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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 19, 1884.
A WICKED WIFE.
The Guilty r.ljht of Pretty Annlo
Do .v mail . "rora Her
Her Paramour a "jrthless Dude Prom
Cmciuniti The Polly of
Pursue J by Her Injured Ilusbaid, Bent
Upon Revenge, Accompanied by
His Ir.r.ocent Bale.
Sr. I.oris, Mo., April lv I'; ink How
hum arrived at the 1'nioii IK ;ot last uisht
I : vim - home near (J:iim svi le, O., in a
considi r:i'.''iy nutated frame of uiiud, and
told a heart -rciidin:: story of love, court
ship, liiarriairt, desertion and divorce.
Throe years :ts:o, Frank l.o'viuaii, then a
prosperous your.? farmer in Ohio, saw
a:ul loved Auuie Tower, and succeeded in
win.iliii; her Land. Tliey became eniraged
shortly afterward, and two years
a:;o they were married. Ho
had a farm of sixty acres aud was realiz
ing a handsome income from his labor.
1-ist week Mr. Bowman was horrified by
the sudden aud mysterious disappearance
of his wife, and then on'y Hashed across
his mind the truth of his position. He
had been annoyed for a long time by the
isits to his house of a yout; and disso
lute fellow who ha 1 come to the country
village, ostui.-U'ly from Cincinnati, and
who was reported as liiiiiti an
fluent for a I.ir.-e agricultural machinery
firm lu the 'city." He had treated
tlierouns i.iau w ith courtesy, the thought
never entering Liis brain that the man and
his own Annie could have had any clan
destine relations with each other. In
deed, the two rarely exchanged greet
ings, a fact which diverted any suspicion
which he might entertain. ue day last
week, however, returning home to din
ner, ho found his little baby girl, but
fifteen month old, tod liiug around in
the crest f:i!!ii (lining room, but
no Annie. No tracts could lie
found of the abscv.: '. ng wife, and all his
March pro ed of no av nil. In the indig
nation at the trick which had been played
upon him by the so-called ULfent aud his
faithless wiff, he packed his valise, and
taking the child, d. M'inined to tiud her.
He learned that the c'oping pair had
come to St. Louis on their way to Colora
do, and he forthw ith followed them. Mr.
Bowman went out on the Missouri Pacilic
this morning to seek the home of his
parents in Kansas, lute-tiding to leave The
child with its grandparents and then to be
off after his fleeln.w ifc
"It breaks my heart,,' said Mr. Bow
man, "to think of this little prattler being
all alone in the world. So far as the
woman is concerned, it matters little to
me. I w ill give lu r the justd.iesuf her
sin and then leave ln-r. I will obtain a
divorce, and you will see that she will
curse the day she took up w ith t fiat tirunk
The little girl was fondly eii.bracins
and kissing ker father, who is a hand
some and stalwart young farmer. His
recreant wife, It is said, is a remarka
bly beautiful woman, and the young
man with whom she eloped is thought
to be a Ciucinuatl dude.
I BAN K JAM MS' TKIAL.
More Witnesses Who Are In Doubt Dick
HrVTSvti.i.K, Ai.a., April 18. The trial
of Frank .lames for alleged participation
in the Musle Shoals robbery began in
court this morning. The lirst witness
againt the defendant w as IVden. He sw ore
that he believed he had seen James on
the lltli of March, 11, on the Mussle
(should Canal, the day Smith was robbed.
lie could not positively Identify him,
but the defendant look' A very much like
Smith testified that he v..s lobiied on
March 1 1, 1M, by three men. He be
lieved the defendant was one of them, but
could not positively identify him.
Wilcoxou saw throe that day in the vi
cinity of the robbery. He believed the
defendant was one ol them, but could not
pn-Hively identify him. The defendant's
counsel then entered an objection to Dick
Liddil testifying because he was convict
ed in Missouri of grand larceny ami then
pardoned. This brought on an argument
which is now progressing, as to the legal
I fleet of the pardon.
Bringing Monopolists to Time.
II u: ik,ui, Conn., April 1. The ap
plication of the Baltimore hio Telegraph
Company before Judge Shipinan, of the
Ti.ited States Court for unorder instruct
ing Iieceiver Clark, of the New York and
New Fngland Hailroad, to furnish trans
portation facilities for the construction
of their lines into New Fngland was up
lor hearing this morning. Clark and
ceunsel were present for the Hailroad,
urn) Messrs. Chandler, Kimball, liuekand
Fggleston for the Telegraph Company.
The Western I'nion Telegraph Company
appeared by Counsel from the otlice of
lb lull 4. Swaync and asked for a post
ponement for two weeks. The Judge
denied the motion and says they
must be prepared to go on with the trial
a Saturday, April iM, and if (ii-ncral
wuyne could not lie present the Western
on must secure other compel, l'.v
ye- petition it appeared that the Western
1 loon claimed that the railroad contract
ed with them to refuse ail oilier telegraph
...puiH-s surii transportation facilities.
Mr. (haulier asked the Court to make
an onlir rer,niriiig t!ie production of the
contract. The Judge grunted the request
and ordered the Wester,, y uhm to t.ry!
the pet.tioners wtu, t.oti,-.. ,) the around
ol their defense and win, u ri,.,y of tll0
A Vll.l.IAVs. A Mo tit.
Arthur Simpson Elopes With His WilV.
Nkw Yohk, April 18.-.bout live years
ngoannur fMinpson, u handsome young
Englishman, arried in this country, and
Hecured board at the house ol William
Holati, In East Eighteenth street, this
city. Mr. Dolan was a stone-cutter, as
was Simpson, and they worked Tn the
pome shop. Four years ago Simp-ou
married Annie Jktluii. Their married life
.was apparently happy, and about two
rears a;o they moved to Bllssvllle,
where Arthur secured employment
in a marble yrlv They rented
t cottage ou the road leading
from Bllssville to Laurel Hill, and lived
in comfortable circumstances. He was u
sober man, and his wife was Industrious,
and they managed to save up a snug sum,
which was deposited in a savings bank in
this city in Arthur's name. Among their
visitors was Miss Katie Nolan, a niece of
Mrs. Simpson. She was a blue-eyed,
Eood looking girl of seventeen years. She
was much attached to her I'ncle Arthur,
aud he fully reciprocated her affection.
Mrs. Simpson noticed their love for rich
other ami mentioned it to some of
her relatives, who laughed at her,
saying, "Arthur is old euough to
be Katie's father." Two weeks ago
next Saturday night Arthur failed to
return home at the usual hour. His
wife ascertained that he had drawn
the money from the bank and
also learned that her niece, Katie, had
left her home on the same day. After
several days had elapsed, and neither
of them "returned, it was concluded
that they had eloped. Mrs. Simpson
and her young children were left des
titute, but through the kindness of
her neighbors she managed to support
herself and children until yesterday,
when her brother, the father of Katie,
went after her and brought her to his
home iu this citv.
Cora Weber, the Latest Case of Mysterious
Disappearance, Returned to
The Aspersions of the Good Sister Who
Forgot to "Watch as Well as
St. Lot ts, Mo., April 1. Miss Cora
Weber, the fifteen-year-old young lady,
who so mysteriously disappeared from
the Visitation Convent ou Wednesday
morning, was returned to her parents
yesterday evening by Edward Ligget of
I WO Wash street, in whose house she
had been employed as a servant since the
morning of her departure from the Con
vent. A reporter called at IS:.".' l'apin street,
the residence of Frederick Weber this
morning. Mr. and Mrs. Weber and Cora
were seated ill a parlor when the reporter
entered. Mrs. Weber said : "This prom
ises to be a cloudy day, but no matter
how dark, it certainly lias more sunshine,
in it for us that yesterday. Cora returned
to us last night and I assure you we in
tend getting her home as soon as possible.
We leave lor Atchison ou this eveuirlg's
CoKA MOVUi KK.sTI.KSM.Y
In her chair, and to all appearance did not
enjoy in the least this allusion to her late
She lis rather tall for her age.
well developed, with a pair of Maud
(iranger arms; her eyes, coal black and
snappish, covered by restless lids, with
long, dark lashes, which more than counter
balance tin' effect of a rather sallow com
plexion and a prominent noe. Her
father scarcely ever removed his gazo
from her, as if he feared she would dis
solve from view should he do so. Loth
to speak, but urged ou by her mother,
she said :
"I have nothing to say about the Sis
ters. They treated me as well as the
other girls, but I was louesome and
homesick, and when they made me
write mamma confessing a violation of
the rules that I had lieeii guilty of,
even after I had begged them to let
me off, it almost broke my heart, ami
1 couldn't bear to remain there. The
walls looked gloomy and prison-like,
and everybody seemed to have turned
against me. ' Possibly it was all my
Imagination, but it seemed so to mu
then, and I think it would have killed mo
had I remained.
HOW S11K Ksl'.W'hD.
When asked at this point what the vio
lation of the rules was, she evaded the
ipicstion, and on being pressed, llatly re
fused to say anything about it. "It was
an easy thing," she continued "to get out
of the Convent. The front gate opening
on the street is always unclosed, and in
stead of going up stairs that morning to
take my piano lesson as usual I slipped
through the front door of the Convent
as the porteress was at prayers. (Mice on
the street I felt lost. I wanted to go
home, but I had no money. I feared to
goto my aunt's because I knew she would
send me back to the Convent. There was
only one- thing left for me to dowork
and I started out to hunt a place and
after a good deal of tramping succeeded
in obtaining a position in the family of
Mr. Ligget, on Wash street. Mrs. Liggit
suspected nothing when she hired iii',
only remarking tint I was rather young,
and agreeing to give me nine dollars a
month and my board. 1 intended to work
a month and then (jiiit and go home. I
was afraid they might make me return to
the Convent. The ilrt work that 1 did
was sonic scrubbing and my
II ANUS AltK A 1.1. III.ISTK1U:1
and the muscles of my arinsareall.swolleu
and sore. The lady of the house remarked
that I did not look as If 1 had been used
to hard work, aud when she read of my
disappearance In the papers her suspi
cious were aroused and In-r Inquiries re
sulted In my return to my parents, and
oh, I'm so glad the thing is all over aiul
that I'm going back to Atchison."
Mrs. Weber desired the papers to state
that Cora had been In the employ of good
responsible people a ml that at no time
had she even thought of going away with
any young gentleman.
Excitement in Whisky Circles.
Cim iNNAii, ., April 18. The decline
of three cents in the quotations of high
wlues causes some excitement In whisky
circles. It is done without the orders of
the whisky pool, and the sales reported
to-day were those of the leading members
of the pool iu this city. It is regarded as
a nece-sarv result of a dull market and
the- large quantity of Kentucky goods
pressing for sale.
Money and Diamonds Stolen.
1'iiu.Mo.i .l'ti i a. Pa., April is. Frank
Long, cd si) North Broad street, reported
to l.ieuie,1Ult Edgar that his house had
been robliedof slim n money and l
mono jew, -ivy valued lit tf L'.iHHI. Two
wee m ,1,, Ull. puniiy Iir(Mircd u ynlll)tl
........ s, i,;un lr.,m intelligence of
me. icMcroay uu. rimon she suddenly
disappeared and ltwtts Uien discovered
inn in-- mniunics Uad lu'i-u stolen.
Hia Much-Advertised Measure for
Suppressing Rival Newspa
pers Sat Down Upon.
Carlisle Arraigned by White as the Friend
of the Eich, While the Latter
Labors for the Poor.
An Unusually Bad Day for the Corn
Crackers Generally at the Na
This Settles It.
Washington, 1). C, April 18. The
Joint Committee ou Library to-day, by an
unanimous vote, directed Senator Sher
man to report back adversely the bill in
troduced by him at the suggestion of
Henry Wattersou grautiug copyright to
This Looks Like Business.
Washington, 1). C, April IS. The
House Committee on Post-offices and
l'ost-roads to-day continued the consider
ation of the Postal telegraphy bill, and
upon motion of Representative Ward, of
Indiana, by vote of ten to one (Mr. F.
Keese, of lieorgia) adopted the lollowing
j;.W-.t., That it is the senseof this com
mittee that it Is expedient to adopt the
contract system of Postal-telegraphy.
The members voting affirmatively were,
Messrs. Marcy, Ward, Cosgrove, Rogers,
Jones. Bingham, Peele, Skiuncr White,
Keprcseutative Ward In conversation
with a representative of the United Press
subsequent to the adoption of his reso
lution by the committee said: "That res
olution indicates cheap telegraphy, and
the way is now clear for the adoption of
postal telegraphy without the expendi
ture of a dollar by the Government, t'f
course I cannot say what the committee
will agree upon, but 1 consider the con
tract scheme the best that could be tie
vised. My own opinion is that the com
mittee will adopt the bill w hich will en
able the company offering the most fa
vorable terms to secure the work."
"When will the matter come up
"At the next meeting. Our committee
has nothing else before it, and can go
right on w ith this matter."
Hard Lines for the Tariff Bill.
Washington, 1i. C, April IS. It is
common report and belief in Congres
sional circles that the general debate on
the tariff will abruptly terminate early
next week. Colonel Morrison refuses to
converse upon the subject. Major McKin
ley and other members of the Committee
on Ways and Means say it is understood
that at the regular meeting of the com
mittee next Tiles lay action will be taken
at once to eontine the discussion to the tif
tecn minute rule with leave to print.
Under the live minute rule it is thought
the main question can be put and the bill
tiually disposed of by the middle of n?
mouth. The qiies.ion of night sessions
Is not favorably received and it is im
probable they will be adopted as a means
of working down the list of prepared
Washington, I). C, April is. To-day
the House Judiciary Committee authorised
Mr. Tucker to report adversely the bill
to compel witnesses to go from one
State to another to testify in courts.
lOKTY-Eltiin II C Ot.UKsS.
Washington, I). C, April 1 Mr.
Sherman, from the Committee ou Library
reported adversely the newspaper copy
right bill. It was, however, placed on
the calendar. He also reported from the
same committee adversely the Joint re-solution
providing for the erection of a
bronze equestrian statue to Simon Boli
var. Indefinitely postponed.
Bills were introduced and referred as
By Mr. Hill To provide for the de
posit in the Treasury of the receipts
from the money order system, and the
payment of its expenses from the treas
The Senate then took up the Post-
olllce appropriation biil.
At three o'clock the Senate concluded
its consideration of the Post-olllce ap
propriation bill, and passed It with
out deviation from the amendments
proposed by the Senate Committee on
Appropriations, except to add .1'j,OoO
to the appropriation for river mail
On motion of Mr. McMillan his bill
limiting to two years the time within
which prosecutions may be instituted
against persons charged with violating
the Internal revenue laws was taken up
Mr. White (Ky.) took advantage of the
brief debate on the bill to criticise the
action of the Springer Committee in stop
ping the investigation of the charges
against Governor Murray. The man un
der investigation had said that he was
not guilty and had called upon Justice
Harlan ami Speaker Carlisle to testify to
his good character. Thereupon the in
vestigation ceased, ami not only that, but
the committee had proposed to investi
gate Ids (Wlilte's) character.
Mr. Miller of Pennsylvania called the
gentleman to order for not addressing
himself to the bill under consideration,
but the Bouse decided that Mr. White
might be permitted to proceed in order.
Mr. White continued to talk in the same
strain, when Mr. Miller again culled him
to order. The Speaker thought the re
marks of the gentleman were not relevant
to the bill. Mr. White said the difference
between the Speaker and himself was,
while he had been endeavoring to defend
the rights of the poorest people In his
State, the Speaker had been emit avoring
to get bills through Congress for the big
gest whisky companies In the State of
The Speaker The ( hair desires that
your words should mt be tauen down,
and that no notice be taken of tlicm. Ap
plause on both sides of flic chamber.
Mr. Miller thereupon withdrew his de
mand, but insisted that the gentleman
bhould proceed lu order or not at all.
The Speaker The Chair will eudeavor
to enforce the rules of the House.
Mr. Cannon suggested that great lati
tude had always been permitted members
iu speaking, aud their remarks were not
confined to the provisions of the special
bill under consideration.
The Speaker replied that w hile of his
own motion he would not Interfere with
the course of a gentleman's remarks,
when the point was raised by auother
member he was bound to decide the ques
tion In accordance with the rutas.
Mr. Miller said he did not raise the
point out of any Ill-feeling toward the
gentleman from Kentucky, but he did ob
ject to the time of the Bouse being takell
up iu the settlement of differences which
any member id Congress might have
with some other person. A mem
ber hid the utmost liberty in debate
and could not be called to ac
count for his utterances, and that lib
erty ought not to be abused. The
llou-c, however, ought not to permit
any member to abuse his privilege.
Mr. White then proceeded In order,
and at the conclusion of his speech,
the bill was passed.
Th' House then went Into committee
of the whole, with Mr. Cox (of N. Y.)
in the chair on the private calendar.
l'AKOYVIAI. ( I ssKllXK.ss,
It Lauds a Too Susceptible Divine in the
A mia ny, N. Y., April IS. The trial ol
the Lev. Alfred F. Vedder for the crime
of abortion was concluded here yester
day. The case was given to the jury at
ten o'clock last night, and at the opening
of the court this morning tiny came In
with a wrdict of guilty. The convicted
clergy man gazed at the jury, and the
muscles of his face tw itched nervously,
but by a powerful effort he controlled him
seif an 1 the cold smile that nearly al
ways plays about his face returned. A mo
tion for a new t rial was denied and the court
proceeded to pass sentence. The prisoner
said he had nothing to say why sentence
ahouid not be pronounced upon him. Mis
counsel, Judge Yates of Schenectady, ami
e-i'ouuty Judge J. 11. Clute also de
clined to say anything in mitigation of
punishment. Judge Nott, iu sentencing
the pr soni r, said: "The jury have found
you guilty of a crime that is looked upon
w ta mirror by the whole community.
The Court feels a great deal ol sympathy
with your wife and child, but duty must
be done. The sentence of the Court is
that you be cotithied at hard labor iu
Clinton Prison for the term of three
J1 lTJl CTl V K Fl.OOll-i.
The St. Croix River on a Rampage.
Cm. lis, Mk., April IS. An eighty foot
bridge at Baring was swept away last
night, and the mills narrowly escaped.
A further rise of one foot is predicted,
which means the loss of every boom iu
the r i er and a tine-tooth comb will not
tind a remain of the various Industries
which line its banks. The St. Croix low
lands between Princeton and Calais are
under water, and the floods are spread
ing. Lvery mill on the river is shut
down, ami large gangs of mill men are
iuaed in strengthening the booms,
mills, etc., in every possible manner,
lb a.y floods are reported from Manches
ter, N. 11, in the Merimac K'ver, and
from Waterville, Me., iu the Kennebec
Bk'm.ki.yn, X. Y., April IS. Mrs.
Wallingford, who was recently indicted
by the Grand Jury for bigamy in having
married Xathau Howes, knowing him to
be a married man, was arraigned to-day,
and after having two hysterical tits in the
court, pleaded not guilty and was re
manded to jail.
An Early Morning Hanging.
Wiiitk Plains, X. Y., April I i. Theo
dore Hoffman was hanged at seven
o'clock this morning for the murder of
Zifc Marks a Jewish peddler whom he
waylaid and brutally murdered a year
ago. The execution was private. Hoff
man from lirst to last maintained his in
nocence. Dumaiontf Rain3 in Arkansas.
Hoi'K, Akk., April 18. The heaviest
rain for years past has fallen here since
L':uO this morning, and unless it ceases
soon will do great damage by washouts
and land-slides. Two railway trestles
have already been washed away and
trains arc greatly delayed.
A Booming River.
MMtTFoitu, Conn., April IS. The Con
necticut Ibver is twenty feet higher than
usual, and covers all the docks to and
below Middletowu. The river is still
Political Short Stops.
The Twenty-third .New York Congres
sional Listrict Republican Convention
chose A. X. Cipher and W. K. Scripture
delegates to Chicago. Both are for Blaine.
The convention of the National party of
the Third Congressional district of New
Jersey elected delegates to the National
convention at Indianapolis May 'JS. Del
gates favor General Butler for President.
The Lxecutive Committee of the Inde
pendent Ijibor party of New York, ap
pointed three delegates lrom each Con
gressional district and city to attend the
Labor convention at Chicago, July 1W.
The Republicans of the Seventh Ohio
District selected General M. J. W. 1 loi
ter, of Batavia, and II. L Morey dele
gates to Chicago. No Instructions. Bol
ter's llrst choice Is said to be Blaine j
The Republican District Convention of
the Seventh Congressional District of
Michigan, nominated John P. Sanborn,
of Port Huron, and R. B. Noble, of Sani
lac County, delegates to the Chicago Con
vention. Sanborn Is understood to be
for Blaine; Noble unknown.
The Sixteenth Ohio District Republicans
elected K. L. Lybarger, of Coshocton,
and II. C. Van Vorhis, of Zancsville,
delegates to the Chicago Convention.
Lybarger Is for Sherman and Van Vorhis
for Blaine. An effort to Instruct the
delegates for Blaine failed.
The Democratic Congressional Central
Committee for the 17th (Morrison's) Illi
nois District met in Litchfield yester
day for the purpose of fixing the date
aud apportionment of the Congressional
Convention. The full committee was
present. The convention was llxed at
Litchfield for July 15. It will be com
posed of 78 delegates, ou a ratio of HH5
votes cast for Hancock iu 18H0. The
feelliiK of those present was for Tllden
(or President, nd Harrison for Gov
ORANGES AND FLORIDA.
BYtter than Breezes nml Blossoms -l
ittler u Mi-w 1 l.tgv
Kvcn Ibo I), ilmy air and oraiioe groves
ofFloiidu I. til to keen is I. etile full of
happinen and eouifoi'. Art inns' help na i
tlire tVriy W Ik re in the liup.cs nliiollg; i
the pirns ol M,e Xoitli. "Ami, cl.iM i nionij
the bbssiiig-i width ate adapted to all
Zoies," wii es Dr. J. (. Wallace, of Fort
Dele, FiS., "is 1'aUKKH's To.Mc. It Seems
t I, ,vj lite . rid lor a tie d, .vcl most of
the current diseases yield to its action. 1
h .V'j tiled it iu the cise of a oel c de and
d'.spcptic vit'i); buly with Hie most trraii
t'yit g results. It seemed to ac Inplish
with eve what the u-iiil pre cr ft ns nml
trentmel.t for that mis. rabie md.d f iihd
wholly to bring about I ai, j-l.al to
state thiit (he l oii.c bus gre .tiy relit veil n.e
petsoii..llv of a to tl'di som.' a'' ire condi
tion i I the s'onru h i f long st .mlin;.'. It is
the id. ;.! ; uritii r Mid g 'r .n ."
M ssrj, 1 1 1 si n v kv Co. c ili t spia ial atten
tion to the act th it sf'. r Aprd K, lsS.l,
the nmn and style ol' this prep .r.flou will
hircHl'.er be simply I'arki r's Tmre. The
word ''Ginger" is dripped, for the reason
that unprincipled dealers ar" rors'S' tlv de
ceiving their patrons by sulisti'utin in
ferior prepsiati. ns um'er tlm mine i f Gin
ger; and as ginger is an unimpofant fla
voring ingredient in our Tone, we me sure
list our friends will agree with u s to
tl.e ptoprit ly ol' the cli mge. There will I e
no change, h'ovi vcr, in the prcpaiation it
self; and all bottles reiii'iii ir.g in th - hands
of dealer", wreppe I under 'he n'iini' 'd
"P.vhki'.h's Gimiku Tonic," emit iin the
genuine medicine if the sigiis'ure o! Hiscox
it Co. is nt thi' bottom of outside wrapper.
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a good vi o r. in w : I
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save that ol '! e
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tic o h, -r :i, i
this, linweve:-. in:
it le bojiie. Put
Your d.s. oiiiliuii-'
is coin;:. t le w '''.en he
turns siiat'' r.-un-i nan:-' the coat
upon Hi'' bad, of his idi i.r, i. ii-. giving
the iiLfortiina'e b"i
i..i lO't b.OW
that iles.ro'. s yo-r -.:
evening". 1 a k of
lire bll'bb'.t of Van:
unco of a man wi'.ii
,e, I hiiv.ov for tht
i:i !' hats! They
, v o"-.de the liliis
':i ov.-fi oat."
A ceh bratcd London physu i-.li lias said
that Hncuni t:n (I'd N-urslgia ure mt
cleariv define I disc-
but rither rfsul's
of disease physical conditions cmiM-qui'iit
on disturtiaLCes in the system. On this
theory, Athlophoios wins the dirlif ctn u of
a specific. When your muscles siilf-n and
y .ur joints swell you think the llheuma
tif til is tin rf . It is no mmc th re than tht
engine in the eel ir is on t'i rit'tli stTT
hi re it runs the lo. in or priming prt .
It is in the b! oil, which, M'.rrhHrg-d wi'b
poisonous t.cids, di pi'-it t l.'-ni tit poiti's
where the circirittn n is imp-l" I. Pti'ify
the blood of these p.. ism . This is the
mission of Athh nh. ros. This is :ts secret
of eucc'e-sfu: cure.
(Vdue, Gentle spring-,
and bring mniarin, dy-p'fi biliou-neas,
turpi i fy of l.ver M.d tuiri of kindred
rnl'i f. For'i.r fiy Kidney-Wort is at
hind. It uiy if !nd hi the r.er'st. drug
gist an I wii. puri'y h" i;.tmn,c .rn-ct the
feton.Hfh nd bo '. Htimu! i'i: the liver
nd k.dr.e) to he. thy n'",nn, remove ail
poiionous huiiiorii ar.d innKc you feel like
a new man. As a ring medicine, tonic
and blood purifier it hns not qui!.
Advice to llotlii'is.
Are you disturbed r.t night and b- ken
of your re.-l by h sick child siitb ring nn I
crying with pain of t utting tertlit" II so,
send at once an I get a Lottie of Mm. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup lor Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little nulfeitr immed
iately. IK'pcij 1 upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures ly senteiy imd
iliarrlnea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tin; gums, ie
duces irillaminiitioii, and tives tone hn i
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syr tip for Children Teething
is pleasant to the laste, nml is the prescrip
tion of orie of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians iu the United Stales,
nml is for sale by all druggists throughout
tiie world. Price 2') cent" a bmtle.
A .Startling; Iiiscovery,
Mr. Win. Johnson, of Mnr ni, I)k., writes
that biH wife bad been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
reinndi.s tried gave no pei in iiicnt relief,
until he procured a bo!tie of Dr. King's
New Discovery I' r Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical illect, ami
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Discises of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B ttlcs Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size 1.00. . (5)
Cheap lionp s
in AKKANSVS AND TEXAS.
Along tlie iire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Ha I way, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Hailroad, sre thousands of
acres of the choicest tanning and grazing
lantlfl in the world, ranging in price from
r - . ..ww 1 At J. i
fv.uu to .juu ami f i.w per acre, in a
healthy country, with cliiiMtn 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 18S2, and make up your mind to go and
Piic f r your If when voil learn that flip crop
fir iMSIt is ,1(1 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the C'lnipmy, urn! n-ii imr one-fourth , one-
half, or all c ish, a proportionate rebate is
allowed lm money pi. id fortickct? or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townskni), Ocn'l Pass. ArL
St. Louis, Mo.
NKW A l)V I'.itTISKM KNTS.
ItrmliT, .Velir II ,1 III- I'.llllill II iliijlins, s!io
rnri'i., ivno.i etc ,1,1 1 ul imi oiliiiuit'llt-
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lull 11 111 eil e,l ; Hi nil lull.)!; t!c hire Iii;Im;I'i
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riinrv itlven; iiu:i'c, i.ii 1 iil, :lc pur llliu
tMicil cncii.iirH, u-i.irie.nut . h-cu'' rtf.iorl,
lerilf, etc., mlili-ci. 1 11 1! PHi l: M X MFii.i: ,.ii
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nils im er.
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I r i.l a ii'.e m u il.rmi'c Ui-tii-ei', .i.h oin' of
!.'! 'i oi oi.ii-.itif. so In. I.. :.y Hie Author.
: ' ' M" rv.i,-c I. r -'. ji-ir- ia tui h pro'.ab
ii-,t 1'i-l- ri' It-,', toiiielui of any iUrician. 4
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in ri'TV . l.-i'-m (iililri , iip-mry ar.d prufei
t ul. il i '.nu .-o:i et'i.T work ("ii'nl In tfita COUUtrf
fer .' M. oi lf.e iitur.ey he ri'fundt in every
Ill-tune l'ti c ut ly Jl.i'i liv ra -.'.!, posttai'l.
I.ii:irat!vi sn".i ie . ci-flc. crel tow. (iold
mi"l:il .rn'i'. :I.e u-.'fuT Oil- Nitiu ai Medical
A-ei lati.ili, tn fie fiii -. r i I which tie r fera
1 h.r in', n, uilif l.f o-t-i i.r the ymiriif for tn
Mo:r;!i i: nti'i In ttm u!!i:ii'l fur reiiol ll will
tu-t.e: t u;l l.lil.'l.ili l.nr.iit.
"'.! r : ii'. liciii'.r nl .o-i.-i to whom Uilf
rinii.i . r.,it tn- ii-f'll. !. !! i-r yii-.th, pir nl
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W 11 I arsi-r. Nu. I li ii'.' ei st.,1. Ii .-ton.
. w:i" ::. ! r i i- .l'cl on all dla-aai-a re-
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ari' io'l f'i lure .Metitmn thli paper.
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ill !,. nl tin- -km.
I hi I'll.. Uo.iii'K C'lii, I'li f-pi or Suiisi, no
ri o,. -I i. t- T'.in t In s-,!li;i..' 'iii'l In .limit a
l ;i,ill .ii skin Cure. It iln- let -niiiii ur hum.
l)u h ,i. in .'( ii i,ti.;nj3 i'X',ii'.iny ftcrv bsAik.
AbSOl.i, 1KLV CUHKd
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In On Ihiel, lii'Mi lul'l, Iin iKlii.il luloirlt aiid
ii a v i'i:vi:ii.
CI. Hni' tin' imti-ilL ,itii;Ii.i teiturul hn iilnltiif,
Wnl ini U'lii- mi i n-l ili.'ii-, -null1' iiti'l li'i'Zili(;.
It s ii up" iii, e'liv I n Colli In tht. Heuil - w lie. h
Is ciii.si "1 I y Kii hl.-ii i l.i.nnn in tin- iinii'i- here.
Imttii'ui in (.ii mii ii'ih iio viii;ii'i 'r UJtk.
PA PIL1 ON MFC. CO., CHICACO
Fori FAIL IiY ALL CHCCOIIT8.
l')r Palo bv
PAUL g. sciiuir,
Snccial Auts. in this citv.
BEFORE V-AND -AFTER
Electric Appliance! ar tent on 30 Days' Trill.
TO MEM OKLY, YCUM3 OR OLD.
WIIo nro B'liriTlnir frum Naitvooi PiniLiTT,
I 'ist Vitality. .c or Nkrvi Futin aho
Vniiiii, Wahtinii FXNKw:i.anilall thone illneasit
nf n I'bkhiiaL iS Aren reinilllnir frnin Ari ies and
oiiikk t i-BKi. Hiciily ri'llef ami comiilete rwt
riitlonurilKAi.TH, inoaanil Maniiouii 111'ahantrbd.
1 he Kmiiili Kt ilmeuvery of Ilia Nim ti'i'iith Century.
Stnil at nine lur UlutitratwJ Paniphka free. Adilna
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