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THh U.U1,V CAIRO HULLfcTIN: WEDNESDAY MOUN'l.V.J APRIL 16, 1884.
THE GREAT GERMAN
judlpve. and cure.
II M KA HF,
M' It A IAS,
Soraneti, Cuti, Bruii.s,
III ltH. M'A l.US,
And all other bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold hv fit! IlmeiOsts ne.1
Dealers, luruaious In 11
The Charles A. Vogeier Co.
:S.M..rit Tv.ll ll. t'Oi
J llallliuore, Mt., I . Ik. A.
I till! H'UfOt! !n Whir fi bad of poi ncd blond is
ino-t ii I .how ii-, !f. a nr.-. at i ti; i'l'icttn.
Heed. Minn-thing to a- int ,t ii, ',ronn.' ..'il ; e im
j.urit'tn whh h nave ((,!i,!cti'il by the f,u-g:.h cir.
cua-ion ii n;ooii .lur !. 'r,e cold mri'
Sl.T Spe ilic i ii ,1 ire's great h.j
'r. l it In a
I'""' iame miura'ive a Ml tonic
Kcv. I.. H i-R'n-, Mir.-,i,. fig., wi ..v,. ,,V4
nlliiS!fi- s jm" 1 ;'r hi the 1 1' pl.Mi-' .,m..
w a remedy for Mood . 1 1 1 1 j 'i i,i . urvl a. n I'-ioral
liea.fi ton:.-, ,.n I Ii . N.vl r. n. ! r i i,i i.- r.ii'.'s
Ir .m il ii-: on Ui H.ddrct, ri.i1 i in ov of the
institution. It in hii I, m, fu, i,..r!i 'tone, a: d
keep, the blood o pure. that the sv.t.-m In , hi
liali e to di-i ae. It l.m curel eome of o.r chil
dren of scrofula.
W. H. OlHiert. d-u.'.-'st. tbinv. fa , writes:
'We ate ieiiing luge viaMti'iui of Swift', sp,
for a print bltentne and uvn. rul health o,i.ie.
and 'Vila trie Lot r-e'io. 1' l tow Jar-,: v u-nl
a .r. v-iiiiVH aixt cur.. fr Mi'ria 1 ... ar
tunny Mmr .ubie evef no-. i. it m lit in t';i.
tiik. i.;:kat Di.n; iiuf.-E is . in. .v.o
We d i not hi-fl'at'- t.i say in a' f.rn v.nr i b-1 hi
l.uvi "nil -mire of Sifl" S;.'-c:lir ( ' S. ., tti-n
h.i ii Ii. r Ii no 1 I'ur ii. i i- ( '..li. I. i. . ; ' d uio'
h-t .l,l-!i I.' Cl !. Il!.- . li.'lili m ...
l.iiil .io.-u hot! en nv. t ili'i h ii, iii. r- . od f.m
l''-!"i 'i ch co-t l, m l . uti.t- l,o
ij.'1 it lor a Scri-f i o i a!l i i n r.-,iorif a t uriu i
I '.'lit cure f'om i! i,4 .
VAN MIAAi , STEVKNSiiN A I'd.
On.' ceMleman !.o ' I .. -i. h fii.e to u--b-il
niwe,:. nii M rr':r hi I',:. ei, imt -m Iih- teen
( rr,-d ei,;ire,y. a:,d - ua ii. t.,- n f'e -! .r-i- of
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Our tr Mi'o on h'.'MI and rk B l)Je&. 9 ml!H
ftce to aj.!'.c ur.i"
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I'rmi r I, A'.la-ta. (ia.
?e Vo.-k Ot c, If.'i Weft I St.
I ON "ltf-' , CUTOF ORDER.
30 UNION SQUARE NLWYORK.
iZAto Hcse UAVi
ILL. mass. GA.
FOR SALE BY
II. Steaffilii & Co., Cairo, III
MT nilKl M, FI71.MA. M llcFI I A. r.l.T)
ll i:i vi.e',. i. 'O iler. I Ives. Riii'liu :.u'.er i
in Ii. 1 ' i r 1 1' I x , sinur. I n it .ii ii. h . I :ii i''Uu.iiiim
iiii'l 1'iiiM'iH'il WoiiikO, lin .gwoiiu, Mill'. urn, oiiil
.ill iliH'ii"en of the kin.
lor files. oiiil,!. Cuts, ("leers nr S.ht. tin
r.. iv I mi irmiit in wfiilihiL' iiii'l li' iili"'-' iu
':iiill hi .-kin Cure. It iJih.1I not -in. ul or l.urn.
Vvcdi'tnt in fc Ittnguaijtt (tawiipmij (itnj U Atlt,
I. 11 . ill) I
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NASAL rATAPRII, ACfTI- "r ( II ROKir OH. I)
lu tile Ileud, ltose told, Hinmliliil (.atarrh uud
ricnnotho nrwtrlU. prtiill imturnl I rrnililr?.
and prevenln lnrnitiitloni, niulllei uul .m eziiii.
It IdKiiH-, lli i lire for Cold In tho Head vt hl.T
la caused hy midden dmiifiiM in the iiliiio-i'lieie.
JHrtctiom in f hniyi'tt'jts aanwjrtvy nry h,tnt.
PAFILLON MFC. CO.. Cilt-ACt)
FOB HAI U DV ALT Hlitjri.lt 'I 8
Foi S;vlo bv
PAUL G. S01IUII,
Snccial Atzts. in this ciy
DIDN'T JOIN THE ANGELS,
LVidcnco Aclduno'J Jn Court that,
Thouyh Badly Wound id and
Loft 1'or Doad,
Jess!) Jaru'-s DM Not Die, But is How
Slov ly and Surely Bejcovuring
From His Wouad3.
The Terror of Women and ChilJ.en, Whc
CairicJ Things With a Hih HanJ,
Still in the Flesh.
Nkw VuitK, A ,u ii 1.".. "Ji-s-i! J.-imi'S U
t!i' L'feiitot vi!l;iin in .Muirif.uil:i," Mi.
.M.iy Miir,.liy t .itilli-d In tin: (7 nu t of
Sjiechil Se-siuiH j-1-st.TJay. '-For u-nn
lie Ikis hecii a terrur t'i wunion an ! chil
dren. I have i.i n him cat the bread that
tin- baker left on the front djor-sl? of a
illuming, drink the milk, an J carry
off the morning paper. I have seen
l;ini break down the front door of a
hou-c mid drive- the occupants out into
the h ick yard, afraid of their lives. I
have watched him through the widow
throw di.-he-i on the llor and smash them,
an I pu)l off the table cloth and thrj.v it
into the siove. The police have hern told
of lii.s doings ininy's the time, but they
t il 1 ii th.-y couldn't arrest him un'ie.s.s
they themselves saw him do some'hing,
or iinl r.-ss somebody swore oat a
w. irri.it.'' M;ss Murjdiy was a
wHiiesi fur Julia Il.ffernan,
o! M rri inia, who was arrested on com
plaint of Sarah le ardon. Sarah Reunion
own. .Jo.se James. Jesse James is a billy
go..t. m;ss Reunion testitied that sho
he, t Ji Janii s in her back yard. n
M iK.h ;;i.i he threw down her high board
fence and was browsing on some gra-s of
Mrs. lb ffi man's and Mrs. Ileffernan
ca ne w :th a pi. to! and deliberately
Iln I three shots into Jesse. Then Mr.
H'-if' man shot tvv more bullets as he lay
Uieedhi g at the ide of the fence.
,ii : -.!: j wir.s oiii m,t mk;
he i- r- -overiiig sIimvIv from his wounds.
'in M m h :;o," Mrs. Ileffernan te-ti-lied,
".le.se James iiutte-d in our fluid
door, ciiml i d to our M.coud floor, butted
in our 'liniiii-room dour, smasln-d the
dill!!' r things by ovi rtumiiig the t tide,
a lid drove ii, y two littie ones to the attic.
1 got an oid horse pistol that my
husiiand had ill his room, and tired
at him while he was st Hiding on the
table in the front room buttlim at bis
Image in the mirror. The shot staggered
him a l.tlie. lie jumped through the win
dow -a-h. breaking the glass and landing
in the ard. I f . lowed him and saw him
pull the clothes from the line and stamp
uiit'iem, smearing tlr-mwith blood. 1
lin o two more -hots. My husband came
and to.. k 111 pistol. A little while afHT
war is Mi- Rear lon came and took Jesse
.laiin s away. I w as told veU rday, by a
boy that 1 sit to .s c, that he was improv
ing. "You've often iii-en annoyed that way
bv .) ss. V" Lawyer stacom asked of Mrs.
"1'or ovi r live year. Jesse James has
carri' d tiling, in Murrisaiiia with a high
hand." r plu-d Mr, ib ffeinan. "Kwry
rcident il l. in some way suffered from
him. 1 ii.ive doeiis w!in will testify."
Jii-tice Kiliireth sliid he had heard
elioll.di: that he guessed Jess,-James had
got wii it he d-served, and he dismissed
I.ivi.iii'.ioi., April 1 j. (Juelch, the so
licitor w ho has been retained to defend
John Ia', thealleged dynamiterarrested
at Rirkenhead I'riday la.t, interviewed his
client in jail to-day. Daly is linn and
ri-soi'i:- in his demeanor and feels court
d'lil I hat the ( iovernineiit will be tillable
to convict him of intent to commit a
felony. He denied being acquainted with
Fitzgerald and slates that he was not and
never had been connected with an Irish
Revolutionary Society. His acquaint
anceship i:li James F.gan was merely
extended to the lime when he engaged a
room oi him. The only defense will be
that no onli-agc was inten led. He
claims tint the in u li nes found in his
pocket were not of such datigcroa. char
acter as represented by the podcc
Dnu.iv, April 14. l'arnell has arrived
at lM'ugti''da, where an enthusiastic; re
ception lias been accorded him, the
municipality voting him the freedom of
the city. In a .speech there to-day he
warmly praised the local self-government,
and said it was a precursor to national
self-gi vcrnuiciit, which was sure to fol
low. He congratulated the NatiiniaiiMs
on their recent successes, and for gaining
numerous positions on public boards.
I.iisnoN, April 13. The greatest ex
citement prevails throughout China, and
a general levy of Chinese troops has been
ordered. The l-'.mpress has ordered the
commander of the Chinese troops at li.ie
Niuh, together with the oihVers of his
staff andjeading line oiliecr.s to be be
headed for disobeying the orders of the
War Department in not fortifying their
rear so as to prevent a llauk movement,
and in not communicating to the depart
ment that their force was not siillicient to
cope willi the French troops.
1'aiiis, April 15. Several Kuglish de
tectives have arrived In l'aris for the pur
pose of tracing the dynamiters. In spite
of Colonel Majendie's report it Is de
clared that the dynamite used at Victoria
Station was made at a factory between
Amiens and IJoiilog.ie. Rumors are afloat
that an attempt will shortly be made to
blow up one of the public buildings in
London. The activity of the dynam
iters continues unabated. They meet
twice every week for the purpose of mak
ing plans and preparations for future
outrages. It is believed that the Kuglish
nu. I French police are fully acquainted
with their movements, and that every ef
fort will be made to counteract their
plots. It Is a'so believed that on.' of the
most trusted dynamite leaders keeps the
police fully inloriued of all their plaus.
W I.I, KKM'MK WnItK.
The striking colliers of the Auzin coal
districts have decided to rcjuiue work.
TirE FftENCfl DEMAND IX CHIVA.
It Is reported that the French fleet has
occupied Amoy In order to secure the
payment of tho Indemnity from China.
Tin' capture of Hung lloa terminates the
campaign la Toiiquln. The llnanclal
question only remains to be settled with
China. The French demand will be very
BitBsur, April 15. The Vulba 'A
tuny states that Cardinal Ledochowskl
lias resigned the archbishobric of l'osen
and (iresch, and that the l'ope has ac
cepted his resignation,
LuNKo.v, April 13. The remains of
Charles It'ade wire interred to-day at
Willesdcn. The funeral was private,
lieorge Augustus Sala, I'.dwhi Arnold and
a few other literary friends of the de
ceased were present.
Moviukai., April 15. Subscriptions
have been opened among the Catholics
here for the defense of the persons impli
cated in the riot at Harbor Grace, New
foundland. How They Do It There Now.
Cim.inn.ui, o., April 13. A marked
difference in the method of conducting
criminal trials was noted yesterday In the
Common I'ias Court. There were three
convictions ami two pleas of guilty, all
begun and ended In one flay. Among the
convictions is Iian Flanigan, said to be
wanted in Tennessee and elsewhere to
serve terms where he has escaped, or to
answer for crimes. He was convicted of
robbery and grand larceny, having bought
a cigar in the store of a woman who was
alone and then with a drawn revolvertook
the contents of the money-drawer and
escaped. The juries required but a short
time to agree upon verdicts in cases sub
mitted. Bursars at Jerseyville, 111.
JmisKvvii.i.K, III., April 15. Last
night Rev. Ira C. Tyson's house was
burglarized of $100 in cash and a fine
gold watch. No clew to the robbers.
An Engineer and Fireman Killed.
Aii.ANiA, (Ia., April 15. A freight
train on the Western & Atlantic Railway
ran into a washout near Acworth. Four
teen freight cars were wrecked. Live
slock in two cars were all killed. Kngi
iieer St. Clair Mclioiiald and Fireman
Kdward MoCullough were killed.
Accepted a Reduction.
Amk.miiky, M.ss., April 15. The
weavers of the Hamilton Mill have ac
cepted the proposition of the management
for a reduction of charges for ''sewing
in" and the new system of premiums on
cloth of a given standard of perfection,
and have resumed work.
Scientists in Convention.
Nkw York, April 13. The National
Academy of Science, President, '). C.
Marsh, of New York, met in convention
at noon to-day in the Hall of the National
A Cruel Canard.
Sr. Johns, N. F., April 15. The rumor
of the rescue of the (ireely party by the
sealing steamer Vanguard turns out to
have been a canard circulated on the lt
day of April.
Gram and Provisions.
Tl'F.SDA V, A PHIL 15.
Cotton Steady; midillm, 1 1 1 il 1 Vc.
Kl.nl H Steady; XXX to Choice, i.uo3.I.T3;
pa'ent., (?.':)& i.lU.
Vni:.T-Weuker: No- 2, Red, fl.0sQH.Oa;
No. 3 Hell. '.'.ICO I. if).
i oii.v-.-t. ady; No. 2 mixed. 4.Vi &45Vc; No.
2 wiiile 1111 veil, ,V''..Vi' ,e.
mats s ei lv; No. 2, ZifyXc.
ItYK l.nvvel ; No. 2. ."C.
Ton ei-o-Firm; lmrs. common to choice,
f,"i in u.i; leaf; c minion red leaf, fviio j.
In ii; medium to irnod fig ."iO,r 17.50.
II vv Prairie I0.im.1I.ii for prime; J11..V)
C'.l- mi for elunee; inived llo.tll for com lion
to prime; timothy $l.i3!7 lor prime to lancy.
ItrTii.H Steady ; etudee u fancy creamery.
;io,t.iic dairy, uiil to choice i".27c; aiid
in.v for soeeiioiis, low irnuk-g nominal.
KrttiS Active a' II '.e.
l'oTATot.s Very lit tie demand for iinvtlii'iir
except elio cc seed-tock, wlucri is in liiriil sup
i ly. K.rt-tern, 4l .;.l7c; Northern, J'.jJI'ji';
bottom and Illinois. l.V'2.",c.
I'iihk liiill; standard mess, $I7.2'i;
Inn il side. ?i:.0d.
I. Aim Steady; prime steam, nominal at
Hai'ov-I.oiivs, ', "!.iV; shorts, t04c; clear
rili. w Hi '4 ,;:c.
Wool. Tnli-washe I choice. 'ilM-'.c: cnin
mon. 2 :c: imwaslied medium, 2llii2!'ie; low
and coarse vrrades, 1.Jliie.
IliliKs-Sfady; dry Hint, IS' ; i.c. dim
iiied, I j .jV,l,'i ,,e: biiiisorstutrs. loVflle; dry
salted. Lie; dry sale I, dam aired, lie; kip and
e lit. suite 1, !i'4e; ilainaL'ed. 714e: bulls and
s;a.-s, ik:; (frue'i, uncured, s;4e; UiunaKed,
siikkp I'ki.ts Steady; vreen, She ' f l.iHi;
d -y ilo, OniiTiie., as to amount and quality "f
wool; Ki-een siieai inifs. ikojn-.; dryilo, h i,.He.
WiiF.T-HVher: April, ,,.; May, t.i,e;
June, s;1, is;'te; Juiy. N)iiEf.sS',c.
( iun H iwlier; April, 4s ,c; May, 4'.rsc:
June, 51 'c; July, .M 'r; Auirust, M'c.
(iats Firmer; April 2;ic; May, 31o; June,
:t;se: Julv, .'t-.'1,c.
PoitK-f.ower; May, tl6.s2'i; June, f lii.1171,:
Julv. 17. 10.
I.Aitu Dull; May, $S.aj; Juno, $s.0;
siioiiT Kins May, f-S.ST'ii June, $s..17'i;
Wiikat Hldier; No. 2 lted, April, $l.im'.j
May, tl.m: June, flaw,; July, fl.ni ,;
Coiin Hi.dier; April, 57aiic; May, Ss'nc;
June, 5Ss,,.; Juy, o ii,e.
(iats Hull; Western, spot, Ky,4 c; May,
a'lVc; June, 2f!4e.
PltoVisioNS-l'ork Dull; spot mess, flil.75
aiT.W); Lard-Lower; steaiii, fs.70.
Live Stock Markets.
lloos-tio eipts. 1.200; quiet; Pioi c lower;
litrht t'i.0U'Wl.o,i; rouirli imekinjr. S.V-VKii.no;
heavy paekimr and shippimr, ..(!", nil. ai.
Catti.k Keeeipts.fJ.OKl; dull ami vveuUer: ox
ports, t'l.lViVi.iiil.-eoiiimoii to choice, fo.iVi.lu;
common to choice, JT).40itS.15.
SiiKKi1 Weak; common to choice. W.T'iCi
Catti.F Active; (foo I to choice steers, ft.!)
ff'tt.iiO; falrtoiiie(liuiii..'i.iiOfr.').,.i; mixed butch
er.', f;).7,'i'..i.oi; muckers, i.tK'U..jii.
Siikki' Firmer; fair to (foiwl Western Phoep,
H.'.a",.'..iO: choice to fa icy, t'h'afM; good
Wester. I liiiiilm, 0."r"r.7 .iVl.
Hons Dull; irood to choice Yorkers, ((.1b
fo'l.i.'); iroiiil me I i il ill weljflils, $il..iltrt.4U; piKS,
KANS S 1 11 V.
C.VTTl,K-Ueeelpts,2,s l;veuk an 1 low, native
seeis of l.ir.T to 1.411 1 1 is. iivcrnno,
f 'i.lfrii"i.ii.'i; stockerg and feeders, ti lod)
6 mi; cows, J.:.iiiii.t4.1o.
Iliiiis-Ui celpis, :vi); market dull am) IfWi
lfic cents limer; lots of 211 to 272 lbs. aver
litre, ViX.W. ill; main'.v. I'l.l.'id'i.u'i.
SIikki' Hcoelpts, SS,4nO; slow; Ha lves Jim
lb, avei-ae, $.".
II omi' Items.
"All your own fault
If vod remain nick when oti can
'let H,q, iiitru that i.ever Fail.
'liie wcikut Woman, smallest child.
mid nicked ji.Ta'id ciu use Hop IJitters
with fcileiy Hod great good.
Oid uieii tittering iiround from rheu
matism, kidney trouble nr any weakness
win oe almost ntw by using. Hop Hitters.
My wile and daughter were made
healthy by the use of Hop liitti rs ami I
recoiiimnnl them to mv neonle. Metho
Auk any good doctor if Hop
Hiite-f aro not tho Lei-t family medic' he
MdiariHl lever, Ague and Biliousness,
will leive every neighborhood ua soon as
JJop Bitters arrive.
"My mother drove the paralysis and
neuralgi i all out of her si stein with Hop
Hitters." i; I. Oswego Sun.
Keep the kidneys healthy with Hop
Bittern and ou need not fear sickuets.
Ice water is rendered harmless and
more re'ri sbing an reviving with IJop
Bitti-rs in e:-.ch draught.
The vigor of youth for the ad and
infirm iu Hop Bitters!
- "At the chance of life nothing eqtia'.a
Hop Bittern to alliy all trouble) In. IdiM
'The best peri' dical for ladies to take
monthly and Ipuu which they will receive
the greatest benefit in Hop Bitters"
Mothers with sickly, fretful, nursing
children, will cure the ciiildr"n and benefit
themselves by taking Hop Hitters daily.
TiioiH'iiids die annually from gome
f. nil of kiiidtiey ,1 s ases that might have
been prevented hj (l timely use of Hop
Indigestion, weak stomach, irn-guUri-ties
of the bowels, cannot exist when Hop
Bitters are used.
A timely tine of Hop
Bitter Kih keep a whole family
In rotnm health ayeur at a little co t.
To pio luce rod gemiire sleep and
chili-like repose all night, t ike a little
Hop B;to rs on retiring.
That indigestion or s'omach gas at
night, preventing rest and sleep, will disap
pear by u-ing II op Bitters.
Parsiytic, nervm!-, tremulous old
ladies are made perfectly quiet and spright
ly by Using Hop Bitters.
O;"-' "f "'.ir re L'ioiis monthlies,
which I,-.- a .urge "i':v.; list," lately
-.'tit t!ie li::ll . i,;' i.s ti: .eriijers in a
certain :oi: to on.- of the number,
aKi!i.' i.iiii ;., report whether all of
thein w-r- -; 1 '.iviri i:i the place and,
reg-ularly re -e In r (., pies mailed
. : I r . . . .
to iiumii. no i,.;,.ie i: "All I. ere ex
cctit B;'o her S . He-vviit to ln-av-(;n
la. i sunn,, r. widow and chi d
riTi rei:ifiiu her ji rnriti-'iitly." ..;.
tr's U Z'Vtf.
OKANGES AND FLOKIDA.
Betici' than Breezes ami Blosssoins -liblor
a New Hag.
Even the b i liny air and orange gr ves
of Florida fail to keep i's p-op,.- 1". j 11 of
hajipinets and comlort. Art must help ua
ture every win re in the tropics as among
tiie pints of the North. "And, cbitf htnong
the blessings which are adapted to all
zones," wriies Dr. J. G. Wallace, of Fort
Dade, Fia., "is Pakkkk's Tonic. It s.tius
to have the world lor a tie d, and most of
the current diseases y ield to its action. I
have ueil it in the case of a delicate and
dyspeptic young lady with the most grati
fying results. It seemed to accomplish
with es-e what the usual prescriptions and
treatment for that miserable malady failed
wholly to bring about. I am also glad to
state that the Tonic has greatly relieved me
personally of a troublesome atonic condi
tion of the stomach of long standing. It is
the ideal purifier and invigorant."
Messrs. IIiscox Sc Co. call especial a'ten
tion to the lact that after April 1G, liSJ,
the name and style of this preparation will
hen-after be simply Parker's Tonic. The
word ''Ginger'' is dn pped, for the reus n
that unprincipled dealers are constantly de
ceiving their patrons by substituting in
feri r pn-paiatirns uti !cr the name of Gin
ger; arid as ginger is an unimportant fla-vnri-g
ingredient in our Tonic, we are sure
that our fri'dids will agree with us as to
tlif pnq-riety of the change. There will be
no change, however, in the prepirnfion it.
self; and iillbolt'es remaining in the hands
of dealers, wrapped under the name ol
'Tahkkk's Gingkk Tonic," contain the
genuine medicine if the signature nt ITi-tox
i: Co. is at the bottom of outside wrapper.
Look out for Your Head!
No matter what parts it may finally
affect, cat orh always star's in the heal, and
belor.es to the head. There is no mys'ery
ah ir the origin of this d. re Mil disease. It
begins in a neglected rold. One of the
kind that is "sure to be better in a few
days." Thousands of victims know how it
is by ssd experience. Ely's Cresni Balm
cures cel ls in the linil and catarrh in all
its stages. Not a snuff nor a liquid. Ap
plied wi'h tho finger to the nostrils.
Ft. I-ons, Mo., Ju'y 2Ph, 1833. The
stiffness i nil gone from mv neck. A few
applicat'ons of Mcrrell's Penetrating 01
entirely ctirel it. It is a wonderful L-'ni-in
'nt. and I am greatly obliged to you for
reci nimending it. Very truly,
IIkNUV 0. DCNNK,
Sup'tof Night Mail, St. Louis, Mo.
rUii'Kicn's Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
liitiiscs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Ft-ver
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
'' cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Advice- to Motliori.
Are you disturbed at night nrid 1" ken
of your rest by a sick child sutfering and
crying w ith pain of tutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is iucalmilalile. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistiike about it. It cures dysentery and
diarilio'a, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tho world. Price 35 cents a bottle.
A rheumatism that bus lasted for seven
years ia pretty stubborn and confirmed.
No matter, it had to go, like all the rest,
as soon as Athlnphoros was brought to bear
upon it. Mr. Wm. S. Fleming, Mf. pleas
ant, Pa., writes: "Have suffered with rheu
matisin tor seven years. Fr fie months
was confined to the bouse, and for five
weeks was in bed, helpless. After using
two bottles of Athlnphoros, I am entirely
well ami about my business."
Cured My Wire's Weakness.
From Evansville, Ind., the home of our
correspondent, Mr. John Ji. Patterson,
comes the following: 'Simaritan Nervine
cured my w ife of a esse of female weak
ness." Jts mi ex'ract from Mr. Patterson's
in the sinuses of the teeth eoon grow into
appalling cavities, if disregarded. Check
advancing decay at the outset with S0Z0
DON'T, nnl the p:iin of toothache, tho
wretchedness of eating with unsound teeth,
and the dyspeptic symptoms caused by
swallowing half-masticated fond may be
prevented. This aromatic and salutary ar
ticle perfuntts the breath, and remcdiis
sponginess of the gums. Its popularity ia
I'll Clip lioillts
in ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Along the iiee of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain arid Southern Had way, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Kailrond, are thousands of
acres of ti.e choicest farming and grazing
lands in the woild, ranging in pricv from
t's.'.OO to f'JOO and 4.00 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 of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1852, tuid make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
f;r 18W i.s r,0 per cent larger than that of
1S82. To those purchasing lan 1 owned by
the Company, and pajing one-fourth, one
half, or all ca.h, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for ticket: or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. ToWXsKND, Gefi'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
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2i;0th Edition. Price only 81
IJY MAIL POST-PAID.
Fxhausted V l il'ty Nervous and I'liy-icai l)e
bility I'.m.'ituti! Di'cllnu in .Man, Errors ol
Y'liith. anil lint. ild miseries resulting Irom Indts
rret on or exces-i . A hook for every man, voiim.'.
miudli'-Hged ami old. 1 1 con' iii lis ih prescriptions
f r all U' lite and chronic diseases, each one ol
which Is inva uilile. so lo nid t v the Author,
whose experience for '23 yenrsls such as probah'y
uiver liefere fell to the lot of any phislclati. msl
page-, boutid ir. beautiful Fr -in h mus'iti, embos
red covers, 1 11' gilt, guuratite' d to be a finer work
in v. ry .eiiv met hanieii, literary nd profe..
.iot.al than anv other wo;k .old In this couniry
for $3 Ml oi the money w il: be reluinled In every
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st iiclliiii, tin I by the alllicl' il for reiiel Ii will
betietit ail I.i'iiiloli Lancet.
There l no member nl sertety to whom Mil.
bunk will nut l' useful, whether youth, p.ir-nt
gu.inl an. Insttncti r or h rg man Areonaiit.
Slid es the 1'eahody Medical Institute, or I)r
W. II I'.rker, No. I Duiriiica Nt-ect. U i.lon.
)sss., who mnv he cnii.nltvd on all di.iase. re
qnl'lini skl'l and expeiieneo Cli-onlc and olistl
nate dlsoa'i. that haehaflleil TTl.'' A 1 the
skill ol all o'her phy.'.clans a llVjlXlj .pa
dally. Much treated .nc- PT I VCP? L"
ceflullr without an Inst- 111 lOIiliJ1
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Jitest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Iino Running
0 DAILY TRAIN
Making Dikect Connection
Thaiks Lciti Caibo:
Arriving In St. Loula 9 00 .m. ; Chicago, 8:30 p.m.)
(.'oioiei -ainir at odin and Kfflnirham for Clncln
Lull, Lomeville, lodianapolii and points ast.
IU' :'." p m. IPost ftt. Louis and
Arriving In Pt Lords 0:15 p. m.,and connecting
for all poiuta Went.
3:45 p. m. Frist Express,
For St. Lo'iiian ! Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
10:1 j p. in., and Chicago 7:20 a. m.
3:45 p. in Cincinnati Kxpress. '
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 a. ra. ; Louisville 6:55
a. m. ; InrlianapoiN 4:eA a. m. Paa-etigers bf
this train reach tho above points ly to 30
JliA'Ka in advance of any other route.
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.......... . .e'" n i j L.1..11 .s.
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ont changes, and Ihr.nih alecper. to St. Louis
Fnsst Tirno Vnat
Vft SOll (riil'vj t,T l,ue f through to Eat.
j v . l'rn PiDta withont ny delay
annul,, uuerveiHiig. i nn naiuruay arter
loon train frotu Cairo arrive. In new York Monday
nornlug at lo::i:. TUIrty-.ix hours in advauceoj
n"' other route.
Ity-For tlirmleb tirlrera &nil fn.tha, l.rn.n.i..
sppir at IiHuoln Cential Kailroad Depol.Cairo.
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I. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ri.LI.N0IS CL.NTHAL Il.n.
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Mul! 2:20 A.m. I VfalI .. d'O'.. m'
Kjpri'.r- 3:45 p.m tExpres. llfJOa.ni
tbt. Louis Ex.li:J5p.m. tsit. Louis Ki. 2:15p,m.
i. (.'. h.k. (."soutnern division.)
tMall 4:1". a.m I . (I Er
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tActoni i 43 p.m.
ST. L. & C. n. It.
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Kx 4 .Mai ... 10;:lil a.m. Er. Mall.
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Arconi 4:ii p.m. Acr.un I0::)0 a.m.
freight ::45 a.m. Freight ti:45 p.m.
Molill.K A OHIO H. K.
Vail 5:W.m. Mall 9:10 p.m,
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i eins is m. i.ouis it. n 7 p. m.
M. Lout. Jt dim H. K 5 p. m.
(Kilo Hlvcr 3 p. m.
Miss I.lver arrives Wed., Sat. & Mon.
4 p. m.
depart. Wed., Fri. Snn.
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itNOTE.-('bnne;e will be publi.hed from
time to time In city papers. Change your card, ac
cordingly. WM. M. MUKI'UY. 1. M
617 St, Charles Sr,, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. rairulnr OrniluntB of two medical
colleges, has I i lnm.-ei engaired In the treat-
jient ort 'lironie, Nervou., rskin bikI
Hloml Illseases tli.iii anv other physician lu
St. Louis. ascltypHpers9how and all old resi
dents know. Consultation at otllce or by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
costs nothing. When It Is Inconvenient to visit
the city for treatment, medicine, can he Kent
by mall or express everywhere. Curable cae.
guiiraiiteed; where doubt exists It it frankly
atuted. tailor Write,
Nerrons Prostration, DehllUy, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
alectlonsof Throat, Skin and Bone., Blood
lin parities and Blood Poisoning, Skin A flec
tions, Old Sore, and Ulcers, Impediment, to
Marriage, Itheumatlsm, Pile.. Special at
tention to eases from orer-worked brain.
SI IKilCAL f ASFS receive .pedal attention.
Disease, arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposure.,
It Is self-evident that a phy.iclan paring
particular attention to a class of case, attain,
great skill, and physician. In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, frequently
recommend cnes to the oldest otllce In Ameri
ca, where every known appliance I. resorted
to, and the proved ood remedies of all
ages and countries are used, A w hole house I.
u.ed for otllce purposes, and all are treated wltu
skill In a respectful maimer; and, knowing
w hat to do, no experiments re made. Ou ac
count of the gniil number aiiplylng, the
charges are kept low, often lower than Is de
niatnied hv others. If v on -ecure the skill and
vet aspeeilv and perfect lite cure, that Is tnn
Important matter. J'aiupulet, 3d pagei. bent
touny address free.
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M iiihood. Wuiuanli'Ki.l. PhTslcal decay. Who
should marrv. How life and happlnes. may be
Increased. Those married or contemplating
riarrvlns' should read It. It ought to be read
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