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THE DAILY OAIHO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Oth: Bulletin BuiWlne, Wajblnjrton Avenue
RNTKKHD AT TU PlWT OKPIC IN CAIBO, It
LINOIS, AH KKOiNlCWfet MATTER.
jmoiAb I'APKHOl' CITT AND OOUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noiir lu thlK column, ultfht cent pr lino fur
flrst and live coiiin par Hue cta .uli.equuV liner
tlou. Kor ona wui-k. Sueuuu i.etliau. tor uu
monib, OO ctiuu por line.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
ut A. T. DelWun's, 50 Ohio levee.
UsoTukCaiko Ul-uktis perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, ut tlio oiliee. No. 2 and
3. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. PeHaun'g, 50 Ohm levee,
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted 6tul), suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. Delkun'u, 50 Ohio levee.
Oysters and Fish.
I am daily receiving fresh Mobile oysters
in bulk, for sale, by the dozen or hundred.
V.si.pjI attention is called to tny daily re
ceipts of fresh lied Snapper and other gulf
and game, fish. Depot, Ohio levee, corner
Eighth street. Jacoii Klee.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
Ut A. T. DcBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
To buyers of Ladies, Misses and Chil
dren's shoes; I have decided to close out
tlio above line of goods ut cost, and
less, and carry a large stock ot Men's, Boy's
and Youth's only. So call aud get your
own prices. They must be sold to make
room for spring goods in Men's Boy's and
Youth's line boots and shoes. H. IIuxk,
Eighth street, between Commercial and
Washington avenue. tf.
at Dellaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
A Popular Tonic
KOH WEAK LVK08 AND CONSCMITION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cure of
Coughs, Colds," Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption in the incipient or advanced
stages of the disease, has ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients as
the celebrated "Tolu, Bock and Rye." The
repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the best evidence of its real
merits. Letters and tcstimonals from every
quarter of tlio country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing effects, are in
possession of the proprietors, and can be
adduced to convince the most skeptical
reader ol its intrinsic virtues. Further
commendation is unnecessary anil super
fluous, as a trial of this article, having a
pleasant taste and agreeable flavor, will
satisfy all those who are a'llicted or pining
away with pulmonary weakness of the re
lief to be secured by the use of Tolu, Kock
and ltyc. Chicago Times.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nottco In theoe eommiiii, tn cjM per line,
icu insertion. Marked
How (o fight a savage dog keep your
face to him.
?no of thfl curiosities or Cairo law
practice is bailing a man without knowing
tho crime chaaged anil without a bearing.
The Attorney Oeoeral lias decided that
school treasurers should publish a full and
complete statement of their receipts ami
disbursements for tho year ending immedi
ately after tlio April meetings.
The panic of yesterday almost demoral
ized Tiik I!ui,1.ktin force, so much so that
wo arc forced to cut on our local matter, in
fact, under tho circumstances, we arc glad
to be able to iiwue a paper of any kind this
Tho housei in Fillmore were swept
away early in the flood. Mr. Jesse Kich
who win in the grocery business lost every
thing but fortunately hail removed bit fam
ily to Wit'kliuV. before his house gava way.
Mr John Coche lost about 140 ash logs.
Other losses wens inconsiderable.
Cincinnati may buvo its Hoods, but
above the roar of the waters rises tho proud
yoico of tho local journalist, exclaiming:
"Tlio difference between high and low water
mark in tlio Ohio at Cincinnati is, wu be
lieve, greater than in any other largo river
In front of any cuniiderablo city in tho
Tho disastrous flood, which is carrying
ruin and death among tho plantations of
theilowly reviving south and tho riversido
Industrie of the northern Mississippi val
ley, U upportuno in making its advent at a
time when tho subject of Mississippi river
, improvement is being brought so earnestly
before congroxs. If there bo anything u
the argument which is futnishoi by a ca
lamity in involving tho loss of millions of
dollars and unlimited human suffering, the
cherue which proposes to avert such ihinya
tbould certainly roci Ivu a boom.
Fred Julian, agent of Fay Tcnipleton
Opera Co., called on Tiik Bulletin yester
day. It was the intention of tho company
to visit Cairo next week, but the outlook
was not at all encouraging and ho con
eluded to change tho route.
The Itev. Mr. Guorgo announced to his
congregation on last Sunday that he would
be out of town to morrow. Owing to tho
present condition of things, ho will not
leave. Services may therefore be exported
in the Presbyterian church at eleven o'clock
Communication from Cairo to tho outer
world by rail and telegraph is very nearly
cut oil by the flood. But ono telegraph
lino, tho WabashJ is left intact, aud but
ono railroad, the Illinois Central, runs
trains and they were cut off several hours
yesterday morning by a small wash out
above the city.
The memory of George Waskington
whs not violently honored in Cairo Wed
nesday. Tho fact was the people were too
intently engaged in prep iring to save them
selves and their household effects in case of
emergency to pay much attention to the
birthday of the man who saved the country
more than u hundred years ago.
An independent journal of Xew York
has learned that the deal between Tam
many and the republicans includes the
removal of all democratic officials in tho
state who can be reached under the con
stitution, Kelly being given a new charter
for the metropolis which will unseat bis
Shelby M. Cullom is in a great deal of
trouble. lie don't know whether to call
an extra session or not. There are about
ono thousand Republican patriots wanting
to run for Congressmen at large, who don't
want him. Then again there are a great
many hungry legislators and legislative
hangers on who do want it. Between
thorn the Governor gets but little rest,
Two men, under high pressure of gen
eral excitement and excitants, were quar
reling and fighting at corner of Commer
cial avenue and Twelfth street yesterday
evening when officers Mahanny and Martin
attempted to - arrest them. The officers
were compelled to use their pistols result
ing in a ball through the mouth of one aud
a slight wound on tho body of the other.
Gen. Weaver, the leader of the green
back party, who spoke in Joliet last Satur
day, told a representative of the Joliet
'News' that he would ba a candidate for
congress from his old district in Iowa if
the republican! in that state, under the
new apportionment bill, do not divide his
district in such a way as to cut him off,
which ho thinks it will be hard for him to
Assassin Guiteau is deeply disgruntled.
He has ceased to be an object of curiosity.
On Sunday last he shaved aud dressed with
care expecting a large number of visitors.
Not one appeared. This was so grievous a
disappointment to the egotist that ho
charged the warden with conspiracy to
prevent his enjoying the satisfaction of an
army of callers. Until the hangman lays
hands upon him, Guiteau will not agaiu be
a conspicuous creature. Ilisdayhas passed.
Jacob Betigcr, proprietor of the hotel
corner of Clark avenue and Eleventh street,
St. Louis, has forwarded by express a email
box containing a liangtnans rope and hood
directed to Marshal Henry, of District of
Columbia. It was accompanied by a brief
letter stating that as that wtifc tho celebra
tion of tho birthday of tho father of our
country he thought that no fitting present
could be sent him, and that it would doubt
less prove effective in ridding the world of
that monster Guiteau.
At a large and determined gathering
of citizens hehl at the Waverley House
last evening. At the suggestion of Capt.
W. M. Williams, a series of resolutions
which appear in another column, were
adopted unanimously, Maj. Jesse Hinklc
was elected captain, and Hon. T. N. Kim
brotigh lieutenant of the Cairo Citizens
Committee. Thirty-six old and reliable
citizens were enrolled and placed on duty,
with thirty-six reliablo muskets in their
hands to enforce the resolutions adopted by
The failure of the late commissioner of
agriculture, Mr. Le Due, to domesticate tho
tea plant whs hailed with delight by all
consumer of the cup that cheers but not
inebriates. A newspaper in Georgia, how
ever, has been stating with great positive
nessthat the only trouble in Le Duc'b ex
periments was with himself. Had ho tried
half as hard to make his tea firm a success
as he did to get his bureau promoted to an
executive department, ho would have
achieved success. This paper states that
tea has for years been grown successfully
in that state, and that with proper atten
tion it may bo developed into an important
Mr. Theilicko was much better last
night and his physician thinks he will pull
through all right. Lally, as predicted, was
out on bail within two hours after his ar-
rt at. It is a curious law, or a strango defi
nition of tho law that permits a magistrate
to take bail for a criminal, without a bear
ing and without knowing but tho charge
against him may bo murder. Law Is not al-.
ways justice, and wo are almost won over to
tho belief that the long talked of vigilance
committee, will bo the best protection for
respectable people against the "l'lug
Vglies." Tho time Is near ot hand when
they will, for aelf protection, ba obliged to
aaopt iiio ".hot gun" policy.
Fears were entered on Wednesday
that a bridgo over an overflowing creep
near Vandalia, Ills., was unsafe for trains,
and a big-brained Illinois Contral official
whose photograph we want, determined to
be very cautious and test it. So, without
suggesting to tho passengers that it might
bo well to take their rubber coats and a
few towelB along, ho snt a passenger train
out to make tho test. Tho traiu went out
on tho bridge and got dumped. The
engineer and tho conductor were drowned
and the balauce of tho people who figured
in tho experiment flounded out and legged
it back to Yanflalia to look f.u- tho cautious
official. If they fail to find him thtrgraud
jury should take a hand in the hunt. Of'
ficials who test suspicious structures with
loaded passenger trains ought not to pass
Tho entire shore line between this city,
and Vickbur on tho (Mississippi aide and
and the whole eastern shore of Arkansas
are either under water or threatened with
inundation. A 'constant guard is bein;
kept along the levees, which are being
strengthing by every means available.
From Greenville down, on the Mississippi
side, the levees are still intact. Thousands,
ot bottom farmers are reduced to proverty
by the fl .km, aud the suffering of their fam
ilies now inadequately sheltered from the
cold, and with little food, demands imme
diate relief. Gov Lowry, of Mississippi,
asks that aid be sent sufferers about the
Yazoo delta, and sends similar requests to
the New Orleans and St Louis chambers of
commerce. An appropriation was made t-
day by the legislature ot Mississippi.
There is no longer any question of the
vigor of the star-route prosecutions. Least
of all do the members of the star route
ring complain of any Uck of energy on
the part of the government. Mr. Mac-
Veagh, who abandoned the department of
justice and the star-route cases at a critical
moment, upon the pretense that the ad
ministration was not serious in its an
nounced purpose to presecnte the star-rwute
thieves, is here, and has an opportunity to
contrast the lax methods of his own ad
ministration with the energy which has
brought the distinguished conspirators to
the dock. Those who have been familiar
with the inner history of the star-route
prosecution from the outset could doubtless
truthfully testify that the statute of limita
tions need not have run upon many of the
important cases, and that the consequent
dubious and unsuccessful experiment of the
proceeding by information would not have
been necessary if tho department of justice
under Mac Veagh had exhibited a tithe of
the energy displayed by Attorney-General
Brewster and Special Counsel Bliss from
the moment they were placed in sole
chargo of these cases. The leading con
spiiators have been indicted and the great
straw-bid men are bailed to await the ac
tion of the grand jury. Meanwhile, an ad
ditional number of indictments has just
been brought in by the grand jury. These
indictments are against J. W. Dnrsty,
brother of ex-Senator D.irsey, John H. Mil
ler, John W. Feck, and M. C. Bedell, ex
Senator Dorsey's private secretary, who
claimed that Mac Veagh, when Attorney
General, attempted to bribe him to induce
him to furnish evidence against the ring.
A commission representing the ex
confederate Boldiers of Cincinnati, visied
Mrs Girfield at Mentor Wednesday, and
presented her with a beautiful memorial
tribute to Junes A. Oilfield in the shape
of sympathetic ami eulogistic resolutions.
Mrs.Garfield, with great effort, repressed
her emotion, while the old mother of the
president wept violently. Both Indies
were clad in the deepest mourning. The
late president's widow, her voice trembling
with emotion, replied to the address of
Gen, Withers as follows:
'Gentlemen I am very grateful to you
and to those from whom this beautiful gift
comes, both for its sake and the sentiment
The two Mesdames Gti field then examin
ed the memorial gift, and expressed their
admiration of the frame to Mr. Knipe, its
maker, who said: "My hort went out in
sympathy tor the president. I volunteered
to make that frame, and I made it ho it
may remain a standing testimony of south
Gen. Withers added : "We want to show
these northern politicians that we, con
federates, aie not hh black as they try to
make us out to be."
The younger Mrs. Garfield responded:
''It bad always been the general's greatest
wish that there should benonorth or south.
His earnest desire was to huvo a united
country, and had ho lived." Her grief
overcome her, and tho sentence wan un
finished. After a brief silence, courtesies wero ex
changed, and tho visitors withdrew, driving
to Lakeview cemetery, whero Garfield's
casket lies In a vault.
Wo have no small pox in Cairo did
not even havo a email pox scare,-water is
our only trouble and that just at this timo
is certainly troubie enough forcno peoplo;
but other places are suffering a death of wa
ter and, apparently, a harvest of small
pox. It was in ono of these places that an
Editor turned himself loose on tho com
mercial traveler, thuttly: "The commercial
traveler is a reckless man. Ho don't caro
for consequences. Ho is hero to-day and
there tomorrow. He is constantly exposed
to all the diseases as well as to all tho vices
.of society. Ho lodges in contaminated
rooms, rubs against contaminating persons
rides in contaminated cars; but bo will not
allow himself to bo vaccinated. Ho was
vaccinated long ago; ho is not afraid; ho is
small-pox proof. Thus ho talks and thus
ho boasts. He comes home; is taken ill at
his hotel or house; his friends call on him;
shake hands with him; sit by his bedside;
it is nothing. But the doctors como; they
look grave; they sliako their heads; they
pronounce his disease small pox 1 The
community is alarmed, aud tho small-pox
begins iu work. In this way small-pox is
Wing slowly bet surely spread overall tho
land. Tho unvacr inated tramp and the
uuvaccinated commercial traveler, careless
of their own health, como into a hcalty
community, and are taken down with tho
disease. The tramp is hustled off to the
pest-house, after he has been in cotitact
with many people; and tho commercial
traveler industriously spreads the disease at
his hotel or from his own house.
A VIGILANCE COMMITTEE OK-
Caiko, III, Feb. "i, 188:2.
At a meeting held at ttie Waverley Hotel
this evening for the purpose of organizing a
citizen' vigilance committee of ten, the
following gentlemen were present :
Major Jesse lliukle, 1 C. Barclay, Geo.
E. Olmsted, Joseph Verim, Will Hughes,
Miles W. Furker, Hon. F. BnBs, Capt. Win.
M. Williams, John Henderson, Hon. T. N.
L'juiti motion of Capt. W. M. Williams,
Hon. F. Bro5s w as elected president of the
Upon motion of Hon. F. Bross, Geo. E.
Olmsted was elected secretary of the com
mittee, and a coujmi'toc on resolutions,
consisting of Geo. K. Olmsted, T. N. Kim-
brou;h auJ Jcse ILnkle were elected.
The committee immediately reported the
following resolutions, viz:
herets, Ttie city of Cairo is in irreat
danger of overflow ou the account of insuf
liceiit levees, and
Whereas, Also there seems to be an ele
ment in the city calculated to do all it can
to prevent men l'rm working on our levees,
aud anothercliss which has no identity
with our city, for its good, thefore be it
Kesolved, By this Viglauce committee,
First. Every able bodied man in this
city must, when Called upon, by any mem
ber of this committee, .immediately respond
to the Call or at once leave the city, afoot or
Second. Any person, employed by tho
city, by any person or corporation, who
shall demand wages for work done before
regular pay day, shall be required to imme
diately leave the city, and forfeit all pay
Thirl, Any person detected in the crime
cf larceny shall be immediately hanged or
shot, at tne pleasure of th? committee.
Fourth. This committee agrees to see to
it that all persons, working for the city un
der the present emergency, ttuill be furn
ished the necessaries ot life at reasonable
prices on all orders issued by tho city au
thorities. Fifth. All respectable citizens are earn
estly requested to come, forward at once,
and join this organization f,r the protection
of their homes ami fumiles.
Which resolution were unanimously
adopted. F. Bhoss, Fres't.
Geo. E. Oi.mstbi), Sec'y.
Tiiekk is something soft and tender in
the fall of a single snow-flake, but it al
ways reminds us to look after our bottle of
Dr.,Buir Cough Syrup, our old stand-by
in the days ot Coughs and Colds, for we
have always found it reliwblo.
LIST OK LKTTKKS UKMAININO t.'.NCALI.Kl)
YOU. IS TUB l'OSTuKKICK AT CAIKO, ILL.,
KATL'KIMT, Khll. 25, 1 Wi.
Anderson, L M Alexander, Ma
Baugh, Sarah Bradley, Medora
Bradley, Lucinda Crockett, Georgeain
Coppec, Katie Chalfal, llenreter
Cheeney, Mollie Colla, Amanda
D.ivis, S im Green, Eloira
ilenitt, Mary , Hasty, Nauia
Harris, Mary Hughs, Jottiu
Hodge, Sallie Jones, Sallie
Jones, Maggie E Leiner, E
Lee, Lula Medows, l'atsy
Moore, Doris G NewComh,Amanda A
Berlin, Belle Powell, Loula
Bead, Jennie (col) Keiifro, Mariah
Boss, Sadie Huberts, Eliza B
Shook, Abro Stansley, Nellie
Stephens, Barrett A Stewart, Sarah
Woods, Julia Wagner, llettio
Wagoner, Maggio Wood, Mary
Ankeny, Iivin Aylsworth, IIS
Armstrong, N L Allen, Will
Bebus, Win Bush, Nun
Bradish, Johnnie Brown, J C
Brennen, John 2 Browen, John (col)
Black, G W Brown, C C
Clark, jMollio Clark, Lida
Casey, Thou Daniels, Lawrence
Dixon, J V 2 Dowgherty, J W
Dow, J.is DeCrow, James
Esery, Leo Fry, John
Ford, Alex T Graves, T C
Gillmore, John Hutchison, J C
Hobenger, James Howard, L J
Jones, N E (col) Jones, Ed
Keller, Win Kershaw, Hobt
Kinkead, John 2 McOuire, Paul
Moore, F I) Mathews, John
McQuotn, O C Mann, 8 M
Owens, Franklin Palmer, Bial (col)
PorteiiH, Mr Peters, Jits It
Beed, Andy Hood, lloraeo
Robinson, S Boss, W H
Shearer, I'hil Slewart,JlI
Heay, James Stacey, Jas
Stalker, II J Pr Skiles, John
Saure, Alfred Tettotsnn, Yj M
Tool, Jos Thorn, J JO
Thnrpo, I.'iwis U m fleet, ft P
Miller, Win Wewer, Win
Walters, Jacob Woods, Oiilio
Wilner, 0 E Waroing, W J.
Tcrsons calling for the above meutiotied
will please say advertised.
Gito. W. McKeaio, Portmastor.
THE LEVEES STILL SAFE.
BULK HEADED ALL TBI WAY
Matters upon the river and around tho
levee remain about tho same at this writing
as Thursday; About two o'clock yesterday
afternoon the engines whistled, fire bolls
rang and for half an hour the people were
wild with excitement as men and boys
rushed along tho streets spreading the
alarm ami reporting a breax in the new
levee of some thirty feet. This proved to
be a falsj alarm caused by a crack in the
leveo lengthwise that for a short timo
threatened dire consequences, but men of
mettle to direct, and men of muscle to work
were at band aud the danger was averted.
Half an hour after the alarm, Chief My
ers arrived from the front and from him we
received tho assurance that the water had
not come in, and bargee were being towed
around that would strengthen and save the
levee if they arrived in time.
This was done by sinking bags of sand am
throwing in rok ; a barge also was placed
against tho outsido of the levee. Mayor
ThUtlcwood, McIIale, Capt. Shields and
other energetic gentlemen who lead in the
work, have never for a moment lost confi
dence in the ability of the citizens to keep
the water out of the city.
The Ohio continued to rise un'.il noon but
alter that time, the rise, if any, was very
slight. The government guage is covered
over with water but other marks show a
rise of 9 inches in the 30 hours ending
at 5 o'clock yester lay evening. News from
the upper rivers is all that could be desired
The Wabash is falling fast. Late dis-
pitches from Evansvilh; says, "tho worst is
iver, river came to a stand yesterday and is
falling." The City ot Alton brought news
that the river was falling when they left
Ctpe Girardeau Thursday afternoon. It
fell two feet at St. Louis yesterday, and is
falling all the way down. The Ohio was
reported on a stand at Paducah last night.
A Bulletin man visited the dangerous
part of the levee last night and expressed
the opininion that the city is safe.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. Used the
funds of the society freely in purchasing
coffee which thoy prepared and sent out to
the works. A committee of citizens were
engaged at five o'clock.
in the store of Herman Meyers, putting up
one thousand paper sacks of provisions,
crackers, cheese, sausage, etc., for the sup
per of the men at work on the levees.
Parties from Missouri state that the
water is higher in Mississippi county than
has been known Hiuce 1S15, but, even ad
mitting that fact, it is useless to plume our
selves on our ability to raise our levees a
foot or two, temporarily, in an emergency,
to keep the water out. Lot this be a lesson,
and, before another shall occur, let the au
thorities see that tho levees are raisc-a and
widened aud strengthened.
The l ivrr raised 0 inches during the Kb
21 hours ending last night, making 51 feet
inches on the guage, arise of j inch per
hour, a big raise at this stage of water. At
Chattanooga it fell 11 inches, D.venpoit 8
inch fall, Dubuque 5 inch fall.Keokuk
5 inch fall, Leavenworth 8 inch fall, Nash-
iUe 4 feet 3 inch foil, St. Louis 1 foot 7
inch fall. C'.iro is the only place on the
way that indicates a raise.
The City of Alton came out frm St,
jouis with a good trip of freight for New
Orleans. She added 100 tons here, includ
ing ono Narrow Guage cur.
The Annie P. Silver w ill be up this morn
ing from New Orleans for St. Louis.
The Mary Huston had not arrived up
:o late last night, but will be here this
morning from Cincinnati for New Orleans.
The Iron Mountain came out with a big
tow of barges loaded with freight for New
Orleans from St. Louis.
Tho Gold Dust was duo out from St.
.ouis last night for Vicksburg, but had
not arrived up tot) o'clock.
Tho Bigley came out from St. Louis with
a tow of barges for New Orleans. She
brought half and the Oakland the others.
The Bigley added ono barge here and left
Tho Oakland took a part of a bargoof
rock around to tho break yesterday.
The tug Caehu towed a bargo of coal to
tho brako to bo scuttled if needed.
Tho Belle Memphis will bo up to day
from Vicksburg for St. Louis.
The supremo court of this Btato in u re
cent decision iiitbocaso of Gago vs. Bailey
et. al., have made another important ruling,
greatly weakening tho binding force of tho
multitude of tax deeds which havo been ac
cumulating in this stato during tho past
The court hold iu this case that, to mako
notice by publication uufficiont to authorize
a deed for land eold for taxes or special
assessments, it must bo shown that no ouo
is iu the actual pAsscsslou of tho premises
at tho timo of publication. That an affi
davit made more than five mouths before
tho expiration of tho timo of redemption,
that no ono was in possession of tho prem
ises, and they were vacant and unoccupied,
was not sufficient to authorize publication
by notice to the owner in a newspaper.
And further, that a uotico of a purchase of
land for taxes, in stating tho timo when tho
right of redemption will expire, must state
tho Bamo correctly, otherwise it will bo fa
Tho like principle extended and applied
to all tax deeds now existing, would leave
them shorn of an element of validity and
strength, which they were supposed by
their owners in general to possess, and nec
essary for tho purpose of passing any shadow
of title whatever.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
cry ing with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. A mslow's Soothing Syrup It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
-depend upon it; there is no mistake
abou it. 1 here is not a mother on earth
who has ever used if, vv1( will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the boweN
and fMvo rest to the mother, nnd relief Wlj
health to the child, operating like ma-nc
It is perfectly sate to use in all caseH, ,!
pleasant to the Uste, and is the pr. scrin
tionofoneofthe oldest and best f.-nulo
physicians ami nurscx i the United States
Sold everywhere. 2.1 cents a bottle.
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etc. hchl.tz'i .Mflwttiik.ru Iv.t on ilrsuulit. tf.
i'ai'tain b. v. trims
1 1 uf ctiirtcil Ij'.k
Shingle Tractor v.
At JIo(lnH l'Hl-k.
Capacity 20,000 Por Dav
Ami Ik prepared to nil all orders promptly.
.JAM KK CJ fKX KY, Ajioiit.
Corner Klclitei'iitb and l'oplor Streets.
rpiIK CITY NATIONAL IUXK.
Ol Otlro. IllinoiH.
71 OHIO I.RVEK.
CAPITAL, H 1- 0 0.000
A General Itankiiiff hiisineisH
TJIOtf. "NY. If. A 1.. 1. 1 DAY.
JNTKIII'KISR 8AVJN() 1ANKi
Of Cblro, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
M 1 I.I, AND COMMIHNION.
FLOUK. GRAIN AND HAY
IlUrhest Ctuk Price Paid for Wheat.