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HE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY "MOUSING. OCTOBEIi 12, 1830.
NEW SERIES NO.
of the lending limincm tiuuiui whoso ndverUno
umap may tw found In Tin Buli.ktik .
C. 0. I'atlitr A Co., Commercial vi:nu uud Nino
Yocum & limerick, Waeh. A., tor. Klhth.
Nw York Hinri!. (.'. i. 1'ntier Jc CV, tor. Nina-
ttfiitb anil Comnu-rclitl.
Ur. .1. II. Maruan: ofllcu, 1 ki Commnrcliil avouim.
Drs. Lcncti fc Wlierk-r, Eolith strum,
Dr. W. :. Jornlyn, Klulith rii-ar Commercial.
Ur. K. W. Wliltloclt, IVi Commercial avi nuu.
II. II. Cault'i!, No. 70 Ohio loveefnp Ktalro)
liquiltttjle Life, of Now York, conkt Twi'll'tli and
C!:y N I'.l'.'i.al, Obio levee.
JolUi Syrout, coru-r Twelfth tad Levee,
K. C. l urd. Corner Ninth aiid Commercial.
ENEHAI. DELIVERY open ,:) m. Closet
VJT (ji.jii v.m.; Sunday: b to V a. in.
Money Order Dcjmrlment open at 8 a. m.; cloii't
'i p. in.
i'bromb Eiprem via IlllhoU CfcUtral :i : 10
M'.MlcelpJ'l Central Railroad close at 8 p. m.
Cutro and Poplar Bluff Thronub and Way Mall
X'.ort: at 1 p. in. , ,
Way .Mall via Illluola Central. Curo and Vln
cei M i- and Mlr.i-lppi Central Itallroad clone at
f.ij l. HI.
Way Ha'.; f-r Narrow (jange
(iaiiBe lUiiroal clo-i-f at
e :'vi a. a.
Cairo aid Evannviile River Route clocee at 2:)
j. m. u!;v (except Friday).
M-iyor N. It ThiHtUwood.
Tr;ai' ir',r Edward Ueiwnla.
I.iera-Dcliuii. J, Foley.
Couiii'eior--Wm. It. Ulltiert.
Attorney William llendrlrk.
Ml HI) or ALbKHllS.
Kirrt Wrd-M. J. Ilowley.
Sy.ond Ward-David T. Linear, C. K. W ood
w.rd. Third Wrd-W. p. Wrlsjbt. Eifliert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charlen 0. Patter. J ainei Kynaiton
FlfU Ward-T. W. Halllday, Emeft B. Pettlt.
Circuit Cli'tk-J. A.
County Judge K.
County Ckrk S. .
. J Uumm.
Cnnniv Atturcar C. M.ilkvy.
CunlvTTMUn.-r Mllei W. Parker.
Sberii John liodjie.
Count)' CommlMlonera-. V. Ua'.liday, J A.
M. GlbLn. Samuel Briley.
a FHIPAN M. E.-Fo
V tVaiuut and Cedar KtreeU: rv1c Sablath 11
. m. and 7: p. ni.; Snuday School 1:1 p. m.
siHKISTIAN Elifhlm'iith Hreef, meeting Sab
j bulb 10. j p. tn ; prrachlnx occAKlonally.
THE KEDEEMKK (Eplcopal)
ftreet; Sunday Morning prayeri
10 ) a. ui.; evening prayer, :3o p. m.; Sunday
icbool : W a. m. Friday evening prayer i:3U p. m
1?IKST M1SSI0NAKY BAPTIST CHUKCII.-
Prracblaifat 10:30 a. m , S p. m., and 7:30 p
Sabbath icbool at 7:30 p
T. J. Shore.
TTHE HAN Thirteenth it reel; tervltef Sab.
J j hath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday cbool2p.in. Iter
H f ETHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut Hreet
:l pn-u-hitiv sl,),uth lo:i a. m. and 7 p. in
prayer meeting. Wednesday 7::)0 p. m.; Sunday
bebool, t a. m. Kcv. V hitukcr, pator
IiHESBYTKKIAN Elt.'btb utreet; preaching on
Sabbath at 11 UO a. m. and 7:p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednmdav at 7 :r1p. m.; Sunday hool
at S p. m. Ilev. U. Y. Oeore, pator.
OBt'OND FKEK WILL APTIST - Kifteetth
O Ifreet. hetween wainui auu '-euar vireeia, er
vice Sabbath at i and 7:3U p. m
CT. JOSEPU'8-(Koman Catholic) Corner Crom
O and Walnut itreetn; tervire sainaui iu:.a
m.; Sunday School at I p. in.; eper i p. m.
Vicei every day at 8 p. in.
CT. PATHICK'S (Ibiman Catholic) Corner Ninth
L j atreet and Wah ULtou avenue; aemcea noi:
Ku K it ati.l lit m m Vi.am.PM 'A n. m. :
2 y. m.: aerricea even1 day at p. tn. Jtev. F. Zabel,
I 'OMAN'S CHRISTI AN 1 EMI'EHANCE IT S'
KIN. hold, tin regular weekly meetings In
the ball of the Cairo Temper:iiicc uelorui -iuo, er
ery Thumday aflernonn. at II: JO o'cliKk. Every
body l luvltwl to attend.
f U. MAKEA2T, M. D.,
Homoopathic Physician and Snrgreon.
Offlce 140 Oo amerclal avenue. Kealdence corner
Fourteenth St. and Waablnt.'ton avenae, Cairo.
J)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
UPFici No. l: Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Streeu.
W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commerrlal Avenue.
a woek In your own town, 5 outfit frr e. No
risk. Header, If you want a businesx at
which uersons of either sex can make grem
pay all the lime they work, write for particulars to
ii, UAL.L&1T a uu.a roruima.
Full Uo. bottles,
Risley's Emulsiim of Cod Liver Oil.
With Ilypophospbltei Llmosnd Soda, withPepiino
It Is highly recommended by physicians as the
most effectual and reliable remedy for coughs,
colds, bronchitis, general dublllty, etc. Agreeably
flavored. Pleasant to take. And can bo retained
oh the we akentntomncli.
Tho Simplest, Surest and Most Ileliablo
l'ura Distilled Extract of VVlTVil HAZEL,
Carefully prepared; Thoroughly rillablei Full
strength: and equal In slxe of bottle to anv mule.
Cures sprains, bruises, swellings, chilling., cuts,
wounds, burns, scalds, scald-head, piles, sail rheum
skin eruptions, sore eyes, sore mouth, neuralgia,
Inflammatory swelling", sore throat and for aching
pain It la undoubtedly the greatest healing prepur
lion ever used. Numerous testimonials can bo
procured If desired.
Six ounce bottles Scouts; plutbottlos, 50 cents;
OHIO MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TA1II.E OK J'AS-tKNdKIl TRAINS FHOM
VINCKNNES (J. oO, IHTJ.)
No. t Day Expreaa (Exeept Sunday).... 1 ::j,n p. m.
' li Epreia i Except Huuduy). 1 Mf( p. m.
" 4 NlKbt Exprenji (Daily; lJ:3oa, in.
No. 5 Exprcii i Except Sunday)
" 1 Duy Extip'.a (Kxcejit Silt
" 3 Nlubt Expreaa iDulfy)....
. i-'tt p. ra.
. 1 -to a. m.
J. H. Ci.aiik,
C. 8. Com, J ii.,
(ien. Tiekut Aj't Clnclnr.utl
QAIRO ST. LOUIS K. K.
II. V. HMITIIKItfiJ, Itecoiver.
SHORTEST SIIOKT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tijno Sc hedule:
Through Expren. leavea Cairo
Through Exprearlurriveii at E. St. Loiiln
Through Exprea leave E. St. Louia..,
Through Expre. arrive, at ('aim
..luiyii.uoroaccoiumoaaiiomeaves i. airo 1 :3cj p.m.
j.u-yujiMiwr.) Aicarrirea-ai narpnyvDoro 7:) p m.
MurpbyHburo Acc. leave Jlurphytboro .. fi.K'a m.
Miirpbynhoro Acc. arrives at Cairo ll:'.'5a m.
.The Cairo A St Lou! Hall Koad 1 the only all
Hail Houtu between Cairo and St. Loub under one
management, therefore there ar- uo deiav. at
way matiou. awaititg conuectioii. from otbi r'liuei.
Uoe and .lire connection, at St. Louis with other
line, for North, tact and Wept
L. M. JOHNSON.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL II. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Kunnini:
AKIN Ci DllIKCT CONNKCTION
Train. !.rvx ('.into:
ri:ir :i iii. Mail.
Arriving In St. Louis 9 t" a ui. : Chicago. :3i" p.m. :
Connecting a: od;n and EfBnghan for Cine. a
nati, Loulavi.le. lndiiupol:s una p'in;s Ka:.
ll:.lt) a.m. fttI.ouin :nil Wwem
Arriving In St. Louis 7:ii'. p. m., and conr.ectiuz
for all points West.
4;y.l p.m. Kas,t I'.xiiroPB.
For St Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Loui.
lOHOp iu , and Chicago T:- i a m
-1 :VJi ) p in. Cint'lim.-iti Kxpress.
Arrivir..- at Cincinnati T:no a m.; Louisville TrJfi
a m.: Indianapolis 4:o a.m. I'ahsengers br
this train reach the above points l'J to 3'
UolT.S in advance of any other route.
frThe4:'Ji) p. m. express has PULLMAN
SLKEI'INti CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
changes, and through 8.ce(er:o St. Louis and
Fast rfime Fast.
P-icnnirnno by this line go through to Kst
x in era points without any delay
caused tiv Snndav Intenenlng. The Snturdiv after
noon train from Cairo arrives in r.ew York Monday
morning at lU: '.."). Thirty-six bours ia advance of
any oiuer route.
t'iyFor through tickets and further information
appir at Illinois Central ltuilroad Depot. Cairo.
JAS. JOHNSON. J. II. JONES,
lien. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II . HANSON, lieu. Pass. Agent. Chicago.
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOCK. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
ipnE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W, P. IIALLIDAV, President.
II. L. 11ALLIDAY. Vice-President.
TIIOS. W. 1IALLIDAY, Cashier.
STAATB TITLOH, W. P. HALt.IIUT,
HINHT L. HALMU4V. n. II. CUNNINODAJI,
O. WILLIAMSON, STEl'UEN BIUO,
II. U. CANDXI.
!xcLana:e, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Detioslte received and a ieLcril Linking business
0. W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
constantly on (tana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Thii "trimmings" are coarse shavings and make
the best summer wood for cooking purposes as well
as the cheapen ever sold In Cairo. For black
'Uilth'i use In setting tires, they are unequalled.
Leave your orders at the Tenth street wood yard
YOCUM it BRODERICK,
STAPLE axi) FANCY
Va.shmtrton Avenue, Cor.
CAIHO - - ILLS
S Y E D P
Iti.'Tor.is mo great pleasure U bitr te-timonv to
the b'-neflts I have received f.-jn ming Feilo'w's'
Compound vrupof Ilypophosph'.tes I have rec
ommended it tn m;my uf my f; lends, and It has
proved ai excellent curative for Nervousness and
(ieneral Debility. It id also a drt ci'jss Tonic ena
bles a person to take oa rte-d rapid.y, and i free
from the constipating efffctcharterl.tic of other
Tonics I bave tried. HEN KV JuIINsToN.
Rciirl Dr. Earle's Tetimuuial.
Mr Jauks I. Fgi.Lows. Munufucuring Chemist.
sib. For several months past I hv used j our
Compound Syrup In the treatment of Incipient
1'htuisK Chronic Bronchitis and otber Auctions
of the Chest, and I have no hesitation in statin?
that it ranks foremost amongst the remedies used In
thosedt.ae. Be-.ng au excellent nervous Tonic,
It exerts ad. red influence on the Nervous svstem,
and through it, it Invigorates the bodv. It aff.irds
me pleasure to recommend a remedy which Is real
ly good In case. f, wMch it is intended, when so
m'ji.v advertised are worse than useless
lam. fir, yours ttu'.y, Z. S. EAliLE, J.M. U.
It cures Asthma. Loss of Vole. Ne'tralgU. St.
Vitus' Dance. Epileptic Fi's. Whooping Cough.
Nervousness, and is a most wonderful adjunct to
other r-nieilies in su-'.ainini life during the pro
cess of D:p!er!a
Do not be ir eived by remedies bearing a simi
lar name : no wt'ber preparation is a
substitute tor this uuderany
SOLD BY ALL DUt'OGISTS
The Richest Blood. Sweetest Breath, and
fairest Mc;u in Hop Bitters
-A little Hop Bitters saves bis doctor bills and
"That invalid wife, mother. s:!er or child
can be made the picture of bealth with lion
"When worn down and rady to ta!:.- vour tier!
Uop Bitters is what you need."
destroys, but take Uou Bitters that build u: con
"Physlclar.s of all schools use and recommend
Hop Bitters. Test them,
Health is beauty and joy-lijp Bitters gives
health and beauty,
"There are more cures made with Hop Bitters
than all oth?r medicines.
"When the brain Is wearied, the nerves un
strung, the muscles weak, use Hop Bitters.
"That low . nervous fever, want of sleep and
weakness, calls for nop Bitttors-
Hop Cough Cure and Pain Relief I rieimnt
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
sN - S
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WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Choice Wines and Liquors,
OLD B0r.RF.0X AND EYE WHISKIES,
No. 1.17 Ohio lifiveo.
OpMi ut all Uours, Day and Night,
NO NEGRO NEED APPLY.
From the Chicago Republican Advocato.-Editcd
by a colored republican.
The conventions aro all over. Tho can
diJates aro chosen and aain there is writ
ten over the convention door tho word of
friendly warning "No Negro Need Apply."
To the conventions recently held, the col
ored man has been faithful and persever
ing in the attempt to secure just recognition
of his claims but ho has been just as per
sistently reminded that "No Negro Need
Apply." At tho last county election the
colored voto helped to place iu power all
republican officials. They thought and in
writing were promised, tha,t for efficient ser
vice they should be remembered in the ap
portionment of officers. Old HolFman, the
modern Annanians gave every assurance by
his word of honor and over his signature,
that he would appoint colored men to rep
resent the race. But he failed to keep his
word and the colored voter was not recog
nized, Besides him, Jacob Froas was elect
ed clerk of the circuit court, Maj. Brock
way, recorder, General Mann, coroner, and
L. L. Mills, state's attorney. The black
man was true to the party, worked day and
night for its success and yet received no
Because of the uncertain condition of
tilings after election, tlie colored men de
termined to strike for elective representa
tion, Accordingly the various nominations
have been sought. At Farwell hall con
vention two good men applied for county
commissioners, Both are well known in the
community, and both had numerous friends
in the conventions. They were friends to
be sure, they desired to see the colored men
represented, but when they were forced to
show their colors they bore the inscription
"No Negro Need Apply." So far as the
thinking class of colored men are concerned
this is getting to be too monotonous. Carter
Harris received a large colored vote, be
cause there was a large dissatisfied element
which did not hesitate to state its grievance
and vote the democratic tickst. That same
element exists now and is increased, and
justly so. o far as the national election
is concerned, the colored people are solid
republicans, but for the city and county
they will do as other nationalities do, they
will put their vote where it will do the most
OF THE INDIANA 15 VESTMENT COMPANY
RAN REUS, BHOKEKS AND FINANCIAL
AliENTS, NO. 3 WEST WASHINGTON STREET
SECOND FLOOR FRONT.
Indianapolis, Ind., October 1, 1S80.
We eifer for subscription an issue of f 15
000 first mortgage improvement bonds ot
the Colorado Co-Operativc Prospecting and
inning company, issued by them in d
nominations ot f 100 each, dated Novcmbe
1, lssn, due in three years from date, bear
in ten per cent, semi-annual interest
Principal and interest payable at our bank
mg otnee. urns lor these bonds entire or
in part will be received by us until and in
chiding November 1, lsi), when all bios
will be opened and awards made; we re
serving tae right to reject any or all bids
These bonds are securreu uy a first inort
irage upon mill site, mill, machinery,
buildings and water rights, belonging to
the company, wnicn saui morto;a''o was
duly authorized by resolution of the board
of directors, executed and placed of record.
This company was duly organized and
incorporated under the laws of Colorado,
December!!, 179, and has no other bonded
or mortgaged indebtedness, and are work
ing their mines and making substantial im
provements on good property belonging to
the company .these bonds having been issued
for improvements iu erecting stamp mill
and other works to facilitate the further in
terest of the company.
Sample of bonds ami other information
may be had at this office.
The Indiana Investment Co.
O. J. R. IIanna, Wm. II, Beckeh,
Taukv Not Until you aro driven to the
verge ot distraction by a disordered liver,
but as soon as the organ turns mutinous,
discipline it with a course of Ilostettcr's
btomach bitters, an anti-billous medicine
which ensures active secretion by tho liver,
and a regular habit of body. Pains through
the right shoulder-blade and ribs, vertigo,
nausea, coating ot the tongue, constipation,
ami sick-headaches, which aro all iueidcn
tal to billiousncss, are promptly remedied
by tins active and thorough Bpecific. As a
remedy for debility it cannot be surpassed,
strengthening the stomach and promoting
digestion, enriching tho blood mid in
vigorating tho nerves. It protects the sys
tem against malaria, and cures the disease
iu its various forms radically it overcomes
a tendency to rheumatism, renunlics disor
ders of the kidneys and bladder, and expels
impurities trom the circulation.
Don't ruin your health, and besides make
yourselt disagreeable to other people by
your continued coughing. A tweuty-fivo
cent bottle of Dr. Bud s Cough Syrup will
cure you. At all druggists.
It is no vile drugged stulT, pretending to
be mado of wonderful foreign roots, barks,
etc., and puffed up by long bogus certifi
cates cf pretended miraculous cures, but a
simple, pure, cll'ectivo medicine, mado of
well known valuable remedies, that fur
nishes its own certificates by its curcB. Wo
refer to Hop Bitters, tho purest and best ot
mndicines. See another column. Repub
Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hypo-
phosphites is not only tho most ( re
liable remedy for consumption, but it is a
specific also for bronchitis and asthma. I
MARKETS BY TELESRAPn
Cmc.vjo, October 11, 10 a. m.
November, $12 80; January,
-October, -10; November,
Oats November, CO'c ;
Wheat-October, $1 00;
CwcAGiJ, October 11, 12 m. .
Pork November, $13 07.
Oats-October, 20;; November, 29?u'c.
Corn-October, 39c; November, 40'
Wheat -October, OSJc; November,
Chicago, October 11, 1 p. it.
Pork-October, f ltf 001S 2,1.
Lard October, if S 33o3S 40.
NEW YORK aitATN.
New York, October. 11, 12:01, p. r.-
Wheat irregular No. 2 Chicago, $1 15
1 10; No. 2 Milwaukee, fl 1501 10;
red winter, fl 1501 22; No. 2 red winter,
fl 19,01 19$.
Corn firmer -No. 2, 5350e.
LrvEUi-ooL, October 11, 2:00 p. u.
Wheat and corn, unchanged.
SOMETHING FOR SOLDIERS TO
New York Star, October 4, 18S'),
The following are some facts gleaned
from official record for the solemn thought
of soldiers of the late war who aro asked
to vote for Garfield and the republican can
didates lor congress.
1. A democratic congress nassed a bill
for tho equalization of bounties; Garfield
dodged the vote, and a republican president
veiouu uiu uiu.
2. A democratic house of representatives
passed a bill for extending the time for
nnng oounty claims; a republican senate
o. ueu. a. c-. nice, a one-iegged demo
cratic congressman and soldier, introduced
a bill for arrears of pensions; Garfield and
the other republicans forgot it.
4. A democratic congress proposed
measure to give arears ot pensions to the
widows and heirs ot soldiers, and Garfield
votcil against it.
4. A democratic congress proposed to
give artiticial legs and arms to union sol
diets, and Garfield and his republican
friends opposed it.
6. A democratic congress proposed to
pension the soldiers of tho Mexican war,
and Garfield and his friends opposed it.
7. A democratic congress proposed to
pension the surviving veterans of the war
of 1812, and Garfield and his republican
friends opposed it.
Candidates for the legislature in South
Carolina seek to find favor with tho people
by promising to vote for a reduction of the
expenses of tho state and county govern
ment in the event of their election.
Tho republicans and greenbackcrs of
Austin, Texas, have nominated a fusion
ticket for local offices. Some of the white
republicans, however, are opposed to this
arrangement, and will either nominate
another ticket or support tho democratic
An employe in the post office at Green-
villue, S. C, was notified that tho assess
ment on his salary tor campaign purposes
was ten dollars. lie refused to pay it. On
Thursday last lie was uotified of a reduction
of his salary.
Quiun Bass, of Matland, Fla., one of the
strongest and stanchest Republicans in that
state, has come out against his old party.
lie has been a prominent man m the ranks
of radicalism for years, was at one time
state senator, and has always been regarded
as a hopeless case ot uncompromising re
publicanism. A correspondent writes from Amelia
county, Va., that twenty-five cents is tho
usual price for baptizing converts in that
section, and adds: "Several colored Bap
tist preachers in this county charged fifty
cents ahead for baptizing; but, of late, one
of them has agreed to do it for twenty-five
reuts cash, ami now all have come down to
Junius II. Evans, a justice of tho peace
n Marion county, 8. v., challenged ( apt.
A. E. Gilchrist to a duel, which challenge
was declined. Tho citizens ot Marion
county havo held ft meeting to express
their disapprobation of tho action of Evans
and to commend that of Gilchirst. Besides,
they request tho Governor of tho Stato to
remove Evans from office.
Albert E. Barnott, of Opolika, Ala., a
yotiug man who has never been to school two
years, but who has worked hard every day
since no was tourtecn years ot ago and
studied Into at night, won the appointment
to West Point trom that district last week
at UnionSpriugBover eleven othercandidates,
the sons of wealthy citizens, of generals and
THE MELANCHOLY DANE.
Hamlet Prince', ot Denmark, would not
havo been dubbed, tho "Melancholy Dane"
If ho had known Dyspepsia was all that
ailed him, and that all he needed was a
supply of Spring Blossom, a sure curo for
Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Indigestion ami
other diseases of that description. Prico
50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
ON TIME AS USUAL.
Jones now goes to business regularly.
That attack of Neuralgia that laid him up
and which was only a fresh visitation of an
old enemy, disappeared, becausdie took a
friends advice and used Dr. Thomas' Eclec
tric Oil. Rheumatic pain, sores, cuts,
bruises, throat and lung complaints, etc.,
are invariably conquered by it.
Pacl G. Sciinr.
Cocons. "Browns Bronchial Troches
are used with advantage to alleviate cough,
sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial atfec
tious. For thirty years these Troches havo
been in use, with annually increasing favor.
They are not new and untried, but, having
been tested by wide and constant uso for
nearly an entire generation, they have at'
tained well-merited rank among the few
staple remedies of tho age.
Tue Throat. "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" act directly on the organs of the
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 CocGir, Cold. Catarrh of sore throat
requires immediate attention, as neglect of
tentimes results iu some incurable lung dis
eases. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" almost
invariably give relief. Imitations are offer
ed for sale, many of which aro iniuriaua.
The genuine "Brown's Bronchial Troches"
are sold only in boxes.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth.nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure vou. free of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Josenh
T. Inman, Station I), New York City.
WEARY OF LIFE.
How many a man has jumped into
When all t'was that ailed him was a disor
If he only had known that Spring Blossom
He never would have filled a suicides'
Prices: 50c, trial bottles lOcts.
AN EDUCATIONAL ENDORSEMENT.
The Rev. C. A. Harvey. D. 1).. of the
Howard University, of Washington, has
addressed the following letter to Messrs.
H. II. Warner &, Co., of Rochester, N. Y.:
Gentlemen : I take pleasure In stating
that I have for two years past been ac
quainted with the remedy known as War
ner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and
with its remarkable curative efficiency in
obstinate and so-called incurable coses of
Bright's Disease in this city. In some of
these cases, which seemed to be in the last
stages, and which had been given up by
practicioners of both schools, the speedy
change wrought by this , remedy seemed
but little les3 than miraculous. I am con
vinced that for Bright's Disease, in all its
stages, no remedy heretofore discovered can
be held tor one moment in comparison
with this. Respectfully
C. A. Harvey.
Mrs. E. 11. 1 krkins, Creek Centre, War
ren Co., .N. . writes: She has been
troubled with Asthma for four years had to
sit up night after night with it, she has
taken two bottles of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
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among her neighbors.
Paul O. Scuni, druggist.
R. Sciiectenmcllek, Brooklyn, writes:
Your Spring Blossom is invaluable. I havo
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bottles of Spring Blossom, according to
lirections and now all the sores have dis
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.rice ou cents, and trial bottles 1U cents.
Mrs. Barn iiokft, cor. Prat and Broad
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rheumatism, and has tried every remedy
she could hear of, but received no benofit,
until recommeuded to try the Eclectric oil.
he says she cannot express tho satisfaction
he feels at having her pain entirely re
moved and her rheumatism cured.
Paul G. Scuni, druggist.
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