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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1881.
Mayor N. B. Thlntlewood.
Trwuwrur 1'. J Krth.
Clerk Dentil. J, Kolny.
CouDKulor Wm. U. Gilbert.
Manthdl L. H.Meyer,
Attorney WlllUm Heudrlcki.
BOAHO Or AIJIIHlliK.
KlMt Wrd I'otcr Satin, T. M. Klmhrongh.
Hocond Ward JoaM llluklii, C. N. Illinium.
Third Ward-n. V, Wake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Churl 0. Patter, AdolpU Swo
boda. Klflh Ward-T. W. HallldaT. Erneat D. Petttt.
Circuit JudL'H 0. ,T. )akr.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvln.
County JudKuK. W Yocuro.
County OliTk H.J. lliimra.
County Attorney J . M. Damron.
County Treaauror Miles W. l'arkor.
Sheriff John llodKa.
Coroner it. Fitzgerald.
ConntyCotmnlKitlonttri T. W. Balllday, J. A.
Glbua and Hainuul Urlley.
CAIUO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
atrcota; preaching first and tblrd ttundaya in
each mouth, 11 a. m. and 7:l p. m.i prayor meet
luii Thursday, 7::X)u, ui ; Hunoay orliool, (t:W.tu
Kev. A. .1. HESS, Pan tor.
CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER EyU copal)
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:0") a. in., Holy
Kuchalat; S:30 a.m., Sunday achool ; 10:45 a.m.,
Morning prayer; 8:00 p. m.,evenlcg prayers. F.
P. Davenport, 8. T, K Rector.
fJMRST MISSIONARY BAPTI8T CHUHCH.
r Preaching at 10:90 a. m., 8 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Bahbatb achool at 7:80 p. m Hey. T. J. bhorei,
JUTIIERAN-Thlrtecnth itreet; aervlcea Kab
J bath 1 :30 a. m. ; Sunday achool 2 p. m. Rev.
METHODIHT Cor. Eighth and Walnut ttreota;
Preaching Babhath 10:30 a. in. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wedneaday ?:0 p. m.; Sunday
School, t a. in. Rev, WMtutker, paator.
PRESBYTERIAN Eighth atreet; preaching on
Habbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
martini; Wednesday at 7:80 p.m.; Hnnday School
at i p. m. Her B. Y. 'Jeore, pastor.
ST. JOSEPH'S-- Roman Catholic) Corner Croee
and Walnut streets; ecrvlree Sabbath 10:80a.
n.; Hnuday School at 2 p. m.; Wspnrs 3 p. m.; ier
ncua every day at 8 a. m. Hev. O'llara, l'rient.
ST. PATRICK'S-dtoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and Washington avenue; aerrlcea Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m.; Venper 3 p. m.; Sunday School
i p. m. aervlces every day at 8 a m. Rev. MaHlersoli
It. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THAN ABIUVI. TRAINS DEPART.
tVall .4:10 a.m
MISS CENTRAL Ii. R.
Mall - 5:30 p.m ItMall ...... .. Sa.m
tExprer ll:'10a m tExpren 9: J") a.m
C. 4 ST. L, R. R. (Narrow Gauge.)
BxpreM 4:?0p.mErirea 9:40 a.m
Accom'datoln 12:) p.m Accom'datliin. 1 :.'(0 p.m
Sunday eicur'n 8:05 p.m Sunday cicnr'n 8:40 a.m
ST.L., I.M. 4 8. It. R.
tXxpn.M 3:V.a.m I tExprcan ..!2:'p rn
tAccoro'uMlun. t:) p.m tAccom'dation.ll :4j a.m
CAIRO t INCEKNES R. R,
Mall 4 Ei .... 5:00 a.m I Mall fc Ex.... 9:39 p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Line Kurminu;
O DAILY TRACTS
V From Cairo,
Making Dikkct Connkction
Trains Liavi Cuwi:
.'1:1 r it 111. Mail.
Arriving In St. Loul a 9:45a.m.; Chlcago.8;.H)p.m.;
Couucctlng at Odin aud EUlnghaiu for i.Mncln.
nati, I.oulavillu, Indlunapolia and pointa Kuel.
11:10 n.m. tit. Louis and "VHtrn
Arriving In St. Loula:05 p. m., and connecting
for all point. Weit.
4:CO jt.m. Kast Kxprcaa.
lor St. Lonla and irhlsago, arriving at St. Louia
10:40 p.m., and Chicago T :) a.m.
4:'JO p.m. Cincinnati KxprMB.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Louiavllle 7:20
a.m.; Indlanapnlla 4:00 a.m. Paaaengur by
thla train rrach the abovo pointa 1W to 3u
liUl'KS In advance of any other route.
rurThe4:90 p. m. express has PULLMAN
SLEEPING CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through sleepers to St, tools and
Fast Time Kast.
Pa oanii rrora tl,:s llno K throngh to East.
JL aoovllJCl O ern points without any delay
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday aftor
noon train from Cairo arrives In now York Monday
morning at 10 :S5. Thlrty-stx houraiu advance of
e,ny otlior route,
Wrlfor throngh tlckols and further Information,
annlv at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JAS. JOHNSON, J. Ii. JONES,
Oen. Soutliern Agont. Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON, Oen. Pass, Agent. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TRAIMI LSAVI CA1H0,
Arkansas andTexua Exprosa 11:30 R.m. Bally
AUIttVJt AT CAIItO,
Bipro.s 8 :M a.m. Daily
Accommodation 8:110 p.m. Dally
Ticket oftlcoi No. uuio Levee.
U. 11 . MILBURN. Agent.
Ornoi-No. 138 Commercial Avenuo, between
Ilflhth and Ninth Htreou
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
fFICE-ElgkU Street, noar Oomvtrclal A vena
PROPRIETOR OP BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELl
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads u Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and LeYee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
JfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street 1 Pfllt'O Til
Commercial Avenue I VttllV, aii.
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TrRNER.Maater.
J.K. MUSK, Clerk.
Leaves Cairo for N'cw Madrid and war points
cry Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at J p, m.
i.iiiptiini. Iaiivhs New Madrid Wednesday. Friday.
aud Monday at 7 a.m.
For rrelgut or pass'e apniy to
JAMES BIUGS. Agent.
Q AV. WHEELER,
Summer AYocJ and Kindling
conat&ntlr on hand
At Seveuty-ilve cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trlmmlnRB"are coarse sbavinga and make
tho best summer wood for cooklns parposoa as well
as the cheapest ever eold In Cairo. For black
smith's uso In sotting tires, they are unequalled
uvbvo uor uraera ai me Tenth street wooa vru
JESSE HINKLE & SON,
70 OIIIO LEVEE.
tVLarue itock of fresh moata of all kinds eon
stautly ou litud. Meat delivered to any part of thu
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Mural Fruit flavors
Prepared from the choicest
Fruits! without coloring, poison
oils oils, acids, or artificial
Essences. Alway uniform in
utretiqth, without miff aititttnui
tionn or impurities. JIave yaincd
their reputation from their per
fect purity, superior strenrth
and quality. Admitted by all
who have used them as the most
delicate, grateful find natural
flavor for cakes, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Makera of Lopulin Yeast Gemi,
Dr, Price'a Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr, Price'. Unlqae Perfumes.
We make no second grade goods.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
OHICAOO, (MAIN AND l'OUK.
Chicago, September 2!), 10:00 a. m
Pork-October, 18 05; Nov'r, 10 20.
Wheat -Oct'r, 1 39?'; Nov'r, t 43 J.
Corn Oct'r, 72; Nov'r, 73,.
Outs Oct'r, 4" ; Novr, 45J8'.
Chicago, September 30, 13 t.
Pork-Oct'r, 18 05; Jan'y, 19 30.
Wheat Oct'r, 1 1 40; Nov'r, 1 4:.r.(.
Corn Oct'r, 73 $ Nov'r. 76.
Oats-Oct'r, 45 ; Nov'r. 45.
Chicago, September CO, 1 r. m.
Pork-Oct'r, 18 05; Nov'r, 10 15.
Wheat Oct'r, 1 38 i Nov'r, 1 41ft.
Corn -Oct'r, 71; Nov'r, 71.
tJaTSOctV, 45; Nov'r, 45J4. .
New York, September 30, 13 m.
Wheat No. 2 Chicago, 1 441 45.
" Red, 1 53!t'l MX.
Jorn No. 2, 7G.
This month the full elections arc to
commence, running into November, in
which month most of them are to be held.
Following is a memorandum of the states
in which elections are to lie held, the offi
cers to he clu'S'jn aud tho times ut which
elections are to take place :
Mur laud A comptroller, house of dele
gates and half the senate. Nov. 7th.
fllassachusetu A governor und a full
board of ntato officers and legislature.
Minnesota A governor, full board of
state oflicers, liouso of representatives and
halt tho senate. November 7th.
Mississippi A governor, full board of
state oflicers, hou'c of representatives and
half tho senate. November 8th.
New Jersey An assembly and one-third
of the sonatc. November 8th.
New York A partial board of state offi
cers, assembly and half the senate. Also
members of congress, in thu ninth
district, in place of Fernando Wood,
deceased; in the eleventh district in place
of Levi P. Morton, appointed minister to
France; and in tho twenty-second and
twenty-seventh districts in placo of Warner
Miller and El bridge G. Lapham, elected
senators of tho United States, November, 8.
Ohio A governor and three other state
officers, and full legislature, October, 11.
Ponsylvania A btatc treasurer and full
legislature. November, 8.
Virginia A governor, full board of stato
officers and full legislature. November 7.
Wisconsin A governor, full board of
stato officers, chief justire, assembly and
half the senate. November, 8.
Tho only elections in which general in
terest will bo manifested to any extent aro
thoso in Virginia and Mississippi. In
theso Southern States thero is an activo
strugglo between bourbonism and progress.
These states aro under democratic control,
but thero aro democrats and democrats.
Tho enlightened mon of tho party recog
nize that thero Las been a vast change in
tho social, political, industrial and
commercial conditions of tho country.
There has been enormous growth, thero
are still enormous needs. All theso things
statesmanship must rccogni.e, ami for them
statesmanship must provide. Schemes and
policies which wcro designed and contrived
to moot tho demands of a quarter of a cen
tury ago are as absoluto and nullified for
the needs of to-day as the trousers aud jack
et of tho schoolboy aro for the mature and
full-growu man. Many southern democrats
boo and understand this fact, and iu thuir
efforts to shape public policy to meet these
urgent necessities they como in conflict
with thoso highly respectable, but eminent
ly purblind and dousoly wooden headed
people who arc seeking to keep this giant
republic in tho swaddling clothes of its
babyhood. Whatever local riuestions may
haVO Iiri.m'n in llin Virmmii anil M luuiuui nni
election, the great issue is tho struggle be
tween modern enlightened progress and the
darkness mid inertia of ancient Dotirbon-
London, September 27.
Illaluo, Secretary, Washington, I). C.:
Have received tho following telegram
from the queen:
"Would you express my sincere condol
ence to tho late president's mother and in
quire after her health, as well as after Mrs.
Her majesty adds:
"I should he thankful it you would pro
cure mo a good photograph of General
Signed Lowf.ix, Minister.
Assistant Secretary Hitt replied as fol
Lowell, Miiiibtcr, London Your tele
giam expressing the compassion of the
queen for the mother of tho late president
was duly forwarded to Mrs. Garfield at
Mentor, Ohio. I havo just received the fol
lowing reply :
"Please request Mr. Lowell to express to
majesty, the queen, tho grateful acknowl
edgment of tho mother ot Gen. Garfield and
my own for the tender, womanly sympathy
she has been pleased to send. Alto that
her majesty's wish will bo oomplied with
at an early day."
higuedj "L. It. Gaukikli).
T. W. Eigginson on the Health of Wo
men. With tho influx into cities has como
an increasing habit of spending a third
or a quarter of a year in the country,
this being tho time when country lifo
is most avuilablo, aud perhaps tho only
time when it is essential. There is a
great deal to enjoy in tho country in
winter; but on the whole, for physical
training, tho city offers a better oppor
tunity in winter. It has miles of sido
walk for walkinjr, at the samo timo
when our rural villages are half buried
in snow; and in all gymnastic advant
ages thoro is no comparison. Tho
finest physical typos in Now England
are ordinarily to be found, not among
tho fanners' daughters, but among tho
well-to-do families in our cities and su-'
burbs families who spend as a matter
of course, their summer vacations on
tho seashore or among tho mountains.
All improved habits as to diet, bathing,
ventilation aro carried with the sum
mer boarders into the country. 'Don't
you think I know," said a resolute
landlady in Vermont, "what kind of
folks are willing to sleep on feather
bods?" and sho added, '.'We have few
er and fewer of 'em every year."
Middlo-nged people can recall tho im
rncuso increase of physical freedom
given to young girls, first in the cities,
then in the country, by tho introduc
tion of rubber boots and water-proof
cloaks. Of course the country is the
place for long free walks and for climb
ing, but who takes tho walkP As a rule,
tho city boarders.
So in regard to healthy outdoor
games that aro doing so much for the
young girls. Croquet was first known
in cities and then in tho suburbs ; it
now sets up its wickets in every farm
house yard. It is the same with archery
and lawn-tennis. These exercises pro
ceed from tho city outward, not from
tho country inward. Whou they havo
ceased, like croquet, to bo fashionable,
they may turn out like that to havo
established a firm hold in regions whore
people do not care whether a thing is
fashionable or not.
It is not the experience of our public
schools that tho children of emigrant
parents aro healthier, on tho vnolo,
than tho more comfortable of our nati vo
born. Consumption has been regarded
as the special scourge of New England,
but a physician told me lately that no
class among us seemed to have so little
stamina to resist it as tho young girls
of foreign parentage. A worthy poor
Irish wnlpw living near mo has lost one
of four grown-up daughtors by this dis
ease, and two more aro rapidly sinking
under it, leaving her but one. In the
presence of such facts I doubt whether
even the tonic influence of poverty can
counterbalance tho good ellects of care
and nursing and the ordinary comforts
A Prudent Court.
One Allison was a notorious Now
Moxicau outlaw, of whom a story is
told regarding the killing of a gambler
named Chubb, at Cimarron, New Mex
ico. Court was in session when tho
murder was committed, and the sher
rlflf took Allison immediately beforo
the Judge. When Allison came to tho
(rout ho suddenly whipped out a big
navy rovolvcr, and, placing it before
him on tho table, said, "Judge, don't
make no mistake I want justice done,
and propose to hold this court respon
sible." 'Sheriff, disarm tbo prisoner," said
"Your Honor, I beg to be excused,"
"Summon a posse!" ordered tho
will kill the Grst man that moves!"
"This court standi adjourned for the
present term," was tho only further or
dor of the court, and tho prisoner and
tho court niovod out ot tho building
from opposito doors.
A Beautiful Idea,
Iu tho mountains of Tyrol it is the
custom of tho women and chlldron to
como out when it is bedtime, and sing.
Tholr husbands, father and brothers
answor thorn from tho hills on their re
turn homo. On tho shores of tho Adri
atic; such a custom prevails. There, tuo
wives of tho fishormon como down
about suusot and sing a melody. After
singing the first stanza they llston a
while for an answering molody from off
tho water, and continue to sing ana
llston till the well-known voloo Is born
on tho waters, tolling that the loved
ono Is almost home. '
"Thine Till Death, Divorcfl, or Bank
ruptcy. " Listen, George. I am, os you
know, the only daughter of a daring
speculator In low-pricotl stocks. My
father," said tho dovoted damsel, with
a far-away look of pride, ".has often
matlo as much as $10 on a single turn
of fancies. Ho is now," she added
with a deep blush, " bulling the mar
ket. If things fall his way we will wal
low in wealth. I understand from non
ollioial sources that you aro poor; that
you breakfast on a frco-lunch route and
dine at dimu saloons a convincing
proof of poverty. Farowell, George; it
can never bo."'
" I am no longer poor."
'What! J)o I hear correctly? You
"Aye, proud girl, and a pocket check
hook on tlio bank."
"Do you belong to the railroad ring?
Aro you building a narrow-gauge P
Havo you struck a copper inirin 111 tho
(loose Creek section? Aro you runniue
a quartz milV at Mod canyon? "Tell
nio, George, whence came hif wealth;
I perspiro with anxiety."
"Two weeks ago f had a doad point
on slocks from nn insider; hejravo it as
a great favor, and told me to buy ev
"Well, I did not. I coppered him.
"Yes, and naturally I'm now richer
than he feared or hoped I over would
"Then, George, I am thine thino
till death, divorce, or your bankrupt
IIow lie Fscapod the Brigands.
The brigands of Thessaly havo vowed
eternal vt ngcanco upon tho person and
descendants of a" naturalized British sub
ject Janni lioyardji by namo, who
rocently played a very pretty trick up
on two of their number. Having fal
lon into their hands ho was offered his
liberty upon the prompt payment of
200 bras. Ho made no objection to
their demand, but told them I hat he'had
not the money ubout liim.'adding that if
they w old bo good enough to como to
a siiKil! retired village, they should at
oii''0 be paid ; and in order to savo
them tho faiigue and danger of discov
ery involved by going on foot, he of
fered to t:iko them to the placo ho
named in his boat, widen -was not
far off. Tho brigands graciously ac
quiesced in this arrangement and tho
four accordingly stepped into tho boat
and set off together. When at somo
littlo distance from tho shoro tho wily
lioyardji' managed to upset tho boat,
and s a mo ashoru with his man, who
was ns g'iod a swimmer as himself,
leaving the two brigands to roach tho
land us best they rottld. They wero
bulb d:iwn'd ; and .lannl liovardji has
applied to tho lirit'rsh VicCousul for
A I.ADV'S If AT It SAVED X) V MS L'SK.
Burnett's Coconino will keep the hair in
a strong and healthy condition by stimulat
ing the roots uf the hair and restoring the
natural action upon which its growth de
pends. Twenty years a"0 a simile bottle
saved a lady's hair in a desperate case
where every treatment had tailed; and
since thut early success thousands of cases
of Baldness, D.uidrull'. Lob.sot Hair and Ir
ritation of the Sclp have yielded to this
I he superiority 1,: Burnetts Flavoring
Extracts consists iu their perfect purity ami
If You Are Sick, liead
the Kidney-Wort advertisement in another
column, and it will explain to you tbo ra
tional method ot getting well. Kidney-
Wort will save you more doctor's bills than
any other medicine known. Acting with
specific, energy on tho kidneys and liver, it
cures the worst diseases caused by their
derangement. I'so it at once. In dry and
liquid form. Either is equally efficient, thu
liquid is tho easiest, but the dry is tho
mo.'-t economical. I Interior.
An Old Doctor's Advice.
It was this: "Trust in God and keep
your IiowcIb open." For this purpose many
an old doctor has advised the habitually
coHtivo to take Kidney-Wort for no other
remedy bo effectually overcomes this condi-
lion, and that without the distress and grip
ing which other medicines cause. It is a
ralical cure for piles. Don't fail to uso it
Translated from the New Yorker Zeituns.
Food for the brain and nerves that will
invigorate the body without intoxicating is
what wo need in theso days of rush and
worry. Parker's Ginger Tonic restores tho
vital energies, soothes tho nerves and brings
good health quicker than anything you can
use. Tribune. See other column.
Fiwt und Loose.
Decay loosens tho teeth. SOZODONT
removes the caiiFto of their destruction, and
they retain their place in the dental process.
After a few applications, it will bo noticed
that tho natural indentations in thorn,
formerly filled with corroding tartar, pres-
ent a spotless appcaranco and their en
amelled surfaces glisten witli liecomtng
lustre. Thus beauty is heightened and
Wuitk to Mrs. Lvdia E Pinkham. 233
Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for names
of ladies that havo been restored to perfoct
health by the use ot her vegetatiio Com
pound. It is a positive cure for the most
stubborn cases of female weakness.
(Jo to Paul G. Schuh for Mrs. Freemau's
Now National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are tinequiilod. Color
from 3 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Fellows' Syrup of llypophosphitcs, by
restoring Btrcngth to tho nerves and muscles
of tho stomach, cures dyspepsia, which : is
but tho result of loss of nervous strength
followed by muscular relaxation.
Files! Piles!! Piles!!!
A SUUKCCIIE KOUND AT LAST. NO ONK NEED
A sure euro for the Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles hag been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Indian rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indian Oint
ment. A single box has cured the worbt
chronic cases of 23 and 30 years standing.
No one need suffer five minutes after apply
ing this wonderful soothing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
instant and painless relief, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private parts
and nothing else.
Head what the Hon J. M. CoiHnberry, of
Cleveland, says about Dr. William's Indian
Pilo Ointment: "I have used scores of
pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to say
that I have never found anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment."
For sale by all druggists, or mailed on
recoipt of price 1.00.
Frank 8. IIknuy & Co.,
Solo Prop's, Clovcland, O.
For sale by Geo. E. O'hara, Druggis.
if others! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at ciiht and broken
of your rest by a sick child sufferintr and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? If so, go at once anil get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor littlo sufferer 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,
ami pive rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perrectly sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, aud is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold evercy where. 25 cents a bottle.
k Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. .Neglect frequentl re
sult! in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
iVsthma, lironchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers Bre subiect to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
Second Editiou of Job.
Mrs. Ogden,N. Division Street, Buffalo,
says: "I cannot be too thankful that I
was induced to try your Spring Blossom. I
was at one timo afraid I should never be
able to L'et out BL'ain. I seemed to be a
second edition of Job without his patience;
tny face and lody were one vast collection
of boils and pimples; since taking one bot
tle of your Spring Blossom I am quite
cured, all eruptions have disapppcarcd, and
I feel better than I have in a lorn? time."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
O. Schuh, Agent.
She Passed It Along.
"I send you my testimonial in reference
to Spring Blossom, having tuken it for dys
pepsia and receiving almost immediate re
lief. I passed it to my neighbor, who is
using it with same results.
Mrs. J. W. Leffblt,
'Klmira, N. Y."
Price $1.00, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
O. Schuh, Agent.
A Liberal Offer.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Belts,
Bands, etc., for the cure of 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 tbo University of Michigan, and are
claimed to bo tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances for the cure of diseases that
have yet boon constructed upon scientific
principles. See their advertisement in this
F. A. Scratch, druggist, Buthven, Ont.,
writes: "I havo tho greatest confidence in
your Burdock Blood Bitters. In one case
with which I am personally acquainted
their success was almost incredible. Ooo
lady told mo that half a bottle did her
more good than hundreds of dollars' worth
of medicine sho had previously taken.
Price 11.00, trial size 10 cents. I aul U.
The Law of Kindness
Is universal ; it affects all ' tho human fam
ily, all animals, and may lie found in pat
ent medicines.- Some are drastic, and the
patient is obliged to snffor pains worse than
the disease; but in cases of Obstinate con
stipation, dyspepsia, there is no remedy so
kind, bo gentle in its effects, and yet so sat-
isfactory, as Burdock Blood Bitters. Price
f 1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh,
An Entire Success.
It lias been proved by the moBt reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclectric Oil is an -entire
success in curing the most invctcrato
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back,
and wounds of every description. Paul W.
8chnh, Agent. '
Mr. Albert Anderson, York Street,.Buf
falo, fell down' stairs and severely bruised
his knee. A few applications ' of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil entirely cured him.
faul O. Schuh, Agent.
Alton's Brain Food positively cures nerv
oiumcis, nervous debility, and all weakness ;
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $3. . All
druggists. 8ond for circular to Allen's
rharuiscy, 815 First Ave., N. Y. . Sold In
Cairo by Barclay Bros.