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THE . DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER G, 1881.
TreaaunirT J. Krtli.
C'lnrk Dennla. i. Foley.
CounaolorWm. B. Gilbert,
harahal L.'II. Myra,
Attorney William Hcndrlcka.
XMHU OF AUlRUMf N.
Kirnt Ward-Peter Saiip. T, M. Klmbrongh.
Kecood Ward Jie Hinklo, c. N. HuiiUen.
Third Ward-Ii. Y, Hlake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Cbarlea 0. Patier, Adolph 8wo
boda. Fifth Ward-T. W. nalllday, KruntB. PatM.
Circuit Cltrk-A. II. Irvln.
County Jndije K. H Yocum.
County Clerk b. J. Ilurnm.
County Attorney J. M. Datnron.
County TrcaHtiw MUoa W. Parker,
Sheriff John Hodge.
Coroner It. Fitzgerald.
County Commliminnnra T. W. Hal 11 day, J. A.
Olbba and bamuel Brlley.
(1A1R0 BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Toplar
Jatreeta; preaching flrt and third bunilaya In
each month, 11 a. m. and 7:' p. ra.: praynr meet
ing Tuurftday, 7:30 u. m. ; Sunday arhool, 9:30 a.m
Key. A. J. HESS, Pastor.
CHURCH OF THE HEDEBMK& (Bylacopal)
Fourteenth atreet; bunday 7:mJa. ni., Iluly
Eachaalal; 41 :30 a. m , Hiuiday arhnnl ; 10:48 a.m.,
Morning prayer; 8:wp. m.,tTculii prayera. P.
P. Davenport, S. T, K. Hector.
FIRST M18BIONAKY BAPTIST CHUKCH.
Prear.hliiK at 10:80 a. n.., S p. m., and 7:80 p. m.
Sabbath ichool at 7:80 p. m her. T. J. Shore,
JrjTHKRAN-Thlrloenth street; anrviees Hab
J bath 1:3" a. m.; Sunday .chool2p.m. Key.
METHODIST Cor. Etghtb and Walnut alreota;
Preaching Habhath 10:) a. ra. and 7 p.m.;
prayer mutating, Wednesday 7:80 p. m.; Sunday
Bchoul, 9 a. m. Rev. Whlttaker, paalor.
PKKS HYTERIAN-Blghth atreet; preaching on
babhath at 11:0(1 a. m. and 7:80 p. ra.; prayer
meeting Wertneadav at 7:8'tp. tn.; Sunday School
kt i p. m. Kev 1). V. Cieorrfc, pantor.
ST. JOHRPH'8-.Hoinau Catholic) Corner Cro.i
and Walnut atreeta; aervtcea bahbath 10:80a.
.; Sunday School at t p. m. ; Veapera 3 p. m. ; let
ncea every day at 8 a. m. Kuv. O'liara, Prion.
ST. PATHICK'H Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
ireet and Waxhlnguin avenue; aurvlcva Sab
bath 8 and In a.m.: Venpem 8 p. m. ; Sunday School
I p. m. aervlcea every day at 8 a m. Kev. MasU'raoil
II. II. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
TRAKS ARIUVE. TRAIN biriKT.
tMall - 4.10a.m
Accoru'dallon. 4:00p m
tKiDreri 8:J0 p,m
MISS CENTRAL It
!t:Wp.m I tMall...,
ExpreM 11:) a m
C. AST. L. R. R
KiprM 4:10 p.m
Aecom'datnin li:: p.m
Sunday excur'n 8:1)5 p. in
KiproM 9:40 a m
Accom'datlon. 1:80 p.m
Sunday excur'n 8:40 a m
ST. L., I.M 8. H. R.
Exprem 2:Va.m I tExpreM M..12:0T.p m
tAccom'datlou. S:pm tAccom'dntloD. 11:45 a m
CAIRO t INCENSES R. R.
Mall&Ei.... B:00t.miMkU 4 Ex,... 9:39 pm
Daily except Sunday, t Dally .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Running
9 DAILY TRAINS
U From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
Trains Lbavi Cairo:
3:1 num. Mail.
Arriving In St. Loula 9:45 a.m : Chicago, 8 :80 p.m.;
Conmx-ttng at Odin and Effingham for Cincin
nati, LoaUvllle, Indiannpoll and point East.
11:10 H.m. Ht..louin sitid Wwtwn
Arriving In St. Loui 7:05 p. ra., and connecting
for allpolnt Weft.
!:; i).m. P'awt Kxproaw.
lor St. Loula and ChlrAgo, arriving at St. Loula
10:40 p.m., and Chicago 7:20 a ra
4:i0 pm. Cincinnati Kxprs.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.! Louiaville 7:20
am.; IndlananolU 4:0 a.m. Paaaenger by
thin train reach the above point 111 to 30
HOURS lu advance of any other route
.. ryfThe 4:30 p. m. cxprcM ha PULLMAN
KLKEP1NOCAH Cairo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through aluepvr lo St. l,oul and
Fa.st Time Kast.
T . ,mu b tbl lino go through to Kaft.
raSSengerS m point without any delay
canted by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrlvea In new York Monday
nornttig at 10:3.'). Thirty-nix hour In advance of
any other route. t .
awr or llirougn iickuip nnu uuuici luiiTiuuiiou,
pplT t Ullnol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo,
Oen. Southern Agent Hcket Agent.
A . U . HAN SON , Hon . PaK. Agent. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TRAIN I.EAVI CAIRO,
Arkainas andTwai Kxpro 11 :80.m. Dally
ARIUVI AT CA11UI,
Accommod atlon 8 :80 p . m. Dally
Ticket omco: no. unio iven.
U. H. MIL, BURN, Agent
E. W. WniTLOCK,
Orrtoi No. 1M Commordal Avonao, between
Blitbth ana Htntn otieeu
JJR. W. 0. J0CELYN,
FFICK Elghtk Street, near Corn tela! Avenue
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR T0N.WEU
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
KILL AND COMMISSION.
FL0UB. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cabh Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT I Eli & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth treet Poirn Til
Commercial Avenue! VaiiU. All.
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TURNER, Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Leave Cairo for New Madrid and way point
ovcry Tuesday, Thurcday and rlaturitay at 2 p, m.
Roturnlng leave New Madrid Wudnotday, Friday,
and Monday at 7a.m.
Fur rrelgut or paosaw apiny m
JAMES MUGS, Agent.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood ami Kindling
. conitantly on hand
At Seveuty-five cents dit load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trlmmlng"are coar.o ("havings and make
the bout aummor wood for cooking purpose well
aa tho cheapen ever told In Cairo. For black
rmlth' nsu Insetting tires, thoy are nnecjnallod
Leave ynor order at tho Tenth atruet wood yard
JESSE HINKLE & SON,
70 OHIO LEVEE.
nr-Larue atock of fr( th moat of all kind con
etimlly ou baud. Meat dollyored to any part of the
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Hatural Fruit Flavors,
Prejmred from tho choicest
Fruits, without, coloring, poison
ous oils, acids, or artificial
IZsaences. A (wait uniform in
ntrmgth, without any wlnttrro
Hons oriiHjmritieH. Have gained
their reputation from their per
fect puritft, superior strength
and quality. Admitted by all
who have used thrums the most,
delicate, grateful and natural
flavor for cakes, puddings,
STEELE & PRICE,
Clsicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Makor of Lapulin Yeast Gems,
Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr. Prlce'a Unique Perfumes.
We make no second grade goods.
MARKETS RY TELEGRAPH
CIIICAOO, GRAIN ANIJ TOIIK.
Chicago, October 5, 10:00 a. m.
rork-Oct'r, 18 75; Nov'r, 19 00.
Wheat -Nov'r, 1 42; Dec'r, 1 41.
Corn-Nov'r, 08; Dec'r, 08.
Oata-lWr, 474' ; Dec'r
Cuicaoo, October 5, 12 m.
Pork-Nov'r, 18 03; Dec'r, 00 00.
WLeat-Novr, 1 yx Dec'r,! 43?..
Corn-Nov'r, C7;; Dec'r. CB'8'.
Oats-Nov'r, 45; Dec'r. 40?.
Cuicaoo, October 5, 1 r. m.
Pork-Oct'r, 18 75; Nuv'r, 10 10.
Wheat Nov'r, 1 42; Dec'r, 1 445B.
Corn Nov'r, 083; Dec'r, G8;V.
Oats Nov'r, 40; Dec'r, 40;.
The Piasa took ouc barge to Paducali, to
The John DippoM went to St. Louis
from New Orleans.
The Joseph Biglcy passed up to St. Louis
from New Orleans.
The Ooklen Crown left New Orleans last
night for Cincinnati.
Mr. Ilubbdl, (pilgrim) of New Orleans,
was in town last night.
Tho City of Providence added largely fur
Vicksburg last night.
The Golden Rule leaves Cincinnati Sat
urday, for New Orleans.
Taylor Wells was in town last night,
waiting the arrival of tho Will Kyle.
The government boat H. J. Wheoler came
down from Mound City, with Capt. Quiun
and Capt. Good.
Tho John II. Maude had a light trip for
St. Louis, consisting of 300 bales of , cotton.
Sho passed up at noon yesterday.
William Elliott, who was employed by
the wharf-boat company last winter, has
accepted a position on wharf-boat No, 2, for
The John Oi'more came out from St,
Louis with a tow of barges for tho Future
City, and returned with the Future City's
A turbulent interview yesterday between
Captain Tom Wilson and a foreign gentle
man, who desired to embark upon a voyage
to Capo Girardeau, excited tho admiration
of those who witnessed tho contest, and
has resulted in tho appointment of tho cap
tain as charge do affairs of foreign emigra
tion, to whom all pentlt'inmi poss'-oscd of a
limited knowlt dgo of tho English language
will please apply, lie can be found at all
times at his post.
YE SAINT LOUIS "DRUM M Ell."
Tho "Drummer" went drumming, out in
tho west; and " ho went drumming, ho
'pulled down bin vest;" and as ho walked
up, and aa lie walked down, ho seemed to
inhabit tho wholo of the town t Ho lifted
liia hat, ho presented his card, and ho men
tioned tho price of Baint Louis laid ; and
this he continued to blow on IiIb horn : Tho
short crop of cyttoo, tho high prion of corn,
tobacco had "Hi,," and whisky was "scare,"
and than ho wiped off tho sweat from his
face I Thus did ho linger around fur
awhllo, giving and "taking" a sweet little
"smllo" exchanging bis views ou tho
itato of tho weather, tho crop and tho
rust, and taking another 1
'Tub Ualuday," Oct. 5, 1881.'
OLD TRIM'S TRIMMINGS.
Donoou, III., October 2d, 1881.
What a strango medley of contradictions
wo are! Just twelve months ago wo had
many sharp and angry discussions with dif
ferent men on tho subject of our lute la
mented president's standing as to morals
they declaring ho was a thief, and that it
had been proven ; your unworthy scribbler
denying all such infamous and slanderous
charges. On tho day of Garfield's inter
mont, wo saw somo of those false accusers,
wearing badges of mourning for Garfield
and speaking highly in his praise, lauding
him highly for his genuine honesty and
general course of uprightness. While
keenly watching these things, the idea that
we are too free in America for our good
struck us with much forco. Everybody in
the United States is free to declare that a
candidate tor the presidency is a thiol, a
rx.otwVrel and everything cluo dishonora
ble, and his can be done with impunity.
On the dHy of the funeral of President
Garfield, business of all kinds was suspend
ed in Dongola from 2 o'clock to 4 p. in.
and the most of tho business houses draped
in mourning. Only three stores that failed
to drape. A general saddness seemed to
pervade all. All tho church going portion
of our citizens wended their way to the
Union church, and listened to a discourse on
the solemn occasion. It is the united wish
of the people of Dougola that Guiteau be
speedily tried, convicted and put to death,
and his vile carcass hid from view. In
this present age of crime ami lawlessness,
however, we think it doubtful whether
Guiteau be hanged for his crime or not.
The lawyers will work up the insanity
doge and pave bis vile neck from the rope,
and the powers that bo will sentence him,
to he petted awhile in an insane asylum.
This is Old Trim's belief.
Lawyers work for money, and while it
may bo that Charles Guiteau may not havo
a dollar, his friends may have a great many
thousand and rather than have the, wretch
hanged they will hire a few conscientious (?)
lawyers and doctors to provo him chronic
ally insane. We shall wait and see what
we shall see.
Do the Cairo folks want to feed upou the
best bread in the nation! If so, let them
get of Neibaucr's "New Roller Process
flour," and put into the hands ot a good
baker and after eating the bread if you
take the heartburn just write to Frank
about it. Mr. Woodward, of Cairo, is chief
miller and a genuine gentleman he is, and
knows just how to set the burrs to pro
duce tho best of results.
Our farmers many of them arc hold
ing their wheat for fl.GO per bushel.
While I lovo to see farmers prosper I can
not say that I wish to see wheat sellint for
$1.00 per bushel, because it makes bread
taste too atrong of money to be palatable.
There arc other folks besides farines, who
must eat to live. I was never in favor of
seeing any commodity sell for more than
its real value. Speaking of high prices
reminds one of the present price of'taturs."
This has not been so prolific a year for
"taturs," as to cause the people to move
out their fences to give them room to
Our old townsmau, A. J. West, who com
menced clerking two months ago for Mr.
Haythorn, of Cairo, got a call a few days
ago to appear before a Dongola 'squiro and
answer to a charge preferred against him
by one of Uniou county's fair daughters.
Jack appeared but before the matter came
to a focus he concluded to take Greeley's
advice, consequently ho gave tho girl and
the ( Ifico the dodge and lit out for fields in
tho beautiful west.
TiiKHn.l.KTiN oflieo will, this week,
receive from the manufacturer a new ma
chine, one that will bo appreciated in this
section, as it is the first ever brought to
Southern Illinois, and there is now nothing
of tho kii.d within a hundred and fifty
miles of Cairo, It is not as large, but costs
more than a printing press, and works to a
ch.triu. It is a "round hole" perforator,
and is bought expressly for use in the
manufacture of "The Uullktin Pen and
Pencil Scratch-books." Theso are manu
factured from pure juto manilla, with astir
faro that Is sized for ink or pencil. The
stub will be, hereafter, perforated and
stitched, that a leaf may bo taken out in
any part without damago to tho tablet. Tho
machiiiu will also bo used in perforating
tho stubs ot checks, drafts, receipts, blank
notes, etc., which will bo manufactured in
large lota and kept on salu at Tiik Hui.i.k
Tho fund for tho family of President
Garfield remains nearly stationary at $334,
071). Tho Cleveland comn.itteo reports tho re
ceipt of $5,t37 for a monument to President
Tho clearing of tho Chicago banks
reached tho unprecedented figure " of $32,
About fifteen hundred laborers on tho
wharves at Charleston havo struck for an
advaticos in wages.
ikrtolo Bandiago and six tcamasters
were killed at Cedar Springs, Arizona, by
The czar of Russia has made arrange
ments for a meeting with the emperor of
Austria at Warsaw at an eurly date.
By a formal order of tho commissioners,
the name of the dead president has been
given to Central park, in tho west division
Plkakant to the tasto and surprisingly
quick in relieving Coughs and Colds, it is
not at all strange that Dr. Hull's Cough
Syrup has displaced so many other Cough
The French delegation to tho Vorktown
centennial is due in Now York to-day, and
will be escorted up Broadway by the Sev
A caucus of republican senators has been
called for ten o'clock next Saturday morn
ing, and tt is probable that tho democrats
will meet at the same hour.
The German ship fugo was burned in
the South Pacific ocean on August 9, and
the captain with eight men" floated eight
hundrod miles to the coast of Chili in nine
A member of the English royal family is
forming a company with a capital of'3,
000,000 to puHiasc waste lands in Ireland,
and reclaim and let or sell them to tenants
on easy terms.
Two hundred of the most prominent citi
zens of Washington havo signed a call for
a public meeting to-day evening, to take
measures for the erection of the internation
al Garfield hospital.
The captain of the German schooner
Pho'nix, reports tho discovery of a now
island in the south Pacific ocean a square
mile in extent, and war vessels of three na
tions went out from Callao to investigate
Salt Rheum (: .seventeen years. Help
less tor r"ht years. Unable to walk. Got
about on bunds and knees. Head, faco,
neck, arms and legs covered. Cured by
Cuticura Remedies. Will McDonald, 2542
Dearborn street Chicago.
A committee of the confederate, bond
holders of London recently issued a request
that all interested should register. This
was taken as foreshadowing an appeal to
the state legislature in the south, and hence
several purchases of bonds were made at 3
to 4 per cent,
President Arthur returned to tho capital
Tuesday afternoon. Among those who
called at his resilience was a demented per
son named Wilkins, who bore a long docu
ment with many signatures and asked for a
George Ilolden and Frank White have
signed articles to fight for the feather
weight championship and $2,500. Both
will go info training at once, and tho bat
lie will take place near nuai.urgi,, j),,.
troit or Buffalo.
Town elections were held in Conneticut
Monday. Hartford and New Haven divid
ed tho offices about equally between tho
parties; Norwich sn l New Britain went
republican, and Wuterbury chose a demo
The election in Ohio occurs next Tues
day. A few republican meetings wero an
nounced for this week, but in tho majority
of the counties a still-hunt Is believed to bo
tho best policy. Tho result at tho polls
hinges upon the temperance defection from
The grand jury at Washington is nt work
on the case of Guiteau. Surgeon General
Barnes, Policeman Adams and Dr. Lamb
gave their testimony Monday. An indict
ment was found Tuesday, and tho nssassin
will soon be brcight into court to plead.
An attempt to wreck a passenger train
was mado Sunday morning near Hope,
Ark., the scene ot the recent robbery. Tho
spikes were drawn and the fishbiirs removed
at a point only fifteen feet from a long tres
tlo-work. The result was the ditching of a
F. II. Drake, Esq., Detroit, has recovered
from a terrible skin humor, which covered
his bead, faro and hands, by using Cuti
cura Resolvent internally and Ctttirura and
Cuticura Soap externally. This is good
A Coiijrli, Cold or Soro Throat
should be Htopped. iNeglect freqnentl ro
huIu in hii Incurable Lunir disease or on-
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cougn syrups
nml IhiIkiuiis. but act directly on tho inflam
ed puts, al laying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Cotmhs, Catarrh, and
tho Thnmt Troubles which Singers and
Piihlir! Sneakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wido ami constant use lor nearly
mi nut im troneration. thev have attained
well-merited rank among' Iho few staplo
remedies or tho ago. Sold at a.i cents a
If You Are Sick, Road
tho Kidney-Wort advertisement in another
column, nml it will i xplain to you tho ra
tional method of 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
euros tho worst diseases caused by thoif
derangement. Use it at once. Indryaurt
liquid form. Either is equally efficient, the
liquid is tho easiest, but tho dry is the
most economical. i ntorior.
An Old Doctor's Advice.
It was this: "Trust in God and keep
your bowels open." For this purpose many
in old doctor has advised tho habitually
costive to tako Kidney-Wort for no other
remedy so effectually overcomes this condi
tion, and that without the distress and grip
ang which other medicines cause. It is a
radical cure for piles. Don't fail to uso it.
Translated from the New Yorker Zeitung.
Maw ralrnods have discarded tho old
make of scales, substituting tho improved
Howe. Borden, Sellick &,Co., Agts., Chi
Dyhi'KI'kia, diarrhea, and dysentery can
be cured by usmg Wright's Indian Vegeta
ble Pills which give healthy activity to the
entire system. (3)
The ladies who sometime since wero un
able logo out, having taken Lodia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, are quite
recovered, and have gone on their way re
joicing. HoiiKelioM Words.
James Pearson, 28 Sixth street, Buffalo,
says: "I have used your Spiing Blossom
for myself and family, utid think it invalu.
able as a household remedy, for regulating
tno ooweis, nver and kidneys. I shall
never be without it. Prico 00 rents
trial bottles 10 centM. Pmil (i. Khnh
By the community at large, lias been
tliveii to Burdock Blood l!itfnr. N in.
stanco is known where dissatisfaction has
been manifested by then use, or where
audit but benefit followed tin 1F nrlminia.
trations. Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents.
rani u. benun, Agent.
Jos. L. Foote, tho commodore, Elgin, III.,
says Thomas' Eolectric OU cured him of
sciatica with one applicatinn, thoroughly
applied. It also cured him of a severe
cold and cough. He thinks it a very valu
able remedy, and will never be without if.
Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Tumohs. crvsiDclas. mercurial diseases.
scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr.
Lindsev's Blood Searcher."
' Ski.i.khs' Liver Pills" have been thn
standard remedy for malaria, liver com
plaint, costivencss, etc., tor titty ycare.
Of all the remedies on earth that well
may claim attention, Dr. Thomas' Ecleclric
Oil commands especial mention. For won
drous power to cure disease, its fame theie's
nono can throttle. Its merits aro not in tho
puff, but are inBido tho bottle. Rheuma
tism, ncauralgia, Bore threat, asthma, bron
chitis, diphtheria, etc., aro all cured by
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Paul G. Schuh,
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith If all, Bingliamton, N. V.,
writes: "I suffered for several months
with a dull paii) through tho lett lung and
shoulders. I lost ray spirits, appetite and
color, and could with diffculty keep up all
day. My mother procured somo Burdock
utoou nincio, i 4.. i. 4U-... .j...4i onrl
havo felt no pain since tho first week after
using them, and am now quite well."
Prico $1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
Sowing and Reaping.
When a young lady hems handkerchiefs
for a rich bachelor, sho sews that sho may
reap. When seeds of disease are planted
through over indulgence, you can prevent
tho undertaker from reaping tho benefit by
using Spring Blossom. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh,
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are vou disturbed at niuht and broken
of your rest by a sick child Buffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth? It so, go at once and get a bottle- :t
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo tho poor little suuerer 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 and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is the prescrip
tion of ono of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold evereywhore. 25 cents a brittle.
A Liberal Oder.
Wagner & Co. Michigan Ave. & Jackson
St. Chicago, offer to send Electric Bolts,
Bands, etc., for (Im cure of Nervous Debili
ty and other diseases, free, for examination
and trial before purchasing. Theso Elec
tric, Devices aro tho invention of Dr. D. A.
Joy, of tho University of Michigan, and are
claimed to bo tho only Electric Devices or
Appliances for tho euro of diseases that
have yet been constructed upon scientific
principles. Sen their advertisement in this
Food for tho brain and nerves that w ill
invigorate tho body without intoxicating is
what wo need in theso days of rush ami
worry. Parker's Ginger Tonic restores tho
vital energies, soothes the nerves and brings
good health quickor than anything you can
use. Tribune. See other column.
Allen's Brain Food positively euros nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $t. 5 for $3. All
druggists. Bend for circular to Allen
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. olci in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
Go to Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color am iiii qvmled. Color
from 'J to 0 pounds. Directions in English
and German. P'l 15 cents.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the ago for an iNotve Diseases,
All fits topped freo. Send to 081 Arch
itreet, Philadelphia, Peon.