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went, may bu found la Tin Hli.i.htin.
C.O. Puller Co., Commercial avenue aud Nine
Yofiim Si Broih-rlols, Wash. Avo., cor. Eighth.
i w York Store. (.'. O. Pittlur C'u., tor. Nine
tci'Utb ami Commercial.
l)r. J. II. Mr'if: office, 1 to Conmerclal avenue.
Dr. Leach & Wheeler, Eighth street,
Dr. W. O. Jornlyn, Elehth near Commercial.
Dr. H. W. Wblllock, m Commercial avenue..
H. II Camlet-, No. 7'lOblo lnvoe'op stairs).
Euultabie Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
City Nutioual, Ohio levee.
Jolm Sproiit, curuer Twelfth and Levee,
K. C Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
' EN HltAL DELIVERY open , ::w a.m.; closes
J b:w ii. m.; huuday: S to a. m.
Mont y Order Deuartmeut open ut 8 a. m.; closes
a. r u. tn.
riirub Exprss Main via IUluoli Central 3:)
Mtrcii-ffptii Central Kal'.rotdt close at 9 p. m.
Cairo at J Poplar Blutf Through and Way Mail
dune u". 1 p. in.
Way Mall viit Illinois Central. nlro and In
ctnties and llms.ssiji Central Railroads cloic at
' 'uy i'a.l f-r Narrow Gauge Railroad dotes at
b-M . ........
Cairo ami Kvanvisi tuver nouic nues v
p. m. ctl.y leicept Friday I.
Ma) or N. B. Thistlewood.
Clerk-DeunK. J. Foley.
Couuselor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
BolKD or A1.1IEIUIIK.
FlrnWard-M. J. Howler-
Socoud Ward-David T. Llniyar, C. U. Wood-
"third Ward-W. P. Wriilht, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charlw! 0. Patier. James Kynaton
Flllk Ward-T. W. HaUlday, Erue.t B. Pettlt.
Circuit Judirc-D. J. Baker.
Circuit C!. tkJ. A. Rev.
Cottbiy Jn-Ie-K S. Yornm.
CouLty Clerk S J. Humio.
Count Attoru-y-W. C. Mulk'7
County Treasurer-Miles A. Park-;.
County Comini-sKiuer-T. V . tla..lday, J A.
M. (jibbs, Samuel Brtiey.
AFRICN M. E.-Fourternth street, between
Wi'u'ut and Cellar streets; services Sahbatn 11
a. m. and 7 :j p. m. ; Sunday School 1 p. w-
CHP.lTIAN-Elfihteenth itreet; meeting Sab
bath 10: p. m.; preachiuit occasionally.
MintCH OF THE UEDEEMErWEplacopa!)
ly Fourteenth street: Sunday Morning prayers
tVao a. m.; evening t,rayers. 7:30 p. m. ; Miuday
school M a.m. Friday eveninu prayer ,:p. to.
I"IKT MISSIONARY BA1TIST CHCKCH.
T Pnachixif at l(l:3n a. in.. p. m- and . :i ' p. m.
hb(.a'.h achool at 7::W P- m. R--v. I- hho.ea.
UTHEKAN-Thlrteenth itreef, er.1..c Sab
lj bu-.h 1: a. m.; Suu'iay fchool i p m. Kev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eljhtb and Walnut ftreeW ;
Prvacbim: Sabbath M:t a. m. and r P-m.;
prayer meetluit. Wednesday T:.W p. m.i Sunday
bca'ool. V a. m. Ker. Whittaker, pastor.
HE BVTERI AN -Eighth utren: prctchine on
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t a. m. and ,:Wt. m.; prajer
meelir.1 Wednesday oL T:3" p. m. ; uuday school
at 3 p. ru. Key. n. i- uem.,
CECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST FifleeMh
O street, between Walnut and Cedar ttreet. aer
ylces Sabbath at S and 7 : ) p. m.
ST JOSEPirs-(Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sibhatn lH:Va.
m. ; Suuday Scho.l at i p. m. ; espera J p. m. ; ser
vices every day at S p. ui.
CT PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Nlnih
0 street and Wasbinutou aveuuo; aerj-icoa tah
oath and 10 a. m. ; Vespers : p.m.; Sjsnday scho.i
1 p. m. ; ser1ces every day at s p. m. Rev. t . aiii.
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE V
ION, bold its regular w.-kly meetlnu In
the hall ol the Cairo Temperance Reform tluti. ev
crv Thursday afternoon, at 3: o clock, tver)
bo'dy i Invited to attend.
-JJKS.O. II. LEACH & E. D. WHEELER
Horatt'patlne Physicians and Surgeons,
Will perform all operations and treat diseases of
any nature in surgery. Otttce: No. W, Lishta
atreet, Cairo, Ills.
Yy II. MAUEAN, M. D
Homeopathic Physician and Sur?eon.
Offlce 110 Ot. Amerclal avenue. Residence comer
Fourteenth St. and Waehiuitton avenue, Cairo.
tt. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornca-No. 1M Commercial Avenne, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
OF NEW YORK.
Assets over $37, 000,000.
E. A. BUnXKTT. Agent,
fipj ffl bnainesa now Duioro the pub
J'V.''l'Llc' ou cai ako money
taster at work for ua than at
anythtnu else. Capital not
required. Wo wl'l stnrt vnu.
$l'i a day and up rrrt made
at homu by the Industrious. Men, vonn ii, hoji
and i?lrls wanted everywhere to work for us. Now
la the time. You can devote your whole time to tlu
work, or only your spam momenta. No other
bnslnesa will pay you nearly as w. II. No one will
ln to work can fail ti make enormous pay by nn
Xaiiinn at once, Costly outfit und terms free.
Kroat opportunity for makltin money easily and
honorably. Address TRUE & CO., August Maine
The People's Holiday!
Tea Times Greater ami Better than any other Show Traveling:
xr, '- fei . , ..til
"Seek the worl 1 through, search oceans' deaths,
Cleive the lillniit-iMe air.
, "limb mount mi tcp, or sweep
The aultd ya.tin-s i-ftbe plain.
Yet you (hail t!nd no marvel i;reat as thi."
P. T. BARNUM'S
O W X AM) O N" 1 V
Greatest Show on Earth !
For the Season of w ith its
HOSTS OF NEW FEATURES
In everv- department of its 'at Museum Immense Mena-ries. ni.iiiifiil Avi in- t..-r.nic' v..-u
bea A'l'iarlum. Sehool ofTmned Sta:ln:.s. Kdiicaied
in ONE VAST SHOW, and to be enn unaer its ACRE
rtij!ii.j.. eclipses an lormtr tU'irte ci us prnprietor It sr.lely defies Competition, end beitiK be
y..nd rivalry, It reco;ni- s no opposition. It ts uo'. ou its extensive Annual Tour and will exhibit in
CAIJIO. Thursday, Sept. 23rtl,
EVERYTHING AD''KRTISF!) WIM. FXlIIIUTEI). ev.-rv hoof, born and featUr. every animal
every novel a'tri-tio:i. ui.d the FI LL l'll"li AM M i a. preente'J in New York. Hiookivu. Binton
Chlc.i, M Lou s and all the lar.v eiti. -ui.! towns of the Kast. will he exhibited hero, .Muslim, Men-a,-.
r!e and Cin us in their entirelv aid pes. lively WlTIIoL'T CI I:T AILMENT
AVI-IKX BAKXmL COMES
You tnav see tho most fim ms and accomplished La ly Riders In the world, lnclndin?
MaNlanit' Dockrill in Iht Thrilliiiy act on i and 6 Biu'dtaek .Horses.
MADAME MARTHA .from Berlin!, in f) nibl Menace Act; MIS EMM A LAKE t AraerVas Side Saddle
yueeii': MADAME NLLr-UN Sl'.NuHIA MARCKLLL S. M LI.L LEONE, MADAME NEYOAARU
You will see
IIUKUltP'.lJS OFXEW KKATL'HKS
Added n the prit.c:pu! attractions of former seasons. Anions the moat notable may be tamed
Thclatesensution of London. Paris and New York, In her TERRIFIC AE1.1AL DIVE OR EAOLE
SWOOP, crossitiLithe immense pavilion on
a. ai ...i.c ij.r.it ,1 r.n iitr,
MouutiBS to the topmost helglit of the pavilion, from which she makes her AE
DIVK Into space, and is afterward SHOT t ROM AN" ENOKMOC
WHEN B A.RNTJA1 COMICS
Yoiiwlllsee SKiVOR SEBASTIAN, the Sensation Mari'hack Klrterof the day. In his tbrlllinir sensa
tional acts: II ERR NEYUAAKM. OKINaad Hl'l.I.IS, WM. AY MA II. JOHN ' BATCH El.Uli. the Cham
pion I.eaper, the N hLSON FAMILt , the LEOTARDS,
nesi Arusis oi r.uropeor America.
AYHEN BAllNUM COMES
You may tee his wonderful troop of SC TR AIN E D
'IKR h MAl,LIU.S. ano tile WUMJEKM L f IKK-UOKSK "SALAMANDER."
W HEN BAENUM
Yon mav see the lleautlful Perform Ine Stap "LANDSEER."
WHIN BARNUM COMES
ou may admire and wonder at his
YOKE OF PERFORMING OXEN,
who accomplish all the feats and evolutions, tricks,
WHEN" BAENUM COMES
You will aee and admire
MADAME NELSON AND HEU FLOCK OF TRAINED DOVES.
WHEN BARNTJM COMES
You will ee a vast Menairerle full of specimens of the animal creation never bi fore exhibited, lucltidluit
thuLAROEST IllppopotitmiialuAmertca.and the only real HKIIEMOTU of the White Nile,
WHEN BARNTJM COMES
You will aee a Museum of 50,0M CURIOSITIES, Includine the Monkey Hand, a Lady Dresaed In (ilass,
Ooshen theOlaut. Little Oueen Mab, the Dwarf; COSTENTENCS, the Tatood Greek; Wonderful Au
tomata, and thousand! of objects ol wonder, amusement aud Instruction, lhatcauuot even be named In an
WHEN BAENUM COMES
You will see at 9 o'clock a. m. the (IRANI) FREE STREET SHOW aud (ilitterlnu Pugeutit passing
through tho prluclpal thoroiiuhl'ures.
WHEN BAENUM COMES
You will sua I-:vorj tlilu Advertised and ten timet more. Heating capacity of Exhibition Tent.
Doors open at 1 and tl:30 p, m Perfommiicea at 3 and 8 p. m llius glvlnx au hour and a halfto vlow
tho Munacerle and Museum before the evenlnir itarfurmitiicc iH'Kfim
Admission SO cents. Children uuder nine, hiilf price. Reserved Seat 85 cents extra
THE LIFE OK UARNUM, written by himself, up to trtso. will be tor sale on the grounds and In the
tent. Price .V) cents, cloth; paper, ii!i cents, "Lion Jack," Mr. Itanium's latest story, price 75 cents.
For the accommodation of Indies, chlldrcu and all who desire to avoid the crowd surronndliiK the ticket
wiiKon ou the shaw vrounds, Mr llarnum will open a ticket ('like ou the day of the exhibition, for the
sule of Tickets und Reserved Seats at tho usual slight advance at
J'AI L 0. SCHUirS DRUG STORE.
Ladles, children aud others wishing to avoid tho crowd In thooyonlug are advised to attend the nftor
EXCURSION TRAINS on till Railroails on tho day of Exhibition ut
Will exhibit lu Di'Vjtoix Sept, ilih, Dkuevilli Kept. 85tb.
Animals atnl ('nsniopolitau Circus, all combined
OF WAT KRF1IUOF TENTS for ONE PRICE OF
- Afternoon ami Evening
AERIAL HE ADFOREMOST
the CARRoLS, and a Circus Company tf the
STALLIONS, to which have been added T IMPORTED
etc., performed by the most Intelligent trained
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dk. C. McLANE'S
aro not recommended as a remedy "tor all
tho ills that flesh is heir to," but in affec
tions of the Liver, an.i all Dillions com
plaints, Dyspepsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, they stand with
out a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can lie used nrennra-
tory to, of after taking quinine.
i.s a Dimpie purgative uiey are uncquaieu
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, HcLane'sLiveu Pill.
hacu wrapper bears the bign? hires of C.
McLanf. and Flkmino Bitos.
r"Insist upon having the genuine Dn.
C. McLase's Liver Pills, prepared by
FLE2IIMG BR03., Pittsburgh, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name .iicj.ane, spelled UiUerently but same
Testimonial to Mr. Fellows.
"TE, the underlined, clerjymen of the Metho-
v alnt Chinch in Sova Scotia, havitiir used the
preparation known as FELLOWS CoSlPOL'NU
hVltt P OK HVI'OPHOSI'UITES, prepared by
Mr. James I. Fellows. Chemist. St. John, N. II. or
having known cases wherein Its ctl'ects were bene
ficial, believe it be a reliable remedy for the dis
eases forvhlch It la recommended.
JAMES U. HENNKiAIi,
Pres. of Conference'
Ex-Pres. of Conference.
JOHN A. MOMIEH,
JOHN W. HOWIE.
STEPHEN K. HL'KSTIH,
ALKX. W. NICHOLSON,
CKANSWI . K JOST.
KM W LAN I) MORTON,
COMPOUND SYRUP OP IIYF0PII0S
Sjieedllr and permanently cures conirestlou of
tne lungs, tiroucuitis. conaumptlou. nervous pros
tration, shortness of breath, palpitation of the
heart, trembling of the ban Is and limbs, physical
aud mental depression, loss of appetite, losa of en
ergy, loss of memory, and will rapidly Improve the
weakened functions and organs of the body.
which depend for health upon semi-voluntary aud
Involnutary nervous action, It acts with vigor,
gentleness and subtlety, owing to the exquisite
uarmony ol its ingredients, aklu to pure olooa it
self. Its tar-te is pleasant and Its ellects perm a
Look out tr the name and address, J. I. FEL
LOWS, St. John. N, B , on the yellow wrapper In
watermark, which is seen by holding the paper
uelore tue liglit.
SOLD CY ALLDUUCiGISTS.
''Noone rau be sick when the stomach, blood,
liver and kidneys are healthy and Hop Hitters
keep them so."
"The greatest nr,:iri-hinc tonic, appetizer,
etrenglheiier und curative ou earth Hop Witters
'It Is Impossible to remain long sick or out
of health where Hop Hitters lire used.-'
"Why do Hop Hitters cure so much?'' 'Be
dause they give good digestion, rich blood, aud
healthy aition ol all the organs.''
'No matter what your feelings or ailment Is,
nop Hitters will do you good."
'Ilememhor.Hop Bitters never does harm.bnt
good, a. ways uud continually."
'Purify the blood cleane tho stomach aud
sweeten the breath with Hop Bitters."
"Outlet nerves and balmy sleep In Hop Bitters"
Nohea'.th with inactive liver and urinary or
gans without Hop Hitters."
Hop Hitters Manufacturing Company, Roches
ter, New York anil Toronto. Ontario.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LEXANDEH COUNTY BAN K,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. Bros, President.
P, N"fki, Vice-President.
It. Wmxa. Cashier.
T.J. Kkutii, Assistant Cashier.
P. Bross. Cairo; William Kluse, Cairo;
Peter Neil, Cairo; William Wolf, Cairo;
C. M. Osterloh, Cairo; H. L. Bllllngsley, St. Louis
K. Htider, Cairo; J. Y. Clemsou. Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange aold and bought Interest paid In the
paving uepnriment. i:oiieciloiis maue and AH
buslntsa promptly attended to.
The Simplest, Surest aud Most Reliable
Pure Distilled Extract of W'lTCH HAZEL,
Carefully prepared: Thoroughly rollable; Full
strength: aud equal lu alzoor bottle to any made.
Cures spralus, bruises, swellings, chafing, cuts,
wounds, hnrua, scalds, acald-liead, pile, suit rheum
skin eruption, aorc eyes, sore mouth, neuralgia,
Inllammatory swellings, sore throat and for aching
pain 't Is undoubtedly the greatest healing prepar
tlou ever used. Numerous testimonials can be
procured If desired.
Mix ounce bottles ilcouti; pint bottles, 50 cent;
SO FIFTY CKNT8, 50
Full 1J ox. bottle. Best Combination,
Risley's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil.
With Hypophosphltei Lime aud Soda, with Pepslne
It ll highly recommended by physicians as the
most ell'eciual and reliable remedy for cough,
cold., bronchitis, general debility, etc Agreeably
flavored, Pleasant to take. Aud can be retained
on the weakest stomach.
CIIAKLKS F. R1MLKY A CO,, Wholesale Drug
gists, ill Couitlaud itreet, New York.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, September 17, 1 p. m.
rork September, $17 87.
Lard October, $8 00S02J.
Corn September, 40?; October, 41;
Wheat September, 04; October, 01 ;
Oats September, 8929'; October,
29,'4'; November, 29.j'.
NEW YOItK OHAfN.
New Yoke, Sept. 17, 10:01, p. m.
Whcat irregular No. 2'Chicafto,$l 03
1 04. No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 041 03; Red
AVinter, $1 001 08; No. 2 Red Win
ter, $1 0u Corn quiet-No 2, 5151.
Livkupool, Sept., 1, 2:00 r. m.
Wheat unchan',' Winter, !Ss 4dSs lOd;
Pjiring, 7s9d93; California average, 8s jd
9s Cd; California Club, Oj 0d(10d.
Corn, 4a 4J-jd.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
New YortK, Sept. 1C The Democrats at
the National headepuarters are openly charg
ing this evening that the Republicans are
counting in their candidate iu Maine.
They assert that while I'laisted's election is
certain the Republicans are holding back
returns from the remote districts and are
counting them to suit themselves. At Re
publican headquarters early in the day a
telegram was shown which said that Davis
was elected by 1,450 votes and the persons
in charge said they had no doubt of its
truth. Col. Hooker, who, until this morn
ing, had been all gloom, wa9 lively and
the entire place looked new. Hooker said
that at every succeeding hour things looked
better and he thought Gen. Hancock's con
gratulatory dispatch was premature and
should be withdrawn. Then Hooker and
Chester A. Arthur hud a conterence which
resulted in their sending a dispatch to
Blaine and the getting of a reply to the ef
fect that the towns yet to be heard from
would probably elect Davis.
Dispatches received by the Democrats
this evening say that it is clearly the pur
pose of Republicans to count out Plaisted
and there are hints of trouble. The Repu
blicans says that the gains are all in the in
accessible northern counties where the
Democrats could not buy up the vote's.
The Democrats say that the Republicans
made no effort in the rural districts, but
made their fight in the towns and were de
feated; hence it is absurd to say that they
made gains where there were no efforts.
It seems plain that neither side will get
the governorship without a contest. Both
sides at National headquarters to-night arc
talking very loud, aui scores of telegrams
arc flying to and from Maine. Chairman
Barnum sent out a circular to-day congratu
lating Democrats on the victory. The Re
publicans, it must be said, wear a look of
confidence such as they hava not exhibited
before this week.
At the National Republican headquarters
they say their superintendent in Portland
who has charge of collecting the returns
The Republicans havo a largo majority
of the legislature and county officers. The
latest figures of Press Agent Berry, whose
figures are the only acceptable ones till tho
official count, shows only 08 towns to hear
from. If these come in as last year the
Republicans will have a plurality of about
220. Aroostook county is showing a gain
for the Republicans where a Fusion gain
was expected. Tho remaining towns to
hear from make Davis' plurality sure with
n chance for a majority. It will undoubt
edly require tho official count to determine.
W. B. SOMEIIVILLE,
Supt. of Press Transportation.
BHIBKKY AND BULLDOZINO.
Washington, Sept. 10. M. P. Handy,
managing editor of the Philadelphia Times,
telegraphs his paper from Portland, Maine,
that the Fusionists have a large number of
affidavits showing bribery by tho Republi
cans. There will be contests in tho First
(Reed's) and Third (Lindsey's) districts, and
tho Fusionists say they already havo
enough evidence to convince congress that
both these men were elected by bribery.
Mr. Handy says that Reed's best iriends
would advise him to give up his claim to
tho seat rather than have tho means that
were used to pull him through exposed to
tho country. '
The following aro samples of Republican
work in Maine, as narrated by Mr. Handy:
One of the cases ot bribery comes from
Brunswick, whoro a well-known Republi
can, W, F.Crawford, is charged with buy
ing a number of voters bolow tho market
price, viz., at 1 5 a head. Ono man, it is
ticket, was induced by Crawtord to get in a I
carriage, tho latter remarking that ho
would "fix him." On their return, the
voter escaped from his captors and went to
tho store of a Oreenbacker, where lie exhib
ited a five-dollar bill wrapped m a Republi
can vote. His story hi that after they got
Into tho carriage, Crawford drew from his
pocket a bottle and offered him a drink of
whiskey, which he declined. Crawford then
asked him how much mony ho wanted to in
duce him to vote tho Republican ticket. Ho
repliyd ten dollars. Crawford told him it
was more than he could pay, and offered
him two dollars and fifty cents, and on his
refusal, offered him five dollars, which ho
At Luwiston a minor was arrested for il
legal voting, and his excuse was that Mayor
Litchfield paid him ten dollars for voting
the Republican ticket. Stories of bulldoz
ing are also rife. At Biddoford twenty-five
factory 'operatives were given tho alterna
tive of voting for Reed or losing their
places and two manufacturing companies
declined to allow any of their people to
vote, taking it for granted that because
they were Irish they were Democrats.
Similar complaints come from South Ber
wick and other manufacturing towns.
GEN. HANCOCK SENDS CONGRATULATIONS.
New Yokk, Sept. 10. A special to tho
World from Bangor says: Among dis
patches received by Mr. Plaisted to-day
was the following:
New Yokk, Sept. 10. Accept mv con
gratulations on tho glorious result of your
campaign. It will inspire our friends with
confidence and strengthen them in preli
minary battles which remain to be fought
elsewhere and which need all of our forces.
Signed W. S. Hancock.
What Neuvous People Endure No
body but themselves can adequately under
stand. Tho symptoms are often uudeliaa
ble, though inexpressibly tormenting, and
it well may be doubted whether any acute
malady intlicts more tortures than chronic
weak nerves. Invigoration is the surest
course to overcome undue sensitiveness of
the nervous system, which proceeds from
weakness, tho proximate cause of which is
usually imperfect digestion and essimila
tion. That superb invigornut, llostetter's
Stomach Bitters, remedies that enfeebled
and disordered condition of the stomach,
which is the most fruitful cause of nervous
ness, and a rapid increase of vigor and ulti
mate disappearance of all nervous aud
dyspeptic symptoms, may surely be counted
upon by those who are wise enough to cm
ploy this genuino remedy, in preference to
the many palliatives of nervousness. A
table-spoonful before meals will be found
to improve appetite, as well as facilitate
digestion, and a reptition of the dose at
night promotes repose.
Who is Mks. Winslow. As this ques
tion is frequently asked, we will simply
say that she is a lady who for upwards of
thirty years has untiringly devoted her lime
and talents as a female physician and
nurse, principally among children. Sho
has especially studied the constiution and
wants of this numerous class, and, as u re
sult of this effort, and practial knowledge,
obtained in a lifetime spent as nurse and
physician, she has compounded a Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It operates
like magic giving rest aud health, and is
moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. In
consequence of this artclo Mrs. Winslow
is becoming world-renowned asabcnelactor
of her race;children certainly do rise up and
bless her; especially is this tho
case in this city. Vast quantities of tho
Soothing Syrup are daily sold and used
here. We think Mrs. Winslow has immor
talized her name by this invaluble article
and we sincerely believe thousands of chil
reti havo been saved from an early grave by.
its timely use, and that millions yet unborn
will share its benefits, and unite In calling
her blessed. No mother has discharged
her duty to ber suffering little one, in our
opinion, until she has given it the benefit of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup. Try it
mothers-try it now. Ladies' Visitor.
New York city. Sold by all druggists. 25
cents a bottle. (l)
Itchino Piles is ono ot the most an
.noying diseases in tho world, and yet
all can find suro relief by the uso of Dr.
Swayne's Ointment. It has been tested
in thousands of instances and invaria
bly makes a sure cure. The symptoms ,
are moisture, like porspiratiou, intense
itching, increased by scratching, very
distressing, particularly at night, as if
pin-worms went crawling in and about
the rectum; tho private parts are some
time affected. Procure this ointment.
Reader, if you aro suffering from this
distressing complaint, tetter, itch, scald
head, rinirworm, barber's itch, any
crusty, scaly skin eruptions, use Dr.
Swayne's Ointment and be cured. Sold
by all prominent druggists. (1)
We watched her breathing through Ihcr
Her breathing soft and low;
As in her breast the wave of life,
Kept heaving to and fro;
Dyspepsia's horrid pangs in silence she en
dured. But through Spring Blossom's aid, were
glad to say she's cured.
PaulG. Scire it, Agent.
Fellows' Syrup of Hypophosphitcg, hjr
rcstoring strength to tho nerves and m linden
oftho stomach, urea dyspepsia, which I
but tho result of loss ot nervous strength,
followed by muscular relaxation.
Baltikohe, Md. I havo used Dr. Bullli
Cough Syrup porsonally and in my family 1
for twn or threo years, and am prepared to
Bay that tlmrn is nothing to compare to it as
a remedy for Coughs, Colds, etc James
Corrie, Dentist. '