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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1881.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN
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LIN018, Al SBOOMD-CLAM HATTIB.
orrivnu papkr of' city and oochtt
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NoUMi In tbl column, night enU per Un for
lr.t iiid 0v oenu IHW lli ch iu qu.ul iuwr
li..o. t or one month, 50 cnU pec lino.
at Do Bairn's 60 Ohio Levee.
The Great TripleX.
'XXX Beer," the finest malt produc
tion ever brought to thu city, has just been
received in Urge quantities by Mr. Louis
C. Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial; avenue. . , The
"tripple X" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy beaverage,
which, once known, will be ' preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and try the "XXX."
A young man of experience wishes a posi
tion as clerk; stood references given. Ad
dress "Z," Bulletin Office. .
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer,' Berving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Ward.
Oysters by the Can
at De Bavin's 50 Ohio Levee.
in cans at De Baun's.
A stationary saw-mill, with capacity of
20,000 feet per day, on river and railroads,
in Southeast Missouri; also 180 acres fine
umber land. M. J. Howlky,
Heal Estate Agent.
TfiK U. S. Government uses Howe Scales.
Seud for catalogue to Borden, Selleck &
C General Agents, Chicago, III. (2)
at De Baun's 50 Ohio Leyee.
To All Whom it May Concern.
Notice is hereby given that we, the un
dersigned, will make application to the
Board of Commissioners of Alexander coun
ty, at its next regular meeting, for license
to run a ferry between Cairo and Greenfield
Grand Free Lunch
AND RAFFLE I
Ho, all ye that tbire , or are hungry,
come! Eat, drink and bo happy, at Aven
ger & Tharp's, Saturday night, August
20tb, where you will find the finest of
liquors and a lunch that will surprise youl
At the same time the raffle of a fine bay
mare and mule colt will take place. Tickets
are not yet all taken. Remember time and
Dr. Kline's; Great Nerve Restorer ib the
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Use The Caiko Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the. office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or fl.OO per dozen.
in cans at De Baun's.
The Great Oil Stove.
The "Argand" is the boss coal oil cook
stove for summer work. Over two hundred
sold in Cairo, and all give satisfaction. For
heavy cooking, the Charter Oak Stove, dis
counts all others. These stoves are for
sale by C. W. Henderson,
Commercial Ave., Cor. Twelfth.
The very best family medicine is
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, which
cleanse the bowels, purify the blood, and
establish healthy action in the liver. (6)
To All Whom It May Concern.
Don't forget on tho 15th day of AnguBt,
that the game season is oponed.aud all game
in their season will be found at Anflgeranu
Tharp's, 73 Ohio levee, next door to City
National Bank. We have on , hand now
Fresh Oysters and a variety of game,includ
ing Wood Duck, Prairie Chicken, Squirrels,
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
Sir: 1 notice in your journal the profes
sional card of an individual who writes him
self William II. Marcan, M. D., homoeopath
ic physician and surgeon. The person above
named came before the State Board of
Health as a ten year man, making oath that
he had practiced medicine in the state of
Illinois MicrrLT ten years, the first three in
thlcago fmra 1867 to 1870. Query: The
!d doei not 'K" in Chicago
directories, or on the tax liooks, for either of
those years: the title of M.D.ean only be
conferred upon a qualified candidate by tha
combined faculty o a letf, constituted
medical college. Evidently the p&rt- hag
been guilty of corrupt practices; fcm
rise and explain. Pro bono publico . ,
Geo. II. Leach, M. D.
The Parlor Shoe Store
Will open on about the 1st of September.
with a full line of ladies', gents', misses' and
children's shoes ; 102 Commercial avenue,
Jmwecn Bixtu and Seventh streets.
Evory Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
night, at John A. Reeve's auction house, cor
ner Tenth street and Washington avenue,
largo assortment of Clothing, Boots and
Bbocs, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture,
Stoves, Dress Goods, Ladies' Ware and Notions.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notlee In them eommni, ten cents per line,
etch lneertton. Marked
Battio 8. an elegant small Havana
cigar, at Schuh's. ,
The littlo child of Mr. McCarty, living
on Twentieth street, is very sick with dip
tlieria. The Parlor Shoe Store will be ready
for visitors about the 1st of September.
See notice in another column.
Our line of men's shoes are tho best
ever shown in Cairo and the most reason
able In price. O. Haythorn.
The carpenters are doing a good job
on the inside of Swoboda & Schulze's new
building. The work is under the direction
of D.J. Gallagan. .
I am now receiving my tail stoek of
boots and shoes which will surpass any line
of goods ever shown io Cairo. O. Hay
thorn. A wreck of a train of fifteen freight
cars at Fort Jefferson caused the tardiness
of Friday evening's Chicago, St. Louis and
New Orleans train.
A woman living in Wilcox's block is
said to bo dangerously sick with dropsy and
very much in need of assistance, both pecu
niary and medical. She has also a small
child depending upon her for subsistence.
At a meeting of the Anchor Fire com
pany held Thursday evening Mr. James
Carroll was elected president, Mr. E. F.
GlineSjVico president, Mr. E. J. Cotter,
secretary, Mr. A. II. Steels, treasurer and
Mr. John Morgan, captain.
Monday is looked forward to by freight
men as a day on which the future of rail
roads depends. It is generally thought a
5 cunt per 100 rate will prevail from East
St. Louis beforo Tuesday noon, ami then
look out lor a break iu stocks.
The stable of Messrs. Stratton & Bird,
that is in courso of erection on Railroad
street, is being built of brick and will take
up theentire lot twenty by twenty-five feet.
It will be two stories high. Mr. W. F.
Pitcher has the contract for building it.
The fourth annual fair ot the Moberly,
(Mo.), District Fair Association is to be
hold at Moberly, in Randolph county, on
September 27th, 28th, 20th, 30th, and Oc
tober 1st. Horse racing will be one of the
chief attractions of the association.
Tho tourth quarterly meeting of the
Mound City and Villa Ridge charge, will
be held at Meridian in the Baptist church
to-day. Rev. W. F. Wbitaker, of Cairo,
will have charge of the meeting and will
therefore not be here to hold services in his
church this morning.
The '-Postoffice Saloon" is stocked
with the finest liquors, coolest beer and
best brands of cigars to be found in the
city. JoeRonekeris a popular landlord
and his saloon classes among the neatest,
quietest and plcasantcst to be found any
where. The doors, tor the benetit of the
public, are kept open day and night.
The Ohio river stood at eight feet
above low water mark all day yesterday.
Seven and three-quarter leet is as low as it
has been this season. The lowest it has
ever been was one foot below what is known
as low water mark and occurred in 1877.
But that was extraordinary and was due to
the fact thut the river above was gorgod
There Ib no line ot business where so
much depends on the dealer aa tho shoo
business. O. Haythorn is always reliable,
ask for a good article and you are sure to
get it at this houBe.
A business firm in Astoria, Ills., carry
ing a general stock of goods valued at
about twenty thousand dollars, con'em-
plate coming to this city to locate perman
ently. Tho reason of their intended re
moval from Astoria is the general failure of
crops in that part of the state and as they
depend in a great measure upon the farm
era for their trado, they expect very dull
business during tho coming tall and spring
The people of Paducah seem also to
have been affected by tho Cairo boom. At
a largo meeting held in tho council cham
ber of that city, on Friday evening, the
question of lending aid to tho Chicago, 01-
ney and Ohio river railroad was discussed
at length, and a committee was appointed
to correspond with the officials of that road,
with a view to ascertaining their plana and
the conditions, upon which the road would
be built to Paducah.
Jeff Clark has opened a paper and
paint store on Washington avenue near the
corner of Eighth street and stocked it with
the late styles and rich designs of paper
tor all kinds of docorativo work, including
solid colors for finishing walls in stylus
ately adopted in St. Louis and other cities.
He employs only competent workmen and
uses the bout material to be obtainod for
his' contracts and can therefore safely
guarantee satisfaction. Satisfy yourself by
calling on him.
The international law conlerenco, in
olon at Cologne, adopted by acclamation
tewlutW introduced by David, Dudley
Field,tht in extradition treaties neither as
sassination nor attempts thcreut aa a means
of effecting a chango of government or re
dress of grievances shall be deemed apolit
ical crime, and that tho privilege of asylum
bo denied tho perpetrator of audi deed.
This will put an ond to the controversy
over the probable action of Secrotary
Blaino in tho caso of Loo. Hartmann, tho
Russian would-be assassin.
In a recent visit to the farm of Mr. W.
J. Willord, near Hodges Park, in this coun
ty, Mr. J. II. Motcalf found a natural curi
osity in tho torm of a petrified Irish potato.
It is of the red, or ''hog" species, about five
inches long and one and a halt inches in di
ameter in the middle . It is ot symmetrical
form and of dingy brown color. The eyes
are plainly to be Been, and across one end
appears a cut, apparently about an inch
deep, which was evidently made with a hoe.
Mr. Metcalf thinks himself possessed of an
interesting natural curiosity, and he certain
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 91; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 85; Davenport, Iowa, 75; Dubuque,
Iowa, 77; Keokuk, Iowa, 79; LaCrosse,
Wis., 75; Leavenworth, Kas., 85; Louis
ville, Ky., 86; Memphis, Tenn., 88; Nash
ville, Tenn., 94; Omaha, Neb., 83; Pitts
burg, Fa., 00; Shrevcport, La, 90; St.
Louis, Mo., 85; St. Paul, Minn., 78; Vicks
burg, Miss., 00; North Platte, Neb., 82;
Yankton, Dak., 77; Dodge City, Kan., 84;
Bismarck, Dak., 7v; Chicago, Ills.,;
Denver, Col., .
James Kane, mate of the Ste. Gene
vieve, called at tho lodging-house, No. C14
North Fifth street in St. Louis on Friday
morning and asked for a room. He com
plained of chills, and in fifteen minutes af
ter ho retired his lifeless body was found.
A physician, who had been sent for previ
ous to bis retiring, arrived and found he
hud died of congestive chills. His wife,
living ut Chester, 111., was notified of the
sad occurrence and she arrived in the city
yesterday. Mr. Kane was over CO years of
age, and one ot the cleverest of mates. He
was a man who could command his crew
without the usual overflow of profanity,
and was well thought of by everyone.
Trustworthy figures assert that the trav
eling expenses of tho 100,000 drummers
employed by the merchants of the United
States, aro $120,000,000 a year, exclusive of
salaries. This is a heavy tax on business,
and one of the gravest problems of the mer
chants is how to avoid it. Opinion is that
commercial travelers cannot wholly be dis
pensed with, but the drift of sentiment is
largely in favor of reducing this costly
method of soliciting custom to the lowest
practicable limit and relying upon printer's
ink to take its place. They have found no
substitute for the newspaper, as a cheap
and ctlcctive advertising medium.
As the prospects of tho president's re
covery increase tho denunciations of tho
learned men who are attending him be
comes less frequent. This is proof of the
contemptible character cf the critics; for it
is plainly to be Been that their utterances
against the physicians were the result of
ignorance and pure malice. Had they been
prompted by a spirit of fairness, proper
concern for tho president and an honest be
lief that he was not being properly treated,
they would not bo so easily
gagged by every favorable turn
in his condition; but continue their criti
cisms until their was a change of physicians
and mode of treatment.
Guerrilla work has commenced on the
Arizona border, which demands prompt at
tention on the part of tho United States. A
Mexican train recently sent out from Son-
ora to purchase supplies at Tombstone was
robbed by Arizona cow-boys and two of its
men killed. In retaliation, a party ot
American butchers who went to the border
ranches to purchase cattle by surprised
Mexicans, while asleep, and six of the
number put to death. Two companies of
tho Cth United States cavalry have been or
dered to Camp Grant. General Domin
qucz, adjutant on the staff of the Mexican
commander, has appeared at Tombstone,
Arizona, to arrago for united action against
the Iwrdcr thieves.
Greenville (Ills) Sun: Tho overland
mail route between Bunker Hill and Car
linvillo, lately discontinued, was ono of
those swindles on the government known as
"star rotiteR." The two towns have a daily
railroad mail connection, but through tho
representations of dishonest men at Wash
ington, a daily overland mail route was es
tablished. Chaso Andrews, of Washington,
got the contract, at $1500; he sub-let it to
Geo. L. McDonough, of Alton, for $1000,
and thu latter disposed of it to a livery
stable man in Carlinvillo for $600. Al
though the route was not needed at all, and
tho postmasters in both towns notified tho
post office department of tho fact, it was
kept going from July, 1880, until about
two months ago.
Tho Census Bureau gives us the grain
product of tho United States for the year
1879. From theso tables wo learn that
from 03,320,052 acres planted in corn there
were raised 1,773,009,840 bushels; from
35,487,005 acres in wheat the yield was
287,745,520 bushels; 80,150,611 acres of
oats produced 407,070,715 bushels; 2,005,
466 acres devoted to barley gavo us 44,
149,479 bushels; the 1,844,321 acres sown
in rye brought forth 10,018,705 bushels,
and tho 850,304 acres of buckwheat gave a
roturn of 9,821,721 bushels. Tbo total
acreage for cereals in 1870 was 118,605,619,
and the yield noarly 8,000,000,000 bushels,
or an average of fifty-four bushels to each
individual ot our 50,000,000 of population.
On Friday Marshal Myers arrested
"Jim" Orange near tho corner of Eighth at.
and Commercial avenue, and took him to
the county jail for confinement, until tho
noxt session of tho court, when application
will bo made to have Jim adjudged insane
and sent to the insane asylum for treat
ment. JTho marshal was prompted in this
action by seeing Jim seated on tho curb,
stone, at the corner of Eighth and Commer
cial avenue for some time, studying the
ground and mumbling, then suddenly
jump up, pick up a stone weighing
about four pounds, and - hurl
it aimlessly down tne street with all his
might. The stone came within a few
inches of the head of Mr. Malinski's littlo
son and would have killed him instantly
had it struck him in the head. Tho action
of the marshal will be approved by the
On Friday night about eleven o'clock
much excitement was caused and a crowd
ot street walkers were quickly gathered by
the frantic screams of a woman, coming
from the little refreshment stand near the
corner of Thirteenth Btreet and Washington
avenue. A pohco whistle sounded and
Officer Wims answered the call. The cause
of the disturbance was a negro who came
into the place and demanded to he cred
ited for something ho wanted and being re
fused picked up a stool near by and pro
ceeded to belabor the woman behind the
counter over the head. He got out of sight
however, before the officer arrived. An
other disturbance in the form of a violent
family quarrel occurred about the same time
near Eighteenth street and Washington av
enue. Mr. Edward llanlan, the phenominal
oarsman, accompanied by his friend and
trainer, Mr. James Douglas, of Toronto,
reached St. Louis at eight o'clock, Friday
morning by the Vandaha line. This is the
champion's tirst visit to Mound City. After
seeing that his shells, which were brought
West in the car that contained the oarsman,
had been properly cared for, llanlan and
his friend entered a carriage, and the party
wcro driven to the Southern Hotel, where
airy and comfortable quarters had been
secured. Han Inn was 26 years old on tho
12th of last July, is 5 feet 9 inches iu height,
when in condition weighs about 150 pounds
or a trifle over, is very prepossessing in ap
pearance and has the air and bearing of a
gentleman.Should the course at Creve Ceeur
prove satisfactory, there is every reason to be
lieve that the coming match between llanlan
and Wallace Ross, of St. John, N. B., for
the championship, will be rowed there. Tho
champion has the choice of water, and
seems to be favorably disposed toward St.
Louis. St. Louis will undoubtedly work
like a Trojan to bring about the desired re
sult, and will leave nothing undone that
can po.isibly contribute to securing a raco
that would attract thousands to the city,
and that would be worth traveling miles to
MAGISTRATE COMINGS' COUBT.
Martin Lawson, drunk, arrested by Of
ficer Mahany, fined one dollar and costs.
Dan Callahan, drunk, arrested by Officer
Tyler, fined one dollar and coBts.
Wm. Bates, disorderly, arrested by Of
ficers Kinnear and Hogan, fined five dollars
George Taylor, disorderly, arrested by
Officers Hogan and Kinnear, fined five dol
lars and costs.
Mrs.W. C. Mulkey and children are so
journing at Marion, Ills.
Mr.S. P. Wheeler has returned from his
business trip up tho Cairo and Vincenncs
Mr. E. F.Byng, of Paducah, was in the
Miss Jennie Wilson has returned from
her visit north.
Alderman T. W. Halliday returned on
Friday from his trip to New York and oth
Miss Minnie Sproat is visiting at Colum
Tho Misses Corlis are at Dixon Springs,
seeking health and pleasure, bothot which
may be found there In abundance.
Mrs. Kimbrough has nearly recovered
from her late illness.
Mrs. W. H.McCullough is spending a few
days in Mound City.
Master Tom Fry returned yesterday from
an extended visit to Danville, Ills.
Mr. Brown, who some time ago delivered
a lecture beforo the Reform Club in thiscity,
and Mr. Oliver, both traveling salesmen for
Evansville business houses, were in the city
yesterday, and called on the Bulletin.
The usual services will bo held at tho Gcr.
man Lutheran church, on Thirteenth street,
to-day, Rev. Hossfelt officiating.
; 'lev. B. Y. George being out of tho city,
there will probably be no services at the
Presbyterian church to-day,
Tho several churches of the colored peo
ple will be open for services both morning
Tho pnlpit of tho Baptist church, at the
corner of Tenth and Poplar streets, will be
filled this morning and evening by Rov.A. J.
FALL OF 1881!
Stuart's popular and reliable cash dry goods hou1 o is now lu daily receipt of
new goods for tho early Fall trade. We lave contracted for a (rood many lines of
goods 80 days ago and shall aa heretofore five our trade the benefit of the very
lowest prices prevailing in this?country Our method of business:
Close Prices, Pair Dealing, Courteous Treatment
Have been appreciated and onr trade has grown to such proportions as Mill en
able us to oiler a larger and more varied line of goods at
Still Lower Prices!
We lower our prices as our business increases. We are now engaged lu ren
ovating our store room and will devote the new addition to a
And are now having made for us the most complete line of Ladles', Geuls' and
Children's line shoes ever shown by us, every pair of which are warranted.
When the alterations in our store arc completed we will be able to show new
Hues of goods in larger assortments than heretofore and at prices that will make
business hum this fall and winter.
We propose making it to the Interest of cash buyers of Dry Goods to deal
We will offer new Dress Goods, Prints, etc., on Monday morning.
OIIA8. R. BTUAHT,
Hess, who extends a cordial invitation to
the general public.
At the church of the Redeemer, on Four
tccnth street, Rector Davenport will offici'
ate both morning and evening to-day.
Sunday School commences at ten o'clock
this morning, communion, at eleven and
evening serviro at eight o'clock p. m.
There will bo no servicea in the 3Ietho
dist church this morning, banso of the
absence of the pastor, Rev. Wbitaker.
But this evening services will be held as
usual, and Rev. Whittaker will preach his
last sermon in Cairo as paator of the Mctho.
dist church. He will attend the Mctho.
dist conference at Greenville, III., this week
and be assigned to another field of labor.
This will be regretted by all who know
him here, particularly by his con
gregation, to whom be has endeared
himself by his energetic labors aud many
RECOUD FOR ALEXANDER COOTT, AUGUST
John Hodges and wife and Alexander II
Irvin and wife, to Frank W. Edar; quit
clairc deed, dated August 17th, 1881, for
northwest quarter of southwest quarter, sec.
tion :hirty-one, township fifteen, range one,
in Alexander county.
Janes Lawrence to Francis M.Lawrence
warranty deed, dated November 13th, 1881,
lor southeast quarter of northwest quarter,
and northeast quarter of southwest quarter
of sectiun thirty-four, township fourteen
range two, in Alexander county.
City of Cairo to Arab Fire Company
deed, dated July 8th, 1881, for lot num
bered ten. in block numbered fourteen, in
Railroad addition to the city of Cairo.
The condition of tho President was more
encouraging yesterday than on either of the
two previous days, and the physicians were
once more hopeful, although they admitted
that the case was still serious. There was a
decided improvement in tho tone of tho pa
tient's stomach, which at this stage of khe
cast seems to be the main thing. A con
siderable quantity of nourishment was tak
en ind retained. The parotid gland trou
bles had subsided materially, and aro not
expected to occasion any further inconve
nience. Tie dispatches received here yesterday
were as follows :
Washington, August 20, 8:30 a. m.
The President passed a quiet night and tins
a. m. his condition does not differ materially
from what it was yesterday at the same
hour. The swelling of the gland is un
changed and is free from pain. Pulse 08,
temperature 98 4 10, respiration 18.
Washington, August 20th, C p. m. The
President has passed tho day quietly. He
has been able to take more liquid food by
tho mouth than yesterday, and Hie quantity
given by enema has been proportionally
diminished. The parotid swelling remains
about the same. Pulse 110, temperature
100 4-10, respiration 19.
I). W. Bliss,
J. J. WOODWAUO,
I). II. Agnkw.
Dongola, Aug. 18th, 1881.
It is no use disguising the fact, for it is
too true to make a joko of, that hard living
is upon us. In Union county everything
in the vefctaole line is dried up and to
make the matter still more distressing cis
terns and wells, havo failed to an alarming
fixtcnt, and all the small creeks are dry. It
is now beyond a pcradventuro that we are
bound to face the next twelve months with
about the same as no corn. This calls for
the closest economy possible on tho part of
every one. While we are not ono addicted
to murmuring we concede to feeling awful
blue. Bluer than wo felt at any time dur
ing the great 1 financial panic. When we
have abundance ' of produce we can get
along finely with but little money, but when
there is nothing to eat, money availeth but
littlo. Ono thing from which we derive
comtort is that after all, we shall no doubt
be benefited by the present extreme drought
even if for a year we do suffer severely for
many ot the common comforts of life.
Our town trustees have tuken into con
sideration the great need of public wells,
and at present have two under contract,
and one of them completed, which furn
ishes tons or water. Iu a very short time
tho other will be completed, then come on
with your buckets and your thirsty stock
and freely help youselves.
Frank Ncibauer, our old reliable miller
has the Stevens roller mills (made by Noye
& Sons, of Buffalo, New York) in full op
eration and if the Cairoites want the best
flour in the world just let them call for
Neibauer's new process flour and if they
get disapjiointed "Old Trim" will foot tie
Hugh Doyle, formerly of Cairo, now ot
Anna, has just opened a first class saloon
in Dongola, and is ready at all times, ex
cept Sundays, to wait on all who are fond
of the ardent.
Dongola now has three saloons and two
drug stores, so reader, don't you see, we are
"heeled" lor something to drink. But, says
one, how are we going to make whisky
without corn? That we anwcr, by saying
there are dozens of ways to make it,
without using a grain of corn.
Mr. A. B. Strowger, formerly principal of
the graded school in Anna, now ot Kansas,
is among his Anna frieads on a visit. His
wife, Mrs. Alice Stwvgr, nee Willard, is
with him, and in convocation with her, we
learned that crops are good in Kansas and
the country rapidly improving. They are
both highly pleased with Kansas, and speak
in glowing terms ot her future.
Mr.W.A.Kelleyand Miss Kit Hacker,
both of Jonesboro, were married on the 18th
inst., and are nw on a pleasure trip to St.
Business in Dongola, considering the
drought is good. Our business men aro
glad of the "boom" that has struck Cairo,
and the general impression among them is
that the Ixkiiii will keep booming, until
Cairo gets to be one of the greatest centers
of trade in the nation. When we say "na
tion we don't mean confederacy.
The Effect of Indulgence,
in strong drink can be removed from the
system by Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Let tho poor sufferers from female com
plaints take courage and rejoice that a pain
less remedy has been found. Wo refer to
LydiaE. Pinkbam's Vegetable compound.
It is prepared at 233 Western Aveuuc,Lynn,
Mass. Send to Mrs. Pinkham for pamph
Love Your Neighbor.
When your friend or neighbor is laboring
under bodily affliction, indigestion, bilious
ness, constipation, caused by impurity of
blood, or disorders of the kidneys or liver,
don't fail to recommend Burdock Blood
Bitters, asuro and safe remedy. Prico
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
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The best Balvo in tho world for cuts,
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