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THIS .)AI1.V CAIUO IUJJ.LKT1N. SUNDAY MOUXLVt, APRIL 13, 1884.
THE LION AGAIN EXCITED.
Another ArroRt of Allogod Dyim
mitorB With tho " Oooda"
In Tholr Posaoesiou.
They Are :ArraiugeJ and Remanded to
One of the Conspirators an Irish-American
Doing Business in the
' United States.
Londov, April 12. Considerable ex
citement t-xlsu over the arresU of tho al
Ictfed dyimiuiteis, John lJalcy, 1. N. Fitz
gerald and Jus. Kiiuun, untl important !.'
vt;loni)L'nts ur irtui.s ?.y the .o!ice,
who are very reticent u.s to tin; extent of
the evidence they have against the prison
er, Implicating them with very recent
explosions. The SUuubinl thin inornin-,'
Kays that hutlioient evidenre is at hand
against Daly to convict him of huviiiu as
sisted in the recent plot to Ilow up the
railway station. In an Interview with a
Scotland Yard dete;ive, that ollicer
stated that the police authorities have
information going to show that
laly was one of the five Irish
Americans who arrived at Waterloo
Station from Southampton February
and stopped at the WaverJy Hotel, a;id in
whose room was found a valise contain
ing an infernal machine like that found at
l'addington Station. Daly was taken be
fore the magistrate at Liverpool to-day
and remanded one week. The only wit
ness who appeared against him at the pre
liminary examination was Constat. e
Humphreys, whose testimony w is uot of
a very damaging dura, ter, witness ue re
ly proving that he had arrested Daly and
ldentif)ing bombs found in Daly's poises-ion.
Daly is a short man with dark
complexion and dark mutaclie. 1'. N.
Fitgerald was taken before a m.-igistr.ite
at Sligo and remanded fur u:e Week. His
examination Mas private1.
FitgeraM was closely guarded and w as
not allowed to communicate with anyone
but the Court and prison oiliciais.
James Kjnn, the clerk at whose
house In liirmlngham Daly Indeed,
was taken before the ma-Mrate of
that city to-day and remanded fur oie
week. The only testimony given at
the examination was the statement of
the detective w ho arrested him to the
effect that Daly lodged at Figan's house,
and that when Kan was asked In re
gard to the character of Mx lodger, he
denied that any such person had a
room at his house, and stated that lie
knew no such man.
The police, after searching F.gan's
house, found a number of document of
an incriminating character, but no ex
plosives. They have determined to raise
the out-homos and ill:: deeper in the
garden to search for explosives. Daly is
a Limerick man, but for several year has
been a commission agent in America.
l'KATH OK AV A.MKIUCAN C'UV-I I..
Fid ward Smith, American Consul at
Mautiheim, died of apoplexy last eve
ning in a railway carriage, near Heading.
He way on his wav home.
Havana, April 12. General Badean.
late United States Consul-Getieral here,
declines to state his reason for tendering
his resignation. He says he may see lit
later to give explanations through the
press. The impression prevail that hi
resignation is iu some way connected
with the Aguero expedition.
Antwkkp, April !:. Mesrs. Ghislin,
bankers of Charlerol and Antwerp have
failed. Liabilities K.ion.OoO francs.
Ottawa, April Li. The British Colum
bia Kepresentatives at Utawa have for.
nially protested againt the disallowance
of the anti-Chinese bill.
Henry Hitchcock's Will.
CiAi.KsiiriMi, In.., April 12. The will
of the late Henry Hitchcock has given the
citizens here a surprise and no slight
pleasure by its provi-ions. The bulk of
his property, valued at from $7.VH0to
51n0,l)(jil, has been left to Knox College,
subject to a life annuity for his wife. i
his own family his widow alone survives
him, and her maintenance during the rest
of her natural life is provided for in the
will. He was anxious that his property
should not be dissipated but should be
used for the education of the young men
of the State, for whom he was ever anx
ious to do something. His bequest en
dows a chair, which is to be known as the
Hitchcock Professorship. Josiah Bab
cock and John Lass are made executors
of the will, with power to carry out its
provisions by the sale of the estate, save
the homestead, which the wife holds dur
ing the rest of her natural life, but which
after her death also falls to tho college.
Chicago, III., April 12. Aaron Hil
laud, a Swede, well-dressed, aged forty,
and Mrs. Cora Thompson, aged seven
teen and pretty, were arrested at the
Northwestern Depot on a u-lcgram from
the Sheriff of Nevada, la. No charge is
stated, but is is believed to be an elope
ment. They were en" route to Norway.
The strike of the bill-posters for higher
wages has collapsed. All the men re
turned to work this moruing at the old
Quiet In Mattoon.
Mattoon, III., April 12. The excite
ment here over the Fleetwood murder has
almost subsided. People will doubtless
permit the law to take its course. No
demonstrations were made in Charleston
last night. The officers about tho jail re
fuse to give any account of the prisoner's
CA Rioter to Han tf.
Littlh Kock, Ark., April 12. Henry
Carr, tho Howard Couuty rioter, who
was granted a new, trial by the supreme
Court, Is again convicted and sentenced
to hang June 25. Jordan Sanders, who
was engaged in the riot, pleaded guilty to
marder In the second degree and was
sentenced to five years.
English olhVers in Egypt have been of
fered a ten week's furlough.
A horse thief, named Garrison, was
lynched by u Galveston mob Friday.
Lawrence Barrett is making a great
success at the Lyceum Theater, London.
The Duke of Buccleuh and Queens
bury Is dying. Ik- is seventy-eight years
Woodward, the special postal agent,
continued his .Star-route revelations yes
terday. The French Government has prohibited
the circulation of a Geneva Anarchist
The commission of David S. Stanley to
be Brigadier General has been signed by
The situation grows more menacing at
Berber and the rebels threaten to lay
siege to the place.
Mercantile exchanges were generally
c losed yesterday, the day being observed
as a half holiday.
Heavy ruins and water-spouts havo
caused hud washouts along the Southern
Pacitii: in California.
Harper's rolling mill at Newport, Ky.,
is forced to shut down on account of a
strike of coal he a v i rs.
Patrick N. F'it.ger:i!d, the arrested
dynamiter, will, it is said, give away the
secret. of the In ItKibles.
Dr. James G. .f. Hams, y, of Knoxville,
Tenii., a distinguished physician and
author, died Friday night.
Henry T ripple, a IdLl suf Celina, duo,
was fatally shot Friday by F.ii Brown,
whom lie threatened to whip.
The third assistant l'ostiii.ister-General
estimates that postal revenue will be
'.'(',:' p; less this year than last.
Prime Minister Ferry is not satisfied
with the decision reached by the Franco
American Indemnity commission.
Dispatehc from Havana state that
trouble Is brewing. Large parties of
bandits are forming In the interior.
.ian Terburgh, a young attor"y of
Pittsburgh, took pruVsic acid Friday
eveiiii.g. No cause is assigned.
It is reported that the German Emperor
William, ha passed into a state of Second
childishness. He suffer great!y from in
somnia. Another telegraph and telephone
company lias teea formed
York to construct iim-s throughout the
The same notes have been presented to
Egyjit by tiie German ami Austria:! Gov
ernment demanding payment of indem
John Thom.i, who wa to have been
hanged at Palmetto, G.i., Friday, had
hi sentence commuted to imprison
ment for lib:.
Fourtei n prisoners escape.! from the
jail at De Moine, Iowa, Friday night.
They ecapcd through a ,,,;,. th'y made
in the briek wall.
Aurclio Mayoll, a Cuban jut arrived at
Key West, ha. been arrested onthecharge
of cms; ;!!. g to assaitiate the Cuban
Th ). I.awson, coiivieted of the murder
of Mr. Ford. Ja. F. Buddy and Buddy's
son at I. i' .iTii.t. N. II., has been sentenced
to hang April 1 7, 1 "3,
A clew h.:S been obtained which will
pnbaMy lea l to th-arrest of the mis
creant who calls, d the fatal wreck on the
Pan-Han it. Ko.ad Thursday night.
Juiti B. Patron. e-Sprakcr of the
New M-xico I.egi-1 it.i! e, was asa-
sil.uUd by M tcli M aiicy, a Cow-boy,
Ti.u.-s lay night. Mitch " will probably
swing from a iiinb.
Grain and Provisions.
SATl'ltDA V, APRIL 12, 11.
ri.lT.SStea.ly: iniiMiin'r. 11 'H;11;C.
Kl.oi n Sie.i ly; AAA o t Iioice, .l.u jl.7'.;
j u e.'ii-. f.'i ". ' , i.-t'j.
W Mt.AT-I ir.iier; N. i It.il. 1.0;,: No.
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iis -lti.-lier: No. I mixed, 4..Se: No.
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lu it, ni' iiiiiin io iroo.l i:: .mM;.5n.
H ii I'lairu- VIO ....in Vi fur primi-: ?U.fO
C'll Vi Kir eli. .:ce; l!!i.. P. H fur cntmnoll
to in line; limotliy l!i'.7 tor prime to tuncy.
in mil-.--;. amy: . iii.i -c T. i.im y rr aniei v,
10 .Fury, iroo.l iu cliei. e :'.'". 'iTc: inij
2c. for s.l'-ci urn, low tfi an I. s nominal.
li.K.s Welln a- lit:
I'i it Tni's I a, r s.-' liinr 'leMiiiiiii fur clinice:
common .lull. K:il rn .-er.'s l.u4.C.'c; liur-
l .auks c: njl ci r. 1 1. .c; Nurtiiern. :
iu ;; lltlke, iw .;..(; liil'iuis ,,,) huttoin, l. i
I'lMiK Imil: stan.liird mess. 1 1 7.2."3.1T..V;
lii-.l si.le. -;.im.
l.nio-steiely; irtme fte.im, nuininiil ut
s V e
Ii v. '.v-l.onrs, !'V'',:i ,.; shorts, (t'4c; clear
ril". '' Vt4';:.
Wo. n. 'I'iiti-aisliei elioice. SIH'.e; coin-nion.J-'SH-:
iin-iilie.. le.liUtii.iJUii'ie; lo.v
ail'l eoiil'se L'l'inles, .", (. I
Mini s Stciely; . t ry Hint, VM; .liitnaeil, lfle;
bu.i or -t ivs. 1. lie; .Iry ,rv.
-iil'O I, .liinuiL'e.l, 1 !: kiii an. I calf, suited, ti ,e;
(liiinaire.l, T'e: nulls Hud stag-, tie; trree-i, im
cilre'l. s.,e, ilaiiviifeil, i;l.,e
Sin-iKC ( ' K I . l Steady; irrvcn, sicr'f lam;
( .In, .'. ... T".'., n to inn. iimi mid iii:ilitv of
weul; fi rctn s.icarin-rs ZH'i h.. ; dry do, Ui-'Ue.
Wiik iT-Iiwer; April, 7!'e; May, NJc:
Juiii', .'i''-'i'io: Juiy, .ikC.
(.'. .UN Weaker; April, 4.1c: Mav, 4'.t'4C!
June, .'.(! ,1ii!v. W .e: August, ll',c.
oiTS-Siead.v; AprilSe; .May, ;)1 c Juno,
;t-'e: July, ill 4e.
PoiiK-Ueaker; May, f 17.10; June, $17.5.",;
I.aiui Lower; Mnv, ?s.50; Juno, fS.tiOj
shout Kins May, t.ri; June, f.t.'!i;
WiiKAT-Lower: No. 2 Ited, April, f 1 Oil;
May, il.(i'5: June, Jl.lt",; July, flat)'.;
Ain-'ust, n.m '4.
( oils bower; May, SO '40; June, 57c;
(His Bull; Western. 4.c.
I'ltovisioss Pork Dull; spot mess, $10.75.
Laid Higher; steam, Js.sO.
Live Stock Markets.
Tlo.is KeeclpM. 4.'.'ii; tlrm and active and
lll..l'ie lilirlicr; liulit $..(H..'jl.:t(i; rnuirli pack
inir, f.".i'..'i..'.il.l'i; lieavy packinif and bhlppintf,
r irriiH ltecelpt, ),;ttm; exports, $rt,2.Vji.75;
(rood 10 i holee, fj.W'iAM; eoniiiiun to lair,
SilKKl' Uecelpts, 1(1,1100; steady ; coiiiimin to
Catti.K Steady: (mod to choice uteerR, $0.00
(50..VI: lair to iroud, Vi.ifru'i.Mi; mixed Imteh
er', H."..V.'S.5.; stoekers. f I.75W4 ii").
Sukki' Weaker; luirtonno.l Wenlern sheep,
J.'i.r.fii.Kl.iifl; choice to la'iey, $ii.i",t).liO ; kxxI
Wesl. rn lambs, Jrt.nmi7.ii.".
Id mis Dull; jrood to eholeo Yorkers, fj.C5
Cts.l'i; if..o.l'meuiutti wcilus, ;H.lu:.i0.2u;
K AN'S IS C1TV.
CATTI.E-Kecelpts. l.Sfl; flrmor and hUrhnrs
unlive Ktoer of UHH In 1,4'ia it H. ' iiver
nre, f.'i.:t'4.l.li."i; stnekerg mill feeder-., fj.lOl)
61m; COWS ,;i.ile!f LI".
Moos Ueei'lpts,:!, OOl Tmened fivfl ic lilirhcrj
lots of iK'ito L's: H1.4, in eniire. t;.u &u).
Biibki' Keoelti b-im; ipiiet; niilhoH 79 to
Hj lbs. iivoiaue, i.uoiin.,u.
1Y THE (JATE OF THE SEA
( HNCI.l DHI) 'ROM HHsT A AH K.
b.-r trembling knee relaxed altogether, and
kiiu almost 'ell into the armchair beside tlio
" lioes he know who I am f bho asked
herself, thinking of Phil. " Dms he knew
wliut Arthur thinks of met'' A thousand
tuiuultunuH nue.stiotis were in her
mind, a thousand tumultuous feelings ran
riot in her heart. How great a sinner fchu
had txsm, Binning every day against hw ex
pressed wishes, and eurniug a hateful fame
and adulation by it I She had wrecked the
noblest of lives, broken or darkened tho
manliest heart. F'or the millionth time she
wondered why she had not stayed to brave
the storm, to make her confession and be
forgiven, and to serve him like a slave with
a life-long devotion. And even in her self
accusing soul suuie faint voice of necessary
egotism sounded. Would she have been so
unworthy of him after all if he had taken
her back and forgiven herl Would she not
have loved bun so, with such an unfailing
worship and such a willing surrender of
h.-r soul, that he must have loved her back
again! She suffered greatly while she sat
thus, and even wept a little; but, calming
herself by unddiy, and removing all traces
of her tears, she returned to the greenroom
with seeming tranquility.
There were not more than half a dozen
people left there, but among them were
Phil and the poet. She moved toward
them, and Marsh performed the uflice of
iutr. 1. 1 in -t ion.
"I cm pleased to meet you, Mr. Maurice,-'
she said in tho beautiful tones
win. h had so moved him when he heard
them from the stag.-. He bowed in an
swer, but was tongue-tied for tho moment,
us if hn Iimi been in the presence of some
gentle divinity. " 1 am alone at homo this
afternoon, Mr. Marsh,'' she added, "and I
shall l" glad if you and Mr. Maurice will
take a cup of tea w ith me. Lina, is there,
of course," he added, with a faint smile;
' but sisters are not always the best of com
pany to each other."
"Youliliel Lina and yourself," said the
poet, with a pretense of gayety.
" In half 1111 hour.'' she said, turning
toward the door. " May 1 exict your"
II. r .-arriage aited ut the stage entrance
to th.- theater, and she drove away, with
another faint smile and a nod of the head
to l'ii i He and the poet followed her on
foot, and, reaching the house, wvre shown
int.. a little jewel of a room, where every
thing was wonderfully neat and rich and
dainty. By -and by the actress reappeared,
in in-door costume; tea was brought, and
the three settled down to talk. The host
ess, w.th her face turned from the light,
lie-lied into a luxurious chair, and spoke
Ii. in a twilight iu which her features were
s aarce'.y to lie discerned.
" You know Tregarthen Island, Mr.
'Oil, yes," said I'liil, a good deal sur
pr 1 ut the question. "I have .spent
jnoiv than half my life there."'
' I am a Cornish woman,"' she said. ' I
was born at Gorbuy. But I have not seen
it f'r a long time. Is it much changedi
Tell me about the iaiuud. Are the K.1
'Jan is dead," said Phil. Did youpuiow
Jen the patriarch of the tribe!"'
'I'oorJay:" she said, w ith a tremor in
her vuice. Marsh sat ill at ease, fearing
she would break down. " But the rest
are all living! lteuben and his children,
"Ail or tti.'tn, i ini answered. "J,an
is the only d.-ath that has taken place on tin
Island for more than twe'.-.e years."
"Ac J th" Caile," Ue a.si.wl ' are th
repairu th.Uhed.' "
" No," returned Phil. '' Ther wereaban-
duned years ago. Mr. TregartUt-u n.-vr
had tl.e heart t linish them."
" How was that!" The cup on I saucer
(he held in her hands clattered against each
oth.r, and the poet writhed upon his chair
and turned pale. Why should she torture
herself in this way! he asked, internally,
i'hil noticed nothing. What was more
natural than that a lady, great in the
world's eyes, should shut out her greatness
for a little while and talk of the places she
had known in childhood!
" It's a sad story," said Phil, ignorantly.
"Iid you .know Mr. Tregarthen!" She
answered only by a movement of the head.
" He met with a great misfortune a mis
fortune which seems nearly to have broken
us heart. He married a worthless woman,
" Great heaven! groaned the poet, wring
ing his moist hands together. I'hil turned
and stared at him.
"A worthless woman," said Mrs. Tregar
then from her shadowed corner; in a voice
so unlike her own that both her hearers
started. "Yes. Goon."'
" You are ill, madam," cried the young
ster, rising to his feet. .
'( 'h 1" besought Marsh, rising also, and
turning an imploring look upon her, "pur
sue this interview no further."
"be seated," she said, in a voiceless
painfully disguised by emotion, but still
strangely harsh. " I will not keep Mr.
Maurice in the dark any longer. 1 beg
your pardon," she continued, to the annue l
visitor, "if I have seemed to try to entrap
you. Hut you will tell me everything
about him you, who know him sowvli;
1 have had nobody to tell me a word of
him f..r years; and I am Mrs. Tregar
thtu!" Tob Continued.
Saw Hi Win Clear.
An obi c.iit i who lived tip in Ver
mont in tiie year oono uy was left a
jiit'Co l h.n.l containimr ai out iwcntv
acres by the .":i:ii of som.' relative. It
was viii: 1 1 at about s-.)i, :.nd about
tint lir-t I h 11 c tho old man did w as to
raise- 2" on a liiortai'. When thi
money was noiio he put on a secmi I
for the same amount, and by-an l-'y
lie found a third, individual wiiline; to
lend hi. 11 .lj and take a uortap;!'.
Tho last of tiiis iiuinuy had j 1st disap
peared when tiie old man fell and broke
liis le. l ue person who lirst reached
him cali.'d 011: :
"l'oor L'uel" ll liy! Wiiut will you
"N inv broke?''
"Certi'in it is."
"Ami I'm a cripple?"
"Wi1!1," sai 1 I'.m o'.J man, ns u look
of ii'si"i;u;i'm oamo to his faco, "I
reckon I'd best slap on another mort
gusjo." Th. re nr. 1 .-everal railromU in this
country which are pr:ic!icin' the Uucio
liiily ineor.v. II '.ill Street .ws.
Captain James l'Yaser is superintend
ing' the work of covering tho m.'ion
zine, etc., of Fort Siiinptcr with while
sand, preparatory io its beiti.j turfed.
Tin) Chat'lesU n Ac. says that the in
torior of il.u fort J::i been renlly im
jiroved during tho past few years, and
it will nut lie very loiiLr beloni all traces
of tho terrible bombardment to which
it was subjected will Lo removed.
At the prayer me. titiL' in the Biptist
Cliuicli last efeuinj,', tho survicoi were con
ducted by Hey. jj. CliubLuck, wh) im
pressed all who hear.) him with the zeal
auJ enthushsni he biii,.-H intr t. id woik as
minister of the go,p, I. If,. will preic.li
the church, Conor of Tent'i ami Poplar
Streets, this immin-r al evmin'' at the
A mass nieetin of citizens of Mound
City nominated J)r. X. R. ('Heey as can
didate for Myor. The Dr. declined the
honor in a very polite crd iu Siturdiy's
'atriot, whereup .n the Patriot urges the
voters to elect him anyhow. The election
occurs next Tucsd .y and tho main issue
will be, Miili the Illinois Central Railroad
Company be penniiti'd to lay their track
down the levee to the .Marine WHysT
feeling runs high on this question ou bo'h
Mr. J. II. Woo U ir 1 informed us tlitt
he has had positive a.snrmccs that there
would be an "opposition caudiJate" in ev
ery ward by Monday. It is but reasonable
to precume, under ell the circumstances.
that the "opposition candidates" will be n.
fr. candidates; an I we would call upon the
"Old Guirl" to gird their loins as of old
and rush to the rescue next Tuesday, arm
ed wi'h lnquirm;- retsun f'or their lanterns
and with ballots for spa les; to scrutinize
closely those who would assume
charge of the ci'y's It we, ami with their
ballot spades Dr unptly dump into the
abrasion of defeat, as they dumpe 1 bags of
dirt into the abrasions in tin levee in
time passed, all who, by the light of rea
son, are discovered scuikiricj suspiciously
about the important is-uc. 'Ihcre may,
after all, be no "imposition candidates" tut,
but it is well that the voters idmuld be on
hand and see Muut it.
Expressions of gratitude on the part )f
the public are nlnsjs impassive and
soitmn. It is pitas mt to know that the
people sre nil ju-tiv praisin? the merits of
Dr. Hull's Cough .Syrup, a safe remedy for
cough, cold--, UoncLitis, croup ami sore
... r. ..a.kihn, river eauoro! i he Hii.i.ktin
an atcamboat pnecrer atnt. Orders for all
kinds of Kteamhoat jot. printiti; sol'cited. OJV.ce
at Howor'a Eurotan Unud. No. 72 Ohio luvue.
The Buckeye Sta'e from Memphis will
report here for Cincinnati early this morn
ing. If you want to go up the river on a
fast boat get your grip ready for when the
State blows lier horn yr,u enn bet she's
earning, mIo sce V. F. Lambdin, passenger
agent, and got tickets.
The Dexter is due to-d ay from Ev ir.tville
Ytsterd.y wis the dull' st dsy of the sea
son in steamboat circle.", not a single arrival
frrni eailydawn till dewyen except the
Gus P'owlcr and she arrived hire ts light
as a cork. The day was disagreeably di.---agreeable
and everything out of shapy.
The City of Cairo departed for St. Louis
at 7 p. m.
Tho r. S. Rhea is the Cumbi-rland river
packet du b-uiorrow morning from Nash-,
vide and lcuvis here at 10 a. m. in her re
turn trip. Capt. J. S. Tyner is her clever
boss Mid George Jobes as a elrk is a
The City of Providence is due this even
ing for Vicksburg.
We desire to correct our notice in the
river column by saying that the City of
Cairo from Vu ksburg arrived just before
dark which made two arrivals yest.r.lay
during the day.
The Centennial from St. Louis will arrive
here to-morrow niortiirg.
The R. R. Springer, the race horse of the
Ohio liver, will report here for New Orleans
this morning. If you desire to take a trip
to the Ciesent City tile Springer is the boat.
The New Mary Houston left Xtw Orleans
yesterday for Cincinnati.
The electric light steamer Ohio will pass
down early this morning for Memphis. She
will get a good many passengers here.
The Golden Crown from New Orleans
will puss up tor Cincinnati this nitrning.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
last night with a fair trip.
Quivican, Ciba.. Senor Juan Beiro was
thrown from a horse and badly injured iu
the right knee. He w.as cured by two ap
plications of St. Jacobs Oil, the magical
ix ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Rail way, Texas and
l'aciric Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
itcres ot tue choicest farming and grazing
anils in the woild, ranging in price from
$2.00 to .$;00 and $1.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics ofcrops raised in Arkansss and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for vourself wht'ti vou learn that the cron
for 1883 is CO per cent larger !lmu that of
1882. Io those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed fnrmoney paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
H. C. TownsE.ni), Geu'l Pass. Agr.
St. Louis, Mo.
The well known strengthening properties
of I noN, combined with other tonics and a
perfect itcmnr, are found !n Carter's Iron
Pills, which strengthen the nerves and body,
,and improve tho blood and complexion.
"Maryland, My Mar) land."
. ..pr,.ny W;vos and
Loi ly duiiht. rs."
"My farm lies in a rather low and mias
matic situ ition, aud
"Was a very pretty blonde!"
Twenty years ay, became
"Withered and aged!"
lie fore here time, from
"Malarial vapors, though she made no
particular complaint, not bcin"; of the
grumpy kind, yet caused me great uneasi
ness. "A short time ago I purchased your
n medy for the children, who had a very se
vere attnek of biliousness, and it occurred
to mo that the remedy might help my
wife, us I found that cur little girl upon re
covery ha 1
"Her sail. wne-s, and looked as fresh as
a new blown daisy. Well the story is soon
told. My wife to-d iy Ins gained her old
time beauty with compound interest, and
is now as handsome a matron (if I do say
it mysell) as can be found in this county,
which is noted for pretty women. And I
have only Hop Bitters to thank for it.
"The dear creature just looked over my
shoulder and say?, "I can flatter equal to
the days of our courtship, aril that re
minds me there might be more pretty
wives if my brother fanners would do as I
Hoping you may long be spared to do
good, I thankfully remain,
Most truly yours,
C. L. James.
Bkli tViLi.E, Prince George Co., Md )
May 20th, 1883. (
"Kouglt on Coug'hs,"
Ask for "Rough on Coughs," for coughs,
colds, sore throat, hoarseness, troches, 15c.
Decline of Man.
Nervous, weakness, dyspi psn, impotence,
sexual debility, cured by "Wells' Health
Mother Swan's Worm Syrup.
Infallible, tasteles-., cathartic; for fever
isliri(ss, rcatlessr.ess, worms, coustipition.
Xeuralgfia and Sick Hcatlat'lie.
In Aurora, 111., lives Mrs. Win. Hetison.
She says: ''Sunaritan Nervine cured me
of nturalyii, vertigo and sick headache."
Ofu n Before the Moridan of Life
is reached, the teeth decay. In nine cases
out of ten they become carious through
neglect. The timely use of S0ZODONT,
arn-sts the destructive eilects of impurities
which have been allowed to accumulate
upon the teeth. Children's teeth polished
and lnvignnte I by this salutary botanic
preservative, wi.I remain sound aud white
uut.l a ripe old age, and Uilinrr teeth are
rescued by it from increasing dilapidation
Something old Allen's Bilious riiysic
Acts Cjukkiy, relieves pr.m( tly, and never
talis to cure sick headache and constipa
tion. 2o cents lare bottle. At all drug
That weak back or pain in the side or
hips you will find immediately relieved
when a Hop Rlastcr is applied. It strength
ens the muscles, giving the ability to do
hard work without suffering. Take none
but this; 'tis sure. ()
When I began using Ely's Cream IJ.i'm
my catarrh was so bad I had headache the
wlede time find disch irged a large amount
of filthy mattir. That has almost entirely
disappeared, and I have not had headache
since. J. II. Summers, Stepney, Coun.
Mr. A. Nichols sulfered trotii Catarrh for
years. He purchased a bottle of Ely's Cream
liaimoi us. lie is now almost cured, and
says yell cannot recommend it too highly.
r.VEKS Laos., druggists, Independence,
I A a. SMITH.
Eli 11 BUT A. JliTU.
Grand Central Store.
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fact' will punt'tralL' to IliO
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8TA.NTLY KKLlSVS 1'AIJC.
EA3 270 EtfAb if C"ES ef
Sore Throat, Pain
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ach or Bowel.
Or In nv part ot Svtrm .
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h Pliv.tclan. anil olheri
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