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THE' DAILY ' CAIRO BULLET
OAHiO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 111, 1831.
NEW SERIES-NO. 174.
Mayor N. B. Tlilntlewood.
Trc.iiHiirur Kilwurd Ouauula.
('lcrk-l)eunlH. J, Kol;v.
Miimlml-J. II. KotiliiHou.
Attorney William llimclrlr.k.
bo A HI) or kLUKUMtn.
Klrtt Wnrrt-M. J Howlejr. Petr Kmiu.
Sitroml Ward David T. lAuutmr. Juiiku Hliikle
Third Wnrd-Kifburt Smith. II. K, Rlukti.
KnurtU Ward Ctwrli't 0. Patlur, Adul)li Hwo-
'"'Fifth Ward-T. W. IIullldiiY, KrnuHt B. Pottlt.
Circuit JikIl'c I). J. linker.
Circuit Clcrk-A. II. Irvln.
County Judu'o- It. 8. Yociim.
County C'li'rk 8. J. Ilmnm.
County Attortmy-J. M. Itamron.
Count v'ftvaiiiirirr Mllci W. Parker.
Coroner H. Kitiuvruic.
County CiinniilHulimorii T. W. Ualllday, J A.
M. (JitiU, rJamuul Urllcy.
KNKItAL DKI.IVKKY i'cn a. m.; clun
VI tl::xi p.m. ; Huuclay: 8 to a. to.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. tn.; cloud
at .'i i. in.
Through Kxjirefn Mail via Illlnola Central S:W
Mllctli)l Central lUllroadu clone at U p. m.
Cairo aud Poplar lilu(T TUroucu and Way Mall
cl(i at I p. m.
Way Mall rla Illlnoln Central. Cairo and Vln
tentii a and Mlit.ipl'i L'cutral Railroad close at
:ll) p. in.
Way Mill for Narrow tia'icn Railroad clon-a at
8 i . in .
Cairo and Bvnnvlll Hlver Route cloned at i.30
p. in. daliv (except Friday).
AntK'AN M. K. -Fourteenth unset, tn-tween
Walnut and Cedar treet; m.Trl-i- habUM 11
a. m. and 7:' P- "; Sunilty School 1 p. tn.
CMIRISTIAN-Eliht.'etilli ntreet; meetini! .Sab-
bath 1U) p.m.; preaclilui! occaKlonaily.
"llirKCH OP THE REDEEM KR -(Eplopal)
J Kourt-'nth mreet; hmidajr loniiiit; jiravra
evenlnir prayer.. 7 ::m p. m.
cltool V ::w a. m. rid.y entiinm prayer (
:) p. in.
flRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIU'RCII.
V Pn-arbiHir at 1 1 :: a. m.. 3 p. m.. and 7:) p. in
halitmlli Kihool at ":' p. m. Ui'V. ' Mi.ir-
f I TII E KAN -Thirteenth ttreet; n rvi.e. Sub
J J hath 11 a. m ; hunday n hoot ii p. m. Kev
MKTHOl)IST-Cor KlirMr and Walnnt .treela;
I'reaehliiK Sabbath lu:.i a. in. and 7 p.m.:
prater meetiiiK. Wednesday 7::)l p. tu.; Suuitay
School, v a m. He. Whlttaker. pator.
I)UESUYTERIAN Klirhth .trwt: prearhli.K on
cal.liath at II aw a. hi. and 7::tp. m : prny.-r
me-tliii; Wrduenlar at 7:1 p.m.: Sunday hchool
at i p. m. ltev. 11. V. ieore, pantrtr.
CECONI) FREE-WILL BAPTIST - Flftentb
O ure.-t. b"tween Walnut and Cedar trteti; cer-
ficen Sabbath at :i aud .: p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S-(Roman Catholic! Corner CmM
and Walnut Mreet; nrvke Sabbath 10:ia.
n. ; Suuday School at 2 p. m. ; Vesper. 3 p.m.; .er
ice every day at 0 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
ureet and WahlnLton avenue: aenrlcea Sah-
nath aud lo a. m. ; Vr.per. S p. u. ; Snnday srhool
i p. in. ervice every day at S p. m. Rev. M.istciNnn
"I'UMAN"S CHRISTIAN 1 EMPEIIANCK I N
? IuN. ho!d il regular weekly nieetlnir In
theliall ot the Cairo Teiiipvrai.cu lii-rorm Ciun. ev
ery 'Ihnrnday atternooii, at i-M o'cliKk. hvery
hoily Ik invited to attend.
QKOKOK II. LEACH, M. D.,
riiy.-ii iiin aiitl Siinrctui.
Siiei-lal attention naid to the Hutneopathic tret
wnt uf .urnlcal dna. and di.eai.ee of women
Hid riiiidr-'n. ,
Ollice: No. 1' Eighth .trect, near Commercial
ivcuue, Cairo, Mir.
y II. M.VKEA.N, M. I).,
Ilomoopathie I'liysician and Surpt'on.
Jfllro ti Coinmenlal avenue. Re.ldenco corner
Fourteenth St. and arhliiLton avenue, Cairo.
QH. E. W. WHITLOCK,
OrncE No. Vi Commercial Avenue, between
;ii;uth aud Ninth Street
QH. W. C. JOCELYN,
D 1 NTIST.
iKFICE Eighth Street, near Commercliil Avenue.
AIHO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and until lurthcr
otlco the ferryooai win uiaau irlpa an follow:
I.KXVEA I.KiVKS I.IAVia
oat Fourth t, MlMourl Land'n. Kentucky Ld'R.
B:(ifla. m. a. m. M a. m.
HKHia. m. lii:W)a. m. 11 a. m.
H:imp. m. 'i::p. m. ,n
4:otip.ru. 4::ii) p.m. ftiMp.in,
2 p. m. t:SO P.m. S p. in
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Denier in
N, COPPER Si SHEET-IRON WARE
J. KINDS OP J01 WORK DONE TO ORDKR.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
AK TIMBER LANDS
n,M tn 10,000 acre" of ROtid y into Oak Tlmbor
i dnlUBblufiiraHlavo Factory mid Hw Mill,
Ml In 1111 iniin. At drew", Ulvllltt lull n
iivoiK tlilii.dlntancd from
Ill illll UUI, P.f I., ., - -- MIUI
rr ivitvM:.,,.... .Hl t.i. m-
Assurance Society of
rr u n a tt t rn a ivr ii
JGi y U 1 1 i J J L Li
10 RROADWAY NEW YORK
Tlie J'opularity of the Etjuitable Life Assurance Society,
indicated by tlie fact that for Eleven years its average an
nual New business lias been larger than that of any other
Company in the world, is due, in a great measure, to its well
known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, audits
rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an
equitable claim exists.
Asa tUIARANTKE of this, and to counteract the perni
cious influence of a technical policy, adhered to by many
companies, the Equitable makes
new, throughout the United States.
After the policy has been in force for three years.
"The Equitable Life
ization to January 1st, liHIO, 51,8112,736, and
closed its books upon that date without a con
tested or past due claim."
The Equitable Life Assurance
rriYrmv cm ittvci
And thereby to popularize life
l!y the late report of the Insurance Commissioner for the
states of Massachusetts and
Assurance Society shows the following strong points:
FIRST-Tlle Equitable has a larger ratio of assets to lia
1 Cities than any of the leading companies.
SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year
than any other company.
THIRD The Equitable's death rate was less last year than
any other of the leading companies.
F0IJKT1I Tho Equitable realizes a higher rate of rent, or
interest, on real estate than any other company.
TlieStieicty takes iilonsuru' in rel'errinar to tlie folUnvhiy: well known business
men insured in the soeiet y, coniiiosiiitf tin
ADVISORY ROARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO:
Tllos. W. 11AI.1.1DAY, Canliler City Xntlotnl
FRANK I..UALIUIIEU, Calm City inllln.
Jvl,aVrl,(v;l,mVa.r."i,k',,l mmiy 1,M1""
J'AVJ.U. BCI1U1I, Wholumlu and retail drtiR-
WIU.IAM HTRATTtiN, f HtrllUoll 1(r(I
WALTON W. WltlC.lIT. of (. 1). Wllllnmaon
A Co., Hunt Wloniaaiid CoiiiiiiIkkIi,,, nierehnnti
FRANK IIOWR, of C,M. Howo & Ilroa., t,ro
vlnloii.niid iiroducu, '
KRXEHT II. PF.TT1T, (irocerlea. tiiueuawnri?
For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of
uio uBuve iJoara or to
15. A. Agent,
Ojrner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois.
W. N. CRAINE, Oeiicrivl Miuinarcr for Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and the
Territork'8, lt)U Dearborn Street, Chicago.
r r I
Ju I r u
tlie United States.
ALL ITS POLICIES, old and
lias paid since its organ
Society was the first to in
i.htvti tat Tnv
insiirace to a degree before
New York, the Equitable Life
SIMPSON II. TAKER, of Tabur Kro.., matin
V1I.I.1AM 1). MI'PET, Annintant imatmanter.
W, K. (iOIlLSOX.Tiry Koi'tln, fancy Kooda and
T1IOS H, TARR, Gencrul merchiuidlnu and
JACOlt Kl'ROER,of Biiri?er Ilroa. dry ko'
JOHN SPROAT, Proprietor "Sprout's Refrig
C11CO. U.'LKNTZ, Stipurlntundent Cairo City
1IKHI1KRT MACK1E, of A, Mucklo Co.
N EW ADVERTISE M ENTS
of Interest fo every Man,
Woman and CltiUI.
Im your lllood Iiimiin- hhiI lomled with the 1'oUou
I your Life Strenirih ooIiil' out throu''h un In-
curable I leer or Sore
In your Skin covered with ItchliiL'. Scalv and
iHvotir Coailili xion ilUfli'iireil with I'iihIlMiIIv
EruptioiiH or Illi inihlienr
Inyour Iluir thin. lir.;liH mid rut.ldlv fulliuL'
out, und the Sculp covered with Scalec"
I" tlie Skin on vour Hiind Roui'h. Ued. Cracked
Ih your 'lillil LTowiui! un w ith Krrofulutia Nu-
worn burMing from every pore!
Ih Itahv udlielid wlthScnld head or imv Sculn or
II no, then no !mm:iu agency can ho rpeodily,
perinaiientlv and economically cleiiniie the Hlood,
e'eur the Coinpli xioii and Skin, rcMore the
lluir and ciiru everv KiiKi'leH or llchiii''. hciilv ami
ScriifuloiiH HiiinorK of the Skin, Sculp ami lllood,
Uf the C'l'Tici'iiA Rkmkiiik.s, ronHlKtiiiS f
1. titlrnra. the ki"-"' Skin Cure, a Medicinal
Jelly, nrreKiH ilixeuM-, iilluyK iiillamiition, itchini:
aud Irritiition, lie'iln I'lccrH and Sore, cat away
1 lead Skill and I'lenh i.nd re.torea tho Iluir when
dei-lroved by Scully II u morn mill Blood PoIhoiih.
Price odceiit. Lurgi-boxen J1.00.
3. Cuticiira Med ieiunl Toilet Soup, nil i'XiiiiHite
Toilil, Until and Nurnery Sanative, frui;rant with
delicioun tlowcr ndomand healing liHlnainn, tuiftena,
bealn. refre.hi'K und beuuliflex the C'onipluxion
and Skin. Price i'i cent-. Prepared for nhnting IT,
:i. Ciiticnrii Resolvent., tho new- lllood 1'uriilcr,
cb uiin-n the lllood through the Liver, Kidney.,
Rowelaaiid Skin, und enuliiale. evi rytraie of
Scrofnloijx lliiinom or llereditjtry lilood Poieoun.
The Culii'iira und Cntlcura Snap externnlly and
the Cuticiira Re.olvvnt internullv will ponitlvely
cure ev.'rv nperie. uf Humor, from a comiuoii
1'imple to Si rofula. v
Incinirc about them at your drut'L'infa. Itlyht
here in thin tow n yon may find evidence of their
Seud Stump for "illimt rated tn:ntii-.on the Skin.'
containing the inont remarkable teniniouiuln ever
recorded iu tne annum oi medical ttuctice.
Cnticuru Remedies are prepared by
WEEKS & I'lITER, Cheniint- mid Ilruintn,
- :vm Vanhlni:toii St., Ilontoii. Mann
trl iiticura Uetnctdien mailed free to any ad-
nrenn on receipt oi jirice.
Rapid, Radical, Permanent.
Clear bead and voice, eany breathing, nwect
irvath. pertect nmell, tnnte and hearing, nc
oul'Ii. no choking, no dintrenn. Thene huptn
-onditloii. are broiiL'ht atiout in the neverent
anen of Catarrh by that nioft mjreenble, eco
lomical, npeedy, nafe aud iiever-fitilini; npecillc.
A!iFoiti'i! Radical Ciiie. Complete and in
:'allble treatuieut, cunl-tiiig of one bottle ot
Radical t i iik. one box of Cataiikiial Soi.vbst
.ml one Impihivkii Iniiai.ku. all wrapped in on-
lacnace, with l reatine anu Dirjctlomi, anu oli
iy ll clrUL-L'ii-tn lor $1 .().
Ank for SAsrouu's Radical Ci ke,
lieiieralAirents W'KKKS & POTTER
IIoin, Calinnra ami Iron. No
medicine like It lor tm
lilood, Krain.. Nerven and
I.uiiL'n. New life lor film:
t cinn weakened bv dineane,
deliilitv and dinniimtion
Punitive pure for Liver, Kid
ney and I rinnry (lilllciiltien
Conifurl ami nireriL'th f'.r lielicatu Kemub n and
NurniiiL' Motbem I'urc nt and bent me Heine
culled Illttem." Sold everywhere. MAI.T IllT
TKRS CO.l PAXY, Ronton, Mann.
HE CITY NATIONAL BAN K
V. P. HAM.IIMY, Prenldcnt.
II. L. 1IA1.I.IUAY, Vlce-Prenldent.
THUS. W. 1IALI.1DAY, Canbler.
B. PTAATS TATl.OH, W. P. It AI.l lDA V,
HBNKT L. IIAl.I.IDW, It. II, Cl'NNlNOIIAM,
. D. WlI.I.IAMnoS, NTKI'IIEN III 111),
II. II. CANDKE.
Exeliiinire, Coin and United States Bonds
IIOUtlllT AXl) 801.1).
Deponllnrucclved and a L'clieral 1 (nklliR buniliene
YOCUM it BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OAIKO - - .IITS
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hisrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Wahiiiniiton, Jiinunry 17. Republican
senators lield u cuucua tliis mornin!,', nt
hiuli it was determined that when the
Kello,' citHe comes up in the senate tho
'publicans will submit a motion to lay the
whole subject on the table, und that if thin
motion does not prevail they will endeavor
to prevent the adoption of the resolution un
seating Kellogg by all parliamentary re
sources in their power. The sentiment
of tho caucus was that if un extra session .-if
congress be made necessary in consequence
of a nrolon''cd strtiL'Lde for tlie nassairo of
this resolution tho democrat must take the
The caucus, after a partial intercliaiiL'C .if
views in regard to the question of congres
sional reapportionment and the proper
method of procedure for counting tlie elec
toral votes, authorized the chairman io ap
point two committees to report on each
subject at a future caucus.
The apportionment bill introduced in t e
liotise by Representative- Cox to-day fixed
the number of representatives at .'101, and
apportions them among the states us fol
lows: Alabama, H Arkansas, ."5; Cali
fornia, 5; Colorado, 1: Connecticut, 4:
Delaware,!; Florida, 1 ; Georgia, 0; Illi
nois, 19; Indiana, 12; Iowa, 10; Kansas, 0;
Kentucky, 10; Louisiana, C; Maine, 1;
Maryland, 0; Massachusetts, 11; Michigan,
10; Minnesota, 5; Mississippi, 7; Missouri,
13; Nebraska, 3; Nevada, 1; New Hamp
shire, 2; New Jersey, 7; New York,
1; North Carolina, 8; Ohio, 19;
Oregon, 1 ; Pennsylvania. 2C ; Rhode- Island,
2; South Carolina, 0; Tennessee, 9; Texas,
10; Vermont, 2; Virginia, 9; West Virginia,
4, and Wisconsin, 8. As compared with
the present numlier of members, this bill
makes the following losses and gains:
Arkansas, California, Iowa, Michigan, Mis
sissippi, South Carolina and West Virginia
gain one each; Kansas gains 3; Texas, 4;
Minnesota and Nebraska gain 2 each;
Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Hampshire,
Maine, Indiana, Tennessee, Florida and
Vermont lose 1, and New York loses 2.
Tiie exports of domestic breadstuff from
the United States for the mouth of Decent
ber, 1880, 18,314,740; December, 1879
$19,153,230; for the twelve months ended
December. 1880, $203,295,339 ; same period
1879, $239,201,889. .
The senate confirmed Jno. M. Morton,
surveyor of customs, San Francisco; Edgar
Stanton of Illinois, now counsul at Bremen,
to be consul-general, St. Petersburg. In
dian agents: Robt. II. Melroy,
Nisqtially agency, Washington terri
tory; John 1). Miles, Cheyenne and
Arapahoe agency, Indian territory;
John Young, Ulackfoot agency, Montana;
Jas. II. Webur, Yakima, Washington ter
ritory. Postmasters: Herri wick Craig,
Vcrsaillies, Ky.; M. I). Keyes, Conneaut,
Ct.; F. M. Thayer, Kvansvi lie, Ind.; Win.
It. LI lis, Goshen, Ind.; Thos. Ii. Hrown,
Hillsborough, III.; R. F. Lizier, Kerwin,
Kas.; Wm. S. Hodge, Abilene, Kas.
Til HUE is 110 necessity In nnirWt nmr
business it you will only use Dr. llul'V
c-ougii ryrupat once; tlie most reliable
remedy in the world for coughs, colds, etc.
The February number of Harper's Ma
gazine opens wuii an important paper, en
titled "Tlie Gospel History in Italian Paint
ing," by the Rev. Henry Van Dyke, Jr.
The progress of Italian art is, in this con
nection, traced through its symbolic, real
istic und idealistic periods as illustrated
in the wall-paintingsof the Catacombs, the
mosaics of the Middle Ages, the art of the
llyzantinc type, mid finally in the great
works of Giotto, Masaccio, llotiicelli.
IVrugino, Leonardo, Paul Veronese, ami
Raphael. The article is illustrated by
pictures representing this line of progress.
Five of these are engraved from photo
graphs of the original paintings, viz:
Giotto's "The llntomliment," penmino's
"Jesus Giving the Keys to Peter." Raph
ael's "The Transfiguration," and Paul Ve
ronese's "The Feast of Levi,"
Mr. Conway's series of delightful papers
on the Knglish lakes is concluded in this
Mr. G. W. Sheldon contributes a second
paper on the Old New York Volunteer Fire
One of tho most interesting of tho illus
trated papers of this Number is that on
"Literary and Social Jloston," by Geo. P,
Lathrop. Not only is tho urticle full of
the most entertaining gossip, but tho illus
trations also are exceedingly interesting.
The third installment of Miss Woolsou's
novel "Aunt)" is given, with an illustration
by Reinhart; and Hardy's "A Laodicean"
is continued. Until these serials are works
of uniisuar power.
Tho Kditonal Departments arc- full of
fresh and interesting matter. Tho Fasy
Chair discusses Reaconstleltl's latest novel,
and gives a charming description of the
first production, at tho Academy of Music,
of Uoito's opera " Mellstofelo."
Wliittaker's Star Hams.
At New York Store, 10 cents. Amos
& Co.'s Lilly lltuns, 10 cents. Buckwheat
flour, plain and self rising
Ciub. C. Frauy, of Adrian, Midi., ay:
To my complete surprise, I obtained a (rood
night's rest, tho first night I wore an "Only
Luntr Pud." I liavo suffered from Asthma
I lor years. Seo Adv. i
WIT AM) HUMOR.
If a chap is "too lazy to walk," how
is it that so many indolent fellows
run into temptation?
An Irish sailor visited a city, where,
lie said, they copper-bottomed tho
tops of the bouses with sheet lead.
An Knglish professor of waltzing
says that the best rule is "spring and
glide." Puck advises : l'raetieo on an
This is tho latest for wedding invi
tations, "L'oine round and seo us cap
ture a mother-in-law, at eight o'clock
"it is not tho truth in her remarks,"
said a suffering husband, pointing to
bis wife, "that aggravates inc, but it
is tho crushing quantity of remarks
that she puts in her truth."
They wero at a dinner-party, and he
remarked that he supposed she was
fond of ethnology. She said nlie was,
but she was not very -well, and tho
doctor had told her not to cat, any thing
for dessert but oranges.
"So," said a Jady recently to a mer
chant, "voiu'ru'ett v daughter lias mar
ried a rich husband?" "Well," slowly
replied the father, "I believe she has
married a rich man, but I understand
lie is a very poor husband"
"Darling," she whispered, as he
bent his ears back to catch her tender
ecceiits, won't you please go buy some
of that elegant laeo in the dry goods
window for me'f "Yes, myowncst,"
ho murmured, lie went by it all nud '
never stopped tho unfeeling wretch 1
"A stranger passing a graveyard,
anil seeing a hearse standing hard by,
inquired who was dead. Tho sexton
intornieil him. "What complaint?''
asked the inquisitive one. Said the
old man : "There is no complaint;
everybody is satisfied."
A company of scapegraces meeting
a pious old man named Samson, oneot
them exclaimed, "Ah, now we're safe!
We'll take Sain.ni along with us ; and,
then, should we bo set upon by a
thousand Philistines, he'll slay them
all!" ".My young friend," quietly
responded tho old man, "to do that I
should have to borrow your jaw
A physician, heavily loaded with
town-lots, for which he had paid only
in part, hastily prescribed a box of
pills for a patient, and allowed his
mind to wander back to his real es
tate. The patient asked how the pills
were to be taken. The doctor replied :
'One-third down, and tho rest in six
and twelve months, with interest."
"You hud better change that rug,"
said a lady to her servant.' "Don't
vou think it corroborates with tho
carpet in this way?" was the response.
It was the same girl who told her mis
tress that a gentleman with a predic
ament in bis speech had called to seo
her. Andrew's tyunai.
They begged him to play a little,
lie seemed to feel bashful at first, but
after a while began to play vigorous
ly. "What power 1" said a listener to
the owner of the piano. "Yes," ex
claimed the latter in alarm, "he seems
to have considerable muscle ; but ho
ought to know that this isn't a gym
nasium." What is more beautiful than tho
simple, guileless faith uf a little child?
The other Sunday a certain maiden of
tender years was overheard by her
mother singing in tones both loud and
sweet, and with a vigor born ol'u pair
of lungs in magnificent, working or
der, liiat charming ballad, "Whoa,
Finiiia!" liiMantly Hashed into the
mind of the mother, "What, will tho
neighbors say when they hear my
child singing that horrid heathen
song?'' So, quickly calling the little
one to her, she said, "My darling, it is
Sundav, and it is naughty to sing
"Whoa, Emma!" to-day. Can't you
bing something else?" "Yes, mammal
I'll change the words," and once umro
the tuneful video rang out with tho
air the same, but tho words changed
Wk have just received from the Men
delssohn Piano Co., New York, their new
catalogues for 18X1, giving a very full de
icriplion of their pianos and organs, and
ulso their Manufactory, which is one of thu
largest ami most, complete in the world, a
description of which, and the process of
manufacture of musical instruments of the
highest order, will he found very interest
ing. Their pianos and organs besides be
ing unanimously recommended for the
highest honor of the gn at Centennial ex
hibition, are indorsed in the strongest possi
hie terms by the greatest musical artists
and high musical authorities now living, as
well nx the leading newspaper press of the
country. This company is destined to oc
cupy a high place as manut'actuers ot
musical instruments, nnd from 'ho charac
ter of its productions, nnd their honorable
and fair manner of dealing, should sccuro
the patronage of persons .who desire relia
ble goods nt factory prices. For further in
formation, send Htamp for catalogue of
Pianos or Organs, as you may desire.
Are those whom a confirmed tendency to
biliousness, subjects to tho various nnd
chnngeful symptoms indicative of liver com
plaint. Nuuse,sick headache, constipation,
furred tongue, an unpleasaut breath, a dull
or sharp pain in the neighborhood of the
affected organ, impurity of tho blood nnd
loss of appetite signalize it ns one ot
tho most distressing, as it is
most common of maladies, There is, how
ever, a benign sped flu for thu diseaseaand
all its unpleasant manifestations. It is tho
concurrent testimony of the public, and tho
medical , proprofession, that Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters is a medicine which
ftoliiovos results speedily felt, thorough and
benign. Besides rectifying liver disorder,
It invigorates Iho feeble, conquers kidney
nnd bladder 'omplaints. and hastens tlie
convalescence ot those recovorini,' from en
fonbllng diseases. Moreover it is the grand
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