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OF THE FAMILY
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Cream. Kgin. and all kinds of Animal Food f-esli
and awicl fur uck. even In thii hottest wi'iither.
Thli can be provt-d bv the testimonials of hun
dreds who have IrUd It. Von can prove ll for your
sell f.rNicen . Yon will And that tula l an arti
cle which will sbvo yon it tfrcat deal of money.
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and (Iocs not Impart th slightest foreign taste to
the aJlHi.iMr-ai.Mi. It I' ho simple In operation
that a child fan follow the illieelicns, la a" n arm
ies as sa't and cost, onlv a fraction of a cent to a
pound ol meat, Ash, butler orcl r to a quart
of miik. This Is no burohinr: it In endorsed by
such man at I'ruf. Sanri W. Johnson ol altl
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prefer) en icce.ui of P'lcc. Name your cxpresi
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From tlieau sources initio tluveioiirttu ot
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Appetite, lioivrls costive, Mik Head
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exertion of body or mind, Kructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
tplriU, A frrlluK -of having nrRlrrtrd
mme duly, I'lixlnesa, Fluttering at the
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orrd Irine, COIVSTllMTION, anil do
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engrri of the syit.m." producing arpe
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skin anil a vigorous body. TtTT'S TILLS
cause no unused or griping nor lnUTfe.ro
with ilatlv work and nre a perfect
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1TE FEELS LIKE A IVLW WAS.
"I hnvo had Pysncpsla, -with Corutlpa
tion.two veiirs.ati'l have tried ten different
kinds of 'pills, and Tl'TT'S ar the first
that have done mo any good. They cava
cleaned me out nice.lv. ly appetite is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passives. 1 feel like a new
man." VV. V. EDWARDS, Palmyra, 0.
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ugly lilotvliea and sltibhnrn lilm.d sores. Kllmlnatci
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healthful Aperient. Kills Scrofula and Klnfri Erll,
twlu brothers. ChanKCS bad breath to good, remnv-
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of fever. A cliarmlnif resolvent and a matchless
laxative. It drivel Pick Headacln like the riml.
t"Contiui no drastic eathan 1c or oplat. Ktllevei
the brain cf morbid fanclei. Pnimptly cures Rheu
instisin by nmtlriKiU liestos llfe-Rlvlug proper
tics to Die blood, Is fruarantend to cure all nenous
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1nwrlui.nli.voM r tilt y thousand lciulloi! eiilicna,
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d an euvlithle
B WJRBH COLDS I"
r . illation wherever
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atticie of undouhted
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cretioiis. ll allays ll llnnlnsi ion, prote"ls the
n,e nbrMii l 11 lie: of the Ih niI fioin addlUonal
colds, I'otnplutely heal" the s'ircs and restores tin.
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KI.Y'SCKKAM 1IAI.M CO.. Owec". N. Y
111 scveni y-iour cuiunies in a
... - -
man has to h" a t nio-ratiee man to
Maud ii ii v show for a iiouiiiialinu or an
flection to any otVu-e. In twenty-live
counties in Iowa a man i.as to in a
whiskv man to stand tin v uoml show of
iiominatioii or election to any olliee.
This rule niudics to both parlies. Is
there any otiuT State in the Union that
can make such a proud showing on this
tlllest.n.l.' -Mi tinijor yttct:.
A eo'id ih aeon not a thousand mile
from Oil Ciiv. lieiiiL' late at church
wlieru it was his duly to hold M'l'vlc
asked the. coic'i'ecation to excicn his
V'irdilie-S, a lie h.ul been lip lllllil lltte
the nijiht before openinc the linest lot
of dry e-oods ever brought v) town.
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INVARIAM.T IN ADVANCE.
All Comranntcationi ihonld be addressed to
K. A. Bl'KSKlT.
Publisher and Proprietor.
HOW COULD SHE L'JVE HIM.
Who will ili-ny thai n lililf .vlf-ostocm
is an excellent thiiiir? Without it a t
son is a pitiable object; liu pollapst's
liko a priekml pull'-liall at evory ivlnill',
iitul is us iinniioili'il for tho iKperities
of tho world as a snail without, its shell.
Dr. Hujrli Molton inl.'ihly hml a fair
shart! of this ili'sirahlu artii-ie in tho hi'
pinnin, hut his ilcceiisiMl wift) h:nl com
pletely erailieati'il it.
lie fn inly helieveil that his waving
dichtnui hair, shot with lights of wan
ilerinr; yjohl, was a hriekihist reil; Sarah
liail oft on saiil so.
It. was an article) of liis ctveil that lie
was ns uerl y as an oi c, jiinl as cliinisy
ns a hipoputainiis, S.ir.tli hail int ruc i
ed him in this belief.
He lookeil at himself thri'tiirh the ile-
pnrieil Sarah'sshrew ish : tacle.s, atul
fniiinl liini.-cit a very nteiesiralile hn
batnl for a lovely' rirl like Lizzie
Sarah hail often sahl that she hail
thrown herself away when she married
him, ami if he was not a lit match for
her, how ilare he aspire in Lizzie, who
stirpasM'il her as a may tlower hesa
May-saucy minx -in the Western
town of Parsons steal the roes from
her siti r .June, ami as she keeps April's
violets as well, reigns iticen-mouth of
There is not a hoilnw i-i t!:e rolling:
prairie hut has its lap full of the rosy
Montana verU-na: not a ineailow hut
can match the blue above with its vio
let beneath: not a heile-row but is us
full of M.K.m as it is of biril-Mini's.
Mrs. Li',l!e 's iliuin-i'oom was a con
fiisinii alp! profusion of Mowers, colored
pa:T. and pasieboard boxes.
From this chaos daintv Ma -baskets
wire rapiiily nmrjiu,,'. while the clat
ter of jirli-sii tongues kept time to the
nick of scissors.
Isn't that jti.-t too sweet for any
thing?" said a ten-year-old blonde, as
she pr'tnliv surveyed a completed
basket. "I in .'oinj looive it to P.crt
Harris. May 1 have one of your mo-s-rose
buds f. r it, Lizzie?''
"No; I'm sorry, but I can't spare one
of them." returned Izzie Smith, jeal
ously jmrd'.n i i r live perfect pink
bud. "lir. Mi lton hves ro-:e. and he
shail hate everyone of my buds."
Seiiisii tiling'!" said .May Lansing,
making a dush fu- L'zz.le's treasure.
A sparrinz-inatch was imminent,
when a little peace-maker came to the
rescue with a spray of w hi'e heliotrope,
and the belligerent subsided.
"How many basket are you oinir to
han if, Lizzie?" ompiired May, who-e
an'er kindled and burned out as ijnick
lv a a lire fed with straw.
"Onlv one. I don't
believe in pay
in attention prom
ha I t in- dictionary at
1 believe in hv n
cle;tv!n ' to iiiin," sin
her tonjti i's end.
:' one only, and in
added, adapt :u'
Tellti;. Soli to the exigencies of
casion in a sentimenial tone.
with her dimpled childish
A' Lizzie hu!ir her
Melton's door-knoli that
the hell, and ran awa.
ct"l! limes to see ;f the
basket on ltr.
he looked seV-
d'H-tor was in
pursuit, for she woiiid not have obj.-ct-d
to pay the traditional forfeit of a ki-s
f the one she had elected to love and
I leave to had been fortunate enough to
rapture her; but it was only Mrs. Kos-
I'oe, the doctor's housekeeper, w ho caillii
to tlie door and witnessed the living lit
"There is something for you, sir -a
May-basket that was left hist nilit,"
sal'l slie at tlie lireaKlast-table, ilirecl-
inir l'r. Melton's attention to a cay lit
tle boat, overtlowinc with a cni'co of
rosebuds, patisii-s, and cranium leaves,
that was sailinc on the red sea of the
'For nie?" wotiderin-'lv enouired Dr.
Melton. "Who would e-ive me a May
basket? Perhaps it is for you, Mr. Itos-
'That's a likely storv!" snillVd Mr.
Roseoe. "Who would banc a May
basket for a orizzlv lmi-v old woman
'Hut it can't lie, for mi!," protested
"Of course it can't" said Mrs. Roseoe,
w ith another suit!' of soveivion sarcasm.
'It must be for the eal '. 1 declare for' t
it, doctor, I can t bear to see a baud
some, smart, iiiiddliuc-youn man like
vou have such a misurble opinion of
"Yes, I know what Sarah always
said," broke in his champion indignant-
Iv, "Wasn't she my own niece? And
ilidn't 1 know all thuinsand outs of her
doiiiini.'erin' was? She w as one of the
women that think thev can h'ist . thctn
aelvesup hv tmtlin' all the men folks
dow n as low as ihey can c' 'cm. Not
tint what I think folks ouoht to bo hum
ble that's ail rlcht, mid accordin' to
Seriptur' hut when humbleness coos
In seed, it. raises a hie crop of airishness,
ami there' no kind of market for such
a crop, 1 hate to think of tlie way you've
been hroui:ht down, You haven't tiny
better opinion of yourself than if you
were a striped clow n at a circus. Hut. I
mi pi m we there's no use leciurin' you,"
Haul alio, lieavinc a slh, and abandon
ing the attempt to revive the self-os-teem
which the. formidable. Sarah had
blighted: "no to ejye you a little sweet
after nil tho ni'tnier miiico vou'vis been
takln' so imlioutly from iuo, wliat would
you say if I tol l you that Lizzie Smith
inner t'nat basket for you?"
Jin said noUiiuci hill tho bright hlood
in his bronzed checks spoko cloiiieutly
of his joy and amazement.
If he had been nloiiii it is more than
probable that some kisses would have
fallen on the llowcry freight of tho lit
As it was. Dr. Melton's big tender
hand passed lightly over it with ararcss
in every lingcr-tip.
'See'nis to mo I've hoard some talk
about a language of Mowers. What do
them posies say?" eiupiired Mrs, Rocoe,
pleased to observe tho doctor's emotion,
ami resolved to push her advantage.
Dr. Melton started.
He remembered to have road hi n
scrap of old newspaper a list of the sen
timents of ilill'erent Mowers.
The pansics - no less a person than
Shakspeare has said, "There's pansics
- that' for thought." Did Lizzie think
of him sometimes?
Hut those live rosebuds, seeming to
blush under his gaze as lie endeavored
to wrest from them their sweet secret,
what did they mean?
The answer that sprang from his re
membrances made his heart throb and
ids brain reel, for tho word that lay hid
in their pink fold was "love!"
"There goes Lizzie now," said Mrs.
Roseoe, peeping through tlie screen of
Dr. Melton sprang from his scat and
hurried to the cate, unconscinuslv re
laiuiii'j; the little boat, which, w it h its
freight of Mowers, had brought him such
a freight of jo .
He reached 'the gate ju-t in time to
intercept a girlish figure, all in 1 i r lit
blue, Ilk" the mornlng-gb 'i- that jew
elled the greenery at Mr. Roseou's
Ati'-rl'ie iiitcrchanci' "f erecting.-.,
Dr. Melton hesitated, and cliatieed from
red to white, as swiftly as a wind-blown
aspen changes from green to silver.
"Sarah j.hvays said I was a fool," he
thought, "and the presumption of think
ing a:i ang"l like that could marry mo
iplite establishes the fact."
!t w as a ven protly giri that stood
there, her Mossy yellow hair making
sunshine under the hie black poke, her
dark soft cm-s raised expectantly, and
swaruisof biiln -dimple Mocking around
the sweet fed llioutn, that was millg
to suppress a smile at Dr. Hugh's con
fusion. "lie want to give me that May
basket and doesn't know how to do it!
I'll help him a little." thought Lizzie,
and she began encouragii.fly:
"What a pr. tty basket!" '
Dr. Melton's eves i 11 upon the rose
buds, and they h ut him new courage.
"Miss Lizzie." he began impetuously,
"is it possible that you couid in a rry an
awkward, rci-headed old bear?"
Naturally Lizzie did not recognise
Dr. Mellon in this pleasing portrait.
She supposed he referred to Mr. Mor-ris.amarki't-g.ardeiier.
who presented her
with hi horticultural tokens of esteem.
"1 knew that those green peas and
radishes would be reported, arid con
strued into a proposal and an engage
ment, when I saw Mis Lapsh-v's ce.
jieering so Icird at them through n crack
m the fence." she thought, in vexation,
and answered Dr. Meltons Hurried
epiestion with a scornful "iVrtainly not!
How eoiib I you suppose thatlwouhl do
sm-h a tiling?"
"1 ilidn't suppose you could," he
stammered forlornly. "What is there
about me for any one to love?"
"In you? Were you speaking of yourself:-'"
she asked, a great, auroral wave
making her face eclipse tho roselnds.
Why Dr. Melton, there is a great deal
everything-in you to love!"
"Wfio did you suppose I was speaking
"Mr. Morris, of course!" with a dis
dainful wave of the pretty hand, a if
sin: were thru-ting tho objectionable
Mr. Morris into the outer regions of in
eligibility. Th'-n the long-barred gates of Par
adise, that My asunder only to the
"Open, sesame!" of happy lovers, were
llung wide to admit these two,
Hut the school-bell rang them down
to earth again, and reminded Lizzie
that there were other verbs to con jugate
besides the verb to love, and that she
must h-ase Dr. Melton's pretty speeches
and May sunbeams for a toucher's desk
and a monotonous day in tho school
room. "Now give mo my basket and let me
be oil'," she said, reaching for the dainty
'"Your basket?" eiiipiired Dr. Melton
blankly. "Why, you gavo it tonic! Mrs.
llocoe said that" Lizzie Smith hung it
lieiv last night."
"And so she did!" exclaimed that
lady, thrusting her head through the
morning elorii's. "Hutthcru happen to
be two Lizzie Smiths in this town, al
though yon probably think there's only
one in t n- iinlverstj!"
"Yes, i iveoliect. now, ' said the crest
fallen thietor. "It was that bright, little
girl that I attended through tho searh't-fi-ver
lately. Hut, Mrs. Roseoe, you
know you meant, mo to beiiovo it was
'An I what if 1 did?" etmuired this
unblushing Sapphira, asshecatnu down
tlie wan,, beaming upon the lovers all
the wav, like a lhuu dhiM-u.nirel in a
grecti-elieohed gingham. "You were
that sal down on hv Sarah that if I
hailn I made vou believed, von'd never
have had couraL'o enoiorh tl, oose."
"Never mind. Mrs. l:,se.,i. " naid
Lizzie sain-ilv. "I'm ev,.i. , loncl.
obliged to yoii, if he iM1't, And," turn
ing to the brh!egroom-eeet, 'what's
in a name?' "
"Kv.-rv thing." said )-. Melton with
fervor, as his happy , ,,V(,S In,,t n,,,
saucy dark ones.
"Are the internal recti of your
daughter s cms of exactly similar
strengtm asked n Ph,ii schoolmarm
of her puinl s mother, -i. mean," she
continued, as hesaw a ,,4 f va-om
wotiuer overspreading u,,. f;u.n f
woman, who had never heard of Con
cord, "are both eyes e.iiallvhVeropic.
or ha she used the cilery "muselu loo
The woman rose fiercely. "Hannah
Jane s.uints, if if,;,,', .,.,.
driving at, ' she said indignantly; "but
she S got sense eiiono!, t(, ;lv w)ilt H.
means, and I won't leavo her hero to
be made a fool of;" t,n, K, ()m,,.,l
out w ith her oil'spriiig, tu, ,, l(.,i,.h,.r
explained to tho ki-1,,,,,1 llml rupiillt
meant a "convexity of t, i,.n of tho
TI 1 E TK UT 1 0 - M I LLK N N I A L
CHKAl' KXCl'llHION ItATKH EVERY DAY DUU
INU Tllli M MMEIi TO SANTA Kit, NEW
Santa Fo, New Mexico, la tho oldest city
in tho United Htiitcu. It hin reached tho
end ofim Hist tliird of a thoiisund years
its teilio-tuillL'niiil period. Tlio Tcrtio-Mil-h
nniid t'cicbrntion and Mining mid Indus
trial KxpiiKitimi, which will bo inaugurated
there on the 2d of July and close on tlio Ud
of August, will bo an event of great histo
rical as well as practical iinportiinco to tho
country at largo. It is intended to com
uicmorato tho three hundred and thirty
third anniversary ol' thu Spanish settlement
of tho place.
Which will com.tituto tho practical part of
the celebration, will bo an epitoino of tho
mineral, agricultural, horticultural, stock
and general imhulind resources and capa
bilities of the Tetiitoiy. Those, therefore,
w ho are interested in either mining, agri
culture or stock-raising will have a good op
portunity to visit New Mexico this season,
is the low lare will be a great inducement
to make tho trip, Tho development of the
mini s of this rant region has I tit begun,
yet in tlie past year the proportionate in
crease in thu output of ore was greater than
in any other Slate m Territory. New Mex
ico's showing at the mining exposition held
at Denver last neason showed, more clearly
than anything else, the vastness of its inin
It has been the general belief heretofore
that agriculture in New Mexico would not
pa. This is an unfortunate error. At the
exposition w ill be teen samples of all sorts
of fruits and field products which vie with
those (if prolific Kansas. With irrigation
the soil of the Territory can bo made to
yield immensely, and there is iu pursuit
more rcinurii -i alive than that of farming.
Agricultural products, of nil kinds, bring
high prices upon a ready maiket, always
accessible in the growing milling towns,
and the cost of raising is c mpiratively
small. As a rattle and sheep country, too,
Now Mexico cannot bo surpassed. Her
valleys mid mesas afford line grazing
grounds for countless herds. As the cele
bration at Sunta Fe will h: the mean of
drawing a larger number of people into tho
Territory tlian usual, owing to the cheap
fare, an opportunity will bo ( Me rod those
who may be interested in stock-raising
Besides the practical, the Tortio-Milienhil
will embrace many features the moat novel
and romantic. For instance, throe days
tho ISth, 10th, and 20th of July wib be
devoted to the presentation of historic
scenes. These will represent the period
which has transpirid since the settlement
of the city, each day to represent u century
ot history and progress. The tLree civili
zations will also be represented that
which existed at tho time of tho coining of
the conqueror, that which the Spaniards
brought with them Hnd that which followed
the Aniericm occupation of 1-)I. These
representations will he illustrated by caval
cades in costume, indicative of the several
distinctive expeditions into New Mexico
and the surrounding territory. There will
also he numerous tableaux, the whole com
bining to make one of the must novel and
iu'ereoting exhibitions ever witno.-sed in
this country. There will, in addition, be
V'ltioiis Indian games, races and dances by
the Pueblos, descendants of the ancient in
habitants of the Territory; ambuscades and
sham fiybts by the Zuuis, with exhibitions
of their peculiar rites and ceremonies, one
of which will be a primitive dance repre
senting tho gods and heroes of their folk
lore mythology; native Mexican games,
dances and juggling; original Aztec dances,
in which both Mexicans and Indians will
take part ; various Mexican sports and the
grand fandango; war and other peculiar
dances by the Mescaicro and
Jicarilla Apaches; exhibitions by Mexican
vacqucrns iu throwing tbo lariat;
a mounted tournament, in cos
tutnos of three centuries ago:
the Sin Domingo and Saniiia leasts, and
other peculiar and interesting ceremonies
which would take much space and time to
HOUND Till I' 1 10.
The rate for tho round trip from Kansas
City and Atchison, including stop-off both
ways at the Las Vegas Hot Springs, is only
f 10, w hile the tare from all eastern poin's
is comparatively low. Tho Las Vegas Hot
Springs are among the most celebrated in
the world, and a cool and comfortable re
sort for the hot seas'in. There is every in
ducement to go to New Mexico this hum
mer and it will ho, tiken advantage of by
thousands who will improve this opportun
ity to study, under the best possible con
d.tions, the resources of the Territory and
investments, and alto to enjoy for the time
tho iiio-t quaint and roinatic spot in all our
country. It is an opportunity to Hee the
Southwest the coming country which
ought not to bo lost by any who have any
ambition to avail tlieincles of t lie un
equalled advantages there oU'ered for en
gaging in mining, agriculture, fruit grow
ii g, stock raising, or motehnndisc. Those
low rate tickets over the A tchison, Topeka
& S'inta Fe road are now on sale at Cairo
und all principal ticket cilices, good to re
turn till August Hist. (127 ird
A Xoiiri.-liiiiir Wine. '
Old and infirm persons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially at this
season. The wine mane at Spoi-r s Mount
Prospect Vineyards, in Now Jersey, callo
Spoor's Port Grape Wine, is used in tho At
lantic States the best tonic, wino known,
and is regarded as pure, and is viry popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
beneficial for feinaloH and old people.- St.
Woiik (liven Out. On receipt of vour
address wo will make nn oll'or by which
you can earn tf.l to $7 evenings, at your
homo. .Men, women, lioys or tons can no
it. II. C. Wilkinson &, Co., KK5 and 1117
Fulton Mroct, Jow l ork.
A ClikiLgo Mercliuiit'rt Experience.
After I had become almost skin am
bono, with neither strength, appetite nor
ambition left, and the doctors couldi, t
help me, two bottles P.irker's Olngor Tonic
cured mo completely. M. H. Wostcott
Lamp M'f r, Chicago.
I recommend to those sulforing (ns I have
with Hay Fever, F.ly's Cream Balm. I havo
tried nearly all thu remedies, and give this
a decided preference over them all. It has
given me immediate, relief. 0. T. Steph
ens, Hardware merchant, Ithaca, N. Y.
Price 50 cents.
To The WeHt.
Thuro lira a number of routes loading to
tho ahnve-nicntioned section, but tho direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily aro run from tha Grand Union
Depot, S,aint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palaco Sleeping Cars of tho very
firest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passongerH
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
if -huh ""Mi.ert with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Oniiihti, connection is- made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino oilers to parties enrouto to tho
West and Northwest, tint only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri anil Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c of thin
line, which will lie mailed free.
C. H. Kin. nan, F. Chandlek,
Ass't Uon'l 1'asn. Ageiit. (len'l Pass Agent.
For seven years Allen's Brain Food has
stood tho strongest testH as to its merits in
curing nervousness, nervous debility and re
storing lost poweiH to tho weakened gen
erative system, and, in no instance, has it
ever failed; tost it. $1; 0 for 3. At
Many times you w ant to keep meat or fish
for novel al days. Lay it in a solution of
Rex Magnus over night and you can keep
it tor weeks. You can also keep milk a
week or more hy stirring in a little of the
"Snow Flake" brand.
A Vexed Clergyman.
Kveu tho putieiico of Job would become
xhausted were ho a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it impossihlu for him to be heRrd.
Yet, how very easy can all this he avoided
y simply ur.ing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption; Coughs and Colds. Trial
lottles given away at Barclay Bros
lrug store. (2)
To nil w ho ari! siitreiiiii' from the errors
and indiscretions of votith. nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
wiil send a recipe that will crre you, xuek
3K cu aho e. I his great remedy was
liscovered hv a minister in South America.
Send H self-Kildressed enveloOe. to tho lleT.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I)., Now Yoik
tfiickicti s Arnica Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skiu Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
1 cents pr box. ror salo hy Barclay
1 Know Whereof I Speak,
For I have used it extensively. I regard
Parker's Ginger Tonic a most excellent
remedy for kidney, lung and stomach dis
orders. It invigorates without intoxicat
ing. J. Francis, R.-ligio Philos. Journal,
1 whs severely afflicted for eleven years
with llav Fever, after trying almost every
thing without avail. I gave up all hopes of
being cured, when I purchased a bottle of
Ely's Cream Balm. To my surprise, after
a few applications, I was entirely relieved.
H.Watson Harris, Letter Carrier Newark,
U.S. Surgeon Kecomnieiids!.
Dr. J. M. 0. Phot-ton, is a U. S. F.x-Sur-
goon, ri siding now at Blooiningtnn, Ind.
I'lie Dr. writes, to sav : "I recommend Sa
maritan Nervine because it cures epilepsy."
Physicians, generally, are its friends.
Kegin Early in Life
to cleanso the teeth with SOZODONT, and
you will bo repaid in maturer years and
very probably in age, by the possession of
sound molars and incisors, which will give
you a more youthful look than you would
otherwise have, and enable you to chow
without incurring the penalty of a tooth
ache. And when you havo children, use
tho eanio fragrant preparation and they
11 have ample cause t i be grateful to you.
Don't omit it for a single day.
Woman's True, Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially w hen assistance
is rendered wiien one is sorely aintcten
with disease, more particularly those coin
nlaintB and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that E ectric Bitters are woman H true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail
A Hiiicle tnal always proves our assprtion
They arc pleasant to tlio taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold hy liarclay isros.(S)
1 1 KM KIT 8 ISA I.E.
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it.. ..i.isi,. r,t mi f.wn -tltl.in (Hint fit it (if lltn
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ty und Mmu of IWimiH, hii1 to niu iltnciid. whurn-
iy J Bin rriinnmnnrii in hmik-' ink nnitiniH m n utr-
tiiin jmij'hH'm rr.unny wuirtin.-u uHniun . .n:i-r.
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i hiiu i, r iu ii'"i " ij"m.. - --
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tutor r. iJintmr. i pave n vir-i un 11m i"i""""
mi i .. ul.i tt Hivimin a ti i-l In rnLti t irVd f''l .
Wl'tM Ol III-' nil (Tim i I'm hum -n mi. mi u in"
ttrrrfl. the ilI'ovd dfprrliiml land Ih lylritf and bmuil
.1. .1 t At... I..S. .....I uls.lll f
H1II1H1 U III HI-! liWUIHy Wl i l'. AMU-li-l nuu nmm w
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t It 111 flNU Mil- n'NI U I IH nuuvu UllllMfi nmim "
i ... ii oil iii iii,i a iwi in iii'Mrri iiiim iirii urn v ,
ill II oVIoek a.m.. on Tuesday Iho 'JSl u nay ol AllL..
I ill 1 I If I III 11(111 1" ' M ' !"- ' ' ' ' . ,
Imsji, at tlio wesieriy noor oi mu conn uuunu,
..i n...i... in.
cut oi , tin... in.- , j..
Dated at Cairo, 111 , llliaiuii nay in i"K';e'i
HlierllV Alexandiir Coiitily
Hv vlrlno of an ereciillon Issued out of Iho
clerk a olneeol Hie circilll r.niirioi Aiuxauuur ruiue
ly and slain of Illinois, and to mn directed, wlioro-
hv I am eotnnianuen i" nuiaii iuo ainonui in c-i-
,.. , ..n...ll ., i. It, I tt,l tti,.,n.l IValin. H
mm J "iK r V"". .7 ii.o
l.linuer aim iuiimi m .,.,.. . ... ....... -j
V t'lirtla out of tho lands, tenement, gonna inn
.' . ,1... ..I.I ll'.li... II I umJ... .ml M.mdl
rlia'ti'iaoi nie ".io" .inn,,,.,
. i... I huuu li.uliwl ttn OtH 111 I1UI.
I, annuo - ,
i,, i i.aerlhed liromuly, o wll i All of
unction eleven (111, la township sjtfn
Mil) and In ranco two CJ), west or nie.irnnrin
r. lia I ineriiuiui. " n"i" iju'k " .,v'v"
. ', ... u ..f A l...n ,,,t... ,.,( all, 1 ,1 l,r T IlinlS
Mill in un- viniii.j "
,, r . ....... ...Ii,,. I,. mi.I.I nlnlNlll1. I fllia l
I onrriiTi,, nv.wii.iitn ... ' " . , .
exriisu for sl at nildlc aiicllon, all thn rliiht,
lltlo and Interest of Ilia aliovo namnd Waller 8.
Lander nnJKainiud Lnnder. In and to thoalmvo
descrilxid properly, at 11 o'clock a. m ,on l uesday
I tin ntli rtaylof Aiitusl, tBs.1, at Hio oiterly door
or inn rmiri ii.ni'i:, m " -s.".."i
Dalud at Cairo, I.I , ltil H,h,(d),TfBij,,(nJhj,,W8,
Hhorin"' Aloiandor County.
LLINOIS OKNTJIALR. R.
Shortest ami Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Lino Kuiminu;
O DAILY THAWS
J From Cairo,
Making Djkkct Connection
1'iuiMt Leafs C'aiiiu:
M:Or h in. MhII,
rrlvtiiK In Ht.Lotili (.4.'. a w.; Chlcaio,S:80 p.m.-
coiuiuuliiK at uain and blllnifham for Clncin
ball, Loniivlllo, Indianapolis and points Kan.
Hi I ll.m. fc)t. J.oitiH uiul Wenlerii
irrlvinir in St. Louis 7:0.1 p. m., and eonnectlnii
lor an puinis n usi.
:i:C0 p.m. ii'usst I'. x preii.
Kir (t. Louis and l.'hlcaii, arrlnnu at Ht. Louts
hi: hi p.m., ana c uirsiT:! a m
'.I :f0 p m. Cindiirmt i Ir.xireK,
Uriviug at Cincinnati 7:0n i nt.; Louisville :M
a m.; miiianapoiia 4:06 a.m. rasseriKurs hy
tl.ia train reach thu ahove i.uImh ly to
IIOl'Kh In advauco ol any olher roul.
ItrVTho S:M n. tn. it.ress has M I. I. Ml
s-l KKI'INli t'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, ulihn.it
thaiiKvs, and through, sleepers to .. Louis and
Fast Time K.itl.
PlIttWPIHri'l'w ,,J 1,n" (fthmngb to Kast.
.l-H. In ern nollits wilhniil aii SkIsv
caused hy hundiy luterveuliii;. The Saturday after-
uoon trim rrora euro arrives in new York Monday
nornllicr ! Ul-lir. Tl.l,..... 1 ..I.. . .
111 other route,
IWKor throuirh llrkets and further Information.
I'piV at llliboii Central Kaliruad Depot, Cairo.
J. ll. .niMJS.Tlcitct Agent.
A . II . 11AN80N. (en. I'ass. Agent. Chicago
H. K. TIMK CAKI) AT CAIRO,
ILLINOIS ( KM HAL ll. II.
Tra.na Depart , Trains Arrive.
'Mail - s:01 a m. I Vail I.nr a.m.
tArcom II :I0 a in. 'I'.x press ll in a.m.
Eipn-ss 3 Ml p.m. I'A. i.nm 4:1.1 p in.
c. st. L & s. o. it. ll. (Jackson route).
t.Malt 4:41a in. t M nl 1 ,.. 4:'ip m.
tKipress in :n in. I -E.-press ... Iii::i0a m.
lAccem :i:.Vi p in.
bT. L. & C. It. ll. (Narrow-gauge).
... a ii a m I K.t press l :r. a m.
lmni a iu Ki. t Mail. .4:lop m.
,lJ:ilo ni. I Accom a j p m .
sr. l. ai i. m it. ii.
.I0:mii.ni. iKinrefS 2::10 p m.
.1 .Vml .
. it 1'. It. H.
Mall i Ex.
I Mai: & Ex.. 9 3np m.
i co n IH: o a.m.
Kreliht 6:41 p.m.
: OHIO K. It.
I Mall.. 0:10 p.m.
Dally except Suuilay. 1 Duilr
I I'm ro
I. C. K. K.OI.rouuh lock mail). 1 t. m.
.1 p. m .
dp. m .
9 p. m.
ii a m.
4 p. m.
(way mall i
. .1 p. m.
Iron Mouiiialn ii. it
Wit.ash It H
..in p. m.
.." p. m.
. .1 p m
..i p. m.
Texas A St. Lou's H. K...
St. Louia AC.lroll. It...
Misa I. tier arrives Wed
ili parti Wed.
..7::iani toT.IO pm
..r a. ni to U p m,
..St. in. to In a. in.
..iii. ni. to 10:3(iiai
lie published from
P (. cen. del. op u from
( hoi del . (i. cf from . . . ,
Sundays get. iV;. open from
Suiulavs hex del. open from.
trfyOVK hanirn will
tliiio to time In city pam-rn
( liance mm cards ic-
11. Ml-'KrilY. H. M.
CHI K( llh.
pAIKO BAPTIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
streets; preaching every .Sunday mo nine and
Oik-lit at umiiI hours. 1'nirt meet uc Wednci
day ninht ; Sunday school. l::,'t a n.
Kev. A. W. I'CIMUA, 1'1'tor.
pHt:KCU Of TIIK KKDKEMKK-iEpiscepil
Kourternth itreet; buudsy 7:doi m., Holy
Communion 1U:Hi a. m.. Miiinlni; I'rayers 11 a. tn.
Sunday if hool 3 p. m., hTeninc I'rayers :v) p. in
K. 1' l avenpori, S T. H. Hector.
I HIST MISSIONARY DAITIST CHUH.CH.
I"T.'a' hliiK at in 3o a. n.., S p. m., and 7:3d p. m.
aldiath tchool at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Shorel,
it s or
ITHKHAN-Thlrteeiith I'reet; servlin hib
I hath 1 :'tn a. m. ' rjucday school 2 p m. Kev,
innppc., past jr
1 ETIIoi)tST-Cnr. EVhtr and Walnut street!,
l I'renchlnp Sabbath 11 :(). m. and 7 :') p.m.
enday School at .4:(W p. in. Kev. J. A. Scairutt,
) KKS11YTEK1 AN Klirhth street; preactttnr on
1 Sabbath at 11 :0t i. rr. and 7:Kip. m.; nraret
neetliiK Wednenday ut 7:li')p. m.; Sunday acbaol
,t3p. m. Kev B. V. (Jeore, pastor.
T. .M'SKPH 8- ,11'iman Catholic) Corner Crosl
w and Walnut slreet.i; s.rvlcis Sabbath 10:S0a.
ii. ; Siinilay School al 2 p. m. ; Ve:n)r 3 p. m. ; ier-
Ki-s every day at H a m. Kov. O itHra, Priest.
PATHICK'S ( Knman Catholic.) Comer Ninth
j street and Was hlncli.n ave.iue; service Sab
m'h H and in a. ni. ; Vespers a p. m. ; Sunday School
; ji. m. lervlces every day at h a. m. Kev. .Mast-niters
Cln nil Judge ll. .T.lKkcr.
Circuit (Merit A. H. Irvln.
Couniy Jiidce J. II. Koblnson.
County Clerk S. J. Jliinim.
County Treasurer Milei W, Parker,
County Commlssioin rsT. V.. llalllday, ,1. II.
Mulcnhcv and Peter Sann
ew j. m
A Kow and Complnt Jlntol. fr"i'i;n "
Hocoud and Katlroad Strsulc
Thu l'sseni:iir D.'imt of tho Clilcaen, Hi. Limit
an ' ",' Orleans: Illlnol- Central! vV'nhash St.
Lu na and Pacltlci In.n Mountain and S..uiion
Mobile and Ohio; Cain and s . Loiiih Kaiiwayij
an' all Just across thn street : whlln Iho Mtuuiiiboat
Lalifliiiuls lint one sijimre dislatil,
This Hotel Is heated by dteiini, li steam
Laundry, llydraulln Klnvntor, Klnetrlc Cull Hells,
Aiitnmallc Klni-Alarm. Malhi. absolutely puro air,
pevloi tseweraKe and complete appointments.
Superb furnishlBRii pirfuct mrvlce; and an nn
Li. I. lA.ItKKH .V CO., inrit)Mi
W., KT. I
, 7:4.1 a m
. fi : V, n m .
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