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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, . THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 20, 1830.
NEW SERIES NO. 341.
of the leading bueinct house wtinno idvertUe
mont may be found In Tut Uulxetim
C. 0 Patler & Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
f. D. Williamson A Co.
Yocura 4 broderlck, Wah Ave., cor. Eighth.
'X, J. O'Lougnlln, Poplar, cor Twentieth.
Dr J. II. Marean: office, 110 Commercial avenue.
Dm. Leach 4 Wbwlur, Eighth struct,
Dr. W. C. Jocclvn, Eighth near Commercial .
Dr. E. W. WLltlock, I to t'omtaerctal avenue.
Robt Siuyth, No. 00 Ohio levee
13 U. Candee. No. ToOhlo levee dip tiir.
E'lultablw Lire, of New York, corner Twelfth and
DRUGGISTS-WHOLESALE AND P.ETAIL.
Geo. E. O'liara, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Hank. th aud Commercial
City National, OUlo levee.
Champion. Three State
J aha Hproat, corner Twelfth and Levee.
E, C. Kord. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
i EVERAL DELIVERY open .:3o a. m.; doeei
J o:3pm.; Sunday: 8 to a m.
Money Order Department open at it. a.; close
'"'Arnniu Express Malls via IUinoi Central 3:40
P iiutsipii CentrC Railroads close at p. m.
Cilio and Vou Blu J Through and ft ay Mall
''wiyWSu Illinois Central, Cairo and Via
cenVie ltd Mi.ui:l Centra. Railroads doie at
V.Py3.U for Narrow Gaize Ril'.road close at
fe CaiVo'Si.d EvansvtT.e River Foate close at 2 30
p m.dativlexMpt frldayi.
TreMnwr Edward Dezouia
Cler Dennis. J. Foley
Counelor-Wm. B Gilbert.
K-rtit Wrd-M. J. Howiey p Wo.)d.
bnd Ward-Dvtd T. Linear, C. R ooa
Third Wsrd-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth W Jd-cir'-M 6 P.tier. j.aM KytutoB
Firtl? Watd-T. W. Haliiday. Ernest B Pettit.
Clrcolt Jodge-D- JIi&ker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Rvci
Couuty Judge R S. ocuin
County Clerk-8. J, Uumm
County Atuirny w t M?-)
County Trcasurvr-Mi'.es . Pirkn.
r-herUf John Hod..
turoner-R. Fit:gera,G. tu'IuIav J A
County Comir.imnnera-T. W. Ea.iiua),
M Olbbt, Samuel lirtler
AFRICAN M. E.-Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar iiwu: s-rrice Sabbatn U
a. m and 7::w p. m.; feaadty Scaool VS p-
CBRISTIAN-Elghteeulh street; meeting Sab
bath 10 .30 p. m. ; preaching octMionA.il .
-tHTRCH OF THE REDEEMER Epicopal)
to-10 a m evening prayer, 7:30 p. m.; Sunday
& :5 m rriiay wetting prayer 7 :) p.m.
THIRST MISSIONARY B-VPTIST CHntCHj
r Pruning at a. m.. i P m.. and -W p. m.
Sabbath K.hool at 7 W p. m Kev. T. J. Shore,
f rrnERAN -Thirteenth Hreet;
1j batUl:) a. m. ; bunuay echool 2 p m. Kev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eicbth and Walnut itreet;
PreMhlnit Salbath !o: a m. aud 7 p.m.;
rrayeVmeetiuir, Wednesday 7:10 p. m.; Sunday
?S 9 m Rev. Whittaker. paitor.
T)RE9BYTERIAN Eighth I'M: V1"
X Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and . p. m. . Vr'
meeting VlndaT at T:jp.m.: Sunday School
at J p. m. Rev. B. Y. Georw, pastor.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Fifteenth
treeu between Walnut aud Cedar .trceu, eer
vice Sabbath at S and ", :) p. m.
OT. JOSEPQ-S-zRotnan Catholic) Corner Croii
b and Walnut irrceu; e-'rvlce. Shha h 10.3Oa
nT ; Sunday School at i p. m. ; enpera 3 p. m. , sr
vice every day at 8 p m.
CT. PATRICK'8-(RoD14n Catholic) Coroer Mnin
O fitroet and Wahlnfcnon avenue: terrtc e SaD
blthTand 10 a. m. ; Veepen 3 p. m. ; Sundav school
p. m. ; aervlcea every day at S p. m. Rev. F. Zabel,
QR3. 0. II. LEACH & E. D. WHEELER
Horau'patlric Physiciaus aud Surgeons,
Will perform all operation!" and treat disease! i of
any nature In urery OtEce: No. 10, Eighth
atrdet, Cairo, Ilia.
Ty H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physidan and Surgeon.
Ofllca 140 Oo amercUl avenue. ReMdence corner
Fourteenth St. and W'aihiujrtoa avenuu. Cairo.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
OFfic No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE KiKUtU Street, near Commercial Avenne.
si r w TT Great chance to make mon-
li I I I 1 ev Wis need a purnon tn
I -J. I II I I Hvery town to take Bub,crip.
1 1 F I i I .tloBafortholarRei't.chfap
A VXIA tC(lt ftnil be(,t illustrated
family publication in the
world. Any one cm become a ucce9rul saunt.
Btxeleirant work of art (riven free to ubicrlbure .
rhenrlceUio low that almost everybody ;ub
scribe. One agent report ttikln? l'JO nbncrlber
In day. A lady agent report maklnR 1200 profit
latenaayi, Allv.hoeiic.iiKfmakcmoncyffti't. Vou
i an devote all your time tothe bulne.or only your
naro time. You need no! be away from home
over nlah'. You can do it o well a other. Full
direction and term free. Elegant and expensive
outfit free, If yon want profitable work end u
vouraddruMfttouco. It cooti notblns to try the
bualne No one who cniteBoj fall to make great
pay, Addrert GKORCiK ST1NSON A CO., Port
Paw be kl rTTour own to wuT fa u tWfr e eTT5 o
rlk Header, If you want a bn!ncM a
which peron of either lex can make great
ay all the time the work, wrlto for partlcnlftr to
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The OntyLine ltunnincr
Q DAILY TRAILS
Making Dihect Connection
Tiuin LtAvr C'AOio:
3:15 a m. Mail.
ArnviLg In St. Louit 9-40 a m : Chicago. 8 :V p ra. ;
CoLueUing at (Jin and ffin;baiu for Cincin
nati, Louivi;io, IndlanapoUa nud pointi Eu:.
11:10 a.m. St. I,ouis and "WeBTt rn
Arriving in St. Loui 7 o p. in., and connects;
for all point Wet.
4:S0 y.m. Kaet xpretii
For St. Louis aLd Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
14:4 p.m.. and CfcUaso 'it a m.
4'iIO p tn. Cincinnati KxxlrCf's'
Arrivlns at Cincinnati 7:00 am.; Louttrtlie 7:20
a in.; Indiatap ill 4'tw a.m. PatEgr l.v
thi train r'-ach the above noicti! lii to :j(J
liOt'RS tn iince of any ttLtr roate.
reTbe 4-J- p m cxpMf has PULLMAN
HLEEPlNli CAR Cairo to 'J.ncianr.i. wttboit
ebaruret. and thriagn e.ecierto St. l,oui and
Fast TTme Ea.t.
A u"l. 11V,LI ? trn points without t;y delay
eai:ced hy Sunday lutenrtnlng The Saturday a.'ter
noun train from Cairo arrive ir. new York Monday
niorn'.ug h-. losii TLir.y-nx tour in aivanct-of
any other route,
FfFf.r throueh tkk;t. and further iuf.r.ation.
nj'j'iV at Iliiao; CeLtrt.1 Railroad Di-jiot. Cairo.
.1 As JOHNSON. J. II. JONES.
i..-n Southern Aent. Ticket Agtrtt.
A. n U ANSON, Oen Pai. Agent. Chicago.
CAIRO 6: ST. LOUIS K. R.
II. W. SMITHEKS. Itecelver.
SnORTEST SHORT LINE BETAVXEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Eipre leaves Cairo D'30a m.
Ttrouga Exprcn arr.ve at B St Louis. S:tip m.
Throcgh Expr!5 leaves E. St. Loui.... : a.m.
Through Expre arrives at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Murvhvuboroaccoramodatlonleaves Cairo 1:30 p.m.
M pr-ysSoro Ace arrivet Murpbysboro 7:V)p tn.
Murpbye uoro Ace. Ieat Munit.ys'joro . S .'j a.
Mrj,hT(boro Acc.amve at Cairo 11:45 a m
The Cairo St Louia Rill P.oal t the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. LouU nnder one
manarment. therefore there ar no delays at
ay etatinns awaiting connections from otter line
Cose and sure connections at St Loais with other
lines for North, Eist aud W est
J. A. NAUGLE.
L. M. JOHNSON,
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TIME TABLE OP PASSENGER TRAINS FROM
Vl.NCE.VNES CN07. 30, 1S79.)
No. 2 Day Expresj , Except Sunliy) ... 1:30 p. m.
' 6 Eiln-M (Except ("UU'layj. 1:35 p.m.
4 Nijht Exprei(Dilv .li:3wa. m.
No 5 Express EIceTlt Sunday) . 6:05 a. m.
" 1 Hav Exjre (Except bun lay),. ,'J:Wr. ta.
" 3 Nlht Express (Dally) I:i5a.m,
J. R. Clark. C. S. Com. Jr.,
Ajent Vincenaes Gen. Tiok-.t Aj't Cincinnati
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE teFk2. STATES.
On and after Monday. June 7th. and until lurther
notice the ferryboat will make trip bj follows:
LCAVKS LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth t. Missouri Land'if. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:0) a. m.
9:00 a. n,
11:00 a. m.
2 00 p. m.
4:.W p. m.
2 p. m.
7:30 a. m.
ll:) n. m.
i:30 p. m.
H a. m.
10 a m.
5;:w p, m.
3 p. m
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND FADUCAn.
The Elegant Sldewheel Passencer Steamer
Leaves Catro every Monday and Thursday for
Cupo Ulrarduau, St. Louis, and way landings.
W ar th Iawst ejportors In tlic I'liltd
Htnti'M, anl we will pay the highest market prim
in mull for ny unautity.
B. A. Holden & Co.
? Via Street CINCINNATI.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Mcau Cured, 'ot Mertdy Eelicved
And Cat Prove What we Claim.
tyThere are no failure and no disappoint-
meuts. If you are troubled wltn SICK HEAD
AC UK you can be easily and quickly cured, as
hunareds have been already. Wu shall be pleased
to mull a sheet of lestlUionUi to any interested.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Also cure all forms of Biliousness, prevent Const!
Sit'.oa and Dyspepsia," promote Digestion, relievo
s'.ress from toohear'y eating, correct Disorder
of tne Stomach. SHaicuie the Liver, and Rejrulate
the Bowels They do all this by tek'.n Ji t ooc
little pill at a doe. They are purely vegetable, do
cot cripe or purg. ana are as ncarlv perfect as
It is poslhle fur a pill to be Price 35 cents, 5 for
l. Sold by dr'ig'.tp even-where or sent by mail.
CARTER M EDICTS' CO.. ERIE. PA
ILiji Bitters nretbf Purest uad Best Bltteis
They are compounded (Mm HOPS. BUCHU.
MANDRAKE and DANDELION -the oldest,
best and inot valuable medicines In the world
and contain ail the bett and most curative prop
T!ie of all other Bitter., being the greatest
BLOOD PURIFIER, LIVER REGULATOR,
and Lile aad Health restoring agent on earth.
No disease or 111 health can posibly long ex
ist where these Blfers are used, feovariedani
perfect are their operation.
.They give new lile and vigor ta the aged and
inflrm. To all whose employment cause irreg
ularity t'f the bowels or urinary organs, or who
require an appetizer, tonic and mild stimulant,
these Bitters are invaluable, being highly cura
tive, tonic and stimulating, without intoxicat
ing No mattr what your feeiings or symptoms
are. what the- diseafe or ailment is. Uie Hop
Bitters. Du'twalt until you areslck.bat If you
ouly lee! bad or miserable, me the Bitters at
once. It mav save tour life" Hundreds have
been saved by so doing. t3r"i'"v.".ll be paid
fur a case they will not cure or help.
Do not suffer yourself or let your friends suf
fer, but use aad trgethea to ue Hop Bitters
Remember. Hop Bit r.-r Is no vi.e. drugged,
drunken no.trum. but the purest sad let medi
cine ever made: the "invalids Friend and
Hop?," and uo person or family should be with
out t S''m. Trv (he Hitters to-day.
Uop Bitters Mfg. Co. Rochester, New York
an: Toronto, Canada.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
OMaited for new invention, or for Improvement
on old enes; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Cave&u. Assignment, Inter
feren-es, Appeals. Suite for Infrin-ement. and
ail cases anting unaer me rareni i-aws. prompt
v avnded to Inventions that have bet-n
t? V7 TFlTPTl the ''e11' 0flice may still,
ilij'J .1 XjU in most cnnes. be patented by
us Beln? opposite the U. S. Patent Department,
and engaged In Patent business eiclaslvtly, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patent more
promptly, and with broader claims , than those who
a remote from Washington.
TYViVVTOTf ,"aiM model or sketch f
1. v ii IvllO your der.ee: we make ex
amination" aud advise as to patentabUlty. free of
charge. All correspondence strictly conndentlal.
Prices low, and uo charge unless Patent is-secured.
We refer In Washington, to Hon. Postmaster
General D. M. Key. Rev.T. D.Power The German
American National Bank, to olcials In the U. S.
Patent Office, and to Senator and Represeutatlve
In Congress ; and especially to oar clieuts In even
State In the Union and in Canada. Address
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Oppoelte Pat nt Office. Washington D. C
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS 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,
rpHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P, HALLIDA Y, President,
n. L. UALLIDAY. Vice-President,
TIIoS. VV. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
I. f AAT TATLOR, W. P, ItALLlTtAT,
UXKBT I. BALLtUAT, II. H, OttNKrKUUAJC,
a. D. wujxajison, rrtPBiMBUto,
B. H OAKOK,
Exchantre. Colli and United States Bunds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Dopailtsrocetved and i general banldng batlnesi
45 YEARS BEFORE THE TUBLIC.
Dr. C. McLANE'S
are not recommenced fi3 a remedy "tor all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, ani all Billions com
plaint, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quiniue.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled
DSWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each bos has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLase's Liver Pill.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLaxe and Fleming Eros.
"Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLEMIMG BROS., Pittslnrsh, Pa,
the market being full of imitations of the
name XcLane, spelled differently but same
The Promoter and Perf'ec
tor of Assimilation.
The Reformer and Vital
ize? of the Blood.
The Producer and InvL?
orator of Serve & Muscle.
The Builder and Support
er of Brain Power.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
Is composed of lnjredlent identical with those
w hich constitute Ilealthv Blood. Muscle and Nerve
ak.i Brain Substance, whibt life itself is directly
dependent upon some of them.
By its calon with the blood, and its effect upon
the mu.c'e, re-ctab!lhlngtheone and tonlngthe
other. It le capable of c2eCUng the following re
sults: It will displace or wash cat tuberculous matter,
and thus cure consumption.
Bv increases nervjn. and ir-nnrnlivr v(!r, (t
will care dyspepsia, feeble or interrupted action of
iae neari ana palpitation. weaKnets ot intellect
caused by grief, weary, overtax or irregular habits,
bronchitis, 'acute or chronici. congestion of the
lung, even in the most (.lurmingstiges.
It cures asthma, loss of voice, neuralgia. St. Vitus
dance, epileptic llts. whooping cough, nervousness,
and is a mot wonderful adjunct to other remedies
tnlsuetiiuing lite during the process of diptheria.
Do not be deceived by remedies bearing a similar
name, no other preparation ia a substitute for this
nnder any circumstances.
Lookout tor the name and address, J. I. FELi
LOWS. m. John. N. B.. on the veliow wrapper tn
water-mark, which Is seen by lioldin; the paper
before the light .
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lo.. of a?pM'.', nn"". hnwe'ls cn.t'.v. pain in
til'' ,lr i i Wi'h H ,', e-'l.n-UlU 111 til.- lilf.-K Oft-t.
pilll till i.T tn- -:l llTT7TTf?irelltec?-
i. - a niniK'.inai.'in t" itiumi o! n.tv or
ineuitirv. -;ni n leii,iif ot lrivin:
dutv.-iri;i'i. .li..ui-J, Uniterm,; in th,. buri
li.. fi '."I .re iii ev.'.. v.'i.nw mm, lie'tOi'ihe. re-ie-i-iie-'.
nt tiU'iiiy colored urine
If theso warnings are nnht'e'led, serlons diseases
will ooa be developed,
TUTT'S PILL'S are especially aiapted to such
cases, one dose effect such a change of foci tug as
toastonish thu tutferer
A Noted Divine Savs:
Dr.Tutti Dear Sir; For ten yeir I have been a
martyr to dysoep.ta. constliation aud piles.
Last spring your pills were recommended: I nsud
them. I am now a well man. have a gnod appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular itool. pile gone,
and have gained forty pounds of tlesh. They are
worth their weight tn gold.
REV. R. L SIMPSON, Loulsvtllo, Ky.
They Increase the appetite, and cause the body
Ini.kj i,n tluuU l.u ,1... la , mI al, ., J atA
by their toaic action ou tho dlffutlve ownf. reiju
! S,n1i i.....Ih....I Tl( M M.n ! l,,a.
ray Street, ls Y.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Gray hair or whisker changed to a glossy black
by a single application of this dye, It Imparts a
natural color, acts instantaneously. Sold by drug
gist, or sent byespres ou receipt of 1.
Ofliee, 35 Murray Street, Sew York.
h-4 I f TO 'xw A YEAR, or i to
I C I If l'.1" ft day In vour own locality
k I ll II I No risk Women do as well
I I ria mon. Many make more
r v v than the amount united
nhnvn. No ona can fall to
make mnnev fast, Anv one can do thu work. You
can make rroui JOc to f an hour by devoting yonr
evening and spare time to the business. It costs
nothing to try the bnslues. Nothing like it for
money making ever offered before. Btinlnes pitas
anl and strtctly bouorable. Render, If yon want to
know all about the best paying business before the
puMIc, send us your address and we will lend yon
mil particulars aud private term froeisamples
worth 5 also frees yon cau then make up your
mind foryotirsulf. Addro UEORGE 8TIN80N
Wni SUE REFUSED TO LEARN TO
Detroit Free Press,
'That's a fact," said Mr. Hopkins, as he
laid down his paper the other evening,
"every man, woman and child in the coun
try ought to know how to swim. No one
can tell when he will be upset, blown up
or knocked overboard. Amanda, I'm
going to learn you how to 6wim."
'Learn me?" queried the wife as she
paused in her 6ewing.
''Yes, you. Your life is very precious to
me, and I don't want you to lose it because
you can't swim ashore when an accident
takes place. I can swim like a duck my
self, and feel guilty to think we've been
married twenty-one years, and yet you'd go
to the bottom like a stone, if you fell over
board." "Why, I never had the least fear," she
replied. "There U always some hero around
to rescue a lady."
"No one wants to depend on heroes. Of
course, I'd jump into the water to save a
lady; but there are lots ot men who would
not. Stand up, Amanda, and let me give
you the motions of swimming. Now, then,
put your hand so, push them forward so,
take a swenp and bri&n thorn back 80 See
how easy it's done! You mustn't forget
to kick every time that you move your
She went through the motions several
times, but she did so awkwardly toat he
"That isn't the way! The motinos ought
to be perfectly natural. Now imagine
that you are on an excursion. "
"You lean over the rail to view some
"You suddenly grow dizzy and tumble
headlong into the river. Now, what mo
tions would you make as you rose to the
surface? What would you do?"
"Well, if a hero jumped in after me, I'd
lean my head on his shoulder like this and
let him put his right arm rouad my wai3t
and support me until help arrived."
"Hero be hanged ! A hero would look
nice holding up 190 pounds, wouldn't he?"
"He'd look as nice as you would. I
don't believe you could keep your head
above water to save your life.'1
"I couldn't eh? Then I won't learn you
a single stroke about swimming."
"Then you needn't."
"And if any man ever jumps overboard
and rescues you I'll puf'ch his head."
"And if you ever jump in after anybody
I know I'll hare to pay his funeral ex
penses cut of my share of this property."
"Very well," said Mr. Hopkins, as he
put on his coat, "I see I'm not wanted in
my own house. If I am not at home to
night it won't do you any good to telephone
me at the office, for I shall have the wire
MEDICAL PRACTICE ACT.
PROSECUTIONS CNDEli THE STATE BOARD OP
The following opinion will be ofinterest
to medical men and others,especially as ac
tion under the law is contemplated here :
1. The only penalites provided for in
the state board of health act, so-called, ap
proved May 23th, 1377. are those specified
in sections 2, 5 and 6, to the amount f 10
each. Laws of 1ST", page 2091 The fourth
section of the act requires the
penalty of ten dollars to be recovered in
any court of competent jurisdiction and
the state, at iht suit of the county clerk.
Justices of the peace have jurisdiction ot
such suits and the same should be institut
ed in the name of the county clerk in his
official capacity as plaintiff.
2. Inasmuch as the same are required
to do "at the suit of the couuty clerk," it is
his official duty to institute such suits in
3. The act of May 29, 1877, known as
the Medical Practice Act, provides that
"any persons practicing medicine or sur
gery in tills state without complying with
the provisions ot this act shall be punished
by a fine of not less than $50 nor more
than $300, or by imprisonment in the coun
ty jail for a period of not less than thirty
days nor more than three hundred and sixty-five
days, or both such
tine and imprisonment for each
and every offense." Laws of
1877, page 13, section 13. The fine and
imprisonment therein provided tor can only
be enforced by indictment in tho circuit
court, on information filed by the states
attorney in the county court, in like man
ner as any other violators of tho criminal
laws are required to be prosecuted. It is
the duty of tho states attorneys of tho
several counties to conduct such prosecu
tions, 4. An person who has a knowledge of
such facts may make complaint before the
grand jury or furnish to tho states attorney
the necessary facts, upon which ha can
file inmation in the county court.
5. The proper inodo of proceeding ia
prosecutions under the medical practice
act I, have already in
dicated; that is, such prosecutions
are to be carried on either by indictment or
information, as in othor cases. If it is de
sired to place persons charged with violat
ing that act under recognizance to appear
at the proper court to answer any indict
ment that may be found against him tor
such offense, complaints may be made'
before justices of the peace,,
upon which preliminary examinations can
be had, and in case probable cause is shown
such parties may be required to enter into
recognizance, with sufficient sureties, to ap
pear at the next term of court having jur
isdiction of offense to answer such indict
ments, the same as in other criminal cases.
I am, Very respectfully, J. K. Edsall,
Tue Great Drawback of most reme
dies is their lack of thoroughness. They
do not remove the original cause of tho
symtoms, although they may temporarily
relieve these. The marked superiority of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters to rival medi
cines advertised or asserted to produce
kindred results is exhibited in the deci
siveness and permanency of its effects, as
contrasted with the instability ami fleeting .
character of theirs, A lack of digestive
and assimilative power is attended by
many symtoms often erroneously ascribed
to other causes, and which it is impossible
to relieve with a mere placebo. Radical
means are the only' effectual ones, nay,
more, the use of such as are not so ia medi
cation, is usually irrational and productive
of more ultimate harm than- present good.
To quell pain, to allay nervous excitement,
to re'icve despondency, the rebellious or
gans must be brought into subjection, and
their activity insured by toning and regula
The .Florence Nightingale of the
LUbEKY iue louowmg is an extract
from a letter written to the German Reform
Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Penn:
Just open the door for her, aud Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
are so sure, that we will teach our "Susy"
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grip
ing, colicking, and teething scige. Mrs. ,
Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, . It softens the gum3, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, and carries
the infant Eafely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what it
professes to perform, every part of it noth-
ing less. We have never seen Mrs.
Winslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething." If we had tho pover
we would make her, as she is, a physical
savior to the infant race. Sold by all '
druggists. 25 cents a bottle.
Coughs. "Brown's Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affec
tions. For thirty years theso Troches have
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are net new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide aud constaat uso for
nearly an entire generation, they have at
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of the age.
The Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of tho
voice. They have an extraordinary effect
in all disorders of the throat and larnyx, re
storing a healthy tone when relaxed, either
from cold or over-exertion of the voice, and
produce a clear and distinct enunciation.
Speakers and singers find the Troches use
A Cough, Cold, Catarrh of so'ro throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results in some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations aro offer
ed for sale, many of which aro injurious.
The genuino "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
"Swayne's Ointment and Pills." Th
greatest remedies the world has ever known
curing the most inveterate case of skin
diseases, such as tetter, salt rheum, scald
head, barbo's itch, sores, all crusty, scaly
skin eruptions, and that distressing com
plaint, itching piles. As a blood purifier
and regulator, Swayne's Tar and Sarsapa-
rilla Pills are excellent. Cure sick and
nerveous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion,
ward off malarial fevers, cleansing the sys-'
tern aad bowels of all impurities, restoring
to healthy activity every organ of tho body.
Price 23 cents a box, five boxes $1. Oint
ment 50 cents, threo boxes f 1.23. Can bo
sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price. Address letters, Dr. Swayno & Sod,
330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Sold by all loading druggists. (2)
Mohawk, Feb. 25, 1879. .
Win. M. Giles & Co., 120 West Broad-
way, N. Y., Dear Sir: Enclosed please
nnu a cnuctt ior one quart oi your uni
mcnt. I use it for almost everything, and
I know it to be tho best I know of or havd
seen tried. It prevents all discoloration
from bruises, and in neuralgia, hoadacheu,
Aft If ia bfnn. TVban vrvil atpitttr TAUa
Ammonia, you struck a bonanza, and a bisr
one, too. Send tho Liniment to tho address
of H. U. Ranney, Mohawk, N. Y.
Not a Beverage "They are not a bev
erage, but a medicine, with curative prop
erties of the highest degroc, containing no
peor whisky or poisonous drugs. They do
not tear down an already debilitated sys
tem, but build it up. One bottle contains
more hops, that is, more real hop strength,
than a barrel of ordinary beer. Every .
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physicians prescribe them." Evening Ex
press on Hop Bitters. ;
J f -1 J T1 1 . A 1 1 - A I 1 Al.
The man who heeds not tho warning of
pain or suffering, which always precedes
maladies, often becomes, through indolence,
the victim of incurable disease. Lassitude,
weakness, acbing ot tho limbs indicate nor-
vous disarrangement, the forerunner ot
many organic and functional disease. The
early employment of Fellows' Hypophos- , ,
piiucs viu uuuciudiiy WW uu lutu waia-
,uaiiba 1 1 u. vw.i