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Wbat Will it Do?
Brown's Iron Bitters ? Good fof
what f Well, see what it has done.
To begin with dyspepsia. U has
cured some of the worst cases. ' i
' Then chills and a. tWho '
wants to shake with cold and burn
with heat, when a bottle or two ol
Brown's Iron Bitters will drive the
source of the mischief away ?
How about rheumatism t It cured
Mr. Brashear, of Baltimore, and
hundreds of others.
Those dreadful nervous troubles.
Mr.Berlin, of Washington, the well
known Patent attorney, was entirely
relieved by Brown's Iron Bitters.
The ailments of the kidneys.-"
Brown's Iron Bitters cured Mr.
Montague, of Christiansburg, Va.,
and an array of other sufferers. ,
Debility and langor.1vi Rev.
T. Marshall West, Ellicott City,
Md.,is one of the many clergymen
jestored by Brown's Iron Bitters.'
t And as with vertigo, malaria,''
liver complaint, and headache,
Brown's Iron Bitters is the Great
Family Medicine. a
TORPID BOWELS, .
From theae sources arise three-fourth! of
the) diseases of the human race. These
maptoma indicate their existence: Loss at
Appetite, Bowel costive, Sick Head.
IWllaeae iltw uXtnar. aversion ta
eiertloa of body or mind, ErnetaUoa .
Mlltjr of tamper, Low
of hmrlat; SMgUcted
Imh, native rlaar at tk
ptiiU, x fteUai
' seaee Amtr. Dini
leajrt, Dots nerere the evee, highly eol
ered Crlae, COHSTIPATloTC'and d
mana tne um oraremeay that acta dlrMtlr
on the Liver. ArjUroratdlctno HJTTfc
FILLM hare noeqatl. Ttielr kcUoq os the
Kidneys iuu) Skit is also prompt; temorlar '
. all Imparity through tbeee Ciree mh'
' oa(ora of tho eysteaa," producing appe.
tile, sound digestion, roffulnr stools, icleir
akin and a vitrorous body. TTTrsriLU
oaoao no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A HEW HAM. '
I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and have triad ten different
kinds of pills, and TTTT'f are tho first
that bare dons mi any good. They have
cleaned me out nloely. My appetite Is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural passage. I feel like m new
W.D. EDWAZDB, Palmyra, O.
BoldsvsTrwnere.aSe. Offlee,44 Murray ai.K.T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Obit Hair os Wmsxtw changed in
stantly tt) aifl-oesr is Lack by a single ap
ylvmtVoo-ol this lrrs. Bold by Druggists,
Ot sent by express on reoelpt of $1.
Office, 44 Hurray Street, New York.
Tim mahal or iistm Rtcngmii.,
TO PRESEKYE THE HEALTH
Use the Msgnetoa Appliance Co.'i ,
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PRICE CXNXY S5.
They sre prtcelesa to ladiis, eiKiximi end
an.na.ff with Mil LL't'. HO Case Of M SOTIOSIA
os chovt la ever known where theae
rtrmenU are monk.- Tney alio prevent ane tore
AST DlWcWUrtBS, OOI.DS. RHICI iTIAJf , BBUStlr
la.THaOAtTBOt'al.BS.DrrHTBSBJA, CAVAEM, ad
... .nniiu D1BSASIS. Will wsaa any service
few TBBBB TSABS. AM WOTO OTCf the Underloth
nifTIA'DDTT lita needless to daecribe tha
AftRIly symptonsof thlsaaoaeousdls.
sate that'll sapping the life sad strength of only
too anfoflbe falreeteod btt of botb sexes
in America, Europe end
Kutera Isods. have reaalted lathe MMnetic Lddk
Protector, sffordtna cure for Catarrh, s ramvar
Kirk ennulna No Dsoootica or TBS Ststsb., and
wltk tha eontinnons stream of Manetiam per
.uiinr thmnuh the afflicted orzaaa, mcrr be
TOU TRBHTO A BBALfHT OTI0. WB PLAOS pUB
rsicB for this Appliance at less than one-twentieth
.k. .X. uVed hr others for remedies upon
which yon take all the chances, and ws bpsoil
tl Ibtitb the patronage of the 4t rBReons who
have trleo DBOoouiu ""-i" ""nuu.
HOW TO OBTAIN 0Tohlo AtfW
-.. ..w rrtham. If they hate not eot them,
LwtxAthii nrnnrlntnrs. encloelne the price in let
ter, at ear riik, sad ther shall be sent to yoa at
1 minJ,mVtZ"" Dopartar. '
I esl Treatment wtthoct bsdioibb," wUb tbou-
...J tiisllmnnl slsl
ones by mail, poeipaia
Send stsmp for the
419 state Street, Chicago, III.
Kotb. Ssad ons doUsr in poatare stamps or
enrrfneyfin letUr at our riak) with else of ebos
aioallr worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
soles, and be eenrieeed of the power residing is
a.. d.nol tnnllnr. PoaitWelT no cold feet
where ther are worn, or money refunded. 109-ly
TAKE ALL THE
And Indifestion Careq
I f.T.r.il ' And Bilious Speeii)
And Bilious Specifics.
KAIN and NERVE
Force Revivers. 1
" V, REST0BEBS,
i. all tha lwit nnalitlAxi
: Short, take .UlWe DesvquailUM
tnese. and tne Desi QUiita m.
ruior aiAiiiitinoB nr inn miriu auu
Will And that HOP BITTERS have
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ill iinniijinfMtAil In inTH ' Mil ttlftt
iU VOHWISVi ISWU mm vasvsaai
I- wilt nra jrhan ant nr all nf ttlMA.
lv nr rnmninMl tail A thoronSfB
WU1 gilt posiUYe ptOOr Or UUI.
MT ; THE DAILY
LwcLubBD rttOH SECOND paob.
protection of law. Its puople tiavn rupitat
isttly fMinonstrrtteil ?alnst our neglect to
afford them the maintqnnncn and nrotcc
on eipresslv gu irautnoil by the terms of
ib treaty,-whereby that territory was ced
ed to the United States. K ir sixteen yearn
they have uieadnd in vain for tint which
they should have received without the
asking.- They have no law for collection
of debts, the support of education, the
conveyance of property, the administration
ot estates or inn enioiceinsui ot con
tracts, nor, Indeed, for the punishment of
crimiuuKexcept such as is BtToruVd against
certain cuHtoins, roinni'TCr an.i navigation
acts. The lesoiirees tf Alaska, especially
la fur, mines ami lumber, are consuloralilu
In extent and eapnble of large devel
opment, while In its geographical situation
Is one of political and commercial import
ance. The prompting of interest, there
fore, as well as considerations of honor
and good faith, diniand the immediate es
tablishment of evil government in that
j , ISTKlt-KTATE COMMKHCK.
Ounplaints have lately Imen luiiiit'roim
and nrpent' tliat certain corporation con
trolling, In whole or in part, the facilities
for the inter-State carriage of itersoiiH ami
merchandize over the great railroaiU of the
country, have rvsortetl, in their deallm,
with the putilic, U divers measures unjust
anil oppressive in their character. In wmie
instauces the (State governim-nts have at
tacked anil tnipiTeneeil thi?se evils, but in
others tliey have Im-cii unable to afford ade
quate relief, because of the juriMlictinual
limitations which are imtOMil njtoii tUein
by the Federal constitution. The question
how far the National (ioveiiinient may law
fully interfere in the premises, and what, If
any, tmiHTvlsion or control it ought to exer
cise, is one which merit your careful con
sideration. Wliile we cannot fall to recog
nize the importance of the vast railway sys
tem of the country, ami their great and
beneficial iiHueiu upon the development of
our niuUulal wealth, ehoii!d. on theothcr
hand. reineuiler that no individual ami no
corporation ought to be invested with abso
lute power over the Interest of other citizen
or claivs of citizens. The right of these rail
way evaporations to award any profitable re
turn upon their investments, and to reasona
ble freedom in their regulation, must be
recognized. Jut it seems only jut tlmt.
far a.s its constitutional authority will ier
m It Vrfiirrc should orrtbs't the Deoiile at
large, in their inter-State trartic against a-t
ot Injustice, whie.h the State (lovernments
are powerlesn to prevent.
"' d , TIIV 1TI1,' SYIIIKSTS.
In fVv last auuual message I called atten?
d to the necessity of iwotecting by suita
ble legislation the roresw auunieu. upon me
iiuulic domain, in many sirtniis oi uie
West the pursuit of general agriculture is
only made practicable by resort to irriga
tion, while successful irrigation would W
itrjositie without (lie am arrorui'd ny
forests hi enntrfbutiiuf to the regularity and
constancy of the siipplv of water, Jhirlng
the pust year severe suffering and great loss
of propertv have leeu (MTasioned bv profuse
nootIK, roiloweo oj isirHswoi uuusiian low
water In' many pf the great riven of the
mntrj'. Tluwe iiTeirularities were in great
measure caused by the removal from about
tut source of the streams in iiieMiiin of tiie
timtRT by which yw weler supi'iy iiiwi neen
nourished and protected. 1 he preservation
of such portions of the forests ou the na:
tional domain m ess'utlally contribute to
the priHRtile flow of unoortant watercourses
i 4 the highest consequence. Imisirtimt
tributaries of the Missouri, the Columbia
and the Saskatchewan rise in the mountains
of Montana, near the northern boundary of
the United States, between the Hlackfcet
and Fiat Head Indian reservations. Tins
region is unsuitable for settlement, diii upon
the future agricultural develoinnent of I
vast tract id country. The attention of
pongreaa n calb-d to the necessity of with-
drawing irom pumio saie ims pari oi mi
public domain, and establishing there a
The Industrial exhibitions which have
been hehl in the United htati-s during the
present year-attracwa auention in many
foreign countries, where the announcement
Olvuose eiue.rpnsrfl imtn itt-ii nianir imiuii.
through the foreign agencies ot this govern
The Industrial Exh b t on at boston ann
Op Southern Kxmisltlon at Louisville were
larirclv attended tiv the exhlhitorsot lorelgn
countries. nitwithstanding the pbsenee of
any professional character in tnose unaer-
Wll" . ... w.
laa wntenniai cxposiiiou w oc nem
next year at New Orleans, in commemora
tion of the first shipment of cotton from a
port of tho United Mates, nuts tair to ineei
with like cratifvlug success. Under the
actsot Congress of February 10. ne
clariiiir that exposition to be national and
international in its character, foreign gov
emments' with which tire United States
maintain relations have tieen invited topar-
ticinate. The promoters of tins important
undertaking have alreadv weiveu assur
ances of the lively interest which is excited
OrOaOw rc .it ;
' ' "rmnilrr of roLfMBiA.
The renort of the Commisloners of the
District of Columbia is herewith transmit
ted. -1 ask for it your careful attention, es
pecially those tortious which relate to assess
ments oi arrears oi taxes ami waici
a i i in il. r.uin r.
The Commissioners wlio were npnointed
under the act of Jan. HI, !!. entitled "An
act to reguiate and improve-the civil ser
vice of me unites states, - entemi prompt
ly on the discharge of their duties. A se
ries of rules framed in accordance with the
spirit of the etatitM was approved ana yn
tnuigateu dv job vresmeni out m souicniir
tic.ulars. whferein thev seemed defective.
these rules were attqrwarus. amennea. it
will be pTCttlved that they discountenance
any SIIIUI 1 or renmi! iitin ioi wiiuiiun
to the oftlees of the public service, to which
the statute abplles The act is limited in its
original application to the classified clerk
ships in the several, executive departments
at Washington, nuinberlinr about 6.)0, and
to similar positions, In customs districts and
in postotrtcea wnere as many Bsnrn pi'rsons
are employed, v A classification of these po
sitions, analogous to that existing in the
Washington oinoaivwaa amy mnae neiore
the law went Into etTect. Eleven customs
districts ami twenty-throe paid offices were
thus brought under the immediate opera
tion of the statute. The annual report of
the civil service .commission, which will
soon be submitted to Congress, will doubt
less afford the means of a 'more dilinite
judgment than I am now prepared to ex
Dress as to me menu oi toe system, i a n
wersuaded that its effects have thus far prov
ed beneficial. Its practical methods appear
to be adequate to the ends proposed, ami
there have been no serious difficulties in
carrying them into effect. Since the Hith
of Jul v last no uerson. so far as I am aware.
has been apiwilnred to tho public service, in
the classified portions thereof, at any of the
departments, or any of tho postotnees and
customs districts above named, except those
certified by the commission to do tne most
competent on the basis of the examination
neiu m eonioriiiiiy.io me ruies. , .
i'ftRsroKjrttAt SfCCF.SSIOS. i
At the time the present Executive entered
nnon Ids office his . death, removal, resigna
tion or inability to discharge bis duties
would have left tne Government without a
constitutional head. It is possiblo. of
course that a similar contingency mny again;
arise, unless the wisdom of Congress shall
nrovide ncainst its recurrence. The Sen
ate at its last session, after full con
ulriHratirm nnssed an act relating to
this subject, which -will now,-1 trust,
commend 'itself J the approval of
of I xtU houses of congress 1110 eiause oi
oi I toe constitution .upoi which must depend
botb houses of congress lno ciause ot
sui I .n. i.w regn at na the presidential sup-
epaainn. nrHHuui uisu lur suiubiuu irbiicr
I uesMonsPt.paramouiitlrapnrtatjce. These
I UU U1.IUO imhuiii w. uirrunni m,j
I snAWA.. nf tha nfln V n tr
TD1.1 (111 IS illiuui) w iiiu won"
I Atvatiifl law. rtrovidins tliat whotl the Drtisl-
I oetu suu auner irum iucu ihuiih.j no
I iioft.Dresident. who must himself, under
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MoitNIJ
like circumstances, give place to such
officer as congress may by law appoint to
act as president. 1 need not set forth the
numerous and interesting inquiries which
are suggested by these words of the con
stitution. They were fully stated in my
first communication to congress, and have
since been the subject of frequent delib
erations in that body, it is greatly to be
hoped that these m imentous questions will
find speedy solution, lest an emergency
may arise when longor delay will he im
possible, and any determination, albeit the
wisest, may furnish cause for anxiety and
THE VKTO row KB.
For the reasons fully stated in tny last
annual message, I repeat my recommenda
tion that congress propose an amendment
to that provision of the constitution which
prescribed the formalities tor the enact
ment ot laws whereby, in respect to bills
for the appropriation of public money,
the executive may be enabled, while giv
ing his approval to particular items, to
nterpose his veto as to such others as do
not commend themselves to his judgment
The fourteenth amendment to the con
stitution confers the rights of citizenship
upon all persons born or naturalized in the
United States and subject to tho jurisdic
tion thereof. It was the special purpose
of this amendment to Insure to members
of the colored race the full enjoyment of
civil and political rights. Certain statutory
provisions intended to secure the enforce
ment ot those rights have been recently
declared unconstitutional by the Supreme
Court. Any legislation whereby con
gress may lawfully supplement the guaran
tee whlcn the constitution affords for the
equal enjoyment by all the citizens of the
United States of every right, nrivilese and
immunity of citizenship, will receive my
Chester A. Arthur.
W ashington, I). C, Dec. 3, lnsa.
You make a mistake if you buy furni
ture without first examining the large and
elegant stock now op exhibition corner 17th
and Washington avenue, next door above
postoffice. The line of bod room and par
lor sets, reed, cane and foldingchairs, is the
finest ever shown on this side of Chicago,
Cincinnati or St. Louis, and is offered for
sale t low prices. Hales now open until 9
unlock p. m. Wm. Eichhofp.
Sergeant W. H. Rsy's report for No-
rember gives the foriowing data concern
ing wind and weather durfo that month :
Winds of twenty -five miles per hoa or over,
with dates, directions and velocity, occur
red on the 5th, southwest, twenty-seven
miles, on the 11th, north, thirty-four miles,
on the 12th, north, twenty-eight miles, on
the 18th, north, twenty-eight miles, on the
14tbt north, thirty miles, on the 21st, south
west, forty miles, on the 26th, north, thirty
miles. Thunder and lightning occurred on
the 7th, 6th, 9th, 10th, 21st, 25th, 20th.
The total rain fall was 4.38 inches, the
heaviest, 1.97 inches, falling on the 2ht
The highest temperature was 73.5, on the
9th, the lowest 15.3, on the 16th. The
greatest daily range of the temperature was
80 degress, on the 20th. Frosts occurred
on the 1st, 2d, 7th, 18th, 15th and 28th.
-Mr. Eugene E. Ellis has voiced sn in
chnation to start the publication of a news
paper in this city, though as yet there is
nothing positive about it. ITo doubt Mr.
Ellis, if he ventures into the newspaper
arena here, will seek to supply the demand
for a "truly good Republican" journal,
which demand has of late manifested itself
just a little through the Republican press
in othor parts of this district. The Ga
zette, as the "truly good Republican" press
in other parts of the district said, is not
loyal to the grand old party of all iniqui
ties, since it wilfully forsook the train of
"the powers that be," and the loyal press
has expressed surprise that Cairo should be
without a Republican paper of the stalwart
stripe. Mr. Ellis paper if it materializes
will also doubtless seek to meet wants
coming from other quarters, which are not
to fully met by the existing papers here as
is desired. There is room for a paper of this
kind here, and Mr. Ellis is perhaps better
able to start and. conduct it than most
others, as he has already much ot the mate
rial needed in such a project, is posted in
the mysteries ot its uses and has abundant
good sense to make the paper readable and
the enterprise successful. Let's have the
Some of the cures by St Jacobs Oil, arc
almost beyond belief.
Wanted Lady agents tor the "Queen
frotector," and MUaisy"BtockingSupporter,
two new inventions for ladies' and children's
wear, Sell in every house. Large profits,
Steady employment. Address, with stamp,
Ladies' Undergarment M'fg. Co., 9 So. May
St., Chicago. lm
W. F. liAVBDia, nvor editor of fBiBtru.mii
and stesmboat passenger sgbnt. Order for all
kinds of steamboat lob printing solicited. Office
at Bowsr's European Hotel. No. 7T Ohio levee.
TheW. W. O'Neil, the largest towboat
afloat, passed down with a heavy coal fleet
The R. R. Springer got off for New Or
leans at 8 a. m. yesterday. She had a fair
trip for the south. 7 ... ,-, ..
The J. H. Hillman from. Nashville
arrived here at 19 o'clock Wednesday night
loaded with felloes for St. Louis and left
on her return trip yesterday at 1 p, m.
i The Bells Memphis from Vicksburg re
ported here at 4 p. m. yesterday. She had
a good trip, discharged severel hundred
bales of cotton and received the Hillman
freight for St. Louis. , ;, . u
Yesterday the wharfboats were busy re
ceiviog freight all , day. - Rain set in about
4 o'clock with the appearance of it being
steady for the night .
Capt. Wash Thompson wires that he will
arrive here this morning for Cincinnati with
his mammoth steamor Belle of Shreveport
The Cons. Millar from Memphis will be
1 on hand early this morning for Cincinnati
INtf, DECEMBER 7. 188S.
She was due lst nigbr, but owing to heavy
fog w detained, .v,.:5j
The Andy Bauni from Cincinnati is duo
to-morrow night or; Memphis.,, , r ,,
The electric light steamer Guiding Star
left Cincinnati last niht for New Orleans.
The New Mary Hootoq Trom the south
Is due up to-morrow for Cincinnati.
1 he Hudson from St. Louis passed ud
for Paducah and Shawueetown last niirht.
Owing to the president's message in this
morning's issue we tut our river column
short. i .'
Thursday Evemiko, Dec. 1883.'
Tho season thus far has been s remarka
ble one in many ways. The temperature
up to-day is more of summer than winter
and the streets were dry and dusty, but to
day closed dark and ranging steadily: !
The market continues dull and lifeless,
something very unusual Sot Cairo at this
season of the year, but the same condition
prevails in all other markets so our mer
chants have no special reason for com?
plaint.. . , . ... . . ", ,,i r i
FLOUR Dull andf .quief.'i' little 's'pu'rt
early in the week livened the market for a
short time but it soon subsided.
HAY Plea ty offering and movement
small. Demand is confined to choice
CORN Essy and unchanged
mand is of the light order.
OATS We tote a good supply and only
moderate demand. Prices rule firm.
MEAL Quiet and unchanged.
BRAN Scarce and in active request.
BUTTER The market is overstocked
with low and medium grades.
EOQ8 Scarce and in active demand.
CHICKENS-Plenty for tho demand
which is light,
TULKEYS Scarce and wanted.'
APPLES Fancy marks are in good de
mand. Common are unsaleable.
POTATOES AND ONIONS-Both are
overstocaecf ami dragging.
Sales and Quotations.
NOTB. The prices here fiven are for sales from
ret bands in ronnd lots. Aa advance Is
;ehrged for broken intsin BUlnconter.
too bble fsnev
00 bble various grades.
lOrthbls family ....
... 4 W&t 18
a bous u
100 bbls choice...
ft care gilt edge small bale.
4 care choice Timothy.....
5 cars mixed
t cars good puma
S cars new mixed In bulk..-.
I care new white In bulk
Scars new white la sacks
cars choice , in balk ,
cars mixed in bnlk
cars, in lacki, del
No. t Red, per bn
No. I Mediteranean - 1 00
City on orders t 4013 49
800 pounds choice Northern packed
Sou ponnds choice Northern
sou ponnae soutnern ins..
hj pounds creamery..,..
StO ponnds choice roll
10 eoops ;mized.
tiaila per doi.............
Hill . . I J
T. uu turKeys per uusvu..........MM
wua aucks peraosen
Per bhl choice Ben Dav1a....... I 95
Small varieties...... . INI
Choice WlnesaDS .....-.......... 50AI 7!)
Qennto&s ....l StKii'i
Choice red .
Cboloe yellow. .m....
Potatoc per bush Peseh Blow....
Potatoes per suan aariy nose
Potatoes per ooi.
teaeeeeseee e ee
According to slss t OO&U 00
Tierces... ,... .....mm
Halfdo Mm... ..............
Buckets . ......wm.....
B. C. Banie -
Clear sides.... mm,........m...s..
. . . ........., III... Ml............
at. Johns ! 15
t , bualiel burlaps.......
6 bushsl '
Peeehee.halvee and qasrurt
Choice, ', Factory .
Dry Kllnt choice
Oreen Salt....,,.. ....
Hkeen Pelts. dry.
Sheep P-lt, croen.,
Oommon Lukb..... f t 7,1
4 boo t n.!
i0?. ,-v 4 751a n nfl
Mcnlnm Leaf , h j jq
QorsUaf. T SOQ t '0
KATES OK FKBIUHT.
Vlclcsbure. Prentea RnniH 9a np kloh.
All other war points below Memphis toNew Or.
rnuiv imw na 10 a inesion. ;
riucKien's Arnica Salve
The Bust Salvo in the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Soros, Ulctrs, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Clipped Hands. Chilblains.
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sain hv RarcUv
A Specific for Change of Life.
We are in receipt of a letter from J. T.
Ilamby, Esq., of Floral, Ark., in which the
writer snys: 'Samnratine Nervine cures
fetn ile decline, and during the change of
lile it is a specific." Stieirestive facts.
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Losb ot Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lupgs. . It will positively cure yon; (6)
Of the many remedies ixtforHbe public
for nervous debility and weakness o?
nerve generative system, there is none equal
to Allen's Brain Food, which oromDtlv and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
ft pug., o tor fa. At druggistB.
The Queens of Society .
are amont' the stanchest advocates of bean
tifyiug SOZODONT, which communicates
to tue teeth the glistening whitenesa of
snow, arrests their decay, renders spongy
and ulcerated , gums healthy, and breath
iubuu oueusive oy aeiectivs teeth made as
sweet as honevsnrii-.cs, ye were
n.'.aa to captivate, make your conquests
sure and swift, your ernpiro over male
hearts lasting by its sovereign aid. The
fashionable world declares there is nothing
Worthy of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicino, and will surely cure Biliousness,
f ever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak.
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay Bros. .., j (6)
None Bat tfirst Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Shuhlbt & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty i.i tin'- goods, and if you need
any thing in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry.
send to Shurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. Thej are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, PoBt-
mastcr of Chicago, Qen 1 A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. . Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send roa their new
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everything for Amateur Theatrical.
EL KHKJJCH HON,
88 B. 14th 8t , New York.
LANE & BODLEY COS
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SEND FOR CATALOOTJB.
N.W. Missouri Farms for Sale
tiond for llala of CHOICE Farms In best stock
country in the U. C. O. COMHTOCK, -
Albany, Gentry Co., Mo,
Ncwepsper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St ,N.T
F; Sale by
. .. .No Longer Needed.
1 ol fashioned, ilow-esiiog plasters "mart
to.' Button's Ctpslse Porous Plasters srt the
best 85 cents,
VAXilO good. Mailed on Veceipt of t) cents
in sttmpa. 11KAKNK ACQ, P.O. B 1 67.N.Y.
lyANrKD-Lailiea and younir men wishing to
JJ.SVJl . J0? M7 dr qaieUy at their homes ;
wsrk mrulhtdj;-ntby mall: so canvsMing; no
alumna renn rut fim r.i. ui .jj iH,n
"avio , w South Main St., Fall River,
Ely's Cream Balm,
Cream Balm bsa rained sn enviable renntatlnn
wherever knowo ; displacing all other preparations.
Bend for circular coutalnlcg full inform tlon and
reliable testimonials. By mall, prepaid, 50 cents a
packagi atsmps received. Mold by all wholeaala
and retail drtiutrl.ti. LY'S l UE AM HALM en .
Owetro, New Y..rk.
Burns, 50c., Hyron, 50c, Mrs.
Browning. 55c., Campbell, 40c .
Chaucer. HOc.. I)ntp. lilc.. Dnilnii
50c , Goelhe, 7"c., Oolderalth, S'C. Hemana. 50c..
Had Bncl Orivsaev. 70c. . ilnod. Mir... lnil.,w. MIc. .
Keats, 40c.. Mar(dlth..S0c. Milton. 5ik. Mnnra.
)., Pope, 50c, Poe, 40c , 8chlller,4(Jc., Hcott, 50o
Tennyson, 60c.,; Virgi),4oc., and othera. Fine cloth
binding. Sent for exaiulna'lon before payment
on evidence of good faith. Catalogue free NOT
sold by deaera. JuUM B. AiiiiUN, I'ubliaher,
in vey St., sew york.
I nave e poiitiTe remedy for the abora d iamae ; by ita
nae thoosands o( oaaxa of the worst kind and 'f Ions
undine have been eared. IndBed.nottroniia rT
faith in Its effioecy, that I will axnd TWO HoTTl.KS
FREI-.tecaiuefwitba VALUAHI.K TKKATISK on
thia diHiM, to any auffenr. (lire exprKu and P. O.
HfFNlr WITHOUT A TRACJ1KKI Koper's
III V OLJ instantaneous Guide to Keys of Piano
andOrt;an. Price $1. Will teach my person
to play SO plecea of puistc In one day You could
not lear, it lrum a teacher in a mouth Tor J-J0. Try
it and be convinced Hamp'ecopy wll. be mulled
to any addres on receipt of 2.1 centa In slampa by
HttAKNK ACU.)l'mHmher, P, 4J. BoxllNl.N.T.
I CURE FITS!
WhT, I a. mm 1 An nak nun fnnrcilv to 8tnT thftm
for a time ana then hare them retorn acain, 1 tnmn a
ltrajoure. l nave maqe vnnaweaaeoi nifii
tP8T Oil FALLING TsiOKNEHS alife-lonn atmly.
I warrant my remedy teoue the wont caeca, ftenanae
ethars have failed u no roaaon f or not now rncainns a
eore. 8nd at one tor a Trentiee and a Krce Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Eiprera and Potrtnlfiue. U
ooata yon nothing for trial, and I will cure you.
Addreie lJu. lL o. KyoT. lot Pearl St., Mew York.
Alt C, m...!.. ...
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oiioK,.. ha."sw T n.fl rgtm , e
""fen. . . LiMiom lit t A T -
A-Jiu(i( via. a.11 b nouu""" - - ...
5'-'-?".dato.diiT. ana its
st. i)u... ..,i- and its resnitwui
unnu . . yt n..in.
freeaiid 4,,nDareat. H. ra"
fSrc'aatof the U W-rWDgmeo't
byniallor . ,,,rn oritaaa''08'
gurantHl Y"r ... ,,,,,., wo .
stau-d. cm, issued an appeal tftUnwor
Nervous Pro. the State an Nation, In.
. - ,m W . V m.. are
k1tJ.t oreantzing the
affections of Thrm .invention, to be helA
JHarriag9, Bnenmatigm, ' Piles, "d tlce
attention to eases from over-worted brot
SPROICAL CASTS receive special attention.
Disease, arising front Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Iiponum,
It Is self-evident that a physician pay In?
particular attention to acla. ofcav attalu
sreat skill, and plivali'lain. In rt Riilur practice
all oyer the country knowlnir thla. fre.iuently
reeomnwnd eawato the oldwuolhce In Auwrlca,
where every known appliance i rfiortrd t,
and the proved good reme eUw of all
SKea and rountriea are uaed. A whole house l
used forofncepurnoiwa, and all are treated with
kill in a reipectrnl manner: rikI, knowing
what to do. noexiierlnn-Htaare made. On ac
count of the great numlier applylnir, the
eharKea are kept low. ofttn lower than la
demanded hy othi-ra If you wciire the skl'l
and gi-tatpocdy and perfect lii cure, that la
the Important matter. Pamphlet, M puget,
Knt to any addreaa free.
plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Elegant eloth end (Tilt binding. fiealet for 90
eenta lit poataire or currency. Over fifty won
.lerful neo pictures, true to III , artleleaon the
follow I n o; auhjecta. Who may marry,
whyr lrronr aue to marrv. Who mnr
JJanhoml, Womanhood. Phvslcal dca
Uow llfi aiii'liappliit"a may b
ne married or contemplating
hMti.i kuI It. It on e 1 1 to mi read
oy all ailt
nit iHM-snne. then kent unilcr kick and
key. 1'oimlar edition. Baioe asalKivcimt paper
eover and guopatfes.ttcenuiui' mall. 1 amuug
far TWr'L D
ONE OF TIIE BEST PIISICIANS.
I have been using Swlft'i Specific In my practice
for qulto a long time, and I regard it the beat cum
e neat cum-
blnatlon as a Diooa pnriner snu tonic
It is entire-
ly vegetable), belug composed of the otiracte of
roots which grow Ir this section of Uuorgia. Iam
fami'lar with Its hietory from the lime the forma a
was ebtalned from the Indians. It la a certain and
tale remedy for all ktnde of blood polaon end akin
burner, and in the hundreds of caee in which I
hsve need It and teen it need, there has never been
failure to cure. I have cured blood taint In
TBI THIRD OKSHlTtON j
with it, after I had moat Anally failed by the most
sppioved methods of the treatment with mercury
and iodide of polamlum. Th 'e casus have been
cured over fifteen year ago, and have never had
any retorn of the dieeatein themeulves or in their
cult. ren. FKED A. TOUMEK, M D.
Perry, lloneton Co., Gs.
"Itlathe bcite lllng remedy In my store, and
ill elwseeof people bny it It has become s house,
hold ternedy with many of our beet citizens."
WALTER A. TAYLOR,,
1 "I eell Swift's Speclfic-often a groea In ten days
at retail and to all clsrsee. Home of Atlanta's
best people use it regularly a s tonic aud alte'stive.
Onr treatise on Blood and 8 kin Dlaeasci mailed
free to applicant. arr,mlW,r,nrr;
IDBj am A MB uvaa a "vi
Ir..- Drawer. Atlanta, Oa. '
Ststa A Monroe Sts., Chicago.
Will Mini p.n iy M ilnlri
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