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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE;16, 1871.
To Debilitated Person". I
To Dyspeptics l To Bullerer from Liver Com
plaint! To those having no AppHitel
To those wy I' I'nikcii ion
To Nervous People I To ChlldM n Waning Attny I
Tonnywllh Debilitated ingcr-iivo
Which Indicate DisoaDraru Liikr oaSroMitii I
Huch m Con
Piles, Kuliif or
lllooJ lo the Head, Ald.
1 1 y of the Btomaeh, Nantes,
Heartburn, Diaguat fur Food, Full
ness or Wclkht in the Htomach, Sour
Erunllatlnns, Hnklng or Kltit(rrlD(( At io
Tit of Hie Htomach, Hwimminr of Hie Head,
Humi d or Difncult Ilreathing, Klultrrin nt (tin
JleerlClniklngorHttllocalliig Herniation" when In
Lying Posture, Dimness ol Vision, Dots or
Weba before the Hlght, Kover ami Dull pain
Id Hie Head, Deficiency of tVmitrnllon,
VellowniMOftheBklnaiid Eves, I'Aln
III tho Hide. Ilnck Chest, Limb",
etc., Htlddrn FlU'lies of Hf nt,
llurulng In the Hrih, Con.
Bt.int Imaginings of
Evil, Mid (Irent
3. GOTLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
A Mitten without A Irohol or Spirits of
In inneri'iii mini nil oilier, it la iuniKi-'i ui
. the pnre Juice", or Vital I'rluclile nl Roots,
Jlerl and IUrk, (or, R medicinally termed, Kx
riw i-,, iric is or .lima fir nifr. juiiiiibwi ni"
(;rcillMit not being tiacd. Therefore, In one but
He of this llltteri there I contained much
medicinal virtue ni will e found In actcral gal.
loin of ordinary uilituroa. The. room, tic, me I
In this Hlttera are grown In (Jrrmany, their vital
)irlncliile entracte 1 In that country by aeleii.
rifle Chemist, and foraarded tn tlo manufactory
In thli ciljr, where they nre compounded and bot
lied. Containing no apintuoua Inrcdirntx, tbln
llliten l fret from the objection urged ngalniil
ill others. No deans for tlinal-iil can be lti
I uced from their uo ( they rannot make drunk,
arda, and cannot under any clrcumiiances hate
uny Imt a beneficial (Ikct.
IIOOFLAND'S G HUMAN TOXIU
Vaa compounded Jor Iho.e not inclined to ex.
truno bltlr, and la intended for tne In cases
when loine elrohol.c tuiiulaut In rroulied iuron.
i.ectlon with the Tonlo rnpvrtlf?i cr the Hlttera.
liocli holllnof tho Touic contain ono bottle ft
the liltlcra. colnblnvd wltli pure Hl.STA CItl)7.
HUM, and rlarorcd In audi a manner that the ex
treme bitlerneai of the llittere la orerootne,
fnrmlnff a prefMratlon lillily ngrmilile and
Ideaiant to the palate, aad containing the medic.
Iiikl tlttuea of the Hitler. Tho price ol the
Tonic la 1.5n per bottle, which many peiaona
think loo hlh. Tney mut lake into consider,
allon that toe alimulant uncd l gnnrantted to be
of purn iHUaliljr. A poor article could Ui fur
lilnfiad atacheiiper pnce but I It not Ixdtcr to
Jiajr a liitle more and hate . good article? A
medicinal preparation nhonld contain none but
tin Utal Inrrreflienta i and they who expect to ob
tain a cheap compound, and bo benefitted br it,
will moit certainly bo cheated.
no O I' I. A MI'S
WILf. CUKE VOU.
Thej-nrc I lie (ircnlcol IIIoimI I'urlll
frn linon ii
To the medical world, and will cradieite dieae
arinlUK from Impiiru UoihI, Debility of the
I'lKealiteUrirani, or Dmci'cd l.ncr,
In a ihorter tune than noy
other known rein.
Thn Whole Hnpreme Court of I'cnn)lranla
pak for Incw remedlen. Who would oa for
more dignified and elronger teatlmon) I
Jfon. Oeori; W. Woodward, formerly Chief Jua.
Ilceoi the Supreme Court of IVnnylrnl.i, at
pieent member ot ConRre from I'tunijlra
nla, wrllea :
rhlladelphia, March lr,, IM7.
I find UnoflandVUrrinan Hlttera It a good tonic,
uieful iitdiaeaacaof the dluettire vrKn, and of
Xtcat tenant in oanea ol debility and want of
cerToua rutlon in the MUern. Ynur, trulr,
IJKoHftK W. WOODWAHI).
Jlon. Jamea Taompon, Chief Justice of the Su
preme Court of ivnn)lrjnK:
l'hlladelphla, April 2, IMT.
I cotuliler Jlootltnd' Cerman Itinera u talua.
)le medicine inrues of atlacka of Jndiieatlon or
ITpepla. I can certify thle Irom my expeil
ruce of It. Vour, with reect.
Jlon. Ceorge Shnrvwood, Juaticc of the Supreme
Court of rcniiylranla i
l'htladrlphln. June l, IStiU.
I have found by experience that Hoofland'a
(ierman lllltera la n wry i;nod tonic, relieving
lyl'ptic aymploma almoat directly.
Jlon. Win. V. llo'err, Mayor ol the City of lluf.
flo, K. Y.t
Major1 Ofllce. Uullalo, June IK, Utn.
I hare ucd llootlar.d'a (ierman Hlttera mid
Ionic in tnr lamily duriug tliopiiKt )ear, and cmi
lecoinmend them ai an excellent tome, impart.
ltiK tone and li;or to the ayttem. Tticir tite has
Ncn prodticllTu of decidedly te neticial ellel.
W.M. V. U0IJK1U.
Jlon. Jamea M. Wood, ex-Mayor of Willianwport
I take gtent ideaaiiro in recomtnendltiK Hoof
laud' (loriuaii Tonic to uny one ho may beut
llicted with Dvp'jp:a. I had the D)'pepiln o
iudly it wui lini.osflihla to keep any lood on my
(toiimch, and I became ko weak na not to be abla
to walk half a In lie. Two boillca of Tonic rf
Jecled a perfect cure. JAMK3 M. WOOD.
Iteiiieinber that HooHand'a (ierman Hitler,
nud Uootluad'a (ierman Tonic, will euro ivery
MAKASMUf, OH WASTI.VO AWAY 01' THE
Iteiiieinber lliat Hooil.itid' Oermnn Heme.
.Ilea aru the mediclnoa jolt rt.inre lo purify the
Wood, t-xintMlie. torphl Uyer tn healtliy iw ilon,
mid lr enable you to pa. n,tily ihrouirh ony
lurdship mid exposure. " '
Or Huliiitilute for Meictiry Pills.
TWO PILlfl A D03K. The mol .owerful, yet
Innocent, Vegetable Cathartic Known,
It is not ncceAry to take a handful ol there
l'ill In produce the desired cllcct. Two of them
let quickly and powerfully, elcunilng' the l,ier,
stomach and HowcU, of all linpuritUn. Tho
iirluclpal ingreillent la l'oilojiiiyllin, nr llio Alco.
ioIIc Extract of Mandrake, wlilih 1 by many
I mea mora powerful, acting nnd earchlns, than
(he Mandrake Imelf, Its ecullar action I upon
thu Uvur. cleaning it pccillly from all oUtrttc.
tluua, will) all the power of Mercury, yet free
Irom all the inltiri&iu'rcimlU attached to the uho
t.( that mineral.
For all disease, in which tho use of a cathartic
it Indicated, these pilla will iiivu entire aatlaiuc
lion in every cane, They NEVER PAID.
Incases of Liver Complaint, Ityspepala, ami
extreme Costivenes. Dr.llnolland'a German lilt,
ter. or Tonic, should be used In connection Willi
the l'llli. Tho tonlo elloct of the Hitler, or Tonlo,
build up the system. Tho Hitters, or Tonic, pi;,
tiflea the blood, strengthens the nerves, reg
ulates tho Liver, anil given strength, energy and
fteep your Dowels actlvo with the Pills, nnd
lone up the system with Hitters, or Tonlo, and
rio disease can retain tho hold, or oven assail you.
Recollect that it is Dr lloolland's (Ierman Item,
idles that are po universally uied and lilrhly
lecoinmended i and do not ullow the druggist tu
induce you to take anything else that he may say
Is Just us good, because ha makon a larger profit
on it. Theso remedies will be sent by Ex pros to
uny locality upon application to tho l'lU.NRll'AIj
omct;, at (he OKltMAN MKDICINh KTOKK,
V31 ARCH bTHEET, I'lULA OKLl'li IA.
' eUAH. M. EVANH, lroprlctor.
Formerly 0, M. Jackson 4 Cu,
I'tilillcallnii Oilier'. luXCntlMluts,
iiOH TOO.MIIS.THi: INCOIMMOIULK.
WHAT THK (IIIAX1I CTCI.OPH OK THE HOUR
1I0.NH HAS TO HA V. HE Wll.t. AC0K1T
NOTHIKd. ANTICIPATKH ANOTIIEIl WAIl
AND KL'TIIEitK I.VDKPE.VDKNlf
N. V. Tribuno Wahlnton ((la,) Letter.)
llobcrt Toombs, ox-sennlor of tbo United
States, .nd ox-general in tbo rebel nrmy,
in looked upon at tho Icador
ol that portion of tho democratic
party in Oeorein that bat accented omo
of tho results or tliownr; tlio lender of
uioio who caroiuiiy keep rilivo nil Ilia ani
mosities of tlio struggle, nnd sedulously
teach bitter nnd rubelliout ictitlmcnLs to
their children. Gun. Ton in lis nerjmtnniillv
dulivers it lecturo that lio lun prcpiiro'j
upon .vtugnu unnrin, winch i in reality a
violent sitiinp-spucccb in fi.vor of thu
right of accession, and ngninct thu consti
tutional iiinediiiciita nnd reconstruction
laws. This is the way ho concldcs lils lec
turo, ns described by an Augustn paper :
"With his body bent slightly forward, his
uyo blnzing, Ills Imnd railed aloft, griup-
inir u copyoi -m ngn vjiturm, no oxnlnimcui
'When you can tenr tbo live thunder from
Its homo in tho burning etlior, and bind It
ai mo foot-ttooi or lyn.wiy, then, ana not
till then, win j accept tho situation. "
I thoucbt it was worth inakiniru Mioclnl
Journey to ico tho man who could talk
like tliis six year 3 after tho end of tho
In a few minutes (J cue nil Toombs
cumo hi, and soon commenced to talk
politics. I told him in; vyus understood lo
represent tbo moil ultra wintr of the dem
ocratic party in Georgia, und that I was
desirous of learning bis views upon polit
"ies,'' bo said, "1 am one of the rcd
"Whut do you think of tho new depart-
uro oftlio northern deinocracr. in ex
pounded by Vitlutidinglium und tho l'enn
sylvanin convention 7 .Shall you support
'Never. I would sooner voto for Hor
ace Greeley than for uny democrat upon
such a platform. Greeley and tho re-
fublicirno put it up; it s uicir patent, ana
Imvo moro respect for them than for
such scoundrels as ValanUingbam, who
want to Icul their ideas.'
Mf. Tuombs tpoko nt some lelmtb in
this style, declaring Unnlly Unit the )ioo
plo of tlio sjutli tttild never be brought
to accept the constitutionnl amendments
as finalities, nnd that if tbo democratic
party took that ground they would have
nothing to do with that party.
"What do you look forward to in tho
futuro?" 1 asked; "bow can you escape
tho results of tbo war?"
"AVc will figbt you again just as toon
as we can get ready," be answered ; "and
x boiicvo wo can get ready much sooner
than most people think."
'You cannot teriouily believe that tbo
south will attempt another war?''
"I certainly do, and I Miovo that I
shall livo to'seo southern independence.
Jinny or our pcoplo uro losing tbc hope
that they will ece 'Shiloh' in their day,
but they aro training their children up to
tako tho work.''
1 asked if he thought any cotitiderolo
number of men in Georgia agreed with
him in dcidring n renewal of the war, and
in still hoplni? for southern Independence.
'Two-thirds of tho white men in this stato
and in all tho fouth uru of this way of
thinking, he, replied ; " and ir you will go
into tho country among the planters, you
will Und what 1 lay is true. In tbc largo
towns tbo editors and business men talk
differently, but they nothing of tbo senti
ments or mo people.
Later in the convcrsotion Gen. foombs
spoke of tho civilization of tbo south as
compared with that of tho north and of
Kuropc. Ho had traveled, ho said, over
much of the world, and bad seen no higher
civilization than that of Virginia and
Georgia. Tho civilization of the north
was far below it Ho thought tho agri
cultural population of cw England tho
poorest class of pcoplo bo had ever seen,
1 replied that the agricultural people of
Georgia and South Carolina wcro tbo
poorest pcoplo I had over seen, and there
upon a discussion nroso as to what consti
tuted a high degree of civilization, tho
general declaring that it did not consist in
packing pcoplo together us thick as Logs
in a pen, which, h sold, was the northern
idta, lie thought a thioly-scUlcd country,
where peoplo 1m 1 room enough and did
not interfere with each other, and whoro
tho laboring class was ownoJ or controlled
by tho landholders, was tho highest typo
of modern civilization.
I changed tlio subject nnd asked if ho
thought immigration desirable for tlio
'No," bo replied, "wo don't want north
ern men to como hero ; let them stay at
homo whoro they belong. This is our
country, and wo want to keop it for our
solvcsnnd our children. If pcoplo who call
themsolvcs our conquoror insist on com
ing horo aguinst our wishes they need ex
no wolcomo from us. Wo will havu noth
ing to do with them. '
Gen. Toombs spoko with great bitter
ness of tho reconstruction nets and consti
tutional amendments. Tlio party that
passed them wcro liars, ho said, for thoy
pretended to boiicvo in solf-govornmont,
und at tho samo timo would not give tho
south any liberty to regulato her own af
fairs, but ruled her first by military of
ficers and thon by a horde of northern
thieves, sent down hero to hold tho office
and tyrannlzo over thn people. "Why
can't you let us alonn?' ho wont on ex
citedly, "If your idea of government is
not u lio, stay away and let us manugo our
own affairs. AVo don't want to bavo any
thing to do with you. "Wo had tbo aatU
laction of killing moro Hum 200,000 of you,
and if, my advico had been followed tbo
war would not lmvo endod until we had
killed moro." Onco upon tho subject cf
tho war, ho wont on to arguo tho right of
secession, to denounca tbo union nrmy a
hordo of mercenaries, marauders and
thlovcs. It was cleur that tho war bad
taught him no lctson, und that his feelings
were as bitter as thoy wore when tlio con
tof t was at its bight.
As , rognrds negro eull'rago, that, bo
thought, on unmixed ovll. A great lump
or ignoranco nnd vlco had boon nmdopart
of tho governing class. Ho said vlco be
cnuso too negroes woro all thieves. Thoy
woro liko animals, and would steal nny
tiling thoy saw thoy wanted as naturally
as a hog won d break into a potato ttold,
I: d8 would selzo a nloco of moat. lid
did not think an intelligent qualification
for sufrrago would remedy tbo ovll. Head
ing and writing did not fit n man for vot
ing. Tho Paris mob wcro Iptelllgont, but
tbey woro tho most dungorous class In tho
world to bo Uustcd with any of tho pow
ors of tho government, A property qual
ification was what was necessary for a sta-
bio government, Only thoso who owned
tbo country should govern it. and men who
had no property had no right to mako
laws lor property-homor. uo suid thoro
was no barer) in tho nogrocs voting us long
ns tho whites nil bolongcd to ono party,
but tbo danger ho foared was that the
whites would eventually dlvido into two
parties on stato issues, und that a party
would bo formed composed of tho lower
cinssos oi wimo. men tuo dan
gerous, Irresponslbl6 oloment and that
tbo negroes, by natural af
finity, would jbln that party which would
then bo In tho majority, andbolng Ma to
rAdlcult Imvo been crcatlv mistaken in
counting upon tho negroes as tho basis of
wieir puny, "iho ncjirocs, now mat wioy
aro satisfied thoro is no danger of boiug
ro-onslnvod, will voto just as their em
ployers toll thorn. They can't nflord lo
no unytiung ciso. 'iney aro attached to
their old home., nnd bavo no money with
which to movo nnd find now ones, and
thoy will not risk boing discharged by
voting ngainsi mo planters who iiiro
them." Two-thirds of tho negroes in this
country voted witlt tho domocrats last
inn, no said.
General Toombs characterized tbo ku
klux as tbo natural protest of an oppress
ed poonlo against tyranny. Madamo d
.Stacl, ho said, had described tho Ilutsian
government at a despotism tempered by
assassination. Although he did not say
so in explicit lerm, ho lot it bo clearly
iuforrcd that bo considered tho recon
structed gjvernmonts of tho southern
states os despotism tempered by kuklux
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OVER OTIIKll AHTIOl.K IN UHB KOll FLOOR
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SHOULD USE THEM.
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KaehaMga, Colts asset failed Nlalrs
Boittl BoitBhl aad Hold.
EPOHITH received, and a general banking
I.II.U.A.U ,1 '
eventy.Bvo to two hundred dollar per luonih
Q eveivwliere.mala'aud female, to Introduce the
(lenuine Improvrd Common Heue Family Hvwmii
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any machine Ihiitwlll sew a utrongrrr more l.eau
tlful or mom elastlo Imam than oar. It makes the
"Elaatlu l.oi'kHtltch," Kreryseeoud atitchcan
be cut, and still the cloth canuot le nulled apart
without tearing It, We pay agenta 175 to til) per
month and emienaea. nr a commission from which
iwle that amount ban lw made, Forclrculsrs
auu terms, apply to or a?rra.i,,,i
jrr . . r (5; jjOWERfl CO.,
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tLOTHIXG, HATN, CAPS, KTC.
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Bitteral havo obtained Irom toil andiCnJ Ih.in
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THE BEST TONIC IN USE I
roil nai,k nv
E. F. INfAYNARD, PROP'R
liver: coaSBlaiBt are
unestlntae aad pal a
in the aide. Heme
timet the pain Is In
theahmihfar. an.i im
M.Ufaken for rheumatiam. T1iAatnma.hi,Art
alts loaa of annetiie and aiekna,, l.i. i
feneialco.tive, sometlmea alternating with lax.
h head la troubled with pain, and dull, htavy
lots of memory, accom
panied with painful sen
sation of having left un
done something which
ourrht tn have tteen dnna
One comnlalnlni of weakneaa.debllliv. and lam
spirit w. Biiiiellnic. aorae 'of the above aymp
touts attend the dlaeave, and at other timet very
few of them; but the Liver Is generally the orgsu
most Involved, Cute the Liver with
A preparation ol roots and herbs, warranted to
be strictly vegetable, aad can do no, Injury to any
It has been used by hundrede,a4 kaown ol
tha laat U vaaraaa ona ot tha aaaat Taltahlaata
cacloua ' - - in
the tunering, n taken regularly and persistently
It it ture to cure.
It VlIlT.ATnti 1 tlckheadaehe.ehreako
J tne Dtaaaar, easau
dysentery, . aaaeUoa
vi um aain, imnurny oi toeiawrat mi tear I) ni r
mwuij, win, iwin t wtewi tinmt Willi,
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