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CAIRO, ILL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 18k
tjMIE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEK.
A General Banking Business;
THUS V. II.YI.I.IUAY
"JNTERPRiSK SAVING HANK,
of l :ro.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
thos. v. HAMiin ,
Hi aj n i Ki
Commercial Avenue sin I Eighth si reel
F. HUOSS. prulilint. I f. NVi'F. Vir- Pu-.'ni
II. WEI.I.S, C'hl.T. ! T. J. K-tth, A-': rasp
1 i r--t m-k:
F. Brum I'n'ro I Wil!m K'M-.b On
JV-r Nflf " ".Villimn W,.li.,
r, M o.urluh " I i .'. o l'tuT "
E. A. Ifuii-r ' ! II. W ,!! '
i. v. n.'m'uti, t;;fii!ii.;
A i K.N Kit A '. II AN KINi IH'SIN KsS 0iNK.
Kuhanire fold and bo'iM. Interwt pel :i
the Svinifii ). -pertinent. Culleciioim iu .!. hir;
all buitm-M pM'nt'lly tm-m)tl 'c
u ; :.
Q.EORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention psldto tlif Ilinr.c-upathlc treat
mi nt of farcical dle!ii-. and diee4 of women
and chi'dr'-n. ,
CKUCE on U;h (treet, oppcsite the Post
office, Cairo, III.
J)U. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOK, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady in attendance.
R. E W. WHITLOCK,
Uncl-No. 135 Commercial Avennc, bitwem
lieM'j and Ninth N!re-u
Mutual Life & Accident
at cairo, illinois,
Organized December, 1883, Under llie
Law of 1883.
h'llccomorto Widows and Orphans Mn'tinl Aid So
clety, organised July 4th, 1HT7, under
tliu laws of 187 J.
JOHN IT. IIOMNSON..
WM. STUATT N
J. A. GOL08TINK
C. W. l)DNINO
, Medical Adviser
HOARD OF DIRECTORS fou 1st YEAR.
Win. 8tratton,8trntton DIM. t'rotcr, Cairn, 111.,
J. A. Ooldstlne, ofOoldstlno Hoseuwnter, whole
sale and retnl dry good;C. W. Dunning. Mlj.;
Pro, lid. Med Ex., for Pensions; Albert Lewis,
comtnlsslou merchant; J. It. Kohlnson, county
i. ..i. .... Wnt W IMlrlwr. rmn.
JUIIUU Mil 11111111 Mltll1. , -in,. .. .
broker and Imiirance mrcnls It. II Ual'd, r i?
. .... .. ........ 1 1... .i
Ptii'Pl supervisor; M. I n i n i . carp' i "u uv '.,
cr; Thomiis l.ewl. attorney and aeeretarr ; K. V.
......an.... ...I..... I, til . 1.' P. I'lin,
I .UrC, Bill, I U.lT'ftl-lllW, I' Il,(lllfl ,1 Itivw .
fanhluruf t entnntal Hiiih, Anhlcr, III.; AUwrt
IIUIU til i l til Tiuiin, uiuinijMHin"i
dolph niroet. Chicago; Hou. HobuA. IlatchtT, nt-
. J I t . M ftt Mt. ....... . Wll
lornttv-awaw, UDHnt'Pinn mo. ; 11. i.t'igmuui
na.ki.',. 11. .1 Vallnnil llttltlf Mttlort ?..
liOnuicr iimv tinouuni aniii i.uxnni iwbi
L. or PAIN
KULU.MATIH.M and NKLItALtilA have
long enough run riot in tbe human
They have torrnPiiU:d the human family and
d ul the niflical faculty ; from tuiio out of memory
tin y havucurrupUxi the Wood, deuioralizod tbeuiritx,
vi-iliI tho burvett, aimnizt-d tho uiunclea and racked
the brain wua wearyiny pain.
"AniLOpnoiios" is tho ennmy of Rlieuma-
tlsm and Seuralma, repairs their danuwreg, renews
tiie IjIikmI, eatiea t!iu JoinU, calnu the nervw, soothca
ttie muiteltf. trivea rc-t ami pitaoe to the troubled
Lrum, aiid ciuurui delightful bleep.
"AnihOpaoK08"l3anew remedy, tut It has
been almuduutiy tric.L Froiu far and near come U
timotiiuls from well-known persons who had lonif
Ijbmi S'lilerer-i. It hiw turned their dlfieasea out. It
hart cured Uieui. That la all, and that U enough.
" Atiilophop.os" can (to for you what
it had dune fir tlioso Biiirt-rers. It c:in
drivo out your Rheumatism ami Neuralgia,
ati 1 will Jo bo if you give it a fair trial.
".Tm.0PH0K0s" has by this time had sucli a
pood trial ail our the country that iu true work hi
kaown, and its true character proved.
"ATnLcrnoR03' means "Prize-Bearer;"
"Victor;" 'Oniiiueror" 1 1 carries olf tho prize aa
VfT'iii over the at!acKaof there t:rnble m-latlii,
L'oxcjt-ritbH of t friirliUul aifank their vie
tiim liavo cn.lun il. Not a mere temporary r.-hef,
Lai a pcnnaneLt, ea lnnnL', and tr.unii uaiit cure.
If you cannot set ATni)PiiOR03of your drug
Ftt, we will witid It express paid, on r celpt of
r-TUlur price-on.1 doll jr per tattle. We prefer
th:,t you buy It from your drust, but If he
h i n't It, do not be p'-rsuaded to try goinetuliig
thy.-, but order at once trom U3 as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
i'L'HMiHiinm fMimmuiiu t ui
1 .; .rfi the rl Utof at"t'aoo.
It tl.'.- ri. May of aa,'kiwr. You (ret
a.' ru U r.' .; : Uie flavor and fra-ranc.
V- u t.ir.c U11; tiij- ke cooler. ai.d tiie t ime
i :.:a!:!ier aLd saf.-r. l"u ULokiStf it
fcia' -k;:. r, lut-i.'i to a filie art
The a. r" te j'i.-u u of adulterated
t'.'.-a-oi f uvt it-. If on the atuntmu of
';::'. !. t!.' n. .re dt;rable it IxC'ines
t" ti"i 1 r'. :!.'y what you are Fm'kii;(?
la 1:1a. kvU' Hull Durham Ktookuur To-
i l &,'ay0. iua( u is mature u
Ja. I nwnunadulterab'dpnxluct.
Jjh I " fravTaaee. flavor, and
"J" I uasun aM.1 ipial.ty.arede-
r.vc-i inia uie sou ai.a air.
Tit it, aLd you vail be tax
vrtr l. None irenume with,
out trademark of the Bull.
All iuwwifnl rii-heni.fn and Sjorta.
fc.cn m'.-k liiat-kwell'd Bull Durham
bii,ukai Tubacco, aLd tivy tiiy it.
The Regular Cairn Putlucah Daily
IIENKY K. TAYI.nH. Mat('.
UKUUUE JoliE?. CierK.
L"-vc- P '.-.rah f"r C riro daily 'l'idtys except
ed' at ! a "i . ami .M -mnd t. ltv t 1 . m. Keturc-
iott. leave C ro at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p m.
liville, rmlueali & Cairo I".
Pad'icah, fniith'ar.d. Dv r.-'m-s. Kddyvllle.
.ai t-'ii, L'ov.jr, CiarkfNille and Nahvilie,
J). S. KHEA.
Leaves ev rv Mou !ny morninc at Id o'clock a.m.
W. H. CHEHRY.
wm. y. ru sn
L dV' s everv Fr d iv mornlnc nt to o'clocif, mak-
Ingcln'e coniii ctlni'S at INnshvlde with the L. t
. K. li. nud .. L n. K lor an points noum,
with the Upper Cinnh rland Packet Co.. for all
points fur the I'pper Cumberland. For freiiht or
pass i:;e, epply on boa:d or to W. F. Lambdin,
For Sale bv
if. II) AY BROTHERS
i.RAl.N A Ml
Egypt ian Flouring Hil!
!!rhi'Kt Crub f'ri"e ?U lor Wheat.
. . i-r. ,i kr.
lVarls nro rajii liy taking iho plnoo
of diiiiuoii'ls as tho most fashionable
At the Suit-in, Mass., Normal School
th,- lailics are insirueted in cariienter
Many of the n. v laU-'s' ha's for
spring havo a tiny .snilhal t-ap oa lop
the iatt-st iliin in in llinery.
l'ivu n'-n li.-ive (lisappi-arc-l from R i.v
City, M.ch., in tho last tlnce J cars, and
1i-ilhiun' has bt.-oii heard h'olil tiny of
J.'lVerson Davis has iTcc-ted ft lino
moniiuii'tit ovt-r tlie 'rave of Mrs. Dor
sey, the New Orleans lady who willed
him a forUim-.
During the last year Mrs. Horace
Turner, of South Adams, Mich., has
broken one of her les twice and made
yards of eolton.
The Niagara Suspension Rrid,'0 is
2,M) feet lon'. that 'of Kief. Russia, is
'i,ifrl feet, and that between New York
and Brooklyn feet.
I Jo not think it would be wronir for
me to say that the religion of the foi
led States is tho worshiping of tho
golden calf. Mjr. CupJ.
Vandals have much mutilated tho
soldiers' monument on Huston Com
mon, and a loud demand is made for a
close fence to protect it from further
It has been fiirured out that there is
enough railroad travel in this country
to give every man, woman, and child
in the United States a ride of 114 miles
The New York our says: "The nov
elties for next season here will be Mr.
Harnuru's elephant, which is sacred but
U' white, and Sara Bernhardt, who is
w!?,ie but not sacred."
The Hun, a curious New York publi
cation, demands that ad women, on ar
riving at the age of tweiitv-onc, be per
milted to use the prolix "Mrs." to their
names, whether married or not.
The proposed Constitution for the
State of Montana provides that tho
Governor shall be paid .3,G'K per vear,
tiie Seeretarv of State $-rlM, and the
other executive oflieers $ -.W- :idi.
Nearly 50, 00) gallons fewer of sher
ry and claret were imported by En
"land last vear than the year before.
Rut the liinires for port show a total of
Go. 71 pipes, which is the largest on
Franc's Parkmau, the historian, says
that two-thirds of the few hundred
women who want the ballot in Massa
chusetts have a standing quarrel with
the Almighty for not making them
Twenty deaf mutes in Norwich,
Conn., are members of a Congregation
al Church, and they have lormed a
Bible class under the charge of a teach
er familiar w iih their method of con
versation. Tho "counterfeit presentiment" of
General Hancock is to ho found in the
Philadelphia Rogues' Gallery, the pho-
to'Taph beino; that ot John Clark, the
shoplifter. The likeness to Hancock
Fifty partridges caged in a Charles
ton, S. C. restaurant window are a
constant nuisance to hunting dogs, who
stop and "point" the birds, an t bump
the win-low -glass when thev trv to
Mr. Dimitfv, of the New York Mtil
ani Kxj'rtM, tins captured the ,.r-A)
prize oli'ered by Swinton's Story T-.lUi
for the best story. The nuthor is the
son of the late" Professor Diniiti v, ol
New Orleans, long one of the most
prominent edi.e itors of the South.
The man whose "heart is in the right
has been freiiuenUv heard from.
iladeiphia lias a man, a Major in
the United States army, whose heart is
on the right side. It is the second case
of the kind known to medical men.
According to Japanese custom, age
is counted from tiie lir-t day of the
January succeeding birth. At thai
date a child is one vear old, whethoi
born the previous January, at mid
summer, or on the 81st of December.
Eighty-three per cent of the popula
tion of the United States is composed
of while natives ami the immigrants
from Germany and Great Britain, leav
ing 4 percent from other countries
and lo per cent for those of African de
scent. L. Q. C. Lamar is sai i by his Miss
issippi friends to be one of the h w poor
men in the United Stales Senate. Of
late years most of his salary has gone
to pay old debts, obligations of a na
ture that only a man of scrupulous in
tegrity would think of paying.
In Henry James' recent aniele on
Turgeniell the petvona'l promum, first
person, siiigu'ar, occurs seventy times
on the lirst four pages. The average
is eoYtainly no lower throughout the en
tiro paper, the writer using "1" lit'teen
times on tho last page, always in allu
sion to himself.
Knoland's wealthiest heiress now is
Miss Hamilton, a lady of about 40. She
lias some $;!. 0,000 a year, ami line res
idences in Scotland. Tho great heir
esses are not prolific. Lady Holmes
dale, the last Corn wallis, died childless
last year. Lady Lindsay, who inherit
ed Lord Overstone's millions, is also
childless, and Lady 15. C'outts has not
yet become a mother.
Missouri ia making rapid progress in
wealth and industrial matters. Tho
statistics for last year have just been
made public, from which it appears
that tho taxablo property in tho state
was $6.6,2o0.413, an increase of $(,
9SU.171 over the valuation of 1H:, ami
f)4,52.S,('00 over that of 11. Tho
state taxes collected last year amount
ed to 1:5,345.378.
No bureau of the Government ex
ceeds in importance tho United States
Patent Olliee. From tho start it has
been self-sustaining, and now has an
unexpended balance to its credit of
about $:?,500,000. This money is tho
result of fees paid by inventors to se-
cure the patents which protect their in
vention. The business of tho Patent
Ollieo hi increased with each year of
There has been started in Berlin a
diare company f,,r tuo removal of
trichina- from pork." A patent is bo. tig
ipplied l r to exploit a recently invent
ed proce-.s to that t lleei, cons. sting ol
ilekling pork by ne-ans of a highly
icate 1 brine in which muriatic acid
forms a !:r.e ingredient, which pro
cess, it is elaimed, will ki.l anv trichi
na-thai may bo in the meat, ami pre
serve the latter permanently.
S (-wart, of Texas, is tho tallest man
in tin; house of representatives, meas
uring G feet 7 inches; Tillman, of South
Carolina, never wears an overcoat;
"Richelieu" Robinson, of New York,
lias not cut h s hair since last session,
ami says it is not to lie cut again until
Ireland is "free;" McAdoo, of New
Jersey, wears the tightest fitting
clothes in the house; John S. Wise, of
Virginia, born in Brazil, parts his
hair in tuo middle; ami Cannon, of Illi
nois, is the only representative who al
ways gt-sti'-ulaios with his left hand.
Now that tho proposition to erect a
statue of Wendell Phillips in Boston
has been given up in deference to Mrs.
Phillips' it ipiest, it is interesting to re-meniu-r
what the great orator thought
of Bo-ton tix in-d ial statuary in general
ami in particular. The City Hall stat
ue of i lii.cy he t, trined "a dancing
master clogged with horse-blankets."
Grcenougii's Franklin was "a dilapi
dated soul, somewhat weak on his
spindle-shanks." Powers' Webster, at
the Slate Hitise, he looked upon as "a
mass of ugly iron," ami the Everett ap
peared to h m to be pointing out tho
road to Brighton "with more energy
than F.v. -roll showed in ids lifetime."
Horace Mann's t lligy, he said, repre
sented It". iu as having "waked up so
suddenly that in hi hurry he brought
half his lte '.-clothes clinging to his legs
and arm-." and the Sumner well, he
never fully decided whether it the more
resemiile-i "a heavily-moulded prize
fighter" or "au Iridi porter in his Sun
Only A 1 !
It was not an hour after dawn, vet
the waiting-room of the great Central
Station was full. It was always full.
Outside, each minute of the day, trains
came and went, to Canada, "to New
England, to the South, to the great
The thronging crowd gathered there
now were of everv variety of race ami
condition, and their pursuits were as
various. Here were a group of young
fellows, laughing anil boisterous, on
their way to Harvard; there a poor
family of pale, silent emigrants, going
to seek their fortunes in Dakota. A
party of delicate women and children,
wrapped in furs and attended by liv
eried servants, were waiting for tho
train which would take them to Flori
da. On this bench sat a bonanza king,
who wa.s'on his way back to his gold
mines in California, ami on that half a
dozen sturdy Norwegians and black
eyed Spaniards, who had just landed
from an ocean steamer, each wiih his
whole possessions tied in a handker
chief, ami in his hat his ticket marked
Each man w as only intent on him
self aipl his own business. In spite of
the crowd there was a marked tjuiet.
We Americans are a silent people. The
soft morning air blew freshly through
the long lines of cars and pulling en
gines; a faint hum came from without.
It was the great city awakening for the
A Scotch colley, belonging to one of
the emigrants, went ftvm one group to
another, wagging his tail, and looking
up with mild, expressive eyes, full of
good nature and friendly feeling. He
seemed to bind these people suddenly
together with a thread of good will.
Children called to him, tho students
romped with him, ladies patted his
shaggy head, a poor negro iu tho cor
ner threw him a bone.
Just then a startled hush fell on tho
crowd, and every eye turned in ono di
rection. A woman was washing tho
windows of some empty cars drawn on
to a siding, singing as she rubbed tho
panes. Sue had her child with her, a
little fellow :5 years old. While her
back was turned the baby ran to tho
door of the car and jumped down on to
the next track.
Upon this track the Eastern express
train was just approaching the station.
Directly in the path was the baby. A
sort of sob of horror came from the
paralyzed crowd. The dog, with head
erect ami lixed eyes, saw tho danger,
and with a bound and a fierce bark
darted toward tho child. Tho baby,
frightened, started back. The mother
went on washing windows and singing
as the huge engine rushed up abreast
of her car.
There was a crunching noise and a
faint little cry of agony. Even strong
men grew sick at tho sound and turned
nway. When they looked tho baby
was toddling across the platform laugh
ing, and tho crushed, dead body of a
dog lay on tho track.
"Passengers for Pittsburg, Chicago,
and the West!"
"Passengers for Baltimore, Rich
mond, and tho South.
So the cry went on, ami the surging
crowd passed out, never all to moot
again in this world. But tho faces
of men ami women were pale, and
there were tears in the eyes of many of
them. Tho poor negro "and tho mill
ionaire, tottering old men and laugh
ing boys were the better and stronger
for what they hail seen, and wero
helped upward by so much, bocauso
even a dumb dog had been friendly iu
its life and heroic iu its death. Youth's
In Dakota, married women retain
their own real and personal property,
and may make contracts, sue and bo
sued, as if single. Neither husband
nor wife has any interest in tho prop
erty of the other.
"D'ye cut hair in tho Longtrco bang
lien.-?' asked a plain woman with thin,
gray hair, pasted down on her hollow
cheeks, blind-bridle fashion.
"Y'es'm; we cut tho Langtry bang,"
answered a young lady with a golden
coiU'uro and black eyelashes; "would
you like to have yours cut?"
"That I would," said tho woman,
skinning oil' a last year's bonnet, anil
following the ba r artist in. Slto was
soon seated in a chair in front of a
large mirror which made her look four
times as old nnd twice as ugly as she
did at home.
"I don't want it cut real fashion
able," slio said, as tho girl wrapped a
calico mantle over her shoulders and
took out one by ono the few well-worn
hairpins that held a back wisp in place.
"My darter had her'neut, an' she's al
luz savin', 'You do look so unfash'na
ble.' Sav, what do you do with tho
hair that's cut oil'?"
"Throw it away unless you want it."
"I g-u-e-ss I mought as" well hev it.
I'd like to send some of it back East.
My hair was raving black when I come
West, but time changes us all. Say!
don't make it too short."
"Would you like to have it curled af
ter it's cut?"
"Ef it doesn't cost any more. I used
to have real nice ringlets when I was a
gal. Wore 'em all around with a pink
bow on the top of the head. Didn't
think anything of pinnin' it right on to
tho scalp. Mercy! who's that? My
darter won't know me from a side of
"It's a great improvement," said tho
girl as she picked out tho last gray
"Is it?" asked the woman a.s she
stared at herself in the glass. "I don't
know as I kin tell r'aly, but its a com
fort to look different "to what I hev for
tho last twenty year. Seems to mo
tho' as 'f there was no fools like old
fools. Any all how, I deu hope it will
pleaso my darter."
And tiie woman put on her bonnet
and went out. The face that had look
ed plain in the serene bands of parted
hair assumed a strange ami never-to-be-forgotten
expression tied up in that
Quakerish bonnet, with a curled layer
of fringe piled high above tho spare
features creased and crossed with lines
of care and disappointment. Nor was
it any ghastly attempt to coquette with
time, but an unselli-h regard for tho
interests of that daughter at home, that
led the good woman to lay herself on
the altar of sacrifice as a wearer of tho
Langtry bang. Detroit Free Press.
Prominent among the notables at
Washington may be mentioned Colonel
Tom Ochiltree, member of Congress
from Texas. No man has ever said
more in a given time, no one has ever
dono more, to say nothing of having
dono Europe, Asia and Africa with
America thrown in several times. No
ono has ever caught so many lislies,
over killed so many reindeer, ever
caught so many beaver! lie has proba
bly swam the Hellespont oftener than
Leander himself, and with better suc
cess, since ho lives to tell the story!
By some happy arrangement of tho
stars, ho is on the spot at tho preciso
moment that every event of importance
takes place. He is probably tho only
man living who has declined an invita
tion to dino with tho Prince of Wales
upon the plea of a previous engage
ment. He confesses to being a little
disappointed, as well as the Prince;
but, 11 faul souff'rir our ctre belle, says
tho French proverb, ami to bo distin
guished also demands sacrifices. It
was more distinguished to decline, so
he accepted tho sacrifice and declined
tho invitation. On intimato terms with
all tho crowned heads of Europe during
his recent sojourn in Paris, lie was hand
and glovo with the high officials, and
consorted chielly with the nobility with
in tho sacred precincts of the Faubourg
Saint German. His intercourse with
august personages is marked by but
one unhappy ftitu pas. It is reported
that during a recent visit to Queen
Victoria, persisting in singing "John
Brown's Body" iu spite of the frantic
pautomino of tho American Minister
tho interview broke up in a panic. Nat
urally the idea of "John Brown's body"
(her John Brown's) "a moldering in
the grave" was harrowing! It was a
case of mistaken identity, but tho ef
fects wero fatal; his star in that quar
ter has set. In the last campaign ho
nominated himself for Congress, ran
and "got thar." It is according to tho
eternal fitness of things that ho repre
sents a Texas district. There is a vast
ness, an expansiveness, a longitude
and latitude, s it were, about him,
peculiarly fitted to represent that great
State. SloL ru Aje,
The Lord Mayor of London was only a
porter in a warehouse, but be perserved in
the face of all oppositions and rose rapidly.
It is only persistency and merit that has
made Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup tho gtratest
family remedy for coughs and colds now
Bffered to the suffering public.
A thrilling story is told of tho narrow
escape of Peter Seanlon and Tim Horn
from being swept over tho American
Falls at Niagara. They wero tit work
on a mill-raco trying to raise au ico
blockade, when they wero thrown by
tho springing of some plank into tho
water. In a moment they were carried
into tho swift current above tho Goat
Island bridgo toward the falls. Near
w here tho men were working and below
tiio bridge was a largo cako of ice,
toward which they were carried. In
their desperation they attempted to
catch hold of tho ico cake, and when
found half au hour later they wero
hanging on to it for dear life. Ropes
were procured ami they wero hauled
In Cuba, Mcxio, and the South Amcr
Ictn States, St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain,
baniiher, is used with wonderful success.
For sle cheap, at corner 17th mil Wash
inton Ave., next building above the Post
ofhee. At Auction I
Thursday, April 17th, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
on Division St., bet. Wash. Ave and Poplar
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, PARLOR, BED
ROOM and Kitchen Furniture.
Alex. G. Royse.
Men's Spring Suits from $3 up; large
stock of Boy's Sua for Easter; good unlaun
dried shirts 50c, best quality $1.00; hats
mm the bankrupt hat house of Eddie,
Harvey &, Co., and all other goods in the
clothing line unusually low at Sadler's,
144 Commercial Ave. Call early and select
from a Urge stock. 12-Ct
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and 12th street, I
respectfully invito all who are in need of
anything in my line to give me a call. I
keep iu stock all kiuds ot coffins, metal
caskets, &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. 91m Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
See pen as,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
"Well's Health Renewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. I.
"Hough on Toothache."
Instant relief: nuick euro. Toothache.
Neuralgia, F.iceche. 15c. at druggists.
Catarrli of the Bladder.
S iugimr. irritation, inflammation, all
Kidney and Urinary Complaints, cured by
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Allen's Bilious Physic is a purely vegeta
ble liquid remedy for Headaches. Bilious
ness and Constipation. Easily taking, act
ing promptly, relieviug quickly. 25 cents.
At an uruggiats. 3
The well-known strengthening properties
of Ikon, combined with other tonics and a
perfect nervine, are found in Carter's Irnn
Pills, which strengthen the nerves and body,
and improve the blood and complexion.
Aii End to Bone S'craping
Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, III.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told mo I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ard
my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are Bold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 25c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
A Startling- Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedies tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottm nf Dr. Kinrr'a
New Discovery for Consumntion. CoupIis.
and Colds, which had a magical effect, and
proauccu a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial Battles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
As when she was Young.
"I have used Parker's Hair Balsam and
liko it better than any similar preparation
I know of," writes Mrs. Ellen Perry, wife
of Rev. P. Perry, of Coldbrook Springs,
Mass. "My hair was almost entirely gray'
but a dollar bottle of tho Bilsam has re
stored the softness, and the brown color it
had when I was young not a single gray
hair left. Since I beian applying the Bal
sam my hair has stopped falling out, and I
find that it is a perfectly harmless and
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Grand Central Store.
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Manufacture and Dealer in
6th Stroni, between Com' At. ud Levee.
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