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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1882.
l ayo'r N. C. Thitlwod.
Treamirer T J. Kerth.
Clerk -Deunl. J, Foley. ,
Conimilor Win. 11. Ulibert.
Mar.hal-L. H. Meyer,
Attorney William Uendrlck.
HOARD Of ALUMtiI.
ftrt Ward- Wm. McHaln. T. M . Elmbrongh.
Sneiud Ward Jok Uiik!, C. N. Uughe.
Thud Ward B. I'', Illake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charl.,a O. Patler, Adolpb 8wo-
fifth Wrd-T. W. UaMday, ZntH B. Pettit.
Clrcnlt JudgeD. J. Baker.
Circuit Clerk A. U. Irvln.
County Judge It. H Yor.uui.
Couny Clerk H.J. llnmm.
County Attorney J . M. Uamron.
CouMyTreiM-urer-Mlle W. Parker.
County Coraml.loiier T. W. Ualllday, J. A
Gtbb aud Peter haup.
CAIRO BAPTMT Corner Tenth and Poplar
i'eei; preaching Unit and third Sunday In
each mouth, 11 a ra. aud7:3o o. m.; prayer meet
..KTUureuay.T.p.u.uudayjchooU CIiniCH OF THE RKDKKMBB Bpleopal)
Kuurtouth treet; Sunday 7:00 a m Holy
Eocbar.t: V:30 a. m ., Sunday school ; II 01 a.m.,
Morning Prayer; 7:Jp. m., Evening Prayera. If.
V. Davenport, 8. T. B. Hector.
TVIiST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CnCHCH.
V Poaching at 10:80 a. o... 8 p. m.. nd 7:80 p. m.
JaMmtu acl.ool at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Hbore,
jl'TllKKAN-TUlrteeuth treet; tervUe bab
j lata 1 :30 a. m. i bunday tebool 2 p.m. Kev.
MKTUOI)IsT-Cor. Eighth and Walnut atreeU,
PrevMiig Sabbath 11 :U0 a. m. and 7 ;S0 p. m.
f nn-Isy hctiooi at 4:'H p. m Kev. 4. A. bcerrell,
PKEbNYTB HI AN Eighth atreeti preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:80 p. m.; Sunday Scheol
at 8 p.m. Kev B.V.Ueotge, paator.
8T JOSEPH Roman Catholic) Corner Croat
and Waluul trou; eerrlcea Sabbath 10:80a.
n. ; Sunday School at p. m. ; VPr I p. m. ; ir
rice, every dy at a. m. Hut. U'Hara, Prleet.
ST. PAT MICE'S -(Kotnan Catholic) Comer Ninth
.'reet and Washington avenue; aorrleea Hab
Dalb Said 10 a. m. ; Vetera 8 p. m.; Sunday School
I p. m. --vlc every day at 8 a. m. Ret. MaeU-reon
li. li. TIME CARD ATCAIIiO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
. DKI AHT. TKAS AWUV.
Mall .1:15 a. m
Aecmu'dallon. 11:10 a.m
I Accnmdatlon .4:05 p m
. 4:'J0 pm
MISS CENTRAL B. K.
..... 4.tta.mtVatl .. 5:ip.m
.... 10:15 m tExpre 11:30 a m
. L. A C. B. K (Narrow Gaage )
in.. m n I Rvrirt.ua 4 :5S D.01
Axtntn'dttllin. 1 : p m Acconi'datoln MM p.m
rT . L , IM AH. H. R
tBlpri ll:)p.ra I tExpre t:W p in
Accom aanon. f-V p m tAecom'dallon ll :4S m
WABASH. ST. I.Oi m PACIFIC ICY CO.
Mall A Ki .... 5 : vm Mll A Ex.... p.m
Daily txrept bnnday. Dally.
MOBILE A OHIO R. H
Wall .:') a m. I Mall 7:1. p.m
Brpr( t'. Jii a.m. Expr 1 V p.m.
ILLINOIS CKSTHAL U. R.
Sliortest awl Quickest Route
St. Louis anil Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Runnim;
O DAILY- TRAINS
Making Dikect Connkotion
Th-ink Liiti Cairo:
Li: 1 5 u m. Mull,
Atrlvlti" In 8t. Loul. 45a.m.; Chicago. 8:80 p.m.!
Cornrctir.u at t'din and Effingham fur Cincin
nati, LouifvUic. Indlaeapulia aud point. Eaft.
11:10 li.m. fct . IiiiK and Wwtprn
'Arrtvlni: tn Bt. LonU7:05p. m., and c6nnecttn
fur all poimi) We.i.
4;iU p.m. VUutt KxprB.
forflt. Lir.iU and trblcano, arrlvin,! t St. Loall
10:40 p .m.. and ChlcaBo 7 "JO
iiiUJO i m. CinoinnHti ICxpretin.
Arrlvlni; at Cincinnati 7:00 .m.; Louiavllle 7:30
m.; Indlatiajmlia 4:00 .m. I'aMengurs by
thin truin r?ach the atovB jolnt la to 3t
UUVK.S In advance of any other route.
rSTThe 4 :J0 p. m. expree ha PULLMAN
PLfcSriNtH'AK Cairo to ClBClnnMl, without
ehanRf,aiid through aloepore to Bt. Loula and
Fast Time East.
D.i cani, ,rnt.o T thl line ro through to Eaot
i aSSOllirerS vrn point without any doUy
canned by Sunday InterTi-nltiK. The f M"--? af,er
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
OiorniiiK at :iA. Thlity aLx hour In advance of
jij othnr rolll.
jr7Kor thronch tlcketn and further Information,
UMiivat Illlnnln Cmtral Uallruad Dopot. Cairo.
Vas. JoUNSON. S. II. JONES,
rcn. HoutlH-rn Agent. Timet Aitent.
A. U. HANSON, (ion, Yv. Aeont. Chicago ;
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAIN'S RUN A8 FOLLOWS.
Exmom and Malt leave. Cairo, every day except
8'indav. ut Witt a. m. Arrlv. 4::i5 p. m.
Accommodation arrive at 12 :o p, m. and at
part at 1 :ao p. m.
E0K0E II. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Ppoclal attention paid to the Homeopathic treut
tnent of mirtilr.al direaneii.anddliiuaaea of woman
Olllce: uu Vlin itroot, oppoaltu tho Tot Office,
Culro, 111. '
J)U. W. C. JOCELYN, i
OFFICE-EihU Htrent, near Comirerclal Atenoe
J)K. B. W. WniTLOCK,
Ornoi-No. 136 Commercial Atonu. bctwMO
kgbtb and Ninth Street
PROrRTETOR OP SFROAT'S PATENT
Wholesalo Dealer In Ico.
ICE BY TITK CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
r.cKED for eairpiNo
Oar Loads? u Spocialtv.
- O f f ' ICE:
Cor.Tweli'tli Street and Levee,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Eli & CO..
Oor, Nineteenth .tree! 1
Commercial Avenue J
A Now and Complete Hotel, fronting ou Levee
Second and hall road Street.
Th Pa.cri?er D'-pot of the Chlraro, St. Loul
au ewOrlen.: Illinoi Central; Wabash. M.
Ionl. and Pacltlc; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Lout Railway
are all Juit aero, the .trtt; while the Steamboat
Landing i. but one auare di.tant.
Thl Hotel I. heated by team. has .team
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Be!',..
Automatic Kire-Alarm., Baiha, ab.olutely pure air,
pertect .ew.r.ee and eompiete appoimmuiiif .
Superb furnifhiag; perfect acrvke; and an un
T.. P. PAltKKK & GO.,ljfHMn
i O a
C O A. L
D Stoves 1)
S Tinware. S
( W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood aud Kindliug
couiuntly on band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
At one dollar per load. .
The "trlmmlngi"are coare tharlnga and make
the beat vammor wood for cooking purpoea well
u th cheapen ever aold In Cairo. For black
rnilth't u.elneettlng tire, they r unequalled
Loav ynot orderi al the XnU atrtwl wood yard
$500 REWARD !
Stillman's ELIXIR ok LIFE
A purely VigeUblc Blood Purlflor, anil guaran
teed to cure S ca.e.lri Kill, or money refundud.
1 ho above reward will ou pnid for a remedy which
will cure a. many ca.c of Malaria, Fever and Ague,
Dyciiep..la, KlieiimatiBiii, Catarrti, Liver and Kid
ney DUeanen. ,,! bottles aold on Ita merit,
without advcrtlxlng, In Heen yer. If bllloua,
lanirnld, and your ambition la gone, life 1 gloomr.
Trv one iMjttle. It will coovluceyou of it iiiperl
orlty over any other remedy. If you have anr Hu
mora of the Hkln or blood, from whaUivor catt.e,
thl Elixir will cure It when all other romedl-
have failed. A.k yonrdruKiil.t for It. Price $1
and i. A I'idoilar boitli .ent by expreita pre
paid. MTd by A. L. HTILLMAN & CO., New
York Circular free. II. C. WILLARL), Gen'i
AL-cnt U. 8. and Canada, Troy, N. Y.
"HE REGULAR CAIRO AND PADl'CAH
1 DAILY PACKET.
HENRY E. TAYLOR Mutter
OEO. JOUE8 Clerk
Lave. Paducab for Cairo daliy (Sunday except
d) at e a.m. and Mnnd City at I p m. Return
n g, L. aveg Cairo at 4 p. m. Monnd. City at 5p. m.
THE A. li. S AFFORD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Mound C'ty Cap
" Mound City
" Mound City
.... 7 :V) A. M.
...1:30 P. M.
4:30 " '
Steamer Sllverthorn; H7 feet length; 28 foot
beam; 4 foot hold : 2 engine.; 2 cylinder.; 12 inchea
diametfr; 4 foot .troite: 2 holler. 40 Inche. diame
ter. I feet long. The boat and machinery in in ex
cellent repair, and in food running order; ihe ha.
lull cabin and Is ei-. of the best light draught
boat on the river. For term apply to, or addre.a
W, .1 . Turner, ma.ter. at ll.ckman. Kentucky: or
W. F. I.ambdin, rlvor editor of Dally Bulletin,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE ."ba STATES.
On end after Monday, June 7th, and until larther
tioUce the fenyboat will make trip a follow:
MA7I LIATX. LIATI
Foot Fourth t. Ml.aouri Lacd'g. Kentucky Ld g.
8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m.
10:00. m. 10:80. m. 11 a. m.
H:00p. m. J :80 p.m. 8 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 6;(Xp. m.
2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. t p.m
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hisbest Cash Price Paid for "Wheat.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BROSS, rre.ldcnt. I P. NEKF, Vice Pre'nt
U. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Ain't cash
F. Bro. Cairo I William Kluce. .Cairo
Peter Neff William Woli.... "
CM Cterloh " I CO Patlur "
E.A. Buder " II. Well "
J. Y, Clcm.on, Caledouia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINKSS DONE.
Exchange oid and bought. Intoro.t paid In
the Saving Department. Collection made and
all busluufj promptly attended to.
rj!UE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Oeueral Banking: business
TIIOS. W. IIALLIDAY.
JjNTERPRISB BAVIN0 BANE j
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
. TIIOS. W. XIAJLiHitDAY,
-. , ,;k . Treajurr.
W. K. LAttnDin, river editor of tnt Bdm.tik
and iteamboat pasncngor ft;;ont. Order, for all
kludeof steamboat Job printing solicited. Ofllce
at Planter llotol, No. SI Ohio levee.
HT AO KS OK TIIK RIVER.
Tho river marked by tho gauyo la8t even
ing at this point at six p.m., 41 feet
8 inches and rising.
Pittaburg, May 17 C p.m. River 9 feet
0 inches and falling
Cincinnati, Mny 176 p.m. 46 feet 8
inches and rising.
Louisville, May 170 p.m. River 19
feet 4 inches and rising.
Nashvillo, May 176 p.m. River 15 feet
1 inch and falling.
St. Louis, Miy 176 p.m. River 23 fat
11 inches and falling.
The anticipated danger of another big
rjsc which would vit.it the inhabitants on
the border in the bottom lands of tho lower
Mississippi will not bo realized this season-.
Which of course meets with a grand uni
versal approval of everybody, including
their uncles, bisters, cousins and their
The Ous Fowler was detained yesterday
on account of big business. She arrived at
5 p. ru. and left at 0 ;30 with a good return
The City of Greenville from Vicksburg
arrived last evening at 5 :45 and left at 7 :30
She camo in flying light, discharged a lot
of walnut lumber, which the Andy Baum
will take to Cincinnati.
The Thompson Dean is boing towid up
the river to Pittsburg by the towboat 8. L.
Wood. The elegant aud massive cabin of
the Dean will be transferred to tho new
steamer "Will- S. Hays, which Oapt. J&s.
Itees designs bringing out this fall.
The Ohio is of very recpectablo propor
tions for this season of the year, and there
is no occasion for kicking about the scarci
ty of water, but when it does go down the
big boats will have on opportunity to bug
the shores for a protracted spell. "Tho
little jokers" will then come in for souio
of the chicken pie.
John B. Maude from St. Louis leaves
here this eveuing for Momcphis. II. W.
The wild high flyer Pittsburg, Capt.
John Thornburg master, left St. Louis last
evening and will land here on her way up
tho Ohio for the Smoky City.
The Anchor lino steamer City of Provi
dence arrived from St. Louis last evening
and departed lor Vickeburg.
The steamer IIud3on, formerly a regular
Cincinnati and Big Sandy packet, leaves
Cincinnati for St. Louis next week to enter
permanently as a regular St. Louis and
Paducah packet in opposition to tho Fun
nie Tatum. There will be somo interesting
work between the two boats.
The U. P. Schenck will be the next
boat up from New Orleans for Cincinnati
She will reach here Friday night or Satur
Weather clear, mild and pleasant yester
day, but exceedingly dull. We noticed
several small squads of steamboatmen on
the corners discussing matters of marine.
The John Gillmoroof tho M. V. T. Co. is
due up this morning for St. Louis.
The City of Baton Rouge for New Or
leans, left the Futuro Groat last evening
and is due to-day.
The Fannio Tatum from St. Louis is due
this morning for Paducah. Capt. . B.
Mr. J. M. Brown, river editor of tho
News at Paducah, and general steam boat
agent, came down on tho Sherlock yester
day, lie will take passago for homo this
morning on tho Fannio Tatum. His wife
and little son Eddie were passengers to St.
Louis and return on the Tatum.
Tho Andy Baum will report hero' this
morning for Cincinnati. Passongors going
up tho Ohio by engaging transportation on
this pleasant and popular packot, will bo
well cared for by her hospitable officers,
with Capt. II. J. Vinton as chief of coromo
nies, and Mr. M. M. Deems conducts tho
quill driving department. For passago see
W. F. Lambdin, oflico at Planters IIouso.
T'ao City of Helena from Memphis ar
rived yesterday morning at 7:30, aud dis
charged 600 bales of cotton after which
she left for St. Louis.
Tho Thomas Sherlock from Cincinnati ar
rived yesterday at 1 o'clock p. m. Sho
was about half loaded and roccivod proba
bly 000 tons of freight hero, after which
sho loft for Now Orloans at 7 p. m.
Tho 0. W. Anderson failed to extend her
trip to Cairo. She was duo bore yesterday
but only camo down as far as Paducah, is
she made engagements for a full load of
corn up the Ohio.
The Vint Shinklo for Memphis, aud
Paris 0. Brown for Now Orleans, left Cin
cinnati yesterday evening at S o'clock. ;
For The Bullotlit ;
DR. WOLFE'S COMMON SENSE.
LETTER NO. XIII.
OLD METHODS OF TREATING) CONSUMPTION,
Having pointed out tho manner of cur
ing tho first and socond stagesof consump
tion, I shall do tho same in regard to tho
third. In this stage masses of yellow
tubercle break down and are expectorated,
carrying with them lung tissue, leaving
cavities secreting matter, accompanied bv
serero constitutional disturbance, such as
noetic fever, drenching nightsweats,
We now employ vapors that will stimu
late the ulcerated surface to socrete gran
ulated matter instead of pus. The sides
of the cavity now become either gluod to
gether lined with a pBeudo-mucus mem
brane. This is tho way inhalation per
forms a euro in tho thin! stace of consump
tion in every stage was invariably fatet;
aud it does seom the very height of infat
uation for a consumptive to put himsolf in
the hands of a physician who confesses
before he begins to prescribe that ho can
not cure tho disoaso. Is it not nioro in
accordance with common sense that the
patient should shun such a Jack Ketch,
and place himself undor tho caro of ono
who employs a treatment that cures tho
malady? The old treatment promises noth
ing but death. Iuhalation is daily work
ing iu cures, which under tho old treat
ment could not havo been mado. Of tho
truth of this I give ample oroof in the
second part of this work. It is sad to see
the young, tho lovely, and tho gifted hur
ried to the grave by consumption, when so
many might be saved by a timely resort to
treatment by inhalation. Tho other modes
of treatment fail; no wonder the public
mind entertains a deep rooted belief that
consumption is incurable. Let us in con
trast briefly consider somo of tao old
methods of treating consumption with
Bleeding was a popular practico forty
years ago, ou the hypothesis that "con
sumption was an inflammation of the lung
structure." Upon thiB erroneous supposi
tion, crowds of victims have been hurried
to the grave, secundum artem, by bleeding,
- . .
leeching, and cupping; but no reputablo
4,,.;.;.. l.l, . n
physician bleeds, uow. Consumption beinu
essentially a disease of debility that so far
Irom lowering the powers of the system by
abstracting blood, we should build up its
strength by all the means at our com
What shall I say of the cruel practico of
giving emetics? This mode of treatment
is ouly calculated to eihaust the strength
of patients, and destroy tho tone of the
stomach, while it exercises no curative
power over the lungs. Happily for tho
sufferers, it iu now becoming almost obso
lete. Mercury was at one timo greatly in
fushion, but this treatment has changed,
not onjy because it did no good, but posi
tive harm. It is tho opinion of many that
salvation by calomel brings on consump
tion iu those who never would have been
attacked if this destructive poison had not
beenusod. Happily tho conviction has be
come impressed on tho minds of the pro
fession that it is injurious, and few physi
cians now prescribe it, except stealthily, as
an experiment, not from any faith they
have in its efficacy. After killing its thou
sands, let us hopo its use has been aban-
Touics. In opposition to those who cm-
ploy bluedingj wo have physicians who
rrguzii consumption as a disease or debil
ity, ami rely on tonics. But views aro
orthodox, but which is right? It is an
axiom in practice, that tonics are Useless
in organic disoasos, and aggravate tho dis
order. Tonics have no power to causo
absorption or removo tubercles from the
lungs, and consequently tho tonic doctors
have not been ablo to sustain their posi
tion any bettor thun the othors.
Digitalis and Iodino have had thoir davs.
and very flourishing days they were, but
now, alas! they are consigned with ignom
iny to tho tomb of tho Capulets by the
most learned of tho profession.
CounUir-irrittttion means Boros on tho
surt'ttco of the body, with tho thought of
removing tho disoaso from tho lungs. With
this viow poor consumptives have had
their chests scared with hot irons, covered
with tartar oiuotio pustules, tortured with
fly blisters, mustard drafts, and other
modes of effecting tho covotod object.
Sensible physicians now allow that coun
ter irritation hns no effect iu causing the
absorption or removal of tubercles; there
fore, it does no good. But it does posi
tivo harm. We know it produces favor
and night sweats. Now, if ulcers in the
lungs cauw irritative fever, it is only in
creasing the excitement by establishing a
large, running sore on the outside of tho
chest, to keep company with those that are
in. This cruel and unphilosophical treat
ment is gradually going out of use.
Cod Liver Oil. This treat ouack tnedi.
( . k c
duo, this panacea is a godsend to stupid
physicians, who hsvo no trouble in v pro
scribing whilo it is in voguo. "Doctor, I
hava a bad cough." "Oh, your lungs are
weak; take Cod Livor, Oil." Let us re
joice that this physic made easy has gono
ii.t f tin
uui in immion. v no aoes not recollect tho
gallons that wero swallowod a few years
ago, but now how little? It is of no use
unless there is wasting of the bady. I is
not medicine, but food; and,, like osma
zome, prevents tho wasting of tho tissues.
Sweet cream will do the same with more
Chango of Climate. That cheval de ba-'
taille, that convenient way of trettinxr rid of
dying patients, has received its coup do
grace from recent writers on the subject,
and now no longer commands the faith of
conscientious medical men, olthough
many still keep up the cruel force of send
ing the sick away from homo in search of
that health and comfort which they novcr
can find in the house of the stranger.
The first Number of the Siity-flfth Vol
ume of Harper's Magazine fully sustains
the well-earned reputation of that period
ical both by the interestof its rfdino- mat.
trr and the charm of its illustrations. The
Number contains three good short stories:
"An Edelweiss of the Sierras," by Con
stance Gary Harrison; "Mrs. Wintorrowd's
Musicale," by Georgo Parsons Lathrop; and
"KinL' William and hi A
ous Georgia sketch, by Richard M. John-
Bum. au. wuiiam lilack's new novel,
"Shandon Bulls," begun in the MayNum-
uer, is conunueu, ana promises to be one
of that author's best stories. The Editori
al Departments are, as always, full of time
ly and interesting matter. Harper's Ba
zaar" lso keeps up its high reputation as
leader of that class of periodicals.
The officers and Sir Knights of Cairo
Couimandery, No. 13, K. T., held a reunion
on Tuesday May 9, at which were present
about 1. 50 Templars. The entertainmont
was ono worthy of the distinguished mem
bers of the order who had it in charge,
amoug whom wore R. E. Sir P. W. Bar
clay, P. Grand Com.; and E. Sir C. W.
Dunning, Grand Senior Warden of the
Grand t'ommandery of Illinois. A largo
number from neitrhborinfr r.itie in T.nn.
see and Kentucky were present. Notably
among them was Colonel Chester, of Jack
son, Tenn., w ho has been a member of the
Masonic traternity tor siity-six years, and
is now an elecant specimen of the oldtimo
Templars. The work was well clone, and
too banquet was really magniflceut.
delegation from Chicago conaUtflrl nf Ti V.
u'uuu, dunn is. onuiD, ana ineo.
T. Gurney, also, Km. Sirs John II. Witbeck,
fill W H.rn.r,l V T n ... . .. 1 ail
iti T. T f ., T I . ci :.l . l
... ... .,.iutiM, uaneiie,
KnidltS n. C. TiffMnr anil .TAwntt Wiln
The penchant of one of tho above for pigs'
feet and onions was amply gratified at the
banquet in seventeen differont courses of
A cyclone, a large fire, and a boat-rido
down tho river were among the many en
tertainments furnished for tho amusement
of the guests during their star on Wednes
day. Certainly no couimandery could have
douo better, and all wero unanimous In
their praise of tho Temnlara of Cairo.
Says a scientific paper: Experiments
show that tho new chromo lenthor tho
result of tho new tanning process by bl
chromato of potash tixooods in tonsile
Ktrengtu tho bark-tanned article; also, '
thtit nfter it hnrf got undor tho noi'PRsarv
ntress, it still retains an ' extraordinary
amount of elasticity, which is availablo
for tightening machinery bolting onpul
lrys. As illustrating thiestatoniont, tho
fact is shown that a pioce of chromo
leather boro an ultimate stress of 8,297
pound.4 per square inch, whilo a pioce of
Lurk leather only bore an ultimate stress
of 2,072 iKHinda per square iffch thid
example proving the samples of chrome
tanned leather to bo stronger than the
bark-tailncd by some fifteen per cent.
A Prickly Pear, Montana, farmer has
a pointer dog with dissipated habits,
contracted from too intimate association
with his former owner. With an other
wise correct character, this dog is given
to pipe-smoking, tobacco-chewing and
whisky drinking, in all of which habiU'
he is known to indulgo whenover he
comes to tho capital. In tho Ilelenasa
loons ho is recognized on sight, and
ftiLSSPa III), li l f)i, nirn nt "Ilia Itn.t
log," from the circumstance of having
been raised and educated in tho Summit
Women are everywhere using and
recommending Parker's Ginger Tonic, be
cause they havo learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency, ,
indigestion pain or weakness in the back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
tho sex. Homo Journal.' Sep adv.
iTn,iv.l Aon!,,.:, Ti;.,,..rt
v. nivi m. fig, uiu. i, iiseue.
If you tli'ud yourself getting bilious heod
heavy, mouth foul, eyes yellow, kidneys
disordered, symptoms of piles tormenting ,
you, take at onco a fow doses of Kidney-
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it as an advance guard don't wait to get
down sick. See largo advertisement.
To all who are suffering from tho errors
afld indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood. &c- I
will -Bend a recino that will cum vm, iv..A
of charge. This great remedy was discov
ered by" a missionary in South America.
Send a self addressed envelope to tho Rev.
josepu t. inman, station D, New York
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of all oilier preparations or riimlicm&.' In
cases of nausea, hoadacho, dizziness or ir
regularities of tho system, Burdock Blood
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