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I, I I'
Of this ldig business houses whose advertise
merits may be found In I'm lluu.rriN .
C. O. PatlerACo., Commercial avenue and Mot'
. D. Williamson Co.
Tocum 4 BrodiTick, Wab. Ave, cor. Kifibth.
1, J. O'LouKalln, l'oplnr. cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Mrcn; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. C. Jociilyn, Elirbtb near Commercial.
Dr. Ji. W. Wbltlock, 130 Commercial aveuuo.
Kobt. Smyth, No. 60 Obio levee.
II it r'.r,H..n rilOMn ltn-eefnn stalrst.
Kqoltable Life, of Nuw York, comer Twelfth and
DUVOOI9TS-WIIOLESALK AND RETAIL,
Oeo. E. O'llar, Kitfliteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Bank, Stli and Commercial.
Hy National, Oblo levee.
Cbamjiion. Three SUt'-s.
Jo'-.n Suroat. coruer Twelfth and Levee,
B C. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
f EN KRAL DKMVKH1 open i:3U a. m.; close
Jt B.3D p.m., ouuuay; o iu . iu.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
' Tttrou"'b Exi-na Mulls via Illlnoia Central 3:40
Mirairlipui v.emii v..n-v .. r- ....
Cairo aud IVplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
e? at 1 p. m
Way Mali n
I'll..,! fun'mfc Piilm and Vin
T JIBW l.ilUV.r v,..... -
eeitoti and Mls.ssipil Central Railroad close at
V ' P-tn
Way Mail for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at
Cairo and Evaniville River Route closc at 8:30
p. m. dliv(ecpt rnaavi.
Myor-N'. B. ThiMlrwood.
Clerk-Dentils. J, Kulnr.
Counselor--Wm. B. OUbert.
BOARD or ALlllMt.
Klmt Ward-M J. llowley
bwond Ward-David T. Llbejar, C. It. Wood-
WTni'rl Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charl o. 1'atier. Jamea Kvnaiton
Fifth Ward-T. W. Halllday, Ernest b. f etllt.
Circuit Jttd2e-D. J. Baker.
Circuit Cletk-J. A. Keves.
County Judu-e-R. S. Yocum.
County Clerk-8. J. llumu.
County Attorny W. C. Mulk-y.
CouDlr Treasurer Miles W. Parker,
hhnnif John Undoes.
County fommi.i..n.-r-T. W. Halllday, J A.
V.. Uikbi. Samuel lirllsy-
AFrttCAN M. K.-Foorteenth street Mw'
Walnut and Cedar streets: services habbatn It
a. m. and":J p. m.; Sunday School 1: p. tn-
CURISTIAN-Eluhtoenth street! meeting Sab
bath 10:) p. m.; preaching occasionally.
nUCKCU OF THE REDEEMER Episcopal)
j Fourteenth street; Sunday Morning ttrayers
lo:W a. m.; evening urayera. , :3() p. m.; Sunday
chool 9 :3 a. m. Friday evenlDg prayer 7::w p. m.
1-MHST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHt'RCn.
' Preaching at !:) a. m., 3 p. m.. and 7 : p. m.
Sabbath school at T;W p. m. Kev. T. J. Shores,
JCTHKRAN-Thlrteentb street: servUea Sah
4 bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday school 2 p. m. Rev.
METUODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
Preaching fabbath M:) m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting. Wednesday 7:30 p. m.; Suuday
School, a. m. Rev. Whittaker, pastor.
1J RE8BYTEKIAN Eighth street; preaching on
Sabbath at ll:iJ a. m. and 7:) p. m.; prayer
meeting Wedtiesdav at 7:30p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m. Kev. U. Y. George, pastor.
SECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Flfteetth
txwt. between Walnut and Cedar streets; ser-
rices Sabbath at I and 7:30 p. m.
ST. JOSEPU'S-fRoman Cathollcl Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; servlees Sabbath 10:a.
m. ; tJunday School at i p. ra. ; Vespers i p. m. ; ser
rice every day at i p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S-(Homan Catholic) Comer Ninth
street aud Washington avenue; services Sab
bath Hand 10 a.m.; Vespers 3 p. tn.; Bundav School
t p. in. ; services every W t P- H'V. F. Zabel,
US.O. II. LEACH & E. D. WHEELER
Hirau'iatliie Physician mid Surgeons,
"Will perform all operations and Ireat diseases of
any nature in surgery. OttU-o: No, lt, Ekghth
street, Cairo, ins.
II. MAREAN, M. V
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OSlce 140 U( amerclal avenue. Residence corner
. Fourteenth St. aud Washington avenue, Cairo.
E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orstci No. 1W Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. J0CELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Ennnin? Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Maklnir DI
KECT CONNECTION with
Tbain Leavr CatBo:
Arriving In 8t Utuls l): a m : Cblcaco.:30 p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Kfflnghara for Cincin
nati, Louisville, Indianapolis aud point East.
11:15 n.m. Ht. I,ou1m and AVeatern
Connecting at St. Louis for all point West.
4:yO p.m. T'ast KxpronH.
For fit. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:15 p.m., and Chicago 7:iW.m.
4:0 u m. Cin-lnriiitl Kmrnn.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:15 a.m.; Loulsvlllo l-.ao
a m.; IrdlanauoiiH 4:00 a.m. Passengers by
mi" .icam reacn me auove points iy to liii
uwi. a iu auvunce 01 any otner route.
Fast Time East.
:! ccnri irjil'u ,,r llne V through to Kast.
. 1.1 t.rn points without any delav
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturdav after
noon train from Cairo Hrrives In new York Moudav
uiornlti at 10:35. Thirty-six hours in advance of
any uiuer route.
IfFor through tickets and further Information,
l')ir si iiiiuoih ci-mrai uauroan uepot.i airo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
Kxprens M.. km:; p ru.
ArcoinuKKlaliou ..4) p m
Mall 4:10 a.m.
JAs. JOHNSON. J. II. JONES.
"ii. hotithern Aitut. Ticket Aifent.
v . f. JUii.i.N.Oen. Passenger Agent.
CAIRO ST. LOUIS It. R
IC W. SMITIIKH8. Ileoeiver.
SHORTEST SIIOHT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
lbroui!b Express leaves Cairo !i:3 ro
ThroUKh Express arrives at E. St. Uiuls.. 5:4ip.m
Through Express leaves E. St. Louis..., H:ija.m
Ttiroiik-b Express arrive at ('aim A.ill p.m
.lurpuystioroaccommouationieaves C airo l :.) p.m
Mti'pbysboro Acc.arrlves-at Murphysboro 7:Sop.m
nurpuysooro acc. leaves ititrpnysboro. .. 5:u"a.m
Murphysboro Act. arrives at Cain 11 :& a m
The Cairo A St Lonls Rail Road Is the onlv all
Rill Route between Tatro aud St. LouU under one
management, therefore there are no delays at
av stations awaitliiir connections from other lines.
Close aud sure connections at St. Louis with other
line, fur North, hast and W est
QIIIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y
TIME TABLE OF PASSKMIF.lt TRAINS FROM
VINCEXNKB (NOV. oO, 1S7U.)
No. 8 D.iy Express (Excetit Sun.laF).... l::10t.m
o r.press i except Miu tay. i::j.r,p. m
" Mgni txpress (Liatiyj 13:71a, m
No 5 ElDressiExcetit Sundav) B:ia. m
1 Hay bxtiress (bxretit Minday)....'g:rsi p. m.
" S Night fcxpres tUalfy). 1:83 aum.
J.R.CuttK, C. S. Cone. Jk..
Agent incennes. C.cn. Ticket Ag't Clnclnnail
Q 1). WILLIAMSON & COJ
7G Ohio Levee,
Roat Stores and Groceries,
OPK.V XICIIT AND DAyI
Fresh Dairy and Ollt Edae Butler. Oysters and all
Kinds of fruit when In ha.ii. on ml MmIIv.
rert promptly Ht residences free. Oysttrs delivered
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
K K It li Y UO AT
On and after Monday, JuneTth, and until lurthcr
notice tbeferryboat will make trip a follow:
LlAVIft L1AVK1 MAVIS
Foot Fourth it. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:ofl a. m.
0:0 a. ni,
11 m a. m,
7:) 1. m.
H a. m.
10 a. tn.
3 p m.
1 p. m
We lira th I unrest PtOorters in the I'nltcil
HtHti', and we will pay tao hlltest mitrUet price
III citsli for any ,uautlty.
Address!) i 0.n
.07 Via Street CINCINNATI.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved
And Can Prove What we Claim.
EaVThere ari no failure and no disappoint
uioiiiB. ii you are irouoieu un oiuiv 1IGAU.
AC HE you can be easily and quickly cured, at
htlmlruft It.... kt.u.lu U'.. t... ..i .1
hundreds havebeuu already. We shall be pleanai
to mall a sheet of testimonials to any interested,
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure J form of Biliousness, nrevent Constl
patlon andO)iie()ia. promote Digestion, relievu
aisiress irom 100 nearly ewiug. correct Disorder
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Regula-'e
the Bowels. Tbey do all this by taking lust one
little pill at a dose. Tbey are purely vegetable, lo
not gripe or purge, aud are as nearly perfect as
It Is possible for a pill U) be. l'rlce 83 cette, 5 for
$1. ooiu nv urug'.'tsts everywhere or sent hy mill
THE DAILY BULI.CTIX.
The Daily Bulletin.
By Carrier, 25c Per Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
810 Per Year, SIO
If ril Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 4S Column S Fasre Paper
ISl'EI) EVERY MONDAY.
To CLUES of FIVE or MOItE,
f 1.30 per Year.
Tue Bulletin Bindery
BLANK BOOK WOHK
Of all Kinds.
J.11U lllllt5 till
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furtmheil aaJ orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
Ttvn.Silinnr V.ill Imat Ualf Ul,n,,t
. AK.t k'dlU, Kail llllll.
anil Quarter Sheet Posters and
ProyrammM, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Ladin?, Show
Cardi, Business Cards, Ball
and Weddinjf Invitations, Book Work,
Etc., Etc.. Etc., Etc.
gT. LOUIS,' CAIKO AND PADUCAII.
The E'.ogantSldewheel Passenger Steamer
K.J. BIIU Clerk.
Leavs Cairo every Monday and ThitraiUr fur
Capu (ilrardeail, St. Louis, and way landluirs. For
freight or passage apply to SO. A. SILVER,
HORNINGr, JUNE 27, 1880.
Compound Svrup of
HYPOPHOSPHITES ! !
IS A CERTAIK REMEDY FOR
CONGESTION OF THE Ll'XGS, Etc.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CURES
Congestion of the Lungs, Bronchitis. Consump
tion, Nervous Prostration. Shortness of Breath,
Palpitation of the Heart, TrtntbUns of the
Hands and Llmbi, Phyiii-ttI and Xental Depres
sion, Lou ofAppetlt, IiOs of Energy. Loss of
Memory. It will rapidly improve the weakness
functions and organs of the body, which depend
for health upon voluntary semi-voluntary and
involuntary nervous action
It acts with vigor, gentleness and subtlety, owing
to the exquisite harmony of its Ingredient, akin
to pure Mood itself. Its taste pleasant, and its ef
Ht. Jons. N. 8.
Mr. James I. Fellows, Chemist, St. John, N. B
uear sir: Having used yoir Compound Syrup
of Hypophoxphites fur some time in my practice, I
have no hesitation Id recommending it to my pa
tients who are suffering from general debility, or
any disease of the lungs, knowing that, even in
cases utterly nopeiess, utnorus relief.
1 am, sir, yours truly, II. U. ADDY, M. D
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Los nf appi'tit". nausea, liowln entlvc nln In
t a-- l,et'l with i ilull seusiilluu in liie. liaek pari
Hitlia disiiiclinatiou ( e.Ttiuti f Inxlv
mind, irritability uf teiiiper. lw i-iiirili, nn
lni'tuiT). ivilii a Idling nf titvinj ntfleet-ii
,i..ini. iliittfriu st liie li"art
If these warning are unheeded, serious diseases
wm soon e ilevvloped.
TUTTS PILL'S are fiDevla'U- alsnted to such
cases, one d.s effects such a c'haug; of feeling as
loasiomsu me eunerer.
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr.Tult: Dear Sir; For ten years I have been a
martyr to dysoepsia. constipation and oiles.
Last spring your pills were recommended; 1 used
mem. l am uow a well man. have a good appe
tite, dlirestiou Derfect. regular stools. Dilcs cony.
aud have gained forty pounds of flesh. They are
worm ineir weigar in koki.
KEV. It. L SIMPSON, Louisville, Kj
They increase the atiHetite. and cause the bodv
tota'ie on rtesa. th'is the system is nourished, aud
by their touic actum ou the digestive organs, regu
lar stools are produced. l'rtce'.'S cnts. W Mur
ray sireel, i .
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
by a slugle application of this dye, It Impsrts a
natural color, act- tnstautaneousiy. Sold by drug
gists, or sent by express ou receipt of 41.
Office. 35 Murray Street, New York.
If you are a man of business, weakened hy the
cuaiu vi iuiir ui.ues, avoia siimuiunts ana take
If von Art u m-iii nf Inftitcsi. tititini av.i
-, . ... t.,,n uivi JUII1 UliU'
ulnlit work, to rt'-toro brain and nerve wan to, take
If you an? you tic and unffrrlug from any Intllicre
If you areni-irrledorsliiglf, ohr or young, siill'er-
tugir m poor neaim or lauituismug on
lied of slckuess, take.
Whoever you are, wherever you are. whenever ynn
in-i ,uni j uur r) sieni ueeos cii'ansiUK. lolling
or stimulating, without Intoxicating, take
Have you dyspepsia, kidney or urinary complaint,
uii-vni-r , i iiivsiumacn. ooweis. oioua. liver, or
nerves ? Yon will be citred lt'you take
Ifyott are simply ailing, are weak and low spirited,
try ll l u.iy It keep it. luslst upon ll .
Your druggist keeps It.
It may save your lite. It has suved Hundreds.
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
CEBYTIIE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
lor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YORK ORAIS.
Naw York, June) 20, 12:03 p. m.-Wheat-irretrular
No. 3 Chicago, $1 07
1 03; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 91 10;
Ked Winter, l 15 1 20; No. 2 RoJ
Winter 1 20t 20. Corn quiet
No. 2, 50Jf
Liverpool, Juno 20, 2.00 p. m.
Wheat Small business at lower prices
Winter, 0 2J9 10 J; Spring, 8s 6d
Os 4J; California average,-8s Cd 9s 8d;
California Club, 9s 0d10s. Corn 5s.
Cihcaoo, Juno 2C, 10:00 m.
Wlie'at July,' 89 ; August,
Pork-July, fll 93; August, 13 05f
Cora July, 34fa'; August, 33,
OaU-July, S4(237i; August, 22Ji;
13 GARFIELD A STRONG MAN?
The Independent Republicans of Mr.
Garfield's own district have fivon him a
character that will be taken as pretty ac
curate by the country at large, for who
should know him better than his own
neighbors? The following resolutions were
passed by them on September 7, 1870, and
present the most precise and vigorous rea
sons why Garfield should never be elected
Resolved, There is no other man to-day
officially connected with the administra
tion of the national government against
whom are justly preferred more and graver
charges of corruption than are publicly
made and abunndantly sustained against
James A. Garfield, the present representative
ot this congressional district, and the nomi
nee of the Republican convention for re-eleo
Resolved. That since lie first entered con
gress to this day there is scarcely an in
stance in which rings and monopolies have
been arrayed against the interest of the
people, that he has been found active . in
speech or vote upon the side of the latterr
but in almost every instance he has been
the ready champion of the rings and mo
nopolies. Resolved, That we especially charge him
with venality and cowardice in permitting
oenjamin r . uuuer to attacU to the appro
priuuon out oi ia(a tuat ever to be re
i t i .
raociuerea mianiy ine salary steal, and in
speaking and voting for that measure upon
lcsimai passage; ana cnarge mm with cor
nipt disregard oi tlie clearly expressed de
mand of his constituents that ho nlmul,
vote for its repeal, and with evadlntr. such
demand by voting for the Hutchinson
Resolved. That we further ami. ami
denounce him fur his corrupt connection
wiui ine treuii uioouier, tor his perjured
ueniai tnereoi oetore a committee of his
peers m congress, for fraud upon his con
suiueuis in circulating among them a
pamphlet purporting to set forth the find
ing of said committee and the evidence
against him, when in fact material portions
uiereoi were omitted and garbled.
Resolved. That WO furthnr ftrrnirrn ami
charge him with corrupt bribery insclling
ins uuicmi mnuence as ciiairnian of the
committee on appropriations for 3,000 to
the DeGolyer payment ring to aid them in
tecurin a contract irom trie ooard ol nu ilic
works of the District of Columbia: nollinir
his influence to aid said ring to impose
upon the people of said district a pavement
which is nimost worthless at a prico three
times its COSt. as sworn tn hv nnn nf l,n
contractors; selling his influence to aid said
ring in procuring a contract, to procure
which it corruptly paid $37,000 "for in
nuence; selling Ins influence in a matter
that involved no Question of law uoon tho
shallow Dretext that ho wns nrtimr n
lawyer; selling his inlluence in a manner so
Va1.ll.lfl A,,.1 nti.nl A . ... l.n ..... I 1
pnifuuii; uiui tiui.t ll Ul' &i lUUHd aUd
declared Uv an lmnartial ami cnmntnt
court upon an issue solemnly tried.
Kcsoived, mat we arraign him lor gross
uere iction oi uuiv as a metntxr ot nun.
gress in failing to light aud expose the cor
ruption and abuse in the sale of post trader
ships, for winch the late Secretary Relknap
was imncaciwd. when tin- limn
brouirht to his knowledge by Gen. Hazeu
in 1872 and can only account for it upon
the supposition that his manhood was de
bauched by the corruption funds then by
hint just received and in his own purse.
uesoiveu. Hint neither great ability and
exiH-nnce nor elouuunt lnirtisun ilimMuxion
of the dead UiU's nt the late war will ex
cuse or justify past dishonesty or corrup
tion, or answer as a guarantee of purity
and integrity for the future.
Resolved, That, believing the statements
iu the tori'goiuur resolutions set forth, we
cannot, without stultifying our manhood
and debasing our self-respect, support at
the noils the nominee of the Renuhlictm
convention of this district for re-election,
nor can we, without surrendering our rights
as electors and citizens, sit nilint!v hv and
sec a man so unworthy again scut to repre
sent us in the national legislature. That,
strong iu the conviction of right, we call
udou the electors of the district. immi'-.
live of former or present party attachment,
who desire honest trnvarmnnnr. tn mila
with us in an earnest, faithful clfiirt tn de
feat the re-election of General Garfield, and
elect in his stead an honest and reliable
There is nothing charged against Gar
eld iu these resolutions that has not been
proven. If elected p.-esidout, he would
give the country the most corrupt adminis
tration R has ever had.
uarneiu lias never made a political raco
before any people other than of his old and
famed congressional district, bettor knowa
NEW SERIES NO. 315.
throughout the United States as the "Old
Giddings district," the bitterest Abolition
or Republican one In the United States.
Notwithstanding his boasted popularity, ol
which wo shall now hear so much, he has
invariably run behind his ticket. We have
taken occasion to examine the vote of Ids
congressional district as reported in the
volume issued annually by the secretary of
state. We give the vote in the different
counties for A. T. Wilkoff, the Republican
candidate for secretary of state, and Gen.
Garfield for congress in October, 1374: .
.... WikolT Garfield
Total 133 io59l
Thus it will be seen that Garfield ran be
hind his ticket 2,893 votes, enough to have
lost the state had the vote boca a ctose one,
as is the case in presidential years. But
that was an "off year" in politics, and Re
publicans will say that is not a fair estimate
of his strength. Well, let us look at tlm
figures of the October election in 1870,
when every voter was at the polls. Then
Garfield's vote compared with that of Mil-
Ion Lames, Republican candidate for secre
tary of state, was as follows :
Total. o1)700 20013
Now it will be noticed, even in tho most
exciting political contest ever held in this
country, that Gen Garfield actually ran be
hind the head of his ticket in his own dis
trict, where he is best known, 1,743 votes.
And but very few of those Republicans
who vetted against him in 1807 for congress
will vote for him in 1880 for president
They regard him as dishonest, unscrupu
lous and unfair, and will vote against him.
In selecting Garfield, with his record of
sixteen years in comrress. thev I
as a candidate a gentleman whose skimmer
is uugiity ma or an Kinds of holes.
WlIO IS MllS. WlNSLOW. A t!:ia nii.
tion is frequept asked, we will simply say
that she is a lady who for upwards of thirty
roars has uutirinsrlv devoted her ti inn um
talents as a female physician and nurse.
principally among children. She lias es
pecially studied the constitution an.l
of this numerous class, and, as a result of
this effort, and practical knowledge, ob
tained in a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, 6he lias compounded a Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest and health, and is
morever, sure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence of this article Mrs. Winslow is
becoming world-renowned as a beneiactor
of her race; children certainly do rise up
and bless her; especially is this tho caso in
this city. Vast quantities of Soothing
Syrup are daily sold and used here. We
think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her
name by this iuvaluable article, and we
sincerely believe thousands of rliililwn
have been saved from an early grave by its
ninety use, and mat millions yet unborn
will share its benefits, and unite in rnllino-
her blessed. No mother lias di-ir-hA.rul
her duty to her suffering little one, in our
opinion, until she has given it the benefit of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothint? Svrnn. TW it
mothers try it now. Ladies' Visitor, New'
York City. Sold by all druggists.
Tweuty-five cents a bottle.
Brown's House nou. Pmi ia H.
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surelv ouieken the hlnrwl
er taken internally or applied externally,
ami uiereoy more certainly relieve pain, !
whether chronic or acute, than
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength ot any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or boweln,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea" should In
m every family. A teasnoonful of tho Pan
acea n a tumbler of hot water (sweetened.
if preferred), taken nt bed time, will bnak
up a cold. 25 cts. a bottle.
MUCH SII'KNKsS. Ulldouutt'dlv with rlnt.
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Urown's Vermifuge Comflta,
or norm Lozemres. a thouuli elfechiftlln
destrnvimr worms, cuti do no nnsmKU in.
jury to the most ilelicute child. This val
uable cotnimiation litis been successful v
used by physicians, and found to be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
Remaukaulk cure of an inflamed t&r.
duct or passage to the eye, without an op
eration. Mrs. Gibson, who has a larte and
extensive confectionery and cundv store at
No. 23 East Fortv-socond street.' near thn
Grand Central depot, was about to have a
silver tube inserted in the tear passage of
her left eye. The enlargement and inrlam-
mntlon wprn vsrv irVnur !.,f.,. .Kn.:
. -- - - f tniuiD a'l.MJIIl.
ting to the operation, tried Dr. Gilo'a Lini
meut, rubbed in carefully over the Inflamed
duct. The inflammation disanoearcd. tli
passage became clear, and I was, through
is power, aoie ro uo without a surjrical
operation. Also took tho liniment Intern
ally, a teaspoonful three times a day, in a
wine glass ot water. UUo Pills cure
daughter suffered on a bod oi mis
ery under tho care of several
of the best (and some of tho worst) physi
cians, who gave her disease various name
but no relief, and now she is restored to us
111 good health by as simple a remedy sa
lon Hitters, that we Dad boohed at for two
years, before using It. We earnesly hope
and Pray that 110 one elaa will lt thnlr akb-
suffor as we did, on account of prejudice
against so good a medicine is Hop B!ttcri.w '
1 ue i-Areuis. Teicgnm.