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OKKICIAL PAPER OK ALKXANIlER COL'.N't'V.
M.H. Uririvn. Ktlitoc.
1 ."'OH hi' Pit KM K J I'lxiK sol T11KKN (tHANl)
1 hereby annoiinci' mynelf a ramlli'.atc before the
p;oin. at the i nniiintf .Iiliic eleotlon. in the First
JnUicial Dli-trH t. for the. otllie of ,luili;e of the Su
preme court. JOHN 11. Ml I.KLV.
March V.lth IS71.
Zach Ciiami.kr says that the Hepulilic
is pajisin through one of its darkest hours.
But Zach only means t'.ie Ucpubhcnn party,
which is quite another tlniif;.
Harvard Com-huf. has adopted an in
genious eontpromisi! on the woman question.
Ita doors are thrown open to such of the sex
as are far enough advanced, that they iniiy
enter upon full collegiate course, and if,
at tho end of four years, they prove worthy
they will receive a certificate showing that
they have followed the course satisfactorily.
But the college, does not rerngni..' them
"officially." A number ot professors sim
ply consent to give private tuition to pro
perly qualified young ladies. They can re
ceive no diploma, whatever maybe their ef
ficiency. They arc only to have a certificate
but a certificate is something. It is an en
tering wedge as it were, nn J marks the pro
gress which women are making toward
L'mher education. Let them be thankful
for tliis; but let them not think of them
selves more highly than they ought to think.
After a while some kind, magnanimous
roan may say : "friend, go up higher."
David Davis made a grcit mistake when
lie surrendered his Judgeship for a seat in
the Senate. In the one place he was re
garded us a great and a pure man. and stand
ing midway between the conteiididg polit
ical parties he commanded the respect, of
lwth, nnd more than once he loomed up
largely as the man whom moderate men of
all shades of politics might safely support
for the Presidency. But in nn ill advised
moment he surrendered Ids life-position of
honor and trust for a six years' term in the
U. S. Senate. And now that he is Senator
what docs he amount to? lie does not en
joy the, respect and confidence of either
party. He lias not betrayed one single es
sential characteristic, of a great man; he
lias not taken a manly open stand on any of
"the important measures brought before the
Senate. He has originated nothing, has
liaid nothing and has done nothing that en
titles him to the thanks or admiration
cf anybody, and now that
it has become necessary for
him to assert himself he is playinir the
game of the "artful dodger." The impres
nion grows stronger and deeper, with us,
every day of our life, that the lion. David
J)avis is very much a fraud.
Til k first District or Southern grand di
vision of Illinois, is composed of thirty-six
counties, viz: Alexander, Bond, Calhoun,
"Clay, Clinton, Crawford, Edwards. KflSng
liam, Fuyette, Franklin, lallalin, Hamilton,
Hardin, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Jersey.
Johnson, Itwrenee, MadNnn, Marion, Mas
sac, Monroe, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, Ran
dolph, Richland, Saline, St. Clair, Union,
Wabash, Washington, Wayne, White and
Williamson. For this district a Judge is to
lio elected in June next, to serve as the
elective successor of Hon. Sidney Breese,
deceased. Judge John H. Mulkey, of this
city, Is the only candidal in tin (l,.d, ut
, this time; but it is not supposed that he
will bo permitted to run the race unop
jpotied. A position that pays f'),ij(io u year,
for nine years, will not be won by the mere
asking. Judge Mulkey will, though every
where recognized as the best man in the
district for the place, have opposition.
Wlio It's upponeut will be, wc do not
know; hut wo have ton much coiiUdi-neci in
tho good hciis(i and sound discrimination of
tin imojIi; to believe tlmt hi election will
lie impended, though opposing candidates
appear in every county ol'tliu li-tt rict .
A Rf.v. Mh. Plntf.com' is trying to win
notoriety in Chicago, by attempting to
"answer" Holt In,urciMll. Forming our es
tiniiiti' of tiiu in:in from ihecriticisnw of Ins
effort! in which tin- Chicago papers indulge,
! Mr. Pentecost is nut winning tin' kin.I of
notoriety Ik; sought for. One ol the ihihts
speaks of his answer as tho merest drivel,
and thinks that it is no womler that RoJ
Iiiewills flourish when the pulpits of
Christian churches are filled by men like
Pentecost. Another C'litor, innnifcsrly ex
asperated over Pentecost's failure, demands
that the man he squelched. And (pute ev
erybody agrees that Pentecost is a self-inflated
nincompoop, who amounts to no more,
in the hands of Ingersoll than a spring
chicken in the claws of an eagle.
This (the tirt) Circuit of the Fourth
Appellate district, is composed of the fol
lowing counties viz: Alexander, Franklin,
Hardin, Jackson, Johnson, Massac, Pope,
Pulaski, Saline, Union and Williamson
eleven counties. Taking the contest for
Governor in 1870, as the one most likely to
represent the relative strength of the par
ties, wc find the Democratic majority to be
ope thousand and thirteen. It is only fair
to say. however, that the Bepublican side
of the contest was wawd with unusual
vigor. Mne ol tlie eleven counties were in
a doubtful congressional district, nnd
monev and brains from abroad
were made au instrument of
great power in Republican hands.
"The odds," in the very impoitant particu
lar of campaign sinews, were thus largely
against the Democrats, yet they achieved a
very substantial victory. A like congres
sional contest was waged last year; but as
there were three ticket in the lield, it is
quite impossible to Use the result as datum
upon which to luiild conjectures as to tie
future. As between the Democratic and
Republican candidates for Secretary of
State the vote was so very close that we are
willing to call it a-stand-oll'. But a third
candidate was voted for. anil two thousand
nine hundred men, callintr themselves
Greenbaekers, supported him. It is now
well known that more than two thirds r,f
these men were of Democratic nnteceihnrs.
and that they will, now, or at any future
time, act with the Democratic party, when
they have no candidate of their own in
the field. This being trlle, It
is entirely safe, tw assume that tin relative
strength of the parties has not materially
changed since lS'i. The present is what is
usually denominated an " off year" one of
the years that inspire Democrats to the
faithful performance of party duty, and
smite Republicans with laziness, indiffer
ence and inertia. We have no feiits, there
fore, of the result of the June Judicial elec
tion, should the contest that is to precede
it, take on ii political nspeet. The Circuit
is now, as it was in 10. Democratic, mid
Democrats have the advantage of an "off
yc ir." But we repeat, for the twentieth
time, at leust, that we deprecate politics in
a judicial contest. We would
gladly aeei'pt a compromise ticket such a
ticket as the Executive committees ol the
two parties might agree upon; and '.bus es
cape an unseemly political wrangle.
It is announced that the Democratic Ju
dicial Central committee will meet in this
city this week. While wc tntst that that
committee will be able, wiliout precipita
ting a political contest, t ) so shape affairs
as to concentrate Democratic votes upon
the best men. wc shall, as the editor of a
Democratic paper, feel inclined to support
any reasonable programme it may settle
upon. If the half dozen Republ'.i an candi
dates, whip h tve no earthly chance of elec
tion, save through a bad split of the Demo
c.ratie vote, would withdraw and leave
Judge' Baker to the field, the matter would
at once adjust itself to the entire satis
faction of a huge majority of the voters of
Ihe circuit. Reusing to do this, the Dem
ocrats feel themselves called itpo.i to "con
sider of the situation," urul still do mi (hir
ing the present week.
Win- wiu. vor allow a cold In atl
vaiicc in your system and thus encourage
more seiintis muladif.s, such ns Pneunioniii,
Hemorrhage and hung troubles when nn
imiuei!itc relief can mi easily be attained,
Bosehee's (I: nuall Syrtlp lias gained the
I argot sale m the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and the severest hung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Boschee's famous (icrinan pre
scription, and is prepared with the greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ml
ministering it to the youngest child, as per
directions. The sale ol tin medicine is
unprecedented, Sinew Urst introduced there
has been a constant increasing demand anil
without a single report of a lailure to do its
work in any ease. Ask your druggist ns to
the truth of these remarks. Large Hize 73
cents. Try it and be convinced.
Yoc Mist Ccui', that Ccu:c,ii. --Willi
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has established the fact tlmt
Consumption can be cured, while forCotigU
THjTdAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases ol'Thro.it and I.nngs, it is abso
lutely without an equal. Two doses w ill re
lieve ycur child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take mid perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can cfTord to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what wc say is not true we will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. fillets,
and f 1,01) per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
IlAVKyou Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to sutler
when you can be cured on such terms a.s
these. Price 10 cents, and 7o cents. Sold by
Wki.i.'s Persian Pcrlume "Hackmetack"
is rich ami fragrant try it. Sold by Ban lay
TllK Mux CAN Doi.l.AR.What is the
difference between the Mexican dollar and
Tablcr's Buckeye Pile Ointment; One
does what it promises nnd the other doesn't.
The Mexican dollar says, "I am one hun
dred cents;'' but when you come to invest it
you find it, is only eighly-tive. Tablet's
Buckeye Pile Ointment says, "I will cure
you of Piles:" and upon trial it is found to
do so in every case. It makes but one
promise to cure Piles; and docs so without
failure. Price .'ill cents n bottle. For sale
by Barclay Bros.
ClirssKNs' CollI'OCM) 1 lo.NKY OV T.VIt has
been so long and favorably known that it
needs no encomium. For coughs, colds,
sore throat, honrseness,etc., it affords speedy
relief, and is a most pleasant and efficacious
remedy, honey and tar being two of its in
gredients. The skill of the chemist and
the knowledge ot a physician wi re united
in its preparation, the r suit being a com
pound which is the favorite remedy in this
severe cliiuat:!, and has no equal as a cure
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, bronchitis
croup, etc., Use Ccussrus' Honey of Tar.
Price .i0 cents. For sale by Barclay Bros.
QfF.HY. Why will men unoKe common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bros
"Seal of North Caio!ina"at the same piiic:
Ol'lt'K OK FINAL SF.'I TI.KMK NT.
KSTATl: OF MTIM.IAM IIIIAI KKN. lll ( I.A-t O
Stale of Illinois. Alce.niider comity. j.
To the heirs mill creditors of said ei-tiite:
Vou lire liereliv iiolitifd tli.it on Ttiesduy, tlie i.'ml
clav of Aptil. is;(i. liie iiiiioiiiisinilrix of s'nid enute.
will present to Die eouiitt court of Alt-voider
enmity, in I alio. Illinois. Iier tlmil report of
her uets ami rloiiiL' a men administratrix.
ami ask the ."art to he oi-ihar-ed Iron, any!
nnd ull furl her italics and resiiniisiliihtles coiinei i
ed with H.ii.leslule, and her iitluiinisinitjoii thereof,
at wlilch lime ,'iiul plui e, oti may lie presmt ami
resist such application if vou choose so In do.
I A fit M.IN l W AI.KKi:
formerly ('aniline bracken. AilMilni-lrao is .
By viiiiie of n specinl ex.'ciitlon lo me directed, liy
the clerk ol Ihe Circuit Court of AlcMind.-r l outily. iii
the Stale ol lllinids, in I'mor of iiud Rillenhouse
and .loseph II. liitteiihouse, n pariners
coiuposlnn the tlrin of Wood i I i 1 1 en hou-u
it Itro . un cl ic'uinst Samuel K. Thump
son. .lolin Siiiioil and Kdwuril 1'. (iilsoii. as pari
ners ciiinpo-lnt! the linn of S. K. Tlioinpson A ( o..
I tdlitll oilerforsiile at j ll )) if- M'lillllriit 1 1. msliTlr'
(iooroftlie t'ourl liuiise. in t In- i lly of Cairo.
C'omitvof Ale.vuiider und Slule of lllli.ois. on i;M.
TKN'Tll JIA V OF AI'I.'II.. A. I). Is7.
Ill II o'clock a. in., the follow inn descrihed property
li.-wif : l.u'1 iiiitiiliered thirty one cil) nnd thirl v
two (;iJi. in hlock iiinnliered fiirt -el'-lit i Is i. in liie
cin of i niro, countv of Alexander ami State of
Illinois. Iieletuf'ire levied Upon In men- the tiroll-
ertv of Kdward 1. O lson, under a w rit of attai n
in 'lit Issued otil of said t Irciiit Court Hi the in.
stance of said Kitlc iitmusc A' liro.. neainst said S
K. Thompson A Co.
lintcd Ihis l.MH ilitv of V'lrrh. A. I. lsrii.
.lollN lloliOKS. Sherill.
MUri'AI, AIP SOCIETY.
A sntSTITUTK l'OR LII E INSUR
M 1'Tl'AL All) SoclKTV.
(IlL'itnleil July Mill, ll'.TT, I niler ll.e I.iiwsol
I In- Suite of Illinois. ('iiiyi'i!ili'il .Inly
!, 1 1177. Illlilel' Ac! ol I onies,.
OI'l' lC i :t.:
WILLIAM STIUTTON. I'msioi si.
liis. I'. A. TAU.OIi. ii k I'KcsiniM'.
.1. liOl.lisTINK. - 'I iii;.si iiMt.
Iiu .1 .1. C"H:l(iN. Mm. Au'isiiii.
THOMAS I.KWIS. - S..'i:vr.iitv.
llOl!l) OK MAN AO Kits:
.I..I (iOl;l)li. I'hvslcian t'liiro. 111.
.Mrs. I. A. T'A Yl.oli. Supcnntcmlcnl of
Scliicils, Alexnnilei roiintv "
Mrs. K. '. KllKO, Variety llraelo I Stole.
.1. A. OOLDs'l INK. of (.old. line A (.
seiiwiiter. Wlmlesale ami HeliiM Dealers
In Stuple anil Fnnev lirv Oooils A,
X. II. Tlllsri.K('io)'. of 1 1 i ok It- A
Thlsllewooil. i on. in lesion Men-hauls.
I til li hi mii. I Tollm en l uctois
S. II. AVKKS. of Ayeis Co., Colnmls
THOMAS I.KWIS. Insiiriiiicr .Manui;er
and Attorney at .w ,
WM. STltAll'ON.of Stiutlon llird.
CiKll. M. AI.HKN. Coiniiilssloii Mer
cliaiil. 7H Ohio l.evee
JAS S. KKAUIlK.N. Au'elit .Mississippi
Vallev 'rransportallon ronipany .,
llAKItl.SliN Hul l'T, Watchmaker ami
( HAS. It. STUART. Wholesale ami l(e
tall llrv (limits and Notions
liDWAKI) A. UCIiKR. .MioitiracltiiliiL:
Icwolcr anil Wlmlesole Dealer in
Walchiiuikers'Tool" and MaliTlalo. . . . ..
KIWIS I!. Ftl.NUW, I'roprlelor St
Cliarlea Motel -
11 ,KN I.KIiillTON.C'onnnlsslon Mer
elliiut " ,i
llr. KDWAIIIl II. 1IOK. U. S. Miirsluii
Soulheiti District liliuols Sprlii'Mlclil in.
Mrs. S. A. AYKUS Villa Km'., ,." '
llr. It S. Illlli. HAM. I'hvi lan. Indliui,,,,,,!!,' I,i
.IAS. M, CIKI.ATT. Ileal lislale ' '
TUESDAY MORNING "Aim 3' J879
CAN MJttXEI) IX ANY I'KTUOLKUM LAMP!
Is the very Highest (trade of Illuminating Oil from which, in the process of manufact
ure, every impurity has been eliminated. ELAINE is free from Benzine
and Parafliuc. In color, ELAINE is spring water white, and its "lire test"
is so high as to make it as absolutely safe as any illuminant known. Hav
ing no disagrcable odor. ELAINE is a pleasant oil for family use. It
does not incrust the wick, and thus is avoided its frequent retrimuiin".
Ask For It. lTse Xo
Inferior and Cheaper Oils are ialsely oil'ered and sold as
KLAIXK. Pin sure vou are not Imposed upon. The dealer
wh o would deceive you in (hi, will deceive vou in other
KLAIXK XKVKK VAKILS IX QUALITY.
Ileeeived the following
FROM THE ORKHNAL JURORS or THE
v r.. i w r . I IVTI'llV UPlnC t t lu-tiineei, ,i- .
(,K. I h.NMAL IX lLKXATIONAL 1AI I ON 1 STC,
OXLY FIPST PKEMIDI.
A (iOLl) MKDAL
T'i'cjin I Usburo' IN)osit ion Society, 1875.
Adopted for the Inland
Lioiit House Department
The Bnard of
UNITED STATES STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
of the U. S. Treasury Department gives Elaine it- unciiudifiecl n cctntm tnhition.
BOARDS OF I I RE UNDERWRITERS
linoiighoiit Hie United States cndoise its ic and riitc it as sate as "as.
A 1 j m u Ii i
sir a ii; ut ni:i:!i,i:.
Mi s ii'l.i; TO Til I; MAI J
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Best Sewing Macliiiie in the World!
AgMis "Wanted IOvim'vwIhm'c.
WIIKKLKIl X- WILSOX
NO. Il'i NORTH
Other In Your Lamps!
Awards and Kiidorseinents.
IMJ'LO.MA AX0 MKDAL
Marine N-nicc of the
of the I'.mt.mi Statu..-
miOTI i i:i?s.
( 1 1 1 1 ( ' i s A lvi t s.
ma- ii inks.
N O. 8.
AWARDED A FIRST
AMKI.'li AS CKXTKNXIAI.
1 iT s.
Wl. Louis, JVIo.
Carper and Contractor,
i)P ON TENTH STRF.KT,
Cjen Waaliliiaton and Walnut.)
Estimm buildiiigs, on losses by lli'ft
or (rwisc nmcle on short notice.
1.1. wtitrusted to liltn will receive prompt
V allot ami wlU ho isei'UU d In a fat Maolnrji
fKINO AST) RKNoVATIMi.
CAN BK HEACTirCM.T
L) YD Oil ltEPAIItK .
, it Triflins Kxpi'iisf-C. (I. U.
CIIASllELLKY, NO. IJO KIUHTH ST.
I'lT" Ilea and Cents' old huts taadc, new
IIK.Ailli r viis.
N PARALLELLED OFFER.
A HELTKST TRIAL V.
OF oSK OF
' 111. KCRBUS'
We wi .Mid ouc of our IIKAI.TII KKhTOlt
INCI I'As to anv IuthIIiI arlllited with l.lver
Complali C llll.l.S and FKVKIt. 1SD1CIKS
I'lON, LtSTIVKNKss, .Nervoua lli-arttciir.
Iivspepsl, NcrtouH DehllltT and Inipuru lllood,
If' thev 111 send tin their f niplotiia and td
dress 'am a'ree to "end u JJ.ou if It i rTects
a cure t their eiitire snlislucliou. otheiis.
tlieru w ilhe no iharue. W e will do this lo ron
vlncK hi public ol the superior alue M a
OF OUK PADS.
Anil that tier will do all wc say. A thi orl'T
will Ue.esdri'.y lie limited in number, we hope,
therelure, i ear'r npplii atiou will lie made. Ad
drsss. ' crv liespectfullr Yours.
' 1)11 ii. W. FOIIl'.KS.
171 Kim street. Cincinnati, Ohio,
I'ht slcians sp ak In Term of I'raif Iti favor of l!i"
C'lvi iNVATI. June V, IS78
HavittK had some con-nlenilile cioaintncc with
the operation of the pa l. I can concleni inualjr
reciiinim ud It as uu excellent ri no iiv in ml the d;s
eaes for which Dr. Kirhes rntiii.-cls Its use.
1)11. J. IIAl.l.OWKi.I..
'.';i (nore Street. 1 iiicini.au
What Iter. Joseoti Kimry. th-' wellknotti Ciljr
I'im tsvATi. June .VI, ls'.'i
llasir had it ionr nc'iu.iii.taiice w Iih Dr ForVs
I am :.! isileil I ii u t w late, i r l.e reciiinni lids he dorw
so coiscieiii Ions j . i.n. I will i tiive nil thcr promise.
HK. .IOsKI'11 K.MKKr
Extrin from a few of the Munr Letters frisUi'ti'lv
rei -icd nt the ( itlii e.
Ore ay : "I f.-.l that our Pads have snwl uu
1 fe Another sa: " i.ur I'ml Im-j'J-t rearh.rd
my rase, ll lm entirely removed n-.r rostivenr--and
roiis'-ipteiit So k fleadai he. " Ai'other t rites
Yourl'ad atti-ndid -f rt. t ' to business, and in
f'Ttvei ;lil hours I felt as well aserer." Anolh-r
"Your Pad 1. 1- cured me ol l!ii;iousm- and a ti
pld l.i-r. I am l..-tt. r than I ha- h.-.-n -. iwi-Mt)
H-ars " S'.ill anotle r I ) an-et.iiured ull the
horror, yrow Im; out ol a torpid Lh- r n.d Dvspejsii
Alter Usmir our pad ail -e ills !. lt no . Otic
more: - I hinc c-.l n,r I'cds in, p.-riectlj satis
lactory resul.s, ami i I.i-i-rfn , : rn onu lid tliem to
ii .; '
Ohlaltied for new Imcutlo.i., i.r for iinproein.'nis
on old ote s ; er im-iiical ur o'Jh r com pun nil., trad--marks
anil ln!-e!. ( anal', .p-.i;iiiin-ij!j. lute'
f, ri-iie-. Appeals. Suit-, for I nir: nu'euiints. and
all cases arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
) att'-nili'l tn - Invention, tl.ut haielnsoi
l V I l.'l "F !' I ) h.v 'he 1'atcj.i if,!, may ml'..
Ill ill A I 1 i ' in m, ist i as,., he patent. s:l lo
us. Belie.- opl e:t tl I'. S. I'atent 1 hi t ini-u t .
mid iTiKut'ei! in i :ii--nt hnsiness evcliively, e can
make closer - r K s. ut:d sn are Patents unit
promptly, ami -.' u'i . ri..i(!' I i!aiiu. than those who
are relllot'- !..tn il a-liin-.'toll.
I V Y l'''l I ) IN " ""'d''1 "r -letrli o'
1" ' '' 1 ' "' youi -device; we make rt
niniiiHtinii" end .: e us to palcntahiiily. Iree o:
eliuru'e All 1 1.:'. -(. i. . in i' strictly coiiiiilmitiai
Price- low. iiinl i. ii i ieii::e iinle.s I'ntent is secured
We ret, r in .i-lii;,jton. lo !,in I'ostmaiter
Ci-tieral ll. M. K l..-v. 1. II. Power, Tl.e lo-rnnii
An er'i an Nuti. : k; Until;, lo ofla lals ill the V S
I'ateul c 'fl'ii e. i-' d to .- i.ators and Hi pr -seiitatives
In C'iiiiirre: at I -erlinly to our ell-nti in ever)
State in the t in- n am! :n i nnadn. Address
C. A. SNOW iV CO..
Oppo-ite r.itet;-, OlVu-e, l,:l.ii.nst,,ti, l (
fpo IS VKNTOLS AMI i i:i II N;i s.
I'ATKXTS ami l.o-.i to obrain them. I'ampl.-t ,,!
ui piu s fi upon receipt of stiiinr,. fur posiaife
Addr-ss cil...ln:K. sMi) ,v en .
Solicilois of Paiei.t-. :i .
W lll'IIL'tol. jl 1'
IMI'I.KIAI, (iliANT .
-I I'Kinoi: mt::itiin .iil i.n-
The Cicitt Mi'diciiiiil Food.
Th" Saltator For Invalids ,n the Aed. An
I ciinipnianei ,iiinent iiirtnei.rowili mid I'roter-
lion oi inianis ami t inieri'ii, , ?s 1 1 1 . r I o r
Nalritlve in C oiitlimed Fetus, ainl
Ilellnhle ttemei'dal Airi-til In ail iiiseascH of lie
Stomin h nnd Intestines.
''HIS justly celebrated HoTi:ne P;-'ah.tion is,
I In comlinsilloii. prim-lpallv the 10 n hs derived
li-iuii iheWarii; Wintkh Flint Wio.v, i khi.ai,, a
solid evtraci. the Invenil. n of mi eminent c liemist.
II hits not mil) Id-en lilyhlc rei-oniiueiideil, but ccr
tilled to by a lar-.'c number of ( Ii ists and Plit-si.
(hitis- repi-escntlinf u very ta f f -tt il"Lii e of nied'irnl
si'iem us the Safest. im Acceptable ami H.iicil
ble I'ood for llieliroittli nnd piolcetlon of In'nnla
and t hlhln n, m-il lor Volliera liulilnt; Kull.cietii
Sou: Islnm-iil for I heir oil'-iprliit;,
t tililie HioNe piepiirui ions made from miltral or
vinous tniilier. which art! llahle lo stltiiulnli ,e
brain and Inltiilu Ihe tllc;ethe tirjtniH, ll i-mhrar.is
In Its i lemeiilury composlllon
That which makes slroni; llotie and Mtisclr. Thai
which makes ijood Flesh and lllood, That whlrh Is
easyol Dlttealloii-net-er roiistlpiitlint, That wlilch is
kind and lileiiiily to I lie Drain, and t lint which aclsn.
Hprerenllrn ol those liilestlnal llisordera hiclden
And. w hile It would lie tllflleiilt lo rnncnlvcof nny
t It I ii K in Food or Desert m ore creamy and delicious
or more iiotirlshliii; mill Hlrentrlln nine; ns un all'
ment In Fevers, Fill iniimtrv t'oiuiiliilnls, llyspepsi i
Hiidlieueral Dobllllv, lis lt. hk. ,l khii-in ai. Kxchi
LKNCK ill ull Intkstin.w. I)i,ka-Ts, especially In
Dyst'iitcrv, Clironle Dlarrlicr-a anil (liolem Infnn.
t ii iii .
Has liueo InctinlcaUihlj Proven.
Sold Wholesale and
on moists and!
I'llINCII'At. CITIHH of Hi.. fsn'BD 8TATKH,
JOUS CAIil.E A sons. XKW YOKK,
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