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HIE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1881.
The leading KrlnillniH of to-nay aitm; that moat
dlee ru cauaed by iliKordercd kidney or l.lv.
er. II, tuureloro, the Kidney nd Liver are kept m
perfect order, perfect health will bo the remili.
IhU truth tint only been known a abort tune and
for veara people uttered jjreM agony wli limit be
ing thlu to find ntlli.'t. 'I nu discovery of Warner'
Hale Kidney and Liver Cure lunrku a new era In
the treatment of thftaii trouble. .Made from a
Imple tropical leaf ul ran value, It coiitnirix juitt
the I'lomeuu nrceeaary ooiirinn mid invigorate
both of tboe great orgiiia, and "ifi'ly restore and
keep them in order. It I a roMTI VK KKMEDY
lur all tni! umrawa inai caiiKo puma in tuo lower
iaxt nr trio nony-ior Torpid i.iver ilenilai lie
aundtce f)u.ln (.rnvul - Kevnr. Aime- Mala-
Jlal Fever, and all dilhcultle of the Kidney, Liver
and I'rlnary Organ.
It t an excellent and aft; remedy fur (i innlcadiir
inir Pregnancy It will ronlrol MennruaUnn mid
In Invaluable fur Lo rorrtio a or lulling of tho
Aa a Blood I'prlfli r It la ii tittalvl . fur it cure
the orjjane that make the blood.
HEAD Til K RECORD.
"Heaved my lire - K. B. I.akely. Mine. AU
"It l llui remedy that will cure the many die
ai' iM-cullar to w men."- Mother' Magazine.
"Il ha paed aevere tw.U and won endorse
menu from 'imo of the highcM medical talent in
tne country." New York World.
"No retnudy heretoforr discovered ran b held
for oue moment in comparison wlih it " ICi'V. C.
A. Harvey, IJ I , Wafhinjjton, I) ('.
Thla Remodjr, which haadonv 'ich wonder, la
pnt up In the LARiiKT hi. KD boll LKh of any
medicine upon the market, and U told by druirgtm
and all d'-alim at f 1 it bottle Kur Itlah.-te.
ouulre for WARNER'S HAHU DIAIiK TE CIRK
It laa I'OSITIVK K.m.rty.
II. II. WAKNEK & t'O., Roche-ter. N, V.
MRS. LY01A E. PIHKHAMi
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Tbla erararatloa, aa Ki nam tlitainVa. mutata ot
TatMaLto Prisma Ihut ar bumhrm lu th muat oal
IraUtnraUl ln urn trial tlx DM-ntt of thla Com
aound will ho r--irniil, aa rrlu-f la IrasixlJaM i aad
wbaa lu aw cnilnuM, In ninety Bin run in a ban.
ini, apanntrrlrlTrcUlAthouirKla will U
Wj. Ob awoaot of pnr mrritt, It la totay r
eoaUBMMlffd asd inriiUd by tba beat phyalcluia In
It will rara antlrrly tba ort fnrm of falllnf
ct th utrroa, U-urorrba, lrririlar and painful
Mmatroalloe, all Ovarian TroublM, Inflammation and
Ulceration. I"WkI1iii, all I)lpUrviwnU and tha poo
aaquant aptnal vaalraaaa, and la eaprrUlly ada(tMl to
tba Chance of life. It will duvnlv and Mpl tumnra
framlnaoUmulnanrarly tmr of dvwliii-iwnl. Tba
landfwy toeantvruuabumoratlirni h checked vary
ipetdUy by IU w.
In fart It Iim provrd to b the fr
Mt and beat remedy Uat baa ever been dlecovar
ad. It pannMtta every (mrtlon of Die )nt-m, and (rival
ne life and vltfor. It remnrea faiutneai.lUtulenry. da
etroye allcravtni fur atlmuUnta, and reUavea weakna
heurtM Bloating, Biwlarhea, Kervoiia Pr. strati on,
Oaoaral Debility, gleepleaaneaa, Drpreeilon and Indl
teetloo. That frxllng of be&iing down, raualn pain,
walbt and barkacbe, b alwaya permanently cured by
IU uaa. It wlllat all ttmea, and under all rlrvumatan.
sea, art In bannooy with tba law that (uvrrna tba
For Kidney Comlalnla of either eei tlila rompouod
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound
la prepared at tn and BS W extern Avenue, Lynn, Maaa.
Price 1.00. Wi bottle, for .vno. Kent by mall In the
f orm of pllla, aim In the form of Uwbiph, on rareliw
of price, ll.M, lr hoi, fur either. Ura. IM.N4HAM
freely anawrra all li'ttera of Inquiry. Rind for pain
phlei, Add real M aluva Jfrnliim Ihn pa;wr.
Ro family abouM be wit himt LYDIA K, l'lNKflAM'
laVSIiriLUI. They cure Conciliation, I'lHuiuiiMa
andTorDldltvoftlieUver. VI reiiU tier but.
KOU HALE tit DRl'tiOISTS.
RIC1IAHDS0N & CO., t.Imis, Mo.
Wholcaalo kkouI for LYDIA K. I'lNKUAM'H
nANBV'HTItADR M AN tT ALS. I'alntir.r.rt eta
Carni'ntur. ft). Watchmnker. and Jeweler. W
1 l.... Kit f'atwlvfn Pl T vl A .. n. 1 mt Nl
(tllilur, ISO. Kurnllurti and Cabinet Kltilnlier, ri ).
Artiat, -' nonprnnaer, v.i. iiureu eniH'a, '.i
Wood onitravur. 'i', Of nejokeellura or by mail
JKSSK 11ANKY ii CO., lift Nananu ulreet N . X.
To Nervoun fuflVnTH Th (ir't Knroiciu RtP
rtv-Ir..T. B. SI m t xuin'H SimtI II t MimIIcIiik.
n ul attjtelAe Xtiwlleliki, la e tinai
Ur. J . OIIII' IV.". . .-
Mvo euro for Spermatorrhea, Imtuiti'iicy, uiikmwi
and ill dlaeaaea reiullliiu from Self-Almao. aa tint
votia Debility, Irritability. Mwilul Anxiety. I.annmir,
Laaaltiidu, Ib-preMlon ofHlrliand fiinrtloiinl du
ranflumcnta of tho N wrvoiia Hyatcm miicriiU y . l'alna
in fieW nr Htdii. I.oea of Momorv, ITi'iraliirn Old
Age and diiunnei
that lead to Con
ty and an early
crave, or both.
No matter how
ahaUorud t h
ayatcm may be
feiim iivr.oaaea of
any Kinu, a anon ie -
- I.Im mi...!!..!,,.. mIII enali.ru li.u loaL 111111'
. M.l n.nnn PA h.taltll Ktllt batlll lll..fl . WillTO W
foro waa tliiaporidoticy and nloom, 1 ho Hpwcino
Heillolua la bi'ltiR timid with wotidornii 1110
Pa'mtililulaai'ntfrutttonH. Write for thum imd
gM full partle.nlara,
ftRoiforn,oo. Will bum-tit by mull ou rcci-tiH of
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luvuvii (twui'-rn mi r'iiir
t ii uiuiiumu(iuvnwMvv rn.
v . eV rum nin n ifiuiivi vas
Noi.KHatidlUO Main t..l)uirlo,N, Y.
mlUTtll'll M1VI1II. ll.n ...I .1,.,, t.ulnl
1j f4I t .'' n v n i, .ir,,n.i .1111 pih .n.,.
. Iliit, grainttiR. vnriilnhlriir, pollrliliitf, knlaomliiR
Aa.) nO eta. Hook of Alphatiutr, flat, llook of 1
AlphemHe. IW. rilttn, Oitrrlntru. Car, Kronen,
Docoratlvo l'alnllii, m. ilapanuno ornntiiotit
mn . ' 1 1 . ... If ... 1 ..k.l R. 1 1 .... 1. .. r li-aMHU
no uve. vi i 'ii n iiu t p f i. ui'iia, 'i "in.
look, $1. Mcrolla and Ornitmenta, (l.ondnlnh
lr biHikaaiicra or ny nimi,
CO. llu ISiipautt itruut.N. Y.
THB DAIIjY BULLETIN.
aVIT H01IIID (HOVUATt IXOirTIDI.
Lettrgflflt Circulation of any Dally in
OFPlCIAI. PAPBR OF CITY AND COCSTY
Win. Ilocfcr, a mercliant of Warren,
ied from injuries received from being
thrown from a carriage
The mins of tho Woolner distillery, at
Peoria, which burned down some weeks
ago, are still smouldering.
Daniel Vieria was prostrated by the heat
uesday, while harvesting near Jackson
ville, but will probably recover.
Tliu lato troubles in mining on the banks
of the claflsic Kickapoo have all subsided
and tho miners are not at work as usual.
Another good democrat gone wrong.
Dowdall, of tho Peoria Democrat, cut his
hands severely while opening a bottle of
Three brothers named Reynolds, living
at Atwood and known as despcradato char
acter, assaulted and terribly beat a stranger
Twenty men will pay the mortgage in-
lebtedness of $2,000 on the Iroquois county
fair ground and run the annual show on a
A rattlesnake bit P. U. Thompson on the
ankle, on a farm near Camargo, SDd he
counteracted the effects of the poison by
Irinking a pintot whisky.
J. II. Ilotlecker, a sewing machine agent,
employed by John C. Dobyns, Jr., of Jack
sonville, has absconded, and a reward of
$05 is offered for his capture.
Lient. Gov. J. M. Hamilton is in Dela
ware, Ohio, attending the commencement
exercises of the Ohio Wesleyan University,
of which institution he Is a graduate.
Judge Hawes, of Chicago, punished
Edward Murphy, a judge of election con
victed of ballot box stuffing, with ten days
in tho county jail, one year in the Bridewell
and and $1,000 fine.
Livingstone county has decided by a
vote of the people, to issue bonds to the
amount of $100,000, payable in two, three,
and five years, to cancel the bonds voted in
aid of the state reform school, at Pontiac.
Last Saturday night Sergeant Bates, the
American flag carrier, addressed an audi
ence on the public square at Morris. In
stepping from the platform he slipped in
such a manner as to break his leg below the
The Chicago Union veteran club passed
a resolution declaring that the thanks of
the club be given to Gen. John A. Logan
for his unwearied efforts in oehalf of the
Union soldiers, and especially for being in
strumental in the removal of Commissioner
Bon t ley from his position as commissioner
of pensions and the appointment of Gen
eral Dudley to the position.
Look Out for Sudden Changes
f weather, and guard against them by
using Warners Safe Kidney and Liver
Kub It Iu.
Jacob Locckman, 274 Clinton Street, Buf
falo, X. Y says he has been using Thomas'
Kclectric Oil fur rheumatism. He had
biich a lame back that he could do nothing;
ut one bottle entirely cured him. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
PUT IT TO PKOOF.
At a rime wnen the comniumtv is flooded
with so many unworthy devices and
concoctions, it is refreshing to
find something that is beneficial
and pure. So conscious are the proprie
tors of Dr. Kind's New Discovery lor the
Consumption of tho worth of their reme
dy, tncy oiler an wno desire, a trial oottic
friers of rliiUL'C. This certainlv would be
disastrous to them did not the remedy pos
sess the remarkable curative powers claimed
Dr. Kings New Discovery for tho Con
sumption will positively cure asthma, bron
chitis, stuooorn roughs, colas, piitnisic,
oninsv. hoarseness, croun. or anv affection
of tho throat or lungs. As you valuo your,
existence give tins wonderful remedy a trial
Iiw rnllinir nn Geo. K. O'Hnra. Drili'mHt
J -' - n i - no
Gniro. Ills., and obtaining a trial bottle free
of charge, or regular sized bottles,$l. 00.(1)
The Popular Demand.
Ho (Trent has been tho nnnular demand
for tliu celebrated remedy Kidney Wort,
that it is having an immenso sale trom
Maine to Calitornia. Homo have touna it
inconvenient to prcnarn it from the dry
compound. For such tho proprietors now
prepnro it in liquid form. This can be pro
cured at tho druggists. It has precisely
tho same effect as tho dry, but is very con
centrated so that tho dose is much smaller.
In tho cure of consumption thcro is
probably no known medicine equal to tho
Syrup of IlypophoRphitoB prepared by Sir,
James I, Fellows, chemist, St. John, N. B.
A number of cases havo come under our
notico tho past year whero the results
which have followed its use have boon as
tonishing. We adviso the afflicted to
try it. EDITOR "UOLONIAL FAHMEll.
It is a rcmarkablo fact that Thomas'
Kcluctric Oil is as good for internal as cx
ternal use. For diseases of the lungs and
throat, and for rheumatism, nouralgia,
crick in tho back, wounds, and sores, it is
tho known remedy, and much troublo is
saved by having it always on hand, l'aul
O. Schuh, agent.
T.i.it. V. Pinuiiiu'u Vnn-ntuhln Com
UIIUII ............ , -n
pound has rapidly mado its way to favor
among druggists, who have observed its
effects on the hoalth of their customers.
. . - - M 1 1 Alain 11T-A
Send to Airs. Lyaia n. rinKnam, too wesv
eru Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
"TO BE BITOT AT 8IX."
From tbe French of Albert Mlllsud.
Qno of the special correspondents
attached to the expedition in the hold
against the Khroumirs was Camilla
Farcy, well known as a brilliant writer.
Ho bad long been connected with La
France, one of tho loading journals.
The army which ho was detailed to ac
company was that of General Forgemol.
This officer is a martinet, and enter
tains the most rigid ideas regarding
discipline. Before tho expedition left
Algiers, lie, in conjunction with Gen
eral Ninccndon, concocted the follow
ing pledge, which all the journalists
were obliged to sign:
"I. , promiso upon my honor
to transmit no Information whittevor, either
by tttlrwrnpb or by mail, or by any other moan,
without flint having Hiihrnittod my nianuaerljit
to tbe examination of the ottlenr commanilitiir
the expedition, or to mien olliecr or ollioerH as
be may clt'letmle tbut (lower to. I f iirtberHifrre
that any failure to keep thU plixlire will ex
pose me to the ritfore of murtiiU law.
This document was signed by all the
correspondents attached to the expedi
tion. When Farcy's turn came, he
took the pen, but it was with evident
reluctance that he signed. When be
had done so, ho said to Forgemol:
"General, I sign this document only
because I am forced to do so; because
without doing so I could not accom
pany the expedition. But I warn you,
sir, that I shall speak the truth, the
whole truth, and nothing but the truth,
touching such matters as may come
under my observation." And with a
defiant glance at the general, Camilla
Tho old general gnawed his grizzled
mustache to conceal his wrath. He
did what perhaps most men would have
done he set a spy to dog the footsteps
The expedient was successful. Two
evenings after, the spy detected the
journalist, under a disguise, quilting
the camp. He followed, and saw him
deposit a large envelope in one of the
minor postotlices upon the Algerian
frontier. He was at once arrested, and
conducted to Forgemol' s headquarters.
"Aha!" said the general, "at it al
ready, my line fellow. Well, what have
we here?" and he seized and broke
open tho envelope. "Hum addressed
to La France. Evidently some cor
respondence which you were sending
without my knowledge."
"Yes, general," said Farcy, calmly.
"Lot us see what it is," said Forge
mol, as he began to peruse the letter.
"General," said Farcy, coldly," "per
mit iue to remind you that you aro vio
lating private correspondence. "
"Private correspondence! Bah!" re
torted Forgemol. "Very private, in
deed; all Paris would know it in anoth
er day," and be resumed his reading.
There were some severe strictures in
the letter upon the conduct of the cam
paign. Forgeuiol's reading was inter
rupted by oaths, and when he finished
he was purple with wrath.
"So," said he, grimly, "you consider
yourself competent to judge of the op
eraliuns of a general in the held, do
you? Well, sir, you shall nave a taste
of martial law to add to your knowl
edge of military affairs."
Farcy disdained to defend himself.
A cout nuartial was immediately con
vened. Its proceedings were summary
iu sentence short: "Canaille Farcy is
condemned to be shot at six in the
It was then midnight. The doomed
man was placed in charge of a lieuten
ant ana a sciuaJ of soldiers, put upon a
special train, aud he was born swiftly
to tlio capital city, Algiers, where the
execution was to take place.
At hal(-piut live o clock the train
dashed into the city. It passed under
the walls of the palace where Albert
Grevy, the governor-general, lives in
slate. The windows were brightly
lighted, and the strains of a waltz were
burno to the ears of the prisoner. The
governor was giving a ball.
"You have half :ui hour in which to
prepare for death," said the lieutenant,
compassionately; "would you like- to
havo me send for a priest?"
"1 suppose," s:dd Farcy, "you will
grant uiy last request?"
"Then let me go the ball. I would
like to havo a waltz before I die."
The oflicer bowed, and repaired to
Monsieur Grevy's palace.
"His request shall be granted," said
the president's brother. "Who could
refuse a dying man's request? Bring
him here; he shall dance with my
And it was done. The last moments
of his life were spent upon a ball-room
At six o'clock the ofliecr spoke:
"The rile is waiting." said he.
"Let us go," said Farcy. Ho saluted
tho dancers, and withdrew. Whon ho
reached the ground whore the rile was
awaiting him, he refused to allow his
eyes to be bandaged, and demanded
permission to givo the word of com
mand. "May all journalists do as I have
done," said he; "it is their duty."
Tlmn, folding his anus, he cried:
The crash of the muskets rangouton
the morning air. Caniille Farcy fell
dead, pierced with balls.
The vengeance of General Forgomol
I havo long thought that thero are
three things in tho universe whose prob
ablo bourse can never be forecast with
any certainty a woman, a locomotive
off tho track, and a cow. Whonover I
nicot any ono of these uncertainly dan
gerous objects, I stand still and let it
go around me. It is always to bo pro
vided, however, that if you get directly
in front of a locomotive, you will bo
knocked down; if you get in front of a
woman upon a crossing, you will bo
shovodoQ. The first of these-1 hare
not experienced; tho second I havo.
Ono of the most disagrooablo features
of mooting a woman is this: you will
occasionally (mark mo I say occasion
ally) moot a sensible woman; if it bo
upon a crossing, you will of course turn
to tho left, whore, she having turned to
the right, you will oollido. Sho will
thon fix her eyes upon you with an ex
pression of gentle, not to say contempt
uous pity; and, if you bo a man hav
ing any regard for the laws of tho road,
you will wish that youworo dead or
something. For contomptuous pity in
tho cold eyes of a thoroughly scnsiblo
womau is not pleasant Aryonaut,
M HIIMMH 1 1 i MMIOIMII "' Mm.
w. m m .,
iMtaaaat... a limwi at . nwiwwti . . .
" ttmm '
a a ( (Mi
President Garlield's life is Insured
for $25,0W for the henelit of his wife.
The evidence in a San Francisco di
vorce suit was all found in a diary
which the defendant kept.
Field Marshal von Moltke has very
small feet aud narrow, long hands;
Prince Bismarck has largo feet and
big, fleshy hands.
The Japanese stage is made to re
volve. While one seeno is before the
public another is iu process of arrange
ment. The wife of an old colored man in
the eastern part of Georgia recently
presented him with the sixth pair of
twins the family having been previous
ly endowed with two pairs of triplets,
Texas is the greatest cattle raising
State iu the Union, yet the beef eaten
there by the fattidiousischielly brought
from Kansas. Tho reason is that Tex
as cattle are fat only two months in tho
year, when the grass is green.
In Belgium, postage stamps of two,
five, and ten-centimes are to bo receiv
able as savings banks deposits, but the
two-centime stamp is to be available
only by school children, and postage
stamp deposits are limited to ten francs
At a recent half-yearly rent-day din
ner in England the tenants of a cer
tain peer were intensely disgusted to
find that they were being regaled on
tinned beef and mutton. One of the
farmers declared that such meanness
would make the old lord turn in his
A recent visitor nt Cologne asked
what the curious ligures on some beau
tiful caned oak stalls depicted, where
upon the guide, evidently rather proud
of bis English, replied: "Oh, Mr. Samp
son." Further questioning elicited
that tl.ey mean Samson and Delilah.
Tobxcco is prohibited to the students
of Oberlin, College, Girard College,
and the Naval School at Annapolis. A
similar rule has been recommended fur
West Point by the Board of Visitors.
At Cornell University nearly all tho
students have voluntarily "signed a
pledge of abstinence.
A London paper says that American
agriculturists are well enabled to com
pete with the British farmer when the
rate of freight on wheat from New
York to Liverpool is $1.20 per ton,
while the railroad rate from Liverpool
'jo lSirmingham (aoout 100 miles) is
$3.15 per ton.
"Now I've fixed you," said Jim Ho
ean to his wife, at Mouticello, Ohio,
lie had good reason to think so, for he
hail shot live bullets into her body; yet
he was mistaken, for she revived soon
after he had killed himself with the re
maining charge in the revolver, and is
now as well as ever.
A Washington girl has highly inter
esting hair. Its color used to be a light
blonde. Dr. D. W. Prentiss reports to
the Smithsonian Institution that he
gave her jaborandi, a Brazilian plant,
us a cure for blood poisoning. Her
hair soon began to darken, and in four
months was almost black.
Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati, is to
be put to mercantile uses. It was when
first erected, if not still so, tho hand
somest and costliest theater in tho
United Slates. The owner was the lato
S. N. Pike, a very wealthy distiller,
who also erected the Grand Opera
House in this city.
After Capt. Fritz, a Sail Francisco
politician of local prominence, had
committed suicide, tlio police- found
him hanging with his wrists fastened
together with handcuffs, while on his
ankles were shackles. The keys wore
produced by his wife, who explained
that the irons had nothing to do with
the suicide, but had been habitually
worn. Politics took him away from
home a great deal at night, aud iu or
der to compel himself to stay in occa
sionally ho would thus manacle him
self, givo Mrs. Frita the keys, and tell
her to keep him a prisoner till morning-
Entire Satisfaction Rendered.
Such is substantially tho report of B. T.
Worland, Esq., Concordia, Ky., who
writes: I have been selling St. Jacobs Oil
for some time, and find it gives entire satis
faction. Iu several cases of rheumatism
under my observation tho cure was com
plete. Visible Improvement.
Mr. Noah Bates, Elmira, N. Y., writes:
"About four years ago I Imd an attack of
bilious fever, and never fully recovered.
My digestive organs were weakened and I
would bo completely prostrated for days.
After using two Ixittles of your Burdock
Blood Bitters the improvement was so visi
ble that I was astonished. I can now,
though CI years of age, do a fair and
reasonable day's work." Price $ 1.00, trial
size 10 cents.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con
stipation, biliousness and sick-headache aro
cured by "Sellers' Liver Pills." Price 35
Dr. Kline's Great Norvo Restorer is the
marvel of the ago for all Notve Diseases,
All fits stopped freo. Bend to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
Parents should not forget that their
shoo bills can bo reduced ono half by pur
chasing for their children, shoes with tho
A. 8. T. Black Tip upon them. They wear
as long as tho metal, whilo adding to tho
beauty of tho shoe.
A Hive of Been.
Burdock Blood Bitters bring back
health, when tho body is badly disordered
by impure blood. Billlous, indigestion,
constipation, dyspepsia and other bad dis
orders cured by Burdock Blood Bitters.
Prico 1.00, trial b'uo 10 cents.
:PIMPLES All) BLOTfflEfc
Eclectric gffc Eclectric
Worth Its Wetgiit in Gold.
C u r e S
RHEUMATISM, COUGHS AND
J1EUMAT1SM, COUGHS AND
UttUMATlSH. COUGHS AND
Sold l.y all Druggists.
Co to rAUL C. SCHUH, Druggist, Cairo, Ills., for Sirs. Frecmans' New National
Dyes. For brightness and durability of color are unequalled. Color from 2 to 5
pounds, price 15 cents.
TJsed and approved by the leading
CIANS of EUROPE and AMERICA.
The most Valuable
CATAlfiH. HZX0BBE0IDS. Ete. Alio for
Concha, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup
Kftrj them. 25 and 80 cent sixes
CBASD MEDAL AT THE PHILADELPHIA
MLVEK MEDAL AT THi PAWS
How often persons have been annoyed
by burrs clinging to their dress or clothing
and how seldom have they, when cleaning
them, given it a thought that Burdock
Root is the most valuable blood cleanser
and purifier known, and is sold by every
nruggist under the name ot Burdock
Blood Bit ters. Price 1. 00, trial size 10
A Liberal Oiler.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure ot Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. These Elec
tric Devices are tho invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of the Univ;rsity of Michigan, and are
claimed to Iks the only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. See their ndvertisement in this
After Eight Long Years.
C. C. Jacobs, 78 Felsom Street, Bufi'alo,
writes that for eight long years he had
tried every known l-nn-ly to cure him of
piles, also had been treated by physicians
without success, when he was ultimately
cured by Thomas' Electric Oil. Paul (.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Aro you disturbed at eight nnd broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If bo, go at once and get a bottle of
.Mrs. inslow g Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little Riillerer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief ami
health to the child, operating like mngic.
It is perfectly Mite to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is tho proserin
tion of one of the oldest and Wst female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
hold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
"I'm all Played Out,"
is a common complaint. If you feel so,
get a package of Kidney Wort and tako it
and you will at once leel its tonic power
It renews the healthy action of the kid
neys, bowels and liver, and thus restore
the natural life and strength to tho weary
body. It can now bo had in either dry or
liquid torm, and in either way is always
prompt and efficient in action. New Bed-
Cam ku. No Knife. No Pain. No Sick
ness. No Fearful Treatments. Treatise
free. Go or send to Dr. Kline, 031 Arch
St., Thilada, Pa.
CAIRO CITY FEIIRY CO.
THREE -VVn STATES.
On and after Monday. Jnne 7th. and nntll further
notico tho ferryboat will make trlpi aa followa:
LIATIt LIAVII LIATH
Foat Fourth it. Mltaoiirl Land'g. Kontuclcy Ld'g.
8:00 a.m. 8:80 a. m. . a. m.
10:00. m. 10:50 a.m. It a.m.
1:00 p.m. l:Hp,n, 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4;H0 p.m. R;00p.m.
1p.m. 11:80 p.m. 8p.ni
TO YOUNO MEN AND OTHERS.
We annd nn trial for thirty daya our Kluctro-Vol
talc Bolus Banda and Huaponnorloa, to young men
ana omura aunoriBa irora woapnoiaui. nervoii de
bility, loat vitality, loit manhood, and many othor
nioaaoa. we unarnutoe anttndy enroa and rom-
lota ruitornUo of manhood, Aildmaa without
Inlay, VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marihall, Mich.
Mtaataaa t MMMtMa MMM a a a $ Maa
ti.it Mcati aMaaat a Ml Mtiaaai
aaaaaaaa HIMMimaMiMiHNii rXla f
Ma. . MN
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MICE 50 cents ami 61.00.
Article from cur
VMelina ucb m
Vaseline Cold Cream,
Vaseline Camphor Ice,
Vaseline Toilet Soapi,
ii ..Mriar ur dollar m.
and Diphtheria, etc
An agreeable form of tak
ing Vateline internally.
25 CENTS A BOX.
of all oar goods.
EXFOaiTIOK. COLGATE & C0..H.Y.
At Phil Howard' old ttand,
rpiIE BEST OF FRESH MEAT OF ALL KINDS
A alwaya un hand In laree qimiitltlen, and unp
olled to aleamboatd at all bourn. John Olado, well
Icdswd to river ruvn, will be found aboard all boats
to tako ordera for meat.
K EW ADVERTISEMENTS.
P17 4 film Vs 0'0AS. 17 Stopa 5 Sot
Idon Touiue Hoods, onlv
tS Add roue Daniel F. Boatty,
Washington, N. J.
Troatlne ou Improved Method. Taliloa,
yMd. price", prutlm A minoral atatlatlva.
AMKK1UAN DKIEU CO., Uhamhora-
RE VISED NEW TESTAMENTS I
Illustrated Cheapest and Boat. Soils at Sibt.
I,0NEwN 8 PICTORIAL BIBLES!
Agonta wautcd, A. J. HOLM AN 4 CO., Phllailit.
OLD MEDAL AWARDED
tii Author. A dhw and aTHaj. uJ.
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chMApmt, uidiaiimiubla to miry
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flnnat Kronob ninalia, omitoaaral,
full llt ,WU pp.IWOK.IIU bMotilul
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tiona, prioa ool. $1J& HDt br
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Have you ever KNOAVN
Any pcraoii to hu snlotuly 111 without a weak
tmnai'h or inartivd liver or klilnova? Ana whon
theno ( riMimarfl In uuuil condition do you not rind
their poeaor onjovlnij good health t I'arker'a
(iilnjof Tonic alwaya regulatim I bono Important or
enna. and never fal la lo miiko tho blood rub and
liuro, and to atrenirthen every part of the ayatcm.
It ha cured hundred of donirinjt Invalid. Ak
your drucciHt about it.
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ro.., Janenvllla. Wli.
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