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r-M.m I'.irnnl is vrnrruiitcil ".U3-
fiCorvtoits wi hi-i'i- in vory ny.
cr tho niouev will In i ri iiiudod ly
till! pl'TftOll ffom whom it wus Urnilit.
T,pr.nlr(.pi'tpr.inoinivrt l.v nor Iwnll'W iliyl:in
.l l..uru... u. Uo .r. ' '' Vurtet'e'vS!
muM omfurialile an-1 i f.-t. iitd.'K ( irci tver
I'RK ESby Mall, IWcr I'aMl
Health lWrvl.., .r0. Heir-Al.llt.. t AO
Alidumlnel (extra heavy) .. Kuifdng. H &O
Uiallh l'r.crv(i) n cmtlt (". l'riin
fiUrt Kui'lM'l-llnit. l.fl.
Knraalc T It-u1ttr KeO.ll i i,l-. ( ,-e"irr".
CllK A(iO tOX! jliX .. t'Lloatru, III.
HAS DEEN PROVED
Tha SUREST CURE for
Vuity.vlcUmP THEN DO NOT
HESITATE! u juaaey- wv on et ouuo, ,m u
clt reoommeudiOand it willirpeedlly over-
I Hi no rOTOomplainttpoouliar
laClUlUOa toyour wi, auchMpaln
1 ana wtojiw j - " m
m it wiU act promptly and aafcly.
timer OCX. aUMUUUUWUW, wit w ,
brlclc duetorropr deposits, anddull drafcffing
'piiM, U npeodily yield to its curativo power.
43 bULX U I JlLtU iJJJiJ -niT
A wcHknrun clergyman, Hev. X. Cook, of
Trempeleap. W.a.. ty: 'I fiiul Kidney-Wort
tVHi i i im lor kidney and liver trouble."
IS A SURE CURE
for all dlseaee of the Kidneys and
It baa apmiflo action on Uii moat Important
orcia, enabling It to throw off torpidity tad
Inaction, stimulating the healthy accretion of
Ui Bile, and by keeping" the bowc'J in tr
tv.1lirS' Ifyon are auffcrin-from t
nlSlUllaa malaria, have the chill, I
t.ni - A H j, MMfMHnirAl ITllflMV
re li;;oui,,uj w wu.mj- , .
Wort will iuroly relieve and quickly cure.
In the Spring to cleanse tho Syitem, every
on ahould take a thorough oourae of it.
U- SOLOBYDRUCCFSTS. Prtcl.
"Lat jcar 1 vti-nt to Europe." jy Il. nry W'arl.
Ire h Mfg., S 11. S. Ji. Y.. now living at
1W. Side .u-.. J V. HH'hU, N. J . "onlv to
ri'turn wi ree irmn rhrM-.tr litr complB lit. Ki'l
rev-Wort, f n lhM report, t tivi u me lu-tu-r
health than I'xr n ft-iforf cijioed for rna:iy.
jnativ yeart," Ut't cared now iiud eonrcqtn utiv
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE CF
To other diacaee ia o preralent In thi conn.
tryaaOomUpaUon, and no remedy ha ever
equallM the celebrstjxi Kidney-Wort a al
the um, thle rotacdywilloveroomeit.
nil IT R TilXB QiBtroaaiug ouru
rlLtili tilaint la Terr apt to be
complicated wlthotroattpetioJi. K-ldney-Wcm
latnmirtheni the weakened part! and quickly
lourw all klnda of Pilea erven when phyatdan1
and medidnea nave before wioo.
Q. tyif you have either of those trouble.
IPRrCS 11.1 USE I OrM&Rieta
" I will n; ommi'i.d it evcr.A iti','- wrllcuJui"
II Mnyur, Carriazn Maniifacuivr, Mv'Tciown. l .
"bt'C'ic ll" Kl li)i Wort-','( i iiKi) jiy wlv..'
cTHE GREAT CURE
k. II ll k w lit rt I I w 111
JAa it ia for all t!io painful dlacaana of the
i I VtnupvB I lfm tun nnui.i a
nl It olMnaoe the .ystcra of tlin acrid ootaon
(Clthat oauaea tlie drcsulM auflcrini which
r I TunnsAune eiere
C only Hie vlotlma ofllheuiruituim can realiaa
f the wont lornm cf tiiia Urnliio diaoaee
S nave oeen quickly reliovod, ana In short tiuu
U PRICK, it. 1.101 in lilt lmv. Nni.n nv m:l r.i:icT
WELU. RioMAjanr,QTJ ft Co.. Dnrlinrton Vt
".Mr. Wtilti'r ('rim., mv ciictiimur. wan pnwtrate I
wllli rlnii mi at icm for two voir: tried. In vain, all
reui niii';Ki iticy 'nrt aloi.e oi iiru him. i tiave
I tied It int and know mat III u'"o1. '' l'ortion
of a It-it i ft n J. I,. WillBtt, d ttiKi, Flint, Mich
The only known njwelflc for Epileptic Fit.
Also for Fpaum and Falling Plekne, Nervou
WiakiicH It Itntantly 'llevea and cures, fleaniwl
IiI'hmJ and quicken luifglh circulation, Kcutnv
Hie iicnn of dleac and avcii tlekncB. Cure
u'lj- Mutelict and ntublxiru blood m.rc. Eilmlnatei
Iloll, Carbuncle nd Scald. Hyivmiajienlly and
promiTtly cnni pnily!. Yc, It I a cliarmlnsr and
lienllliful Aperient. Kllli Ki rufula and King Evil,
twin brother. CUange hal breath to ood, rvmov.
ll.ethc Pu(!. n.iut Mllou, tendenclc and make
clear complexion. Equalled by none In the delirium
of fcviT. A chanuliiir -olvent and a matehleii
laxatlvo. It drive BUk Headache llkot)ie wind.
ur Luuiain no aranuc ctliartlc or opiate, lii Hi ve
the brain of morbid f ancle. Froinptly cum Itheu
matlun by rontlnc It. Beatorc Ufe-Klvlng propi r
tint to the blood. I. guaranteed to cure all nrrvou
disorder. EFI(olloMo when all opiate fall. he.
fre.be I he mlud and invigorate the body. Cure
dy ijiepaia or money refunded.
Weawcif the blood nwti It arnnqiteror. Kndnmed
In wrlilnnhy over tlfty thou-and lea.lliig citUcna.
tUerRTmeu and pli)-lclan In V. M. and Europe.
( trroraalc by all leading druK(rtt. 1JK). (IS)
For Teatluionlal and circular aend (tatnp.
Tkt Dr.SJL Ricbnond Kad Co. SL Joseph.1.0.
' THK DAILY
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All Coinmnulcatiou thould he addretacd to
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rublntlier and Proprietor.
When a wee bit oi a chiltl almost a
bnby I remember tbat ono day my
father called nio to tlio low table, which
was just about on a level with my eyes,
"Look at the Polly-dancers!"
Ho had brought in a preen pine-twig
from the wood-pile, hailcut oil" half a
dozen brush-like little tufts, had
trimmed their tips and then, blowing
upon them gently, hud set them (lanc
ing about the table us if they were alive.
Ihey floated this way and that, each
taking its own direction; and when one
moved too near the edge of the table, a
light pufl' from his lips would send it
back again. They seemed to mo like
tiny grecn-skirtod sprites having a frolic
together, ryid 1 wholly forgot my rag
babies and my Loudon" dolls in my rap
ture over the Polly-dancers.
When I asked, ''Where did tho Polly
ilaucers come from?" and was answer
ed, "From the woods," a whole new,
unexplored world rose before me.
There was a dark-blue outline against
the sunset, across the river, and ai.
other line of purple-green in the north,
toward the sea, which I had heard
called "the woods." The name had
been full of mystery to me, before; but
from that moment it stood out for a
wonder-land the home of the Polly
dancers! How I longed for tho time
when I should be old enough to go to
the woods! And when one slimmer day,
a year or two after, my brother asked
and gained leave to take me with him
a-borrying, was not I happy girl?
The walk was through a" long street,
pat a great many houses, and then over
an open, unshaded road. Hut at last
we were there. When the cool, lofty
greenness closed us in, and fresh earth
smells came up from the moss and
ferns beneath our feet, I seemed to
know it all as if I bad been there be
fore. These were really "the woods"
of my dream!
My brother seated me on a great rock
covered with lichens, ami told me not
to move from the pot until he came for
me. Then he went out of sight with
his basket, whistling. I felt like crying
for loneliness when I saw him disappear,
but the stillness around me inspired a
feeling of awe that made me afraid to
utter a sound. And presently I began
to feel at homo in the wonderful place.
There were soft whisperings all about
nio, that seemed like kind voices of tinT
seen friendly people, rustlings as of gos
Nothing would have tempted niefrom
my perch, for I had read of elves and
irnotnos and fairies, and I firmly be
lieved in them. They always lived in
the woods; and though I would gladly
have stepped inside a fairy-ring, ju.-t
once, I would not for worlds have, done
so without first feeling my hand fs t in
my brother's, else I was sure I should
never see home again. Hut be did not
believe in fairies, and I soon forgot that
I did as I listened to tho song of the Polly-dancers.
For there they were, thousands and
tens of thousands of them, up iu those
great trees, dancing with their feet out
to the sky, and making such music to
gether, low, sweet and solemn! I have
never forgotten how it sounded to me
that first time 1 heard it. It seemed to
tell me that the world was a larger and
lovelier place than I had dreamed, and
that it would always have awaiting me
wiinething grander than I could guess.
Of course, 1 had no words for my feel
ings then; I did not even know'that I
was having "feelings" at all. A child
never does, until long afterward. Hut
the leellups oonie back, and we remem
ber the moments when we began to be
acquainted with the world and with our
selves. My brother and I walked home, two
merry, tired, matter-of-fact children. He
had left me only a half-hour or so alone;
and he did not confide to me until we
were almost home that his basket,
which seemed brimful of huckleberries,
was really crammed with fresh leaves,
and that there was only a thin layer on
the top! 1 remember thinking what are
markable boy he was to have conceived
such a clever artifice. Hut he had not
liked either to take mo into Uio bushjs
or to leave me long alone; mid he did
not leave me long alone; and he did not
wish to appear unsuccessful in his search
for berries, if he should chance to pas
other boys. He little dreamed how
much more than berries I had found in
the woods that day. -Am Larcmn in
A Detroit firm hired a new bookkeeper
the other day, and on the secoud mommc
about 10 o'clock. -Then ho came to the
offleo in such a condition that the senior
partner felt called upon to say;
"Sir, you are drunk!"
"Ye!, shir," was the prompt reply.
b,wi.L'?:.U.M1ri:::se 1 a drunken
ThaVur,,ik,,nV',H.llir-1 1,llU know,
find ou w. UlUt"1 f r tW "H-rning-te
lo ir - M 1,,'(TUU want 'lf loTtw-P
i S ,S, Br.,V.ln.u 0: ,,nmk 1111 ''
"Well, my son, l,avo von loch toi
church thin eyoiimg?" Hbkcd a fond
mother of hor darling boy, who had Jujt
como homo froin his sweetheart' house,
where ho met bit loved one. "No,
mother dear," uJd tho hopoful ooo.
"bnt I'm Ua Ia hmwUmi1' . ,
OAlttO nULLRTlN: FBIDAY MOKNlNir, JUNE
The Urownine Triumph of a Moxican.
Tho hat is beyond comparison the pot
article of a Mexican's dress. Even tho
matter of the dents in the crown is used
;o convey a meaning. Four donts must
5e arranged in every sombrero. Ono on
?ach wide, one in front and one behind.
Tho significance of this arrangement is
lint, when there was a difVerence of opin
ion in thiscountry in regard to the rights
f tho church, and tho two parties wero
formed, ono in favor of the church and
ane against it, tho church party adopted
.his device as a distinguishing: mark, and
llieso four dents arc intended to give the
jrown a rtido form of tho cross. There
lias been no burning questions dividing
tho nation recently, so tho four dents
have remained, as is tho case with many
other customs, long after thoir original
significance has been forgotten. Tho
sombrero is exactly analogous to a lady's
bonnet. The only way in which tho in
dividual taste is hampered is in regard
to the general shape. The amount, style
and cost of trimming is left wholly to
the owner's will. I ho Mexicans have
evolved an article whoso variations in
trimming are positively bewildering.
The most popular form now is a double
coil of silver rope varying from one
fourth to three-fourths of an inch in di
ameter. Heforo the band took its pre
sent form it was a heavy braid of silver
cord, and the indications are that the
cumbrous shape now in vogue will soon
be succeeded by several turns of a light
er cord, occupying from two to four
inches at the base of tho crown. The
chiuico for display which the brim af
fords is not slighted. There may be on
ly a narrow ribbon of silver running
around the outer edge, or, as is frequent
ly the case, it is wholly hidden by the
amount of trimming on both the i'Pf,p,r
and the under side of the brim, lids
silver ribbon is woven into various fanci
ful and intricate designs, and forms an
important element in tho decoration of
the hat. There is the utmost diversity
of color among the sombreros, varying
from pure white to simple black. Drab
is the most used color, doubtless on ac
count of the dust which at times is over
whelming. The material generally used
for the manufacture of sombreros is felt
with a smooth or furry finish as the own
er may wish. Many fine sombreros of
straw with trimmings of leather are
seen. Silver is almost universally used
as trimming, although gold is occasional
ly met. Indeed, the sombrero, both lit
erally and figuratively, forms the crown
ing triumph of tho Mexican's dress, and
the amount of mone which may be
spent on it is only limited by the wishes
of tho owner. Correspondence of tte
A lot of Hoston tourists, were recently
traveling in a sleeping car, also a Neva
da traveler. In the morning when the
porter went round to collect his assess
ments on boot blacking there was a great
commotion among the Hoston tourists.
Some paid him a live-cent nickel, and
those who had no uickle were compelled
to yield u) short bits. All the while the
Nevada man, divv-cd in ordinary clothes,
sat reading bis newspaper. When tho
porter reached him he looked up in
quirinily. "Did you black my boots, sir?"
"You did a splendid job: never had
mv boots blacked so well before on this
line. Here's three dollars."
When tho pori'T pocketed the money
the Hoston people looked up astonished,
and prcMMitly it a rumored about thai
John Ma-kcy was aboard or Enoch
Sirother wa- out on a campaigning trip.
In a few minutes the Nevada man and
tie' purt'T met (by chance) in the smoking-room.
When does my sleeping ticket rua
"Your time was up, .sah. at Ogden,
but if you want to ride to Ilcno, boss,
it's nil light, sah."
Tin' traveler gave the darkey a drink
out of a blai-k bottle, and the portei
winked continuously for tiine seconds
is he drank the traveler's health.
Six dollars aved. Economy is the
road to ui ;i!th. --Carton Xt V.) Appeal.
Old Si was asked by one of our nier-
"Si, do you know a darkey by the
lame of Davis?"
"Sisero Davis wid de red eye dat got
burned in the powder sploshin?"
"Yes, he's tlio man.
"Well, I kno's him."
"Is he reliable?"
"Oiii'ull, but it 'ponds mottghtyonde
jizness dat he's 'gaged in at de time!"
"What business would he suit best in
is a porter?"
"Well, ter tell ye de flat-foodid, mi
topbistieated Iruf'o, dar's one place
A'har d;U nigger coif d wuck an' be ez
limes' ez de day -an' dat's as porter iu
:r n al-'Mate stc,'! In dat case de o'ner
ud be liable t.r nue de propurty a!his
f'ss where ho !cf hit!"
The gentleman named Davis wit i A
ingaged. fivonjiu Major.
Statk op Illinois,
Allxandlh County. (
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umiini nenoiwu in iiiu Dllnni VOUNiy
Conunissioneis of Alexander county be
Kan hiiJ held at the court house in the city
of Cairo, said county and state, on Monday
the 4th day of June, A. I). 1 883.
Pa-sen t, Thos. W. Halliduy, chairman;
Peter Saup, James II. Mulcahey, ami Shiii'I
J. Humiii, clerk.
The minutes of tho last reyulur meetiiiu
were, on motion approved.
A petition from citizens of Clear Creek
precinct, uskiiigfor tho vacation of a por
tion m the rottil in Kuctiou number B town.
a'lip H, ratiyo 5, went, wuh preeutod to the
uoaru ami coinus alao other citizen, of said
precinct objecting to said proposed cliang
ttnu my noma i,ein ( not fully advised
relation thereto, but beliur anxiotia to do
justice to ull dnrtiei. concerned. On mo
tlOli U'llllUISsKlUL-r Muloahev. uoo, Inatnirt
- 1 -. .. - .......
Od (0 L'O Mid CXmilitlU into aai.l l,r,,n,,...,l
chance nt the ixiH:ue 'of tlm tfiiiiili unit
make report thereof at the July lenloh of
The poliliou and bond of Jmuei II. No
bhi for permission to keep and mvntnin a
dram shop at East Cape Girardeau was
presented to tho board, and it appearing
tlmt all the nquir mcnts of law have been
complied with said bond wan on motion
approved, and license graffied.
Tho bond of Simeon 11. Jones and John
son Daily for permission to maintain and
operate a ferry on tha Mississippi river
from the town of S.inU Fe in Alexander
county; to the City ot Commerce, in tho
canity of Scott and state of Missouri was
submitted to the board, on motion approved
and license granted for the period of ono
year, from the first day of January, A. 1).
The bill of Mrs. L. C. Oibbs, County
Superintendent of schools amounting to
").40 for school election blanks was on mo
tion rejected, for the reason that this board
iu fixing the compensation of said officers
at the September session, 1883, and raising
the same to 300 per annum, provided that
Hitid ol'iccr was to furnii.li all necessary
blanks and stationery at their own expense.
The application of II. McKemle for an
addition! allowance for what destroyed on
ground taken foi county road purposes was
rejected. The f 15 heretofore allowed, be
inj in the opinion of the board full com
pensation for the sum.
The lollowiuu named persons were select
ed, aud on motion they are hereby appoint
ed to serve as grand jurors at the next July
term of the Alt xander county circuit court
First Cairo Precinct Joseph SteagaU
and Thomas Wilson.
Second Cairo Precinct John Gates,
Louis ami Hurler.
Third Cairo Precinct Egbert Smith and
Fourth Cairo Precinct John Reese and
D. J. Galijjhan.
Fifth Cairo P.eciuct Geo. F. Ort and
Goose Island John II. Fos cr and Ish
mael R Rings.
Thebes Martin Rrown and C. A. Mar
chiidon. Elco Miles Cauble and John Pilliards.
Beech Ridge - Guo. D-Gchkr.
Lake Milligan Wm. Greenley.
Stota Fe French Jones.
East Cape Girardeau Jas. L Sanders.
Clear Creek A. J. Hunch.
Sanduiky George Yocum.
Unity H. F. Curtis.
For yood sufficient reasons presented to
the board, the following persons were ex
cused from serving as road supervisors, viz:
C. B trnett, district No. 0.
Thos. Reeves, district No. lo.
John Gearing, district No. 17.
Jas. L. Sanders, district No. IS.
And on motion said vacancies were filled
by '.he following apK)intments, viz:
Phillip Feldon, district No. 0.
Geo. W. Freez.-, district No. 13.
Norman Gale, district No. 17.
W. O. Sanders, district No. 18.
The following claims against the county
were allowed, but inasmuch as the county
has drawn warrants against, and in antici
pation of the taxes already leased to the
full extent thereof, it is therefore ordered
that the clerk is hereby directed not to draw
any warrants for the payment of said claims
until the further order of this board, except
ing those drawn against the road and bridge
fund and the special cutlet house fund tor
which orders can bo drawn, there being in
each of said funds one of which said claims
are payable an unpeuded balance :
ON ACCOUNT OK I'AUPKKS,
Monroe Whitaker, maintaining 111-
ram Stnpler 3 m- s. to June 1. .f 18 00
C. 0. Patier & Co., mdse. per order
of Er. W(od 3.i 50
Mury Byrnes, maintaining Mrs.
tuntniH'liHm d mo. June 1 , . . . 19 50
Win. Wood, 3 ino. stlary aud other
expenses 190 2
Iiis-me Asylum, 6 mo. care of pa
tients 123 l!3
City Property Co., 3 mo. lease of
lot 5 00
St. Mary's Infirmary, care of patients
burial, etc 35 80
Total f!33 30
ON ACCOUNT OK STATION Kit Y FUND, ETC.
Caito Bulletin, in full bill the sum
of 40 00
Cairo City foul Co., 13 tons of coal 30 00
Culver Pai! llayne &. Co., books
and bUnks 22 33
0. 1). Barnard & Ca, iu full of bill
for books, blanks, etc., the sum
of 70 55
Total.., 107 88
ON ACCOUNT OK CONTINOBNC'IKS
Cairo Bulletin Co. printing briefs in
suits against thecouuty $ 4,000
John Hodges clothing and railroad ,
fare lor insane patients ID 25
C. W. Henderson, tin boxes for
county clerk's oflice 27 25
City Gas Co, repairs on um fixtures 3 65
do gas for Oct. to Dec. 2, 1882
and March and April 1883.... 51 37
S. J. Ilunim, 8 month oflice ex
penses, express chstges 0 80
A. H. Irviu 3 months same 7 05
I. Burner, blankets for jail 4 50
C, 0. Patier, for water kefl and fsu-
J. T. Rennie, repairs on jail cells 14 80
Total $178 02
ON ACCOUNT OK COUNTY COUItT
J. II. Robinson. 1 year's salary as
county Judge $180 00
ON ACCOUNT OK DIKTINO PKIBONKIt.
R. Fitzucrald. 3 months to June 1
1883 ...I UO 40
ON ACCOUNT OK COUNTY CLICI1K.
8, J. Humm, preparing httok for
assessor and 8 month's official
tees $184 00
Do 18 davi clerk of court and board
to date Bt 00
ON ACCOUNT OK Bl'l'KIUNTENDENT OK
Mrs. L. C. Gibbg, 1 year's salary. . 75 00
ON ACCOUNT OK KOADfl AND BHIDUES.
Peter Saup, expenses to the county
examining bridges $ 4 05
Thos. VV. Halliday, money advancod
to N.IIunsacker for road labor 175 00
Do moijuy advanced to repair eot-
tonwood Slough and repairing
county road jjouurally, as per
vouchers 170 03
S. R. Jackson, building bridge at
D. C. Atherton'sptrcontiact. .$ 40 00
Hooppavv & Alherton, lumber tor
road and bridge purposes 0 80
Dan't Leiitz, repairing Unity
bridgo per contract 00 00
f. II. Mulcahey, road service 3 00
John McNulty, spikes for bridge. 1 25
J. II. Bmalling, balance for repair-
irir road, near Hodges' Park . . 00 00
M. V. B. Sweeney, iu full of bill as
road supervisor 10 00
Total $ 550 23
N ACCOUNT OK SPECIAL COUIIT IIOU8K KUND.
II. F. Blake, repairs on the several
county offices 09 65
J. 8. Hawkins, repairs on county
court room 5 00
Do, repairs on court house ball...' 12 00
W. M. Davidson, repairs on court
house 20 35
F. Schombs, repairs on chairs,
table, etc 15 30
Dan'l Kelley, repairs on court
house 0 00
Total $131 30
ON ACCOUNT OK I'EIl DIEM.
Thos. V. Halliday, I day com $ 3 00
Peter Saup, 1 day com. ,
J. H. Mulcahey, 1 day com. and 10
Total 10 60
There being no further business on mo
tion the board adjourned sine die.
Sam'L J. Ht'MM,
of total amount allowed out of each fund a
this session of the board :
Ain't outof stationary & fuel fund$ 177 88
pauper fund 433 ;;0
contingent fund 178 02
county court fund .... 180 00
dieting prisoners fund 14'l 40
tup't of schools fund. 75 (O
county clerk fund 238 lit)
road and bridge fund. 550 23
special court bouse. . . 131 30
per diem fund 10 00
Sam'l J. Humm, Cierk.
To ail w ho are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac 1
wiil hend a recipe that w ill cere you, fki.k
ok chakob. This great remedy w;is
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a self-addressed envelope to the Ref.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I)., New Yoik
l-ifThe Diamond Dyes for family use
have no equals. All popular colors easily
dyed, fast and beautiful. 10 cents a pack
age for any color.
4,A Celebrated Case."
It seems nrobnble that Mr. Michael
O'Connor, of Galesbur", HU is not related
to the celebrated Charles O'Connor. He
says: "Samaritan Nervine cured inc ot
djspepsia and general debility.
I could scurcely speak ; it was almost
impossible to breathe through my nostrilc
Usit'g Elys' Cream Balsam a short time I
was entirely lelicvtd. My head has not
no been so clear nor voice so strong in
j ears. 1 recommend nns aomiraoio reme
dy to nil alllietcd with catarrh in the tiead.
J. (). lithcnor, dealer in boots and shoes,
Elizabeth, N. J.
tKK a woman in another column uear
Spier's Vineyard, picking grapes from
which Spoer's Port Gripe wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profet-sion, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
O. P.Cunningham, Champaign, III., says:
"I am selling a larue amount of Brown's
Iron llitteis, ami it fiils the bill remarkably
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
i.moiiy them are Nervi usuesa, Nervous De
bililv. am) unnatural weakness of Genera
liu.. Or, no, y AHmii'm llrnin TTood t-Urr.i-t.sful-
ly overcomes these troubles and restores the
Millerer to his foiiner vigor. $ I. At drug
To The West.
Thcie are a number oi routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable loute is via Saint Louis and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, heaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
(iri.t ii. nke are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
if"rni'i ""1'iect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, uui oeaumui
through tho finest nor-
-V' III I " 'i"' I f.
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send Tor
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of'thi
line, which will lu mailed iree.
f U K'immav. F. ClIANDI.EK,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. A-nt. (lon'l Pass Agent.
Notion to Contractor.
Hid will bo received at the office of the Con sty
rick up to Monday, .Inno tho OTtu nt, lor the
I..Onail..n ilrnrlli'A f d Wllflf. Vial Vol do lVHr-
lint on Ihii county road betwnen the city limit of
( alro at sycamore Kircct ant me mm nrni.auTvi
( actio Itlvnr - ism or S o.i cubic yard of irravel of
Bond Quality tor siirn piirpn.e, ram uravri
?. i J .ii.i.it,ni,i nvur a.ni iti.taime. Sai l work
to liu co niiieiied within one month from thnao-
ceplance of bid. and loljo compieten ny novemour
t ie 11 next, i ne noaru ro"r;' " V .i.Tii ..
Iinl any aud all hid. SAM'L J. HUM'..
Caliu Juua Lllli, ist. Oouuiy i;itk,
THE GREAT GERMAN
Jti lh veK mill cure
MAC KAMI K,
Soreneo, Cut, Bruit,
III It.NM, MCAI.DIV,
And all oilier iMidlly aitliaa
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold hy nil DruKirlota and
Denier.. Direction lu 11
The Charles A. Vogettr Co.
Ihaiai u A VIMIULKK t 'XI )
POUT GJIAPE WINE
SpkEU'8 pOHT GPAl'K WNE !
FOUR YEARS OLD.
THIS CEI.EHUATEI) NATIVE WINE 1 mad.
from thpjulre of the Oporto Orapc, raited In
thll country. It Invaluahlc tonic and (trenetb
tiling pmperlien ar. unurpaed bv anjr ottirr
Native M'lue. It-lnif the pore Juu of ti e Grape,
produced nniler Mr. Spcer'a own personal (upervl
ion. It purity and genuim ne.n, am Kuarncteed
Thi roune: child mn y partake of lir r- nerou
qualllie. and the woikei-l luvalid io-e ll to advan
latti! It la particularly benrflrlal ti ;h (ed and
debilitated, and nuitud thu arioas allaieni lb at
affert th weiiker ei It l In every reaped A
WINK TO BE KEI IKIl UN.
Speer's P. .1. Sherry.
The V. J. HHKKKV I a wiuo of Superior Char
acter and artnke of the rich gaalitlea of th grape
from wh'cn It i tr.ade For 1'urity. lilchuere, Kia
vot and M.-diclnal Properties U will Le found ud
excelled. Spoor's P. J. Plainly.
This KKAN'DY tand anriva'cd In tbl Country
beitur far peril. r fur medicinal pnrto.i'. It 1 a
pnredlrtlllation Iro n theirnpe. tod cuntaln va.
ualile raedlcitial prnpertle.. It ha a delicate fla
vor. inelar to that of Ihe (rraM., frmn w hich It I
dlitilled. nd I In great favnr amonv (lrt-cl.
famllien. see that the i;rnture of ALFKED
rll'EEK, I'.alc, . ., over Ibe cork of each
Sold Uy PAUL SC11UII
AND BY DKLViUISTS KVKR V WH tiHU.
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Baa btra o froqtienUy and aatlafactnrfly pnmn
that it eeni aliuoat auperlluou to aay aoythinaT
more in their favor. The imniwme and cowUiitly
tuereaalaM' deniaad for them, boUi in thi and forrUra
oountrlea, ia the bent eWdeiice of their Value. Their
aale today In tha t'altod State ia far greater than
any other cathartic medicine. Tula demand tat
not paaiuoilio, it U regular and atoady. It la not
cf to-day or yoHtcrday, it U an Uicreaae Uiat ha been
steadily irrowUia forUiolart thirty -flveyeara. What
art the reaaon for thia Kreat and growliur dcniaud r
Dr.SrliPncU'a Mandrake rillacrmtain nomar.
cury, and yet they act with wonderful effort Un
the Uer. They cliae the atoiuacb and bowel of
all irriUUiur niatUir, which. If allowed to remain.
loiw.ua Uie blood, aud briiiir on 11 alaria. Chill and
Fever, and many other dwuwwa. They Rive nualUi
and trenrth to the dijroeUvo cnratia. Tbcy cruata
apiwtlteaud irlvevlinirto the whide irriiteiu. They
aro in fact the tuedidua of all oUieni wulch ahould
be taken in time like the prowttt, when nialurlalaoil
ottiorepidHniii'aareratrtnif. an Uey preiretlieay.
leu to ruaut attacks ot dawaee of every character.
Dr. Hrhrnrk'a Mandrake Pill are sold by all
dnunrtata at S'.'ir.. par box, or acut by Uiall, l-utiud,
on ruoetirt of j'rioo.
Ir. Hchenck' Bonk on rnnnplloii, IJv
er Complaint and lyi?PHln, in r ukU!i or
Oenuan, 1 aetit frw to ail. Adilrem lr. J. II.
M'lli'.Nt H M istll, rnimnrnimiu rn.
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0 PACKET COMPANY'S I
Pino Blds-Wheol Passenaer Iteamsri
KtfOiftJK.BUlU.iN37 0M, KOCK INLAND.
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LACKO&SU, BT. PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS.
Ht, 1'hmI l'nrlitnlmr Ht. Lniil nvnrv Monilny.Wml
neiuiiiyiind Friduy, at 4 p.m. (,nlner A Kwkuk I'auk
l. ImireHI. Iuladnllir, Hiimliiy eicejtd, hi I p.m.
Kai'urslntl Ticket nt low rnteaKi Hl.Piiul, lMk
Mlnnnlnnka find nil NniiheroHiiinmerltewirla, IXrwiS
and ehwiiet runt to lmiili(,MiintiiuHandManltota.
I''nr lllu.lraled Onlilo lloek, tlmeluhliw, iniMwiuier
ami riwight rate. bikI mlmr Infut mutliin, Hililrmw,
BT. LoUlB BT. PAULPAtiKKT OO,
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