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THE DAILY CAIBO
CAIBO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1881.
Circuit Judge I). J. Hukvr.
Circuit (Murk A, II Irvln.
County Judgu It. H Yocuiu.
County Clerk H. J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M. iJnmron.
County Treasurer Mlloa W, Parker.
Coroner It. Klliigerald.
County Cominissloneri-T. W. Ilalllday, J. A.
Mayor N.B. Thistlnwood.
Trimmirur T J . Kerth.
Clcrk-bcnnls. J, Foley.
Coutmelor Wn. U. Ullbert.
Marshal 1 II. Meyers,
Attorney Will Urn Hendricks.
BOA HI) or aluihmn.
first Ward-Peter Banii. T. M . Klinbrough.
Second Ward Jesse lliukle, 0. N. Hughes.
Third Ward-B. K, Jllake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Charles O. Patler, Adolph Swo
boda. Fifth Ward-T. W. nalllday, Ernest B. Petttt.
pAIRO BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
J streets; preaching; fir-land ttilr'l holidays lu
eacb month, 11 a. in. and 7:l p. m.; prayer meet
ing Thursday, 7: 10 p. in ; Sunday school, !i:;iO a m
Kev. A. .(. HESS, Pastor.
ClintCH OP TUB KKDKKMUK-K)(lKxiIial)
Fourteenth street; Sunday 7:li. in., Holy
Kuchaslnl; V;W a.m., Sunday school; i):4.ri a.m..
Morning prayers; BMSip. in., evening prayers. K.
P. Davenport, 8. T, It. Rector.
TJMKST MISSIONARY I1APTIST CHl'ItCH.
r Preaching at K:W) a. n.., S p. m., and 7:SU p. m.
Sabbath school at 7:3U p. m Itev. T. J. Hbores,
jCTIIEKAN-Tblrteuth air;et; services Sab
J bain 1:80 a. tu.; Sunday school 2 p.m. Ik v.
K nappe, pastor.
1 ETU0I)I8T-('or. Eighth and Walnut streets
I'rearlitnir Sabbath ll:UJa. m. and 7:30 p. m.
rnnday hchool at 3:00 p. m. Kev. J. A. hcarrett,
DKESBYTKHIAN-Blghth street; preaching on
I riahhath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:'H)p. m.; prayer
meeting N wlnesdav at TV) p. m.; nunuay Bcbuol
at 8 p.m. Kev B. V. (ieorge, pastor.
ST. JOSEPH'S--, Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut alreets; servb-eii Sabbath 10:S0a.
D.; Sunday School at 2 p. m.; Vt-snera 3 p. m. ; ser
rices every day at 8 a. m. Kev. O' liar a, Priest.
ST. PATUK'K'8 Roman Catbolle) Corner Ninth
tree! and Washington avenne; aervtces Sab
oath 8 and 10 a. m. ; Vespers 8 p. m.; Handay School
8 p. ra. services every day at 8 a. m. Rev. Masterson
fi. B. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. H.
TUAIX MI-ART. THANS ARHIVB.
Mall...... ........... 4:10 a.ra
Expreiot V: Ma m
tKjpreaa 8:a p,m
MISS CENTRAL H. K.
tMall . .VVip.ro
tExpress ll:Wa m
C. AST. L. R. U
tKipress 9:3) a m
(Narrow Gauge )
Biprs 4:S0 p.m
Accoin'datoln I2:!v p.m
Accnm nation, l:wp.m
Sunday excur'r 8:05 p.m j Sunday eicur'n s:40a.ru
ST.L., I. M. 4 3. It. It.
Express 1:Va.m ItEipress .12:p.m
Accom'dation. ::)p.tn 1 Accom'dation ll:t'ja.m
WADASU, ST. LOUS A PACIFIC K'YCO.
Mall A K .... 5.00 vm Mul! A Et.... 9::'.9p.m
Dally except Sunday. 1 1 ally.
,INOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest lioute
St. Louis anil Chicago.
Tho Onlv Iino Runninti
0 DAILY TRAILS
Making Dikect Connection
Trains Lat Caiho:
I r 11 m. Mail,
Arrlvtiiit In at. Loui. 9 4r a.m. : Chicago. 8::m p.m.;
Cotinectliie al Odin and Ktl'.ni'hnni for Cincin
nati, LouUvllle, IndluiiHpolia and pulnta Kurt.
11;1) ii.ni. Ht. Ijoniw ami V'ttni
ArrlvlnR In St. Loul. :U5 p. ni., and cotmoctini;
for all puinta Wen.
4: p.m. P'hwI J-'.xprBH
lorHt. Louia and Chicago, arrlviui; at St. Louie
W:4D p.m., aud Clilcat-o 7:'.M a m.
A :J p.m. ( .'Inciimiiti KxprKH.
Arrlvlnif at Cincinnati 7:i a m.; I.oiiievllle 7:v!
a m.; IndlaiiKjioIlK 4:0" a.m. Pafxentera by
thin train reach the above point 1.JJ to iUJ
HoL'RS in udvancu of any other route.
lywTho4: P. m. exprca han PULLMAN
Pl.tEPINti CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
cliatifea, and through aloeiierif to St, J.ouIb and
Fast Timo Kast.
PiieeniiifMiii ,IT R'thMni!h to Eapf.
1 UsMIll IH urn points without any delay
tanned hy Stindav Inturveiilni!. The Satilrdnv after
noon train from Oalrn arrlvea In new York Monday
mornltiK at 1:85. Thirty-fix hourala advance uf
anr fiber rmitu,
IWFor through ticket, and ftirthor Information,
apply at llllnol Ceutral Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JAB. .JOHNSON, J. II.JONKS,
(Inn . Sotitborn Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON, Ucn. Paw, Agent. Chicago
1U0N MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
THAIN LRAVI CAIHO,
Arkansas and Toxi Kxpreaa HWn.tn. Dully
AllltlVI AT VAIUO,
Expreaa 2:55 a.m. l)a y
Accommodation 3:IK) p.m. Dally
Ticket olllcoi No. W Olil" Levee.
11. U. M1LUUUN, Agont.
J)U. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Orfioa-No. 1S Commercial Avenno, butvreen
KlKhth and Ninth Streou
JH W. 0. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Elgbth Stroot, near Uomn orcla! Avenno
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
CAIKO AND NEW MADRID PACKET.
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TCRNKR, Master.
J. K.MCSK, Cleric.
Leave Cairo for New Madrid and wav Dolnta
"very Tnefday. Thurdv and Sniuruav at 4 p, ni.
Ki'turnlng Uav.-d New Madrid Wednesday, Friday,
and Monday at 7a. m.
r nr irvight or paae apply to
JAMES liniOS, Agent.
(J W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood ami Kimllins:
coLatantly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Stave Trim mine: a
At oue dollar per load.
..... .......... .,..- ,u .r,, rv ni n , ii.t. ouu uinnu
the bent cummer wood for cooking pnrpo.ea aa well
aa thn r.hn.TMIlt OVM. .nM In e.i-n Vn. ,lUAlr
Thi. l'lHmmlni,,.M .mrad .IibuIm,. .nJ
r-mtth'i uie insetting tlrea, they are unequalled
Lvnciuur uruurs ai ice lenin r-ireoi woou yard
FERRY 110 AT
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iti STATES.
On and after Monday, J one 7th, and until further
notice the ferryboat will make trips aa follows:
LBAVBl LKAVKfl LIAVIS
Fuat Fourth at. Miaaourl Land g. Kentucky Ldg.
8:00 a.m. g:8i) a.m. H a. m.
10:00 a.m. lo:30a.m. 11a.m.
8:00 p. rac 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:80 p.m. 5;00p.m.
J P.m. 8:30 p.m. 3 p. m
i. So a m
FOUND AT LAST !
The only absolutely perfect 01km Mouthpiece CI
garetto ever made, Do not mil to try tho New and
Cigarettes, at II. MEYERS'. A perfect mouth
piece attached to each and every Cigarette without
It In luiportunt for you to know that the Tobacco
nxed In ruukln? the
New "Stcpliania Halves"
Is of the very nnert quality, and In absolutely free
from all dangerom drug, and attention la called to
the fact that positively
la used In thla Cigarette. The New Slepbauia
Ilalvea are the flnoM Cigarettes ever offered to the
smokers of any community.
The Finest Tobacco I Finest Klce Paper!
Free from all Dangerous Impurities!
The Finest Mouthpiece! the Cleanest Smoke!
Price locents per package of 10.
hold u ir
Octobers, 1-m" .-dim CAIKO, ILLS.
STOVES AND TINWAKK.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OP JOB WOKK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
THE ICE KING.
Ready now, to furnish and deliver ICE in any
quantity both wholesale aud retail, and at
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.
I respectfully solicit the patronage of all my old
friends and as many new ones, and guartnteethem
satlslaction. JACOB KLKU.
Q.EORGE II. LEACH, M.D.
Phvsician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, aud diseases of women
Office: NolO Eighth street, near Commercial
avenue, Cairo, 111.
II. MAREAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Commercial avenue near tho corner of
Kighth street, over Taher llrother's Jewelry store.
Kusideuce corner Fourteenth street and Wash
Tho Celebrated Elect ro-Vapnr and Medicated
Paths which are an unfailing cure for Kbenmntlsm
Neuralgia. Fever-Acne and many other ailments,
administered daily during office hours.
Offlco hours, from StolJA. m from 1 to S and
from 7 to 8 r. st.
rpHE CITY NATN0AL BANK
O airo, Illinois).
W. P. HALLIDAY, Prcstdont.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President.
TB0S. W. UALLIDAY, Cashier.
iTAATS TAYLOR, W. P. HM.irT,
Hat L. HALLIDAY, B. H. OUNIIIHOHAH,
. . STILUAMSOM, ST1PUIN BIHD,
B. B, 0ANDH.
Kichanjfe, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD,
Deposltsrecelved and a gonoral banking basinets
JESSE UINKLE & SON,
: OHIO LEVEE.
Fryi.argo stock of fresh meuU of all kinds con
stantly on band. Meat delivered to any part of the
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CHICAfiO, OHAIN AND VOKK.
Ciiicvoo, October 22, 9 A. m.
Pork-Jan'y, 17 95; Fcli'y, 18 11
Wheat Nov'r, 1 ?J.ij; Dec'r, 1 30.
Corn Nuv'r, 01?M'; Dec'r, fil.
Outs-Nov'r,43;s; Dec'r 44g.
(.'liirAiiO, October 22, 12 m.
Purk-Nv'r, Hi 75; .Tan'y, 17 02'.
Wheat Nov'r, 1 'M; Dec'r, 1 :J7:'.
Corn-May, Cl?.f ; Dec'r, 0:jl8'.
0!tU-Nov'r,41)B; May, 47.
Ciiicaoo, October 23, 2 :!I0 1. m.
Pork-Nov'r, 10 75; Jan., 17 l)2.
Wheat Nov'r, 1 30; Dec'r, 1 37?.,'.
Corn Nov'r, 01 ?J ; Dec'r, 03 '4'.
0!itsNov'r,41,'B; Dec'r, 44 '.
NKW YORK OUAIN.
New York, October 22, 12 m.
Wheat No. 2 Chicago, 1 401 43.
" Red, 1 50 .
Corn -No. 2, 70j72H.
MEN, WOMEN AND ROOKS.
KDITED IN THE rXTEUEfT OK THE CAIRO
"Georcie BANcuorr, the historian, cele
brated hia eighty-first birthday last week,
lie is living at Newport."
"Miss Jean Ingelow ordered two vol
umes of her poems to be sent to President
Garfield with her 'kind regards and sym
pathy,' anil they were forwarded to his
widow at Mentor the other day."
''Kino Oscak, of Sweden, who devotes
his leisure to literary pursuits, baa finished
a new drama called 'The Kronburg Castle,"
which will be published shortly in Swedish
"Mr.Herueut Spenceu has recovered
his health, and it is rumored in London that
the visit to Eypt with which his name
has been associated will result in his mar
riage to an American heiress, whom lie
first met at Cairo."
"Mr. A. 15. Alcott is now, at the ago of
eighty-two, engaged in writing his poetical
autobiography, and in adding a new study
to his house at Concord, the old one being
now too small to contain his library. He
will not go west next winter, but will oc
cupy this new study and complete his auto
biography." "In his lecture on the 'Reign of tho Com
mon People, ' Rev. Henry Ward Bcechcr
says: 'New labor, especially manufacturi"','
industries and commercial industries, i.ro
most powerful educators; they stir up tho
brain; they make it nimble, thoy make it
various; they make it fruitful, and drive
men forward in the way of life.' "
"Eumvxd Yates, an English writer of
some note, who was treated with great hos
pitality during a recent viniL to this country,
is the editor of a paper called the World,
published in London. Not long ago in
speaking of a certain clas of nuisances, the
World said, "they should bo avoided liko
Americans or Frankfort Jews." Wo are
proud to statu that Mr. Yates is neither an
American nor a Frankfort Jew. He is a
"When Napoleon the First was impris
oned at St. Helena ho developed those lit
tlenesses of character which until then had
been obscured by tho splendor of his ca
reer. He fretted and fumed tho remnant
of his life away in idle and trivial com
plaints. The victim of an assumed mon
strous injustice, he reproached Englaud
with treachery and all people with ingrati
tude, quarreled with his jailers, nnd alien
ated his devoted attendants by tho as
sumption of a majesty whose shadow oven
no longer remained to him. Tho man who
had absorbed tho attention of tho world
and tro 1 its stagu as a hero tho equal of
Cicsar was transformed by misfortune into
a pitiful hypochondriac, retailing his com
plaints and woes to servants,,'
"Gen. Patterson's will makes this provis
ion: "That tho Washington glasses, now
in my residence at Thirteenth and Locust
streitB, Philadelphia, being the namo which
were set in tho walls of Gen. Washington's
house upon Market street, and which I
purchased ami had refrained, nnd set up in
my houso on Arch street ruoro than fifty
years ago, and thence removed thorn in tho
year 1830 to my present resilience, shall
remain whoro they now aro so long as any
of my descendants shall continuo to occupy
tho said residence." Upon tho sale of the
houso tho glasses aro to go to his son
Robert, afterward to his grand son Frank,
and then it is declared : "It is my wish
and hope that my Bald grandson will pro
vide for tho transmission of tho said glass,
es to his own children, if he shall have any,
or to sonio other of my descendants, 10 that
tho same shall forever hereafter remain as
hoirlooras in tho possession of some one of
The literary world sends a strong con
tingent to Scotland this autumn, and Mr.
David McRrayne's splendidly equipped
fleet enables those who are not fortunate
enough to possess a yacht of their own to
cngago in endless delighful cruises. One
of tho plcasantest trips is that mado by the
Staffs in and among the highlands and is
lands in the west of Scotland. Mr. Henry
Irving and Mr. W. 8. Gilbert are now on
board tho Columbia, another of Mr. Mc
Brayne's boats. Bret Ilaito has a shooting
lodgo and a nice tract of heather near
Oban. Wm. Black, tho novelist, and Colin
Hunter, tho artist, aro at a charming placo
at Loco F.tive. The Duke of Hamilton and
a party of friends are having capital sport
on the Island of Arran. So far the grouse
shooting season Fins fairly been successful.
The inhabitants of Inverness have been
quite excited by the arrival of Mr. Andrew
Carnegie, of Pittsburg and New York, after
his one-thousand-uule journey in. or rather
on, n four-in-hand. Mr. Carnegie must
have bad an enjoyable tour, for. when ho
reached Inverness, he sent the following
telegram to his friends at Wolverhampton :
"We arrived at the end of Paradise this
evening at six o'clock."
The wool clip of Michigan is estimated
at 10,974,000 pounds.
The cotton states consume 42,252,244
bushels moro wheat than they raise, and
pay to tho north for whear, corn, oats and
hay, $150,000,000 annually.
Tho entire debt of tho United States does
not amount to the gross incotno of our peo
ple for five months in the year. In 1805
the debt amounted to $78.25 per capita;
in 1880 it was 34.74 per capita.
According to the best information, there
are about 4,000,000 sheep in Texas. This
will, in all probability, bo increased during
the coming lambing season twenty per
cent., bringing the number up to 5,500,000.
Valuing them at $2,50 each would make
the total valuation of sheep in the state of
In England and Wales it has generally
ben Bupposed that largo farms were the
rule, but recent statistics bIiow upwards of
340,000 out of the total of 473,038 holdings
are of 50 acres each, or under. Tho farms
above 1000 acres number 500.' In Scot
land out of 80,101 holdings 55,280 are of
50 acres or under, and 79 only exceed
An inch of rain weighs over 100 tons per
acre of surface. This fact will servo to
convey some idea of the immense amount
of water which is absorbed by the land
yearly. Usually there arc about thirty
inches of rain and melted snow per acre,
which would give, in the ngsrreuate. un-
wards of 300 tons per acre. All this water
contains anmnia, which is one of tho most
valuable fertilizers iu promoting the growth
of crops. Tho water also carries nitric
acid, which coutains about twenty-one per
cent of nitrogen.
The Ed Ilobbs came out from St. Louis
last night, for two barges brought down by
the Bertha Lee, taking same to St. Louis.
The E. 8. Davis, from E.ansville, was
here yesterday morning, with lot of furni
ture and miscellaneous freight.
The J. II. Throop came down Friday
night. She is running opposition to the E.
The Annie P. Silver, from New Orleans,
passed up to St. Louis at eight o'clock yes
terday morning, leaving seven hundred
bales cotton for tho C. & V. R. R.
The Gold Dust came out yesterday morn
ing from St. Louis for Vicksburg, with a
good down trip.
The Humphery's, a iron hull boat belong
ing to the government, was sunk near St.
Imis by striking a log. The Salvor is
working at her.
Tho new boat, City of Baton Rouge, will
bo officered by Capt. IJixby and Wm.
Mason, first clerk, fnd Tony Eldridge, sec
ond clerk. The other new boat will havo
Capt. Carter and Archy Woods, Mat.
Walsh will take Mr. Mason's placo as first
clerk on the Alton and Capt. Baker, father
of Geo. Baker, first clerk of the Scuddcr,
will go captain of the Scudder.
Tho Kate Kinney and burgo arrived from
Now Orleans yesterday morning, with the
circus. Sho will continuo up tho Ohio and
not go to St. Louis, as was intended, to
tnko tho circus to Louisville.
Tho Golden Rule loft for New Orleans
Into Inst night, drawing seven feet and tow
ing tho bargo A. V. Shinklo, loaded down
with coal and through freight.
Tho John B. Maudo arrived from St.
Louis for Memphis, at 3 o'clock Saturday,
with light trip.
Captain itenncstoa, who was comman
dor of tho Vint Shinklo somo years ago,
was a passenger on tho Rule.
Capt.Wm. Wright loft yesterday for
Union City, to have hia eyes treated. Ho
will bo gone somo time.
A BARE CHANCE.
To those who send three dollars for a
year's subscription (beginning with the
Soptember number opening a new volume)
to the office at Springfield, Mass., Good
Company will send for seventy-flve cents
additional tho twelve numbers for the past
year, containing besides many short stories
a serial story in six installments, by Ellen
W. Olney, six articles on Arctic experiences
and adventures, by Lieutenant Frederick
Schwatlca, U. 8. A., commander of the late
Franklin Search expedition, an anonymous
serial in six parts entitled "Milfred's Ca
pricn," and including among other contrib
utors John Burroughs, Maurice Thonmson.
Edward Bellamy, II. E. Scudder, Geo. M.
Iowlo, Ernest Ingcisoll.T.B. Collier, Pres
ident D. C. Oilman, Octave Thanet Rebec
ca Harding Davis, Mrs. Gen. Lew Wallace,
Mrs. Lizzie W. Champncy, Katharine Car.
rington, Louise Stockton, Baki Wakamatz,
Thoso who havo not seen Good Company
can send twenty-fivo conts for the Septem
ber number, containing a twentv-two nape
w m D
story by Constance Fenimore Woolson;a
twenty page story by Ellen W. Olney; a
New England story entitled ,'Squog;M"The
Atlanta Cotton Exposition." bv Edward
Atkinson, its originator; "A Floridian Fan
tasy," by Maurice Thompson; "A Ladies
Enterprise of the Pacific Coast;" "Venice
in the Dog DayB;" also poems and various
sketches ami short articles. After examin
ing this number, but three dollars and fifrw
cents need be send to the Springfield, Mass.,
otiico to secure the other twenty-three num
bers offered above. Otherwise obtained
these twelve past numbers will cost three
dollars instead of seventy-five cents.
Mr. M. Eastcrday is expected back from
Pilot George Farnsworth, who has been
quite sick for some time, is just recovering.
Mr. Swallow, who has so lone represent
ed Chess, Carley & Co., in this city,
win soon go to New Orleans to do the same
there. His successor, Mr. E. L. Monager,
oi unio, Has already arrived.
Mr. M. Eastcrday returned from Green
ville, Ills., yesterday.
Mr. John Gates returned several . days
ago from his recent trip to Cincinnati.
Mr. Harry Cormick, son of the late Joe
Cormick, and a popular young fireman on
the Illinois Central railroad, is to be exam
ined for -the position of engineer.
Mr. Al. SIoo and family, who are now,
and have been since their absence from
here, residing in Brown's Grove, Kansas,
aro expected to return here in the course of
a couplejof weeks, to remain permanently.
Mr. SIoo has much improved in health and
believes that Cairo is about the only place
where ho can feel entirely at home. He
will receive a hearty welcome bnck.
A MAN SENT INTO ETERNITY.
About eleven o'clock last night, while the
circus men wero engaged in taking down
the tents, the centre pole of one of the
teuts accidentally fell, because of the
breaking of one of the ropes, striking one
of the canvass men, namod Billy Phillips'
on the head, killing him almost instantly.
1000 MEN AND 500 TEAMS, TO WORK ON C.
O. & 8. W. K. II. LATE FADCCAH AND
MEMPHIS. WAGES FllOM $1.50
TO $2.25 TEtt DAY.
Plenty of good station work from 15 to
17 cents per yard. Transportation will bo
furnished free from Memphis or Paducah
to Covington or Trimble. Apply on work
between Covington and Dyersburg or at the
feed store of W.J. Chase & Co., No. 183
Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
Dunavant, Kelly & Pipek.
Jacob Mautzolk, of Lancaster, N. Y.,
says: Your Spring Blossom works well
for everything you recommend it; myself,
wife and children have all used it, and you
can't find a healthier family in New York
state. October 5, 1880. Price 50 cents,
trial bottles 10 cents. Paul G. Schuh, Agt.
Noting the Effects.
R. Gibbs, of Buffalo, IS. Y.. writes:
"Hearing your Burdock Blood Bitters fa
vorably spoken of, I was induced to watch
their etfects, aud find that in chronic dis
eases of tho blood, liver and kidneys, your
bitters havo been siirnallv marked with
success. I have used them myself whh
best results, tor torpidity of the liver; and
in tho caso of a friend of mine suffering
jrom oropsy, tuo ciiect was marvelous."
Price $1 00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G.
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob II. Bloomer, of Virtrillo. N. Y..
writes: "Your Thomas' Eclectric Oil
cured a badly swelled neck and sore throat
on my son in forty -eight hours; one appli
cation also removed the pain from a vary
sore toe; my wife's foot was also much in-
namca so mucn so mar. sno could not
walk almut tho houso; she applied the Oil,
and in twenty four hours was entirely
cured." Paul G. Schuh, Agent. .
Food for the brain and nerves that will
invigorate the body without Intoxicating ia
what we need in these days of rush and
worry. Parker's Ginger Tonlo restores tho
vital energies, soothes the nerves and brings
good health quicker than anything you can ,
ubo. Tribune. Bee other column.