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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN,
CA1K0. ILLIN0I8, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, MAY 17, 1882.
Mayor N. B. Thiatlewood.
Treasurer T. J. Kertb.
C)rk-Jrnnl. J, Koly.
CounnHlur Wm. B.Otlbert.
Marshal L. U. Meyera,
BOABD Or AU)IHMIM.
rtrst Ward-Wm.McHalo.T. M. Klmhrongb.
Second Ward-Jtissu lliultle, C. N. Utiles.
Third Ward-B. K. Blake. John Wood.
Fourth WurdCharloa 0. Patler, Adolpb Bwo-
Kifin Wird-T. W. Hallldar, Krosst B. Patttt. ,
Clren1tJiid,r D.J. Maker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvlu.
Couuiy Judiie It. H Yocutn.
County Clisrk-S. J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M. Pamron.
County Treasurer-Miles W. rarker. .
Sheriff John Hodges.
County CommtlonuraT. W. Ilalllday, J. A.
Glbbs and i'eter nanp.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
lre.)ts; preaching firm and third Huudaya In
each month. 11 a. m. and 7: P- m. : W
CUURCO OF TUB RKDBBMKit-(KiliCopal)
Fourteenth street; Bnudar T:OU m.. Holy
Kucharlst; : a. m., Sunday school ; 1 0) a.m.,
Mornlni? Prayers; 7:3' p. m., Brenlng Prayers. K.
I. Pavcnport. . T. B. Hector.
IIlliiT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCKCH.
V Prtachinjf at 10:80 a. n... t p. ra., and 7:80 p. m.
Aahbatb school at 7: p. m Bet. T. I. Shores,
f CTIJKKAN-Thlrteenth street; ervlia Bab
1j bath 1:30 a.m.; Bonday schooUp.m. Bet.
MKTHODI8T-Cor. EtR' th Walnnt etreeu,
Preaching Babhata fl:O0a.m. d7:M p.m.
Bnnday hebool at aawp. m. Bey. J. A. bcarretl,
IlKESBYTEMAN Eighth street; preaching on
Sabbath at :i rtjO a. m. and 7:Wp. m.; i.rayer
mtin Wednesday at 7:30p.m.; Bnnday flchaol
at 3 p.m. Hey . B. Y.Oeorge, paator.
ST.JOSSril lJ-cBoman Catholic) Corner Croia
and Walnut streets; sendees Sabbath 10:50 a.
.; Sunday School all p. m.; Vpert P- ra.:ser
nc'is e.ry day at a. m. Kijt. O Kara, Priest.
ST. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
run and Washington avenne; services Bab
oat h Sand 10 a to.; Vespers I p. m. ; Bnnday School
I p. in. services every da at a. m. Rev. M;uttrsun
' ft. R, TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
TRIKS ISCAHT. TRAMS AHBIVI.
JHall :15 a.m tMall 4:05 a.m
Arcom dalion.il :H a m Bxvresa... 11:10 a.m
fKiprcfs 4:A p.m Accomdatloa. t:0S p m
MISS CENTRAL B. B.
tMdtl 4 ami tMall ... .. 5:(wp m
tspre 10:15a m I tExproaa H:3U a m
BT, L. 4 C. B. B. (Narrow Gauge )
eBxprwM l:-a a m I Kxprnsa 4:M p.m
.Accoia'datlon. 11 p.m Accom'datoln 12:W p m
IST.L , I.M 48. B. R.
iKxprwa Il:i0p m tKxpreM.... x:50 1 p m
tAccom nation. :3up.ra I tAccom datlon.ll :45 a m
WARASII. ST. LOriS PACTPIC B T CO.
Mall 4 Ki 5- a.m i 'Mall & Ex.... p.m
Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
M0BILK4OHI0 B. B
.: .m. I Mall T:15 p.m
a.m. i Expreaa T:4S p.m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Ckicago.
The Otilv Lino Running
O DAILY TRAINS
Making Direct Connection
Ta-tlNi Ln C'Arno:
3:1 r u m. Mail,
Arriving In 8t. Loula 45 a m.: Chicago, 0:30 p.m.;
Connecting at Oiltnand Kftlncham for Cincin
nati, LoulrvlUu. ludlanapollt and point. East.
11:10 u.m. Ht. Louie and Western
Arrlvlne In St. Louis 7:01 p. m and connecting
for all point VYeat.
t:'JO p.m. Fiwst Kxpreaa.
l or St. Loula and Chicago, arriving at St. Loul
t0:40p.m., and Chicago 7 :30 a.m.
4 ::iO p.m. Cincinnati Kxpreas.
ArrlTtna at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Loauvtlle 7:J0
a.m.; Indlanauolla 4:00 a.m. Paaaengere by
thla train reach the above polnta ia to 3d
UOUKS In advauco of any other route.
1!rThe4:'J0 p. m. expre baa PULLMAN
BLEETINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, without
ehangea, and through aleoperato Bt. loula and
Fast Time East.
X AhSeil 2,018 orn polnta without any delay
eauaed by Sunday lntcrvonlug. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrlvce In now York Monday
inoniliigat 10 : :io . Thlrty-alx hours In advnceof
By other roulfl,
tWFor through ticket and further information,
tpiilrat IlllBol Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
Vas. JOUNSON, J. U. JONES,
Oen. Southern Agent. Tlckut Agent.
A. D. HANSON, Oon. Paoa, Agent. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Exprcia and Mall Uiave, Cairo, every day except
Bnnday, at 10:25 a.m. Arrlv.i 4:35 p. ra.
Accommodutlon arrlvea at 12:04 p. m. and ae
part at 1 :'J0 p. in.
EOR0E II. LEACH, M. D.
Phvf ician and Surgeon,
Special altontloii paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of anrnlcaldlBeao,auddlaoaiio of womau
Olllco: On 14th atroot, oppoMtotho PoetOOlce,
Cairo, 111. -
JJR. W. 0. J0CELYN,
OFFICB-Elgbth SUoet, nearComuercialArenp,
jyli. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omoi No. 130 Commercial Anuti between
Bghtb and Ninth BImoU
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loo.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WE LI
I'.4 CITED FOR 8HIPPINO
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1ER & CO..
for. Nineteenth street 1 na!-n Til
Commercial Avenna vallU, 111
A Now and Complole Hitol, fronting on Lvee
Second and Railroad Streets,
To rn. nEPr Di-pot of Oie Chicago, St. Leuls
at)1 ew(rleiin: IlllnoU Central; W!,n-h, Kt.
Loula and 1'adflc; Iron Mountain and rtnuthern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and M. Lome haiiwava
aru all Juki a-ron the ttrcet: while the Steamboat
Landing l bnt one square lii;nnt.
This Uotnl la ht-ated by fit'm, bai ateara
Laundry. HTdrsulIc Elevator, Electric Call Utile.
Automatic Kire-Alarma, Batha, ahnliitt'ly pure air,
perfect aewerai;e and uimplete appolntniunts.
Superb fnrniehintji; perfect eervlco; and an nu
I j. 1J. PAKKKK Ac CO.,LeMMa
C O A. L
D Stoves ' 33
S Tinware. B
(J W.' WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
' couttantly on hand
:. STAVE CLIPPINGS
At Sevcnty-flvo ccnta per load.
' . J Atone dollar per load.
The "rlromltigii"are ooarae nhavlnRi and make
the best snmmer wood for cooking purpuras as welt
e the cheapest ever sold In Cairo. For black
iwtth's nsg insetting tiros, they are unequalled
Leave yuor orders ai th Tenth street wood rrl
:.' J'irt-rzv: ' L' ' "'r ',;',f
Stillman's ELIXIR of LIFE
A purely Vegetable Blood Purifier, and guaran
teed to cure on ca.c, In 100, or money refneded.
1 lie above reward will o paid for a remedy which
will cure as many ce of Malaria, Fever and Ague,
Dyspcpala, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Liver and Kid
ney Diseases. i,nw hottlca sold on its merits,
without adverting, in seven years. If bilious,
languid, and your ambition Is gone, life Is gloomy.
Try one bottle. It will convince yon of ila superi
ority ovur auy other remedy. If you have any Uu
mors ff the Skin or blood, from whatever cause,
this Elixir will cure It when all other remedies
have tailed. Ask your druKtflst for It. Price SI
and;. A ludollar bottle ent by express pre
paid. MTd by A. L. DTILLMA'.t 4 CO., New
York Circulars free. II, V. WILLABD, Oeu'l
Agent U. H. and Canada, Troy, N. Y.
HE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADUCAE
nENRT B. TAYLOR .. Master
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Leaves Padncah for Cairo daily (Sundays except
d)atHa.u.aud(onndCity at 1 p m. Retnrn
riK, L'-avts Cairo at 4 p. m. Mound. City at 5p. m.
THE A. K SAFF0RD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Mound City Cap
tain Andle Owen.
Leaves Cairo .,.7:80 A. M.
Mound City 4:30 " "
14 Cairo M.M..,MM.,... mmm,...13 Noon
" Mound City 1:30 P. M.
" Cairo 4:30" "
" Mound Citv 8 " "
Steamer Sllverthorn: 147 feet length; 28 foot
beam; 4 foot bold; 2 engines; 2cyllnrters; li inches
diameter; 4 foot stroke; 2 boilers, 40 Inches diame
ter. Ik feet long. The bout and machinery Is in ex
cellent repair, and in good running order; she has
full cabin and Is one of the best light draught
boats on the river. Fur terms apply to, or address
W. J. Tomer, master, at Hickman, Kentucky; or
W.F.Lanibdlu, river editor of Dally Bulletin,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -hSfi STATES.
On and after Monday, Jane 7th, and until further
notice the fenyboat will make trips as follows:
MAVIS LXATIS LIAV1S
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:0ti a. m. 8:30 a.m. a. m.
10:00a.m. 10:30a. ra. 11a.m.
2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6;00 p. m.
2 p.m. . 2:30 p.m. S p.m
MILL AND C0MMIHKI0N.
D i alb in in
FL0UE. 6 SAIN AND HAY
niirhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Conuuercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. DROSS. President. I P. NEFF, Vice Prcs'nt
U. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Berth, Ajs't cash
F. Bross Ca!ro I William Klniw. .Cairo
I'oter Neir " William Wolf.... "
(', M Ostcrloh " I C, O. Patlor.. ... '
K.A.Buder " II. Well '
J. Y. Clomson, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid In
tho Savings Department. Collections, made and
all business promptly attendud to.
(pIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A ttoucral Banking: business
TIIOB. V. II ALLIDAY.
JNTERrRISK SAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, ).
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
W..K, LAjinmsf, river editor of fu BtJLLTit
and steamboat passenger agent. Orders for all
kinds of stuamboat Job printing sollcltod. Office
at Planters Hotel, No, 51 Ohio levee.
HTAOES OF TUB KIVKH.
Tho river msrkcd by tho gttuge last even
ing ttt this poiut at six p.m., 41 feet
10 inches and falling.
Pittsburg, SLiy 10-6 p.m. River 12 feet
C inches and stationary.
Cincinnati, May 18-fl p.m. 43 feet 8
inches and rising.
Louisville, May 168 p.m.-River 14
feet 6 iuches and rising.
Nashville, May 1Q-6 p.m.Rivcr 15 f-.-et
6 inches and stationary.
- Bt. Louis, May 16-0 p.m. River 24 feet
3 inches and stationary.
The Golden Rule from New Orleans, 5
days and 13 hours out landed hero yester
day morning at 0:10 and left at 0:30 for
Cincinnati. Considering tho heavy current
she had to contend with and making all of
her regular landings, hertimo hero was
good. Sho had a good many passengers.
Yesterday was clear and bright; but very
cool for the season. Business on the wharf
was calm and unexciting.
The Junius Morgan is now at Mound
City under tha skillful hand of first-class
mechanics, superintended by Capt. Will
Hamilton, who has charge of tho marine
ways at that place. When she is delivered
to her owners the Morgan as a transfer will
be almoBt as good as when firBt built.
The C. W. Anderson from Nashville is
due here early this morning. She will go
up the Mississippi a short distance and re
ceive between 2,500 and 3,000 sacks of corn
and will leave here on her return trip this
evening forPaducah and Cumberland river.
Passengers going in that direction can se
cure tickets at Planters House, of W. F.
. The Thos. Sherlock, one of the largest
steamers of tho Southern Transportation
line, running from Cincinnati to New Or
leans, is due here early this morning. She
has asplendid trip of freight, but will add
considerably more which has boon secured
for her by Capt. Wright, freight agent for
the line here. Capt. James Nichols master,
AmeB Fisher chief scribe.
The fine passenger steamer Andy Baum
is due here early this morning from Mem
phis for Cincinnati. The Bauru is the
largest boat of the'Cincinnatf and Memphis
packet line and her accommodations are
first-class in. every particular. Capt. II. J.
Vinton commands and M. M. Deems first
in tho office. For passage rates call at
Planters House, W. F. Lambdin, Agent.
$4,123,000 has recently been appropriat
ed for the Mississippi from Cairo to New
Orleans improvements, as suggested by the
Mississippi river commission, besides small
er contributions for other streams of less
importance. This is one of the most nec
essary appropriations ever mado by the
congress and senate of tho United States,
as through the advantngo of this great
stream, known as tho father of waters;
many of the finest steamers of modtrn
times transport upon the bosom of this
chauncl of commerce. Millions and mil
lions of tho rich products tilled from the
soil by the yeomanry of the western and
southern country, which passes into tho
gulf and to all ports of Europe. Tho gov
ernment of the United States cannot be too
lavish with appropriations for river im
provement, as it will bo of incalculable in
terest to tho whole country, which is grad
ually increasing and expanding with a rap
idity that will before another half century
has elapsed make America the world's me
tropolis, and Europe a secondary considera
tion. Improve our rivers as they should bo
for we need improvements and facilities for
shipping tho products of tho growing great
west and south, on millions of acres of tho
rich lauds that are being so rapidly opened
up and cultivatod.
The Tittsburg from St. Louis for tho up
per Ohio, is duo hero to-morrow.
City of Baton Rouge for New Orleans is
duo to-morrow from St. Louis.
Tho City of rrovidonco will report hero
this evening for Vicksburg.
The City of Greenville from Vicksburg is
one of tho fast packets of tho Anchor lino
and is duo to-day for St. Louis.
Tho Grauito arrived last evening at 6
o'clock with a fair trip. Sho departed for
Memphis at 7 o'clock. Capt. Tichcnor was
in command and looking well. Mr. McCoy
chief clork was confined to his room with a
Tlio Gub Fowler arrived last evoning at
8 :30, with a good trip. Her freight busi
ness has boon No. 1 for tho Inst ten or
twelvo trips, and as for passongcrs she
always lias quite as many as shecou accom
dato, Tho Fowler is au indispeosiblo con
venience to the traveling pubiic, and daily
gains popularity. Shots rapid and her
accommodations excellent, gam the stew
ard feeds high and has it prepared in style.
Look out tor her again this evonlug as per
Quito a tempting sight was standing in
front of the Planters Houso last evening in
tho form of 31 silver bricks, which were
brought from Colorado to be sent to the U.
S. mint at New Orloans. The amount of
the bricks when coined will be over60,000.
Tho heaviest brick weighed 1820 ounces.
Mr. Lawrence Rutclifie, of Paducah, came
down on the Fowler yesterday for the pur
poso of soliciting work from the busiuess
men generally qf Cairo. Mr. IUtcIilFa is
extensively engaged in making stuueils of
all kinds and of any design or pattern that
may bo desired. He is a first-class work
man, and his rates reasonable, He will
display his samples to-day.
Tho Sto. Genevieve from St. Louis ar
rived at 5 :30 last evening with a vory good
trip. Sho added considerable freight hero
and departed for Memphis at 8 p. m.
The now John S. Hopkins of the Evans
ville and Paducah packet lino is roady for
business aod is said to be one of the flnost
sternwheel boats that floats.,,
A majority of the Irish suspects will be
James G. Blaine has given to a New En
gland senator positive assurance that ho
will not be a candidate for a scat in the
houso of representatives.
Hon. Emory Speer has a telegram to bo
laid before tho convention ot Georgia inde
pendents to day, urging the nomination of
Hon. Alexander H. Stephens for governor,
who would not reject it.
8 new cases of small-pox have developed
on the British steamer Altenower, lying in
quarantine at San FranciBCO, aftor bringing
across the Pacific a load of Chinese. '
The chief of police of Bt. LouiB received,
last Wednesday, a letter offering important
information in regard to a plot to murder
Undersecretary Burke, on condition that
the life of one of the assassins be spared,
and that a handsome reward be paid the
The police of Dublin have issued de
scriptions of four of tho men engaged in
the murder of Cavendish and Burke, one of
whom has a hollow bridge pn his nose. It
is thought that at least twelve men were
connected with the tragedy. A car-driver
named Bolger has been arrested at Novillo
and sent to Dublin.
Ex Governor Washburne, of Wisconsin,
passed away Monday at Eureka Springs,
Ark. Governor Rusk has selected as a com
mittee to receive the remains ex Governors
Dewey, Lewis, Taylor, Luditigton and
Smith, Chief Justice Cole, General Atwood
and Hon. I. C. Gregory.
On Sunday morning tho country was
flooded with statements that tho judges of
the District of Columbia could not agree
as to a new trial for Guitcau. Tho Post,
of Washington, says that the justices were
in thorough harmony all through, and
reached a decision affirming tho sentence of
the lower court. This action will be form
ally announced next Monday. The execu
tion of tho assassin is fixed for Juno 30.
A Quick Marriage.
Not loii'jsineoacouplepresented them-
-a v.ivi i a,v t bill; 114"
county jastii-c of tho peace,
that tlicy desired to bt inar-
selves to a couniv
intuii:uni mat tlicy
ried as .soon its possible, as tho girl's
parents were opposed and would soon
bo present to wtop proceedings. Tho
justice looked at tho couple, and turn
ing to tho persons who woro with him
first said: "Hold on, boys, till I hitch
this team;" then to tho anxious pair,
'John, you want to marry Mollic?"'
"Yes, sir, quick!" was tin? re'ply. "Mol
lic, you want to marry John?" "That's
what 1 am here for, arid tho sooner tho
better." Tho judjjjo the" asked all
jiarties present to nso. "Now, John,
ketch hold of Mollio's hand; Mollio,
ketch hold of John's hand. Now you
tiro hitched, and in tho power gin by tho
stato of Goorgy and tho United States,
and by tho goodness of (iod, Ipronouueo
von mail and wife; aud what this court
lias joined let nothing bust asunder, if
so let him bomarantbn. Go forth, mul
tiply, biiiio; forth an1, replenish upon
the faith of tho earth. Amen!" Amer
A Brave Little Girl.
Says tho Montezuma (Ga.) Wecklyt
A gentleman living near Hcndorson,
whiln plowing a fow days ago, sent a
ton-yonr-old daughter to the nouse for
his gun for thopurposoof shooting some
rice birds that woro In tho field. Re
turning with the gun, tho bravo littlo
heroine was attacked in tho road by an
infuriated bull, and, instead of running
and screaming and thus urging the beast
on as most children would havo done,
sho stood hor ground and, as tho beast
advanced, she lot go the contenU of both
barrel into his face. Tho boast, Beem
bigly in a state of intoxication, ran here,
there and everywhere iu search of tho
child, against fences, trees, etc., but
climbing tho fence hastily tho littlo girl
managed to escape. Sho ran and told
her father of the incident, who, hearing
the report of tho gun, was rushing to
hor to ascertain tho cause of the shoot
ing. With the assistance of two color
ed men, the now cowed animal was
driven home, aud it was discovered that
both of his eyes had booh shot out
It is boeauso he haa beard that close
attention to small things make the suc
cessful man that a eortaln young clerk
in this city tkdtos such good care ot bis
moustache. . y
Two shall bo born the whole wide world apart.
And spouk in dtllertnit tongue, and uava nl
E&on of the other's being, and no neod.
And thnro o'er unknown seas to unknowi
Shall oniHfl, eflrnnlntf wreck, defying duatbt
And, nil uiiootiscliHiNl.v.sbupe every act
And bond each wandering- step to this out
That oniday, out of darkness thojr shall mo
And road llto's moaning la each outer's eye
And two shnll walk somo narrow wny of Ufa,
Fo nearly sllo by sldo that acould one turn
. i-.vor so uttio spaco to lert or riirht
They noods must stand acknowledged face M
' And yet, with wistful eyes that nvor meet,
i With irropliip hitmU that novur olasp, and Up
CnllltiK In vnl.'i to oars tbitt never bear,
i They suk oarh otbor all tholr wnary days
DT LAURA D. MCUOIA
Entorlnpr by rhance an upper nntMod room,
Tbitt looked upon a noisy olty street,
Ern slirht oould penotrato Its dusty trlnom,
I I heard a sound of Insect wltifrs thut beat
And Muttered wildly on tho window panel
: The pauaod wuru out, then beat and etroTJ
Soitrchliig, I found a re sral butterfly,
All froiilon-russet. barrod with velvet black,
Prisoned In lcl)t of freedom, trees and sky.
I Its brulsod wln now wide spread now fold.
I il buck,
Cntifrht 'twlxt ail outor and Inner framo,
It roeo und foil and flickered llko a Hams.
With careful hitsto I drew too wfadow down
Tbo balf-bowildered cnptlv fluttered freo,
Hfivorud a moment o'er Uio sordid town,
Then circled sunward till I oould not see.
0 Death, thus wUt Utou lift Earth's prison
1 Aoi free our souls for flight beyond toe
Would Take tie Bisk.
"As that Doorman in Now Hampshire
died of smoking, I don't know as I
ought to press you to take this cigar,"
said a visitor to a reporter. "I can ac
cept it," said tho seribo, as ho reached
for tho Victoria, a stranger to uewspanor
offices, adding: "A follow who has
written up deaths from arsenic in wall
paper, from chicory in codec, from eat
ing canned articles and from inhaling
sewer gas will die a natural death." -JJloii
Boston Trunscrqili To show that
Captain Ends' project of raising vessels
of 4,01(0 to 6,000 tons forty-six feet out
of water and putting them on a railway
is not a visionary one, tho fact is ad
duced that in tho Bombay hvdraulio
dock, weights are lifted of 12,000 tons.
Engineering skill, it Is safo to say, can
lift anything, except, perhaps, a morte
'Pour on Oil."
L. P. Follett, Marion, t., Btates that he
has used Thomas' Eclectric Oil for burns,
and has found nothing to equal it in sooth
ing the pain aud giving relief. Paul G.
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y., writes: "I
have used Burdock Blood Bitters for nerv
ous and bilious headaches, and have rec
ommended tliem to my friends; I believe
them superior to any other medicine I havo
used, and can recommend them to any one
requiring a cure for biliousness.' Price
$1.00. Paul G. Paul, Agent.
Women aro everywhere using and
recommending Parker's Ginger Tonic, bo
eauso they have learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency.
indigestion pain or weakness in the back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
tne sex. Home Journal. See adv.
Guard Against Disease.
If you tiind yourself cettincr bilious head
heavy, mouth foul, eyes yellow, kidneys
disordered, symptoms of piles tormenting
you, tako at onco a fow doses of Kidney
Wort. It is nature's great assistant. Use
it as an advance guard don't wait to get
aown sick. See largo advertisement.
Never to Late too Mend.
Thos. J. Ardcn. William street. Kast T5nf-
fttlo. writes: "Your Sitrinrr niossnm haa
worked on me snlendid. I had no nnnetite:
used to sleep badly and get up in the morn-
i .I...., . , .
my uiu virenuuu ;ui oreaiu was very ouensive
and I suffered from severe headnche: since
using your Spring Blossom all these sym-
toms nave vanisnea ana l toe! quite well."
Trice 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Pan!
G. Schuh, Agent.
Tens of thousands of dollars aro souan-
dered yearly upon traveling quacks, who go
from town to town professing to cure all '
tho Ills-that our poor humanity is hoir to.
Why will not tho public learn common
sense, and it they aro Buffering from dys
pepsia or liver complaint, invest a dollar in
Spring Blossom, sold by all druggists- and
indorsed Dy mo lacuity. aco testimonials.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
A biguilleaut Fact.
The" cheapest medicino in use is Thomas'
Eclectric Oil, because bo very littlo of it ia
required to effect a euro. For croup,
dintheria, and diseases of the lumra and
throat, whether used for bathing tho chest
vi inroat, loriamng internally or inhaling,
it is a matchless compound. Paul G. Schuh,
Fellows' Syrup of llypophospbites saved
tho life of my wife, after her caso became
apparently hopeless from TuLercular Con-
sumption. Fellows' Compound Syrup of
llypopmwpliitcs will rapidly improve the
weakened Amotions and organs of the
body which depend for health upon volun-
fnrv anil Invnlnntjirv norvstiia .l!n TT '
L. nAuiiNO,Nel9onville,,0. .
The Quceu's Society
are among the stancliest advocates of bean
titjing Scaodont, which communicates to
the teeth the glistening whiteness of enow,
arrests tnelr decay, renders snonirv and uN
ccrated gams healthy, and breath made
offonHlve by defeclive teoth as sweet as -
noney suckle. Ladies, ye were mado to
v-linnic, maun yuut vuiHjueeia aura uu
swift, your empire over male hearts lasting
by ; its sovereign aid. The foshionatla 7
world declares there it nothing liks It, A
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