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TUB DAILY 0A1R0 HULLP:TIN; SUNDAY MORNING, MAV 20, nn
II Al'Wrn lY I
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into the mammoth Dry Goods establishment of J. & L.
DVUnvn Mrtr J tlia tSiVift. lfa malr Paiyia or miM Mill
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uur tuur custumcaiuruio cuiumu hwsuu. iuuso u
tested their bargains in Linen Goods can tcstitifv to- the
sincerity of their advertisement. This week they will attack
the Dress Goods Department
what they say. They are the
xress uuuus nine, men mauK ohm ivi caichchuv uhu
tv. richness of color and extreme low prices cannot be beat
Now they will sell cheaper
iit ivrill rrtl 1 tll-lfi TWiti f
meet the decline tney are
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TJieV ai'e ready I0r aCUOIl
scatter bargains on every side.
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I CAPE GIRARDEAU.
The Cairo Casino will give a Grand
Excursion on the Str. Klla Klrubrough
to Cape Girardcan Sunday, May 20th.
The steamer will leave Cairo at
o'clock a.m. TickeU for sale ou board,
ONE DOLLAR FOR ROUND TRIP;
CHILDREN, HALF PRICE.
Prof. Storer's Brass and String: Band
has been encased for the occasion. All
are invited, By order of
COMMITTEE OP ARRANGEMENT.
Our wagons are now delivering- the
DISTILLED WATER JCE
to all parts of the city.
We Holicit your patronag-e and assure
you that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We guarantee full weights at
Delivered 100 lbs. and uDward, 40c.
Delivered less than 100 lbs., 60c.
Leave orders at
Teljihoue No. 98.
oar Factory, or
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Ik Co,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Stli Street, between Com'l Ave. mid Levee.
CHOICE BORING A 8PECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMTJNITtON.
nf Hamlri-rt. All Rlnd.nl Keva Matin
1 and 118 Commcr
I Cairo, Illinois.
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full lln of all the latent, nuwent colon
and qnalily, and bent manufacture,
Body Britain, Tapcatrlen, Ingrame, Oil
Clutha, & Ac.
Cloltiinj and Gents' Furnishing
Tile I) 'partment occapiei a full 8o-r aud
W complete In all reapucln. Uootla are
Kuaraulovd ol latent eiylo aud beat ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First class Goods!
iluop on Ilalllday Avenue, between fourth aud
dixiu oirteu, lalro, Illinois.
UTAH kinds ol Until and heavy lilacksmllhlnt;,
waKn kud carriage work duun lu tha motlwoik
tn.ullke maimer. Hone iUuHuk . epeualty aud
tlipv o rt'r at iirst cost their entire stocK or. uress uoous, -work on Mr. Kline's
such as Mack Silks, Colored Silks and Satins, Summer Silks, iwcn abandoned for the
t7,.nli imiPM in nil tfliflilpa Nun's VpililKTS. TaslllTlPrPS. The pipe is bunt in the ground
U f lilt WBXammaam
VI 1 YO 11 T M IHi Jtlglnl
on all sides. Notice caremiiy
.acknowledged leaders in the
than ever betore. in order to
aeiermiuuu 10 sen em-yumis
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Remember ior this week
Uamvn anil Trinna in liWlr niirl
xbv uuu xaaw.
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Tho Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in Uk.se eoinmni, tea e.nit per lino,
sach Insertion and whether marked or not, 11 calcu.
luted to Toward any mau'a bneineaa tatt-re't ate
always paid for.
Aurora Vapor Stoves at Davidson's.
The 'Golden Star" and "Triumph" oil
stoves lead all othors, Go to C. W. Hen
derson for them.
Mr, a. B. Venn left yesterday tor a
trip through Kentucky, to drum up the
tobacco business for Messrs. Ashbrook &
Go to C. W. Henderson's for Ice Cream
A fire at Vienna destroyed Boyd's
livery stable, together with several head ot
horses and a number of buggies aud
At the Methodist church the usual ser
vices will be held to-day; but tho evening
service will becrin at 8 o'clock instesd of
7:30 as heretofore. Rev. Scarritt will preach.
Refrigerators, Coolers, Freezers, etc., at
To-morrow the steamer Ella Kim-
brough will go into the Cairo and New
Madrid trade, making daily trips between
these two points.
Rector Davenport will conduct ser
vices at the Church of the Redeemer this
morning and evening as usual, except that
the latter service begins at 8 instead of 7 :30
-Go to C. W. Uenderson'8 for Fishing
The revival meetings at the Baptist
church will be continued this week.
Preaching this morning and evening by
Rev. D. I. Purser, at the usual hours. Sun
day School at 9 :30 a. m.
Yesterday the steamer Silver Cloud
ran over the body of a negro near Joppa.
The supposition is that it was the body of
the deck hand who tell from the steamer
Raven near Paducah some days ago.
A.dams & Westlake's Oil Stoves Best
on Earth at Davidson's. tf
Twelve hogsheads of tobbacco wero
sold Friday at tho warehouse of Messrs.
Ashbrook & Robinson, at from $3.40 to
5.05 per hundred. The attendance was
better than usual and tho sale moro inter
esting. Simon Gillet, a colored gentleman,
didn't know that it was wrong to discharge
a pistol within the city limits, but he knows
now that it is. He was fined one dollar
and costs by Magistrate Comings yesterday
for shooting in his own house up town.
Go to C. W. Henderson's for Water
Coolers or anything else you want. fit
Mr. C. R. Woodward if back from St.
Louis. He reports business very dull in
that city, merchants are spending much
time looking at oneanother discussing pros-
pects. I nose of Cairo's merchants who
have reason to complain of dullness will
find much consolation id this bit of news,
Andrew Lohr'a Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale. a pare uleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
As a rule, our farmers are about done
with their corn planting, and the crop has
been put in a better shape than usual. As
wheat is bound to bo a partial failure, it is
doiirable that corn may turn out a full crop.
The weather bas been favorable, though
during the last tew days for good crops
Qo to C. W. Henderson's for Ice boxes
and Refrigerators. Ot
Relatives of a white man namod Frank
Crooker, of Chicago, aro making inquiries
tor him hero. Chief Myers was telegraphed
yesterday to look for him. Crooker is
well-to-do citizen of Chicago and mysteri
ously disappeared from there several days
ago. There is reason to believe that ho came
down this way,
In many of the small towns above us
burglar have boon busy during the last ten
days. Smalt sums of money have been
taken from three or four differeut houaes
during the same night iu some places, but
unytning liable to lead to the detection o
tho guilty parties has been scrupulously lot
to bo professionals.
are therefore believed
Tho efforts of the offl
cm ' kceP 1,18 'd cler of UB''d
ms characters worn to prove successful, fui
t'lmvebeenDO depredation, upon the
property of citizens here for some time.
School chlldron will find Tub Buujc
tin scratch-books Nob. 3 and 3 tor sale at
Phil Saup's candy store. tf
Jeff Barbce, a colored driver of
wood-delivery wagon, was lined five dollars
(I r l StSII'tll lill (in!ni.il.. a"! ' i. .
day, for driving a loaded wagon onto the
sidewalk in the lower portion of the city to
unload woouinto a yard. The complaint
, . .illl!rul.n wllft ,
compelled to make his way around the
wagon in tho mud.
to bo dnvon Jurther. Good water can be
obtained at its nreaent denth. but th. fl.
is not voluntary. In order to make an ar-
,t,B18n wcl1 & new p'p "i ive to be
driviin. Rni1 il is at Pre8t-'nt ft probable
that Mr. Kline will go to that expense.
Captain Jno. A. Scuddor has retired
from the Anchor Line company; and will
make a trip to Europe for pleasure. He
was president end superintendent of the
company for a number of years and held
controlling interests in both lines of steam
ers run by the company. His retirement is
an important event in the history of the
company. Captain Jno. keyser steps into
Rutherford Rirchard Hayes, who is
still dimly remembered as a former occu
pant of the white house, has written a chip
per letter in which he says: "The local
outlook is improving. Unity and harmony
are the watchwords. We miirht paraphraze
Henry A. Wise's saying thus: 'The union
of Republicans for the bake of the Repub
lic.'" And yet the Stalwart Conkling
spcuks ot the jubilant Fremonter asRuther
fraud. Mr. Jno. McNuIty received a letter
from Messrs. J. K. Lane & Co., New York
City yesterday, stating that a
member of the firm and a
surveyor will be in this city some time
this week to take a look at the situation
with a view to making an offer to build
water works. The firm has now in course
of construction a large works of the kind in
Portsmouth and has several others in con
Joe Anderson, the negro who came here
from Jackson, Tennessee, after a back pen
sion of 3,000, at the solicitation of a slick
negro from there, was still in the city yes
terday, waitiDg for means to get back home.
An error occurred in the item relating to
him in yesterday's paper, namely that he
was confidencede out of the f 100 here. The
trick was perpetrated upon him at Jackson
and ho did not notify the officers here until
twenty-four hours after the scoundrel had
left the city.
A young colored boy, son of the Rev.
Jacob Bradly, was in tho act of jumping
onto a moving passenger train on the Illi
nois Central incline yesterday evening,
when he fell with one foot uner a car wheel
which passed over the foot and crushed it
bo badly that amputation was necessary.
But this little incident does not prove that
every boy who jumps on trains will have his
foot crushed and amputated, therefore
other boys need not allow it to deter them
in tho least from amusing themselves in
their favorite way.
Argument was concluded in the Nen
nigcr-LuU damage case yesterday afternoon
and the ensu was given to the jujy about 4
o'clock. At this writing. Ol o'clock p. m.
May 19th A. D. 1383) the jury is hung and
is not likely to agree before closing Tns
Bulletin forms. As stated before, this case
has been tried three times before. The first
time Julgc Baker, before whom it came up,
was struck with apoplexy while the case
was on trial and the jury had to be dis
charged; the second time the iurv failed to
agree, and tho third time complainant was
allowed lifteea hundred dollars. la this
case Mr j. Neuuinger sues for five thousand
Cyclones have been very active all
around us during the last few days, and in
some induces came uncomfortablv near us,
Friday night at, Racine, Wis., a number of
houses wero wrecked and Deonle killed.
some of tho former being blown into the
lake; at Springfield the same night several
nouses were blown down and some people
injured; at Hillsburg, on the Indianopolis
and St. Louis road, a railroad bridge was
blown away and a passenger train ran into
tho cavity, killing the engineer, fireman and
many passengers. Yesterday evening about
four o'clock a tcrriffie, Btorm passed through
Madison county, Mo., completely destroy
ing a small town tiamcd Marquand on the
Iron Mountain road, about thirty.fivo miles
from hero. The community comprised about
ono huudred people and it is reported that
many of them wero killed and wounded.
Tho cycloue crossed tho river at or near
Grand Tower and struck Champaign where
it tore away the Illinois Central depot and
did considerable damage to other property,
mougu uo one was nun so tar aa could be
learned last night.
A Frenchman named Montaygo,
Mado pencils out of plumbago;
Ho got an attack
Of pain in his back,
St. Jacobs Oil cured his lumbago.
Mr. George R. Lentz whoso sad death oc
curred Tueaday morning, May 15th at si
ociock, was born 20th March 1833 in
, He was a man beloved br all who knew
him, his relations to his family were of the
kindest and most pleasant character. He
was an affectionate and true husband, a lov
ing and indulgent lather, always planing
ior tue Happiness and wolfaro of his loved
Two years ago he celebratod his silver-
wedding, and from that timo up to his
death, was joyous and happy, always ready
uu s Buiue aim mnu woru ior everyone
inuooa, ne was a friend to everyone but
Three months ago, ho resigned an im
pi'ibnui JUBiin!ii, iu tue nour mills ot filr.
Charles Galigher, with the expectation of
receiving an appointment to a certain cf-
flee, He then made the race for city clerk,
at this time ha
Knights of Honor, previous to tho citv
election he resigned his office as treasurer
with a clear record on their books, there
fore was a member in good standing at the
time ot his decease.
In the past month or two it has been no
ticed by his friends that frequently.while in
conversation, he would suddenly cease talk
ing and seem to be thinking, then recol
lect himself aid continue the conversation.
His sudden taking-off was not occasioned
by pecuniary matter?, as it was in his pow-
er to draw a considerable amount from a
paid up policy, it he had so desired. Three
weeks ago he visited the grave ot bis
grand child at Beech Grove and had it fixed
up and the lot attended too and pointing out
the spot to the sexton in which he wished
to rest, in case of his death.
On Monday he visited his sou's residence
several times, playing with his little grand
child to whom he was devotedly attached,
taking her out walking and then at six
o'clock bidding her an affectionate and
tender farewell. He returned in the even-
ng and spent two of three hours with bis
son and his wife, talking of old times and
his past life; at ten and half o'clock he hid
them a loving good-bye and went home, sut
down and wrote his wite a long and affec
tionate letter, when he went up to his room,
as wife did not notice anything peculiar or
wrong about him.
His mind was morbid, his brain was
weary, let us judge him kindly, for the
tired brain and loving heart are at nst. We
will miss that quick step and cheerful
voice calling: "Where is my baby?" We
feel he had no enemy, for he was everv-
body's triend. We never met his superior
in kindness and nobleness of heart, may
the dear Lord comfort his wife and chil-
ren who are bowed to the earth with such
terrible sorrow. Tho body was followed to
his chosen resting place by the Knights of
Honor in a body, and a large concourse of
tiiends. The Knights laid him to rest with
their beautiful ceremony. The casket was
covered with" beautiful floral decorations.
bestowed by the hand of affection. May
e rest in peace
Buttbejufv esUbllah faat,
Since thou art the Just God that tries
Hearts and reins. OnOodlicatt
My defense, and In him lies,
In him who both Jut and wise
Saves the chat '.table heart at last.
M. K. F.
Peck's Southern Illinois,
Southern Illinois is, with the exception
of two or three counties, a vast coal field.
The vein varies to thickness from four to
nine feet, is bituminous in quality, and
stands high in the market ; in fact, but few
mines west of the Alleghanics produce its
equal. The shipments of coal (and of coke
made from it) from here, are too great to
bo easily computed, so large is the produc
tion. The most of tho lands offered for
sale by the Illinois Central railroad com
pany aro located between north parallels
of latitude 38 and 89, and on or near
longitude 12 west from Washington, em
bracing the most temperate climate in
North America, and are underlaid with this
famous black diamond treasure, which,
with iron ore of proven good quality, and
almost without limit, close at hand, on
either side both here and in Missouri or
Tennessee should, together with tho agri
cultural, horticultural, commercial and
manufacturing advantages, satisfy and
reasonable mind ns to the safety of locating
hero. The titles to the lands in question
are absolutely perfect, having come direct
from the govornmcnt to the state of Illinois
and from thence to this company. They
are extremely liberal, and any person who
willing to work and use due diligence,
need not tear to come. In coming, come
with determination, Bnd it possible bring
enough capital to start you fairly, if you
wish to speedily succeed, although willing
and intelligent labor never goes begging
We have no "blizzards" to blind and
freeze a person to death within forty rods
of his home. With coal and wood at hand
in abundance, wo are not obliged to depend
upon "twisted grass" for fuel for months
with the thormometer many degrees below
eero, to keep the babies from froezing, as
has been the case, and is likely to bo so
again, in aome of the more northern states
Immigrants from all parts of the world
are flocking to the United States and terri
tories by the hundred thousand, and still
time it room for millions more; and what
FOR FINISUING, TINTING AND DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS.
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The Only Natural and Durable Material Known for the Pups
WHITE AND A VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAPER, HAND
SOMER AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT OR WALL PAPER.
ANY HOUSEKEEPER PAN APPL.Y IT;
OVER OLD WALL PAPER.
Tho reault is surprising, as it obliterates
not causa a wrinkl
etC. llV lirilullinr. A Ul, .,.,t:., t tl...
. . . h 'u iu uiu vi n,u no duu aruuuu wie casings una tiane, wnere
sets like stone. -iTReady for uso by adding hot water.fcj Fifty cents worth of Al
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. - j "' ui "'vj,uKd
uuco better work than can be done with ono
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mi.,. arijjjiv b.iu ui .mm
7-4: Olilo Levee and.
Cor. 8th St. & Wash. Ave.
whs once known on the maps as "The Groat
American Desert," where, twenty years ago
tho Camanche or Sioux Indian burned his
victim at the stake, are now railroads, ma
chine shopn, farms, school houses, churches,
and other evidences of modern civilization.
"No excellence without labor" applies in
this counectiou. The buahes must be cut
and grubbed out, aud tho soil stirred be
fore it will yield its golden treasure. It is
no place fur a lazy individual, but it is a
good place for a person who desires a com
fortable home ' for himself, wite and chil
dren, when he is willing to work for it.
Schools ami churches are always at hand,
and a few hours' rido will take one to a
city, where theatricals and other luxuries
not iucid.'iit to a small town, may be en
HOMK ART SOCIABLE
at the residence of Mrs. Rittenhouse next
Thursday night for the benefit of the W. O.
This exhibitioa will comprise the artistic
efforts of home-talent only, and will con
sist of paintings in oil and water colon,
chiua-painting, charcoal, crayon, India-ink
and pastille work, wood-carving and scroll-
sawing, and embroideries in Arrasene and
Each guest will be given a hand-painted-
card as a souvenir of the occasion and de
licious Ice-cream and cake will be ia abun
dance. Price of admisbion including re
freshments, 50 cents.
-For a time last week Mr. W. R. Halli-
day's corn mills ran day and night in order
to Bupply the demand for meal from the
south and east and west. How large this
demand was may be judged from the sup
ply, and how large this was is indicated
by the fact that the mill can turn out near
ly six hundred barrels in twenty-four hours.
On Wednetday during the day, twelve
liours, two hundred and eighty four barrels
wero made ready tor shipment. Until ten
o'clock in the morning thirty barrels per
our were turned out, and by noon one
mudred and fifty barrels were ready. The
mill has but three run of atone and to turn
out a barrel of meal ready for the dray
every two minutes is about as good work
as any reasonable man would expect.
The reports recently received at the
state department of agricultnre are dis
counting tor wheat prospects while the
cold backward season has been unfavora
ble for the growth of corn. The reduced
area of winter wheat the result of the se
vere winter and damage from insects with
the bad condition gives oncouragement for
only about twenty million bushels, or thirty
million bushels less than last crop. The
crop correspondents for this county make
the following report to Springfield of the
crop and stock piospects in this county:
Alexander Winter wheat has made great
improvement the past month, is nearly up
to an average in condition, and with con
tinued favorable weather will make a good
yield. Rye is looking well, and is nearly
up to an average. The area of osts is
hrger than last season, and the condition
gives encouragement for about an average
yield per acre. The area of meadows and
pastures is some larger than last season;
meadows look well, and pastures where not
overstocked aro up to an averago in condi
tion. Prospects are flattering for a big
crop of all kinds of fruit. The ground,
where not drained, is cold and wet, and it
will be some timo beforo it can bo worked
to advantage; drained land is in fine con
dition. Farm auimals are in bottor condi
tion than for many years, and with the ex
ception of cattle and hogs, there is an in
crease in the number when compared with
same dato in 1882. Thero were about 150
acres of sorghum cano grown in the county
last season ; most of tho syrup was Bold at
45 cents per gallon ; ono party made six
thousand gallons in 1888.
The Detroit Fret Press relates that a
colored man was bunging around one of
tho Detroit opera houses when a gentle
man said to him.! "Why don't you go in?
Under the Civil Rights bill you can take
a seat in the parquet circle' "Yes, sab:
I knows alP bout that, sah," was the
reply. "Under de Cibil Rights bill I ken
take any scat in de houso, hut undor de
C resent strain on my finances I couldn't
uy twoshlngliaslf hull opera houses war
sellia' for 10 cents apiece, sahP"
all stripes and colors, covers patches and wi
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nan win, iwu cuuts; nu one coat win pr
coat of any other preparation, on tho san
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SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Moticoa lu this column, eiirni ecrta n. tin t.
rat aiiri .n.a ..... lit. k .
.Km. For nnn wn-k )ri,i. ..... uni. ....
niouui, wcenia per una
Brick For Sale.
sale irom my new kiln jubt opened.
8t Jacou Klein.
A t I. XM 1 .. a i .
a. moii am iia. it vy,T. BL'rti mi vrnraa. mil
can. in tne L'ourt-llouse yard.
3t R. Fitzokkai.d.
Wanted 25 Men
fnr rattts-a 1 aunlf a aat . . -I
Tuesday, May 221. Transportation free.
Annlv lit P. Miwkli-r lf.il.,
a .aina nwia. Ill " til 1 XUIZV. BU 1 I
tween 4th and Cth at., Com inert ial ovenue
A CiMtra .tftntul.i.n. f,.np ,v,...,a an. I .
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House. 3t R. FlTZoEKALD.
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Xotice To Shippers of Fruit and
Commencing Friday, May 13th, the Illi
nois C-entral rvilmaii will run a fruit ex
press train between Cairo and Chicago
"fliui, ijcq,iuj v.uu ai u ;ou n. iu auii
arrive at Chicago 5:15 a. in.
lw H. C. DePce, Agent.
and board on Wajhlngton avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth atreets, at reasonable
rates. Mits. Cuhset.
Piano For Sale.
A good second-hand piano at a bargain.
Apply to M. R. Kuhue, at Cairo Opera
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 192 acres; in Bond county, Ills.,
miles from railroad station.
E. A. BcnsETT.
lee, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, tl per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Call at Mrs. S. Williamson's, on Hev.
enth street near Commercial avenue, and
have your old hats shaped aod madu over
iu the latest style for tho small sum ot
twenty five cents. tt
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new ho rue shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blackamithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
"Uackmktack," a lasting and fragrant
perfurro. Price 25 and 50 cents. 13
A excu Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring .to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to bo heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Trial
bottles given away at Harry W. Schuh's
drug store. (2)
There is no use talking! "Lindsey's
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uiuuu cuniunur ih inaing uiu ictm ior cur
ing all blood diseases.
We recommend Ely's Cream Balm In.
every case where a euro for catarrh is called
for, and in no instance have we heard of
disappointment. Wo consider that wo are
doing the public a ser'vico by making its
virtues known to those allllctcd with this
loathsome disease, for which it is in most
instances a perfect cure. Peck Bhos.,
Druggists, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend In need la a frimid imlid. This
nono can deny, especially when assistance
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IS 1U11WCIUU nuuu UUU iD ttUIUIT Ollllww
with dianaim. morn nnrtirnlarl v Ilium! com-
plaints and weakuess so common to our
female population. Every woman siiouia
know that Electric Bitters are woman's truo
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, oven when all other remoaies law.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They aro pleasant to tho taste, and only cost
fifty conts a bottle Sold by Harry W.
Bohuh. ' (2)
Wm. Rohe, 787 Helnneinan St. Chicago,
ays; "Brown's Iron Bitters restored my
strength after suffering from inflammatiou
of the lungs."
Bullion's Cure will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.