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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 10, 1882.
Mhyor N.H. Thistlewood
TrMUHumr T. J. Kiirtli.
Cleric- Dennis. J, Koley.
Mumhal L. II. Meyers,
BOABD Of ALUBBJIIlt.
firm Ward-Win. McHals.T. M Klmbrough.
li.roud Ward-Jesse lliiiklo, 0. N. Hughes.
Tnirrt Ward b. P. lilalto, John Wood.
Fourth Ward-Cbarlea O. Patlcr, Adolph Bwo-
ki;!fth Ward-T. W. HaUlday, Ernsst b. Pettit
(Mrcllt Judge !.. I. linker.
Clrniit Clerk A. 11. Irvin.
Comity JndRo-K. H Yocuin.,
Cotiutv t'lurn S. J. Iliimm.
County Attorney J . M. Damron.
County Treasurer Mllus V . 1
Mierlu John llodge..
Coroner-K. Fltsgorald , .
County Commissloner.-T. W. Ilalllday. J. A.
Glbbs and l'eler Saup.
GUKD BAPTIST. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
s r.Vt"; preachln Sr-l and third Hnnday. In
.:h month. 11 . ? LT7m
IimCH OP TUB KKDKBMKR-CEplscopal)
C F. "rteentn street; Sunday .";, .""
pXchnrlt: :) a. m , Sunday school ; II Ola.rn.,
M.Tulr.K Pr.vers; 7:31 P. m.. Evening Prayers. Y.
p. Oavtn port, S.T. B. Hector.
rilfrT MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHaitCU
,v...th school at 7:80 p. m Hev. T. J. Shores,
11 TlifcHAM Thirteenth street; .ervlues Hab
j lu'li 1 3" a. m.; Sunday .cboollp. m. Key.
Mnil"!HST-Cor. Kltehil and Walnut stroeta,
tM.nl.v blUooI at AW P- m. Uev. J. A. hcsrrell,
r k-' It YTEKI AN Eighth street; preaching on
Isi.a.n at 11.00 a. m.and 7 :' p. m.; prayer
i....itni w".l.,esdy at T:)p-m : Handay tichol
at 8 P.m. Kev b.Y.Oeorge, pastor.
CT. JOSEPH'!-Human Catholic) Ccwner Cwm
b a:. l Walnut struts; Services Sabbath 10 .SO
c, ; Sunday School at p. in.; espera 3 p. m..t-
evl-o'day at S a. m. Key. O llara. Priest.
CT l' ri(l'!i H-Koman Catholic) Comer Ninth
O sW-i ar.d Washington avcnus 6r71ef ?rj
B. h i and lit a. m. i Vein I p. i 0.ndM8Jrh
t p. m. acivlcu every day at a m. R- MlU;rsoll
K. li. TIME CARD AT CAlIiO.
ILLINOIS CKNTKALK. K.
ini d4tloQ.ll MO a m
Kiorea 11:10 a. m
Acciimdation :"5 pm
MIS CKNTHAL K. K.
.... lo.a m
L.C. K. K
.. . M:-iTi .m I
(Narrow Uaase )
Ripr P ro
Accom datolu U:0J p ni
A S. It. K
KiprM' :W P m
tAccom'dsllon. 11:45 am
Af toinMail'in. 1 .i p.m I
hT L . I M
Eiiri' 11 ::Kp m I
Accmu ut'n. :iiip m
.... vp i nr w PACIFIC ICY CO.
V!! A k if a'uii vm I Mall rf.... V'.l p ro
liaily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO K. K
Xi.V a.m. I Mill 7: p.m
I ...... t L it m
xrii. j:ji a.m. t,yx:r --.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv L.ino llunnih
o DAILY TRAINS
O irrom Cairo,
Making Dikkct Connkction
Tiuini Lt Caiwi:
;j:lfi ii m. Mull.
Arrlvtiiatn St. Louin I4S a.m. ; Cblcano,H:30 p.m.
. C'uimo'tinit at Odin and KlMnghain for CIncin
tail, Loulavtllo. luillatiapoln aud point. Kaet.
ft.tn. Ht. Ijoi1h end Wwiturn
1U x ir.
fcrrlvltiR in St. Loul.7:05p. m., aud connuctlng
for all points WeKt.
4;titJ p.m. P'tmt Kxiirwia.
rorSt. LonU and Chicago, arriving at Ht. Louis
10:4) p.m., and Chicago 7 :' a m
-i::j() p m.Cinoinniiti Kiprws.
Arriving at Cincinnati T:C a.m.; Uuisrllle 7:20
a m.; IndlaiP ", Vut-iX
till trulu reach the above point. 1 J w JU
HOl'ltS In advance of any other rout.
lyr-Tlie 4:J0 p. m. expreM ha. PULLMAN
as 1 1 KKPINOCAU Cairo to Clnclnnatt, without
chivngea. and throtifih sleepers to St. Louis and
Fast Time East.
! . r. .r.. ,.niu V this lino go through to Kant.
X HSSeilCrS ,.fn polut. without any delay
morning at 1U::1S. Thlrty sU hoursln advaucsol
ny othnr route, ... , , ,i .
V-For through ticket, and further Information,
aimlTat Illlnol. Ceutral Hnllroad lKipot, Cairo.
JAs. JOUNSON, J. 11. JONES,
(len. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II. HANSON, Oen. PaM. Agent. Chicago
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS HUN A8 FOLLOWS.
Express and Mall lonve. Cairo, every day except
BunUay, ut W.'S a. m. Arrives 4:Hh p. m.
Acconimoimuon arnvva m u. i" "
purls at 1 : p.m. .
EOUGB II. LEACH, M. D.
phvsu;ian and Surgeon,
Knoctii! attention paid to tho Homeopathic trsat
meiit of surglcul tllteuees.aud diseases of womnu
"'oHcot'Ou Mlb stfiot, oppor-lto tho Posl OfQcu,
J)R W. C. JOCKLYN,
OFFICE-Klghtb Htroot, nearOomrercll Avenon
jyi E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Dental Surgeon. (
OrfU'i-No. 136 Commorclal Avenue, bstwsen
Kghth aud Miutb Streets .
JOHN SPROAT, ,
PROPRIETOR OF 8PR0AT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEII
r 4 cked tor smrriNO
Oar Loads a Speeialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth strset) pfl jn Til
Commercial Avenne I L'ttll U, J 11.
A New and Complete IlMel, fronting on Levee
Second aud lUilroad Streets,
Tb Pas.enger 1) pot of the CIiIchlm. St. Louis
an' ew Orlenns: Illinois Central; VVabafh. St.
I-nulx .nd l'arlllc; Iiou Mountain and S-)o:bi'ru,
Mobile and Ohio: Cairi and iM. Loin. Kntiway.
are all Jut arro the street: while the Steamboat
Laudiui! is liut one square distant.
Thin Hotel Is heated by steam, hn fteam
Laundry. Jlydrstnlc Elevator, Electric Cull IM'.t.
Automatic Kire-Alarms, listhi. ali.nlutely pure Lir,
perfect sewerage and uimplrte appolutiuente.
UIlert) luriiisainK; perfect .ervice; annanun
It. V. PAUKKll to CO..IK0i
O O A. L
ID Stoves ID
No. 27 J) 8th St.
S Tinware. S
Q W. WHEELER, .
Summer Wood and Kiiidliiur
conit&utly oo band
At Seventy-five cents per load.
S t a v o T r i m m i n tr m
At one dollar per load.
Thu "trlmmlng"are eoarss shavings and make
me Dim summer wooa lor eotiKing purposes as wen
as the cheapen aver sold In Cairo. For black
smith's use Innettlna tire., thoy are unequalled
Lemyuor orders i tho TsnUiitruot wood yard
Stillman's ELIXIR of LIFE
A purely Vegetable Blood Purifier, and guaran
teed to curt D.r cn.c. in lmt, or money ru funded.
Tho al)ove reward will do paid for a remedy which
will cure as many case of Malaria, Fever and Ague,
Uyspepoia, HheumatlHin, Catarrh, Liver and Kid
ney IJI.eiiHes. iAViiu bottles told on ltn merits,
without advertising, In ereu years. If bilious,
langnld, and your ambition I. gone, life I. gloomy.
Trv one bottle. It will convince yon of its superi
ority over any other remedy. If you havo any Hu
mors of the Skin or blood, from whntever cause,
this Elixir will cure It when all other remedies
have failed. Ask your druggist for It. Price $1
and l. A i dollar boitle sent by express pre
paid. MTd by A. L. BTILLMAN & CO., Now
York Circulars free. II. C. WILLAIU), Gun'l
Agent U. H. aud Canada, Troy, N. Y.
''HE REGULAR CAIHO AND
1IENKY E. TAYLOR n Master
GEO. J0BES Clerk
Lavea Paducah for Cairo daliy (Sundays except
dj at 8 a.m. and Mound Cily at I p ni. Keturn
n a, L aves Cairo at4 p. m. Mound. City at 5p. m.
THE A. R. SA FIORD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Mound C'ty Cap
tain Audle Owen
Leayen Cairo ... 7:50 A. M.
Mund City 9:'S0 " "
" Cairo 12 Noon
" Mound City 1:30 P. M.
" Cairo .4:S0 ' "
" Mound City 6 " "
Steamer Sllverthorn; 117 feet length; 28 loot
beam; 4 font hold : 4 engines; 2 cylinders; li inches
diameter; 4 foot utroiie; i boilers, 40 Inches diame
ter. Is reel long. The boat and machinery is in ex-ci-lltiit
repair, and in good running order; shu hs
full cabin and Is or.e of the best light draught
boats on tbe river, i'ot terms apply to, or address
W . .1 . Turner, master, at Hickman, Kentucky; or
W . K. Lambdlu, river editor of Daily Bulletin,
f EBB Y BOAT
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 1 STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, June 7th, and on til further
notice the fenybot wtll make trips as follows:
MlVCS LliVXS LI4TOI
Poot Fourth St. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld (.
8:00 a. m. 8:30 a.m. 8 a.m.
lO.OCia. m. 10:30a.m. 11a.m.
3:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
4:0 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
3 p.m. 2:30 p.m. I p.m
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FI.0UB. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hichest Cash Price Paid for "Wheat.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
K. ItKOSS. President. I P. NEKF, VlccPres'nt
II. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kortu, Ass't cash
P. Bros. m Cn'ro I William Klut.' .Cairo
Peter Neir " William Wol?.... "
C. M tisterloh " I C. O. Patior "
E. A. Uudur " 1 11. Wells
J. Y. Clumson, Caledouift.
A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid In
tbe Savings Department, Collections wade and
all business promptly attended to.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Culro. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: business
THOa. W. HALLIDAY.
JNTKUPIUSK HAVING BANK'. "
Of Cairo, ,
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
T1I03. W. HALLIDAY,
' ' TreasurciY
W. F. Lamuui!!, river editor of fin Kulltim
and steamboat passeuger agent, Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. OlDco
ut Plfttitors Hotel, No. r,l Ohio lovoe.
STAGES OF TUK ItlVEH.
Tho river marked by tho gnugo last even
ing at thin poiut at nix p.m., 41 feet
8 inches ami rising.
Pittsburg, May 186 p.m. River 7 feet
9 inches and falling
Cincinnati, May 180 p.m. 44 feet ft
inches and falling.
Louisville, May 186 p.m. River 10
feet 6 inches and risinti .
Nashville, May 180 p.m. River 14 feet
4 inch aud stationary.
tit. Louis, My 18-6 p.m. River 23 fuct
8 inches and falling.
The people's favorite camo down the Ohio
yesterday at a rapid gate and lundud at tho
Halliday packet wharfboat. She was
rather late in consequence of a big business
trip, but left on tiuio for Paduah. Cupt
II. E.Taylor commands tho craft and her
name is Gus Fowler.
Henry Cassiday, one of the popular
clerks of tho C. W. Anderson, stopd off
yesterday to tranbact some busiif.HB for her,
whilst sho was making her trip after corn
in the Mississippi yesterday.
Kit Heslep, an old steamboat pilot of
ante bellumays, was a passenger on the
Fanui'j Tatum yesterday. He stopped off
here to sec Rome of his "brother chips."
Clay Warden, from Paducah, a well
known steamboat engineer of that city who
has been making Cairo his headquarters for
some time past, is at homo with his family
at present, but will be here in a few days,
open to play a star engagement. Clay is
an experienced and reliable engineer.
McBride is ono of the pilots of tho trans fer
steamer Butler Duncan, and he's a
good one, too.
Tho John B. Maude from St. Louis arriv
ed last evenina at 0 :20 for Memphis. She
had a good trip; departed at 9 p. m.
Capt. J. H. Fowlur and M.r. Josh Cobb,
superintendent of the Paducah and Cairo
packet company, were passengers on the
Gus Fowler yesterday.
The "City of Baton Rouge fur Now Or
leans left St. Louis with a large freight
trio and arrived hero last night. The
Raton Roguo is said to be the "wheel-
horse" of the Anchor lino. Sho left during
tho night with all tho freight sho wanted.
Mr.B. II. Hust, familiarly known as
'Jolly Tabe tho Joker," is in the city, this
being one of his favorite stands on his reg
ular Commercial tour. Of course, he will
sell some goods.
The Fannie Tatum arrived last evening
at 4 o'clock. Sho had a splendid trip and
left for St. Louis with her guards nearly
dragging thu water. Capt. Conway is do
ing a first class business with his boat, as
ho has worked so hard to huild up a trade
between St. Louis and Paducah. He fully
merits all that can be given him.
The Thomas Sherlock did not leave for
New Orleans until yesterday morning at 1 1
o'clock. CapU Nicholls iully expocted to
leave at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening, but
succeeded in securing sufficient freight to
letaii her until yesterday.
Tho weather yesterday was decidedly re
spectable and had tho appearance of spring,
but business was terribly dull all over tho
city aid notably so on tho leveo.
Tho Ohio is still rising, but wo think it
has about reached tho highest poiut this
Capt. Jim Browne, river editor of tho
Evening News at Paducah, weut homo on
tho Baum yesterday.
Tho httlo Metropolis und luduh pack
et May B., which has been running reg
ular for several years in that trade, was
sold to some parties who will take her
south and use her as an advance boat for
tho advertising agent of somo show coin-
The principal cause for tho dull times and
scarcity of traveling people visiting Cairo
may surely bo attributed to tht ridiculous
exaggerated stories of tho prevalcnco of
smallpox in Cairo. There are many strati
gers who absolutely believe that the small
pox is in epidemic form here. When thuro
is not a single coso of tho diseaso in au
aggravated stago, thoro are possibly ton or
twelve cases of varioloid that is very slight
and not at all dangerous.
The C. W. Anderson from Nashville ar
rivod Wednesday night at lft o'clock. Site
discharged about 150 tons of pig iron, and
wont to Commercial point, on the upper
Mississippi river, whore sho received 2.C0O
sacks of corn for B. 8. Rhea, & Son, of
Nashville. Sbe roturned laBt ovening and
leftfc Paducah and the Cumberland with
a good trif.
The Vint Shiuklo is duo for Memphis
The Taris C. Brown from Cincinnati is
duo for New Orleans Saturday evening or
The U. P. Bchenck from Now Orleans
wiil land hero early Saturday morning on
her way to Cincinnati.
Tho W. P. llalliday from New Orleans
arrived at 1 :30 o'clock last evoning. Sho
was very light, and camo into port equal
to a blooded racer on the homo stretch.
Her business here only detained her a short
time after which she left for St. Louis.
DR. WOLFE'S COMMON SENSE.
LETTER NO. XIII.
OLD METHODS 09 Tit EAT I NQ CONSUMPTION,
Having pointed out tho manner of cur
bs tho first and second stages of consump
tion, I shall do the same in regard to the
third. In this statro masses of vellow
tuberclo bronk down and are expectorated,
carrying with them lung tissue, leaving
cavities secreting matter, accompanied by
severe constitutional disturbance, such as
hectic fever, drenching nightsweats,
We now employ vapors tht will stimu
late tho ulcerated surface to secrete gran
ulated matter instead of pus. The sides
of the cavity now become either glued to
gether lined with a psoudo-mucus mem-
jraue. This is tho way inhalation per
forms a cure in tho third stage of consump
tion in every stago was invariably fatel;
and it does seem tho very height of infat
uation for a consumptive to put himself in
the hands of a physician who confesses
before he begins to prescribe that ho can
not cure tho disease. Is it not more in
accordance with common sense that tho
patient should shun such a Jack Ketch,
und placo himself under tho care of ono
who employs a treatment that cures tho
malady ? The old treatment promises noth
ing but death. Inhalation is daily work
ing iu cures, which un'der the old treat
ment could not have been uvi.de. Of the
truth of this I givo, ample proof 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. The other modes
of treatment fail no wonder tho public
mind entertains a deep-rooted belief that
consumption is incurable. Let us in con
trast briefly consider some old methods of
treating consumption with the new.
Bleeding was a popular practice forty
years ago, on tno hyDothesis that con
sumption was an incarnation of the lumj
structure. Upon this eroneous supposition,
crowds of victims have been hurried to tho
grave, secundum artem, by bleeding, leech
ing, and cupping; but no reputable phy
sician bleeds now. Consumption being es
sentially a disease of debility, it requires
very little reason to pereeivo that so far
from lowering tho powers of the system by
abstracting blood, wn should build up its
strength by all the means at our command.
What shall I say of the cruel practice of
giving emetics? This mode of treatment
is only calculated to exhaust tho strength
of patients, aud destroy tho touo of the
Btoiinch, while it exercises no curative
power over the- lungs. Happily for tho
suffcrere, it is now becoming almost obso
lete. Mercury was at ono timo greatly in fash
ion, but this treatment has changed, not
onlv necauso it did no gooti, out positive
harm. It is tho opinion of many that sal
vation in those who never would have been
attacked if this destructive poison had not
been used. Happily tho conviction has
becomo impressed upon tho minds of tho
profession that it is injurious, aud few phy
sicians now prescribe it, except stealthily,
as an experiment, not from any faith they
have in its efficacy. After killiug its thou
sands, let us lmpo its use has been aban
Tonics. In opposition to those who em
ploy blooding, Vru have physicians who re
gard consumption as a diseaso of debility,
and rely on tonics. Both views aro ortho
dox, but which is right! It is an axiom
in organic diseases, and aggravate the dis
order. Tonics have no power to cause ab
sorption or romovo tubercles from the lungs,
and consequently the tonio doctors have not
been able to sustain their position any bet
ter than tho others.
Digitalis and Iodino have had their days,
and very flourishing days they were, but
now alas! they aro consigned with ignomi
ny to the tomb of tho Capulots by the most
learned of tho profession.
Counter-Irritation moaas sores on tho sur
face of tho body, with tho thought of remov
ing tho disouso from the lungs. ' With this
view poor consumptives have had their
chests soared with hot irons, tovered with
tartar emotic puBtulos, tortured with fly
blisters, mustard drafts, and other modes of
effecting tho coveted objoct.' Sensible phys
icians now llow that counter-irritation has
no effect in causing the absorption or remov
al of tubercles; therefore, it does no good.
But it does positive harm. We know it
produces fever nd night-sweats. Now, If
ulcers in the lungs cause irritative fever, it
is nnly increasing tho excitement by estab- '
lishing a large, running sore on the outside .
of the chest, to keep company with those
that arc in. This cruel and unphilosophic
al treatment is gradually going out ot use.
Cod Liver Oil.- This great quack medi
cine, this panacea is a godsend to stupid
physicians, who havo no troublo io pre
scribing while it is in vogue. ; "Doctor, J
have a bad cough." "Oh, your lunga are
weak; take Cod Liver Oil." Let us ro
joico that this physic made easy has gone .
out of fashion. Who doe9 not recollect the
gallons that were swallowed a few years
ago, but now how little? It is of no use '
unless there is wasting of tho bady. It is'
not medicine, but food; and, hko osma
zomo, prevents tho wasting of tho tissues. .
Sweet cream will do the same with more
Chaugo of Climate. That cheval do ba
taille, that convenient way of getting rid of
dying patients, has received its coup de
grace from recent writers on tho subject, .
and now uo longer commands the faith of
conscientious medical men, although
many still keep up tho cruel force of send
ing the sick away from home in search of
that health and comfort which they never
an flud in the house of the stranger.
N. B. Wolfe, M. D.
146 Smith St., Cincinnat. 0.
Dr. Wolf may be consulted by letter freo
of.charci), by any ono Buffering with dis
ease of the uose, throat or lungs. Address
as above. Office consultation free.
He Eegarded His Freedom as a Failure,
"I ain't got enough sonso ter vote at
a ward election," remarked old Isom
"Why?" asked a bystander.
"Yer sec, a nigger what keeps a bacon
storw ut de udder end ob town give fifty
cents premium on a silver dollar 'made
last year. 1 ttik a dollar wid do correck
date, an', going ter do store, handed it
ter him, an' tole him tor gin mo da
premium. He looked at de dollar, hand
ed mo lifty eonta, an' drapped it in do
draw'. I ttik do fifty cents an' conio on
up town. 1 hab jist diskivorud dat l'se
out fifty eenU. I repeats dat I ain't got
sense enough ter votfl, nn' d Ncwnited
States can hab my freedom back at any
timo tie Secretary ob War will notify
nio ob dat fack." LUtle Hock Gazelle
If women will paint, why will they do
it in a manner that would disgrace a
houso and sign painter? Women who
paint uro nubject to a certain form of
color-blindness. Tho eye bocomes de
moralized they think they aro giving
themselves a tingo of color when they
are reddening themselves t tho huo of
peonies. Tho woman who paints resigns
tho privilogo of blushing. Washington
lost. ' ' "-j
An Intelligent Horse.
A gentleman owned a horse which
was very fond of him, and would como
from tho pasture at tho sound of his voice
and follow him about liko a dog. At one
timo tho horso became lanio, and was
obliged to stay in his stable and not bo
used for many weeks. During this time,
nn old cat made her nest upon tho scaf
fold just above tho horse's manger, and
placed there her little family of live kit
tens, Sho and the horso got on nicely
for somo days. Sho jumped down into
his manger and went off for food, and
then camo back and leaped up to her
kittens again. But ono morning sho
rolled off into the manger with her foot
bleeding and badly hurt, no that sho
could scarcely crawl; but sho managed
to leap away on three feet and go her
breakfast. But when sho camo back
sho was entiivly uuablo to get to her
kittens; and what do yon think sho did?
Sho lay down at tho horse's feet, and
mewed and looked up several times, till,
at last, pony, seeming to understand her
wants, reached down, took tho cat in
his teeth, and tossed her up on tho scaf
fold to her kittens, who, 1 doubt not,
were glad enough to see her. This wiw
repealed morning after morning. Kit
would roll off into tho manger, go out
and got her breakfast, como back, and
bo tossed up to her family by tho kind
horse, who must havo understood cat
language, aud been willing to listen to
it HestV-ni Christian Advocate
Women aro everywhere using and
reouimonditig Parker's Ginger Tonic, be
cause they have learned from experience
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
iudigestiou pain or weakness in tho back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
tho sex. Home Journal. Soo adv.
"Pour on Oil."
L. P. Follott, Marioii, 0., states that he
has used Thomas' Eelectric Oil for burns,
and bus found nothing to equal it in sooth
ing tho pain and giving relief. Paul 0.
Mrs. Wallace, Buffalo, N. Y., writes: "I
havo used Burdock Blood Bitters for nerv
ous and bilious headaches, and havo rec
ommended them to my friends; I believe
thorn superior to any otter medicine I have
used, and can recommend thorn to any ono
requiring a euro for biliousness." Price
11.00. Paul G. Paul, Aent.
Guard Against Disease.
If you Hind yourself getting bilious hoad
hoavy, mouth foul, eyes yullow, kidneys
disordered, symptoms of pllg tormenting
you, take at once a few doses of Kidney
Wort. It is nature's great insist ant. Use
it as an advance ituard don't wait to get
down sick. Soo large advertisement.