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Q.EOKGE HARRISON LE.CII, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Hpcclal attention paid to Dm Homeopathic treat
ment of snrglcal diseases, und diseases uf women
OKKICK On 14lb street, opprsito the Post
office, Cairo. III.
J)R. J.K. STUONO,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OR, ELKCTUO-VAPOR and MBDICATKD
J I AT II H
A lady In attendance.
JjK. K. W. WUITLOUK.,
Urnti No. 136 Commercial Avenue, bit wees
tf t't'i arid Nli.th Street
rjMIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General IJankiiit; I.usincsif
Tiros v. iiAi.iaiJAV
NTEUriUSE SAVINO BANK
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS KAK.
TIIOS. "W. IIAL.1,1 DAY,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street
F. BROSS. President.
P. 'Sf.Vf. VlcxPw'nt
T. J- Kerih, As't cinn
V. BrrM Cs'ro I William Kl;if,e .Ceiri
I'curN!f ..... " ! tVllltiim Wolf.... "
C, M Ojterloh " I C. ') 1'atier "
K.A.Badcr " I H. Weil
J. Y. Clcmsou, Caleduula..
a ueseka:. i;ankin; :iiis:-j.-3 Dusu.
Exchange ro'.d and bouzM. Interest pild ti
the Ssvuigs DepartmuM. Cnllccioi.s made nn'
II business promptly attended to.
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The Regular Cairo A I'adneah Daily
r2 GUS FOWLKR.
HENRY H. TAYLOR, Master.
UEORUE JOliEa, Clerk.
leaves Pdacali (r C ilro daily (Sunday except
ed' at 8 a. in , and M uind Cltv at 1 p. m. Retnrt
tiiK, loavea Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mound C'ttv at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Faducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For I'adneah, Smithland. l)ycri'mrg, Kddyvlllc.
Canton, I'ovur, t'larkmllle and Niwliville,
sa J!. S. RHEA.
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Leavee vvory Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
S2u W. H. CHERRY.
VM. STR 'NO
t. aw. ..orv Ff Hav morn Inirat 10 o'clock, mak
lngcloe connections at Nashville with tno L. &
H. K. R. and N.AC K. K. for all points (outh,
with the Upper Cumb rland Packet -'o., for all
points for the I'ppor Cumberland. For freight or
nansHee. eoulv on board or to W. P. Lamhdin,
Manotacturor and Dealer In '
Hlh Streoi, between Com'l Ave. u Levee.
CIIOKK BORINQ A srECIALTV
ALL RINDS OF AMUNIHON.
Safes Repaired. All Kinds ol Keys Made.
0. W. HENDERSON,
No. 1!H Commercial Ave.,
Sole Ag;eiit fi tin; ('elebrated
Manufactnrcr and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Hulldrra' Hardware and Carpenters' Toole, Tah'e
anitfocket Cutlery, bent In the rnarkel. Hotfert
llron.' (Mated Knlv-, Forks aim SiitMin, rramte
Irou Ware. Keriln Karthenware. Wluli- Monutain
Kreecern, Water Coolers, RuWeratorH, Clothes
Wrlnifem, Crown Kluter-. St 'p Ladders, Garden
Implements, (iolden hliirOil Stoves- bet in the
world, Lumps of everv descrl: tlon. lain Oil,
Carpet Sweepers, F'ather Dusters, brooms, Win
dow Screen A ire Cloth, Pull supply ol Fishing
The alxne t rork bottom jirice'.
Corner ljth and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Successor to Cha-i. T. Xewlaud and
II. T. Gerould)
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter
Ave, bet. Tenth
venth Sts ,
ILL. Drive Well Force and Lift Pumps furnished and
nut Lp. A,'eiit for tho Celubraleil
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
the bet pump ever invented. New Gas Fixtures
furnished to order. O.d fixtures repaired and
lr-Jobbing promjitly attended to. 319 tf
Patrick T. McAlpine.
tlii St., bet. Ohio Levee
Repairiu? neatly done at short notice.
W. 8TRATTON. Cairo.
T. BIUU, Missouri
STRATTON & BIRD,
S'j. W Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'J.
If Aati American Powder Co.
-ALL 10 AY BROTHERS.
KLOVR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
ibont Cash Prioe Paid tor Wheat
In the blood is apt to show ltelf in the Spring,
and nature should by Ml metns be assis ed lu
throwing it off. Swift's Speciiic doe this eifective
ly. It is a purely vegetable, nou poUonons rem
edy, which helps nature to force all the poison or
taint ont through the pores of the skin.
Mr. Robert A. Easley, of Dlckon, Tenn.. writes
under date of March 10, 1KM: "I hail chlils and
fever, followed bv rheumatism, for three years, so
that 1 was not able to attend to my business; had
trod almost every kind of medicine, and f'lind
no relief A friend recommended Swift's Specific.
1 tried one bottle and my health bei;an to Improve.
I continued u: til I had taken six bottli s. and It
hai set me on my feet, ts sound and as well as
ever. I recommend it to ail similarly afflicted."
Letters from twenty-three (21) of tho leadine re
tall druiuists of Atlanta say, uu er date Miirch 24.
ism: "ve sen more of swiiti specific than anv
oiber one remedy, and three to ten times as much
as any other Dlood medicine. Wo sell It to all
clns es, and many of the best families use It as a
general health tonic."
I am suro that Swift's Specific saved my life. I
was terribly poisoned with uia'aria, and was given
uptodio. Swift's Specific relieved me promptly
and entirely, 1 think It the greatest remedy of
C. G. SPENCER,
Sup't (!as Works, Home, Ga.
I have known and used Swift's Specific for moro
than twenty years, and have seen moro wonderful
results from us nee than from any rem dy In or
out of tbe Pharmacopieia. It is a certain and sure
autldote to all sorts of Hlood Poison.
J. DICKSON SMITH. M. D.
Our Treatls.1 on Blood aud Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawct 3, Atlanta, Oa,
N. V. Oltlce, 159 W. 03d St., bet. .th A 7th Av.
UK. II. II. KANK, of th Iktllnrof
llomw, now offer Riiiflr wh nthr
njf on f in urw Mmttir qutrkh and pRlnlpanly, Pr lntltni
DUti nod viidiirwniMilifrimi rminnnt iTiKttrl nisjn,Ar..kritruf
& U khmt A.M.I M l),, 1UU iUia UU, Urn Urk lUj. t
Tho Daily Bulletin.
-Burton Heems t) bo deternuduJ to
thrust upon us honor which we do not do
serve Mid to winch wo have never aspired.
Ho jperHiats in charging Tun Bulletin
witli beiiiR an organ or a faction in the
Republican party of this county. It is
about time this sort of nonsense were
squelched, to quote tho Free Press of Sat
urday. -Hon. F, E. Albright wss in the city
again Sunday. He seemB to have already
begun the campaign, for he is getting
around quite lively and'notwithout making
it count either. Pone County Democrats
have instructed their delegates for him for
Congrebs and for Samuel J. Tilden for
President. Massac County Democrats
meet in County Convention Saturday and
Mr. Albright will certainly be on band to
see that it does not remain in eutire igno
rance uf him and his aspirations.
The City Council will meet to-night in
first regular session this month. Perhaps
the Mayor will nominate the police force
and perhaps he will not. Besides the
Mayor there is probably no one in the city
who knows just exactly what the new slate
will be, and there hasn't been near as much
interest manifested in it as there was last
year. Hie Mayor is a cityscniei execu
tive and is commonly held responsible for
any defects in the municipal police regula
tions; therefore it seems but right, that he
should be unrestrained in the choice of his
assistants. Mayor Halliday doubtless
knows as well as anyene what sort of men
he wants, and he may be relied upon to
select only good men.
Some fiend placed a rail across the
Illinois Central track about a mile from a
little station called Duck Hill, in Missis
sippi Monday night, and the up-bound pas
senger train was thrown from a trestle and
wrecked. The engineer, Henry White,
was so badly 6calded that he died almost
immediately; a tramp who was stealing a
rid had both legs cut off above the knees
and three or four passengers were more or
le mjured. Three coaches were wrecked.
It was almost the Bame place a wreck oc
curred just about a month before which was
also tbe act ot some devil in human form
who probably seeks to "get even with the
road'' in some way for some fancied wrong.
No clue to th6 perpetrators was discover
ed. The predictions of future weather left
by the late Prof. Tice, have been so near
ly followed by the aerial powers during
the last month that we feel no inclination
to apologise for giving his predictions for
the present month, as follows: 1st to 3d,
clear or fair; 4th to 7th, generally threaten
ing, with heavy storms about 7th ; 8th and
9th, clear or fair and chilly; 10th to 13th,
clouding and threatening, with storms
about 13th; 14th and 15tli, clear or fair;
15th to 18th, clouding and heavy rains;
10th and 20th, clear or fair; 2lst to 24th,
threatening weather, with storms; 25th and
2o'th, clear or fair; 27th to 30th, clouding,
threatening weather, with very heavy storms
about 28th; 31st, fair. The warmer spells
will be about 6th, 12th, 17th, 23d and 23tb.
The cooler spells will be about 1st, 8th,
14tb, lllth, 23th, and 31st. Earthquakes
cau-ej will exist on 5'.b. 10th. 15th. 2'Jd
The Pulaski Patriot is mistaken w hen
it saya that "The Bulletin man has
changed front on the high license question
since last year." The Bclletin was not
at any time opposed to the high license,
but it did oppose and denounce the so-
called Harper bill, because of its 130 beer
attachment made to it by tho Republican
machine in secret caucus assembled, to
capture the German vote of the State in the
then approaching election; and it combat
ted tho efforts of our Prohibition friends to
repeal the local option laws and substitute
for them laws which had been proven
worse than worthless during many yeitrs of
trial in various parts of the country. The
Harper bill, so-called, as a whole, is as ob
jectionable now as it ever was, for its high
license feature is annulled by its low license
feature in communities where it is permit
ted to stand unabridged by tho local au
thorities. But in this city the low license
op" has been lopped off by the City
Council and only its high license feature
is permitted to stand. The result is, that
tho number of saloons is reduced by one
third, to tho advantage of tho community
and the remaining saloon-keepers, and, at
tho samo time, the revenue of the city is
moro than doubled. For theso benefits wo
pre indebted to our City Council, not to tho
Harper bill, so-called, which, given full
sway, would, in its low license feature, have
afforded asheltor to those who could not pay
the $300 rate, offered a premium to dis
honesty that would havo been taken advan
tage of by men of liberal views about legal
restrictions, and created a system of espion
age among tho saloon-keepers themselves
that would have caused no end of trouble
aud disturbance. The Harper, law as a
whole is still an abomination, und only
those who, like our City Council, havo tho
good judgment and courago to discard tho
evil features of it, will derive any benefit
from the good It contains.
Nothing: Like It.
Mr. J. B. Flynn, 870 Sixth Avenue, New
York, was cured, he says, of rheumatism of
long standing by the use of St. Jacobs Oil,
the great pain cure. For scalds, bruises,
cuts, etc., be thinks it has no equal.
TUESDAY MORNING MAY
Tho TiikJo in ModoHi Antiquities
Ono of tho chief delights of Conti
nental travel, u-t every person of ex
perieuco will admit, is tho unlimited
oport unities it :iil'rds for buying an
tiquities. 'Jin! Ktuiunry. tlm coins, und
the pictures that may be purelmsed in
Italy nre a source of never failing in
terest to Knjrlisli traveler and of never
failing prolit to Italian dealers. An
dalusia, again, is a lnioe curiosity
shop. Being unco upon a ti mi) in
Scviilc, we eutne across a retired Brit
ish grocer or tailor, or something of
that kind, who had just purchased a
Madonna and Child unhappily, un
signed -which he had picked up for a
few pounds in a dingy hack street. Ho
was going to send it "to the Exhibition
of Old Masters, und, if ho ever did so,
lie probably found that it was worth
only a pound or thirty shilling ut tho
outside. It is tho same, indeed,
throughout Spain. Tho altar cloths,
the broken fans, the inlaid tables ami
cabinets, as resplendent asauvthing in
the convent of the Cartullo at Oranadfl.
the wonderful chairs, and tho still
inoro extraordinary scraps of ancient
lace, upon which all who have ever
traveled in Spain havo ' spent much
money those abound from Malaga to
Ii'iin, and uaturally one is inclined to
speculate a little on the odd circum
stance that the supply is moro abun
dant than ever, although tho demand
is fairly brisk. Tstngiers is, wo should
say, a hot-bed of modern antiquities,
and even Mr. Chamberlain bought
some of them when he was over there
n year or so ago. Ho ought to have
known something about this class of
goods, being a Birmingham man, but
the childlike faith of the President of
the Board of Trade in all things an
cient is notorious. America, "oddly
enough, has taken to this business of
manufacturing the antique Dutch cabi
nets that, with bronze panels, dingy
nniLmarked with the cracks of ticti
tious centuries, are turned out every
day from Chicago furniture stores, and
for some purposes they aro quito as
useful as if they had indeed belonged
to some departed burgher in tho dead
cities of the Zuyder-Zee. New York
experts in this sort of forgery mako a
specialty of Queen Anne chairs and
tables, ami the imitation is so perfect
as to deceive all but those who havo
studied such things minutely in Eu
rope. The explorer of furniture stores
mav come upon magniliceut specimens
of English Gothic chamber pieces or
aucieut-looking Chippendalo and Sher
aton chairs, which might have belong
ed to IJucen Elizabeth but for tho fact
that they did not. It must be puzzling
at lirt to discover in New York shops
stamped leather chairs of the time of
Louis Treize, plentifully ornamented
with brass nails, whose heads aro fully
an inch in diameter, and tho citizens
of that enterprising city aro invited to
become tho happy possessors of as
many of these treasures as they like,
on ridiculously low terms. If, how
ever, the explorer is inquisitive, and
the furniture venders aro in a tolerably
candid mood, the visitor may be con
ducted into some back yard where
these gems of high art are produced.
A Queen Aune's chair just niado can,
for instance, bo supplied witu worm
holes by tho simple process of tilting it
bottom sido up and firing a charge of
pigeon shot into tho bottom and front
of the seat. Old armor, too, is a good
line in this business, tho drawings re
quired for the purpose being made
from the collection in tho Grand Opera
House, in Paris. It is said that Bir
mingham knows something about this
branch of the trade, and that helmets,
shields, casques, breast-plates, and
complete suits of mail aro regularly
manufactured for the gratification of
oil speculators and" retired pill manu
facturers. If a man starts a lot of an
cestors, he likes to havo dummies of
them in his hall, rigged in their medi
aeval ironmongery. If Birmingham
did not gratify him, Germany would.
It is astonishing how many tons of
antiquities are annually fold along tho
Rhine, and i; i- even asserted that in
Castle Coib: a hero JL.rtin Luther
threw bis in.. 1 at the devil and
unhappily, missed him tiio original
splash was cut up and sold long ago;
but that as tho timber is massive, tho
place is carefully reinked every night
for tho purposes of saie next day. We
cannot say how much truth or false
hood there may be in this particular
story. There might havo been some
excitement in seeing the original tran
saction if both tho distinguished parties
to it wero present. There can bo none
in gazing on a patch of ink. Tho trade
in modern antiquities, however, is a
curious reality, as real as the sale of
old clothes or tombstones. It is a fact
calculated to weaken one's faith in life.
The British Trwlc J.urual.
A vigorous effort is being made, un
der auspices of tho British government,
to develop the Burmese tobacco indus
try. At one lime it was prosperous,
and B.irmeso cheroots found a ready
sale all over India. But tho natives
grew careless, and tho quality fell off
so greatly that nearly all tho tobacco
now used in tho manufacture of Bur
mese cheroots is imported from Mad
ras and B ngal. Tho Calcutta Eng
lishman shows that the keen trad
ing instinct of tho Burnieso is sensible
of the loss consequent upon this state
of things. A short timo ago an experi
mental tobacco farm was established
as a school where tho natives might
learn bow to produce the best quali
ties, and so readily did they turn tho
opportunity to account that some CuO
landholders have already embarked iu
tho business. They wero greatly en
couraged to do so by making the dis
covery that land which gives only very
poor crops of rice is the very best for
tobacco. Another experimental farm
is now established on Maubiu Island,
and there, too, the native farmers aro
proving themselves apt students, while
atPaletwa, in Araknti, an Englishman
from Coeonada lias established a most
promi.-iiig plantation. Samples of tho
produce of tho various localities havo
been forwarded to both London and
Paris, for ihe judgments of experts,
ami, should the opinion bo favorable,
tobacco cultivation will probably again
become a leading Burmese industry.
Too peoplo themselves consume an
immense quantity, being inveterate
smokers, and thus demand aud supply
Would bo on tho spot together.
The Evils of Hallway Pool
Leading railway men nre beginning
to discuss whether the present system
of pooling earnings is either politin or
profitable. Indications aro cropping
out in many quarters that the men who
control tho great trunk lines are grow
ing more and moro restive under tho
restraints of tho system, and to doubt
seriously whether it iiays in tho long
run to enter into pool arrangements.
Tho pool is a costly method of adjust
ing trallie differences and maintaining
traffic equilibrium, and its burdens
fall moro heavily on tho great lines
than any good it results in can com
pensate. It is, moreover, a vexatious
svstem, complex in its details, expen
sive in execution, and to all but tho
weakest of tho lines sharing its sup
posed benefits, unsatisfactory in its re
Tho" Pennsylvania Company is be
lieved to bo at tho bottom of a reported
sciiemo to break up tho system, so far
as tho Eastern lines aro concerned.
President Roberts, of that company, is
open in his hostility to tho system, and
not averse to any measures that will
wipe it out of existence. He believes
it is expensive, unsatisfactory, and its
only good is to bolster up weak com
peting lines at tho expense of the older
companies, and also of tho public. Ho
sees no reason why tho great trunk
lines should devote a portion of their
receipts to eko out tho incomes of the
weaker ones, or why tho pubiie should
be taxed to maintain rates high enough
to accomplish it. To the end that tho
inain lines may bring rates low enough
within tho pool to discourage a further
cut outsido of it.onco tho pool is broken
tho Pennsylvania peoplo have, it is be
lieved, brought about tho recent re
duction in east boand freights. Oneo
the pool accepts tho rate, the next step
may bo to withdraw tho Pennsylvania
from the pool, and then let tho "survi
val of tho fittest" doctrine bo applied
with all its force. That tho leading
companies aro tired of tho vexatious
system there can bo no doubt, nnd
now that tho timo has come when so
many of tho weak sisters of the pool
aro tottering on the verge of bank
ruptcy, and incapable of maintaining a
war of rates, it is regarded as a litting
season to rid the trunk lines of tho pool
abomination. To tho public tho aboli
tion of tho system would be a boon, if
for no other reason than that it would
relievo the newspaper reading pubiie
of its daily doso of pool squabblings,
rato cuttings, and general railway de
moralization that now fills the press.
Tho pool system is not, and never can
bo for tho benefit of the public. As
soon as tho Western pool was broken,
and a single road left free to conduct
its business in its own way, tho west
ern peoplo got a fast mail. Under
similar conditions other sections would
get it. Pools result in high rates, in
tho giving of unearned money to rival
roads which comes out of the pubiie,
and, viewed from every standpoint, tho
system is against pubiie policy, and
detrimental to good. The sooner tho
great lines break it up tho better.
In His liair.
1 sit down in my pleasant den this
morning in a cheerful frame of mind,
with a heart as light as cork. It is a
pleasant den, this lonely lair of mine.
It makes a visitor think of a night
mare. It is decorated after my own
designs. Whenever I found anything
too big to crowd into a drawer or
pigeon hole I nailed it on the wall.
Tho door is my photograph album,
whereon aro tacked tho counterfeit
presentments of all my friends who
havo sent in their miniatures. What
ever the other members of tho family
absolutely refused to allow in any
other room I havo nailed up on tho
walls of my lair. I am no niggard
with nails. When I nail a small steel
engraving, tififratued. to the wall, the
easiest way to get that picture down is
to pull tho wall away from it. Tho
lair looks like a household scrap book.
And 1 think, that is why 1 like it. Bub
B unlet e.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the pauire ar this
port at 0 p. m. 3G feet 2 mcIieS and fall
ing. Chattanooga.JMay 5. River 8 feet 11
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, May 5. River 19 feet 2
Louisville, May 5. River 8 feet 10
inches and rising.
Nashville, May 5. River 11 ft 2 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, May 5. River 2 feet 10 in
ches and falling.
St Louis, May 5. River 23 ft 7 inch
es and rising.
,'OTICE TO O NTRACTOHS.
Orricg ok Citt Clihk. I
Cmo, III., April itst, lHSt. f
Sealed proposals will be received at thisetHcB
up to the meeting of tho City Council May 6th,
lss-1. for furnishiuir lumber, removing garbage and
publishing council proceeding, notices, ordi
nances. &c, as n quired by tho ordlrancesof the
citv. Council reserved tbe right to reject any aud
all bids. For mil particular apply to
M-Jt D.J. FOLKY, City Clerk
The Democratic voters of Alexander County are
hereby called to meet In their respective precincts
at ihe usual place of voting. In the Citv of Cairo,
on Frlda evening, May 10, 18.M, at S o'clock, and
In the county precincts, on Sa'iirday afternoon.
May 17. Ittsl, ar.' o'clock, fo se'ect delegates to a
County Convention to be held at the Court llniHe
In tho City of Cairo, on Monday afternoon. May III,
loft, at S o'clock, lor the purpose of alerting seven
delegates to the State Convention to be held In
l'eoiia July 3, 1SHI, seven delegates to the Con
gressional Convention lo be held in Cairo June 11,
ltW; three delegates to the Appellate (nvcnllon
to be held in Ceutralla Mny 21, and - delegates
to tho Senatorial Convention. And alto to ap
point a new Countv Central Committee.
Tho several precincts are entitled te the follow
In lumber of delegates, viz:
First Cairo S Second Cairo 10
Third Cairo f,(nr" (-'lro 1
Fiftl Cairo S I nlfy....
Clear Creek J Sandusky.... t
HC0 4 Kast C. dlrardeau 1
TheheV.. ' ? fi!ltll..K!V ?
(loose Island H kc Milligsn 1
Beech Ridge 1 Total, 53 delo,:ates.
DcmncraiB In cveiy precinct are urucd to attend
tho Primaries, and have a voice In the selection of
good men to r preset. t themin the County Con
vjntion. Let us organise and mnke a grand united itlort
this year, as our fellow Democrats are doing
throughout tbe Hate, and victory will ho ours.
Tne Chalriran and Secretary of each precinct meet
ing will furnish delegate proper credentials.
By order ot the Democratic Co. C'en. t.'om.
TU08. W. HUIKLD3, Chairman
B. F. Blaki, Secretary.
t or the Cure of Coughs, Colds,!
Hoarseness, Eronchitis.Croup, InfluH
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-'
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief ofcons'umntivc persons in advann
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale I
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
I''sut U acts on the I.IVER, ROWELS and
KIDNKYS at tho sama time.
Because it oleanscs tho system of the poison
ous humors that develops In Kidney aud Uri
nary Diseases, BUiousaoaa, Jaundice, Constlp.
tlon, Pilon, or la Bueumausm, Neuralgia, Ner
vous Disorders and all Female Complaints.
UT8UUD PROOF OF Till.
TV WILL 8UH ELY CURB
By causing FEES ACTION of all the organs
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disease.
TH0U8ANO8 OF CA8C8
of the worst forma ot these terrible diseases
have been quiokfy relieved, and In short tuna
I'llll K, $1. 1.11)1 II) OH PUT, SOLD III DErCGLSTS.
Dry can be so at by mall.
WELLS, BJ0TIAHD6O1I & Co., Burlington. Xi.
3 Stud tump Un Diary AIidauk fur ItM.
Eogenenitioii for Enfeebled Systems,
Suffering from a general want of tone, and Its
usual concomitants, dyspepsia sod nervousness,
Is seldom UeriVHble from the nse of a nourishing
diet and stiliniill of appetite, unaided. A medi
cine that w ill eilect a removal of the specific obsta
cle to renewed health and vlor. that Is a genuine
el' rtrtiv, la thi, m.) iiaaH If ta tlm nr..u.uli.n
of this grand requirement w hich makes Ilostotter's
sinmacii nut rs so eueciive as an lnvigorant.
For rale by all dru.glsts and dealers generally.
O II A D Q I CrieMpmiiu, Wrenches, Uheu.
O n 1 matlsin, Me iiraltfa. Sciatica,
Irieurisy rams, Hutch In uia
Side, llackache, Swollen Joints,
Heart Disease, Sore Muscles,
Tain In the Chest, and all pains and aches either local or
(lcciHimted are insi antly relieved and speedily cured by
tho well-known Hup Piaster. Compounded, as It is, of
the medicinal virtues of fresh Hops, Uams, Balsams and
Extracts, it 1 Indeed fhe bttt uUii-lcilltnfr, stiniulatliur.
soothing and strcnRthcnlntr Porous riaster ever made.
IIp Vliutert aro sold byaU drub'gt-rtsandsountry stores.
x. . cents or nre lor si.uu. a .
Mailed on receipt of HIIIJ
r,..i.. P?...''., I SF
l'roprlctoin and Jlnnu
tacturerx, Ronton, Mas.
) l irOotticd tiutii'ic, luiii Itreutli, sour stomach and liver
rill, weciircil bv Ifmrli-v's Shmmeh nil Mver Pills. Blot
It I a harmless vegetable syrup, very delicious to
the tate. lielieves at ouce and Is a positive cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
are cured by this excellent remedy.
Diiectio'ia in ten lungiuii acaimpany furry tvttit.
ALL niSF.ASES OF T1IF. TILOOP, STOMlCIf,
Liver, llowel and Klclnevs; fur nil diwuses oriiiin
allnu in iiniuiriuentof the Mood, as Ans nila, Sick
lleailiiche, Ncrvniiini'HN, Female WV:ilim',es, Liver
Complaint, livMnla, Jauiiiliee, Biliousness and
Ki'lnev Hiscascs. tins inrilii iue is alwolulely sure.
This medicine 'lees le t cunnilii any mineral, is ab
solutely vet', tnlile, re-tores Hie Mood to a healthy
condition, riimhillnir finesses aud supplying de
ficiencies, ami prevents disease.
IXnctions in ten tanjuagtt iKTOmpuny eeery tottlt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
FOit SALE BY ALL DHUQQIST3.
For Sale bv
PAUL O. SCHUH,
Special A tits, in this citv.
Pfir t7 '."""V"1" "' or J.mm. MllliT, m-n.
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an infalHblt curs (or J'llna.
Price 1, at drurgists. or
sent prepaid by null. Maniple
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bimilmnUin, Until.' emu r.-iry, t he ailverl irs am
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