DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1830.
NEWE SHIES NO. 238.'
of the leading tunilucsa bourn whose advertise
mi' iit may lie fuuml In Tu lli ixrriN .
CO. Puller t Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
0 HOC EWES.
1. D. Williamson & Co.
Yonim ii hroderlck. Wash. Ave., cor. EMilh.
Den-ila & O'Lotljfhllu, Poplar, cor Twentieth.
Dr. .J. H. Marcan: office, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr. W. r. Joeelyn. Eichth near Commercial
Dr. K. NV. Whltlock, LH Commercial avenue.
llobt Smyth, No. HO Ohio levee
11. II. I'Ktul.-c, No. TOOhlo levee flip Htairi1).
K'luitable. Life., or New York, corner Twellth auil
Widows mid Orphan Mutual Aid Society, Seventh
and Couimcrdul avenue.
-DUsHiGISTS-WIIOLKSALK AND KETAIL.
(ico E. O'lla-a, Eighteenth ami Commercial.
AlexiiiHli-r County Bank. Htu ami Commcrelal
City National. Olilo levee.
Champion. Tun " Mnies.
John Sprout, comer Twelfth ami Levee,
K C h'.jni. Comer Ninth anil Commercial.
-i F.NKKAL DKLIVUItY open . : W a. m.; clones
J Dt iDp iu.; suuilay: iott a. in.
Money Order Department opeii at 8 a. ni.; closes
TbPii-.i'b Express Mull via Illinois Central and
Issirs'.ppi Leu:r. iuiitr.iuu l"- ;
i'.i... S, i',,:ir fiititT Throuirt ami Vuy Mail
lone at !:;: '.' p. I" , ,, , . ....
Way Mll via Illinois Central. Cairo arid In-
' . ... 1 .... .....I lf.fln.ulU rllt.l fit
ii u" aim jiiiHMMHi'i'i .eui ,... -
'Way 5':'. Co: Narrow fiance Railroad closet at S
' lV.ro std Evavi!! Hivr Route clow, at :
p. tu. (iaiiy I'-Xeept Friday).
Mayor- N B Tulstlewood.
Tr'-astir-r -Edward D-.ouia.
Clerk Druiiln. J, r'olev.
I'oanrelor m. B. iiibert.
K'iaku or ai iir.ime.
Kirt Wird-M .1. Ilowlcy ...
hecond Ward -David T. Linear, C. 1! Wood
TMrcl Ward-W. P Wrk'ht. Ert Smith.
Fourth WtirdCU:irb' 0 Patier. Jamen hynaston
Filth Wid-T. W. llaiilday. Ernet h. 1'ettlt.
rirrtsft Jiiilue-D. X- lUker.
Circ-nt Clerk -.1 A. Ifc-ivc.
County Judie-H . oiuru.
Coucy cierk-S. 4. Huiiimi.
Coontv Atioruv W. C. V'lik'V.
Couniv Tr aurlT-MiU W . Par r.
hberid John Ili-d.'e.
loroner-H r'.tz'.va.c. , ,,-, , .
County Coiutni'-ioneri 1 lia..iuay. .i
M. ttititm. amuel lirii'-y.
( Ill KCIU.s.
AFHICvN M E. -Fourteenth strc-t. between
Walnut ami Cedar streets: rvieen xahbath 11
m. in. and 7: p. m ; Sunday School 1 p. in.
CnUISTIAN-EUbteenth Hreet: meetins; Sab
J hath li:: l in. ; preiichlliu (Rca-ionar.y.
iHLMtcil OK THE KEDEEMKH-Eplicopal)
J Kourteetitn otreei: Sunday Mornini; prayern
10 W a. in.; evenltitr prayra. ' ::4i P- m : Sunilny
rchool H i) a. m. El idny evening prayer , ::' p. ni.
T'lKT MISSIONARY HPTIST CIU'RCH.
I" l'r. achin'j at !0: i a. in.. 1 p. m.. and 7:;to y. m.
Sahlmth echoo! at 7:10 p. m. Rev. I. J. Nhore,
I rrHERAN-Tliliieetun itreet: rvire Sab
I J hath rl a. tu.; Suuday echoo'. i p. m. Rev.
MKTHODIST-Cor EiL-hth and Walnut "treetn;
Pn-achlni SaMia'h l'":1 m. and 7 p.m.;
prayr nieetiiu;. Wednenday 7.H' p. m.; Sunday
fcthool. S a. m. Rv. Wbinaker. pa-tor
1JRESBYTEKIAN Eighth treet; preail.lnir on
Sahhuth at it :) a. in. and 7:p. m : prayer
mwtlni! Wedneadnv at T::tp. tn.; Sunday Sehool
at S p. ru. Rev. H. Y. tieori:-. putor.
OECOND PKEE WII.I. BAPTIST -FilWUh
O tr'et. between Walnut and Cedar meet; ser
vice Sabbath at I and 7; So p. in
ST. JOSEPH'S--) Roman Catholic) Comer Cron
and Walnut htn-et-: i-erwc Stbhath P:ia.
ni.; .Sunday Kehool at ti ,i. m.; Yeper :i p. m.j er
n e every day at S p. ni.
ST. PATRICK'S -(Roman Catboliei Corner Ninth
street and Wa'biuirioii avenue; aervice S'ih
natbSaud 10 a. in.; Ye-pern :1 p. m. ; Samlay Mw'l
8 p. m ; servb es every day at 6 p. in. Rev. V. Zabel.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
m m iM .1 Mti IM u J--r mr mm mi' 1 . Ii - aL
w w w if u w " m
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and' Chicago.
Tli Only Line Kuuninar Two Daily
Trains From Cairn, Makinir DI
ItKCT C0XNKCTI0N with
Tkainh I.eavh Cairo:
Arriving In 8t. I.oulc :!.' a.m. ; Chicago. 8::l p.m. ;
Coiineetlni; at Odmund KlHoKbam for Ciuelu
liati, Louisville, Indianapolis uud poinia East.
1 1 : 1 f u.m. 8t. I.ouin uud WsUtu
Connectiust at M . Lotil for all points West.
,J:MO p.m. P'lifnt Kxprw.
For St. I.oiiIh and Chicau'O, arriving at St. Lottla
It): II p.m., and Chicago 7 : a in.
'.i.'i p.m. C 'liiciiuiitti lxproHH.
Arriving at cioeluiiati Tt13 a.m.: I.mtisvlllii ?:)
a m.; Imllauapoll-. 4:oo a.m. Passenuer hy
tilt" trHln reach the above point" 1 to IHJ
JIOl. RS 'u udvauce of any otner route.
J Vist Tinu Kfist.
1,'11IC'MV 8" tliroiitrh to East.
1 13M 1 ,.ri, i,,inl without any delay
(aimed by Sunday interveiiintr. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrives in new York Monday
mornlUL- at 10::tv Thirty-six hour In advance of
any other route,
i Kcr through tickets ami further information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO
Express . . : ::, p m,
Aei-iiiiiniiHi.tiori :i:'i p ni.
Mail 1:10 a m.
jAs. Johnson. j. ii .iones.
(i u. Southern A-.-ent. Ticket Agent.
W. p. JOH.sN.(icn. Past-cnu r Ayut.
CAIRO tt ST. I.OL'IS R. R.
IS YOlTlllLOOD PIKE!
Now tbl Is an Important nuotlon, for without
Iiure and wholesomo blood thrru cau bo no per
feet health, and without ,
Ue Is n mere burden and waste. For Impure
ilood the best medicine known Is
Scovill's Blood Pnrifler.
ft la the ?reat Southern time tried and true rem-
dy, and may be Implicitly relied on,
Take It In tun Spring time. epeclally for Im
pure, secrutloiia of the blaod incident to that
eaou ol the year; uud lake It
AT ALL TIMES
Kor Cancer Scrofula. Liver Complaint, Weak
hum, Bolls, Tumors. Swellings, and the thou--and
Ills that come from Impure blood.
JOHN F. IIENKY, C'L'RI'AN & CO.
8 COI.LEUE PLACE, NEW YORK.
1) BARCLAY BROS., Wholesale A?enta.
fin yntTW TiTij:
11. . H.MITIIKI'S. Itcccivc-r.
SIIOllTKST SHORT LINE P.KTWEEX
CAIIiO AND ST. Lf'L'IS.
" hrotiL'h Express leave Cairo h:4'i i m.
Through Expre-s arrives at E. St Louis.. .Vmp.m.
Turouiih Express leave" E. Si. I.ou'.s.... !i:la)a.iu.
Through Express arrive at Cairo : ! p.m.
Murphy si) iroaccommimathin leave Cairo 1 ;"H p IP..
Mu'physbo.-o Acc. arrives at Murphy. boro T:p tn.
Murphysboni Ace. leave Murphyboro .. 5:i'a.m.
Murptiysboro Acc. arrive at Cairo ll:i")a m.
The Cairo A St Louis Rnil Road t the only ail
Rail Route between Cairo and M.Louis under one
insna'-ment. tloreiore th-r" are no delay at
way station, awaiting coiinertior.s from otlier iint-s.
Ciose aud :ire couneciioi; at si Louis with other
lilies for North, East and W est
J. A. NAL'tiLE. I.. M. JOIINsON.
Ajeut. UeLeral Maua.'er.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'v.
"For ni kiust t-pellt,
fits, diz.iness, palpi
tation and low spirits
rely on Hop Bittern."
use Hop Bitters, and
you will he strong,
healthy and happy."
T.adiea. doyou want
to be stroti". healthy
and beautiful? Then
use Hop .Bitters.''
'The greatest HOpc
ti: -r. stobiach. blood
ami liver regulator
yers. Editors. Bunk
cr and Ladies need
Hop Bitters duly "
"Hop Bitter bus re
stored to sobriety ami
health. perfect w reeks
"Sour s'o.iiach, sick
headache and di.'.i
lies. Ildii Bitters
cure with a few
Send fori 'ircuiur
"$ v.lll be i.ald
for a case that llop
Bitter will not cuie
or help "
"llop Hitters build
up, strengthens and
from the first dose."
"Kidnev and I'riuary
complaints of all
Cured by Hop Bitters.
Hop Colon Cl'iiR is
the sweetest, safest
and best. Ask chil
dren, Tlie Hop Pad for
stomach. Liver and
Kidneys Is auperior
to all others. Ask
D.I C. is an absolute
and lrreslstable cure
for drunkenness, use
of opium, tobacco
All ahivi! sold by
dru.'gis a. Hop Bit
t e rs Manufacturing
Co., Rochester. N. Y.
THE DAILY Iil'I.LKTIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
4 ' -
Ry Carrier. oc i'ei" 'wk
COLLECTF.I) WEEKLY, or
SIO IVr Year, SI O
It' j it i 1 Yearly i or Sit.u-Yearly
T1ML TABLE OK PASSKSHEK TRAINS HIOM
inci:nm (N'iv. .id, 17;.)
. 1 :' p. m.
. l '.r. p. in.
i i'.i. m.
t VTW AISII.
No. ! Day Erpre.. . Es"ept "uii'.syl
' t; Ep'n-s i Except Suudayi
" I Night Express (D.-niyl'
wc -TW A it 1 1 i
No 5 Express i Except Suiulavi t:'i" a. m. I
1 Day Express iEc,-pt sun-hivi g'ip. m.
' :) Night Express 1D,tl,j I l:in,lii,
J. R. ct.AHK. C. s. Cove. Jr. .
Agent Viucenne (ien. Ticket Ag'l Cincinnati
The Weekly Bulletin.
gT. LOUIS, I. M. A- S. R'v.
Obtained for new Inventions, or for Improvements
ouold ones; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks and labels. Caveats. Assignments. Inter
ferenres, Appeal. Suits for Infringements, mid
all cases arising under the Patent Law s prompt
ly attended to Inventions that have been
iJL1 1 L,i,TI(,nh',U1' ''"'"tit Dtllrtt may still.
JtlVJ TjVyl iil ' in most cases, he patented hy
n Retug opposite the C. S. Patent Iii itarttnent.
and engaged In Patent business exclusively, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are reunite from Washington.
-I t ii Vrn II? 'ol f""1' model or sketch of
li I TiiN 1 UJio your device; we make ex
aminations and advise'as to patentability, free ol
charge. All correspondence strictly contldential.
Prices low, and no charge unless 1'aieut is-secured.
Wu refer In Washington, to Uou Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Rev. F. D.Power. The (termini
American Natloual Bunk, to officials in the t. S.
Patent Office, and tn Senator aud Representatives
In emigre-1"1: and especially to our clients lu every
Btate In the Union aud in Canada. Addre
C. A. SNOW cSc CO.,
Opposite Patent oUcm. Washington I). C
t ';tiro Time Table.
Ti x:iExpres Daily J l'ip. m
Connects at Charlertoii for Columbus .
Texas Expre-s Daiiy '!:V. m.
Accomiiiodiition lbiihi '::ti. lit .
Ollice and l'ti-senger Depot No. W Ohio Levee.
J C. Z1MMER. Agent.
I). AxTKt.l.. Division Superintendent .
A 4-S Coliinm 8 Piiixe Phikt
ISMED EYKI5Y MONDAY.
To CLflJS of FIVE or MOKE,
?1.."0 u r Year.
llainiiiiri American Pucket Coinpiujj s
i'eklv Line of SteaiibniiK
Leaving New York every Thursdav at .' P. M.
I-'OR ENHI.AND, EKAN'CE AND GERMANY
Tickets to and from Europe at lowest rate For
passage apply to C. B. RICHARD A CO., General
Passenger Ag'ent. ill Broudwav, New York, or to
11 WELLS. Cairo, 111-
3111,1, AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Holiest Cash Price Tld for Wkcat.
0 CIT FERRY CO.
THREE Ig&i STATES.
On and after Monday, .tune PI, the boat will make
the following trips:
I.KAVfS I.r.AVK I.EAVr,
Foot Fourth at Missouri Laud's. Kentucky LiI'r.
S a. m.
Id a. L'l.
a p. m.
i p. tn.
S::!0 a. m.
10::U) a. m.
.::ni p. m.
g::t) p. tn.
9 a. m.
:1 p m.
5 p. m
:1 p. tn
WOOD AND COAT,.
( AV. WIIEELEIi,
Dealer In all kinds of
Corel Wood, Stove. Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
W00I) AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Waslilng'ton ami
The I Lr L LET 1X1)1 XI) E 1 1 V
J5LANIC HOOK WORK
Of all Kind.-?.
STEAM JO 15 OFFICE
A 11 Kinds of si obWorlc
Esthnati's funnslicij un i onlct's fraiti
rthroiul promptly tittcntli'tl to.
Two-Sheet, Knit Slippt, Half Short,
ami Ouurti'i' Slu-ct rosters uml
rroifiTunniPs, in Black or Colors.
Litter lloatls. Bill llomls, Note
Heads. Stiilcnicnts, Billj Liuliiii;, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Bull
ami Weddim? Imitations, Book Work'
Etc., Etc., Ktc. Etc.
Otdv the HKST STOCK iu
t.lio Alai'kct Uced.
A'Llrws ull CoininiiniodtioiiH to K. A.
BURNETT, Cairo, Illinois. v
1H ADAPTKI) b'Ull
UUcactti which ure produc4 by Lohh of Nt'rvoua
1. ....... ... VI. 1 I .i ... .
umr, uiiiinuiiuui ji iiBiuiar lit.'iaxuiMin, viz .
Consuniptioii, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Whoopinif Coui,rh, Aphonia, Cou?li,
Xcrvonsncss, Mental Depression,
Xeuralffia, Epileptic Fits,
St. Vitus Dance, Nervous Debility.
Chronic Diarrho'iv, Li-ucorrhoea,
Fever and Affile, Marasmus,
Dyspepsia, Dyptherctic Prostration,
Interrupted ami Feeble Action
of the Heart.
l)':seiieK Produced by Overtaxing the Mind, by
tirii'f or Auxiety. by ltupld Orow th, by Child
biieriii'. by lusutllelent Nourishment, by
iteslilencelu Hot Climate or Unhealthy
Localities, by Kxcesses, or by any
Irrejj'iilanie of Life.
Anendli's chain of ood eileets is formed by
Fellows' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites:
and we are sufe In saying, from a Ion1,' experience
in medicine, it virtues nrc not possessed bv any
otlier combination. Notk He nisjilclous of per
sons who recoiniiienil any otlier article u "Inst as
good." Ihouuh boarini; a similar niiinii, and of those
w ho offer the cheaper priced nrlicle. IWll is only
the independent, well posted and unselilsh phvsi
ciana who can afford to precribe this remedy. Ex
perience has proved this. The highest class medi
cal men iu every lare city, where It Is known, rec
ommend it. SOLI) BY ALL imrtltilSTS. ;.'
PHYSICIANS. CLERK YMES AND THE
AFFLICTED EVERY WHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE A (IE.
CL'IlIi SICK HEAUACI!
CUKE FKYElt and Ajti'
Cl'KE lilLlOfS C-jLIC
ffliE TOKPIU LIVEI:
Dit Ttrrr has succeed
d iu comblnini; in these
dlls the heretofore an-
iiironlstlc qualUi.-H of a
mil a Piirifyinjf Tonic.
Their first atinareut ef-
led is to increase the ap
petite by causing the
ood to properly assinil
ate. Thus the system is
nourished, aud by their
or.ie action on the dlges
lve oriruus, reirular aud
lealthy evacuations aro
The rapidity with
which tho person take
oi llcsli w lille. under the
r.flueiiceof these pills.
Indicate their adapta-
Uiiiy totiDtirisii uie tioil
y. tieure their etlicacv in
curium nervous debility.
vastinir ol tlie muscles
lua'ishiiess of the liver,
hroiiir constipation, and
nitiurtine health and
"trengtn to the system.
M Murray Street,
"5 10 IJ u ui m ,u -.. jm
C4 OK GOUT 1
V ActTK ok cnnosic
Manufactured cu!y under the above Trade Mil
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
Oi' PA I! IS AND LEIPZU1.
Immediate relief warranted. Permanent cure
icianiii'eed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Physicians of Europe uiid'Ainerira, becoming a
staple. Harmless and I'eiinhle liemedy on both
ciintiients. The highest Medical Academy of
Puns rcaorts M cures out of loo cases within three
d'iv. S"c rc't--The only dissolverof the poisonous
I lie Acid w hich exists in the Wood of Hlieitmatic
uml Oouty Pate nts. (1 a box; ti boxes for .V
Sent to anv iidi'rcss on receipt of price. Indorsed
lij Plivslci.ti.s. Sold bv all firmriilst. Adilres
On!) Importer' Depot 'iVi Uiouihvay, N, Y.
For S.ile by PAUC'LAY I1K0S., and Dru'lsta
HOPE FOR THE DEAF
(AHMOKK's AliTIKICIAL E.VH Dltl'MS
PEKKKCI'LY KESToIiETHK 1IKARINO AND
perform tb" work of the Niitunil Urum. Alwavs In
posllion. Ill'T IN VISim.K TO OTHERS ' All
conversation and even whispers heard distinctly.
We refer to tho-e usini; Ihem. Send for descrlptivij
elreiilar. (i A UMOHK II Alt Dili M CO, CINCIN
rn LI L'
1. -I 1. a-'J
,AI Ti II AITd IV
J. T. WARREN A- CO.
(U& GO W. Second St.
PorolKU ami Domestic dried aud caunod Fruits and
VeneluhleH. Ciinned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
leu. Saiicus, Oils uud Condiments, Soup
ntulV, Ilaklii Powders, uroiind and
whole Splci s. Toilet mid Laundry
Soups, Seed, Jelllus, Preeive
Fatity Orocerles and Oro
Stock unparalleled In the West.
SEND FOR OUR ''(illOCERS" MANTFL.
KATIItll qiT.N.N'B WORK.
New Yohk, March 23. Largo meetings
were held this afternoon and evenins look
ing to the cstablibhrncut of an American
Independent church, at which addresses
were made by Rev. Fathers Quinn, Wood,
tfnxlenck and others, former lv " Roman
Catholic priests. It was stated that many
priest were at present engaged in the work
and Father Quinn, prcsideut ol the organi
zation, was daily in receipt of communica
tions from priests who were nrcnarinsr to
abandon Romanism, and who wero very
anxious to labor for the benefit of noor peo
ple in the extension of the true principles
and practices of Christianity. Letters were
lead from several priests, saying their
whole heart was m the movement, and
communications were presented trom Meth
odist, Baptist and Presbyterian conferences
in Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Jer
sey heartily indorsing the movement.
Wakiunotox, March 28. "Mr. Warner of
Ohio, of the house coinage committee, has
recently had a conference with the secretary
of the treasury and the postmaster-yencral
in relation to the question of carrying pack
ages of silver through the mail with a
view to getting it into general circulation.
It is found in practice that under the law
passed at the extra session fractional silver
coins have a tendency to accumulate at the
various money centers, and then instead of
going back through the business chan
nels to the people of the country, they
rind their way directly into the treasury,
where they are constantly accumulating.
All this time there is a scarcity of these sil
ver coins everywhere else. Mr. Warner
wants the secretary of the treasury to have
the authorization of law to return this frac
tional silver to the country banks through
the mails in registered envelopes iu sums of
ten dollars and upwards, not to exceed four
pounds iu weight, as that is the limit under
the postal laws; th? applicant tor such
coins to pay the registration foe and be tit
all risk, the packages to go free of postage.
The secretary of the treasury thinks this
can be done now without any change in the
law ami the postmaster-general concurs in
The committee on coinage also has under
consideration the question of repealing the
law providing fur the redemption of frac
tional silver, iu which case it is proposed
to make the half-dollar hulf the weight of
the legal tender dollar and then make it
full legal tender.
WHAT C0N"GKES WILL I'ISOBAGLY DO.
Washington, March 28. An attempt
will be made this week in the house to
take up the interstate commerce bill for
consideration, but it is altogether probable
that for a menth or more appropriation
bills will be given undisputed right of way.
Debate on the deficiency bill will begin iu
the senate on Tuesday or Wednesday and
contiuue through the remaining days of
the week, if not longer. There is no doubt,
whatever, that .the discussion on the (iar
field amendment to the election law will be
bitter and exciting. It will take a wide
political range aud embrace many party
questions bearing upon the coming presi
dential campaign. ,
SiMtiNoFiKi.u, Mo.,March 2M. The Dem
ocratic city convention for the purpose of
nominating candidates for the ensuing
city election, was held last night and re
sulted in the choice of the following ticket:
For mayor, M. J. Kountree; marshal, Geo.
I). Elery; attorney. H. L. Goode; clerk, W.
G.Porter; treasurer, .John ('. Keet; asses
sor, Win. Hat-graves. The nominees for
members of the council are Marshal Echel
berry In the First ward; James Ilodnett in
the Third ward, and L. Y. Watson iu the
Fourth ward. The ticket is considered an
excellent one from mayor to assessor, and
is sure to win. Great enthusiasm prevails
among the l)emocrats,and a united and un
usual effort will be made to redeem the
city in the coining election.
TlIK Fl.OUKNCK NioliTINOALi: OF THE
NrnsKKY. Tho following is an extract
from a letter written to the German Reform
Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Penn.:
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Ot this we
are so sure, that wo will teach our "Susy"
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escapo the grip
ing, colicking, aud teething siege. Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup relieves the
child from pain, and cures dysentery and
diarrhoea. It softens tho gums, reduces
inflammation, cures wind colic, aud carries
the infant safely through tho teething
period. It performs precisely what it pro
fesses to perform, every part of it nothing
less. We have never seen Mrs. Win low
know he only through the preparation of
her "Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing." If we had the power wo would make
Iter, as she is, a physical saviour to the in
fant race. Sold by all druggists; 23 cents
Why don't you try Carter's Little Liver
Pills? They iro a positive euro for sick
headache, and all tho ills produced by dis
Buown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken tho blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relievo pain,
w hether chronic or acute, than any other
pain alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowel,
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is tho great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea"' should be
in every family. A teaspoouful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at lied time, will break
up a cold. 2,1 cts. a bottle.
Mircn Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to otlier causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to be also
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
"Ax Old Physicias'b Advick." Coughs
colds, asthma and otlier pulmonary affec
tions should bo looked to and promptly
treated in time and thus all serious results
may be avoided, and for this purpose we
know of no better remedy than "Dr.
Swayne's Compound Syrup of Wild Cher
ry." Tho first dose gives relief, and it is
sure to cure the worst cold or cough in a
very short time. Try a 2o cent bottle and
be convinced, and you will thus ivoid a
doctor's bill, and most likely a serious spell
of sickness. Price 23 centb and $1 per bot
tle, or six bottles f"i. The large size is the
most economical. Prepared by Dr. Swavno
& Son, :W0 North Sixth street, Philadel
phia. Sold by all prominent druggists.
Won kixomen. Before you begin heavy
spring Work after n winter of relaxation,
your system needs cleansing and strength
ening to prevent an attack of ague, bilious
or spring fever, or some otlier spring sick
ness that will unlit you for a season's work.
You will save time, much sickness great
expense if will use one bottle" ot
Hop Bitters in your family this month.
Don't wait. Burlington Ilawkeye. .
Gii.ks' Liniment Iodide Ammonia cures
neuralgia, face ache, rheumatism, gout,
frosted feet, chilblains, sore throat, erysipe
las, bruises, and wounds of every nature in
man or animal. The remarkble cures this
remedy has affected classes it as one of tho
most important aud valuable remedies ever
discovered for the euro and relief ot pain.
In July last I fell and hurt my back;
tried everything without relief until I used
Giles' Liniment Iodide Ammonia, which
cured me. Thomas Gilbert, Eastchester,
New York. Giles' Pills cures liver com
plaint. S.vuatooa Spuixks, July 20, 18Ti.
Messrs. Morgan & Allen, 5!) St. John St.,
New York City : Gentlemen : I cousider
it a duty I owe mankind to inform you of
the benefit I have derived since last Suuday
evenimr, when I took my first 40 drops of
'Constitution Water," recommended by a
friend, it having cured him of kidney
trou ble. I have suffered great pain across
the small of my back, so acute that it
would awaken me out of a sound sleep, but
thanks to your medicine, I am now entirely
well, and have not taken six doses in all.
Your remedy is well worth $10 per bottle,
"but the price, $1, puts it within the reach
of all. Yours truly, Rouf.ut Cathcaut.
70 West tilth St., New York City.
Ask your druggist for it.
Wkatheu PuouAiiii.iTiKs. Cold, with
high winds and rain. Exposure to this
weather is sure to produce colds and kin
dred diseases; and the best remedy wc
know of is Hall's Balsam, for the lungs.
Always keep it in the house, and you will
be on the safe side.
St. Jacoh's Oil is the success of the age;
it cures everybody.
A GitouNinvouK koii Bklikf. The
American people fully believo in Hostetter'u
Stomach Bitters, and there is a substantial
groundwork for that belief. They have
witnessed and experienced its effects for
over tweuty-five years, aud have found no
reason to distru-t one statement made in re
gard to it. Proofs have been brought
home to their own hearths that it is a fam
ily medicine which is of the utmost value
in cases of malaria, dyspepsia, debility, dis
ordered conditions ot the liver and bowels,
and in a variety of other maladies. They
have found it a competent tonic, a genuine
alterative, and in contrasting it with tho
many preparations ;,( the same class iu the
market, they have willingly accorded it the
palm. The correctness of their beliet in
its etlicacy hits received the strongest con
firmation in expressions of opinion bymedi
cal men, and the approval of the press.
Many clergymen who were obliged to
withdraw from the pulpit on account ot
"Clergyman's Sore Throat," have recovered
by using Fellows' Syrup of Hypophos
phites and are preaching again. This
preparation seems peculiarly ( aud wonder
fully adapted to diseases of tho breathing
What Ails You? Is it a disordered
liver giving you a yellow skin or costive
bowels, which have resulted iu distressing
Piles or do your kidneys refuse to perform
their functions? If so your system will
soon be clogged with poisons. Take a few
doses of Kidney-Wort and you'll feel like a
new man nature will throw off every int
pendimeut and each orgau will bo. ready
FuoM Hon. Asdukw Cokxwali., ex
member of legislature, New York state,
Alexandria Bay, January 3d, 1880. II. H.
Warner & Co: Gents: J hovo been
trouoleil witn kidney Uitlteuity tor tlie last
three years, and in October last had a very
severe attack. I then commenced taking
your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure and ob
tained relief at once. I have used two Iwt
ties and feel as well as ever, aud I shall al
ways keep a supply of "Warner's Safe Kid
ney and Liver Cure in the house. Youm
truly, A. Cornwall. .
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