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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TI1JR5DAY, JANUARY 11, 1872.
RAII.HOAD.N.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TO
Sr. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
CAOO, NEW YotlK, 1IOS10N,
AMI ALL
POINTS EAST AN I) WEST.
Paasengcr trains arrive at and leave Cairo as fol
mail. r.vrarss.
Aaaivv A a.m . I IMn,
IirriiiT 4 n.m I viil.l it in
llotli trains connect at Contralla with train mi the
rot
Pans. Decatur, IllonmlnKten, Kl Paso( I. a Salle
uenuota, rreepori.iiaiena, I'uouque, auu
nil txilntn In Illinois, Mlstiiuri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. Anil with
Lines running East and West lor
St, Latin, Hpringhcld, Louisville,
Cincinnati, iitjniinioliK, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Mlchlg.ui
oouuiern, ami i-iiisourg, ron aynt
and Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany. Iluaton, Philadelphia,
Nlsgra Falls, Erie, lluflalo,
New Turk, Pittsburg, lljltlmore,
Waahlngton.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. It.
ija and after Monday, April 21th, 171, trams wll
ruu an lollows t
NOIirilKKN DIVISION,
tiiiji oono soitiisast.
Leave Virginia ., H:4'Ja.tn
" Hpringfleld 9.2U "
" Taylorrllle 10.52 "
Arrive at i'ana ll:4 m
TSatasooiao sosthwut.
Kxtiresa
Express
12.34 p.m.
. 3.0) '
. 4:M "
.. f.:17 "
Mall.
I, fate I'ana IMi.in
" Taylorvllle 4:
Arrive aA iprini;nlil.t,;t5 " ,
-uisu.m
4:20 "
r,.io "
l,eavo HnaiiiRflflii C:''
Arrlveat Urglnla e.2.1 "
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
Tallin HO ISO SSl'TUIAST,
Leate Edgewood S:30a.m 10:10 a.m
" Flora HM " :4o
Arrive at bhawne etowri3:Mp tn 6:1ft p.m
taii.it ooiaa aoaniwuT.
Leave Rhswnee town 6:l a.iri p.m
" Mora ...a:M " 7.00"
Arrive at Edgewood 4:40 " 8.20 "
The 5:39 a.m. train Irom Edgewood, runa only
Mondsya, Wadntsrtays and Fridays, ami &:lta.m
train Irom Hhawneelown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville dlvlai'.i,
i f Chicago ami Alton Hillroad. for J vkaonville,
Petersburg, Maion City, a nil all iiolhts west.
At Springfield, with Chicago and Alton, anil
Toledo, Wabash ami Western Railroad, lor
IllootnlngtoD , Chicago, anil all pointa north, north
west anil umi,
At I'ana with lnd. anil Ht. I.oul., and Illlnnla
Central Railroad lor all points east, aouth and
SOUtheaat.
At Edgewood with Chicago Division lllinnla
Central Railroad.
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad.
AtShawneetoan, with steamboats for Cincin
nati, I'aducah, Cairo and Ht. Ixini.
0 It I.AM) SMITH, Gen'ISup'L
Joitw FooaiTT.Ge n'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag't.
WlIOLKSfALK CIIOCKRH.
r7"smyth"&
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LtVII
CAIRO, II.tlNOM.
Alio, keep conatantly on hand a moil com
plet ttock of;
coTcn
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AND 1KIFII WHISKIES
-i I If H,-
Port, Madcris, Sherry nnd Cntawbn'Winca
R SMYTH A CO. trll cielualTcly for caah.to
, which faet they Inula th fapocial atten
tion of cloie barsam tuycri.
Special attention given to Filling Ordert,
CKNF.ItAI. AOEHTH,
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
AND
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
H ERCUAH T H
AKD
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And A enta of
Ohio River ami Knnnwlin
SJXjO? OOMPAHIE3
70 Ohio Levee,
tf CAIUO, ILLINOIS)
FAMILY nOCEIlll.H.
LOUIS JOROENSKN,
VetpT In all kimli of
STAPLE AND FANCY
QBOOBBIBS.
Farmer's Turd "1 Htabiiua;
WITHOUT ciiahqk.
Cor, WaBhiDgton-avand Twentioth-st
CAIBO, ILLS.
JygTsttf.
ON MARRIAGE.
Ilappy relief lor younc men Irom "the effects a
...... on, i huana In cnrlv hlo. Manhood re.
stored, nervous reuiiiiy.iiircu. (iiiiivuuiiruin
to marrlaRe removed. New method of ireat.
went. New and remnrkablo remedlea. Books
and olrrvlnrs sent free. In sealed envelopes. d
Ninth Bt Phlladalpkla., PV dc2ldtw3m
THE BULLETIN.
Publication Onice, Bulletin Blllhlltiff,
Washlnicfon Avenue.
A HA NANA WHICH COST $52,000.
(From Hid New York Hun, Jmi. ii.)
About tliro weeks u(,'o n KOfitlomnn
walked Ihrougli AViill atrcot with n bulky
pnekntro uhdor lii loft nrin. At William
mm mill Kirt'Uts Ills nut'tltluil WHS llttrncl
nit I.. ........ I.....I r..t. . . . .'
vv ruillH lUFL-IUUS irUIL UL (Jllf! fll I liA
jtiinds. Hu jmuicd n ho observed tlio flnu
linnnnos dnngllng in n tempting way, nml
luid tho parcel on tlio stand to yet at his
I'uinc. ooiiio one tapped Mm lightly on
tho nhoulder. A bo turned to co who
hml touched him, tho parcel, containing
$5'-!,X)0 In United .States bond", was whip-
ii u. 10 ci7.oihoroNior oi nispropurtv
was his first thought, but ho failed. Noth".
Ing was djcovcred which shed any light
on tho theft until n day or two ago In
AVnthlimton. when Detectivo .McDovitt
arruttedn putriarchal tniiu with ono of tin.
stolen bonds in his possession. This vener
able Individual Insisted that ho had legi
tlmiitely pained possession or tho bonds
fflvo ot which were found with him), but
Detective McDcvitt provuilcdon the elder
1) man, whoso nurno is Horace Cooke, to
aeconiimnv him to New York rilv. nml
horn he was handed over to Chief Detectivo
Irving.
Yoilcrdnv ,'iftoriHion ( AHtt Vfi tnlftl
beforo Justice Hogan. Tliejovlitl Hon Wll
lmtn V. Howo appeared for -Mr. Horace
Cooke, and claimed that his client wan not
acting with a knowledge that the bonds
were stolen when he got them Into his po-
scssion.
The counsel for this loer of the Si2.o00
worth of bonds were Judge Ulnlchford, of
tho United States court. Clarcr.cM A. Sl.
ward, son of the sago of Auburn, nnd Mr.
Da Coala. These gentlemen at onco caused
tho shcrlirto servo tilion .Mr. Hornen (.'.mLi.
replevin papers, churning the bonds. Mr.
Cooku acted very cooly throughout th
procecdiriL's. nml Imnrifil tlm ,1r.-.iiients
given him bv the hen' " counsel
Mr. Howe, uller -1 I c 1 1 tlieru was some de
sultory conversation about tho absence of a
witness at Washington,
Justice Hogan ordered tho examination
to stand over until 10 clock this morning.
Mr. Da Costa said to Juitcio Hogan, re
ferring to tho Ios of his client, "That was
cosily oanana,
'Yes." reillled -Mr. Ilnwe. fnrlililHnn
fruit, unfortunately, in this Instance."
l.Sl'ltAM'S:,
W. II. MOIlltlS,
II. It. CA.NUKK
No. I'uti. and V.ti. Ctn
notary I'ublio,
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
CGI DENT, LIFE,
jrrifA, UAiiTroRi),
tl.M'j.MI 97
Aaarta ....
JfORTII AMERICA. TA
Asaf tl. .V83,UK3 01
iiahtkoki). conv.
AlMti.... 2.M4.210 7
lMIOTNIX. HARTFOItl).
- 1,761.118 8C
INTERNATIONAL. Jf. Y
1,33.1,338 17
I'U'I.NAM, HARTFORD,
aacta 705,937 0
CLEVKLANI), CLKVKLANP,
atla ..',11,073 Ss
HOME, COLUMI1UH,
Aaats .
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO
- vv.eoo:
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
AaaHa JfMaai.cmu U.
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Aarta.. I,i,000 V
RAILWAY I'ASSENOER.S ASSURANCE
C0 HARTFORD,
Aiits WOfiUi
INDEPENDENT, H0STON,
Ai'tl! fOO.Hi
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CAN DEE,
71 Oblo Lrrrr,
City National Hank, CAIRO, 1 1,1,.
FIRE AND AIARINE
1 1ST S TJ J. 1T O IS
'OMIAMIJHt
NIAOARA, N. T.,
Aaseta II.4.16.21C V
fJERMANIA, N. Y
Assets 1,008,721 78
HANOVER, N. T.
Asaets 720, C2 OU
REl'UIlLIt. N. Y.,
Asseta 714,023 Oi
CotnpriainK the Umlerwritera' Agency,
YONKF.KS, N. Y.,
Assets 87S,t V
AI.1IANV CITY,
Aseu ta,n 2
FIREMEN'S FUND, h. F.,
Asaeta 678,''0 U
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Assets !,432,M'. U
STORK, Hf llin, Furniture, Hulla and Cm
goes, Inaurod at ratea as fatorable as lound
permanent seourily wl'l warrant.
I reapf'L'iiuiiy aaK oi tne iiuienn oi WAiro,
share ol their patronage,
c. n. inraiiK
FOUNnillKN.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
manvi'aci fit) aa or
Steam F.Rginri
Boilers,
Flour ond;onst Mills,
Haw Mill",
The "Tupper' I'nlenl firnlebar
MAOIIINERY FOR OF.NKIIAL I'UIU'ORKS,
CINCINNATI OHIO
ode27
DISSOLUTION.
The Copijrtneri-lilp liendororo exi.tlnir between
Charles Sohoenmcser Jk August ln,ir Vv. "
day been dissolved by mutual eon.,,,,: charlea
account, and also pay tho Indebtedneaa of said
firm.
Avavst liauicK,
Cha(.s kJciioiXMiya.
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CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prfpard to ailppty cuitotner with thi- tM
quality o,
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
OltDF.RS If ft at llalllday Ilroa. offli-, 70 OHIO
I.EVEK. or at the Coal Tard llow the ht.
Charli-a Itntf I, will r!ci prompt ntte nllon.
I II K TUO " JIONTAUK " will cing coal alon
idf stramvra at any hour. oc2Slf
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
FJI. WARD la prepared to deliTfr th bsl
, Fire Wood and utone Coal
IN ANT PART OF THF. CITY,
And in any (juantity df aired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at Sl.50 ter ton
OFKICn 0r Ilerwart, Orth A Co.'a atore,
two doora aboro the corner of Eighth atreet and
Cummerr atenue. deceit
IIL'TCIIcJin.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
K0EI1LER & BROTHER
Hare reopened the
POI'LI.AIl MF.AT MAltKKT,
CoMilERCIAE-AV
Urlarrn Mntli nncl TenlU Nlroeta,
ar.d will keep constantly on hnnd the heat meala
alauphtercd in the Cairo mnrktt. They defy com.
pttition. Ciive them a trial. arptlltr.
JAKE WALTER,
BTJTC 131 IE3 IR
AND DFALEK l"'
FRESH MEAT,
EiaiiTii Street, Uf.twef.n Wasiunoton
and Commercial avenues,
Adjoining KUIcnlioiiae at- Ifunny'd.
Keep the heat of lieef, Pork, Mutton, Veal
l.amh, Hauaage.etc, and nre prepared to aerr,
citizens in the moat acceptable manner. ngSUe
JAMES KYNASTON,
Slnlrliar aril Itrnlcr In all Illnda Fresh
Meal,
Ciikxek .S'iM.TrrvTii ami I'ofHK SrxrT.
i) Aim, ILLINOIS.
BlIYU and ahiiRhtera only the very best cattle,
hogi ami aheep, and ia prepared to fill any
demand for freali mcila from one pound to ten
thousand pminda, le'20tf
WATUIIMAKEK.
I'HAOTIOAL WATCHMAKER.
H. IIOUPT,
NO. 150 AVASHINGTON AVENUE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
llaa on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The lamest mock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
x Vila civv.
CASS1DY, WOLFE it CO.,
nmrua ih
ritoDucE and Groceries
WASHINGTON AVENUE, 11KTWKEN
KIOHTH AND NINTH STS
CAIRO,
ILLINOIS
, MT Givo thorn a Call I -
decHaMm,
NALOOMN.
KL DORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND JJAR
ROOM. JOII. OATIX, Proprietor.
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL1N0IHJ
Heat brand of California Cigars Just received,
BILLIARD saloon furnlahr-d "till lli h st ol
tables! and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigars of the flneit brands.
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA SALOON
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
1)7 Ohio Lcrcc,
Ilelwe en Ninth and Tenth fitreets,
Cairo, III.
Ueoirtr
DEXTKIt EXCHANGE,
1:10 Ohio l.evrr, iifnr Slonr Depot
J. I). .ANON E, PROPRIETOR,
'resh Shell Oysters Received Daily
Keni alwaa on nnnd flaltlmrire an I 3Ioti. e
Oyaiera, which h wilt he glad to serve to hla rus
toinera In the best oily. dec2tl
WIMlM AM) 1.KICOII..
F"M""STOc7F"L7fT"ir,"
rcrrna i-oitl.r a h.k M i.itn
Hrrtlf.ver mill AVliolCMfilc Driller In
l orclcn mill Dntiipotlr
W 1 N E S ;A N J) LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
OMRO, ILLINOIS.
HEkeepaon hand contantly a full atock o
Old Kentuckv llourbon, lt)e and Mononea.
hela Whiaklea, French Urandie, Holland Gin,
Rhine and California VYlnea. mnotf
WM. II. SCIIUTTER,
Importer ami WIioIphqIo Dralrr In
WINES, LIQUORS,
AMI
TOBACCO c CIGAHS.
Agent for the lieat branda of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
AM)
Imported Alra or IMITcreiit Kinda.
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
UROCISHItX AMD DRV tiOOD.H.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
rsAtan in
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CArs, ETC.,
Haa jual received a heavy stoci of Hoot" and
Mioca, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
He bIio has a hue slock of Family Groceries ol
every kind.
CORNER SlXTH-ST. AND COMMER
CI A L- A V.,
r'AIRO. ILLINOIS
NTOVI.S. TI.MVAIli:, KT
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clolhea Wi'innf T lie
Ware, Coal Hods, Fire Shin !, Air Hnie
m iNi'vACTrKiu or
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WARE.
No. 1GG AVasliincton-nvonuo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
9-toorlnK. OutterniK, and all klnda ofjnb
vork done at shniteat iiiiiii i lehldif
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and C0NFECT101
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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71. FALL WINTllil. 72
C. 1L A N NY.
LARGE STOCK,
JIMtOWN SHEETINGS,
j PRINTS,
TICKlIlTa-S.
CHECKS,
AMI
S T R I P E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
CASSIMERS,
BLACK ALPACAS
AM
LUSTERS,
GROS 07JA1N SILKS,
I'Ol'MNM.
LARGE STOCK OF CARPET1N0'
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
Wlnilosv Nhadeai,
01I.T HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKS.
Ilia r.ntlrcNIortt Xovr Cloalna; Ont
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TH ST., AND COMMKRCIAL-AV.,
Cairo, Illinois.
septltf
BURGER'S NEW STOCK.
I5S
MUSLINS, PRINTS, SHAN LS, ETC.,
One ol (he moat attract !c dlapl.iy of
DRY GOODS,
In the city.
J". ZBTTIEGKEIR,,
Commercial Avenue, hf.twekn Eighth
and Ninth Streets,
CAIRO ILLINOIS,
haa every available si.ace In !il aloro room tilled
with New flood. Ilia atock l com
plete, compriMng a beautiful
selection of
ritlNTH, 11LKAC1IEI) AND UNIILEACIIKli
JIUSLINS, COTTON FLANNELS ETC,
A eplcndid array of
DIRESS G-OOIDS
Among which arc, the
.Vnveal nml .VIo I'aalilonable
Colors and Material.
He hs a large stock of
EUKS
on hand, hieh hewlllcloe out at a low figure
beforo the holidnja areoier.
The Indies will find a large nsrnrtment of
CLOAKS
ASD
WOOLEN SHAWL. .
wl le'i III be aold cheaper than anythlOR of the
kind ever aold in Cairo.
Mr. Utirgcr li.ts laid in nn Immense atock of
ROOTS, SHOES, R1RIIONS, NOTIONS, NECK
TIES, ETC.,
which he wilt sell cheaper than the cheapest.
Udeelm.
IlOOItS, S.AN1I, ETC I
-GO TO
W. V. THORNTON'S.
RUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
1.SJ TENTH STREET,
CAIRO ILLINOIS
FOR
Dnom, Nash, IlllniU. MnuldliiK,
l'M v tin tiers, ! ood) Wliidotvand iiooa
Fraiiicsi, I'loorlinr, I.atli,
NliliiRleN, tllazed Nash, (Hazed Nlde
I.lchlsi, Cllnzed Trnusoiua,
Nnsh Welichtti, Nah Piilllen and CortU,
Illind I'lmtcnliiKH, ItooHiiK
Felt, ItoolliiR t'eiucnt, l'lNterlK
1'iiprr, Carpet 1'elt, While
Lead, Mused oil, Anierlrait Window
1hhh, KiirINIi iiiull'reiich
Male tllnsM, I'ntty, tanzlcr'H I'olnta
Hewer I'lpes 1'iileiit t'hlmiiejra,
i:re kic.
AOVNTH lor Hock Rivet Paper Company'
SheHtliinir Kelt and Quartz Cement.
II. W, John's Improved llnntlm; always on
and
minoi:i.i.am:ohi.
NOTICE.
mllE Copartnership existing between the un
1 dersipned will expire on or liefore
the 1st day of April next. Per-
indented in ua are rcqueei
after that day will bo placed In other hands tori
colleoMon. OREELEV PATIER. I
Cairo, Jan. , 187J,
imroaj.
BARCLAY BROS.,
74:
onto i,r,vi:r
0 I no, Il ls
3D q-G-IS H? S
SARATOGA SPNGg
ix rrit. SLAST
AT IIARCLAYS' DRUO STORE,
Fimii .Hirrtr, Dailt.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
kit irabi roa rtr. witmovt tbovsis
At Barclats'.
JJELitnOLD'g
GRAPE f CATAWIIA '
tAPE f CATAWIIA )f ORAPE ) PILLS
CATAWIIA I J ORAPE
tAPE (.CATAWIIA ) h ORATE ) PILLS
gr;
ASO Alt or
ii v. i. h n o i, n n jtnni vtx KH
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Alway In stock In large supply, and for sale by
Barclay II roa.
PEE8H 3LTTE
JUST RECEIVED
ASP
orNaleibjr the O'laaai Itotlle or Cnllfiii
AT BARCLAY'S'.
tSTExtra Fink Coloonkj
WSTQzXVlVTt IMPORTED EXTRACTS J
WSTHair, Tooth and Nail Brushes
rlNDiA itunnER Nursery Goa
AT
BAECjjAY bhqs.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Heat grades In large stock and va
riety, very cheap;
Full Link of Colors,
DBT AM) ii oil;
Paint Brushes, Linseed Oil,
Whitewash P Jihin Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc, etc.,
ALL KINDS AKD STAMIAKD Ql'AUTlrS
At Barclays'.
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MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
AMI
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Cominerelal Avenue, opposiHe i:iIlo
and llaythorii'N
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WF.Art
Made to order, or Heady-Made.
Una received a full and complete toek of 1:00 U,
the neet and completes! Ill the elly. An Im
mense, varity ol
RIRRONS, LACES AND FRINGES
aiie orrnra great Indiicemala to her patrona and
all others toeall on her.exaluint the iricea, aea
and quality o( her kooUs.
Mra. Swander, having soil ,ev piopir.v, Hill
sell Ihe whole of these iiooilint anil I low em'.
o a the 1 1 mo lo purenaae. i;nrisiuiaa k"i
at tho ery lowest ptleea.
NHJX WltlTllll.
CAUL L. THOMAS,
unw prept ed It leippl. pnini) In 1 1 . . -maud
for hia servlos.
SHOP-Uon. iH-sr. and Cummkiicu-iv
III the 1'err.v House.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
nov22iltl
HIDES! FURS If PELTS I !!
BtTR 3ST BTT & OO.
Have opened Hide ijlore In Thornton's Illock
Tenth street, whore the highest leash pricewii
be paid for Hides, Sheep Telts, Furs and TaJ-
lew, e will py hlher prices thau was evsr b-
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fore paid for tht sana. articles In, this citri
Come and sea) ,m, ..M
ooWt BUWETT WJ,
MKOICAI-
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
MARRIAGE
GUIDE.
A Private Counselor
to tho Married or
those aboulto tntrry
on the physiological
,m.?2 .J1'? Pn(1 f ewlatlon of tho sexual system
with tho lateatdicoverlca In producing and pre
vo",l,n, nllapring, preaarvlng lhecomplexion,c.
Ihls isnnlnlcrestlnffworkoftwohundredand
iweniy icur pagea, with numcroua engravlnn.
jd contains valuiiblo information for lhoewho
. ..,irrlcd or Contemnlate marrlaire l attll It la a
not
vtl.,, Hl uisp.
ariienaary.
No. 12,
Louis
oilcototlioAmicteo.,uufortisnate.
noto.,ou Quacks who
fi'lcr 'aJ'l?. ru fjr'.'.'oriialng any Qoacle
LilSrr: ,P,eru,"!lI)r- ''"'"V forkf no matter
w hat your ulsenjo Is or how deplorable your con
dlttoii, '
Dr. Htitta can be conatillod, personsrij 0r at
nmiil" thediaaeaes mentioned in hla woiVa.
CheV.'f X'.Ktehtli street, bet. Market ami
"wnanjm, Mo. mv9dwl
SIM1LIA SilMIIAUUS CURANTUR
1IIMP1IH1A,S
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
HAVE proved, from the moat ampU ,,.
lenee.an enllro aiiceeaat aimpie-PrJmVt.
l.lliclent and Reliable. Thev are iho only Kl.
e no perfectly adapted to popular ue-,o im.
pie Hint inltakes cannot be tnailo In ualnn thfm1
so i harmtcaa 111 to bn fren from danger, and to
i lUelei.taa to bo nlwaja reliable. They have rala.
od tlio liiitheaicommemlationa from all, and will
nlw.u a render satisructton.
V. .. . c""
l.li res I osers, congestion, Inrlammatlona.
2, " M lirillt. worm rcer. untm rohe M
J
E1
r Iiib-coIic orteolhlnKOt inranta...2
Dirrliiien, of children and adults...2A
Iyoiif ry, Ktlpinn, b-llous collc...2A
4'hotern.morbUif, vomiting...- .2A
liiilira. colda, broneliltus
.eur,.lKlii, toothiche, faceacho...2S
llt'iiilai'lies, sick hoAdoche. vertlgoM
D. .pepsin1 b.lious stomaenc. .23
Sn pprcssrd, or painful pcnods-....2!
II,
10,
11,
1.
1.1,
1.
13,
ID,
17.
la.
19.
20,
21.
i,
23,
21,
23,
2C,
v niirs, too proniae peno.is........
frflllll. liollifh. dinlcillt lireatlllncr...'A
t'riiiip, eoimh, dinicult breatlunK...23
.Suit Itlii'iiin, Erysipelas, Eruptlon23
lllieiiiiiiilisin. rluMiuntle uains 23
iiiii'iiiiiiiiimii. riieiimiiic pains
I'eser.-inil AKiie, chill ever, acuea.W
riles, hlfml or bleeiiiL ....?. SO
Slplitltlrmy, and aore nr weak eyes&0
t'u'nri'li, ai'ino or chronic, InHuentnCA
WlKKipliiK-t'oiiKh, vlolentcouhs50
Aslliinu, oppioed breathing . 60
i:nr lls-hiiri;ra,lm-iilrcd hearinuM
Nerol'ulii enlaiiredRlanda, awellin'60
Oeiieral Delilllly, phyalcal weak-
nesa ,H. M 0
Dropsy anil scanty Secretions JO
Sen .Sickness -IcKneaa from ridlnsSo
It Ittney. Disease, fir.ivel M
Persons Dolilllly, seminal emls-
en. Involuntary ulscl.nrKes.. .1 no
I'lselloxes, wlta cne 2 vial of powder
very nece:iry m serious cnse...3 ()
More Mouth, canker C)
I'rlniiry Uenhncss, wetting lied.)
1'iilnliil I erlods, with spasms So
M uficrliiirM.st change of life...- 1
l'.iUi.is.v,.j.is)na, ,-i.Vitus'dnnco.l
iMptlirriiiiii,., iriileil eore throat w
r AAin.v ('AMES.
Or 3,1 to III) InrKc v lnis.iirocco
orroirnniiil rasf, eontiiliitnic n
npeclllc lor every oiiillmiry ilia
ease a liimlly laNiiliJeet to, and
IiooUn orillreellons -...Irom tlOtottft
Hmalli-r I niiilly unil'l ruvclliiK ea ea,
20 to f k vims uoin ! to 8n
Hpeoitl lor all I'rlsate Diseases,
both tor iiilnir and tor Preven
tion Ireatlueut, in vialannd pocaet
cnaca 82 to S
FUND'S EXTRACT
Cures Uurns, llruises, J.amenes., Soreness, Sore
Throat, yprnlns, Twoehache, Earache, Neuralgia.
Rhcumatisiii, I.umbiiKO. Piles, l)oil, 8tinj;s,
Horo Eyes, lllccdtiiKiif tlio Lunira, N se, btom
a:h, or of Piles; Coins, fleers, Ol t Sores.
Puce, Oor.., W cts.j Pints. JI..W; Qiirtr,l'7S.
WTheso remediea, except Pond'a Extract,
by tho ease or alnx.o box, aro si nt to any part ot
tho country, liv HKill or express, uco ol charge,
on receipt ol the price. Address
HU.MPHltMh'el'i:CIK10
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
Office and Depot, No. S'U llroudwu)', New.yorS.
FOR HLK I IV P. f-Cllfll, C.MltO, Ills,
nligl3iieounn Iv
DR. lllOVtA!'S
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Use these only, and aavo time, health and
money. Jl.ooo reward lor any case of disease, in
any state which they tail to euro.
DR. RICHAU'S DOLDEN BALSAM,
Nos. 1 ntiil 2, are .ho createst alteratives known
tin. kicii Air:? ituLir.,:v r.t.l.lu D'A.MOUIl
ia the greatest tonlo and nstringent Ic Ihemed
csl list.
PR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE
Is the only reliable diurauc.
These remedies are noi advertised to cure al
comphilnts, and benetlt none ; but are Knaiauteed
toellectn radical and speedd cuie In ail eases for
which they are recommended, when all other
treatment has failed, Tens of thousands yearly
recoicr by their use, who havo lost all hope, and
been pronounced us incutableby the best of our
medical faculty.
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1, cures ulcers, ulcerated sore thr"ai and
mouth, aore eyes, cutaneous eruptions, copper
colorxl blotches, soreness of tho scalp, surolula.
etc. It Is tlio greatest renevator. alterative and
blood purifier known, removes all mercury from
Ihe svsletn, and leaves tho blood pure and
hen I thy.
DIt. RICHAU'S GOLDEN RALSA3I.
No. 2, uurua muicuitai aUecttona, rhoumatism In
all Its forms, and gives Immediate relief in a
CASCH.
DIt. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical euro for all urinary derangements
Price, t l per bottle,
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D' AMOUR,
A ridicrd cure (ornervous oracneral debility, in
oldoryottne, Imparting energy with wonderfu
cllect,
Pneo J3 per bottle, or two for ?0.
On receipt of price, these remedies will be ship
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid to all
corrospoiiM nts. None genuine without the name
or ' Hit. RICHAU'S GOLDEN REMEDIES, I). II.
IticiiAuus, solo proprietor," blonn In glasa of
bottles.
Circulars sent. Trade supplied as a liberal dls-
"Address, Dr. I). II. Richard, S23 Varick-st., N.
Wfend money by express or order goods
through your Druggist, ami you will meet with
no lost.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Jlra. ( Cures eotic and griping
l'rlee,
WHITCOJI
!! . j in
tho bowels, and fa
birup
1 cilllntes tho process of i
Cents.
u leeiiiiu. j
Mrs. rsulidues convulsions
Trice,
Cents.
WIlllCOJIIl'S 1 and jvereomea all dls
Kjrup. eases incident to In
L fants amlehlldrcn.
Sirs. ( Cures diarrhea, disen.
, disen. 1 Prlrr,
ercom- I 23
nolull f Cents
Prlrr,
n nil i njurs j tery imtstuumerc
S)rup. pl.v.iitiuchlldient
It Is tho Great Infant's and Children's boothlng
Remedy lit nil disorders brought ou by Teething
orany other cause. Prepared by tho
GRAFTON MEDICINE CO., bt. Louis, Mo,
Sold by Druggists an ealers In Medicine
everywhere. By7dw6m
Oil, CAN'S.
A
ked lor shipment. for.''Ili',ri'AU l'n,,,
pat
and MbJ f,,,a,le,.,7t Oh.oLe'vre.
AIIEHa
BAPTIST
The n:o-t astomtlw
rnn nreinlum 'and clubbing Hal. ever offered, ut
Ibsrai cash orumiaaioiu f'u. "...'
op and parti 'HtarafrM to all who will write );
VlVJ t aJSI- lAAisa.., '" v ' Tt i-M.Hm
i.i.i rnfK."Ul,lt ,0 "e under lock and key, and
nV.,,1 "ik .S'i'y "Wiittne house.
Addrea!!
i,u.,tib, ......r in ihm
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