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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 20. m.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BR0M0 CHLORAIUM, GIRONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street )
Commercial Awrioe f
Manufacturer and Dealer In
f tb. 8 tree i, between Com'l Are. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL, KINDS CP AMUNITION.
area Uejalred. All Kinds ol Kers Made.
AS I. SMITH. IOBIBT1. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL.
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo. ... Illinois.
136 and 138 Commer
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the latest, newmt colors
and quality, aud be.t manufacture.
OAItl'lCr UKPAUTMKN V.
Hodr llrui-1, Ttpcetrlei, Ii.gtams, Oil
C'lolbs, A Jtc.
Wig and Gents' Furnishing
This D parttni'Di occupies s full floor and
la com ylnie In all respects, dona's are
guaranteed ol latest style aud nest ma
terial. Bottom Prlct-H and FlrHt-claH (loodxt
Cairo & St. LouIh Packet.
Tbs iialallal Aut hor Uua steamer
Will usto Cairo every Saturday and Tuesday mn
leg at S o'clock, Hiving Cairo a dally boat lor Hi.
Kur particulars as rales, etc., apply to Caul.
Tuns. W. NUIeldn.Uunural AgeM, or Hoi A.HIlver,
Cat rn Ac New Maulrlrt 1'iuikatt.
The flu paaittugur tud freight steamer
wilt leava Cairo aver Monday, Wadnasday and
PREMISES. We have a large
74 OHIO LEVEE
(.'or. 8th & Wash. Ave.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices lb tnls column, eignt Cents per Hue for
Irstandnva cents Per Una eacu subsequent truer
'.iou. For one wool, SO cents per line. For one
mouth. BO cents per Una
An auction Bale of furniture will tttko
place at the residence of Mrs. 0. 0. Wich
crt, over the cigar sUre and billiard ball on
Washington avenue, to-morrow (Friday)
morning at 0 o'clock. The articles to be
sold comprise one parlor set, one bed room
set, one dining roomset, one warbrobe, pic
tures, carpets, etc., etc. 2t.
A ten room two-story house and a teu
room cottage, on Thirteenth street, near
Commercial avenue. For terms apply to
3t Loch II. Myeks.
Until Saturday eveuing July 28th, bids
will be received by the School Hoard for
raisiugthe colored school building, situated
on Walnut street, between Seventeenth and
Llghteenth streets, three feet above , its
present level, and extending brick founda
tion up to same point. M.J. Howley,
For Sale or Trade.
A first-class property consisting of 3 acres,
garden, etc., a good dwelling-house, a store
house 70 feet deep, 8-story barn, ice house,
corn cribs, smoke-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at Greenfield Landing can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I mean business. Come and sue me.
629tf John Tanner.
Farm hands; wages 15.00 per month.
Apply to H. J. Deal & Son, Charleston,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A tew home shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth Btreet. All
manner of blacksmithing and WHgon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Ice, Wood aud Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 80c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, 14 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Worthy of Pralae.
A a rule wo do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really iB a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicino, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. Wo know whereof we speak,
ami can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay BroB. (0)
William II. lUwson, Chicago, III., says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters completely cured nie
of dyspepsia; I had Buffered for two years."
buckieu'H Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kl.eum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cent pur box. For sale bv Barclay
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
madu to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to cull at Barclay
Bro' drug store, and ict a trial bottle
free of cost, if you aro suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Mroiicliltis, Hay Fever, Loss ol Voice,
IIourseueHS, or any affection of the throat
or lungs, It will positively cure you. (II)
Advice to Mother.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If bo,
end at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing, lu value Is incalculable. It will re
lievo the poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there Is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
dlarrluua, regulates tho stomach and bow
els, cure wiud colic, softens the gums, to
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
entity to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
ow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, ami is the prescrip
tion oi one or the oldest and best female
physician! aud nurses in the United States,
and la for Bale by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Prevent sickness by taking occasionally
ono of Emory'i Littlo Calharlio Pills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolute euro of
UlUousneu. 15 cents. (4)
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERA b LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in tnese columns, ten cents par Una,
lch insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
luted to Toward any mail's business Interest are
always paid for.
Mr. C. C. Mason and family returned
yesterday from Dixon Springs.
Mrs. Doughty and her sister, Miss
Amie Wilson, returned yesterday from
Aldermau Blake and wife left yester
day for St. Louis. Mrs. Blake will go from
there to Alton on a visit.
Charley Henderson started for Dixon
Springs yl-sterday morning. Where Dixon
Springs will start tor we have not been ad
vised. Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
Bale on at the leading saloons. tf
Diver Hiram Hill and his wrecking
boat were summoned by telegraph yes
terday to Huntington, Ky., on tho Ohio
river. It is believed that the wharf-boat
Prof. E. S. Clarko, formerly principal
of tho Cairo schools, but now of Jefferson
City, Mo., is in Paducah on a visit to rela
tives there. He was in this citv a day or
Bank checks mad6 to order, bound in
books, $4.00 per thousand, at The Bulle
tin office. Perforating 25 to 50c, number,
iug $1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio piper. Call and Bee samples of
paper or checks. tf
A large party went to Dixon Spriugs
yesterday morning, among them Charley
Henderson. II. U. Candee is already there
and B C goes up Saturday morn
ing. Our sympathy is with the Springs.
Deputy Sheriff Guy Morse yesterday
took possession of a team of males and
wagon, upon which the owner had failed
to pay the taxes amounting to $12. They
will be sold unless the taxes are paid im
mediately. In addition to tho fine display ofsil
vtr, gold and preciotiB stones1' in the win
dow ot Jno. A. Miller's jewelry Btore, there
are a number of photographs of the beauti
ful scenery 'round about Dixon SpriDgs
that are worth studying. tf
- Street Commissioner Baird has had a
force of meu at work on Sycamore street
for several days, placing it in fine conditio 9
for driving. Sycamore connects with the
county road, hence the importance of keep
ing it in good condition.
little excitement was created yester
day afternoon by a lively little engagement
at fists between two well-known gentlemen,
in the wagon factory of Mr. Jno. Major.
The matter will probably not be carried
into the courts, and thus we will be cheated
out of another item.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Rudd arrived in
this city from Evansville yesterday. Mr.
Rudd is ju.it able to be about and that is
all. They will remain among friends here
for three or four days, or until Mr. Rudd
shall have regained some of his former
vigor, and then return to their Mississippi
There is some anxious expectation
along the river as to the run the steamer
James Lee i9 to make down the
the river from Paducah to-day, for Mem
phis. It is predicted that she will make
extraordinary time and notices have been
sent to all points inviting people to
"look out for her." She will leave Padu
cah at 2 o'clock p. m. to-day.
It is understood that an important
step forward has been taken in the Cairo
Murine hospital matter, which insures a
speedy settlement of the matter of land
tittles in the Springfield courts and a speedy
commencement of work orfthe institution
here. A proposition made to the govern
ment by the Trust Property company is said
to have brought about this favorable turn.
Miss Mamie McFadden, a facinating
and handsome Missouri belle was in the
city yesterday on her way to her home
north of St. Louis from Dixon Springs
where ehe has been spending several
mouths. She was greatly pleased with the
people of Southern Illinois, and takes back
with her pleasing recollections of her visit
to the famous springs, and will be followed
with tho regrets of tho many friends (die
made during her visit,
Bloomiugton Bulletin : "Creal Springs
is a new town in Southern Illinois which
was started nine months ago on the discov
ery of mineral springs in the vicinity. At
that time the first house was begun. There
aro now ono hundred ami eighty buildings,
four hundred permanent inhabitants, and
one hundred and fifty visitors and invalds.
A United Status army aurgeon is about to
build a sanitariam and a ten thousand dol
lar hotel has Leen contracted for."
A stono pavement is wanted by prop
erty owners In Springfield block on Ohio
loveo. Tho plank walk is not in the best
of order, snd even if it were, it would yet
bo very objectionable on various grounds.
Under existing conditions all water during
a rain runs from tho street directly under
tho sidewalk aud stands thero in Hoods, or
runs Into tho basements ot the houses and
tanda there to tho Borious Injury of the
foundations of the houses, A stone walk
with proper curbing and guttering along
the outer edge is what is domatided. The
health of the neighborhood also demands
that tho improvement be made. If tho
jity council were to order tho work done
uuder the special assessment plan the action
would be applauded by nearly all those
In a communication published lso
where "Visitor" complains of some evils
that exist about the Tenth street music
stand, on nights when the band rehearses
there, that deserve some attention. The
band is to play there again to-night, aud
will render a very flue programme that will
surely draw a Urge crowd of citizens if tho
weather is at all favorable. The "bad boy
nuisance" ought to be suppressed as much
as possible for the time being, in order that
the eutertaioment may not be marred and
the public annoyed.
A bridge builder in the employ of the
Wabash road, at work at the trestle in the
company's yardsjust above tho city.fell from
the top of the trestie to the ground, a dis
tance of about fifteen feet, yesterday after
noou about 1 o'clock. He was injured in
the back and had to bo taken down on a
car. He was put up at the Mockler house
aud given necessary medical attention. His
name is H. F. Galliuer, and his home is at
Tunnel Hill where he has a family living.
It turned out toward night that his injuries
wero not as serious as was at first expected.
An officer from Bird's Point took the
man Haly, arrested by Officer McTigue
Tuesday, out of jail here yesterday after
noon aud over to Bird's Point to be tried
for his latest exploit. Haly is evidently a
chronic law-breaker and a tough customer
to handle. The Bird's Point officer wus
afraid of his prisoner and insisted that
Constable Haz. Martin should aceompaiy
him and the prisoner to the ferryboat, tear
ing that the latter would make some des
perate effort to escape. Constable Mar
tin complied with the request and the
prisoner was safely lodged on the ferry
boat. Tho mtch gtmo of bae-ball played
Tuesday afternoon ir this city by a Padu
cah colored nine calling themselves Brown
Stockings, and a Cairo colored nine calling
themselves Red Stockings, resulted in a
sweeping victory for tho Reds, by a majority
of fourteen tallies. The "Browns" wore
not satisfied with the "aalavatin" adminis
tered unto them and another match game
was agreed upon for yesterday, which was
again conceded to have resulted in victory
for the Cairo club. Five inniugs were tun
and four tallies were made'bythe Reds and
three by tho Browns; but a dispute arose as
to the decision of the umpire in the case of
one of thorn and tho game was broken off,
the Brown's conceding tho victory to the
The three rogues who conspired to
burn down several houses in Columbia,
Ky., wero examined in the police court in
that town yesterday and each was sent to
j ul under a bond of $1,000, which neither
was able to give. Johnson .stated that let
ters he left wiih partii-s in Mound City would
corroborate his story tint Smith and Duf
fy ha 1 hired him to set tiro to the buildings.
Marshal Bryant camo to Mound City and
got the letters, and fouu l that Johnson had
told (he truth. The foregoing we obtain
from a dispatch sent by Marshal Bryant to
his father, Dr. Bryant, in this citv yester-
liy. Marshal Bryant hat in this case as in
in others, distinguished himself for shrewd
ness, bravery nd active, Thero is still
considerable excitement In Columbus.
The Paducah council is wrestling with
the question of what best to do about somo
serious wnsh-outs made by tho river in the
front of tho city. So seriom are tho dam
ages done and threatened to bo done, that
the board of trade of that city is about to
petition Secretary Lincoln for federal aid to
repair the damages and prevent the filling
up of the river channel near the city. If tho
News and the people of Paducah will talk
Mhl nice to us, wo and the board ot trade of
tiiis city will join in a petition to the Secre
t (it y to aid in preventing the filling of tho
river's channel by huge Blices of Paducah,
to tho serious injury ot our up-river com
merce. And wo will take it for granted,
of course, that Paducah is actuated by no
selfish motives in the matter, hut purely by
a lesire to save the channel ami commerce.
Some days ago Mr. Gcorgo G. Wichert
eft tl o city for parts unknown, Rtid so far
m the general public knows, his where
abouts is still a mystery. The cause of his
sudden departure is not known and Mrs.
Wichert is reticeut upon tho subject. He
had established a nice busines and, to all
appearances, was doing well. Business
troubles aro believed therefore not to bo tho
cause of his Budden and mysterious depart
ure. The business is now divided up he
twoen Mr. Bode, until now employed iu the
cigar manufacturing department, and Mr.
McAndros", step father of Mrs. Wichert.
The former has tho cigar and tobacco stand,
and tfll latter, the billiard hall. A will
appear fioin a notice in special local col
unni Mrs. Wichert will to-morrow sell her
household goods out at auctiou, intending
to take up her residence with her parents.
Mr. Wichert is believed to havo gono to
.-A talented Detroit astronomer has been
guuuing for sun spots, ami reports that lie
ban found a big ono. It Btiddenly appear
od on tho western limb of tho sun on the
10, amid a great commotion of superheated
l; asses that shot out fiery streams in every
direction. If that pot had shown up about
kix weeks ago it might havo stirred up
some very lively tornadoes and other mote
orological turbulence. But as the tornado
season is now closed, the sun spot has been
doing its worst to convert the earth iuto a
sort of improved, sulf-aotion hake oven. Its
success In some places has beea complete.
Thore is no telling what is going to happen
to-morrow, whon, by the sun's revolution
ou its axis, the spot will come plumb in the
center of tho solar disk. Possibly there
will not bo any earthquakes or volcanoes
breaking loose in tho immediate) neighbor
hood of Cairo but those who listeu
very carefully may hear something drop.
"I sit by my window looking out iuto tho
sunny fluids iu a dreamy way, hardly know
ing or caring whether I am awako or
asleep. A butterfly skims over the grass,
his snow white wings looking like tho sails
of a fairy craft riding over the waves of a
My little nephew calls mo into tho lawn,
where ho shows mo a nest iu tho silver
maple that spreads its branches over my
up stairs window. Tho nest belongs to
two tiny yellow birds. Ross Tuohnk."
My Dear Mr. Bulletin:
A friend at my elbow, after perusing the
above most exquisite yem (I) clipped from
the Argus a few evenings since, suggests
tho propriety of dislocating tho tiny yellow
birds, and boosting Miss Rose into the nest,
Covering ber with a few carloads of silver
maple brauches, (being careful to cull those
having the most silver) and fiually giving
her an overdose of broiled butterfly! skim
ming over tho grass, (cut bias and garneah-
ed with young onions.) A dousing amid
the limped waters of tho miniature lake,
about whic'i she discourses so sweetly,
would probably enhance the interest of the
occasion. The little nephew might be dis
posed of in like manner, should circum
Should this rather heroic treatment fail
to exterminate Miss Rose's bad attack of
idiotic iuu-e, the readers of the Argus better
hire a hall, and engage the sweet singer of
Michigan to plead their cause.
A JUS T COMPLAINT.
Ku. liulietin :
Although it has bouu almost awiek
since Prof. Storet s band "concerted at
Tenth street stand, I take the liberty of
saying a lew word aiiout the stan I and
surroundings, as they were la-it Thura-
lay night.sud more especially do I want to
say my say, from the fact, I hear they i,re
going to concert again next IhursJay
night. I hope they will play Thursday
night fir I am extremely fond of mu.ic
aud could listened to it all night long, and
these "blowers" make very good music.
First of all I must mention the stand. It
is fully good enough for tho location, bdt
I have seen band stands more tastily paint
ed and with more room for tho playtrs.
However, I hear there is to bo a new one
built at the park, in which case this one
will do for down town.
As every ono knows the dust is about
four inches deep aroutid the slsiid. This
dust is stirred up by boys on the stroi't to
such an extent, that the baud and stand ate
almost entirely invisible at tunes to us out
siders. In addition to this, tho Imjb often
make bo much uoisu that at times wei ao
scarcely hear the music, especially the
piano parts. The dust and noise together
must annoy the band membi-rs terribly.
Why can these aunoyances not he stopped!
If the parents of the children cinoot do
anything with tin in, enn the police not
take charge ot them? I am afraid we will
lose our down-town concerts if bolter order
is not maintained an I tho dust kept down,
for I heard two or three of the band mem
bers say that they would not play after
next Thursday evening if something was
not done to keep order.
Please insert this in your paper, perhaps
some one may offer suggestions.
Enterprising local agents wanted in this
towu for an article that is sure to sell, live
druggists and grocers preferred. Address
Huinistou Food Preservative Co., 73 Kilby
POSTAL DELIVERY FOR CAIRO.
Tho petitions circulated among our citi
zens some time ago, at the instance of
Postmaster Murphy, asking the Postmaster
General at Washington to establish a sys
tem of postal-boxes in this city, promise
soon to bring fruit. The petitions were
numerously signed by prominent citizens
aud business meu of thocity and were given
over to Congressman Thomas who went to
Washington and laid them buloro the
postofiice department, together with other
matters bearing upon tho subject and go
ing to show that Cairo is entitled to what
she prays for. A special dispatch from
Washington to tho Chicago Times of late
date says: "Ono of tho errands that
brought Congressman Thomas, of Illinois,
hero was to secure tho freo distribution of
letters for Cairo. In this lie has only been
partially successful. Tho revenues of tho
Cairo ofllco aro a few hundred dollars short
of tho minimum amount that untitles tho
office to a carrier service, and tho postofiice
department authorities did not foel author
ized to make an exception in this case. But
Mr. Thomas has socurod a promise that
Cairo shall have letter-boxes and a froo
Captain Thomas is a man of considera
ble lnfluonco at tho national capitol, there
fore, his presentation of the matter will
meet with duo attention from the depart
ment. He Is a member of the committee
on naval affairs and is said tube tho hardest
working and host posted member of the
.committee. As a natural consequence his
views with reference to matters with which
this committee has to dual are given coa
siderablo weight, as is apparent from the
followiug loogthy iutervlew between him
aud tho Times special correspondent at
Washington, also published in thoTiuioa:
"Mr. Thomas was a member of the naval
committee last winter. Ho was asked if be
thought tho fact of John Roach's getting
the contract for the four now vessels was to
be regretted, and ho replied very earnestly
in the negative. Ho had a high opinion of
Roach's capacity as a builder of ships and
engines. Tho Puritan, he said, with the
armor and armament designed for her,
would he tho most formidable vessel of her
clasi afloat, aud he regarded bur in her
present condition as an ample vindication
of tho workmanship of Mr. Roach's yard.
"The fact that tho new vessels are to be
built of steel instead of iron is due to Mr.
Thomas more than to any other one mem
ber of tho committee, and therefore hnukxi
especial satisfaction in the fact that the con-
tracts for steel ships havo b.a l. t at such
reasonable figures. IUch and several
other ship-builders told tho committee that
steel could bo made as cheaply as iron, and
the bidding in this case has justified that
tc'timony. Mr. Thomas renilled the tact
that the initiative of tin steel-cruiser move
ment was due the naval advisory board
which preceded the present That ono was
presided over by the last Admiral John
Rodgers. That board made careful eati
mates of tho cost of the ptopused vessels.
The present board laughed at those esti
mates as absurdly low, aud revised them
upward liberally. Now the contracts have
been i.-t at subotaotially the figures esti
mated by the R fci.rs board. Mr. Thomas
says that there was a steel nug organized
with a view to forcing up the price of the
material t be used in tho new ships, but
John Roach broke up the ring. R,)acu
bought Hvo thousan I tons of steel a little
while before the letting of the contracts at
5 cents a pound, the price at which he said
last winter steel could be procured. Tbe
other bidders had not provided themselves
with steel, aud bused their bi Is ou steel at
trom m to cents. Mr. Thomas was not
aware that the advisory board had modified
thir steel tests, and was disposed some
what to r.grct it, bulieving that it was
wholly unnecessary to yield in this way to
the demands ol the sel men, but he was
satisfied, nevertheless, that the tests were
severe enough to secure the use of only tx
Cfllent material. The pride of Mr. Thom
as cs an Illinois man is much tickled at the
naming of the largest of the lour ships af
ter the metropolis of his stato and of the
northwest, which he holds to be the finest
city in tho Unite.! States, and therefore in
the world. He goes to Now York on pri
vate busiuess to-night."
Tho public generally will probably not
agree with Mr. Thomas, in the opinion that
the fact that Jno. Roach secured the con
tract lor building the new vessels is not to
Iu regretted. Iu view of the bold, gigantic
frauds perpetrated upon the government in
a similar matter by the Roach-Robeson
fcyudicatc, there is ample reason to regret
that the same syndicate has the government
again by tho throat. But probably Mr.
Thomas takes a philosophies! view of this
matter and the people may as well, for pres
ent at least, follow his good example.
A little miss out at Lansing,
While skipping a rope and dancing.
Was thrown on her side,
And would have died
St. Jacobs nil sent the pain prancing.
PROPOSED EXTENTION OF THE
The movement to raise one thousand
dollars among our citizens, to pay for ex
tending the county road from the bridge
to the hills, is going on with with a fair
prospect of being consummated. Mr. Sol.
Silver has the subscription paper ia hand
and has secured signatures for $200 so far,
distributed as follows:
Halli day Bros., $100; S. S. Taylor, $100;
C. W. Wheeler, $25; Ooldstiuo & Rosen
water, $.'0; Daniel Hartman, $10.
Tuia is one-fourth the amount necessary,
from five business linns; the remainder
ouirht to be secured in a day's round among
our business men. The road is to be grad
ed and graveled, from the iron bridge to a
point opposite Beech Grove and about half
a mile from there, where it will connect
with the cemetery road aud other roads in
Pulaski couuty. Tho cost of this work
will greatly exceed the amount asked for
it: but Mr. Dougherty has alieady made a
c infract wilhthe county board, for graveling
the county road from tho bridge down to
Cairo by November 1st, and he will find it
a Ivantiigeous to grade and gravel tho pro
posed exteution first, henco his favorable
Tho graveling of the county road
from Cairo to tho bridge and tho cx-
tentlon of this road as proposed by Mr.
Dougherty, would give Cairo direct aud
continuous connection with the richest
farming country in Pulaski county, and the
advantages of such connection aro too
palpable to need enumeration. It would
also inako a splendid drive. Tho merchant!
and citizens of Cairo should bear iu mind
that Oiiro would bo tin principal if not tho
only gainers by tho proposed Imprevomont
and should respond readily when called
upon by Mr. Silver.
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Dobility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fcvtirs,tho "Forro-Phosporated Elixir of
Ciilisava," modo by Caswell, Hazard & Cc.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, Is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sicknoss, it has no equal. (1)