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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLS
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, 1881.
ClrcDlt J ildife 0. J. Ktilcrr.
Circuit Clerk-A. 11. Irvln.
County Judge U. N Yocura.
'ounty Cli-rk H. J. llinnm.
Comity Attorney J . M. Damron.
Couuty Treasurer Miles W. barker.
HherlfT John Hodges.
County Cnmmln.lonurs T. W. Bslllday, J.
Glbh. and Peter hasp.
Mayor N. 11. Thi.tlewuod.
Treasurer T J.Kerth.
Clerk Dennis. J, Ifoley.
Couuselor Win. B. (ilfhert.
Marshal L. II. Meyer.,
Attorney William Uendriuka.
BOA SI) or
S'lrtt Ward-Peter Banp. T. M. Klmbrougb.
Mocoud Ward-Jeiae lllnkle, C. N. Hughes,
Tlilrd Wtrd-B. K, Blake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cherle O. Patter, Adolph 8wo-
bKlfih Ward-T. W. nalllday. Krneet B. Petttt.
r UK.0 UAPTI3T Corner Teuth and Poplar
airueta: oreacbina flrt and third hondaya lu
acb month, 11 a. tn.and":: P. in : prayer meet
ing Thursday, T : p. m. ; una ay j chool. V:J m
CHCUCH OF TUX KKDBKMKK (Episcopal)
Fourteenth street; Bundey J:ftOa u., Uoly
Kueha.lsl; : am. undy school 10:46 s.m.,
Morning prsyers; Slio p. m., evening Tyers. F.
P. Davenport, S. T, U. Hector
ttlKRT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCKCH.
r Preaching at 10:) a. n... 8 p. tn and 7:30 p. m.
Babhatb stbool at 7:3U p. m Kev. T. J. Shore,
f ITllBKAN-Tblrteenth street; services liab
le bath 1 :i m. ; Sunday schoolip m. Rev.
METIIODlbT -Cor. Rlulitb and Walnut streets,
Preaching Sabbath V :U0 a. m. and 7 :80 p. m.
Sunday Hcbool at :t:nop. m. Itev. J. A. Scarrett,
I)KKSHYTEKIAN-KIbth etreel; preaching on
habbath at 11 a. m. and 7:S0p. a.; prayer
meetlDK Wednesday at 7:) p.m.; Sunday School
Hip.n. Kev b.Y.'ieow, pastor.
CT. JOHKI'H S-.Rotnan Catholic) Corner Croe
0 and Walnut street; services Sabbath 10:80 a.
n. ; Sunday School at 2 p. m. ; Vespers p. m. ; ser
vice, everyday at 8 a.m. Hot. O'llara, Priest.
ST PATKlCK'S-(Kornsn Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Washington avsnne; services Sab
oath B and 10 a in. ; Ve.per. 8 p.m.; Bunday School
S p. in. services every day at 8 a m. Hev. Maaternou
R.K. TIME CARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. K.
runs. hfi-aiit. TKASS AHKiva
tMail S:lSa ra
KxpreM 11:10a m
U: a m
WISH CENTRAL R
vil 4;Ms.m i.viaii
tKipre.. . l;15a m
( ' . AST I.. K R
Eipre.. : m
Accom'datlon. 1 ::(5 p m
(Narrow Gauge )
Kxprei". : Op.m
vr i i u H II H.
EipreM. ...... l:0f)a m I'tErpreaa ,:!?a m
tccora uatiun. ::ip.m I tAccom datlon II :4ft a m
WABASH, ST. 1.0 VIS PACIKIC H'Y CO.
Mall K .... 5:0t.m I 'Mail A Ex.... 9:49 p m
Duly except Snndy. t Dally.
JLLiKOIS OKNTKALR. It.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St, Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Lino Kunning
0 DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
TAixa I.iatx Caiko:
Mil .r:im. MriI,
Arriving In St. l.oiila a.m. ; Chicago, 8 :8nu.m.;
CotiBw-iliiit odinan.1 EfflnRham for Cincin
nati, Louisville, liuliuMiipolia aud polnta Eaat.
J 1 : 1 () t.in. St. I,ouia unit Weajtern
Arrivlui: In St. l.o,in7:0R p. m., and conmcting
for al! point W'eat.
4::'ft p.m. l''imt Kxprwa
nrSt. Louie and Chic ago, arrlviuj; at St. Louis
l:Hi p.m., ami Chicago";-! a m
A p in, (.'inclnn.'iti Kxpi'faH.
Arriving al C'luilnuMl "-.(Ki a.m.; Louutrtlle 7:W
am.; Indiauupolli" 4 :" a.m. I'aaaenera W
thia train rcaili the above polnta Hi to 36
Hot US In unvance oi any oin-r route,
tiyThp 4:' p. m. expreaa haa PULLMAN
SLfcEPlNU CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
Change, and through aleeperf to 81. l,oali and
VnHt Timo J'kist.
!. -l.hu yn-u ,hl ,lne R throuuh to Kant.
J clSCllCrS puluM without any deUy
canaed by Sunday lnUrvonliiK- The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive, in new York Mouday
mornliif? at l::i. Thlrty aix hours iu advanccof
nv other mine, ... . . .,
ry-For tlirouuli ticket, and further information,
simlv at lllinol. Central Railroad Depot, Cairo,
p, ,'r mil mwik .1. II .KIN RH.
' Ocn. Sontbtirn Awnt. Ticket AkvdI.
A.M. HANSON, Ooo, I'a.l. Anont. Chicago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
Arkanaaa andToxaa Expreaa . 1 a.m. Dally
lt,n. 11 :10 a.m. Dally
Tickei onico: No. Do Ohio Levee. uRii(A(!ent
EORQE II. LEA.CII, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
n.wi,,i .n..ntinn imldto the Homeopathic treat
Bient of aurKlcal dlaeatos, nd dlscaaoa of womou
nd children. . .
Office: On 14th strout, opposlto the Tott Oince,
,U. E. W. WniTLOCK,
Ornc-No, 136 OommercUl Avenue, between
eighth and Mutu Btreeta
JjR. W. C. JOCELYN,
FFlCB-BliBth Btreat, neat Comercll Avenue
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Ijoads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
HILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
CAIRO AND NEW MADRID PACKET -
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J. TVRNEtt. Master.
J. K. MUSE, Clerk.
Lrave. Cairo for New Madrid and way polnta
every Tue.day, Thursday and Saturday at i p, m.
Returning leavM. uw .viaarid Heuue.aay. rnaay,
and Monday at 7 a.m.
ror freight or paasacc apply to
JAMES BKMJS, Agent.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood aud Kindling
eouiiAully on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The "trlmmlDire"are coarae ahavtngi and make
the beat summer wood for cooking pnrpo.ea sa well
a. the cheapest ever aold In Cairo. For black
ptnlth'e naeln.etting Urea, they are unequalled
Leave yuor order, at the rerun street wood yara
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE kEto STATES
On and after Monday, Jane 7th, aud nntll lurtber
notice the ferry boat will mako trips as follows
LIATIS MAVIS LI4TIS
Foot Fourth st. Mlmourl Land'g. Kentucky Ld f
8:00 S. m.
8:00 p. m,
8:80 . m.
10:30 8. m.
t:80 p. m.
11 . m,
J p. m.
HAS REMOVED BIS SHOP TO
EIHGTH ST, BETWEEN' COMMERCIAL AT,
AND OHIO LEV.,' NEAR TO ESU.
Bs has received t full stock of the he.t Leather,
end guarantees both the fit and ths workmanship.
tVOIve him a call.-novlml
COAL, WOOD ICE.
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered in any part of llie
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
ty Leave ordera st my Wood and Coal Office.
8TOVKB AND TINWARK.
ALL 80RT8, SIZES AND BTYLES'
Manufacturer ot tnd Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONK TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
1HE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W.f. HALLIDAY, Tretident.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlee-Pre.ldenl.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
S. STAATS TATLOft, W. T. BJALUTIAT,
BSKBT t BAUJSAT, ft. ft. CUIMlXftlAH,
. i. iriLUAftanK, .TireiM amo,
a. a. candii.
Eichane, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Deposltsrecelved and a general banking ba.lneta
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKK & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth str.ot 1 Puil'A Til
Commercial Avenue I VyttllU, 111.
M. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. K2 Pearl Street,
Our Liquid Paints are ready for Immediate use on
opening the packages, no oil, spirits of turpentine
or dryers betug required,
Parity. We guarantee their absolute purity end
their freedom from liarytos, clay, alkalis, water,
benzine, soap and other article, which are uaed to
tdultorate liquid iuie.
rvivarlna Canncltv. They wnlirh (floen to all
teen pounds to the gallon, and will cover better
and more surface than any chemical paints or those
containing baryles or ciay, a. mese add weiani
Permanency of Color Great care has been taken
in selecting colors for tinting, ana we use only per
manent color, conseanently our tints do not fade.
Convenience Anv one who can nan a n.lnt
brush can apply thnae paints, aud being ready tor
use, there Is no wa.te or excess of material, as is
thecsso often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to be purchased The colore can always be exactly
matched and therels no necessity of bavins two or
three shades on the same building, as la often the
case wnen lints are maae experimentally.
Our Pure Llqald Paints are put op in email can
from 1 to 6 lbs., and also by the gallon, In packages
from earn of x, 1.1, 1 ana 8 galls. , to keg of 10, IS
and 85 galls., sad bbl. of 45 jails.
Sample Card and ts Lists mailed to any ad.
dress, noviu d.'im.
Blood Poison in";, Scrofulous Ulcers aud
I tcli i lie- Humors, Abscesses and
LEAD POISONING bMurryA1KeenK.!DN':
n,, troubled with bad burner on baud, and uerk,
cMKud bv lead poiaouliiu. 'Uei a palufr.) Al time
It would break out. m;k 0x:n. and the .km aepa
rate from the tle.Ii In lara picia, .ulfi-rlii k'
continual- itclilnirand .lii'nlnt. Purchased your
remedlea; ii.cil i. vtlcur he.olv.at inlarnally, and
Cutlcura and Citlitura Moan eziemallv. and in le.
Uian three month Mtrerrt-dkeonipletn cure, aud ha.
not Ixien irniibled elno,' Corroborated by Hull. rd
rosii'r, or 'jiflials tsnnLu n . u.
reaie,st on Kai-t.li JrZl.
ticura RnnitMlk. are Urn grualest medicine on earth
Had the wornt ca.e salt, rheum In thin county Mv
iiiothcr hail it twenty year., mid lu fart dlod from it
I bellevC;allriira would have .avPd her life. My
arm.. Iin l and bead wore covered for three year.,
which nothing relieved or cured Until I n.efl I lie
Cutlcura Rnaolveut Internally, and cmlrura and
Cuiirora Soap exU-rually.
IVwiim'.i w'ic H R Carpenter, K.o , lli'iidtir.on,
N V , e iired of I'.orla.H or Lep
ro.y, of v) year. .inmilukV by Cuticura Ko.olvciit
Inlei ohIIv, anil Cutlcura .ud Cuticura Ho.p extern
ally. The mort wonderful fa. eon record, Curea
certified lo before a Ju.tlro of the pear and prom
inent citizens. All afUlcted with itrhluu and .enly
dl.ea.e. .hould .end to u. for Ihl. le.tlmoulal lii
lulr IMioinil Tho.e who have rxperlenred
Ortll Iilltllllltijotorment.ors.lt ltheiim
cau appreciate the Rgnny thai I endured for year.,
until cured by the Cutlcura Re.olvent Internally,
and Cutlcnra and Cutlcura Soap externally.
MRS. WM. PJCLLINOTON, Sharon, Wl.
The ( aliciira trealnient for the cure of Skin,
Scalp and H!ond di.ea.e.. eonsi.l. In tie Inturti.l
u.e of Cutlcura Resolvent, the new blood purifier,
and the external u.e of of Cutlcura and Cutlcura
Soup, the great skin cure..
Price of Cutlcura, .mull bore. , Vic; larje bole.
SI f'Mllrtlr. it ianlvf,,,t SI tturltnltlft f'litli-nr.
Soap, 2. Cutlcura Shaving Hoap, Ifc-. Hold by
all uiiiBiilxis Depot, WKKKS A PolTSR,
Sanford's Kadical Cure,
i 'tear bead and voice, ea.y breathing, .went brealV
liurfect smell, la.ie and bearlnir, no couuh, no r.ho.
king, no dintre... Thc.e . happy condition, are
brought about In the .cvure.t r..e. of Catarrh, iy
tha' moat agreeable, economical, ep-eily. ale
aud never-failing .pec flc, hanford'. Radical Cure,
t'omplete and infallible (reslment, cnn.latlng of
one bottle of the ltadle.nl Cure, uue box oFCatarrb.
al Solvent and one Improved Inhaler, all wrapped
In one package, with treat!. e and directiona, and
sold by all druggist, for $1. A.k fir Nanfnrd's Rad
ical Cure (ieneral Agent.,
WKKKS & POTTER, Boston, Mas..
RATS, M1CF, RO AC Il
ea. Water Hues, and
Hi d nrcl Hindi Ant. rat
die. f,o fear of bad
rnella. Darn., cr.na
rl 'S and hon.ebolil. of
ten cleared in a single night. Real and rheape.t
Vermin Mllcr tn llie world o taiiuro in ,v year..
Kvurv box wananted. Sold by all erocer and
druggl.t.. A.k fr Pari-on.'. Mailed for av. by
Jtbll.3 ( I'Ull r.. Iioniun, Jinn
120 Broadway, New York,
of any I.lfu In.urance Company
in Tin: wohij).
Becauaie , ,
tt alons lsai.s
stipule ting that the contrscl of In.ursnce "shall
not ho ilisti'itcd" after It ii three year, old,
and that such pollcle. shall ha
on receipt of .ail. factory proof, of death.
II. policy 1. clear and concl.c, and contain.
NO ARDUOUS (MDITIONS.
K II. -READ YOUR POLICIES. Compere the
short snd .implo form used by tha Biiultable with
the long and ob.curo contracts loaded down with
technicalities ls.ned by other companies!
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holders arc
N. B. Sec the many letter, from policy holders
expr-.flns their gratinYatlon with the retitrni from
their Tontimc Savinos Ft'ND founts.
Houuu of iln
Assets Securely Invested
O ....I .. .. 3 a... 1 tu 1 at tiAUtAll tlllil H I IF
Offlce, corner l'Jlh and Washington.
November '.'4, 1881. mdw
(IIILU.VK' (1RKAT WINTER ...
Excursion to New Orleans,
Oil TiU'llHtMT, DRi'BMBCR 15, ISSl.
The most (liillghirul season of llieyesr t visit
tne wrescnut uiiy, uu rnur.asy, ueeomoer i.i,
7 o'clock a. m.,a siieclal traluwlth ampl first cla.s
accomnuidat tins lncluillliv very best day coaches,
Pullman palace utonpera, a well kept Hefrnshment
car will loavs Cairo and run through to New Orleaus
via C. St, L, and N. O, It, n.
Round Trip Fare from Cairo, f 12.60.
Tlckols good lo roturn for lOdsyi. The attention
or the ladles in particular, causa 10 mis loumou
Ticket for sal at Cairo by Mr. ,Iamc Biggs.
Menu. R, Hewitt & Co., corner of
Eighth street and Ohio levee, will open on
Thursday, 10th inst., with a full assortment
of Baltimore and New Orlean oystera in
hulk and cam, also freeh ami salt water
Hah f various kinds; aud liopi) hy careful
attention to rm'rit a continuance of their last
si.'ohous patronage, and of nuo.li other who
dnlight in choice goods at low prices.
Save Thirty-live Per Cent.
Thiity-livo permit, saved ly huyiuyaud
iiinf Cut and Ground Feed, at corner of
Wevcntcunth street and Washington avenue.
Ground Outs per bu 55c
Corn " 80c
To Ihe menihcrs of the Womriu's(Jlul(aud
Library Association, Cairo, 111. The Woiuana
Club and Library Association will hold a
special mut'ting 011 Thutsrluy, December
1.1th, 1881, at o'clock 1. M. at tho library
ronui in (Jsiro, III., for the purpose of con
sidering ami voting upon a proposition to
donate the property known ns the (,'uiro
public library, to the city of Cairo, us a
foundation lor a frp. tuiblic library and
reading room, to be or'miizod under the
laws of tin: state of Illinois, relating lo the
establishment and maintenance of free pub
lic libraries nnd reading rooms.
By order of the llonrd of Trustees,
MHS. If. II.CANDKK.Secv..
Cairo, 111., Xovemlicr 15th 1881.
CrtrpeiiNiring: and Puinliiitf.
W. M. II At.K. k BUOTHEH, f'ONTH M TDK iNO
Painting and Carpentering done by the
job or day. Repairs aud job work prompt
ly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed.
A share of the patronage solicited. Leave
ordets at the Post Ofllee, box HO 2.
Truly yours, W. M. IIai.R.
Cairo. Ills., Nov. 24. 1881.
Ilanibcrt, an amnestied communist, haa
been choseu to represent Lyons in the
French chamber of depntk-s.
It is rumored in Washington that Charles
II. Reed, of Chicago, is to take charge of
Quiteau's defense to-day.
The stores of E, H. Hyde and Craft ii
IVnnoyer, st Oakland, Cal., were wiped out
by tire, the loss being $;0,0on.
A solicitor's clork went from Dublin to
Rathdowner to serve writs for rent, and hi
body was found by tho police with the skull
The Swiss government i bombarding
Reaikopf, in order to drive in an opposite-
direction the loose rocks threatening the
town of Elm.
Mahone held a quiet conference with a
number of Virginia democrats at Wash
ington, anil inaistod on their aiding to
make Riddlebnrger sergeant at arms of Mm
Secretary Folgur will recommend the
rapid reduction of the bonded debt by
using the treasury reaerve above 40 per
cent, in the purchase of continued ft" and 5
Reports are in circulation at Salt Lake
that rresidout John Taylor recently took
with him on a pleaching tour a wealthy
widow, to whom he " r nnnicd in the new
temple at St. floorge.
Miss Reynolds, a young Irish woman,
who marehod before tho evicting force anil
urged the tenanta not to pay rent, has been
servod with a mmrnoni to answer the charge
of criminal conspiracy.
Brooks, chief of the ecret. aervicojof tho
treasury, ia to be decapitated, and Chief
Chirk Powers baa been removed. The state
ment that Tom Murphy was to receiva an
appointment, is now denied.
Father McCarthy, pariah priest at Green
field, Mass., was fatally almt by David
McMillan, because the latter was re
fused admittance to tha parsonage to
aee his wife, now serving the priest ss
Milwaukee detectives have arrested John
Mac-key nnd William Schaefer for robbing
the picture frame establishment of J. C.
Iverson & Co. of goods valued at $1,000.
Schaofur was the shipping clerk of the firm,
and Mackey kept a retail store and disposed
of the plunder.
At 4 o'clock on K y morning flames
appeared in the PilLry B flouring mill
at Minneapolis, operated by C. A. Pillsbury
A Co. They speedily oitendcd to the Ft
celsior, the Minneapolis and the Empire
mills, ami the cotton factory of Porillus
Morrison. Then they attacked a train of
loaded freight cars, at which moment an
explosion occurred in the Minneapolis mill,
leveling the walls, killing three men and
severely injuring othora. Among those who
lost their live were Cornelius Fredericks,
assistant chief engineer of the firo depart
ment, and a hook and ladder man named
Tuhey. Windows ten blocks away were
shattered to fragments. The Minnenpolii
mill had been shut down for some timt,
and the explosion may have resulted cither
from gas or flour dust. The mills destroyed
represent one-tenth of the capacity of the
city. The total loss Is $410,100, nnd the
A NEW DEPARTURE IN CRIMINAL
Wo learned incidentally yesterday of
what may be culled a new departure in the
trial of a criminal; At the recent Novem
ber term of the Massac circuit court Judge
Baker pormittod the attorney for a prisoner,
who was on trial for murder, to make the
doling argument. This appeared to u so
different from what we supposed to be the
rul that we Inquired particularly into the
eircumataoces under which the decision was
made. Qua Peter Buries wa being tried
for murder1. After tha evidence for the
proaecution was heard, showing a brutal
r.iurder, our informant states, the lawyer for
the priaouer Informed the court that he
would Introduce no eiidDce for his client;
and that lie demanded the right to open
and close the argument in behalf of the
prisoner; claiming that wherever the de
fendant Introduced no evidence in his own
dfpncp, hit attorney had the right to make
the opening and cloaiug speech to the jury.
Thsi wtirt yielded to 1I1 demand and per
mitted the attorney for the defendant in a
murder trial, to make the opeuiug and dot
ing apeech. If thia decision is good law,
and, knowing the cafe which Judge Haker
exercises In rendering his decisions, we
will presume) it is. it will be another help
to the uol'oi lunate criminal classes, who
think they are greatly persecuted. We had
hoped the difficulty of convicting men in
dicted for murder would bo lessened by a
careful itudy of the law. but this decision
of the judge seems lo us lo make another
point in their favor
Tub wide ipread I'aineof I)I. HI LL'S
COUGH BYRUPia justly won by its own
merits, and the reputation it has gained ha
been secured by it universal use.
Col. J. B. Hudson is at home to pend
Mr. Lee Boicourt is on his way to Louis
villr, Ky., on business.
Miss Clara Baughen has gone to join her
father at Burlington, Iowa.
Commissioner Oibbs wss In attendnce of
the meeting of the county bonrd Monday.
The relatives of Miss Coulter, who lots
been very sick, arrived from Morgan City,
Miss Ella Clodl'elter is in thu city again
after a short absence in the country, during
which she became ill.
Rev. Davenport is traveling in Tennessee
with a fried, but will be here in time to oc
cupy the pulpit of the church of the Re
dwtnar nett Sunday.
Mr. Lon. Hayncs, formerly of Cairo, but
now of Fulton, Ky., paaaed through thu
city several day ago for Bt. Louis to pur
chase a stock of holiday goods.
Tho layer of rock found by the Illinois
Central shaft sinker at a depth of one hun
dred and 6vo feet below the natural bed of
hw river, was three feet thick. It has been
cut through and the shaft sunk ninety feet
doeper without discovering any more rock.
A DISPATCH FROM DANIEL.
The following dispatch which was re
ceived yesterday by Mayor Thietlcwood
from Mr. Travers Daniel, who is in New
York city, will eiplaln what the latter is
doing with regard to ths Cairo water work :
Nw Yobi Citt, December 5th.
To B N. Tblstlewood. Mayor:
Have contracted for stand-pipe iron ; :un
getting many bids ou water-pipe; foundries
are full of orders, but will place contract
this week, Cairo works will be finished
iu August, sure. Tuavebs Dasif.i..
Thcbe is not a farm, I believe in our
neighborhood where a bottle of HAMBURG
DROPS can not be found; for Chills and
Fevers are vary prevalent with us. But
fhe'fblkl know well, that If they only use
Harotvrirg Dropa in good lime, they can
(Btvej many a doctor's bill. E. Lanok,
Suiloh'i Cchk will immediately relieve
Crotip, 1 Whooping cough and Bron
When yon have had Catarrh lun
enough, just lend 10c. lo Dr. C. R. Sykes,
I6tt Madison st., Chicago, for hlsTrua The
ory of Catarrh.
Mr. Rrrt bnstein, Boston, Mass., writes:
"Your SPUING BLOSSOM has cured me
of dyspepsia, of four (4) yeara standing. I
have regained my normal appetite, can
sleep well and feel like a new man."
Price 50 cent, trial bottles 10 cti. Paul
0. Schnh, Agent.
An DM Friend.
He wai afflicted with a lame back aud
general debility; he wns recommended
THOMAS' ECLECTRIC OIL which cured
him at ooce. This famous specific Is a
positive remedy for bodily pain. P.G.
Fob Drsriii'BtA and Liver Complaint,
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Bhilok'i Vitalizcr. It never fails
Tmk beauty and color of the hair niav bo
safely regained by using Parker's Hair
Balsam, which ia much admired lor ita
perfume, ctearllnesi and dandruff eradicat
Our Glorious Independence.
What can be tcore glorious than to be
independent of anffennfj, caused by dyi
pepaia, indigestion, constipation, sick head
ache or othet diaeascs emanating from the
etowh. Thia can lie eaaily gaineil hy a
tfmelr use of BURDOCK BLOOD BIT
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Price $1.00, trial sire 10 cents. Paul O.
A btaVaTj tiMfcroii free with each bottle
of BMlh Catarrh Remedy. Price .10
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