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Grant.
it-
-The Extravngnncc of IIIh Atliuin
' lHtfutlon.
From Kwi. Wood' fjiflscli, Feb. 2d.
, '."Why, sir, If the president is the ccono
mist " ho is repreHontotl by . IiIh friends,
'liy'doci ho not lop oil some of the ux
pepdltures in the War Department?
Why does ho not lop ofl'some of the ex
penditures in his own military family
ut the Whits House? Why not make
an effort to get rid of some of thu briga
dier tfetlentls he lius on duty there?
Never before in the history of this coun
try have no many military officers been
Btnfioned ut the White Houo. 2to pre
ceding President of the United States
lini hnd so many military ollloers on
duty there. President I.iucoln, during
thu war, when there was some exuurfe
for Imrlug military men ut the White
House, hud one or two ollluers of low
crude. President Grant has no less than
live brigadier gcneruls stationed there
who are puld us officers of the army
and this in a time of peace and this Is
an 'economical Administration,'' and he
is the head of the great party of "re
trenchment and reform."
,Iuold in my hand a statement In de
tail of tho expanses of the executive de
partment in lBG'2-03 under president Lin
coln, showing that tho whole amount of
salaries required amounted at that time,
including Ms own salary of $25,000 a
year, to only a little over thirty-one thou
sand dolhtra.
Now, in addition to the clerks tho
President has In his employment, holms
Brigadier General J'orter, Brigadier Gen
eral Babcock, Brigadier General Dent,
and Brigadier General Badeau, each
with about four thousaud dollars a year
salary, including perqulslties. One of
these, General Beadeau, was until a few
weeks assistant secretary iof legation at
London, drawing pay for both offices,
one In his civil capacity as assistant pcc
letary of legation to London and another
in his military capacity a brigadier gen
eral of tho United ritules Army, and now
acllnRasa secretary to the President.
Whether he has any additional per
qulsltes for his duty I do not know. Nor
is this all. There Is also in attendance
rtt the White, House BriRudler General
Mlchler, tbo C'ommlwiouer of Public
Buildings, who devotes his whole time
in attendance on tho President and bis
family. ,Ve have thus live brigadier
cenerals iinldlncr nfllA a iii. vi' i.i...
House In a civil capacity, generals In the ;
wuucu oiuics nrmy, paiu as generals,
one of them till recently assistant sec'
reft,rj'.?.f,e?aliODannluermniisloner
of Public Buildings, all drawing their
pay without performing any real duty
except that of delivering cards aud
dancing attendance on gentlemen and 1
,dJ.e8 J10 bavo tne nonf to visit the
White House.
special notice.
coXjgICuld or 6re"
THROAT.
IMqalro rremtdlale attenll tS(
k neglect efltn rriulu la aa fr Lcur.vjt
I Lung Dectue.
' Brown's Bronchial Troches
wtllmoitlarariahty (it Id lusttriur.
Tar raachltli, Ailliaia, Cat J .rjt
anaaipUwa ajad Tfaroat VImimi, ihey hat a
toothing effect.
HIKOEM ASD fVBhlO 9 PtiKEM
tu Ihem to clew and itreagthen tb ri ,(e.
Owing to the good reputation aad r tpularity : the
Trocbti, rainy worthier and theap imitation are
efltred, which tregsod for Bothl- tg. Be tar to
qitaix the true
JJHOiV.VS J1R0XCHLIL TROCHES,
hold tlvcrwlierr. nitiltwlm
QHAXCEHY NOTIOK.
htatoof lllloolf. Alexandercoanf
, . Ia the Orel):!
Court ef Aixndercounty,Apr.i Trm,U7J,
In Chancery still for Dirorce.
William II. Farn i Dolly l Karri.
Affldatitof thenon-rotidenre cf Dolly L. Karri th
bote named defedent hating bn filed in thu CUrli'r
offico of I ho c.rcu t ourt of iU county, nolico .
therefaie hereby giTn to thi tld Uolly L. Karrie
that the complainant Mod hi bill of comprint In nld
court on the chancer) Hi thereof on thumiiuty of
JitiiUry,lt7Q, and that th.rtuponteuuuiioa iued
out of ild court retunuUa a the law direct, Now
unleit you, the iid Uolly L. Fair a hall r-riontlly b
anduppearbeiorf the circuit counof tmd county on
the firt day ot the next Term thereof tsi bo holden t
the court houe In the city of Cairo, In md county.
ontheFlrtlondayof April imxt. ami plnid an.wer
or demur to aaid complainant bill of vompUlnt, the
arne an4 the matter and thin; therein ururgtd and
taied will betaken cuniented, and a dcrijtnur
i-d againtt you according to the prayer of ald bill,
, , , -0"? i- 11ARMA.N, Clerk
Cairo, lllinl. January IVth, Ulu.
lunn i Pope Plaintiff' Attorney,
KtibldltAwil
C
HANOKRY NOTICE.
Swto of Illinois; Alexander county, , In the Clri
cult Court of Alexander county, April Term, 1170.
InChanccry-Ilill to enforce render' lien,
HamuclfcUuit Taylor and Edwin Paraorui, truntee ot
the Cairo City property, Y. Chart Hego and Theo.
dore Allen.
Allldavitof thenon.reldencoof Charl'e Bego, one
oftheabore imiued defendant, narlng been filed In
thu clerk' utUuB of ttio circuit court of Id cuunty.no.
twe I thtieturn hereby gltenu, .aid defendant that
the complainant filed their bill of complaint In laid
court ou thu chancery Hide thereof, on the Id day or
rcbruary, U7U, and that thereupon a auiumonit I tailed
out of uld court returnable i the hit U Irectn. Sow
unleat you, the ald defendant, thai) i.eraonally Im
and appear bt-foru the circuit tourt of auld coULty on
theSratdayof the next term thereof to he holden at
the court houte In the city of thiio, In aald county, ou
tlieflrt Monday of April next, and plead, autwer or
demur to the taid complainant bill of couiplalnt.thn
name and the matter wml tiling therein charted and
nUUnl h ill be taken a. vonlraaoo, aud uiiwim entered
againtt )ouaccoruiug toUiu prayer oraaid bill.
. JOUS Q IIAHMA. Clerk.
i.Kirti, uiinui, rrDmirr a, ibio.
(iaita- A Uuacar, 1'lll'a Att'y.
KeUwJt
RROOM FACTORY.
QAIRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
W. P M'KEE k It ROT HER,
ilaring perfected their arrangement for the rrunufnc
tur ot llroem In thi city, ara now prepared to til
order at a
Xjo-cit 3FxloaB
Aatheeame litlucf broom can b purohajdaar.
where.
, Order left a t tlie iter ef 0, I. Wlllltmaon. M Ohio
Lette, or at the
MaaufMctorr.'oBrteBth tret,',btwta
nalkHI aadtJeiar.
Will ti promptly attendtd to.
Order by mart houll b addre to
VT.F. M'KEEaBHO.,
P. O. Kax .
BpUtf Cairo, lUiaoI.
-gILL HIADI,
AKD3, 4c
Printed at the oflic of tht Cairo illetln.
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
New DisiCGKRV i 1
Phalon's
on,
Salvijyiion for the Hair.
For Restoring to Gfbv Hair its
Original Color
Phalon's "Vita" differs
utterly from aJJf'tiic "dyes,"
" colorers,"tfnd " restorers "
(?) in use. It acts on a
totally dyfferent principle. It
is limpidfragrant, and per
fectly innoctftjjs, precipitates
no muddy or flaiJfcjjlcnt: mat
ter, requires no sharping up,
and communicates notain to
the skin or the liner). No
paper curtain is nccsaiy to
conceal its turtjlet'appcarancc,
for the simplereason that it is
not turitT It is, to all intents
and pujoses, a new discoviry
in Toil& Chemistry.
m Photon's " Vitalia" is
warranted to efistct a chance
in tlic color of
1 o days after the nrstlipplica
tion, rhe direction being
careiuiiy observe
IT IS AS CI
AS WATER I
AND JlAS NO SEDIMENT.
Price, Dne Dollar per Box,
CONTt xi.vo TWO BOTTLM.
Sold by alISDruggists.
If. your DruggilN has not
" Vitalia " on hanr write, en
closing Si.ooxJnd we will
forward it yrlSrncdiatelv.
(
Phalqjs 6c Son,
517 Broadway, N. T
t. Id. UMAwly.
FURNITURE.
S. HAP.RELL,
SKlLIX II
FURNITURE
Qnecnsirare, Har Fixtures, Ulassuarc
HOCUS PUKMHIIING GOODS,
Xmt. 119 and 1ST, Com. Ar. i CAIttO M..
mAflldU
CAS.
rjO GAS CONSUMERS.
Meaira. C 7, Ttxgn 1 Co sear torz'r cf ig!itJi
atreetaad Coman'f.nl afeane, taie tSKr..e-i then
a(Te with one of V. McItUd 1 (a i fefaJliklr
Meter Tetert. Pkrtiei diilliS- .tb tte re tr
mc of their meter ran sow bite ttera ut4. It the
meter are focal true the tsuJl x;s.t of the teat
iu b curx4 to ui pir.y cw. ., t ti meter
i lound iscorrect, nocnarze . i r avle ajlW
TI-IE and SUREST
REMEDY
r
OIT 1' H 33 A.G-33!
ENDER'S CHILL CURE
Conlalna au uIuIm r Araenle, i
la not fapleaaant im the T( , T
Cblldrta will take It teltbunt litilta
tloa.
T fOBMC iUU
MA.W EMINENT PIIYrNICI 1X8
After far trial, pronounce It the beat of all infill
cine yet known for theapeedy and certain oura of
FEYER and AGUE, or CHILLS and FEVER.
Chill and Ketrr are cauted frota a certtln poiton
eaittiug tolho atmoanhero kiioon a malaria, lire
tlacee the Titallty of the blacxl retartltthe actidn of
Uie diHerent organ, and caute Uilliouine, coiitl.
jxalon, etc,, aud In thl way prepare tnotytiem ior
any dleaiof amcro ,erioiia nature wnien may to..
3or. To atom fcirtho-trpuoin, tnc niieye voimeil
f tan a itaae, Uke
EM)EUS CH ILL OVRE.
It iMlinulate the organ to perform thir diflerenl
fun. jtlont, and act anantidoi to tne poiton which
cau tet tk Kerer and Ague, anil thereby rettoret the
ay' tern to health and tone: and a goodtonio uch aa
KNDER'S STOMACH HITTERS,
Wl I aire akengtk and appetite, will deilroy that
lI Hag of warini that olng o teniriouily to any
i waarctring frniallindneax. it ia klgkly
ft MaB4e4 forth eure of Dypptla,
aTaAL.K WCAUNKJW,
Aat i foreougka.celd, bronchltl and contumptlon.
1 mot to be urpatkd. A3 A T0W10 HKVERAOK
i It maequtlled, and I a ui prevontite agtiatt
Jl and Feter If ttktn regularly.
. r. H. BNBBES,
aull lv PADUCAH, KKNTUOKT.
m Kr Bait j BARftAT BROti, Ohio Let.
Cil-UNG.
EV CLOTHING!
Exr ory tHlnK 3fxrealbL
B1IKJAISS FOB THE PEOPLKl
llATln? closed out thlrol J tlock of Clotlilm. hir
I brmiRiit ob a
i.nrKc and Splendid Stork
. Whlihcwhro-os erery hind of
Fjtulilmiljlo Jllc inen'n Wcnr,
And such ttili diillf J torll cUif.
They would Mlc especial attention to their pplj' of
IXrvtea nxncl Oapu,
, In which Uur prufvti to ld lh mixket' AUa to
their
Piece G'ood.s,
I Which emlntot! All iityl "f Clothn, Cimintr I,
, Twaeitii, ti ., Iroin whii h tliojr manufwtiire
:i.OTIIIN(l TO OltDKlt,
:ti l!.e leit innner, find itrlotly fiuhlotinLU. Their
to I; if
ciitlcuieii'H FurnfHltiiiK Goods
U crytotntitete, including mwiy notcltiei Tet be
fore brought to this mftrkvt.
THL'MCS, ()' KVKItY STVI.E, VAI.MR8, OAltPFr
HACKd, KTL.
A.urtd of their ahllllr to icll goodafr-m thrirtiew
vtnek. chcuner tmn ever tetore. thr relrona dli-
orinilnntin; public to extend thi tti ptroge they
doerte. ull dtf
RE At. ESTATL BROKERS, ETC.
't WINSTON,
(Huccenor to John Q. lUnum k Co,,)
REAL ESTATE AG EXT
D
AtJOTION uxn.
Iluyt nd elli l!e&l Esute, pay Txn,furle
AUrU of T.tlt, nod crepue Coniejmaei of all
lidf. oac,.Vo.T4lJd fiooOUhio LT. mwllti
KA1LKOADS.
LLINOIS OENTHAL RAILUOAB.
Quickest Route froai the Suth
St. Louli, Loalirlllt, Clncluaatl, ChlcabOe
New Tork, lloitoa;
Aai
ALL POINTS EAST ANJ SORTH.
t'ute&str uia arriT t nd tar Ctir u foil
Malt
Kxprefi.
.!15 P. M
SU3 P. It
ARKtVK-3l3U A. f..
DKI'ART-UtUO A. M......
Both train eoostet at Centralia with traioioa U
TVTIti Zilme.
At Paca, I)tur, Blaomtcrtoa, 1 raao, L M',
Jteodou, rreeport, Galena, Pubaqae,
ton ui poi&u in
UttnoK, Iora, Mlantaota, Xliaoarl ai.tt
Wlacaaiiln.
Acd with lice riuuilng Kaat and Waat for
St. LotiN, Sprlnjileld, Loalirille, iaclti
ndti, InuiatupolLs aai clDDabt5,
Asd at Chicago with Michfgaa Central, Mlchigu
southern, and PitUburg, Fort Wayna and
ChKago Ra.ltetd for
DETROIT.
Cl.KAKL.vND,
nU.NKIRK,
LBl.ST.
BO-TON,
1'HILADEL.l'HIA
MAOARA FAI.L.1
KRiK,
iii ryAi.o.
NEW TORK,
it iiivnw,
BAI.T1H0KK,
WASH1NGON CIT, anl
All XOlZXtOT Z3aBt.
For throogh ticktli and nfarmatioo, apply
nilDOii Cenual Aa.lroiJ DepoU
W.P.JOU.HSC-K.
General Paiaesger Agent, ChWitga,
M. HCGI!tTT,GaeralsaprtaUaast.
JAMKi JOll.SsON, Agent, Cairo. lu Hdl'
pEN-N.-yi.ANIA CiCNTRALJ.t .
1 I) (M IH T It A C K .
01 3IIK the Skortcit Route to Xct York
At Piltibuig tria Ucm the Wetnin dl ret to the
uawn aepot. .e raoeoger for llarrli burg. B!u
mm.. Uak.hifivt(rfi I'hilM.lnii. VV. r. .1. it, . .
asd ailth lit 4 tjigland town, are truufrrred to
mSXHYLVAXIA RAILROAD.
ItilT TOU tiekelt for .New Tork. Philadr Inhla aad all
fint Katt. tia the PitUburg, Fort Wa.oe A Chicago
.nuiiiT i.ui, -uia weuirai iiauruwi, ioirainoi
H L I N O I N GEXTRAL
makaolotecocneetleniat Mtttooa a d Chicago; and
tr.e entire tnp to .New Tork it rnadr with ocly two
ElvKtuit Wide PaiNCjgcr Cam,
-wlth-
Ralacd Itoof aolprovel Meatel
Thet car are thoroughly ttntll ated asd provided
with erery modern Improte.nan t seceuary to the
uu uviiiiuii ui traveler
HTATK-ROO.1I SLEEPING CABS,
Woodruff I'gUnt,
Run through to Philadelphia on all Night Traia,
ui new iuhiw rniiautipn is ana AiieniAwn, wim
out change, affording Paitci.gera a uight of undi
turbed n it, and
Lauding; ttieiu In Vw ttr Tark Afacrs la
Arlvatice of all other I4aat
And In time to eure Hot el accomaaodatitn bafoi
the arnttl of tb paa engert by other reutta.
To Ilotton aad New En aland paatengtr thi rent
la etpeclally delrable,at itgltcathtm aa opportunity
of teeing the bnett t lew ataong the Alleghany
Mounlaim, betide ti itlng 1'itltburg, I'klladelphla
and Now York, WlUicut Kxlraoti.
aTar All New Koglar id panger holding through
ticket will be tranaf rred, with their bagglge, to Kail
and Host Connection , lo New Tork, without charge.
Four Daily TrJm LeareN. Y for Bxt.
Thirteen Rail r TralB Leare Pklladelphla
Kor Aoir ior:,
Via Jtrtey City and Camden and Am boy. Pittance,
jv miiea; lime, aoura.
Thi la the nl v route by which patteittr an reat
Chicago Saturday afternoon, in a through car. Thi
train Itarea th.e PitUburg, Fort Wayne tt Cklcago
Railway Denot at tJO n.m. and run throuib witheut
delay, arriving inhew Turk u iOO Monday meralng.
nour ui AUrasce or uiar liiaei.
Th V.OU n. ni. train from Caleato arrlt ia New
RorkatV:y.m. theHKCONU IAT. 11 1.11 Maura
In AUvnutxi of any other Has fa I with cor
rttpondlng r eduction to BOSTON. PUILAUKLPUU,
llAl.TIMUUl i and WAHIHNC1TON.
" l'ggre checked througU to all etatlcn en the
Mneol the Pcnnayltania Hallway, and to lUlllrnor
l'hiladolnhi aand New Tork. from Pitltburr. Cklcaae.
and all principal WeaternCitiea. . ..
o" Kate i of freight and expreia freight t any
Kaatern ikj Int. are at all tlmea aa fatorabl aa are
charged by other line.
"Tlirc luglj I
tieketa for aale at the nrlncleal oSeaw
In the We it.
x KUWAU It. ttlttUIAMB,
fleaeia) BuperinMndent, AllooiaPa.
T.L.EI MBALL, PattmgtrAgwt.ChlcHO.
I17W
SEWING MACHINEb.
ILLCOX & fllBBS
SEWING UMachinel
IS THE BEST FOB FAMILY t'lJE.
Yi
rill atlleh, Hem, Fell, Tack, Cord,
B-nnlifullr. It will, with the KlNKsT needle and
inreaii, run irom peneci worn en in norn i'iiinv.un,
otcrthe heatlett beater clolh and cowhide, with NO
ehangu of needle, threal cr tciition. It mil uto
euarte cotton, linen, allk and twine. It run eaaler
fater and tlller than ny other machine. It form a
flat, ten and elittlc teain.dinrring from every other
Mitch, oh lop being TWIaTKU br means ef
Tttc wnTiTiva nooit."
and drawing the twltt into the good, thus (rcurcly
fKnlng tery ttitch, to that tb am will ber to be
cut at frtiuent latertalt, aud In that ct oteli, the
tram It warranted not to rlpln wear, and under
all circumstance to "turylr th wathtub." Old,
worn out family girmeuti, botomt, pant, dreMen,
Ac, hate been ubmllted to Committee at PAIHN
where wat the (1REATKHT COMPETITION, and to
thla alltch premium hate been awarded for ll-
anperlarlljr, Hurablllly, fclaatlclly and
Hauty.
A ptntel detlc preteat tho pottlblllty of th
machine being run la the wrong dlrectlen, or.tlie
balanr wheel eter wearing or touching th drett,
viti. rvr,i mi uvvp ti LffT ut?nVn
lllf icf4,vijr. iAi.wt ?....
Thu aroldlng the great trouble of other machine,
NO IlftEAKINO OF NKKDIiEH,
The btad of tb aeedl I let Ikaa three-fcnrtlu
ef aa lack lng, and I itraight.
WHONO.
Aayoa may adjntt them IN THE PAHK. The
hem may b of any width. No other heaimer or fel
ler I like thit. ll turn th hem on the right or un
der (id a you want It.
It will drop Ml I Ultra, a tke aetdle It
alway aet right, th Mad abort and atralgkt, doe
Bt Tibrate, like lesgtr eat. They are
MANUFACTVaBD WITH M ATUIhfATIOAI. PRR.
CISI0K.
Hence, eaek part ia laUrchangtabl anu can be readi
lT;rplacd In cue of accident. It will lat a gtnera
len. If properly cared fjr. None wh ha uted it
caa be aertuaded to ut ant ihr.
Th reendae, etinnttt, dnrtblllty imi beauty f
iw aims.
WERE NEVER EQUALED.
It EAPID1TT, ABSOLUTE BTILLNEK3. EA8E
OK MOTION, narrewrrta and neatnen oflttllEM
and FELL were aewar approaaked by any other
tnachln.
The l'BEFS nnltaraally cronoune thi the BEST
FAMILY HEW1NO MACHINE IN THE WOIILU
Whaieter th merit of the other machine. II la no
ditperagement to lay th Wilcox A Glbb It worth,
fer family me, doable that ef any other eter cflrred
tothepuUle.
It reccitrd the flold Mtxlnl of tke Amr!an In
titute the F1IIST PUEMK'M for
"THE nraT bEWINQ MACHINE,"
at th great New England Fair th Vermont Htate
Fair the i'annayltani btatn Fair Ike IndianaUUt
Fair the W tcontta HUte Fair the Michigan btate
Fair the Iowa btate Fair and at oter 0 County
Fair throuihout the Wrtt making more Firtt Prem
ium ttu wcr taken by all other be Ing Machine!
together in the tame time.
It Im bow the Great Leading; Faralljr Sewing
Machine.
ALL OVER TUB WORLD.
W take other makine In x-Mnr. Vi'n tell
Oil.CoTToa, Sue. Twur aid Nodlci fui etery kind
of swj Machin.
A cent Wasted. Term te Agtntt, docnptne
circular tad ipeemeci of work, tct fre by mail, oa
receipt ef tump, or hd ef
CORNELL, WARD Si COM IXG.1,
GENERAL A0ENT3,
tU Lake Slreei. Chicago, linuit.
LUMBER.
B
OAT LVHBER,
W M. NEWELL,
W holettle and Xetail dealer ia
HARD AND SOFT EVMRER
Of all dn-rlptlntt. HUanbaat Lumber tawed
to ordtr on tliort notice. Alioagnerl attortwent
n hand ia yard.
NOTICE-Ord.ft left with 0. T, Calking, Agent,
wul b promptly Slled night or dy. janlltf
g "VTALTEB8.
BW
ZZaaoccl xid Wo ft I-txa.xn.l3or
rf etery deMHvlkia,
LatX. Rhtaalea and Cadar Fottt.
TARD AND OFFICE Career Comantriia atenuc asd
Ttalh ilrttt,
CAinO,.-,... ....... IXI.INOLS.
Ord.rt tolielted and promptly filled. Bteamooat
Lumber furnuiiej on thurt nolle. oIU-m
"yIIiLIAil SV. THORNTON,
WhoUtal and ReUil Dealar In
IX m Y3X( flUxlnajloa.
LATH, TIMBER,
Cedar raeta, Daara, 8ah, Blind aad Wl
daw Ulaaa.
OMce Tenth Street,
etweto. CcmmroJal aad Wuhlatrtor Artnut
OAJRO, ILLINOIS'
Aaaar tea
Hock Mir foptr Gumpantft Shtathing Felt
ai
DUAH.TZ CKMKHT.
II. W. Jolm'a IiaprOTed Roofing
au
Aabatoa Catueat alwraya aa haad
Jn large or imall quantltl.
dwt.1 ll'U
JOB PRINTING.
JOB PRINTING,
CHEAP FOR CASH!
aula! Cards, (Brlitel) tlta $7 iter 1000
Hlcaaaboal BUI lie ad a . 9tl par I0OO
Eavelaeea, . . . to fa per 1000
111 Head, ..... 19 par fleam
iker Wark la I'ropartlon
WE MUARAHTEE 81TI9FATI0K.
BOOK MD JOB OFFICF
MraU'a BiUiUft Tcatfc t...
CAJRO, ILLINOIS.
I!
MEDICAL.
R. JOHN HULL.
DR. JOHN BULL
MANUFAOTUllKU ANN VENIKU OF THE
Oolotoi'atoti
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP
FOK THE CURE OF
AGUE AND 'FEVER
OR DRILLS AND VEIL
rpHK proprietor of Ihl relclirated medci'ne Juttl)
J daimt lor itaauperiorllyorer llrmed!rt eter
Otlcrrd to the public for the ujt, ttrtain, tflldf iJ jir
mantrl itr of Ague and Fti-r, or Chill and Feter
whether of tliort or luug itauding. lie refurt to th
entire Ueitern und feoutriwealem country to lar him
tettimony tu the truth of the attertion, that in no
co wluutcr will It fall lo cure, If the direction eie
trictlv followed and carried nut. In a great many
catet a inglo doto ha txen ilfflclent for a cure, and
whole famiile hate been cured by a tingle bottle,
with a perfeot restoration ot th general health, tt l,
howeter, prudent, and in etery e- laorn certain to
cure, if it ute l. continued in imnller doaet for
week or two After the diteane ha been checked, mere
etpeclally in illtllcult and lone ttandlng rae. L'.u
ally, tbi rnedlcino will not require on) aid to Leep
tno timet in good order thoiild the patient, howet
rr, require a cathartic riK-dirim-, afier hating takm
three or four do.et of thi Tonic, a tingle dote ot
ItnU'a Vt-Kctaldtt l aiully Fllla will U aufb
cient, Ml. JOHN Ht'LL'H PrlciiMloUlcet
SO. 10 1'111'H, (CroiM Street,)
XaovLlauxT'lllOe EC jr.
33T7XjX4'ia
WORM DESTROYER
To ily United Statu and Wwld'Vid
Header:
J HAVE receited many teitimomal lroni prof
lonal and tuedicil men, tt my almanac and Tari
out publication bat ihown, all of which are genuine,
'1 he following from a highly educated and popular
pbytltlan la Georgia, i certainly opo ot lb unit
temtble commumeation 1 hat eter receited. lit
Clemciit knowt exactly what he ateak ef, and hi
tettiinony deirrtet to m written In letter of cold,
Hear what the Doctor t.y of atull'a Morta iJea
troycr:
Villanow, vaiaerCunty, Oa., I
June W, UU. I
Ihr. Joua IIiil Dear Sin Ihat rectly gitea
your "Worm I'ettroytr" teteral trial. an tnd it
wonderfully etccdcicu. It ha not ftlltd in a iugle
intlanie to hate the withol-fur edevt. laindoibgt
pretty Urge county prartice, and hat dai'y ut far
aoum ariicie of the k.nd. lam free Utcoufeo
Jiat I know of no rerardy recommended by the a bint
authonllt't that I .oceiuin and t-eely Inlta eSectt.
On the contrary, thet ate uncertain in th eitr.ru.,
My object in writinc you it to nd out upon what termt
I cn get the me li inr dire tly fretu you. If lean
fet It U J Kill e..y t.rtnf , I titan ue a great deal of ll.
am aar liul the 'tie ' 1 1 tiari.cif.it contrary to
thteehingt and prad.ceof n great majority of th
rr.larlinr dm aiding a remedy wh.i.li we know w
Uj tuSicient, timply Uaut we mat t. ignvrantof Itt
combination, lor my put, lhatlniak itaru.to
u.ealland etery mrant lo allttiata uSnng human
ity which I may U able to command not belittling
becaat ttai on more Ingenion than my lf hat
Itaaed It erfecia Srtt, and eured the tol right to
aecor thatknewledge. lteweter, I am by no mean
an adtecal or tupporter of th thoutand ot worthie
nottram th.t Coud the county, that purport toon
all manner ot diteaae to which leth i heir. 11it
reply toon, aad inform me of tour beit termt.
1 am, tlr, tery reipectfufly,
JlJLlL'bP. CLEMF.NT, M. I).
SARISAPARIJLLA
A GOOD REASON FOR THE CAITAIX'S
FAITH.
Rad the Captain's Letter and t!i Letter
from hlflllotuer :
licnton lUrracki, Mo,, April M, 144.
DJt. JOHN U'I.I-I)rr Hlr: Knowing th &
clency of your Hiriparllla, and the httling and bene
Ccialqnalitle itKtete, 1 tend you the following
tatement of in) cater
I wat wounded about two year ago waa taken prl.
oner and confined for uteen month. Heine moted
o often, my wound Itata not healed yet. I hate not
at upaliiomeut inc 1 wa. wounded. I am .hot
through the hipt. My general health It Impaired,
and 1 need tomethlng to a.titt nature. I hat tnor
faith In your nartaparilla than lnaoylhig elte. I with
that that I genuine. Pleatx einret. me a half doaen
boltltt, and uUlxo OA IT. C. P. JUHNbON.
' Ht. Loul. 7o. '
P. H The following wa wntt.a April o, tM, by
Ur. Jennie Jehnton, mother of Capt. Johnion :
VR, JOHN ItULl-DearHIrt ly hutband, Dr. 0.
H. Johnton, WMatkillfulurgion and (ihytlclan la
Central New Tork. wh.ro he died, leaving the. abot
O. P. Johnton in my care. At thirteen year of age.
he had a chroma diarrhea and tcrofula. fur which 1
gate him your Kartaparilla. IT CU1ICI) HIMi, 1
bate for tcnyr recommended it to many In New
York, Ohio and Iona, for ecroful, feter tore, and
general debility. Perfect tucceit ha attended It.
'! turu JnUdl nmtttuu e acre' d jmr mtm
tea i tlmtu wrtnlM. 1 am very aminua for roy aon
to again bate recourt to your rJar.apariUa. 111
feariul of getting a puilou article, hence hi wr iting
in you for it. Hi wnundt were urrlble, bat I beliete
h.-.ll rioter. ..pcMk.lly.JKWaflR Jwmo
BX7XjXj'
OEDROIST BITTKRS !
AUTHENTIC DOCUMENTS.
i
Arlumaas JxmxX from
TeillBtoiijr efMadlcatl Men.
tltony Point While Co,, Ark. May St,
Dr. Jona ni tL Dear Sir: Last February Iwa at
Loiilttille Durohaaimr druc. and I got aonia of your
Daraaparilla and Ccdron Uilteri,
my on.i-i-n, wiiv "a1, .mi inn in iiio irr, paa
been down wlfi the rhcuuiatltrn (or tuni tiia. com
mi.ni'cil on the Hitter, and toon found hi aeneral
health Improved.
Dr Glt, who hat been la bad health, tried, fbw,
and he alto improtod.
Dr Coflee. alio hna been la bad health for aeieral
year t'ematA aad ftrtr atlected ha Improved Tery
muoli by the utenfyour Rittera, Indeed the Cedran
llllter lu g;lten)'ou great popularity In thi ttle
rnent. 1 think I could telle great auanlltr of your
medicine thla fall eanrcijllv th Cadron illll.r and
banaparilla. hhipmoru Mmpal care of Blcketti
eiy. no.peciiuuy, . '
Prapawd by DR, JOHN BULL at. lil
LaboVatory, htlh Street, Louisville, y.
Vr 8nle by BARCLAY BUOS
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