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TUB i- DAILY CA1K0 HULLKTINi TUESDAY MORNING, MAJT 22, 1883
into tlio mammoth Dry Goods estAblishmeut of J. & L
UUllGEU. Now is the time; this week. Come at once and
buy jour costumes for the coming season. Those who have
tested their bargains in Linen Goods can testitify to the
sincerity or their advertisement. This weeK tney win aunt k
what they say. They are the acknowledged leaders in the
Dress Goods Line. Their Black Silks for excellence of quah-
-tv, richness of color and extreme low prices cannot be beat.
Now they will sell cheaper than e?er before. In order to
meet the decline they are determined to sell everything
WITHOUT REGARD TO PROFIT.
They are ready for action
scalier oarffams on every siue. jmuemuer ivr una ncciv
they olfer at first cost their entire stock of Dress Goods,
such as Black Silks, Colored Silks and Satins, Summer Silks,
French Armere in all shades, Nun's Veilings, Cashmeres,
Bantings, French Diagonals, Serge and Tricos in black and
Our wagons are now delivering: the
DISTILLED WATER JCE
to all parts of the city.
We solicit your patronage and assure
you that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We guarantee full weights at all
Delivered 100 lbs. and upward, 40c.
Delivered less than 100 lbs., 50c.
Leave orders at our Factory, or
Telphone No. 98.
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Ice
le Disftd Water Ice Mfg. Co.
130 aud 118 Commer-1 flot,n Tlliniia
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full Hue of nil the latest, newest colon
and quality, ana best niauufactar.
Body lirusnelx, Tpe tries, Iugraini, Oil
Clouts, Ai Ac.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
Thle I) p&rtroeut occupies a full flow and
ia complete In all ruapecta. Goodt ar
guaranteed ol latest turle and. beat ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods I
6 hop on Halliday Aveuue, biweun onth and
hlxlb (Streets, Cairo, llllnola.
trAII kind ol light and heavy hlackamlthlnir,
wagon and carriage work done In tba mo.t work
manlike maimer. Horee-ehoelng a specialty and
J-f. IC. INGE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In-
fXh 8 true t, betwvub Com'l Ave. ud Lore.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS 09 AMUNITION.
Mr lleinlrod. All Klnda ol Ka Madn
AUIUVAL AND DKPAKTUBB Of MAILS,
p. o. I i ro
I. C. K. U.(ihrough luck mall). a. m. ,
" ..11:10am lip. m
" (war mail) 4 .80 p.m. a p. m
(Bouiueru w.. n p. m. p. m.
Iron Mouutalu K. Jt 8:i.m. I p.m.
WeWh It. It 10 p, m. ( p. m.
Texta A St. Louie K. R 7 p. m. (a. m.
Bt. LoulaACilrott.it Bp. m. t:80 am
Ohio Him...... 8 p. ra. 4 p.m.
Miat llw errlee Wed., Hat. & Mon.
" doparu Wd.,Frl. A Bun.
PO.gen. dul. op nfrom 7:80 am U7:J0 pa
P.O. Itoj dl. oien from ..6a.m. totp. m.
"undaya ion. del. open from.... 8a, m. to 10 a. mu
unriave box del. open from, ...Be. m. to 10:10 am
fVNOTB.-ChanKet will he pnbllabed from
time to time In city papma. Cbangti your card ao
sordidly. WM. M. MUKl'UY, P, Jt.
and await the opportunity to
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
rlotlos In tteee coinmna, tea eeuu per Itne,
each Inaertlon and wbether marked or not, if calcn
ImUiI to faward an man 'a haalneaa In threat are
always paid. for.
Aurora Vapor Stoves at Davidson's.
Mr. George S. Fisher is expected to
pay Cairo a short visit in a few days.
A saleslady is wanted by a dry goods
establishment ia this city. See special
' Go to C. W. Henderson's for Ice Cream
Tbs rivers are rising at Cairo, Cincin
nati and St. Louis. But it will probably
be only a Utile freshet, as they contiuuo to
decline at other points.
Judge J. H. Robinson was engaged at
the court house yesterday all day, disposing
of probate business, none of which was of
importance to the public.
Refrigerators, Coolers, Freezers, etc., at
The Johnson County Journal, of
Vienna, suggest the formation of a vigi
lance committee for the suf pression of
Sabbath debauchery in the saloons of that
Mr. N. 8. Pennington has gone, or
will go to-day, to Evansvillo, lad., to spend
a few weeks with bis relatives, until his
hands shall be sufficiently' restored to ena
ble hlia to resume his duties in the railroad
Go to C. W. Henderson's for Fishing
Mayor Halliday has received another
letter from President Whitehouse, saying
that the writer will be down here at an
early date U confer further with the coun
cil commitee concerning the right-of-way
matters involved la the St. Lquis & Cairo
railroad company vs. the City of Cairo
Adams & Westlake'i Oil Stoves Best
on Earth at Davidson's. tf
A sample of fine strawberries was sent
Mr. Herman Meyers yesterday, by Mr.
Richard Hickman who raised them on his
farm atUllin. Strawberries will command
good price for several days now after yes
terday' parting breath of winter, and it
may be, will command higher prices
throughout the season because of this snap.
C. Hardy's dancing class will meet to
night at the Armory hall on Tenth street at
8 o'clock sharp. It
Mr. Lydia Pinkham is dead in Lynn,
Mass., at the age of sixty-four. This news
decide the debate started by Btilson
Hutchins, in the Washington Post, last
year, as to whether there was such a per
son, Mrs. Pinkham herself vigorously sup
porting the affirmative in the newspapers,
Mrs. Pinkham lived long enough to learn
the value of printers' ink, by spending
$180,000 a year la advertising, which yield
ed a clear profit of $300,000 a year.
Go to C. W. Henderson' for Water
Coolers or anything else you want. Ot
At 10 o'clock Bundity night the jury
in the Nenninger-Lutz cast was discharged
by Judge Baker,, after having been out
abouj thirty hour and without having ar
rived at a verdict. Soon after the jury had
been locked into the jury room a vote
showed ten to be for the complainant and
two for the defendants, and thoro it re
mained to the end. Thus the fourth trial
of this case leave it just whore it was be
fore and the people of Pulaski county will
probably have to atand the oxpeose of
another trial in the case.
Andrew Lohr Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pure pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
on sale at the leading saloons. tf
Number eight of the first volume of
the Jonesboro (Ark.)Dumocrat came to us
yesterday asking for an exchange. Mr. J.
R. Taylor is editor aad proprietor. It is a
weekly paper gottoa up In good style; but
the pleasantcst feature about It to us, urn
tba half dozen or more advertisement of
Cairo business men It contains. Mem).
Barclay Bros., F. Korsmeyer, Jno. A. Mi
ler, Heury Ureihau, II. K. Ince,f Paul G
Hchuli, Aiulruw Lur and The Halliday
are tanking bids lor the trado along tho
Texns nurrovv-giiutfo road, through the
columns of tho Democrat, and there is rea
sou to believo that they are succeeding. It
is better that (lit) business men of Cairo
should have the business opened up to
them by this nuw road all to themselves, than
that they should allow it to slip through
their finders and go to St. Louis; and in or
dor to gut the trade it is only necessary to
mike an oflort to do so, which, it is gratify
ing to note, somo of them are doing.
Go to C. V. Henderson' for Ice boxes
and Refrigerators. Ct
Young Wills, of St. Louis, son-in-law
of Mrs. Gordon, has been in the city for a
week or ten days, seeking to gain possession
of some money and property which he
claims as his share of the estate of Louis
Jorgenson, duo him by reason of his mar
rmgo withthesaidjorgenson's daughter and
the tatter's subsequent death. The amount
claimed is about $1,000 and proceedings to
recover it were instituted at the present
term of the circuit court, Messrs. Mulkey
& Leek appearing for complainants.
number of law points are involved in the
case which rcuder it doubtful if the young
man will gain bis object.
School children will llnd The Bui.lev
tin scratch-books Nob. 2 and 3 tor salo at
Phil 8aup's candy stare. tf
The stato of the weather was anything
but iuviting outside last evening yet
there wsb a good attendance at the Baptist
church where the revival meetings aro still
in progress. In some respects it was the
most iuterestins' meeting vet held. The
subject of Rev. Parser's sermon was the re
solution of the prodigal son: "I will arise
and go to my father, etc." The lessons
from "Pearl of tho Parables" were earnest
ly and powerfully set forth, and many per
sons in the congregation were visibly affec
ted. Services again at 8 o'clock this after
noon and 8 o'clock this evening.
It you waut to know just whore to go
to find a co'.il retreat for a few weeks or
months, during the "heated term" of '83,
and laugh, at tho dolorous predictions of
weather prophets, send your full address,
aud six centsin postage stamps to A. V. II.
Carpenter, Oeueral Passenger Ageut Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, at
Milwaukee, Wis., and ho will furnish you
a list of just such places, together with a
book, entitled "A Reconnaissance of the
Golden Northwest." A limited supply ol
these books are now for free distribution at
tho ticket office of J. II. Jones in this city.
Please call early.
The "Golden Star" and "Triumph" oil
stoves lead all others. Go to C. W. Hen
derson for them. 6
Sunday Chief Myers received a dis
patch from tho chief at Memphis, asking
him to look out for a man having in bis
possession a new harness and a quantity of
blankets aud other livery-stable accoutre
ments, which was unlawfully taking away.
The chief put OfUcer McTlguo on the track
and he found the man and all tho things
wanted, also a fine racehorse, on the steam
er Vint Shiokle Sunday night. The man
and the horse and things were all safely
stowed away and held for further orders
from below, which came in form of a letter
telling the chief to never mind the man if
he would give up the harness and blankets.
This the mm consented to do aud did, and
was permitted to take his horse and go
whither he would.
Sunday morning about 11 o'clock,
the Ella Klmbrough started from here for
Cape Girardeau, with about Beventy-flve ex
cursionists on board, including Professor
Storer's cornet band. Refreshments, such
as ice cream, cake and sandwiches, were
also provided in abundance. Tho boat
reached the Cupe about 10 :30 o'clock at
night, when nearly all disembarked and
took a stroll through the streets while the
band serenaded the university to the delight
of the inmates and citizens in the neigh
borhood, who invited the boys in and
treated them to an elegant feast. At 7
o'clock yesterday morning the boat landed
again at the Cairo wharf. Tho excursion
ists had a good timo and were satistled
with the trip.
Two profeshional gamblers, of tho
worst of their kind, got iuto a fierce com
bat at an institution of questionable fame,
on lower Washington avenue, yesterday
evening. Countable Sheehau hoard the
iioiso and made a break for the door, Just
as one of tho pugilists made a break for
freedom ami dashed down tho aveuuo
toward toward tho point. The olllcer called
upon tho fugitive to halt aud was told to
"shoot and be ." Tho officer did fire
several shots iuto the air, Just to intimidate
tho fellow, but without ell'ect and he gavo
up tho chase. But Chiuf Myor heard of
tho fufB, took up tho chase, and after run
ning his mail through tho mud a foot deop
to a point soinu distance below the lower
incline, brought him to a halt and took him
and his lighting frivnd (?) bofnro Magis
trate Comings for trial. Tho names given
by tho two were Jako Aekorumij sod J. D.
Folansbeo. Both aro black-legs, mou who
bate honest toll and duspiso tho plebiaa
wheso nieagro talents compel him to stoop
to physical labor. Tho fivst named Is con
victed thief, known as n general "crook" to
the officers of nearly every community of
any size in tho west and south; the other is
probably not any better. They had been
here but a little while, keeping very shady,
but jealousy over an abandoned women
brought them together in a tight yestorday,
and afterwards to grief. Tho court, with
due regard for tho safety of the community
fined each one hundred dollars aud cost
for being vagrants and gave them three
hours in which to leave town.
Further details of the terrible work of
Saturday's cyclono, on tbo homestead of
Mrs. Van Noretrand, sister-in-law of Mr.
Thomas Lewis, near Springfield, Ills., is
given in Sunday's Register as follows
"Tho young man Hulett was the only one
who succeeded in getting into the cellar.
The foundation was of brick and the cy
clono seemed to descend front above and
crush it out of semblance. William Van
Norstrand, who died yesterday morning at
10 o'clock, was pinned to the floor of the
ruined house by two heavy timbers falling
on top of his head, crushing in head and
lace. He was chopped out with an ax.
Maggie Van Norstrand was doing very well
at last accounts, although grave fears are
expressed for her life. At this point the
cyclone looked like a cloud of black smoke,
and sounded like three locomotives pulling
a heavy train up a grade. It was first no
ticed near the Sugar creek bridge, and did
not look to be more than twenty or thirty
feet high. Almost all the stock were killed
or are missing from this place. Tho loss
is very heavy, but was insured for $3,200.
The casualties would not have been any
here, but William, in bis attempts to induce
his mother, who is an old lady, to go into
the cellar, delayed too long. The earth
trembled, as if with an earthquake.
In the storm ot Saturday near Spring-
fiold, Ills., a house belonging to Mr. Thom
as Lewis, of this city, and occupied by a
nephew, niece and sister-in-law ot Mr.
Lewis, was demolished, and all the inmates
were injured and Mr. Van Noretrand, the
nephew, a young man about thirty years
of age, died from tho injuries he received
and was buried Sunday. A Springfield
Register reporter, who was on the scene ot
the catastrophe soon after tho storm, spoke
of the terrible w.rk ot thj
wind on this premises as follows:
"This house was struck just as the family
were preparing to seek safety in the cellar,
and was completely demolished. Tho de
struction of the house was by far the light
est feature of the disaster, as all, or nearly
all, of the inmates were wounded, one of
them fatally. They were soon after taken
by the neighbors to the residence of Mr.
McVeight, and Drs. Matthews and Morgan
were summoned from the city to attend
them. They found William Van Nor
strand with his head crushed and in a dy
ing condition. His mother, Mrs. Jane
Van Norstrand, had a shoulder broken ; his
sister Maggie, had a thigh badly broken
by a falling timbor; and younger sister had
her hand injured; Miss Ann Van Norstrand,
late of the city, was quite badly injured on
the head and face. Henry Hulett, another
inmate ot the bouse, had his back hurt, not
badly." Mr. Lewis estimates the loss on
ouse and barn to bo between $1,500 and
2,000. He will go to Springfield to-mor
row to arrange matters for the futuro com
fort of the sufferers.
Upon the authority of a physician
whose reputation for truth aud varacity is
as unquestioned as his knowledge of the
causes and effects of natural phenomena is
thorough, we venturo tne assertion that
yesterday's blizzard was produced by the
ice factory which was, for tho first time
since its establishment, run for all it was
worth. Indignant citizens who shivered all
day in their summer aether garments
which scarcely cast a shadow on their skins,
being made of nistorial showing one thread
to about every square of four inches, made
frequent use of language cal
culated to provoke a breach
f the peace and threatened violence
against the proprietor of the concern that
had brought about tho abnormal condition
of the atmosphere. But they wore appear
ed when told that a warrant hud been duly
worn out against the offenders and that,
having been unable to give bond, they were
in the county jail awaiting trial. It is un
derstood, however, that the accusod will
make a strong defenso, charging that tho
sudden fall in the tempcraturo was the re
sult of a combination on the part of tho
orthern-lake-ico men the doctors, and the
clothiers who don't advertise, by which tbo
first are seeklnir to bankruut the artificial-
co-factory men end the other two or trying
to create a boom in mumps and overcoats.
here is certainly good ground for this do-
tense and it may help the Distilled Ico
Manufacturing company out of tho dilem
ma Into which popular wrath has put
A white man named Thomas Gregg
attempted to commit suicide yesterday
afternoon about 1 :30 o'clock, by jumping
uto tho basin of the fountain at Tho II at li -
ay. The water in tho basin is about two
feet duop but the man would certainly have
rownod but for timely assistance rendered
by oneot tho porter of tho hotel. Gregg
a brother of James M.Gregg, attorney of
Uarrisburg, 111., ho came here Saturday
with his brother and remainod hero, while
his brother went home. Ho audord
about the street and alleys, and yesterday
forenoon was seen ia partially intoxicated
condition, but not offensively so, Meeting
Constable Shoohan, ho made a mild threat
to kill himself, but tho officer thought tho
man wasn't serious about tho matter and
)id no attenton to him. After being
rescued Gregg was taken to police head
quarters aud made us comfortable as possi-
A.L A.B ASTIJSTJj.
FOR FINISHING, TINTING AND DECORATINO WALLS AND CEILINGS.
The On!y Natural and Durable Material Known for the Purpose.
WHITK AND A. VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL TINTS. CHEAPER, HAND
SOMER AND BETTER THAN CALCIMINE, PAINT OH WALL PAPER.
ANY HOUSKKKKPKU PAN APIM.Y IT.
OVER OLD WALL PAPER.
The result is surprising, as it obliterates all stripe's and colors, covers patches and will
not cause a wriuklu or blister in the paper: and the room is made proof against bugs,
etc., by brushing Alabastiuo in tho cracks and around tho casings und base, where it
sets like stone, l-tr Ready for use by adding hot water.jrj Fifty cents worth of Ala-
i i, v joiua ui wu wuu iwuvuuib; pnu one coat win pro
duce better work than can be done with one coat of any other preparation, on the same
surface. Call and see sample card of Tints and learn our prices.
Oliio Lovcq and.
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
ble near a hot stove, where he tat for hours
in a stupor from which it was difficult to
arouse him long enough to make him
change his position, or to say a few words
in reply to questions asked him. He spoke
quite intelligently, saying that he attempt
ed to drown himself because he was out of
money aud woik, but that, havlDg been
foiled, ho thought he would live a while
longer. Ho is apparently a stout, healthy
man, and in view of the fact that for weeks
Mr. P. Mockler has been advertising and
scouring the city for men to go down on the
Texas narrow-gauge road, fiee of charge,
and work for $1.50 per day, Mr. Gregg's
excuso for his rash act, that he has do
money and no work, is very silly indeed.
The sick man who went in cold water,
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m Ktaiy su amu uia yaugnier,
pneumatics seized him,
And nothing eased him,
I ill St. Jacobs Oil cured as it oughter.
The Taming of the Shrew.
Opposite yourcornpondent uta table
in Cornhill restaurant at dinner rwently
sat a man from Cambridge, who wa.s a
native of New Hampshire. Mooting an
old acquaintance, the conversation soon
turned on family topics, and the pair
began to talk about their former neigh
bors ia a iiKxt familial way. "Yes, re
marked the Cambridge gentleman, "Sam
was in many respeeis different from tho
rest of the boyn. You remember who
he uuimed? Well, when the old man.
bis father, found that he wa.s shiniu'
round with her, ho called him one day
in the barn and said, 'Sam, d'ye Intend
to marry Buckie?' Sam never said a
word, so the old man said: 'Mo bov, ye
know all about them. I can't tefl ye
nothin.' Ye know how the sisters ha
turned out, nnd not one of them is now
livin' with their husbands.' Sam win
ih mum as a pantomime, and just as
wton us he w;w ready he nnd Beckie got
They lived on a farm, ami everything
went on smooth for about a year, ami it
came to hog-bntcheiin' time. Sain got
ull ready to have the usual party for the
occasion, and int as he was sharoenin'
up the knivc hirkio came out and said:
'Sam, I'm goin' home.' Sam protested
in his quiet wav, but it wa.s no use, n)u
said he'd get a man to row her across
the pond. It was about half a mile over.
She said: 'Novo won't; ye" 1 1 row mo
over yeiNclf!" Sam told her he couldn't,
nnd Beckie fired up ami said: 'Then I'll
drown me.self.' Sum said he'd go w ith
her if she wanted to do that. So tho
boat was got ready, she got in, and they
rowed out till the water was twenty feet
di-ep. Then Sam stopped and said:
'Well, Beckie, this is a good place for ve
to drown vcrself!' Sho didn't open her
mouth, lie waited a while und then
said: 'Come, Beckie, I'm in a hurry to
git back.' She never looked up. Sam
put dow n the oars, caught hold of her,
ami pitched tier in. him grabbed lor tlio
boat, but he wouldn't let her git near it.
When sho was almost done out she said:
'Sam, let me in that boat and ye'll not
hoar anything more from mo out o' tho
"So ho pulled Iter in, and thev went
back home. She changed her clothes
ami entertained the guest They'renow
nearly W, anil on. never saw a happier
old couple did' you? I don't think they
ever spoke of that duckiu' since the day
she was goin' to drow n herself." Boston
THE DE3ERTED NEST.
BY AMAUA.LA MAHTIN.
In tbo dewoj woodhlnu, all fragrant and twuet,
wol.ttlo wroni mado a neit, dainty and noat;
And aont of dul ulit did thuy Jofu lyalng
Wlion four blrdlui paepud from tbo motbor-woa't
But, wbun they worn happy as bsppy conld bo,
A child n achud tbolr blrdlln, and stole of them
Tbo fourth raids a woo, pretty home of hor own
And the noul In tbo vluui swings empty and loae.
My lovud ono and I, but a few year ago,
Hullt a homo nuat with vlnoa and blOMoraa aglow,
And tlmo, liku a sunbuam, oaoio in through oar
door, ' i 1
And left tit his blunting, our tweet Detlllngs, four.
But, whua we wore happy as happy could be,
Death, reaching his hand for our darling, stole
The fourth spread hor wings and flow off with her
And the homo-nest's de-wtud and doiolato.
O poor, parnt-llrdlee! you've no eong to alng,
Bioce your brood rcit not 'neath the soft mother
wing And voti dally wait for tholr chirping and song
As tbo tolcelsM anmmer time pateet along. -Ho
wait ws for foot-etopn we nevor more hear.
Since none of our tender, young fledgelings are
Too eloee to the earth have our best treaivres
lain, . .
Let us build higher up, If we build again I ,
Cairo, Ills., May, 1883.
SPEOUli LOCAL ITEMS.
Motirei Hi this column, eignt ei-nu purJlne for
ret and Ave centa per Hue each euheequeut lneer
Hon. For one week. 30eute purlin, for one
month, SO cente per line
A saluslady in pry Goods establish
ment. Address Postohkicb.
Brick For Sale.
I have now on baud plenty of brick for
sale from my new kilo just opened.
t Jaooh Klein.
A fresh Milch Uow, aged six years, sod
calf. In the Cuurt-Huuso yard.
3t R. FJT7X1EIUI.D.
Wanted 25 Men
for railroad work; at go.nl wages, ship
Tuesday, May 221. Transportation free.
Apply to P. Mockler, IUilrwad house, be
tween 4th and 6th St., Commercial avenue.
A Cottage containing four rooms and a
kitchen, on Divuion street near ' Court
House. 8t R. Fitzolkald.
Notice To Shippers of Fruit and
Commencing Friday, May 13th, the Illi
nois Central rial road will run a fruit ex
press train between Cairo and Chicago
daily. Leaving Cairo at 9:30 a. m aud
arrive at Chicago 5 :15 a. ui.
lw H. C. DePck, Agent.
and board on Washington aveuue, between
Ninth and Tenth street, at reasonable
rates. Mas. Cvrxkt.
ria.no jor rtaio.
A good second-hand piano at a bargain,
pply to M. R. Kuhne, at Cairo Opera
T ' .l f I
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the limber, eiihtv arrea
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; farm
contains 192 acres; ie Bond county, Ills.,
2l miles Irom railroad station.
Xj. a. UCUS ETT.
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.:
g nnl, dry woorl, sawed, 14 per cord, aud
kindling 1 per load, at Jacob Kite's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Call at Mr. S. WilliamumV on
enth street near Commercial aveuue, and
liavo your old bats shaped and made over
in the latest style for the small sum ot
twenty five oents. tt
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmitbing aud wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty,
Worn done promptly. tt
That Hacking Cough can be 10 quickly
cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
fault. Bchuh, agent. ; (1)
J. C. Laoge, East St. Lnuis, 111., 'says:
"Two bottles of Brown's Iron Bitters cured
me of indigestion.". ,. -...i
Free of Charge.
All persons sullering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot tho Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Harry W. Schuh's drug
store and get a trial bottle or Vi. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderiul merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (U)
bBK a woman m another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
wnictt Boner s Port Orapo wino is, mado,
that is so biL'hly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persons and tho aged. Hold by druggists.
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
nest, early decay, loss ol manhood, Ac, l
will send a recipe that will crroyoti, khkk
ok cuakok. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America,
riend a soli-addressed envelope to tho Rev.
Joewu T. Imjun, Station, D Now York
jtfucKieu's Arnica Salve
The Bust Salve hi tho world for Cuts,
BrulBes, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rhoum, Fever
Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Bkln Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It M guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prlco
2H cents per box. For salo by Gko. K
Will vou suffer with DvsnoDsia nnd Liver
Complaint? . Shiloh's Vitalizcr is guaran
teed to cure. Paul O. Schuh, agent, ('i)