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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKNINU MARCH 22, 1884.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds.
Hoarseness, Ilroneliitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Conh, In-i
anient Consumption ami lut the re
licfofconstimtitivei'Crsonsin ad van
ced stages of the Disease, 1
by all Druggists. Price, 25
AND DLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort u the moat .ucceiaful remedy
I ever usrd." In. P. c. Ilallou, Monkton, VU
"K uln y -Wort Is al way reliable."
I'r. II. N. Clark, 80. Hero. Vt.
"Kidney-Vort hi;w! aij wife after I wo year
uilonrijf." Dr. C. Id. liiunmcriio, Bun llul, Ua.
IN THOUSANDS OP CASES
It h&a cured vhcroall el- had filled. 1' u mild,
but oflieient, IKHI AIH IS IIS ACTION, but
harro'ess in all caw .
t Jll l uni the Itlnodaod Slrf BhpMacd
(I New I. lie to ail tlie importai-.t orjaua cf
Umbody. Il;t cat uul action of tlio Kidneys i
restored. TjiJ lav, :r U cleansed of aJldiaeaao,
ft:id the Lowe'. niova fn i- y :id hcalthluUy.
In thu way the wont ducuiM are eradicated
from the symtrro. g
PRICE, SI 00 LiQt ID oa CUT, SOLO BI CUt'GClhlS.
D: y can bo nt by ca.l.
Wrai.. l:iCIIAi:iv.01 ACM.narllartenTt.
rtv Mx month od brn!:e out i h f-rae.
i'l of 'kin h'ltdor, a'ni afvr i-.-iuc tr' tio-i the
nth liy my tarrTy j.bysti-iun, wm even up 'o
The 'rtr.jiit r-'-ori'lm-rul'-d Swilt' fcr-cufl-;,
1 tbe il-ci m h fn'tli n it was 111 i r ' :i -.
My rhilo soon put wr.l, tra"! t of li.e tl 1 r -!
' r" H11I is a fit
. II. KniKUANn, JI nilt n. I'.j.k Courty Texas.
ha' snlT-red fo- v.nr.y year from r!r.-r r.n my
", nll'-n "V lor'' ur:d ji.ln;i;!. ilnrui,' ii
u t un-J t'moii eiervtbin;! to ifl.-ct ac .r- I11U
viiiu. 1 luuk r-.:t' :;..'!!. ry adv'ct of a
nj, and in a short ti-re rend sound and
il. E:iWiJ. Mil.' Kii. Iieiu:iimit,Tcii.
have been fed with Srrnfi'a f.ir twelve
r. and nav" liitd nifr "n niu ai I i'Ji' a a
.n't Liid fur tl.it n riL"li of llind. l.-int hiiliiht
ia had o!T fiat I niuM 1.01 fnr cli tbiiij;. I
d "pi nt l.ndr In of do Iar in ih - IT rl to Li
re. I'it In no p'ir'i"i ai.ll 1m 1 i.jil-i 'l m;
f l'b Mi.rn.ry ai.d l'il-i-ti. Vonr Sit M (
.c riire 1 me j, r-':i it .. :u.d pfrtnauvnlly, aud I
pe ev.-ry like i-utl'-nr 1! Sam- It.
It. I. Ih..n, LUoal, Ark.
I'll -MIXEXT BAI'TIT IM1F. ACHEI!.
I wa 1;.:d Inw tr an kttark of I'.r ,h-.t! ar.d
niK'-rV ?-or" Ti.roat. a: d my lif.- almost !
1 : t 1 of, tn"i my pi.viriii an: 1 try S . S. I
ntuti-d tor s mii ti Lr, bat I rai-l of be
rniaa ntiy laid a du trotn the active d t'.i-s
tninlatry, 1 fl cid-'d to Rive the preparation a
r trial, an ! afti-r perm v -rini; In it" ue I fo'ind
upl te Mdii'f, and a-n etij liiu' fxri-lli-nt b-'alth.
m cli'iirly of the op'n'on that r-Mllt'n spt-ritlc i
i-uf tt:e lic-l AIH-rtW- and l'.loui! I'urtfi'-rit in
i-tin'e. and 1 lake pl'-asuri- iu r'r-.imtn nd:oj
turaf.vv qi!tlitU-ii t i other afll'-t.-t I '.
ll . C. liofc.SAIlY.
FKoM A WKLLKScWS I.AWTLK.
I havii taken Swift' Specific f r lhenma'is:n.
d found perfect relief. It al reiievi-d rue uf
spi pn;a. f om whirb I had mil- red for I
:iev-. Alien rl 11 : y nppreclnted a a Tonic ftn l
ood l'ur'8er, that ;ft'! Spc:fl w 11 I'l-curue a
useliold nn.edv. 1. I'. Hut..
A:!-.tn, (!a., Nov. l, 1n2.
Our trefttl'enn Wood nnd Skin Dioa? ! mailed
e to applicant"
THE MVIFT SPKC'f 1'IC 0..
Drawer ll. Atlanta, Oa.
New Yor' Office. ll'JW. S'd St. between Sixth
.d Seventh Avenues
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Ntw and compieto riotel, 'front:n o.
Second and Kuilrond Street",
Tho Pasfrneer Depot or tno Chtracro. St. Lonli
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.out and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern,
tobllc nnd Ohio; Cairo and St. Lottti Hallway
re all jnptnero" the itrevt; while the Steamboat
.anrttne i" bnt one aanare dltdant,
This Hotel Is heated by utitam, has "team
aundrv, Hvdraulle Elevator. Electric (Jail Hells,
katomatic Klrc-AIarm". llu;!m, abaulntely pure air,
perfect "eweraee ana Lompieteantiotiitroenis.
Superb furniHhings; perfect aervico; and an on
L.. I1. IWRKKH to fir).. LesBoa
Ibis poroui planter U
famous for itn quick
and hearty aetlon in
curinft Larue Bock,
IvinV in ii,., nnoV Ri.in n. TTtn. NiMiralula. Btllt Joint
anil Miix-lr", Horo t'best, Kidney Tnmbli and all pains
ni- m. hf. nil li. r l.a-nl i.r iloclmented. It HoothoS, Strength-
tmg and Stimulates the rt. The Tirtuee of hops com
bined with (riiiiM-clean and ready to apply. 6uierior to
liniment", lotions and salves, Trlco S!5 cents or 8 for
I A GREAT
COipt of prtr. Hitft
Plaster Company Vny
prlctont, Boston, Alum.
l-Tholxwt fiunUjr pill iriado lUwlry'fl Htuituu h aiij
jATrr nilfl. 8ta I'lonnnntln tvifrmnnrt rnfrrtntnkr.
The Daily Bulletin.
OITKK: NO. 7!t OHIO J.KVKE.
OFFICIAL FA I' Hi; G ALttXANUEK COUNTY.
UV! i:itl;l AT III K t'AIUO I'OSTOKFICK KH
1 1tANSMISMON TIlllOLOlI TUB MAI LB AT
8KC0ND CLASS HAT KB.
TI10 ilecis oQ of the Federal Court at
Nashville, declaring the act of the TeuntB
sue L'-gi-ilaturu orauizing a railroad com
mission unconstitutional, is of much im
portance, and the railroad companies have
reason to congratulate themselves upon
their victory. Ju Igu IJaxti-r took the view
that railroad corporations whose lines pass
through various states, cannot legally be
Buoj'tctfcd to the fluctuating and variant de
terminations of frequent juries sitting to
decide questions of damage; Dor can they
properly be iulj'tcteii to tho caprices of a
railroad commission armed with authority
to iiivetioate railroad tarilli and Ox
chimes. He held that the commission law
conflicted with the State Constitution,
which forbids discrimination in favor of in
dividual, and with the Fourteenth Amend
ment to the C institution, in that it denied
the eq'ial protection of the law to railroad
corporations. The Fourteenth Amend
ment, he held, was designed to prevent
disci iminatrms against persons or property,
by injurious lobulation or otherwise; im
pwing burdens on one class which are not
imposed on another. Under the Tennessee
law, the raiiro'tds would practically fall
under th; management of the commission,
an I eventually railroad property "would
become the prpy of (spoilsmen and an irre
sponsible oligarchy." Judge Hammond's
opitiiou was, in tlie main, that State power
only reach- railroads lying within the
Sta'e, or to shipments beginning and end
ing lnthe State. Under these decisions
the Tennessee IUilroad Commissioners
have beer, subjected to a restrsining order,
and the cuse will be reached at the April
term of the court, when an appeal will
d .iiibtless be taken to the Federal Supreme
Court. If the Nashville decision is sus
tain 1, the dogma of plenary State legisla
tive power will be undermined and the du
ties of railroad commissi' ntrs will be very
An unusually boM robbery was at
tempteJ early ye-tt-rday morning, at the
residence of Mr. Charles Lame, on Tenth
treet; and one that was attended by inci
dents of a more than ordinarily starting
nature. Mr. Lame has been sick fur
some time, so eieK mar it wasncces?ary
aime one should sit up with her every
night. Mrs. Ford was on watch Thursday
night, and early yesterday morning she
was aroused by a noise in an adjaining
r wm, which she thought wss made by a
cat. she procured a stout stick ami went
out in search of the cat, but found instead
a man at work at the door of a cabinet in
the room where Mr. Lame lay asleep. In
stea 1 of giving the alarm, as almost any
one else would have done, she cautiously
made toward the intruder aud dealt him a
blow on the head, but the man turned
quickly, grasped her by the throat, drag
ged her to the adjoining room and there,
while she held him by the long whiskers,
he bore here down, placing his knee upon
her chest, took the stick away from her and
had just loosened her grasp
from his whtskers when Mr.
Lame appeared upon the scene,
which caused the rascal to flee. Investiga
tion showed that the man had gained en
trance by msans of the .front window, and
had then opened the front door to permit
of an easy exit. A sheet was spread upon
the floor in the parlor, and upon it were
a collection of silverware, and several
quilts and fine blankets all ready to be
tied up. The thief ,wa evidently looking
for more valuables when interrupted in his
work, and made good hi9 escape. The
stick used by Mrs. Ford was bloody, but
whether the blood came from the burglar's
head or from Mrs. Ford's nose, which was
also bleeding, is somewhat doubtlul. A
reasonable theory is that the man, in grasp
ing at Mrs. Ford's throat, struck her on
the nose causing it .to bleed, and then with
his bloody hands wrested the stick from
her grap, leaving imirks of blood on the
btick. Mrs. Ford is prostrated with nervous
excitement, and what is believed to be an
injury of lhe lunt;s causad by the pressure
of the villain's knee.
TITLE TO LAND.
Having ascertained tho exact boundaries
of a farm, the owner would do well to have
the title examined, aud, if necessary, per-.
fected. There is as much uncertainty
about the title as about the boundaries of
many farms. Many buy farms without
first obtaining an abstract of title and with
out haviug an abstract examined by a per
son competent to pass on its merits. They
tako the seller's word that the title is good,
His word may be good on most matters,
but tho title to the land lie conveys may bo
very poor, and this without his knowledge.
Deeds are often inaccurately drawn and ac
knowledged by incompetent persons, and
lead to great trouble at some period
Mortgages are often given and satisfied,
but no evidence of their having been satis
fied appears on the county record. The
time has already come in cities when a
purchaser requires an abstract of title to
any property he buys. This time will soon
como in the country. Fcoplo will not pay
largo sums of money for farmsng land un
lees they have c inclusive evidence that llio
title is right fn every respect. Mistakes in
the conveyance of properly, releases of
mortgages that have been satisfied, and
mistakes of any kind can lie corrected or
adjusted duiing the life ef the persons who
were parties to them with little trouble or
expense. The longer they are delayed,
however, thn greater the difliculty becomes.
Every owner of farming land should be
able "to icad his title clear." Ho should
have his chain of title drawn out by one
competent to da it, and examined by one
whose judgment is good in such matters,
lie should als preservo his deeds and tax
receipts. Our fystem of land surveying is
very simple in the west, as is our system of
conveying property, otni many lanu-
cwners are very negligent about tho matter
of boundaries and titles.
In homely latiL'inge, "to mako tho
bent of things," or "to look on tho
bright side," is the habit of lifuthal wo
njiiirovo in others; and the approval wo
give thos-; who net in that temper im
plies our belief Unit tho opposite mood
is culpable. It has b.-cn said that tho
be-it of life is convervilioii; and to cem
versation sm i -ty is requisite'. Certain
ly, therefore, il is iniie-li to our advan
tage to cultivato that side of our char
acter which will rutike our company
desirable; and we may rest assured
that no hiillianee of spr-eeh, no attract
iveness of manners, no rare attain
ments or acquisitions that we may
possess, will render our society so wel
come and so beloved as a cheery tem
per. I'ride itself might well conje to
our nid, and bid us keep a countenance
eif cheer; for what is a dejected bear
ing but a confess'on that wo have not
been able to hold our own in the battle
of life that we have been worsted,
and that no etVoris we can make are
Milli.-it ut to restore to us that which wo
have lost, or c:m satisfy those de-sire-s
which wo have nourished? This
is nu avowal which we should bo
ashamed to make in words. Why,
then, should we publish it ju our de
meanor? Tho self-reliant man, the
man who is able to he p himself nnd
others, and is coiis' kms of brave effort
and high endeavor, wi.l, desiiite ro-vrsi--,
have the spirit and the fortitude
to comport him-eif cheerily anionz his
fe!iow-men: aud will rind that this very
cheer is a key to open to him men's
hearts and homos at once is a magic
power that finds him a chair at every
table ami a place by every neartrisiue.
He will find thK and he will recognizo
that it is cheer that he himself seeks
in the intimacy and converge of friends
cheer that ho seeks in his favorite
pleasures cheer that is offered to him
by the lessons of religion; that it is this
that makes the live and rippling brook
the darling of the gloaming woodland
it is this that makes the glow-worm
the darling of the moonless August
night it is this that makes tho robin
tho darling of tho silent w inter morn
ing, when tho trees are leafless, and
the snow is abroad, and no other bird
has heart to sing. Chambers' Juitrnat.
Tlie Driver Outwitted.
A stout German sprang on a one
horse car in Fourteenth street yester
dav, and while looking around him in
a bewildered manner for tho conductor
his eves fell on the sign, "I'iease throw
yotirfaro in the box." Taking a dimo
from his pocket the German threw it in
the fare-box aud then held out his
hands as if to cateh a ball, being evi
dently under tho impression that when
his live cents change would jump out
he would catch it. The driver looking
around saw him.
"You blank fool," ho yelled, "what
are vou driving at?"
"I drow me den cents down in dor
pox. und I vaid vor my change," said
"Mv eye. what a greeny," said tho
driver". '"Well, Dutchy, you will have
to lose those live cents."
The German protested and the other
passengers took his part, but the driver
was obdurate. While discussing tho
matter another passenger spraug on.
The trouble was explained to him and
he paid his fare to the Gorman. Soon
tho driver began to ring tho bell. No
ono noticed it. P.ecoming impatient,
the driver opened the door and said:
"Say, if you don't pay your faro you
will have to get off this car."
"I did pay my fare," said tho last
"You did not," shrieked the driver.
"I diil." coolly answered the passen
ger. "This gentleman," poiufnig to
the German, "paid my fare, an 1 1 gave
mv a eetits to him."
'The driver returned to h's post with
a nmt'.ci'eil curs". A'. F. HW.'d.
Helping tlie l'oor.
A lady living in the northern part of
tiiis ti:y had her attention iliroe:ed to
a ease of charily the oilier elay which
ma.le her heart-strings vibrate. There
was a sick woman and tw o ragged and
hungry childfcu in th.t hmi-e, while ti;e
husband was out tramping tho streets
in fi-.t arch of any sri of work which
won. d earn them bread. The charita
ble lady made a trip among her neigh
bors and eolieeted food and clothing,
and after spending an hour or two with
the sick lady sho left a do.ltr in cash
le buy luedic'nes. When she had ilouo
this she went homo with a glad heart,
but later in tho day, as she was obliged
to pass the house again, she saw tho
d'seuur ige.l husband on the steps. Ho
had just return -d from a long tramp,
nnd as usual had iound no work. Tho
lady was about to accost him when ho
called to a boy on the oppos'to side and
"Say, sonny, how much to clean tho
snow off my walk?"
' "Oh, about 3d cents."
"I'll give you a quarlor."
"Well, I guess I'll do it."
The man entered tho house and took
2") eeitlsef tho very money left with
his Wife to pay for tho work, and the
lady walked on without anv rcmnrks.
The remarks worn made utter sho got
honi J Di ti oit Fnc i'ress.
S.uno of tho mummies in tho Brit-,
ish .Museum have false teeth on gold
Politic finli Mi-s In C'lilna.-
A Shanghai Idler to the Pliiladel
jdiia 1'fis.i says: Tho most barbarous
of a'l tho death rites which have- been
eibseived in China was that of immo
lating human beings tit the tombs of
Hie departed great! As high as 177
men have been buried nlivo in tho
tomb of a single individual. This hor
rible custom does not prevail at all
now, of course, hut the .same ' false and
inadequate notions of the saereduess of
human life do prevail universally. Hut
ef all Chine-so customs the most re
rnarkahlo lias been tho prevalent, pul
Jio, fashionable suicides, conducted in
public with every show of pomp, nnd
sometimes actually under the general
direction of a Mandarin. A gay pro
cession would bo formed, and a ele
lighted throng would follow the pros
pective victim to a scaffold which had
been erected with great care. Tho
seats commanding tho best view of lhe
sacrllico would ho sold, and thero
would he a grand turn-out of the sui
ciding party's friends, as well ns of tho
public at largo. Perhaps it would bo
a young widow, who had resolved to
end her miserable! existence on account
of the death e;f her husband, a widow
not being privileged to remarry in Chi
na. Tlie ocensinn would bo treated as
a regular holiday by the natives. For
a time the woman would chat pleas
antly with her friends, partaking of a
bountiful feast with them on the gal
lows. Then, having caressed a littlo
child that was piaced upon tho table
before her, and adorned it with a neck
lace, she would tako a basket of flow
ers and scatter tho blossoms gayly
among the crowd, after which she
would cheerfully place her head in tho
noose and swing oil' into eternity- As
a rule, suicides are now performed
without such publicity, but they aro
"Mis Partington, what do you use for a
very bad cold J" asked Mrs Dull. "Hand
kerchiefs, ma'am," answered the aged dame,
looking over her spectacles. Handker
chiefs are a desideratum in the event of a
cnld, but a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syiup is a necessity, because it not only
relieves, but cures the worst cold or cough
LIST OF LETTERS REMAIXIXO UNCALLED
FOR IN THE l'OSTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL,
SATURDAY, MA II' II 22, 1884.
Jose Bruce, Emma Bell, 0 Brooks, Do
cia Buckner, Pasalee Covington, Mary
Davis, Matilda Ilervey, Millieam Harris,
Louisa Ilardison, Joseph Hughts, Robert
Jenninss, Mary E Jackson, Loe Johnson
L Keitenbach, Tilda Landers, Ida Moerd
Lillie E Phelps, Jane Pettie, Mrs Hand ill
Julia Eodgers, Pv isie Sisk, Moliie Spurgou
Ella Spark, Emma Smith (2), Annie Van
derbilt, Gladdia Wilson, Febia Wakis, Ar
manda Whiteside, Alice White, Harriet
Allen, W J C Baskius, W
S F Bagg, John Ercm, G W
Beans, Geo Betts, Ed Battler 2, II A Bar
ber, W W Crabtree, Jorg Clay, Joseph
Camdbeli, James Cailin, E M Card, D R
Devine, Hellen Deshay, G M Dickerson 2,
E Iman Dawan, Benney Deonn, Green Tree
House, Tom Gallighan, Frank Green, W II
Hotchkiss, John Hollihan, E Hark less,
Fred Hull, Elmer E Hunter, Charles B
llonson, B F Hallett, Boss Hailey, Lewis
Jones, Jimmie Jones, Jessie Jones, Henry
S iner, Alex Johnson, Wm Kembold, John
Kniht, Wm Lawerance, Ley Lewson, Geo
Lovejoy, Andrew Lofkins, ArthurA Lyon,
P J Manning, Milford Mason, James Mar
shall, James Manning, Jno Martin, Herman
Nicholas, Fred Meyer, Dr McCary, It Max
well, J Pam, John Phillips, W J Itandel, F
Rowland, John J R y nolds, Fred Steaveson,
W A Sailers, W T Schutter, Sam P Steel,
Sam'l Smith, M A Shehorn, Louis Smith,
J S Saverty, S F Stephins, W n Tylor, Noah
Tate, J L Turley, J unes Taylor, Eliza Tur
ner, Thomas Whit.
Persons calling for tho above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Murphy, Postmaster.
Why They Call Him "Old Man."
"Yes, that's sadly so," said Jenkins, "my
hair is turning gray and falling out before
its time. Use something? I would, but
most hair restorers are dangerous." "True,"
answered his friend, "but Parker's Hair
Balsam is as harmless as. it is effective. I've
tried it and know. Give the Balsam a show
and the boys will soon stop calling you
' "Old Man Jenkins.' " It never fails tore
store the nriginal color to gray or faded
hair. Richly perfumed, an elegant dress
Perfection, The Scarlet, Cardinal
Red, Old Gold, Navy Blue, Seal Brown,
Diamond Dyes give perfect results. Any
fashionable reilor, 10c., at druggists. Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
If you suffer with Sick Headache, Con
stipation, Sour Stomach, or Bilious attacks,
Emory's Littlo Cathartic Pills will re
lieve you. 15 cents. (3)
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, T xas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thou.satT of
HCics of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
12.00 to $300 nnd $4.00 per ncre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity anti comfort. Send yemr ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkaneas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tho crop
far 1883 is CO per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, ami paying ono-fourth, one
half, or nil cash, a proportionate rcbato is
allowed for money paid for ticket? or freight
over tho Componies lines.
II. 0. ToWNsKtJD, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Men
Solids Never Sung.
"How does that verse run ? Sumothintr
liko this, isn't it ?
'There are whn touch the maijic strinir.
Anil noisy fume are proud t win llnni:
Ala" I for thomj who never aiui:.
Hut die w ith all their music in them.'
"Yes, that's a beautiful, pathetic and
true," said your representative. "Tho puet
alludes to people who are somehow sup
pressed, and never get their full allowance
of joy and air. Which reminds me of a
letter shown me the other day by IIlsCox &
Co., of New York, signed by Mr. E. C.
Williams, of Chapman, Snyder county, Pa.,
prominent business man of that place.
" ' I have suffered with asthma for over
forty years, and had a terrible attack in
December and January, 1882. I hardly
know what prompted me to take Parker's
Tonic- I did so, and the first dav I took
four eloses. The effect astonished me. That
nit-'bt I slept as if nothing was the matter
with me, and have ever since. I have had
colds since, but no asthma. My breathing
is now as perfect as if I had never known
that disease. If you know of any ono who
has asthma tell him in my name that Faiik
eb's Toxic will cure it even after forty
years, lliere was a man who escaped.the
fate of those the poet laments.
This preparatii'n, which has heretofore
been known as Parker's Ginger Toxic,
will hereafter he advertised and sold under
the name of Parker's Toxic. Inasmuch
as ;inger is really an unimportant ingredi
ent, nnd unpricipled elealers are constantly
deceiving their customers by substituting
inferior preparations undsr the' name of
ginger, we drop the misleading word.
There is no change, however, in the
preparation itself, and all bottles remaining
in the hands of dealers, wrapped under
tho nmue ef Parker's Gincer Tonic con
tain the genuine medicine if the facsimile
signature of IIi-xox & Co. is at the bottom
othe outside wrapper.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Bolt Co., Marshall, Mich.
eiffer to send I)r, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on ttial, for thirty days, to
men, old er young, sfilicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality nnd kindred troubles,
See advertisement in this paper. 2
A Lawyer's Opunon of Interest to all
J. A. Tawney, E-q , a lculing attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After Using it
for more than three year, I take great
p'eaure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, as the
best remedy in the world for coughs and
colds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves tlie pain in tlio chest.'
Trial bottles of this surj cure for all
throat and lung diseases may be had free
at Barclay Bros' drug store. Large size,
Advice to Mothers.
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