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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 25. 1882.
Uyor-N. II. Thiitlewood.
Troaiurer T J. Krth.
Clerk DeuiilB. J, Poley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
Marshal L. II. Meyer.,
BOHU or iLDBHMM.
First Ward-Wm.MclIalo.T. M . Klrubrougb.
Socond W.rd-Jefso lltukle, C. N. Hughe.
Third Ward-B. F, Ulake, John Wood.
Fourth Ward Cbarlo 0. Fatler, Adolph Bwo-
k Fifth Ward-T. W. UaUlday, Brot B. Pettit.
Circuit .Tudi! I). J. Bilker.
Circuit Clerk A. II. Irvln.
County Judsu-K. S Yoctim.
Comity Clerk-S. J. Humm.
County Attorney J. M. Damron.
County Treasurer-Mile W. Parker.
Sherltf John Hodge.
Coroncr-K. KltiZDrMd. .
CoatyCommlMlonor T. W. HllldT, J- A.
Glbb and Poter Kaup.
CAIRO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
.reels; preacblnj first and third Sunday. In
encn month. U a. m. and P- m. iP'V" I"8"1"
. 7 : p. m. ; SuntTay W
rrHCKCll OF TUB KBDBEMBrMli'l;0P,)
C " onrt,enth tr,t ; nnd 7 m;. ""'X
Kncharut: k : ., 'wh1,",JV
Morulnn Prayers; :W B. m., Evening Prayer, F.
p. Davenport, 8. T. 1). Hector.
INKST M1SSI0NAKY BAPTIST CHTOCUj
T Preaching at 10:30 m-, J p. m.. and M.
abbath echool at 7 80 p. m Key. T. J. Shore.,
I CTK KHAN Thirteenth .treet ; service Sab
I J bath t:3 a. m.; Sunday choolp. m. Rev.
KTHOIHST-Cor. Eighth and WaJni i
Prcachlni! Sabbath U:W a. m. and 7:50 p. m.
Preaching Sabbath U :W a. m. and 7 :S0 P- ta.
huuday School at a:wp. m. llev. J. A. ncatvw,
1 HvsllTTnKKN-EIhth treet; proachln: oo
P iabhal h at ll m. d 7 :) p. m : P"T
D,B;tU vdnc(day at 7:Wp.m.; Sunday Set
it II i n rn. Kt B. V. Oor. pastor.
tT. JO" KPII'Si Human Catholic) Corner ' Cijm
b and Walnut street.: servlc. ttabbath 10.30a.
; Huod.y School at i p. m. ; J P -. .
r.cJ-sevcrj day t m- KeT.Ollara, Priest.
CT PATRICK'S- Kornan Catholic) Corner Ninth
b .'real and Washington arena;
nth and H m. ; Vesper I p. m. ; Sunday School
I ? p. m- .rle?i every di, at V m. Be- Maitenon
II. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
Kiurei" 11 m
AccomdatloB..4:tt p m
ttU'ru. 4: m
. t -.WTIItf.U H
:. m I tM.ll...: 5:mp.m
.... W:16amtEx;iri'a U:.iam
L. A 0. K. K. (Nrrow Oauj-c )
ST L . I.M
llrrnm llBtlitn. :.1ID.IT
Kinr' ' ' t" "1
Accom'datoln MM p m
A 8. K K
,Uurt:m f.W a m
tAccom'datlou U:5 a m
WABASH. ST. LOl. IS " " V'n m
HallJtKi.... 45vni I'Mall Kx.... :A P m
Pally xcpt Sunday, t U.lly.
MOBILE OHIO K. It
M.I1 ,6:05. . IM.il :?";
Exprt.ua 6:oi a.m. I hxpreei P-t"-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
-wpv itw tyi t juc
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Lino Runuint;
q DAILY TRAINS
O irroin Cairo,
Making Dirkot Connkcwon
Train Lii Caibo:
H:10 u m. MHil,
Arrlvlnii In 8t. Loulat 45 a.m.: Chicago. B;3nt.m.j
Connctin at Odin and Kfflncham for Cincin
nati, Loutavllle. Indi.H.poli and polnta Bact.
11:1U ii.m. Ht. Iotiin and Western
Arrlvlntf In St. Loal7;05p. m., .nd connecting
for all point Wuet.
4:iiO p.m. KiMit Kxprew.
lor St. Louis and Chicago, nrrlvmn at St. Loul
10:40 p.m., .nd Chicago 7: . m.
i .. . ,r. f Mnolnnjitl Kiprwu,
Arrivlua at Cincinnati 7:00 a.m.; Lomavllle 7:20
am: Iiullauapull. 4:00 ..m. PaawnKur by
,m. train reach the above polnta 1 J to Jtl
IIOUKS In advance of any other route.
tTbot:J0 p. m. exproM h.i PULLMAN
hLKKl'INdCAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
cb.nKci", and throutib lceper to bt. Lonl and
I.-nt- Timn Tast.
D i,rtnioi.u by thin lino irothrotinh to Et.
rilSSClll'CTS vro point without any delay
taurea nv Bunu.j iw 3, ' , ldw
tic on train itou vf" " .
mornln at 10:35. Thlrty ilx hour In advanceof
iW-Kor thronish tlckol nd further Information,
j AS. JOHNSON, J. 11. JONK8,
n . Honthvrn A gent. Ticket Agent
A.J1. HANSON. (Ion. Pw. Agont. Chlc.ito
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. R.
TRAIN'S RUN A3 FOLLOWS.
Kxnrcmaiitt Mr,) liivi0alro,pvfry day except
........ A ..I .. aAtr. n m
Accommodation Brrlvo.tttll!M p. m. and du
part at 1 : p. m.
.EOKGE II. LEACH, M. D.
I'hvsician and Surccon.
men of mrtftcttl dlncu.ee, and dlBcano ot woman
&7)mce(lr0ulltritr:ot, oppoilto tho PodOfflcu,
Jlt. W. C. J0CBLYN,
oynCB-ElKhtli Street, noar Comrorclal Avenoe
jyll K. W. WHITL0CK,
Dental Surgo .
Urnoa-No. 138 CommorcUl AmM iMtWMB
Jtahth and Ninth Htneu
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
PACKED FOR 8HIPPIN0
Oar Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyeo,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK QITY.
(iOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI Eli & CO.,
Co. Nineteenth tret PnJrn Til
Commercial Avunnel 111.
THE II A I.LI DAY.
A New and Complete IlotW, frontlnn on Levee
he con Q ana KaUroad Btreets,
Tb Panfenccr D-pot of the Chlrano, St. Lntil
an' ew OrlrariK: Illlnoi Ceatral; Vfabah. St.
I.onl and I'aclnc; Iron Mountain and SoDthem,
Mubllxand Ohio; Calm and St. Lout Kanw.v
are all just acruM the atreet; while tho Steamboat
LaiifliiiK tint one tquare distant.
This Ilotol I. hosted by steam, bn .team
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Cull Hells.
Automatic Plre-Alarma. Bath, absolutely pure air,
pertect oewer.e ana complete appointment.
Superb furnishing; perfect .ervlce; and an un
1. V. PA.KKKK Ac CC)..IJBt
s g 5
O O .A. L
13 Stoves 13
No. 27 Uth St.
S Tinware. S
( W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
eonitantjy on band
At Seveuty-flve ccuts per load.
Btavo Trim mi ntjs
t one dollar per load.'
Thu "trlmmlnui"r coart thavltim and make
in bent inmm.r wooa ror cooking parpo a wen
aa th cheapevt vr told In Cairo, For black
tmttb'i u. lnttlna tiro, they an nnaqmUled
Laavt ruor oraui at ua Tnw iiroat wooa rra
Stillman's ELIXIR of LIFE
A purely VorhUdIo Blood Purifier, and pnaran
td to cure 'j5 cnitvi In loo, or money refunded.
The abovo reward will ie paid for a remedy which
will cure an many cane of Malaria, Peveraud Apie,
DyimvpMa, Uhoumatiim, Catarrh, Liver and Kid
ney UUuaitu. SS.rtJU bottle old on It merit,
without adverting, In neven year. If blllou.
languid, and your ambition 1 K"ue, Hf . Koomy.
Trv one bottle. It will convince you of it cnperl.
orlty over any other remedy. If you haveanr Oo
mora of the Skin or blood, from whatever cauxe,
thl Elixir will euro It when .11 other remvdle
have failed. Ack yonr druntiit for it. Price 1
and f l. A 12 dollar hoitlo rent by expre pre
paid MTdbyA. L. 8TILLMAN & CO., New
York. ClrcularH free. H. 0. WILLAHD, Gen'l
Aevnt U. 8. and Canada, Troy, N. Y.
THK REGULAR CAIRO AND
. STEAM Elt
HENRY B . TAYLOR Muter
GEO. J0BE8 Clerk
LtavoiPaducah for Cairo daily (Sunday except
d) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Kturu
og, Leave Cairo at 4 p. in. Mound. City at 5 p. m.
THE A. R. SAFF0RD.
Dally packet between Cairo and Mound City Cap
tain AnUle Owen.
Lcare Cairo ... 7:S0 A. M.
" Mound City fl::) " "
" Cairo .. 12 Noon
" )lound City 1:90 P. II.
" Cairo 4:30 " "
" Mound Citv 6 " "
Bteamcr Sllverthorn, 147 feet length; 28 loot
beam; 4 foot hold : 2 cntrineH; 2 cylinder; 1 Inches
diameter; 4 foot Mroke; i boiler, 40 inchea diame
ter, in feet lon(. The bont and machinery 1 In ex
cellent repair, and in tiood rnnnini? order; he hac
full cabin arid la oiie of the beit llht draught
boat on the rivi-r. For terms apply to, or addres
W. . I. Turner, master, at Hickman, Kentucky; or
W. P. Larnbdln, river editor of Dally Bulletin,
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, Jane 7th, and nntll tnrther
notice tntienybou win max trip aa follow:
MATKt LIATIR LIATSt
Foot Ponrth tt. M!onrl Land'g. Kentucky Ld g,
8:00a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8 a.m.
10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11a.m.
3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Sp.m.
4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
i p.m. ti:S0 t.m. I P.m
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FL0UE, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid or Wheat.
Coiuiuercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
OA II tO. ILLS.
P. HHOSS. President. I P. NEFF, Vice Pre'nt
II. WELLS, Cshlur. T. J. Kerth, Aes't cash,
F. Bros.. MM I . . ..Cu'ro I Willi Am Rltite. .Cairo
PoterNelt " William Wolf.,.. "
C. M . Osterloh " 0. O. Patter.. ...... "
E. A. Under " I 11. Wells 11
J. Y. Clcmson, Caledonia.
A OENEKAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Excbanito sold and bought. Interest paid In
the Savlnx Department. Collection made and
all biislnem promptly attended to.
riUIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LBVEK.
A General Banking; business
TIIOS. W. IIAIiLIDAY.
JNTERPRISE 8AVIN0 BANK.
Of Cairo, I .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
; : ( TIIOS. W. II ALLII3 A Y,
W. P. Lamiidin, river editor ol fna IKtlltin
and steamboat paiaeui:or aijunt. Order for all
kind of steamboat job printing solicited. Odlco
at Planter Hotel, No. 51 Ohio levee.
8TAOE8 OF TUB RITUR.
The river market! by tho gaugo last ovud-
lng at this point at five p.m., 43 feet
PitUburg, May 245 p.m. River 9 -feet
8 inches and rising.
Cincinnati, May 245 p.m. 23 feet 7
aches and rising.
Louisville, May 245 p.m. River 10
feot 2 inches and falling.
Nashvillo, May 245 p.m. River 10 feet
5 inches and rising.
St. Louis, May 245 p.m. Rivor 22 feet
Weather yesterday clear and pleasant,
but rather cool for the season. Business
on tho levee and whariboatsonly moderate.
The R. R. Springer is duo up to-nightfor
Cincinnati. Tho SpricL'er is said to be
the speed boat of tho Southern Transporta
tion line. Capt. II. U. II art, master.
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati ar
rived yesterday morning at 9 :30. She had
a No. 1 trip of freight and a remarkable
good passenger register. Among the pass
engers was an excursion party of ladies and
gentlemen who aro prominent citizens of
the "Queen City." Col. Moore, the popular
purser of the Shinkle, favored us with tho
ist which aro as follows: Hon. John
Zumstein and wife, MissSallio K. Hoffman,
Hon. Herman Ooebel and wifo, Mrs.
Fehrenback, wife of tho U. 8. inspector of
steam vessels of the Cincinnati district;
Mrs. Adam Geiss and daughter Miss Lizzie
Geiss; also Miss Lulu White and Miss
Florence Kirk, of Memphis, who made the
round trip from the Bluff City and took in
the May festival. The Shinkle will land
here on her return trip for Cincinnati Sun
day night, 28th inst. Passengers coing
np the Ohio at that timo will do well in
securing panaage tickets for the Shinklo.
See W. F. Lauibdin, agent.
The Hudson and the Fannie Tatum aro
advertised to leavo st. Louis this evening
at 5 o'clock. It is said that opposition is
the life of trade. This will be a fine op
portunity in their rivalry to verify the old
adage. We hope that both boats may find
sufficient business to make tho trade prolit
able. They aro due here for Paducah to
Tho Gus Fowler from Paducah arrived
at 2 :30 o'clock last evening, tiho had as
usual a paying trip, andlcft as per schedule
with a good passenger trip. ,
The 8. L. Wood arrived last evening with
the Thompson Dean in tow. She will bo
conveyed to Pittsburg, and tho beautiful
cabin which is one of the finest and most
elegant that adorned tho hull ot any bout
ever built in the west, will bo transferred
to a new hull of the finest model and di
mensions which will be designed for speed
and largo capacity. Capt. Jas. Rues, of
Fittsburg, is having it built, and when the
boat is completed this fall, the namo of
Will S. Hays will be given her. Now
machinery entirely of 'tremendous propor
tions and modern improvements, with a
view of making her a regular racer, is
beiBg built for her now at Pittsburg. Al
though tho Dean was financially a complete
failure, yet she was very last and cost a
largo'amouut of money. Capt. Rues will
havo his now boat ready for this fall trade,
and will run her from Cincinnati to New
Tho Guiding Star for Ncw,Orleans done
much better here than was expectod in the
freight line as there was not more than 150
tons for her wen sho arrived but sho mani
pulated until Capt. Wright, her freight ag't
here, managed to give her sufficient freight
to put her guards in the water.- On her
arrival she wag drawing seven feet, lelt at
8:45 p. m. drawing nine feet.
The City of New Orleans from the great
southern metropolis is due up to day for
the Future Great.
Tho John 1$. Maude is due to-day for
Memphis. Sho hails from St. Louis.
Tho C. W. Anderson from Nashvillo is
due this morning and will leavo hero on her
return trip for Paducah and Tennesseo's
beautiful capital at 12 o'clock to-day if
she arrives on timo. Capt. Fred Wyatt,
master; Wiley rarmeuter, chief clerk. For
passage rates seo W. F. Lambdin.
Tho Belmont, a towboat from Helena
with a small tow of empties for Whouliug,
passed up last evening.
Tho fino Hoot Anchor lino steamer City of
Vicksburg arrived from tho lower Missus.
sippl last evening at 4 :30, and departed for
St. Louis at 5 :05. Sho stopped bore 85
minutes, rior passenger trip waa good
but hor freight trip light.
' Tho rattling Reuben R. Springer it mak
ing good time up tho Mississippi. Sho
made the run from Now Orleans to Natchez
in 22 hours. Look out for her this even
The Jas. W. Gaff loft Memphis Tuesday
night at 11 o'clock with good trip for
Cincinnati. She will report here this even
ing. Passengers going up the Ohio can
securo tickets of W. F. Lambdin, agent.
The Oaff is reliable, and hor accommoda
tions are first class. Capt. Bob WiBe on
tho roof, and Mr. James Surtees, purser in
the office. Tho Gaff has on board a fine
string band providod for the entertainment
of her guests.
The Uonry Lourey, of the M. V. T. Co.,
arrived last evening with several model
barges for St. Louis. She came up from
The Bplonditt Anchor line staamer Belle
Memphis arrived here from St. Louis at
0 :50 last evening. She bad a fine freight
and passenger trip for the lower Missis
sippi. She left for Vicksburg at 9 o'clock
In our river column this morning we
stated that tho Hudson would leave St.
Louis on Thursday, the samo day the Fan
nie Tatum is advertisd for. We are pleased
to announce that such is not the case as we
have just been creditably informed that the
Hudson left last evening. She will reach
here this evening. Capt John Griffith
commands, and Mr. Eugene List has chargo
ot tho bookkeeping department.
The W. P. Halliday from St. Louis is
duo this evening for New Orleans. Bock
Jolly commands this fino steambcr of the
Cairo, 111., May 23rd, 1882. f
Present His Honor Mayor Thistlewood
Aldermen Blake, Halliday, Hinkle,
HughoB, Mcllale and Wood 6.
Absent Kimbrough, Patier, Pettit and
The mayor stated the object of tho meet
ing to be to consider proposals for drive
well at park and keeping all public drive-
wells in order for the remainder of fiscal
year; also for furnishing, excavating for
aud laying of sewer pipe as per advertise
ment. Alderman Wood movud that no proposals
for tho excavating and laying of sewer pipe
be opened to-night, and that the street
committco be instructed to cause a profilo
to be made of work necessary to be dono so
that bidders could make proposals intelli
gently, and city council might know that
the bids were within tho bounds as to prico.
Alderman Kimbrough appeared in his
Mayor ruled motion out of order.
Alderman Pettit appeared in his seat.
Clerk opened and read bids for furnish
ing, excavating for and laying of sewor
pipe from the following persons, E. W.
Halliday and JumesQiiun,and for furnish
ing sewer pipe alone, Samuel Walters and
H. T. Gerould. For putting down drive-
well at park and keeping in repair all pub
lic drive-wells for remainder of fiscal year,
II. T. Gerould.
Alderman Blako moved that the bids, in
accordance with notice for proposals, be
referred to committoo on streets, and the
others bo rcturnod to bidders.
Stato and city liquor bonds of the follow
ing namod persons were submitted for ap
proval : Albert Susanka, Matthew Clarke,
A. J. Reese, N. K. Grose, George Lattner,
D. Fitzgerald, J. G. Roeves, John Clancy,
James Qreauey and G. F. Ort & Co.
()u motion ot Alderman AlcIJalo ap
Official bonds of police constables John
P. llogan, P. Mahanny, Honry Dunker, H.
P. Martin, Warren Wims and John Tyler,
L. II. Myers, marshal, John Cain, jailer and
Traber Artcr, street supervisor were sub
mitted for approval.
On motion of Alderman McUalo ap
Alderman McHale offered the following
resolution and moved its adoption :
Resolved, That tho drainage committoo
bo instructed to ascertain as soon as possU
blc the cost of constructing two sowers, with
suitabls valves for same, through Ohio
levee to bo located as follows: One at
Tenth street, tho other at Thirty-eighth
street. Said sewers not to be less thuu 3
feet in diameter.
Motion to adopt resolution lost by the
Ayes Hinkle, Hughes, Kimbrough
Mcllalo and Pottit-5.
Nayes Blako, Halliday and Wood 3.
Alderman Blako having voted aye,
changed his voto from aye to nay botoro
voto was announced.
Alderman Hal day. moved to reconsider
vote by which adoption of resolution was
lost. . (
Alderman Halliday moved to amend res
olution so as to limit tho cxpondituro to
' Amendment accoptod and resolution
adoptod by tho following vote :
Ayes Blake, Halliday, Hinkle, ITughes,
Kimbrough, Mcllalo, Pettit and Wood 8.
On motion of Alderman Hinkle meeting
adjourned. D. J. Folev, City Clerk.
LETTER FROM MRS. GEN. 8. A.
Belleville, 111., May 12, 1883.
Major A. N. Nlchold, General Agent Equitable
Life Assurance Society:
Dear Sir: For the unprecedented
promptness and politeness with which the
"Equitable" and yourself have settled my
claim against that Company, I wish to ex
press my sincere thanks. Not even waiting
for mo to ask them to pay it, you called
upon me on my arrival at homo for tho
purpose of arranging the proofs of tho
death of my lato husband, Gen. Stophen A.
Hurlbut, which proofs wero received in
New York, May 6, and to-day, only Bix
days, having passed, I am in receipt of a
check tor Ten Thousand Dollars, In full
payment of tho policy issued by them on
I am aware that tho "Equitable" makes
a rule of prompt payments, but did not ex
pect that it would bo done in so short a
Please convey to the Company my thanks,
and a wish that they may always bo what
they are now, tho leading Life Company of
the world. Very truly yours,
Mrs. S. R. Hurlbut.
NEW USE FOR THE BROOM.
Tho broom drill is one of tho newest
things in church fairs and social festivals,
and is said to draw butter than anything
that has been offered on social occasions
for a long time. We aro not au faet as to
what constitutes a broom drill, but an east
ern paper says, when performed by beauti
ful ladies, "in tight-fitting jackets or dreBS
coats, and with jaunty short skirts, tho
whole arranged with a proper mixture of
decorum aud coquetry, this spectacle has
proved enormously alluring," and we are
further informed that there is already a
literaturo on tho subject a manual of tho
broom drill like a baso ball cuido or a
hand-book of billiards.
In tho city of New Orleans a company of
young ladies called the Crescent City
Broom Guards aro being drilled with tho
greatest care, and have already, it is said,
acquired a wonderfully soldierly bearing.
There aro twenty-nino ladies practicing for
the drill. The Uniform will bo a full skirt,
guthercd on to the waist-band and a double
breasted, tight-fitting postillion jacket of
cream-colored cheese cloth, a double row
of red buttons, a red standing collar, with
small , cravat bow of ribbon. Upon tho
skirts is a six-inch band of Turkish red, set
just at tno top of tho hem. The First
Lieutenant's dress has three bands on tho
skirt and red epaulettes. Tho Second
Lieutenant wears two bands and epau
lettes. Tho cops for the company are mob
caps of tho cheese cloth, trimmed with red
bows, and all wear long white linen gloves.
Tho cartridgo boxes aro minature dust
pans, with tho letters "3. S." upon them
and two brooms crossed.
This is a Mule. Ho feels sick. Do ,
not pet a Mule bccatiHo hu feels 6ick, for
ho mny niiiko you feel sick. Tho Mulo's
Tail is short and slim. Ho cau not
brush off tho Flies with his Tail. Ilia
Ears aro largo und long. IIo can brush
Flies off his Tail with his Ears. With
his Ears ho can fan himself too. His
foro Legs arc juit short. His hind
Legs ni'o cx-erml-ing-ly long. Many
nat-u-ral-ists have tried to uieas-uro tho
Length of a Mule's hind Logs; but
havo only site-coed-ed in having thoir
own Logs measured. A wise man has
said "there arc somo Things in Nature
past, finding out." This is ono of those
Things. It is safer to play with a
Mulo'3 Ears than with his Tail. It is
safer to play with a Can of Ni-tro-Glyc-ui'-iiio
than 'either. Dour Chil-drun, if
your l'a-piis havo Lois of Money, do
not let them buy any Mtilos with hind
Legs on to eel-o-brato Fmirth-of-July
with, for Mules with hind Legs on uro
npt to go oil' suddenly, and removo Your
Sweet Young Soul from Life's pleasant
Scenes. Yonkc)'s Qitzrttn.
Making a Kai.se.
John Hays. Credit, P. 0., says that for
nino months ho could not raise his hand to
his head through lameness in tho shoulder,
but by tho uso of Thomas' Ecleetric Oil ho
was entirely cured. Paul G. Schuh, Agent.
Fred. Amos, Tyler Street, Rochester,
writes: "Your Spring Blossom is wonder
ful ; I never used anything that acted so
well on tho bowels, aud at tho samo time
was so free from tho drastic proportios of
medicines usually sold for tho purpose."
Prico 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
U. Schuh, Agent.
Guard Against Disease.
If you flind yourself getting bilious head
heavy, mouth foul, eyes yellow, kidneys
disordered, symptoms of piles tormenting
you, take 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
down sick. Son largo advertisement.
. Women aro everywhere, using and
reonunending Parkor's Ginger Tonio, bo
causo they havo loarnod from experlonco
that it speedily overcomes despondency,
Indigestion pain or weakness in the back
and kidneys, and other troubles peculiar to
tho ncx. Ilomo Journal. Sue adr.