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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1882.
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Trturer-T J KL;,rfii.'
Mt.f-t.ni I- il. M.7i.,
At,,IU,.y William lUutirtcks.
-,,HlVM-rct!r i3np. T. M. K'.mbrouKD..
.'ond Vtard-J-eHlnkle,l!. N- UKt'".
Tlilru Wara- . Blake. John Wood.
ft.iirth WV4-CUiil.iO. P.tler. Adnlph Bwo-
. b'!ri'r, Ward- T. W. ilal'.ldav. Ernest B. PMtlt.
Clr;iil ! n.tiri' . -f - JnUr. '
Circuit Clera-A. 11. Irvln.
C.unty JuU-li s V "
County Clrk-is. .K U u
County Atloruey-J M. Iuturn.
cnanty Trea.uror-Miles V . Park.,
bliuilir John iiodie.
U.ronurK KlUKormd .. j
C.wQlyC.UMuMit.u.Ti-T. W. TIa!ltdAy, A
Gllb and I'ufsr 'uP'. J .
,AlltO 4 VF TM T . 4.,rnr Twi.tli .ild Poplar
C.lreeu; prMniz flr-t.-.d tmrd Suudey. In
MICH' U Of THE KBDEMKB-K.Lcpl)
f urtiB.i.t: m.. Hundsy ho.,1 10 .m..
Mri.iiu oryor; 8:iiup. m., eviiln) ryri.. r.
. itti."rl. (J T. U- Hector.
V iT-vhlnt at in:) n... 8 p. m.. d
IIT'lUIlAN ThlrtocLlli truet; (.lirvlte Hli
.a batli 1 .a n.. ; Snnday wbool p.
h.i .ppe, ptor.
M 1-wr.JntfH.bUtU "J''' P-J1
r..it.rt4y ft imolt A:iWp. m. ll!V J. A. hc.trett.
. . .... n. . . .. ..UKf.itt.mnn
I' .i tin. m. mid ::s)V. tu
...r.,.rPtiilt at 7 .sop. m.; Sondy
HHp. mi. Jlcv B.V.'ieoMe, pMtor.
C T. .)U-k.i'H -H--.KOUI.0 C.lbollc) burner Cro.i
O uJ tri; rv.cr b.'.btttb 10.SO.
fici'n every day at 8 a. m. Ko. O Uara, Prie.t.
it pATUK'K'H-iKomau Catbolic) Corner NlLlti
O itreet aud Waahlnuton aTuae; terrlcei Hatv
Mih H .Vd 10 a.m.: V;per. p. . ; s''
p. m a-;rvic r.-ry day ats a m. Ket. itaaU-tiw
R. It. T1MKCARD AT CAIRO-
ILLINOIS CBSTRALK. U.
,yl . S:i3 m I tMall . 4.06 a.m
,KxorcM 4:ilp.m I Aco.rudatlo..4.J5 p.m
MIS CENTRAL H. K.
tExpreoa 10:l5.mttiprt. ll.au. m
C. 4 ST. L. K. R (N.rrow Gauge )
Actom-dalloii. I :W p.m Accmn datotul2: p.m
hT.L.. I.M K . .nm
OM,;.,;. " p tn 1 tAcU'datlon 11:41 a.m
WABVSU, ST. LOCH 4 PACIFIC K'Y CO.
t.Mall Ki 5:W vm M Ex.... : p m
Daily txccpl fundy. t Bally.
ILLINOIS CENTUAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Koutc
St. Louis and ducago.
Tho Only Lin Uunnint,'
Making Diiikct Connkction
3:1.0 u ra. Mull.
ArrlvltiKln Bt. Lonln :4 a.m. ; Chlf.uo.M:3ni..m.i
Counwtit.it t Odin and Kffluuh.in for Cluctu
nail, Loiilnvillc. luiilmi.poltaaud polnta But.
ll:lO H.m. ft. IoitiH mid W.wtom
ArrivlnKlnft. Lntili : :0S p. tu., .nd ennnfrtlnc
for .llpointa Wont,
i.m. Fimt Kxproan.
rnrSt. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Lotil
10:10 p.m., and Chlcaitd":-'" m
-i:UO p.m. CJirtoinrmti Kxpretw.
Arrivli.8 at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lnuitlle 7:3(1
a.m.; Indlaimimlia 4:00 a.m. I'.KaenRwa by
thin trnln rarh th atov point. 1 M to .10
iloU'KS In adv.ncu of uy other route.
tfTThD 4 :! p. m. oprM baa PULLMftH
M.KEPlNtU'Alt Cairo to Cincinnati, wltbo-.it
-tmnuim, and tbrotiKh lwipuralo tt. ton'' and
Fast Timo Ifiant.
t ilSsCIlfJ,-lf rQ point, without Any dclny
I'uuaod by Sunday Intervening. Tho Hattirduy ntvr
iioon train froui Calm arrive. In new York Monday
iKirnltiK at !():&. Thirty-nix hour, lu advanceof
nv other Mule. ...
ty"Porthrotinn tlcKetBhiKiiiirtner lnmrmiition,
.olvai Illlnoi. Central Kullroiul Depot, Cairo.
JAf. .I01ISSON, J. II.JONKN,
Own. Houthero Aeent. Timet Aij.'iit.
A. II. KAN HUN, (.en. Pmk, Aitont. Chicago
QE01WE II. LEACH, M. D.
PliVHician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
.'lent of .nrnlcal dlxoanea, aud dlaeaat. of wumeu
Dfllca: On lltb atreut, oppoilto thfl Pet Oflloo,
(..iilro, III. . .
yi W. C. JOCFLYN,
'' "ICK -Klithth Strnet, ttearCointi erclal Av.one
)K. P.. VV. WHITLOCK,
UrrunvTlo. 1)19 Commarclal i.venno, batwaea
( W. WHEELER, (
. ANTHHAClTh C Ali ,
Kuimtier Wood aud Kindling
. cuuatbtly on batia
At Heventy-ftve ccnu per load.
S t a v f j 1? r i in m i n g s
At oue dollar .per load. '
The "trlmmlDgr "re eoara ihavmt(t and make
the twit nommer wood for cooking purpurea.! well
the cbt-auflut ever .old In Cairo. For black
mlth'a uae lu.vixaur tlroa. they are unequalled
Leave vnor crd.ru at tbe Tenth f.reet wood rard
S -El " S
FERRY RO AT,
(IU0 CITY FERRY CO.
THREE tSQ STATES.
On and after Monday, June?tb, and nntll larthet
notire tbeft-nybot wlllmake trip a. follow.:
MK1t LBAT18 LlATIt
Foot Pourth it. Mt.noari Land'K- Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:S0 a. m. 9 a.m.
10:00 a. ta. 10:30 a. m. U a. m,
2:00 p. m 2:30 p.m. 1p.m.
4-nrp.m 4:30 p.m. ;00p.m.
I p. m. i:S0 p.m. I t.it
A New and complete IIMel. Troutlng on Levee
Second aud Railroad Street.,
Tb PaMenser Depot of the Chicago, St. Loul.
an'' jewOrlunnn: Illiuol. Central ,- Walah, St.
Louii .nd Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile end Ohio; Cairn and St. Lnui Railway,
are all Just acrora the .treet; while the Steamboat
Landing I. Imt one aqnare distant.
ThU Hotel la heated by .team, ba. .team
Laundry, llvdranllc Elevator, Klertric Cull Bella.
Automatic Fire-Alarm., Bathi. ahaolululy pure air,
perfect .eweraire and complete appointment.
Superb furuiminK; perfect turvlco: indanuu
oxc. Tlt-d table.
ti. P. PAUICKIt Ac, CO.,Isaeea
Coinmorciiil Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BUOSS, Pramdent. I P. NEFP, Vice Prea'nt
11. WBLbS, CMbler. I T. J. Kortb, Aaa't cah
F. RroK. Ca'ro I William Kiugo. .Cairo
Pe-erNoir " I William Wolf.... "
C, M Ontorloh " I CO. I'atier "
E. A lludur " I II. Well.
J. Y. Clum.on, Caledonia.
A OKNKHAL BACKING BUSINESS DONE.
ExchnuKO 'old and bought. Interest paid In
the Sivlnir Department. Collection, made and
all bunluucH promptly attended to.
VARIETY 8T0KB. '
If KW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,.
The ' Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & COM
Cor, Nineteenth atroat 1
8TOVK8 AifD TJNWARB.
gTOVES! STOVES!! .'
ALL H0RTS, SIZES. AND ST VLK .
Manufacturer ot and Dealer Id
TIN, COPPER & BHEET-lIiON WARB
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ALL KINDS OF JOB "WORK DONE TO ORDRH,
NO. 27 KIOHTH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
WM. 51. BAXTER & CO.,
PURE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, aud Colors,
No. 62 Pearl Street, . NEW YORK.
Our Liquid Paint, are ready for Immediate uneon
opening the package., no oil, ipirlU of turpentine
or dryert being required,
Purity. We guarantee their ab.olute purity and
their freedom from barytea, clay, alkalii, water,
benzine, .oap and other article, which are need to
adulterate liquid .ainla.
Covering Caoacity. They weigh fifteen to. ix-
teen pounditothe gallon, and villi cover better
and more iurf.ee than any chemical paint, or tho.e
containing barytea or clay, a. tbute add weight
Permanency of Color Great care ba. been taken
In 'electing colon for tinting, and we use ouly per
manent color, consequently our tint, do not fade
Couvenier.ee Any one who can n.e a naint
bruih can apply these paint., and being ready for
dm, tbore I uo w.ate or excea. of material, ai is
tbecaae often when lead, oil and turpentine have
to be pnrchaaed- The colora can alway. be exactly
matched and there I. n.. nece..lty of having two or
three .hadea ou the .ame building, a. i. often the
cane when tint, are made experimentally.
Our Pure Liquid Paint, .re put up tn .mall can.
from 1 to 5 lb.., and also by the gallon, in package,
from can. of 1, U, 3 and S gall.., to kegs of 10, 15
and 25 call.., aud bhla. of 45 galls.
Sample :iudan'i "tV:. Li.U mailed to any ail.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TnE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
P0KED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Special tv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
COAL, WOOD ICE.
P M. WAKD,
WOOD, COAL and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered In any part of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
(Jf L-tava orlirs at my Wood and Coal Ofllce.
Hulbert Bros. Wholesale Prlve List.
4 Piano, 7 oct., square, rosewood, carved,
acraffo . .$1 19 00
7 Piano, upr. 7t oct., cabinet grand m 174 00
13 Organ, 4 sets reeds, 9 stops'4 grand organ 69 00
Ot) " 6 sets reeds, 13 stops, coupler, sub-baits 73 00
Our Piano, and Organs warrtnted first cla.s.
8 Violin outfit, box bnw, airings, complete..., 3 00
8 " cretnona model, extra fine U 00
4 Accorduon, 6 keys, ba.. box, fine tone.. 1 00
6 " 10 " 1 st op, 8 sets reods, perfect 3 00
7 Mouth Organs, Vienna c.ncert, 24 holes 60
9 " Genuine Rlchter, 10 holes, (J. 8. 'H
11 " " concert double 24 holes " 1 OU
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin, 0 keys, box wo 3d 6 00
17 Fife, In obouy, German (liver ferulut,...MM.. B0
10 Music box, I tune, crank, flue 1 10
11) " 6 tunes,, wind with lever, large 23 00
20 Violoncello, pateut, machine bead, good.. 10 00
i'i Double Bnn, patent bead, 8 or 4 strings., 21 00
24 Oultar, maple, machine bead, fin finish.. 4 Ot)
27 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass brackets 2 (10
28 Cornet, braxi cornpoeon style case Jtcrooks 0 CO
80 Drum, brass, Prussian, Ornameutcd 0 00
Gold violin, guitar aud banjo strings 'II. Bros.' 15
Silver " " " " " " " 10
Steel " " " 5
Gut. Russian, German or Italian, bast quality 15
Instruction Book., Howe's or Winners, any
Instrument ......, 33
Ilavlag Just made a good trude for 100 Singer
Sowing Machines, will sell them for I-J5 each while
Monoy Is quite safe In common letter If plainly
Terms strictly cash with order. Will taks
Agent, and dealers send for our 40 page Catalogue
On ahovs net wholosalo palces agents can make
100 per cont profit.
Call on us when you come to 8t. Louis.
References: Any bank or wholesale hours l
Humeri Bros, Is ths only General Wholesale
Music nouM In 8t. Louis.
ihkl fllu..a n.i-a --i Ia I
Natural Mi. Flavors.
6 Pfr rlf?
; r a i r-
I'rejmred f rom the choicest
Fruits, without coloring, poison
ous oils, acids, or artificial
Essences, Always uniform in
strength, without any adnltcri'
tions or impurities. Jlai e yuined
their reputation from their per
fect purity, superior strength
and quality. , Admitted by all
who have used ticmas the most
delicate, grateful and natural
ftaror for calces, juuldintji),
STEELS & miCE,
Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo.,
Makers of Lnpulin Yeast Gems,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder,
and Dr. Prioe'a Unique Perfumes.
We make no second grade goods.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Chicago, Melt. 1 10 a. m.
Pork March, $16.85; April, 17.07
Wheat-March, il.5GJ; April, $1.27.
Corn March, 580. May, C3;gc.&04.
Chicago Mch. 1, 12m.
Pork-March, $10.85S7K; April,
Wheat-March, $1.20$; April, $1.27.
Corn March, 58c. April, 59.c.
Oats May, 41s.
Cuicaoo, Mch. 1, 3 p. m.
Pork March, $10.85,09.1 April
Wheat Marclv, $1.302'; April
" Corn March, 58 jc ; April, 59o359!' .
Oats-March, 404'c; April, 41c. M ty 41c
New York, Mch. 1, 12 m.
Wheat No. 2 Chicago, $1.252ll;
No. 2 R.W.$l.3242;No. 2 Mil. $1.41
43;R. W. $1.37:ic!.
Corn No. 2 08004'.
FAMOUS SINGLE WOMEN.
Hannah Moore was the author of numer
ous works on practical piety and of the tale,
"The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain," the Bile
of which, it is said, reached 1,000,000 copies.
She died at the age of 80, having realized
upward of $150,000 by her writings, and
leaving in charitable bequest about $30,000.
Elizabeth Carter died at the same ao as
Miss More. SIh is noted for her translation
of "Epictetus." Shu was an admirable
Greek and Latin scholar, and was well skill
ed in German, French, Spanish, Italian,
Arabic, Hebrew, and Portuguese. She was
the friend of Dr. Johnson, Bishop Butler,
the author of tho "Analogy," Sir Joshua
Reynolds and other distinguished men.
Elizabeth Hamilton was a novelist and
miscellaneous writer, the author of numer
ous works well known and appreciated in
their day. Maria Eilgoworth was tho cele
brated Irish novelist, who died at tho hi;o
of 83. Sir Walter Scott, with whom sho
lived in the closest friendship, has acknowl
edged that to her descriptions of Irish char
acter and manners wu are indebted, in a
great measure, for tho "Wavcrly Novels."
"The rich humor, pathetic tenderness and
admirablo tact," of her Irish delineations,
he declared, led him first to think that
something might bu attempted for his own
country of tho same kind. In addition
thero were Jano Taylor, a very successful
writer of children's books; Elizabeth Ham
ilton, Miss Sedgwick, Miss Martincse,
Agnes Strickland, tho Carey sisters and
many others. Gibbon, tho author of the
"Decline and Fall of tho Roman Empire,"
himself a bachelor, has declared that tho
affectionate and judicious euro botowvd
upon him by a maiden aunt, Miss Partcn,
gavo his mind its earliest bent - toward
Tho river is still falling notwithstand
ing the big rains of Tuesday, on the gaugo
hero it it 50 feet 11 inches, a fall of i inches
in last 24 hours; at Cincinnati, it fall 5
f'jet 1 inch Chnttauoogn, it rnlsed 8 feet
10 Inches; Louisville, fall 5 feet 0 Inches,;
Nashville, only raised 8 feet, la which will
not hurt us as that will only make 81 fwt
at Nashville; Pitttburg, fall 3 foot; l.
Louis, fuetfJ Inches; fimnrt Towor ft luch
find Patlucsh, fall 4 inches. After this lit
tle rain run out the river will fall at rate of
1 inch per hour for some days.
A flno assortment of cast iron button
poles arrived last night on the Pe11o Mem
phis. They will bo attributed this morn,
intf among thoso who havo suffered tho
passed few weeks for the want of some
thing of that character.
Tho ferryboat Three States is making re
gular trips between Cairo, Iiird'a Point and
The Ous Fowlet camo dt.wn Tuesday
with a new shaft. She has been repaired,
and looks like new.
Tho Bollu Memphis came out from St.
Louis last night with a good trip of freight
and sailed for Vickaburg and way points.
The City of Vieksburg passed up to St.
Louis last niyht l'rora ' Vicksbtir' with lots
of freight and passengers, including tho
Fay Tumpleton troupu.
The C. W. Anderson camo down from
NaBhvillo. She had one hundred tons pig
iron fur reahipinent for St. Louis.
riio Florence No. 2 passed up to St.
Louis with two barges of lumber from the
Little Obion river for Peter Conrad.
The Annie P. Silver, from St. Louis fur
New Orleans, will be here to-day.
The Emma Ethrige raised tho pill driver
shesunk in making a landing at Birds Point
Monday morning. Hiram Hill is patching
up the hole, the Ethridge is taking it with
a lot of others to St. Louis.
The It. J. Wheeler passed up to St. Lou in
Tuesday night with tow from Plum Point.
The Alice Browa totk over to Mississippi
levee a half mile of empty bartres to
protect the bunk incase of win.l.
All business in the harbor and on tho
river has resumed operations again. Tho
coal company is recieveing coal and goini;
on with business as if nothing happened.
The transfer boats are all making regular
trips to roans that were not entirely washed
The Pittsburg came down from Pitts
burg, towing a barg full of dirt, she has
been out Bome time ou account of not being
able to get under some of the bridgeB, she
left for St Louis.
Tho Silverthorn was duo last night from
the bends, sha has' been saving stock for
tho last week, and taking it to a place o
BITS OF FLOATING NEWS.
Miss Estelle Smith, the vocalist of Pains'
ville, 0 has been offered a fine position by
The next and puccoedin!? numbers of the
Century Magazine will bo largely occupied
with the Jewis question.
Mrs. Lucy Simpson, a colored woman
from Detroit, Mich., is lecturing ou tem
perance to the members of her race in In
dianapolis. Clarence Barton, who figured in tho 8o
toldo affair at Washington, is a nephew of
Bartou Key, whom Gen. Sickles killed
many years ago.
A bill has passed in the Mississippi house
to prevent the sale .f tobacco to minors
without an ord.-t from their parents or
In the training of pugilists, the fat just
under the eyes is reduced by gentle and ro
peated tubbings so that a slight blow won't
cause much swelling.
Capita! punishmout is to be restored in
Wisconsin, a bill to that ifl'.rt having
passed tho state senate. After years of
trial w ithout it this is the conclusion.
Ex-President Mark Hopkins, of Wil
liamson, Mass., was 83 years old the a 4th,
and the senior clans of Williams college
presented him with a pair of sealskin
Iu the Sandwich Islunds. Yale col lego
graduates are represented by-two judges of
tho supreme court, the superintendent of
schools, the ititorney-general, and soine
According to a Russian journal, the
baptists, on account of sincere devotion to
religious principles and exemplary lives,
cause uimo agitation and disquietude to
tho Russian clergy than any other denomi
nation. In some seasons natures greatest blos
soming effort uHtonishcs and delight the
traveler iu California in presentation of
tho tul.iput tree (caryplu unbraculifcna) in
bloom, which marvelous flower, it Is said,
BppeaiBouly at intervals of many years,
and then bursts from its shoitth like a
rocket, with a report like a small cannon,
tending out immense feathery sprays of
palo yellow or white color, laden with an
An unfottutmto old bachelor, who had
made many unsuccessful attempts to get a
wife, at last succeeded, by tho irreslstr.ble
tei'iptatlon of a $19 silver watch, la indue.
Ing a high tempered old maid to marry him.
Tho ceremony haviug been duly performed
at tho house of tho bride's father, tho hap
py husband proposed an tmmediato return
home. "Homo I" cxolalmed the bride;
"homo! Tills In my homo, and you'd bet
tor tfo WyourV ' I agreed to marry you
for tho watch; but I wouldn't live with
you for rt town idix-it " " '
TIII9 AND THAT.
Ha took bis little check to bank ;
Quoth he, "So now I'll get my due."
The Bank was closed, he muttered, t'Blank,
'Twag February ti.
"Well, Well," said ke,
"Such things must be.
Aud then we'll seel" '
The morrow camo, he went to bank,
The teller pushed bi. check aside,
"Why, sir, your'e certainly a crank,
To come here uuldentlued.
lie took his little check away,
And in hi freshly kindled ire,
II u cursed U. W. aud banks.
And threw the paper un theflre.t
aV-I've learned." cried he, "I've learned at last,
Witt) knowledge, clear of any fleck,
What peuple mean when they make use.
Of those confounded words, 'a check."'
Mr. Noah Bates, Elmira, N. Y., writes;
'About four years ao I had 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 bottles of your Burdock
Blood Bitters the improvement was so visi
ble that I was astonished. I can now,
though 61 years of years, do a fair and
reasonable day's work."
Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents. Paul G
Mr. Wm. Ponieroy Bangor, Me., writes:
"I have for a long time suffered from con
tinual constipation, making my life a misery
and causing headache and frightful cramps.
Mr. Thomas, who has been lately visiting in
Buffalo, induced me to try the Spring Blos
som. It'has perfectly cured me."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cts. Paul
O. Schuh, Agent.
Dont Timow Up Tub Sponge. When
suffering humanity are enduring tne horrors
of dyspepsia, indigestion, or nervous and
general debility, they are too often inclined
to throw up the sponge and resign them
selves to fate. We Bay, don't do it. Take
Burdock Blood Bitters the unfailing reme
dy. Price $100.
Foil Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shtlolrs Vitalizer. It never tails
to1 cure. 15
On Thirty Day's Trial.
Wo will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Bolts and other Electric Appli
ances on trial for 30 days to young men
nnd other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, Bnd many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co., Marshall, Mich.
Shilou's Catauimt Bkmrdy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Dipthcria and Canker
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros. ,v
'Hackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
fume. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
WuKitK There's A WillThebb'b A Way.
Any one has the will to try Thomas'
Electric Oil will surely find the way to
robust health, in cases of bronchial affec
tions, sore throat, pains etc.; and as an in
ternal remedy, itis invaluable.
Fiiettt Goon. John Bacon, Laporte,
Ind., writes; "Your 'Spring Blossom' is all
you cracked it up to be. My dyspepsia baa
all vanished; why dont you advertise . it;
what allowance will you make it I take a
dozen bottles, o that I could oblige my
friends occasionally?" Price 50 cents, trial
bottle 10 cents.
PitooK Positive. We have tho most
positive nnd convincing proof that Thomas'
Electric Oil is a most effectual specific for
bodily pain. In cases of rheumatism and
neuralgia it gives instant relief.
Auk you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin! Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posL
tive Curo. 10
A Cough, Cold or Soro Throat
should be stopped, xseglect frequcntl re
sults 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
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speokers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Trochos have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been ,
tested by'wldo and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they havo attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 23 cento
hox everywhere. ' .
Wnr will too cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and $1. - 11
Dit. PikhckV "Favorite Prescription" ti
not extolled as a "cure all," but admirably
fulfills a singleness of purpose, being a
most potent specific In those chronic weak
nesses peculiar to1 women. Particulars in
Dr. Pierce's pamphlet treatise on Diseases
Peculiar to Women, 00 pages tent for thieo
stamps. Address World's Dispensary Mod-' -leal
Association, Buffalo N. Y.
in., mi i i
Accept oim Gratituou Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. 1 Y.J Dear Sir Your
"Golden Medical Discovery" hit cored nay
I my u at mvoi sum ih iu inrs sibmuibx.
rlraso accept our gratitude.