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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 22, m
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect jour PREMISES. Wo have a large
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BROMO CHLORALUM, GffiONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
JfKW YOliK STOKK,
WHOLESALE AND ItETAII
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT1ER &OC.
Cor. Nineteenth etreet I OairO. 111.
Commercial Avenue f VaiiU, ttl.
Manufacturer tnd Dealer In
8th Stree,, between Com'l Ave. "d Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KIX08 or ASfCMTION.
fe Reared. All Kind of Kevs Vede.
in . tarns.
ESBIBT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL.
N. B. Thistle wood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, ... Illinois.
136 and 138 Commur
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
full line of all the Intent, newest colon
and quality, aud bent manufacture.
Body Bmimi'lf, Ttpestrlt-s, Iugtams,
Clothe, A Ac.
TVs D part men', occupies a full door and
1 complete In all respects. Goods are
guaranteed ol latest ityle and beat ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Good!
Cairo & St. LouIh Packet.
The palatial Anchor Line steamer
Will cave Cairo every Saturday and Tuesday eyon
tog at o'clock, Riving Cairo a dally boat for lit,
For particulars an rates, etc., aooly to Cant.
Tboa. W. Khlelds, General Agent, or Sol A. Silver,
Cairn Ac New Madrid Paokt.
Tbe fine passenger and freight steamer
wilt leave Cairo tvory Monday, Wednesday and
74 OHIO LEVEE
and Cor. 8th & Wash. Ave.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In tnese coinmoi. ten cent per line,
lach Insertion and whether marked or not. if calcu
lated to toward any raau't bushiest Interest are
always paid for. .
Sweeping reduction in all departments,
to make room fall stock. Stuart. It.
Miss Anna Morse is in the city, visit
ing at the residence of Mr. Henry Wells.
Services will bu held to-day at the us
ual hours in the PreBbytotian church, Rev.
B. Y. George officiating.
Alderman Harry Walker has been con
fined to his room for Beveral days.
A new roof is being put upon St. Pat
rick's Catholic church. During this week
painters will go to work on the exterior.
Surgeon R. P. M. Ames, medical officer
in charge ot the U. S. Marine Hospital at
Evansville, Ind., with his wife, are in town
visiting Dr. Benson.
An order for a $46.00 fall suit of cloth'
es given away. For particulars inquire at
Teichman's Billiard Parlor. Su-4t
In the Methodist churcn there will bo
no morning service to-day. Sabbath School
will be held in tbe ttternoon as usual, and
at night an Interesting service will be con
ducted by the superintendent and choir.
500 manufacturer'! sample ladies' and
genu' pocket books and puraea very cheap.
The earthquake of tbe 14th instant
shook glaw out of tbe court house windows
at Wickliffe. The Wickliffe Plaindealer
ays this could not have been the result of
the reverberations of distant thunder.
Gentleman, you can save money by
wearing the James Means $3.00 shoe. For
sale only by Haythorn & Sloo. 3t
Mrs. Walker returned from Crcal
Springs Friday night. City Comptroller
Howley's family remained at the springs.
Mrs. John Sheeban is so well pleased at the
outlook that she purchased a couple of lots
on which she will erect a hotel this fall.
Final and wonderful reductions in
fans and parasols to close the season.
Probably the Argus misunderstood
Btato Senator Hogan, as to the amount call
ed fur by "tho paper of Meyer and Hogan
duo in the City National Bank"
here. The amount was not (050, but $050,
the other $300 having been advanced, wo
were informed, from tho private purses of
the gentlemen Bamcd.
Andrew Lohr'i Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a puro pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the loading saloons.
Friday tho driver of a huxtcr wagon
drove onto the Wabash track near the New
York store and stood there until the row
catcher of an engine coming up the track
at tho rato of six miles per hour tapped the
hind wlieol of his wagon, when bo con
cluded to got bis rig out of tho way. For
tunately no damage waa douo.
Comlque Moonlight excursion on tho
steamer Three States to-night at 8 o'clock
Yesterday tho merchants hero wero
deprived of their usual semi-daily or tri
daily telegraphic market reports from Chi
cago. Until yesterday morning the rcportc
had coma as usual. Thoir failuro is accep
tod as an indication that tho striking tele
graph operators are likely sosn to gain
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, $4.00 per thousand, at Tim Bullb-
tin office. Perforating 25 to 50c, number
ing $1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call and sec samples of
paper or chocks, tf
About 3 o'clock yesterday morning a
frame dwelling at ColumhuB, Ky was dls.
covered te bo on fire. The tiro was discov
erod and tbe alarm was given and tho flro
quenched in timo to prevent great damage.
It was decided by those who saw tho fire
first, that it was a case of incondiarism and
suspicion foil upon i man named Gardner
who had boon teoo prowling around. Gard
ner was seen to hurry toward the river,
was followed by tho crowd, soon to embark
in askitrwhich ho had handy and cross over
to Missouri. A half dozen moo followed
him over the river aud tracked him to Han
son station on tho Iron Mountain road,
where they lost track of him.
We offer special bargains in ladioa'
and misses' low button shoes and slippers,
It will pay you to inspect. Stutrt. It.
James Price, lato of Scott county,
Illinois, deceased, leit property in said
county, by will, to the heirs ot Levi Price,
who is said to reside in some part of South
ern Illinois. Any information in regard to
tho poHt olHco address of Levi Price, or any
of his heirs, will bo thankfully received by
Thomas Owings, Jr., Chapin, Illinois.
Jno. Ilervey was before Magistrate
Comings charged by Chief Myers with ac
ting as public porter without having a li
cense from the city clerk authorizing him to
do so. Ho had been carrying on tiie business
with his usual boldness, besetting strangers
like a leech and occasionally insulting
them when they happened to bo ladies. He
was fined $10 and costs by the court.
Greatest bargains in bleached and
brown cottons, prints, ticks, denims, ging
hams and cheviots ever shown in Cairo.
Miss Ma Willianis-Kroger, of Juries
boro, came down yesterday on a few day's
visit to her father, ot the dry goods hoii-o
ot Mr. H. Elliott. She is stopping at the
residence ot Mr. Amngton. She is said
to be a fine performer on tho piano, having
been until recently pianoist in the large
music house of Balmer & Webber, St.
Irr.additron to iho fine display o("silJ
ver, gold and precious stones" in the win
dow ot Jno. A. Miller's jewelry store, there
are a number of photographs of the beauti
ful scenery 'round about Dixon Springs
that are worth studying. tf
Near the ico factory yesterday a hus
band named Thos. Goings attacked his
wife wiih an axe and she defended herself
with a pitch fork, probing his shins. The
engagement ended in a ''draw." Subse
quently Thomas took his better half by
surprise and administered a good drubbing,
for which he was arrested and lined $10
and costs by Magistrate Comings.
Stuart's Reliable Dry Goods House
now offer 23 different lines ot corsets all of
which are offered at as low prices as same
goods can be had in the U.S. 50 dozen
new corsets just received at 252,500,730,
$1.00 and $1.50. It
The Pulaski Patriot denies upon the
authority of State Senator Ilogin himself,
that tho senator stated before tbe city coun
cil of Mound City that bo hvl paid a cer
tain Southern Illinois member of tho lower
house of the legislature $300 tOBupport and
gain support for tho Mound City appropri
ation bill. Tie charge that be had made
such a statement went forth from Mound
City urou the authority of a member
of the council there, aud seemed
therefore tolerably well authenticated to
warrant its publication as a fact. Its de
nial by Mr. Hogaa himself is most welcome
and will set the matter right and at rest.
Tho fallowing comparative statement
of tax levees made in tho city for municipal
purposes this year and last, makes a very
favorable sh wing and will therefore be
read with interest by tax payers generally:
Tbe total amount appropri ated this year is
$04,893.88. It is estimated that $24,893.88
of this amount will bu derived from fines,
licenses, Btreettaxes, special assessnients.etc,
etc., so that only $10,000 will have to bo
levied for against tho real estato and per
sonal property of the city. In 1882 tho
total amount appropriated for all purposes
was $70,033.18, r upwards of $11,000
more than this year. Tho amount derived
from the various sources outside of
the levee, was $30,033.18. and the
levee was the s inn as this year, $40,000.
Of this latter sum only $12,040.39 had been
collected on tho 30th of May last and from
the other sources mentioned there had been
collected only $17,217.57, making in all
only $29,257.90 that had been collected of
tho $70,033.18 appripriatod in 1883. The
remaining $17,375.22 still duo the city on
the 30th of May has since then boon con
siderably reduced by payments from tho
collector to the city treasurer, and in bing
steadily reduced as tho collectors are
gathering in the money duo tho city.
The work on tho Mississippi bank near
the junction of tho levees is progressing
with increased vigor, and promises to be a
ponderous job. The wash when first dis
covered seemed to bo very Blight, but tho
stubbornness of tho current causing it was
made manifest when tho work of stopping
it was begun. The first day Alderman
Mcllalo hail fifty men at work filling and
sinking sucks in a space of twenty-foot.
Tins was continued from 0 o'clock in tho
morning until 4 o'clock in the afternoon
before tho washing ceased and tho sacks
oould bo felt lying piled up to within
it.. C 1 1 . t f M .
tnreo ieei in too suriaco ot tho water.
1 hulking that ho was now master of tho
situation at this particular point Mr, Mc
uaio gavo ins aueuiron lor a lew minutes
to another point, and when ho returned, he
found that tho current had made another
inroad upon his wall of sacks which was
then again twenty-fivo feet under water in
stead of threo root as he had left it. Work
waaBgatn resumed on this stretch of twenty
feet, with Increased energy, an 1 in another
half day tho wall waa ngaiu built up to a
point threo foot above the rlvor level, whore
it still remains, no washing having occurred
sinco Wednesday, Ho far tho work has ex
tended of a stretch of bank about two hun
dred feet long and botweon thirteen and
fourteen thousand sacks have been used.
Threo barge loads of rock have boon towed
around to tho scono of .operations and two
moro aro ready for delivery. A large fore
of men is at work in Missouri, cutting
brush wood, anil a steamer is lying there
ready to receive it to jonvey it to this side
for use in tho construction of a mattress in
the cavity where tho wash occurred. When
tho work of sinking tho mattress is in full
blast tho scene is a busy and an interesting
one, to see which citizens could well afford
to walk or drive out there.
Messrs. N. A. Dovoro and M. Eaatei
day, who wero selected by the council to
make estimates upon tho cost of construct
ing sidewalks under ordinances 78 and 124,
have been busily engaged at this duty for
several days. They have a hugo job on
their hands. Tho lists of tho lots a butting
the improvements provided for by these or
dinances till over thirty-fivo pages of fools
can. But they are getting along rapidly
and will be through in a day or two. Oc
cisionally they meet with litJo obstacles in
their way which impedo them in their
work for a while. When a Bulletin re
nt norter nut them yesterday, they wero
squatting on the corner of Twelfth and
Washington, red hot and porspenng from
every pore; by turns taking a glance at the
printed ordinances which said "north side
of Eleventh, between Washington street
and Wabash," and then scratching their
heads and wiping their brows and fanning
themselves nervously with their hats and
looking about in a dazed sort of way. In
reply to the question uttered simultaneous
ly by both, where in Cairo is "Wabash"
street, the reporter could only refer them
to thy city printer. They finally decided
th it it must be a new name giveu to Com
mercial avenue, because the Wabash road
runs thea, and in this belief, being sure
they were right, they wentahcid with their
Friday night tho boys in the Mobile and
Ohio railroad office hero, manifested their
high estimtte of Mr. C. W. Chears, who
waa about to depart for a new field of ac
tivity aud under whom as agent of the
road here, they had served for several
years, by surprising him with a beautiful
gift consisting of a silver tea set of elabo
rate workmtnship. The presenUtion was
made at the office of the company, on
Eighth and Cedar streets. A dozen or more
of tlie boys gathered thero abmt 7:10
o'clock and Mr. Ctiears was inveigled into
their presence and confronted by Mr. R. H.
Vauglian wh addressed him ca'taly as fol
"Mr. Chears, I am pleased to have been
chosen as spokearatn by a few of your
friends, who have come together oo this oc
casion to present to you a parting gift as
a bin.ill token of friendship and high es
teem in which you are held by us, jour
a-sociates in business connections with tho
Mobile and Ohio railroad at Cairo.
I'i leaving the services of the "old relia
ble," we part with you in deep an l siucero
reuret, and in your new field of duties
lik : our dear old chief who tias gone before
jou we winh you all the success and hap
piness, that the generous and eudeariug
ctiHRcteristic of your nature merit.
With this litte memento go forth our
tiest wishes freighted with all that'B g')d
for you and yours, and though weak in its
pretentions, wo are assured of the' kind
and friendly spirit ia which it is received
by you, as though it were such as the
wealth of "Monte Christo" could purchase.
May it ever keep us green in your heart of
hearts, is what we would have its mission
Mr. Chears, not altogether taken by sur
prise, stepped forward, and in very appro
priate terms and feeling manner thanked
tho gentlemen for their personal considera
tions; assuring them that kindest thoughts
would ever linger in his heart for them, and
in his new sphere of duties, he nly hoped
to be thrown with men of the same worth
and calibre as those of his associations
with tho M. & O.
This part of the ceremony concluded, the
jolly company adjourned to JVir. uua noiio
restaurant and there "the feast of reason"
was supplemented with a "flow of soul"
anil other tilings, to tho great enjoyment of
the entire party.
The gift comprised a largo salvor and
eleven pieces, all artistically finished by
Mr. E. A. Buder.,Tho salvor boro a suitable
inscription, and the other pieces were all
engraved with tho ornamental initial, "C."
Mr. Chears left early yesterday morning
for Atlanta, Ga., to assume tho responsibili
ties of his new and important post of duty,
as southwestern agent of tho Danville and
Richmond road, which numbers two thou
sand six hundred miles. Uo had beon con
nected with tho Mobile and Ohio road lor
over thirteen years, about threo years of
which timo lie was in this city. He is one
of the most thorough railroad men in tho
country, and as a man, ono with whom it
was a ploasuro to meet and bo ou intimVe
term'. Ho loaves only friends behind,
who will all wish him success in his new
and m ro oxtltud position.
Mr. Chear's successor hero has not yet
been dosignatcd, but will bo by thi 1st of
August. Mr. R. 1). Christopher, auditor,
acts as agent during this toriu of vacancy.
Tho Now York Times in its issuo of
Monday, July 10, published on of the most
comprehensive forecasts of a presidential
campaign ever prepared. It covers over
seven pages of that papor, printed in fine
type, and presents all shades of opinion
from which most careful and accurate
probabilities aro deducted. Early In June
tho Times sent letters to ovor four hundred
points In tho thirty-oiht states asking an
swers to the following question !
1. Who is most frequently spoken of by
Republicans in your vicinity as their first
choice for presidential candidate in 1884?
2. What other names are mentioned?
U. Who is the most frequently mentioned
by Democrats in your neighborhood as
their choice for presidential candidate in
4. What other names aro mentioned in
about what order as indicating thoir popu
larity? Answers wero received from 844 points,
tho number varying from 44 in New York
to 1 in Nevada, or an average of 9 from
The letters received from Illinois were as
Democratic--Tilden 7i, McDonald 2,
Bayard 4, Hancock 1, Morrison 2, Palmer
Republican Blaino 3, Arthur 2, Logan
7, Harrison I, no expression 1.
Tho total uutnber of letters received are
classified and divided as follows.
Democratic Tilden 120, McDonald 72,
Bayard 31. Hancock 25, Butler 204',
Thurmau 17J, Clevidaud 11, Randall 5,
Flowei 4, Hoadly 4, Morrison 3, Eaton 2,
Parker 2, Hewitt 2, Hendricks 1, Jewctt 1,
Palmer 1, English 1, no expression 20.
Republican Blaino 103, Arthur 04, Ed
munds 572. Grant 19, John Sherman 17,
Logan 14, Lincoln 122, Aarrison 12, W.
T. Sherman 8, Gresham 4, Fnirchild 4,
Hawley 2, Cornell 2, Allison 2, S. F. Miller
2, Sheridan 1, Folger 1, Windom 1, no ex
ABOUT UREAL SPRINGS.
The history of this town deals largely in
the marvelous and-js without a parallel in
onr state history. Nino months have not
elapsed since the first house hero was be
gun; now we have 180 buildings, over 400
permanent inhabitants and 150 invalids
and visitors. We have accommodations for
all comers two first-clas hotels and board
ing houses at least a score throw open their
doors to the public. B .-Hides these, wh bnve
thirteen business houses, two drugs stores,
one church and an Odd Fellows hall.. A
pretty good showing, this, for less than
The atmostphere hero is remarkably piue
unexcelled in the Mississippi Valley, and
this fact is the first commented upon by all
new ccmers. The country is hilly and the
town site is on one of the b'ghest points of
land in the state. People from the prairies
aud river counties appreciate this fact and
flock here by hundreds during tho heat-id
term. Cairo has been well represented hero
this season. Among tho recent arrivals
from your city are Mrs. H. Walker an d
family, at Cook's Unit Tide Hotel. At
Brown's Hotel were Mrs. M. J. Uowley and
family, Mrs. M. Fitzgerald and family,
Mrs. Sheehan, C. Lancaster and family, P.
C. Barclay, Judge Bross fnd B. Jefferson.
Both these hotels are first-class and charges
Passengers from Cairo reach here via the
Wabash road, leaving at New Burnside
station, which is but five miles from Springs
close connection with the cars made
twice a day.
The "boom" the place received by tho
discovery of tho mineral springs will bo
intensified next season. Dr. Kecjey, of
Dwight, III., late surgeon U.S. Army, last
week purchased two acres of land adjoin
ing Brown's Hotel, on which ho will build
a large sanitariau; contracts for clearing
the grounds have been made and the hospi
tal will bo finished by the 1st Agust. A
large brick hotel, to cost $10,000, is to be
erected in time for next season's business.
Cairo parties bought land on which to put
up six neat cottages, which will be rented,
an I several gentlemen from abroad have
made arrangements for hnndsomo private
residences tVu their families. Altogether,
the outlook is propetious, and we confident
ly expect to boast a population of a thou
sand souls within a twelve months.
An Ou) Caikoitk.
Creal Springs, Williamson Co., July 20th,
A builder by name of Sam Jones,
Had pains from a fall on the stones,
St. Jacobs Oil was tried,
Which soon as applied,
Cured tho ncho in all of his bog
For the Bulletin.
SOUNDS FROM DIXON.
a. x . w.
WPh a hnart of expectation
We hoarded the morning train,
To halt at Vleuoa station
In the midst of a putting rain.
Down it came with a mlghtv force
As wo stood on the platformrive;
"Ilackmaul" we cried In voices hoane
ThenOh my gracious, what a rldol
Hills and fence rails we rattloi o'ar
On-on In mud career;
Till ono tumbled out and left us four;
Four faces aghast with fear I
And so wo i lung to the rickety hick
With the grip of a drowning man ;
A crush as of thunder and ah! alack I
A loved ono gone with our palm leaf fan I
Lodgsd In a bush a prickly thora
ile sat with a woo hogone face;
Fannlng-wu found him early next moru
Fast to the hrlers-a gloomy caw I
Thrna only remalnod Dixon bound,
And oil! wo held ou with a will;
(The third was left on a mosy mound
Down at the falls, clos by the mill.)
Two trembling girls with hair on tnd
Now clung, to each other In woe;
Hut soon a naugnty wind did send
Oio flying iy, she looked llko dough I
A lonely female sa ahait
As tho hack reached DUon Hprlngi;
"The last shall be nrnJ4i.no first be last;"
It now the song she t,ugs,
Dixon Springs, Julyld, 1618.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Motirim lu this eoiumn, oigrn cunts per Una for
arst and five cents per line each suhseiiuent Inter
'.Ion. Kur one wuik, JW cents pur line. For on
mouth, no cents tier line
lJidN Wanted I
Until Saturday evening July 28th, bids
will bo received by the School Board for
raising tho colored school building, situated
on Walnut street, between Seventeenth and
Eighteenth streets, three feet above its
present level, and extending brick founda
tion up to same point. M.J. Howlby,
For Salo or Trade.
A first-class property consisting of 3 acres,
garden, etc., a good dwell ing-house, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-story barn, ice house,
corn cribs, smoke-house, well, cistern, etc.,
at Greenfield Landing can be bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I mean business. Come and.seo mo.
29tf Joi'm Tax.nkk.
Farm hands; wages $15.00 per month!
Apply to H. J. Deal & Hon, Charleston,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A tew horse shoeiiiL' shoo bus been onen.
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksinithin'' and winron work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
oorn oono promptly. tf
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake lee r()i- i.r ton Ilia
good, dry wood, sawed, 11 per cord, and
kindling $t per load, at Jacob Klee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Williams & Lnngcor, Belvidere, III., says:
'We sell no medicine which gives better
satisfaction tlmn Brown's Iron Bitters."
For twenty years I was a sufferer from
Catarrh of the head and throat in a very ag
gravated form, and during the summer
months with Hay Ftvr-r. I procured a bot
tle of Ely's Cieatn Balm and after a few
applications received decided benefit was
cured before the bottle whs used. Have
had no return of the complaint. Charlotte
Parker, Waverly, N. Y.
hKK a woman in another column near
Spc-er's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grape wine is made,
tliat is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and tho aged. Hold by druggists.
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all means pmure a bottle of
Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (5)
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the alvc-mci)tioncd section, but tho direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
litest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
if -mit """"oct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trams for Kansas aud Nebraska
At Omalu, connection is mado with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enrouto to the
West and Northwest, iiot only fast time
aud superior accomodation, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. U. Kis.nas, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gen'l Pa. Agent. Gen 'I Pass Agent.
To all who arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of niaiihisid, &c, I
will send a recipe that will crreyou, kukk
ok CHAitoB. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a so'.l-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Jobkpii T. Inman, Station D., New York
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the largo size. This enormous outlay
would be d isast n hi sj,' j YqImV' ftr .", wero
ifffitTTfT fhiTrare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Cull at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store and get a trial bottle
free, and try Tor yourself. It never failB to
HucKien'8 Armea salve
The Best Salvo !n tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetrcr, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed togivo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico
25 cents pur box. For sale by Harry
Kilter than $10,000!
"I spent over $10,000 in 23 yearn," said
Major H. W. Hines, of Boston, Mass., "In
being doctored for epilepsy. I employed
tho best physicians in New Orleans, St.
Louis, N. York, Phila., Boston, London and
Paris, but all to no purposo. Samaritan
Nerviuo has cured mo entirely." $1.00.
Reject the Offer
by a dealer of any article claimed to possess
properties identical with oraiiuilar to teeth
saving SOZODONT. Only purchaso the
rta'. Simon Pure, which defies both imlta
tion ond competition. Nothing can vio
with it in efficacy, as a donor of dental
health and beauty, notwithstanding any
representation to the contrary. It causes
the teeth to gleam like burnished vory,
contaius no hurtful ingredient, and has a
most grateful flavor nnd smell.
Ono and ono half bottles or Ely's Cream
Balm entirely cured nm of Hay Fever of
ten years' standing. Ilavo had no trace of
it for two years. Albert A. Perry, Smith
borro, N. Y.