallued and
purified, and so made capable of producing a sound
mind and a sound body.
"IVrsons tittering from Impure blond, or whone
health l glvinrr way. either a minister or tlions
who tiily closely, will find In the Syrup the mate
to build them up, and the tonic to Keep them
there." DR. t'LAV.
PiTTsrrgui, Mr.. Murch. 1-CJ,
Mr. Jamki I. FcLLOw-f Uear Sir: During the
pint two years I have irlven your Compound Hyrup
ot Uypoibosphltes a fair thwuch omei, hat severe
trial in riy practice, nnd am able to speak with con-flileo'-e
of its cf'tfft. In ri torlu? pert o.u n -ffer-Inj
frOM emaclullun and the di'bilitr followim; dip
therla, It has done wonders. I cni.stantly rtcom
mend Its use In all elections of the thront and
lungs. In several casts considered hopeless, it has
glveu relief, and the patients ure fast rvcfiveritig;
among thee are consumptives and old brouchiiil
subjects, whoso diseases liavo resisted the other
modes of tr.-atment. Kur Impaired dlu'estton, and
In fact for debility fiom anv cause, I know of noth
Ir.gcqual to it. ltd direct e'.lect In strencthelilti"
t lie nervous syktem renders It suitable for the ma
jority of (lieikv. I ani. sir. yours trulv.
WM. S. UOWE. M. I),
Notb. It I onlvthe Independent. we'l i'led,
and un(i!ft-h physicians who Cln a3ord to prescribe
this remedy. Experience has provrd th's. The
highest clas medical men in CTery large cltv where
It is known, recommend It
SYMPTOMS OF A
,pu nf Bptv' rui'iaoi. bfiw.'ii r.utiv,., .din in
tflr t.i.i V it ;. -i
'llf.'lt i. Ill ; tin; l.ll. n .,
j.i.il, IlIl-l-T la l.T-O.n.l...
li.:u.l. irr. Ti'ii. rv ,'t t ; ,,-r. i.m .mtin. m- ,.
ii,.-.'iii'r . wmi i : -,'n: "i iiT
H-.-r:tiu' nl i in- n ,ri.
' i.. ih'ilihi li.-. rest-
I, tl,. u: li l'UI. nt'iiy , u.uri'.; i i r i ii -
If thfsenarnliigH nre nnhefiVil, ierl(iusiUsoHse3
Wiil eooil be ilevcloped.
TrPT'S PILL'S are esp,.-I:i:!y alaptel to such
cases, one doe enVc? such a caaue of feeling at
toastonish the sutlerer
A Noted Divine Siij
Dr.Tatt :-I)enr Sir : For ten yc:ir( I have been a
u.arLi iu us-.,epia. constipation and piles
Last spring your Dills were recmnrnHnilrttt r .
them. lain now a well man, have a good apiie
tlte, d.gestion perfect, regular stools, piles eoue,
and have gained for:y ponnds of tlesh. Tiieyare
worm ineir weigut n: gold.
KEV. U. L. SIMPSON, LnuUvllle. Ky
Thev i!icr..iii. ts a,,.i,it.. ,1... v....i..
to ttse ou Apa. til ls tae vuix is nourished, and
v meir 101:1c action on tne digestive organ, rcgu
lar stoo.s are produced. Price ii cuts. a; Mur
r.iy .street. X. y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE
(iray hair or whiskers changed to a glossy black
bv a single application of this dye, It Impiirts a
..,..r.,,,.,..., lunin. ,iuneous:y, 5ola ny drug
gists, o seat by express on receipt of $1.
OfRee, 35 Murray Street, New York.
S OR GOUT 1
ACUTE OR CHKOvIC
Maaifiictttrid only under the nbove Trade Ma
ElEOPEAN salicylic MEDICINE CO
0? PARIS AND LEIPZIG.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
guaranteed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physicians of Europe and America, hueomlug a
Staple. Harmless and Reliable Remedv on both
continents. The highest Medical Academy of
rans re pons .) cures out oi ni cases wiimn tliree
days. Secret The only dissolver of the poisonous
Uric Acid which exists in the Ulood of Rheumatic
and liouty Patients. $1 a box; ti boxes for f.V
Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by alt Druggists. Address
W.VSHBUUN & CO.,
Only Importer' Depot Hi Broadway, N, Y.
For Sale by BARCLAY BROS., and Druggist
iAI Tv TTATTCITil!
J. T. WARREN & CO.
(U& 00 W. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried and canned FrulU and
Vegetable. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oil and CoudlmeuU. Soup
ftuil's, Baking Powders, ground, nud
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps, seed, Jellies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled In tho West.
SEND FOKOUR "GR0CERSI
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
WAsiiixfiTox, jray 88. The houao com
mittee agreed to make an adverse report
upon Mr. Springer's resolution to annul the
Voeltcr wood-pulp putent.
The house committee on prifate land
claims, by a vote of 3 to 3, (three members
decliningtovote) decided to report adverse
ly upon the bill to determine the title to
the tract of land known as Rancho Puuoche
Grande, California, (McGarrahan claim).
The greater part of the executive session
of the senate this afternoon was devoted to
the pending nomination of ex -Congressman
Horace Maynard, of Tennessee, as postmas-tcr-ficneral.
Senators Beck aad Youaiees
spoko niinst its confirmation ou account of
llaynard's extreme partisan course during
reconstruction times in Tennessee, nnd Sen
tor B.iiley, of Tcnuessre, made a short
speech in favor of confirmation, taking
ground that, in view of Maynard's unques
tioned private integrity and ability, his ex
treme partisanship during the exceptional
period referred to should be overlooked in
the iuterests of peace and reconciliation.
Pending further discussion senate ad
journed. Senator Harris of Tennessee is known to
be in favor of continuation, and as it has
been reported favorably by the committee
on postollkes, probabilities are that it will
be confirmed ut the next executive session.
The senate pension committee voted to
report, with some verbal amendments,
house bill granting pensions to certain sol
diers and sailors of the Mexican war, in
Indian wars with the Creeks and Seminoles.
The bill repeals the section of the revised
statutes which provides that "no money on
account of pensions shall be paid to any
persons, or to the widow, children or heirs
of any decesed person, who, in any man
ner, voluntarily engaged in or aided or
abetted the late rebellion against the au
thority of the United States."
the legislative bill.
The house committee on appropriations
voted to-day to report to the house recom
mending nou-concurrence in most of the
senate amendments to the legislative, execu
tive and judicial appropriation bill and the
appointment of a committee of conference.
The senate confirmed the following post
masters: .1. W. Patlofan, Hillsboro, O.;
tn. F. Case, Logan, 0.
RIVKKH AND IIAKBOKi.
Washington, May 2. The senate com
mittee appropriates seventy-five thousand
dollars tor the reservoir system at head
waters of the Mississippi. The following
changes, made by the committee in the
river and harbor bill, are of local interest:
The appropriation for Illinois river is de
creased from $110,000 to $33,000; for the
Mississippi, between the mouths of the
Illinois and Ohio river, from $330,00 to
$.'00,000. An appropriation of $3,000 is
added to improve Cuivre river trom the
mouth to chain of rocks, and removing
snags, etc. The appropriation for remov
ing bar opposite Dubuque, Iowa, is in
creased trom $3,000 to $7,000; for lmnrov
mg the Missouri river at Council Bluffs.
from $80,000 to $30,000; at Eastport,
Iowa, at Nebraska City, from $14,000 to
?w,uuo; mac river, Aruansas, iroui "i,000
to $13,000. The item upproprhtiuc $23,-
000 for Hannibal is stricken out, as is that
for building an ice harbor at St. Louis,
which is included with surveys.
HOW THEV 110 DOWN THE MOUNTAINS.
Suu Krunclsco Arijus.
The California ranchmen have wonderful
aptitude for driviug, and one sees some
prcttv L'ood examples ninony tin- liilU. Tim
road down the mountain sides is entirely
unguarded on the outer edge, and the de
scent m most places is precipitous. A
balkv horse or a fractured wlim-1. nr n
slight carelesmes in handling the reins,
mmiii easily semi a carriage-loud of peo
ple to destruction and an awful destruc
The path is wide enough for one nair of
" o l
wnee is oniv. out at intervals, it urnni mm.
so that teams may pass each other,
Tho huge lumber teams which carry
wood from the mills in tho mountains to
tho yards in the valleys aro especially hard
iu uiuuiiuu. ici uiu unvers always seem
easy and nonchalant. First there is a largo
four wheeled oaken truck with a seat in
frout teu feet above the ground; behind it
is another truck. goilliu-lmr ulinrlrr hut
still enormously stout. Theso ore fastened
togetiicr ana loauou witn 10 to la tons ot
freshly sawn lumber, boards and Joists.
This mass is drawn bv mix or ri'i'h mnlia
or horses, guided by reins and a prodigi
ously long wmp, ino nrst wagon lias a
.-. .i .
poweruu oraKc, worned uy a long iron
ever bv tho driver unon liia mut. Tim
driver is a man ot nerve and courago. It
will not do for him to tako freight oven if
in imminent danger, and ho must know to
a hair's breadth where ho can go and
where ho caunot.
But a beholder to-norant nf fli ilnnrrni.
that constantly, aurrotindii him would aav
that hit work was simple, and that ho
managcu matters wiw case. Irus tt ietns
NEW SERIES NO. 291.
so. With his sinewy hands holding tho ;
reins with carelessness, his legs outstretch
cd, with one foot feeling the all-important
brake, ho jogs onward with his monster'- "
charge, without troublo or concern; the
bells upon the horses' breasts jingle a littte s
tune; tho great wheels crush tho stones in
the path, the load creaks like a ship's hall
in a sudden gust; wild sweep down into
hazy, sunny depths below; yet tho driver.'
seems to tako no heed.
But let a "scare" tako place; let a herd
of runnaway cattlo appear at a bend and
set tho horses wild, and then seo what wilt .
happen. The day dreamer will become a ,
giant of strength; he is up in a flash; he
shortens his hold upoa tho reins, and feeL
ing his wagon start up beneath him, places . .
a toot of iron on the brake. Tho horses
snort and rear and surge; the harnesses rat
tle, tho dust arises, the load shrieks again,
and the huge wheels turn fatally faster and
faster. An instant may hurl tho wagonr
down into tho valloy with its strugglin g
train a mad rush tho other way may end
all in one horrible plunge. Muscle, eye, '
brain, skill are thca brought to work splen
didly Together and the peril Is averted, and
the looker-on who knows not tho lay of the
land regards the teamster 'with protund re
Timely Cai-tion. Genuine Hon Bitters
are put up in square paneled, amber-colored
bottles, with white label on one aide
printed in black letters, and green hop
cluster, ana en tne otlier sido yellow ;
paper witn red letters; revenue stamp over
the cork. This is the only torm in which
genuine Hop Bitters are put up, and tho
sole right to make, sell and use them i
granted : to the Hop ' Bitters M'fg Co., ot
Rochester, N. Y., and Toronto, Ont, by
patents, copyright and trade mark. All
others put up in any other way or by any
one else, claiming to be like it or pretend
ing to contain hops, by whatever names
they may bo called, are bogus and unfit for .
use, nnd only put up to sell and cheat tho
people on the credit and popularity of Hop
Itch ino Piles Svuh-oms and Cuub.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
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 coutmuo very
serious results may fellow. Dr. Swayne'a
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sure
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelas, Barber's Itch,
Blotches, ail Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Prico 00 cents, i boxes $1 2.1.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of ,
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared ouly by Dr. Swayne &
Sen, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia, V
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists.
Buown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most 6urely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve paiD, -whether
chronic or acuto, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation. ft. V
it cures pain in the side, back or bowtlx,
sore throat,. rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain, 1
"Brown's Household Panacea" should bo
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Tan
acea m a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 83 cts. a bmtle.
Meat Sickness, undoubtedly witu chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destrovinc worms, can do no nossinla in
jury to tho most delicate child. This val
uable combination has beeti successfully
used by physicians, and found to bo abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
Milfoud, Conn., July 23, 1379.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 51) St. John SL, '
New York City : Gentlemen Please send
by express one dozen "Constitution Water.'
The urticlo is selling well. Two young la
dies of out. town, who have suffered muclL
from those complaints which nearly alt fe
males are more or less subject to, have Ixrea
entirely cured by it. Their names will be
given to any lady wishing to mako inquiries
of them in person. James T. Iligby, drug
gist. Ask your druggist for it.
Lame anu Sick Hohsks Cimikh Phkhov
Chauok. Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammo
nia, yellow wrapper; scud for pamphlet.
Navicular disease, spavins, curbs, ringbone
knee, cotlin ioint Pastern nud sinew thon
boils, strains. Contracts made with ex
press, railroad iim1 irn rnmnnnioii. iml all
others who employ large numbers of horses,
by which money and horse suffering can be
saved. Address Dr. Giles. 130 West Broad- '
way, N. Y. Trial size 33 cents. Barclay .
I Dkkm it a duty to state that Mr .
of this county, had his right lung seriously
affected with tubercular deposit, accom
panied with night sweets, frequout hemor
rhage, copious expectoration and much
etuaciatiou; the use of Fellows' Syrup ot
iiyi-oiumsiMiiies nccuib io nave arrested tnei
progress of tho disoaso almost Immediately,
tho hemorrhage has not returned, his aptie-
tito is excellent, ami he is able to attend to ,
his business as usual. A. Smith, M. D.,
Campbelltown, N. B. ' ,
Mental Strain Relieved. Tho Wash-
itigton, D. C, Critic says: "It is intimated :
to us that Members of tho senate and house
aro freely using Warner's Safe Nerviuo 1 ,
for relief of nervous postration incident
upon the severe strain upon their mental
Ocr drug stores are now supplied with, ' ,
"Malt Bitters," tho new food modicum
which has done so much good and comes ;'
to us so highly recommended. Try It. It
may save ypu heavy doctors' bills. . ' ;
Hauitcal constipation cured and the
wwels ttrengthencd by the regular uso of
Carter's Llitlo Liver Pills la small dots. ; ,
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