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ta health, and K yon aro without II yon can neither
tM's. borrow, buy nor ateal It, but you can obtain I)
by usln( Seller'a Liver PIU. They tono up the
Momirli and keep the buwola lu Rood order pro
ducts healtbv action In the liver, primula diges
tion and impa'rt vlorto the whole njwlrui.
Price y cent.
It, K. bKLl.KRM JkCO., Prop'ra. lMtujurL'h, Pa.
GRAVE ItOHUKH CAUGHT,
The most successful grave robber of Dip day I
DR. L1NDLKY. liy mcana or hta Hlood Searcher
be dm robbed tho frne of score who wen; dylnu
of Scrofula, Conaunvption. Hhernatlsm, Mercurial
dleeaae, Cancerous Formations, Tumor. Erylm
1m, Jaundice, Fever and Affile, and Genital Debil
ity. The blood If the life, aud Dr. Lindser'a Mood
uaM,i,u im tttm ,. nr.. i,r.,ui,tvitr ti II. Hunharil.
Hampdpu. Ohio, aaya: "Cleveland ptyslclana
declared my wife dying of consumption. My tue
una of Dr. Llndsoy'a Blond Searcher she wan re-
. j i, i. - r u ff.....Ld liliiitiivi fci. Ohio
ayt: "My son waa afflicted with scrofula of tho
worm torrn, aim pronounceo lutumuio
physician Ilia llfo waa saved by tho usu of Dr.
Lludacy'a Blood Searcher." A Tumor growing on
my head waa completely cured by thy use of Dr.
Llndley'a Blood Searcher. S. Saner. Pittsburtrij
Bolla, I'lmplea on the face. Salt Rhentn. Old
Soroa, and all Cutaneous Kruptiona disappear like
magic when the Wood Searcher la used. See Hint
our name la on tho bottom of tho wrapper. For
dale by all Druirpist.
K. K. SELLKKSA CO., Prop'rs. Pittsburgh, Pa.
J II, BRYANT, M. I).
OFFICE: Blfihlh and Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE: Corner Xinc-tevuth and Wash
ington. y II. MAREAN, M. D
Homeopathic Physician and Surg-eon.
Office 138 Commercial avenue. KoHidence corner
Fourteenth St. aud Washington avenue, Cairo.
y R. SMITH, M. D.
OMre and Koaidencr :
NO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREKT, CAIRO, ILL.
jyt. E. W. WH1TL0CK,
Ofticb No. vif. Commercial Aveime, between
Eighth and Ninth, Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE- Klclitk Street, near Commercial Avenue.
INEGAK & LANSDEN,
OFFICE-No. IV) Commercial Avenue.
(JAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE JJ. STATES.
I.RAVIt. LEAVES LEAVS
Foot Fourth at. Missouri Land's. Kentucky l.d'R.
f . t '
8 a. m. 8:10 a. m. 9 a. m.
10 a. m. 10:30 a. tu. 11 a.m.
i p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4 p. m. 4:1)0 p.m. ft p. m.
It. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS AKltlVI. TMAIN8 TtKPAHT
Mail.... 4:10 a.m. I Mall 7:t0p.m.
Ki-press 8:00 p.m. Express 1:10 p.m.
CAIRO VINCENNKSR. R.
Mail 10:00p.m. Mail 4:r,a.m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
Kxprcs Mb p.m. I Express 10.00 a.m.
Accota'dallon .18:55 p.m. Accotn'datlou. 2:15p.in.
GENERAL DELlVF.Itt open .:J0 a.m.; closes
:S0p.m.; Suuday: 8 to t a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a, m. ; closes
at Ik p. ra.
Through Express Mails via Illinois f'enu-al aid
Mini(ippi Central Railroad clone at Vir'M f. m.
Cairo and Poplar liluff Through aud Way Mall
cloaea at 12:40 p. m.
Way Mall via lllinoi Central. Cairo and Vin
eeonea and Mia.HHippi Central Railroads close at
9:45 p. m.
Way Mail for Narrow Gauge Ruilroad cloflea at 8
Cairo and Evansvllle River Route clones at 6::K)
p. tn. daiiy (except Friday).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPF.R OF AI.KXANDKR COITY.
Only Morninir Daiiy in Southern Uliioin.
Siunai Ornrs, i
Caibo, 111., April 11, !?.
Time. Bar. Tber. Uum Wild. Vet. Weathtr.
:4 m 20.70
S:46 " 29.77
Maximum Temperature. 620; Uiliiuium
perature, M; UaiuQill,0.31 inch.
W. II. RAY,
Serg't Signal Corps, U. 8. A
Mr. J. Mulcahy, of Commercial Point
wis in the city yesterday.
The last dance of the season at the
Kink, Thursday evening.
The lamo, the halt, the Bick and blind
all of us voted yesterday.
We met Major 8. O. Lewis, of Villa
Ridge, on the streets, yesterduy.
The last reception at the Skating Dink
will be given to-morrow evening.
Miss Nellie Kroh and Miss Atldie
Wilcoi, of the neighboring tnwo of Anna,
are in the city, visiting friends.
The last opportunity to enjoy your
elves skating and dancing in the Rink will
be presented Thursday evening,
A negro man whoge name ve did not
' learn, fell down in a fit at the Third ward
polls yesterday. His contortions.were fear-
Mr JM Abell's Utile girl who was well
nigh cured of that terrible ailmtnt, tho St.
Vitus dance, has suffered a relitpte, and Is
ow bad off as she ever was.
Mrs. John Henderson is lying unite
low from in attack uf paralyais. She lias
been confined to her bed from this cause,
lor a period of about three wks.
The ''farewell" skate and dance at the
Rink, to-morrow evening.
Mr. II. N. Wclton, the "artiht tailor"
was engaged yesterday evening taking leuvo
of his Cuiro friendn, intending to leave by
the mid-night train for Chicago, where he
will hereafter reside.
The colored vote, yesterday, was fully
150 totes heavier than ever before. Thero
were no stay-at-homes among the colored
sovereigns. Every man went to tho polls
and fully half of them stayed there.
The work of substituting new tics un
der the rails of the Cairo & Vincenncs rail
road, will be carried forward until
Thirteenth street is reached. Reyond that
point new ties were laid nbout a year ago.
Considerable solicitude was felt for
the safety of tho excursionists who lett for
Metropolis Monday afternoon, on the tug
Ariadne. The fierce wind storm that aroso
in the evening, rendered the trip decid
The contest fur aldermauic honors,
yesterday, was unusually active, especially
in the first and third wards. The oppos
ing candidates had their friends at work,
aud a very decided warmth of feeling was
manifested all day- notably so up to 1
o'clock in the afternoon.
Our correspondents will pleose remoin
her that we do not undertake to return re
jected manuscripts. If any such manu
script is preserved during a period of twenty-four
hours, it is the result of a happen
ing, and not of purpose. Manuscript used
and unused is disposed of daily.
The concussion created by the report
of the cannon fired near tho Atheneum
cracked the glass in quite a number of the
neighboring doors and windows. The at
mosphere being very heavy the concussion
was exceedingly severe within a circuit of
a hundred yards or more.
Late Monday night an intoxicated in
dividual was found lying on Eighth street,
hatless, coatless and very drunk. His
pockets had been pulled wrong side out,
which was accepted as an intimation that
someltody hud "gone through him." His
friends took him in charge nnd bedded
him for the balance of the night.
The Metropolis excursionists speak in
enthusiastic term, of the courtesy and
warmhearted hospitality shown them by the
Metropolis people with whom they were
throw n in contact Monday evening. Dar
ling thedangers and unpleasantnesses of the
the trip up and back, the urTair was quite
all that could have been desired.
At the hour of sevon o'clock yesterday
evening, the saloons were thrown open; nnd
scores of men, as moved by a feeling of re
sentment, for being deprived of drink dur
ing the day, rushed in and drank often and
heavily, manifestly determined to make up
for lost time. liv nine o'clock men could
be met in all parts of the city, more or less
cxhilerated by strong drink, and an hour
later, not a few were helped to their homes.
A little girl, aged about six years, and
a boy about a year younger, were standing
by the post office steps, yesterday afternoon,
the dirtiest faced Youngsters we had seen in
many a day. The boy's face was complete
ly masked by molasses, bread-crumbs and
dirt. The little girl's face was an exact
counterpart of the boy's except in the mat
ter of a swipe across the mouth that dis
closed patches of flesh on either cheek
the work, no doubt, of the dress sleeve. As
the little boy was in the act of ascending
the steps, the little girl cried out, in a voice
that attracted general attention: ''Why,
Johny; you mustn't go into the post orfiiee
with such a dirty face as that! Lciume go!"
And go she did, with a confidence in her en
tirely presentable condition that nothing
short of a looking-glass could have shaken,
About four o'clock yesterday afternoon
officer Alley assisted by the jailor, engin
eered a drunken man to the calaboose.
While we noticed quite a number of
sovriegns, both white and black, who were
visibly affected by liquor, the man above
referred to was the only "limber drunk"
case we saw from morning until evening,
This waB so because the many who are
given to over-indulgence in the ardent,
could not obtain supplies. The saloon
keejwrs maintained their troth with the
Marshal faithfully; and not only locked up
their saloons, but absented themselves dur
ing the whole day. To this fact arc we in
debted for an unusually peaceable election.
Considerable feeling was maintained, but
as evciybody was in his sober senses, the
feeling was not permitted to exhibit itself
iu noisy or routuous demonstrations.
Hon. U. W. Townshend, the able and
rising member of Congress from the 10th
district, has our thanks lor a copy of his
telling speech on the Army Appropriation
bill, The speech is cue of the ablest de
livered on the Democratic side of tho house.
Referring to this speech the Washington
Gazette says: ''Anionir tho inanv able
speeches made upon the Democratic Bute
of the House during the recent debate
upon the army appropriation bill there waa
none more perspicuous uor more emphati
cally to the purpose than that delivered by
tho Uon. Richard W. Townshend. our
young aud brilliant member front Illinois.
Mr. Townshend confined himself to tho ref-
uibuoii ot mr. uarlleiu s specious assertions
that this government would be "starved to
death" by the failure of the appropriations,
and that the placing of the repenl ot the
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOKMNU, APRIL 16, 1870.
bayonet-election-gag laws upon this bill
was "revolutionary," and he did it most ef
fectually, condemning Mr. Garfield, in fact
out of Ins own mouth and the record of his
own party, in a clear, concise and logical
sequence of fact nnd argument, and prov
ing himself a thorough master of his mil-
ject and a forcible aud eloquent speaker.
There is tho making of a statesman of the
good old school in Mr. Townshend."
About the happiest man we saw about
the Fourth ward polls, yesterday, waa the
individual who boasted that he was too
sharp to be shut off from his beer br
Mayor's proclamations or saloon-keepers'
pledges. Learning f the purpose to close
the saloons at 8 o'clock, he purchased a
whole keg of beer at 0 o'clock and con
veyed it ,to his room. "About every
twenty minutes," said he, "I go to my beer
and I dritik my six or eight glasses, and
have my fun by my own self. If my brother
should beg me for a glass I wouldn't give
it to him. I paid my own money for it
ami every drop of that keg I'm going to
drink by my own sclt and ltavc my own
tun, which I paid my own money for." An
hour or two later the "fun" seemed to be
giving way to a sleepy torpor, and finally
the funny fellow disappeared from the
streets altogether. This morning, racked
and maddened by a terrific head-ache, the
"fun" is scarcely worth mentioning.
-The Ccntralians have n way of their
own by which to keep obJectluiiaMe stran
ttora from LiivitTnrr in ifinip tuuldf A r-r.
..V',.. ... ,i..t .... - ' .
tain surgeon dentist dropped iu there a few
days ago and declared his intention to lo
cate, and at once commenced extending in
quiries concerning persons whom he knew,
personally or by reputation. He asked for
John Smith. John Smith was dead died
in December, of pneumonia. Was
Sam Jones still in Centralia?
No. Sam Jones died the week before
of typhus fever. Joe Cormiek was he
alivef No; Joe was dead died of pneu
monia. Was Pete Williams alive? Pete,
poor fellow, died the previous Sunday
ot bilious fever and so on to the end.
Ever1 person the stranger had ever heard
of, had died of diseases "peculiar to the
locality." Aud yet while recounting the
details of such fearhil mortality, the im
perhirbable Ccntralians insisted that the
health of the city was "splendid." The
dentist, concluding that he would find
some place where the "splendid" health
was not marred by so many deaths, came
on south by the first conveyance.
The l'Jth birthday of Miss Annie
Meyi-r. daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Herman
Myer, was celebrated in gtand style, on
Monday evening last. At an early hour in
the evening Miss Annie's friends and school
mates had gathered a whole house-full of
them; and a merrier, lighter-hearted crowd
of young tolks never congregated in Cairo.
Many of them brought handsome presents.
Indeed Miss Annie was quite overwhelmed
with the tokens of friendly regard her
young friends showered upon her, and w as
no doubt the happiest young lady during
Monday evening in all Cairo. IJy-and-by
young Charley Frank and Mr. IJorstadt
dropped in, aud to their really fine music,
the young people "kept measure,'' the live
long evening. Mrs. A. A. Alvord, Miss
Fannie and MUs Annie Alvord.
were there, and under their watchful su
pervision everything passed olf happily
and harmoniously as could have been wish
ed. And now that we have told all we
know about the party, it would never do to
close our notice without "getting into the
paper" the names of every lad and lassie
who was there to see and participate, so here
they are. Our reason for using the name
we do use, first, is that both her names
commence with an "A" so having justified
ourselves in that particular, we commence,
and go right nln-ad. Atldie Antrim, Viula
Antrim, Emilie Smith, Maud Lollin, Annie
Wilson, Florence Williamson, Mamie Strut
ton, Rella Phillips, Ella Relte McKee, Alice
Halliday, Gussie Taylor. Minnie Worthing
ton, Stella Ayres, Ressie Alden, Maggie
Royle, Mary Hunsaker. Kitty Kane, Minnie
Smith, Daisy Ellis, Wintie Dunning,
Lizzie Riley, and Maggie Rowley. And
now come the names of the luiys:
Louis Ayres, Lee Stralton, Oscar
Williamson, Bert Smith, Seymour Antrim,
Charles Nash, G. Tarr. John Tnrr, Ren
Taber, Woodie Rittenhouse, Willie
Feuchter, Walter Bristol, Willie Riistol,
Gus Smith "and," so the list that was
furnished to us, says "many others." We
have only to add thut if any of the little
people are deprived of "immortality" by
tho miss-spelling of their names, the fault
is not ours; but another man's.
Thk cheapest method to cheat tho under
taker (who is geuerally around when
coughs and colds prevail), is to buy ifhd use
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. It always cure.
A. IlALl.tY, tho Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stove
are among the latest ami best patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Bold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Hreceh load
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc, toil
everything else low to suit the times.
A NEW CANDIDATE
For popular favor is the elegant ud un
approachable de Joinvllle scurf, to he found
in Cairo only at A. Marx's, it i,tt thing
of beauty mid strictly stylMi.
The contest that closed at 7 o'clock, yes
terday evening, was one of the most remark
able, in many respects, ever held in Cairo.
Thero wero no rich goals at the end of the
races that wero run, yet never More wns
the contention for the prizes so animated
The contest for the Mayoralty enlisted
tho feelings of our whole people, and so
deeply interested did a number of the
friends of both candidates become that
they abandoned their usual avocations and
devoted their whole time to an advo
cacy of the claims of their respective
favorites. These efforts culminated in a
series of the most luigely attended public
meetings ever held in the city. Voters who
were abroad came home and those who
were working outside of the city were
brought iu, and thus quite every voter that
had any shadow of a right to vote, was
brought to the jmjIIs.
Next in interest to the struggle fur the
Mayoralty was that for the City Clerkship.
For this office there were nine candidates,
up to the eve of the election, when Mr.
Leander Axley withdrew, leaving eight.
All these candidates were poor men; but
made up in industry for any lac k of means.
For the office of City Treasurer there
were five candidates, two of whom were
quite active during the week preceding the
election. During the day, yesterday, all
of them put in full time, most industriously.
The contest for the City Attorneyship
elicited but little feeling.
The vote, us will be seen by the returns
given below, was the largest ever thrown
in Cairo, and certainly represents the full
votin; strength of the city, lbre is the
FOIl CITY CI.tr. K.
W.F. S huckers
J. .1. Phillis
Jutues N'ott ,
F. S. Smith
A. S. Robertson
Li uis L. Davis
Win. II. Howe
FOIt CITY TilKASlUKK.
M les W. Parker Jifj
Edward Dczonia ljj
I'.L. Rristol 'o
F. M. Ward 4
FOU CITY ATTollNKY.
Win. Hendricks let
P. C. Rush a
J. R. Cunningham
M. J. Howi.ky 13 )
I'ctcr Saup :i
2!. 11. Thistlewood 1ST
W. F. Schuckcrs T,i
J. 15. Phillis 73
J nines Nott 70
A. S. Robertson
Louis L. Davis
Wm. H. Howe
Foil ( ITY TItKASI KKIt,
Miles W. Parker
W. L. liristol
F. M. Ward .
FOK CITY ATTOK.NtT.
P. ('. Rush
J. R. Cunningham 02
FOR AI.DKHMAN, FCI.L TF.RM
D. T. Linegar
FOR ALUKHMAN, ACAN V.
C, R. Woodward,
N. li. Thistlewood 200
Henry Winter US
FOB CITY CI.KKK.
W. F. Schuckcrs C"
J.R. Phillis 70
James Nott KM
F.S. Smith 4o
A. S. Robertson 10
Luis L. Davis 4
Dennis Foley CO
W. II. Howe 7
FOR CITY TKKAM ItH.lt.
Miles W. Parker 7:.
Edward Dezouia I2il
A. Comings 33
W.L. Rristol... Ill
P.M. Ward 0
FOK CITY ATIOK.N KY.
Win. Hendricks 230
R O. Rush 67
J. R. Cunningham 22
John Wood 174
Egbert Smith 184
N.D. Thistlewood 172
Henry Winter 180
W. F. Schuckcrs 21
James Nott 75
F.S.Htnlth ; 46
A. 8. Roltcrtson 4
Louis L. Davis 4
'm. II. Howe 21)
FOR CITY TltEASl'UER.
Miles W. Parker 133
Edward Dczonia 99
A. Comings 45
W. L. Rristol 38
F. M. Ward 40
Win. Hendricks 123
P.O. Rush 203
J. R. Cunningham 19
' , FOR ALDERMAN.
Ohas. O. Ptttier 194
D. J, Gallia
N. R. Thistlewood
Henry Winter ',
FOlt CITY CLERK,
W. F. Schuckers
F. S. Smith '.
A. S. Roltcrtson
Louis L. Davis
Wm. H, Howe
FOR CITY TUBAHl'KER.
Miles W. Parker
W. L. Rrihtol
F. M. Ward
FOR CITY ATTORNEY.
P. C. Rush
J. Ii. Cunningham
Ernest Pi tt it 100
FOR CITY TREASURER.
W. W. Parker
W. L, Rristol
F. M. Ward
FOB CITY CLERK,
J. R. Phillis
F. S. Smith
W. F. Schuckers
W. II. Howe
A. S. Rolivrtsoii
Iouis L. Davis
Leamler Axley ( withdrawn '
FOU CITY ATTOUNEY.
P. C. Ru.li
J. R. Cuiminghaiu
The following gentlemen were elected
Alderman: lt Ward, Michael Howley;
2d Ward. D. T. Linegar. full term; C. R.
Wixnlward, vacancy; 31 Ward, Egbert
Smith; 4th Ward C. O. Paticr; 5th Ward.
Ernest R. Pettit.
I.oi'.ii.i.ards Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's N'ckle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Knr-ineyer's ot fac
Foil First Class day Imard for 18.00
per month, go to the Planters House.
Lawks Straw Saehels, fancy wax fruit
Baskets, willow fruit Stands. School Rags,
Handsome Rrackets, all descriptions. Pic
tures framed very cheap, at Ford's. Com
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten nuts, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents. r anything else in
the tonsorial line, renumber the place to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 142 Commer
I JI PORTAXT TO MK.Vr.CO.WM F. R.S.
M. E. McCainmon, of Metropolis, has
just opened a first class lutcher shop at the
corner of Nineteenth and Poplar street,
where you can buy the be.it beef in the
market for 8 cents per pound, C. O. I).
Pork, 0,'.j cents; bacon, H cents; sausage,
three pounds for 25 cents. AM are invited
to call and give him a trial. Meat delivered
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Notr e. to all wiiom it may concern:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or uny one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Rt'RNKTT.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
5i " " " Note Heads.
5 " I.innen Letter Heads.
3! " Linneii Note Heads.
The rest quality ol paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
5-i pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 16 pound Bill Heads all size's.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing f 1,00 extra.
Ruling nnd Rinding, all kinds at The
Envelops printed at the IIli.i.ktin office,
$1.00 per M. Envelop furnished at St
Louis wholesale List prices for the next 30
gADDLERY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KI NIVEAU, '
In ttie old Lmiwijj i Rpurwart stand, near tie
Arab Knins Home.
f prepared to do all k!rr!nf work In ,'Bke'
1 flieeply, expedlelonnly.aiid la 1 thorough worK
tnanllke tununer. He Invtea oatronaira H""-
auiefj atliiauluu iu ire') parllilr.
WANTKD AO K NTS.
flOtofli duyeaallr made. Call from 9 a. m
to 4 P. m . H.ll. SNOVELY.
l'l ni.KJ SALE.
The dwelling houw altuated on lot IM.hlofk 70. In
the aecoiid addttlou to the illy ot Cairo, froutln" on
Cedar atreut, near corner of Tenth street, will ho
Holdonorbeforo Saturday, the lllth duy of April,
Three year'a leane of lot.
m , PETER ADAMS, Owtier
TOM WINTER, Agent.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
SIBSTITITE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS
Mutual Aid Society
Organic! July lltli, 11177, Under tho Lawet
the SUite of Illiiiok Copyrighted July
9, 1377, under Artuf I'oiigrewi.
WILLIAM STRATTOS. Par-masT
Mm. P. A. TAYLOR. - Vici PtuMinasT.
J. A (JOLDSTINK. - . TKBAst'ltiR
On J. J.uRDo.. Mm Aimv.,.
tuojiao l.EWls. - f.aiiiTAHr.
r.OARD OF MANAOF.RS:
r 1 'inti.v .... . t -
,1 u. wiwu.s. 1 njpicisii i t:ro.
.Mr. I. A. lAlUJIt. !UMTIDteutli-nt of
Scholia, Aleiauder Countv
Mr. K. C. FOKD. Varietv Ur'arket Store.
J. A. l.OI.DsTINK, of (i..li!irie k Ho
n uwater, Whuleaale aud Retail Dealer
lu Staple and Fabrv Dry liood ....
N U. TlllsTLKVtOOD. of llinlle A
Thltle(MKi. ComniUi'iiiti Merchant,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor
S. I). AVERS, of Ayrra & Co., Commit.
THOMAS LEWIS, In.utaure Manager
and AHoruer at Law
WM. sTKATtON.uf Straltou 4
W holeriale OnirerH
OEl). M. ALDEN. Cuannilon
rhant, 78 Ohio I.evee
JAS S. RF.ARDEN. A.-bt Mi..i-,i.,i
Valli v Transportation Company
llAI'.llNo.N ROUT, Wauhmakcr and
CH AS. H STI'ART. Whole-ale nd Re
tail Drv Ouod" mid Notiiiiin
EDWARD A. RUDER. Mauuf.n-turitii
.Iewler and Wholesale Drsier lu
Watchmaker' Tools mid Mvenitis,..,
EDWIN K. KLNEW. Proprietor M
HAZES LED. IITt)N. Commission M. r
Dr EDWARD I! RuK. f. V
Southern Di'trirt ILiriui
. .sprtuttti -!).
Mrs. S. A AVEIfs, , ....
Or R s. liltli.llAM. Pbviclni
. Ills lildu'e.
Indiauaeo'ui. !:: I
.IAS M CiELA IT, Real
Rev, DAVID C. WELLS. Methodist
Minist.-r (iraod Junction. T-im
J.K.WtLLRY Merchant Mertdan Mjm.
KhVF.R AMI Alii F. PU.
CUKE IJV AliSOKITlOX!
Without Dosing-Thc Better Way.
LIVER & AGUE PAD
I Millll'tll.'ll Misfil'lit ii a '
150DV & FOOT PLASTERS
Medicated Foot But lis.
These remedies whichare the aide exponents of
the Cure by Absa'ption are opposed to Dosing has
been proved the cheapest and lt Effectual Rsme
dy for all Diseases Arising from Malaria or" adisir
drwcljstoniach orj.iver, tad it la a well known fact
tliultieurlyallthedlseaseath.it attack the human
body caa bo traced diiectly or Indirectly to these
It la known hy actual experience that there is mi
disease that attacks the vouth aud adultol both sei
esthat call even be niodllled by the use of dras.
but that can he acted on iu a far more satisfactory
and permanent maimer by the llOl.MAN I INKIi
N umberlitiH i 'iTm-n
ktiwli'ilicl to Ijm
"tfif KtiK'h of Mod icing, liuvo Imhmi Hhv
ntl under thn MIDI Action cifl'lH-w
If questioned, aead for our pamphlet, "Nature's
Laws," giving extended Inloruiatlon aud tost 1 in 11
uiala from the Ural people of Iho tuuutry, Mal'eu
The remedlea are aeut by mall, post paid, on re
rhipt of price, except the Suit, wukh Is aeut by e
prciwi at purchaser's eioense.
Consultation free, and solicited at oar office, or
hr mall, trlvln.fr full deacrlntlon of vour case.
DESCRIPTIVE PRICE LIST.
RKOL'LAI; PAD-ftf 00; Incipient diseases, first
stages Chills aud Fever, etc
SPECIAL PAD-$;l (l); Chronic Liver and Slum
acti Disorder, and Malaria
SPLEEN IIKLT- $r O0; Enlanred spleen and
Liver and ( bill Cake
INFANT PAD-81 N; Prevetilutlvu and care of
Cholera Infinitum and Hummer
Auxiliaries for Nervous
and Clrcu'atlve Tronli
lea throwing off ob
structlon and reinov
1 11 It tialna
Auxllarv for rolda, Nick
FOOT " pair 50c
box fl boxes, $I.'J5J extremities, etc
neaiiiiciis, no ni Dues 01
For further Information at to dlseasea reached hy
tho Pad aud ita Auxiliaries, consult our pamphlet.
HOLM AN LIVER PAD CO.,
Rooms 3 and 8, Slnger Rulldlng, St, LottlaJtn
til Oflrtl' '"1?'.,'1!, "111 talesmen want
)SlZUU"d ?,r"u 8,i!i,ln l)o,,i i,'i,,f". no
V-" peddling, Expense paid. Address
8. A. CFANT ft;,, 3, 4, fi & a lotu. m., nJ!
AO OLD PLATED WATCHES. Cheape.t n
Snth world. Samplo Watch Free to Aetit. Ad
Vudraa. A. C'OUI.'l'ER H CO.. Chlcauo. III. AU
cn"';., M,'ni1 "ml1 ,l,r ''"ok on
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