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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2G, 1881,
Q.EORGE HARIU30N LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to tba Tlomeopathle treat
ment of eonjtcal diseases, and diseases of women
orriCB On 14th atreet, opponte tlie Post
office, Cairo. III.
jJK. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, KLRCTRO-VAPOR nd MBDICATKD
A lady to attendance.
K. K W. WHITLOCK,
Ornoa Mo. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
r, nri Ninth Htraet.
fpOE CITY NATION AI BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 0010 LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
TItOS. W. HALL1UAY
JjJNTERPRISE SAVING BANK
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BA K.
THOa "W. II-A.LL1 DAY ,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
F. BROSS, Preatdeut.
H. WILlA, Caahier.
I P. NPr VleePres'nt
I T. J. Kerth, Aes't cash
P. Bro... Ca'ro I William Klute. .Cairo
Peter Nefr....-. " I William Wolf..., "
C. M Osterlob.. " I C. O. Patler.. ...... "
B. A. Boder " I H. Well
J. T. Clemson, Caledouia.;
A GSSKRAL BA5KI5G BCSIN r"8 DONE.
Ixehanga sold andboneht. Interest paid it
the Savings Department. Collections made and
alt bnalnea promptly attended tr.
The Begnlar Cairo & Fadncah Daily
HKSRY K. TAYLOR, Master.
UB0U0B JOUKa. Clerk.
Leave Pdoeah forCttro daily (Handaya except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Monnd City at 1 p. m. Retort
Uf.leavea Cairo at4p.m.;Moanl City atSp.m.
Nashville, Padacah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For Padacah, 8mithtand, Dyerebnra;, Kddyville.
Canton, Dover, Clarksvllle and Nashville,
a B. S. RHEA.
J. 8. TTNRR ......Masier.
QKO. J0BES ........ Clera.
Leavea every Monday moraine at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. H. CHERRY.
WM. STRONG.. mm. Mister.
PKLIX URA8TY.... . Clerk.
L area every Fr'dar morning at 10 o'clock, mak
ing elosa connection at Nashville with the L. A
. R. B. and N, AC K. K. for all point south,
with the Upper Cumberland Packet Co., for alt
point for the Upper Cumberland. For freight or
passage, apply on board or to W. F. Lambdin,
Clarkson & Bowers, .
No. 30 8th St., Cairo, 111.
IVQood Stock and Price Batonable..d
AntiornoBOS Is a novel word to most
people who apeak Uio KnKllBh laiuruag. Tba
Oiwlta used It eenturlea ao, uieauiiitf by It
"TI1E I'ltlZE UEAltEIt."
ATiiLopnonos is the first and only
medicine wliich haa carried off the
prize ad the perfect remedy for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
Llko two relentless tyrants they have for
atrea held thulr auffertnif ictlnn In an Iron
trrt p. Thoao ioor mllerem have lxn aa alave
In the power of their opproeHura.
ATOLornoRos has entered the arena, cn
gwed In conflict with Uio momrtcm, and won tli
viilory. Aa the C)iuititnra In the Orerfuu
iranire of old could win only by the moat severe trmli)
of ability and endurance, ao Atulopuohoi ban won
ttie prize, not alone by (fivmir temporary relief, but
by brliiiriiur an endurliur cure, aa well, to Uione wlu
have auffered the excrurfAtunf atrotiiea of liheuiiu
tiaui and Neunila.
ATiiLornoEos is a novelty, not only
in name, but in lis elements. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
Aiulopiioros acts on tlio blood, muscles
and Jolnta, removing the rolaon and acid from
the blood, carrlea them out of the ayotem.
AniLornoEfis is pnt up with consummate
fk!!l. and contalna nothiiifr that can possibly
harm the moat delicate conntitution.
Now, do you want to suffer on and on?
or do yon want to be well?
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If you cannot get ATnxoPHOROg of your drug
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt of
regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy It from your druggist, but If he
haun t It, do not be persuaded to try soinetuiijg
else, but order at once f roca us aa directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORX.
lUlllJlinmimit H. iiHnmnmm.ii
When you coma to think of it, it ia not
odd that literary people prefer a p!i to a
emt. It ia handier to amoke when they
are writing, and ever ao much cleaner.
And then it rfvee them the true etuence
and flavor of the tobacco.
The moet fartidioua nnokra anions all
naOona and all cUuoteenf men aureetbat
ibe tobacco ifrown on the Golden Tohaoro
belt of North Carolina ia tlie moet delic
lou and refined In the world. Lighter
than Turkiah, more f ratrraut than Havana,
freer from nitratea and Mcotmo than any
other, it ia Jturt what tlie connol-ur
prataea and the habitual rmoker rbtiuanda.
The very choicest tobaoco (rrnwn
on thin Belt ia botnrlit by Blark
well'a Durham Tobacco Co.. and
appear in their oelebratod Bull
Durham Smoking Tobacco. It la
known the world over.
Oet the irenuine.with Bull
trade-mark, then you will
be in re of harintr abso
lutely pure tobacco.
Mutual Life k Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized Drcembor, 1883, Under the
Law of iyyy.
SocccMor to Widows and Orphan" Muinal Aid So
ciety, organoid Jul? 4th, 1H77, under
the lawa of ISli.
J0I1S n. RORISSON - Preatdent
WM. STKATi' N Vlce-Prtaldent
J. A. GOLdSTINK Treaaurei
C. W. UC vNINO Medical Advli-er
THOMAS LEWIS Sccrelnry
BOARD OF DIRECTOR ron 1st YEAR.
Wm. Btratton, Stratton Bird, v ro-er. Cairn, III.,
J. A. ltoidtine, oltoldKline A Kofenwater, hole
tale and retml dry good;C. W. 1 tt ining. M. I.;
Pre. ltd. Med JJx., for Pnion; Albert Lewla,
eommiaaion merchant; J. H. Kobinaon, connly
Judge an notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and innnrance ant; R. II. Baird, city
treet supervisor; .M. Phillip, carptnter and build
er; Thomaa LewlH, attorney and eucretarv ; K. V.
fierce, attorney t-law, DuQuoin Ill.jK. C. Pace
cathier of 'entennial Bun . Ashlev, 111. j Alhert
Hayden. cashier of Ocorne Conne ly & Co., Spring
Held, I I ; B. M vtunn. attorney-at-law, 166 Kaa
dolph atreet, Chicaco; Hon. Kobt. A. llatcher, attorney-at-law,
Charleston. Mo.; H. Lelghtou,
cashier First National tiauk, Stuart. Iowa.
Manufacturer and Dealer In-
6th Street, between Com'l Ave. mid Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMCN'TTIOX.
Safes Reoalred. All Kinds of Keys M d.
ALL-ID AY BROTHERS.
FLOI'R, GRAIN AND HAV
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Iitrheat Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
TIM'S LITTLE GAME.
How a Valiant Champion was Con
microti by Cupid.
Conrnd Tracy rushed into tlio office
of his friend, lira Oliver, one morning,
and, fimlinn; that gentleman alone,
threw himself in a lounging chair in all
the .tbundon of griff.
"What is the matter now?" said Tim,
ns ho took his friend's hand in his.
"I am the most wretched man in tho
woill, Tim! What a terrihlo misfor
tune it in to be poor!"
' Poor? If 1 had an income equal to
ours 1 would throw aside all these
musty law books, lock my office door,
and never set foot within its precincts
arim I suppose that girl Hattio Mar
tial has been playing the mischief with
you once moie."
"She has refused me absolutely re
fused to bo my wife, after all these
months of encouragement, liut it is
not her fault. She loves me devotedly,
1 know, which makes it all the worse
to Lear. Her uncle, upon whom she is
dependent, says sho has an allowance
of X00 a year for her personal expen
ses, a carriage at her command, and a
palatial mansion to dwell in, and that
he never will consent to her marriage
with a man who cannot support her in
the same style. It is cruel, cruel! And
to think how tho dear girl loves me!"
"llattie is fooling you, Con. She is
a born jilt, and is only anxious to bo
rid of you that sho may spin a web for
"But she kissed me when we parted,
and promised eternal fidelity! Tears
were in her eyes "
"Tears? And did you believe in
them? Why, Con, a woman's tears
are her artillery; they come at her
slightest summons. She can weep
Hoods of them and never feel a heart
jiang. I am a skeptic on the subject
of woman's tears!"
"And yet you were taken aback
when Alilly Norton's eyes were full of
them at the theater the other night!"
"Well, yes; I'll confess to that. I
was afraid she would go off into a fit
of hysteria, as she does sometimes, and
I am morbidly sensitive about a scene;
but as to feeling pity for her " Words
failed Tim with which to express his
contempt. He placed a cigar between
his lips an I leaned back in his chair
with a look of intense disdain upon his
Conrad Tracy was a good fellow, ex
ceedingly handsome, well educated
and possessed of a neat little income
of $2,000 a year. If he had a fault it
was his great susceptibility to women's
charms. He was always in love, ready
to commit suicide for his reigning di
vinity un:il he saw a faco tjhat was
fairer. Thus it was in the present in
stance. A new star arose in the hori
zon of Iielleville, a bright, particular
star, whoso comiscations dazzled tho
eyes of all the younjr men in its vicini
ty, and while a quietus for the brokei. J
heart caused by Miss liattio s deser
tion still stood on a little shelf in Con
Tracy's dressing room in the shape of
a dose of poison, he was kneeling at
the feet of this now enchantress.
She was lovely, this Miss Lucillo
Cameron, and looked for all the world
like a Gainsborough picture. All tlio
gentlemen of the place paid court to
her, but their attentions, after at first
being graciously received, were coldly
discouraged, and it was not long be
fore the fair Lucille had gained tho
reputation of being the most arrant
coquette who had evor deignod to visit
Conrad Tracy was again in trouble,
and a second time sought consolation
from his friend Tim. "I am more
wretched than ever," he said. "Miss
Cameron has showered favors upon
mo; I have dreamed of no one but her.
She accompanied me to the theaters,
permitted me to lead tho german with
her, and smiled upon me when I told
her of my love. Last night, when I
asked her to marry me, she pulled my
boquet to pieces, and, with a sneer
that ill became her handsome face,
told me my income was not sufficient
t. supply her wardrobe, and that al
though sho liked me very much, I
must never speak to her on "the subject
Tim pitied his friend this time, when
ho saw how hard he had been hit, and
determined in his heart to avenge him.
He would seek Miss Cameron's ac
quaintance and gain her affections.
Ha had full confidence in his ability to
win his way to the lady's heart, and he
would leave no strategem untried to
do so. Then ho would reproach her
with her peril ly to his friend, and
A charity ball was to be given that
very evening, iu which all tlie elite of
tho town were deeply interested.
There ho would meet the beautiful
Lucille and begin his work at once.
Tim procured a ticket and dressed
himself for conquest. Ho was very at
tractive when he chose to use his pow
ers of fascination, and throughout tho
crowded rooms there was no one to
compare with him in manly grace and
urbanity. It was seldom that Tim was
seen at an evening entertainment, and
his advent was hailed with joy by all
his acquaintances. Tho excitement
produced by his appearance soon drew
tho attention of Miss Cameron, and, at
her request, ho was brought within tho
charmed circle of her coterie. His ex
ertions to pleaso her wero a grand suc
cess. Tuoy wero partners in the
danco, they promenaded together. Ho
aocompauied hor to the supper table.
In fact ho was by her side tho whole
evening and, at the closo of the enter
tainment, escorted hor to hor oarriage.
They parted with a warm pressure of
tho hand, and an understanding that
they were to see each other the next
Tim was woll pleased with the im
pression ho had made, and did not fall
to follow up his good fortune by call
ing on the lady in tho morning. He
found her so beautiful iu the soft light
of tho drawing-room, bo charmingly
interesting in her merry chat about
tho pleasaut evening they had spent
together, that ho half repented of his
cruel design, and when at his desire
she took up her guitar and sang to him
her plaintivo melody, and tho passion,
tho tenderness she threw into tlio in
strument's low tunes wero too much
for Tim's manly heart to bear. Under
the influence ot strong excitement he
bado Lucille adieu and, when away
from her presence, felt tho full force oi
the danger he hail encountered. "What
wonder is it," he thought, "that poor,
susceptible Con fell under tho spell of
this Circe, when I, so much stronger,
have scarcely escaped her!"
On tho way to his hotel, Tim met
his friend, who cried out to him: "You
had better look out, old fellow! ' It is
dangerous to trillo with edged tools!
I verymuoji fear you will be tho victim
instead-olttho victor in tlie mad gsmo
you aref paying!"
"everi-aMor me!" Tim replied,
aahekisse'd his hand and passed on.
Tim Olwer became Miss Cameron's
shadow, ftid, truth to tell, ho began to
take ro'orJ interest in tho lady than ho
cared to own, even to himself. Lu
cille always welcomed him with her
brightest smiles, and seemed to livo
but in his presence.
Under the trees in tho moonlit park
one evening they had sat down to rest
after a long ranible. Lucillo was pen
sively plucking the loaves from a tlow
er, while Tim was ing with her
"Of what are you thinking, my fair
friend?" he asked, as his eyes rested
npon her beautiful countenance.
"Of my parting from you, dear Mr.
Oliver. I grieve to think that fearful
time will Le hero to-morrow!"
"Will you regret me?"
"Regret you! Rather ask mo how I
shall endure existence without you!"
Tim took her hand, pressed it to his
lips, and for a moment retained it in a
lingoring grasp; then ho cast it from
him as he exclaimed:
"Why. what a scene wo are having
here! What a pity such good acting
should be lost! Can we not manago to
have a public performance?"
As soon as this cruel speech was
spoken Tim felt like a criminal. Ho
glanced up, expecting to be annihilat
ed with lightning from her eyes, to
hear her utter bitter words and re
proach him with his baseness, but, in
stead of that, sho looked him full in
the face, and in the moonlight he saw
tears gather in her eyes. Slowly they
gathered there, and she did not wipe
them away, but let them fall one bv
one. The light in her brilliant eyes
softened. She gazed reproachfully at
Tim, and he well, he foil at her feet,
implored her forgiveness, told her he
loved her, and in another moment was
kissing her tears away and calling her
his own, for sho had promised to bo
r'lk .". ' '
Y3iUi:z tho stores for the sake of
provisioning the craft, the principal
business oi iort Myers was at once dis
cernible from the array of saddles and
bridles exhibited. Around this point,
and from many a prairie and junglo in
the neighborhood, cattlo aro brought
in for shipment to Punta Rassa, to be
sent from thence to Key West and
Cuba. A good many gaunt lads,
lounging around in high boots, with
jingling spurs, showed the peculiar!-,
ties of their calling, for they were the
owboys of this region. I doubt
whether the cowboy of the west is re
cruited entirely from tho country
where ho herds or drives his cattle, but
the Floridian cowboy is indigenous to
the soil. Hard work and plenty of it,
at times with poor food; a debilitating
climate and many mosquitoes have
made them lleshless. Driving cattlo
in tho west is certainly no eluM's plav,
but in this portion of 'Florida the task
must be a particularly dilhVult one
from the nature of the country. To
scamper at full speed across the coun
try in quest of a "lmn'-h" of cattle
must endanger their necks. Through
the palmetto cabbages, through tho
thick tangle of vines, across the boggy
flats, driving into tho pine thickets.lho
soil burrowed by gophers, the cattle
hunter spurs his horse. Perhaps it is
tho mount which ought to be pitied as
much as any of the animals, the horse,
the boy, or the bull. Western horses
barely stand Hie hard work, and aro
used up in a season. Anything like a
high-legged animal comes to grief in
very short order. The horse wanted
for tho work is the small, scrubby ani
mal born and bred in Florida. Ho
seems to bo capable of withstanding
any amount of hard service. Certainh"
tho Florida cattlo of this section a'ro
the poorest specimens of tho bovino
race known. They present, save about
their legs, few traces of merit. Having
not much weight to carry, their speed
is, for a Rhort burst, enough to blow a
horse. "Fancy cattlo whoso live weight
will average 3o0 pounds! -Fort .1yeri,
(FUi.) Cor. X T. World.
"Lost in Wall Street."
lie was Treasurer of a county in
Indiana. Tho other night about 1)
o'clock ho made a call at the house of
an honest old farmer, who was on his
bond for 10,000, nn.l alter tho first
greetings wero over ho began:
"Mr. Thomas, I have some bad news
"Great Scott! but arc any of my re
lashuns over in Indianapolis dead?"
"I don't know about that; but vou
remember that you signed my boud?"
"Yes, I did."
"I am sorry to inform you that I am
$14,000 short in my account."
"Alas! it Is truo."
"And whore did tho money go to?"
"Lost in Wall street."
"Oh! that's it. - Well, I wouldn't
worry over that. My son Dill will
tako tho lantern and go back to town
with yon, and if you'll show him Wall
street he'll find tho money If it takes
him all uiglit. Probably lost it out ot
a hole in your pocket, eh?" '
W. V. I.Aimmw, rtrer editor of Tni rtm.i.tTiw
and steamboat passenger atnt. Ordera for all
ktndsof steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's Kuropeau Hotel. No. 't Ohio levee.
STAOE9 OP TUB KIVKR.
The river nmrked by the gauge at this
port at C p. m. 37 feet 10 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, April 33. River 15 feet 1
inch and rising.
Cincinnati, April 21. River 23 feet 2
inches and rising.
Louisville, April 23. River 9 fuct
3 inches and fulling.
Nashville, April 23-River 15 ft 9 inches
Pittsburg, April 23. River 3 feet 8 in
ches and fitl ling.
St Louis, April 23 River 27 ft 7 inch
es and rising.
It is said the indebtedness of the Golden
Crown will amount to at least $30,000.
Tho Anchor line packet Belle Memphis
passed down last night for Vicksburg. She
had a good trip.
Tho City of Providence leaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg, and is due
here to-morrow night.
The City ef New Orleans arrived here
last evening. She had a good trip and
left here last night flat in the water.
The Hudson from Sliawneetown is due
this evening for St. Louis. Get your tick
ets from Passenger Agent Lumbdin.
The people's favoritf the Mary Houston
on her way to New Orleans will report
here to-morrow night or Monday morning.
The U. P. Schenck wires that she will
arrive here this morning for Cincinnati.
She is first-class and will lake you through
in good style.
The fine steamer Ohio from Cincinnati is
due here this evening fur Memphis. Pass
enger Agent Lambdin will furnish tickets
at low rates.
That rattling big towboat Joe Williams
passed here yesterday evening with an im
mense tow of coal for New Orleans She
had 34 bo its aggravating 700,000 bushels
Rcmeruber the excursion rate from Cairo
to Cincinnati and return will be open on
the 1st of May, and $t2 secures a ticket
good fur any boat of the Cincinnati &
Memphis Packet Line.
The Thos. Sherlock received about 300
tons here and left at 5 a. m.yestetday. Sho
was needing about 300 tons more to fill out
and her prospects below were good for a
full trip to New Orleans.
All of the Ohio line of boats going south
are laying in sufficient supplies of coal to
run tbem to New Orleans and back on ac
count of high rates in tho South. They
claim it is the best freight they can carry.
C. M. M. Deem, of the Ohio, was pre
sented witli a handsome and valuablo
p unting, elegantly framed, by tho head
officials of the Cincinnati & Memphis Pack
ct Co. at Cincinnati, Wednesday, just before
the boat Jeft for valuable services.
The Buckeye State from Memphis, one
of the fastest boats that lands at the Cairo
wharf, will arrive here Sunday morning
early on her way to Cincinnati. She sup
ports a splendid string band for the amuse
ment of her guests. If you desire a pleas
ant trip, tako the State and Capt. John
Thornburg will see that you are well cared
for. Passenger Agent Lambdin will sell
tickets at low rates.
Herbert Spencer says, that a man's con
versation Is a sure index to his mental ca
pacity ; we therefore account for the num
ctous fluttering commendations made bj
our most learned men of the merits of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
The riiruso "Bettor Klp-mont."
The term "belter clement," says
tho Boston 11, rn'il, has no relation "to
partisan politics or to any classification
of men based upon wealth, education
or social position. A voter belongs to
the "better element," no matter with
which party ho acts or what may bo
his station in life, who has an intelli
gent interest in good government and
who discharges conscientiously all his
duties as a citizen. A man belongs to
tho "worser element," again, without
respect to his party affiliations, his
property or his rank, who has a selfish
or dishonest interest in his government
or who seeks to mislead or defraud tho
voters in the election.
Some of tho wealthiest men aro
among tho worst citizens. They either
shirk their political duties altogether
and thus prove themselves undeserving
of their birthright of freedom and self
sovereignty or they uso their money
and their talents to corrupt and mis
lead voters for selfish or partisan ends.
Somo of tho poorest men thoso who
depend upon their daily toil for their
daily bread and havo a scant supply of
even tho necessaries of life aro among
tho best t itiz. ns, for they vote stead
fastly on the sitlo of honest and eco
nomic government for tho best men,
without regard to party, and often at a
snorilico of timo which they can ill
afford to mako.
Mr. E. A. Buck, editor and publisher of
"The Spirit ot tho Times," New York,
N. Y., states : "I have used St. Jacob Oil,
th) great onqueror of pain, repeatedly,
with satisfactory results."
. For 8ale cheap, at corner 17th and Wash
mgton Ave., next building above the Post
office. Ten rooms in Wiuter's Block for rent,
furnished or unfurnished, conducted bv
Mrs. M. Thelps. 3t
will pleaee take notice that all pergonal
taxes must be naid on or hnfnra thn first-
day of May. If not paid, the interest will
cuargea witn cost oi coiiec-ting the taxei.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Having established myself in the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and 12th street, I
respectfully invite all who are in need of
anything in my line to give me a call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot coffins, metal
caskets,. &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing and cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. 9-lm Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bolletkv office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general de
bility, disordered blood, weak constitution,
headache, or any disease of a bilious na
ture, by all means procure a bottle of Elec
tric Bitters. You will be surprised to see
the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and hencelorth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. C
HucKten's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts.
Uruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ie guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
33 cents per box. trot sale by Barclay
A Great Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. Ia., says:
"My wife has been scriouslypffected with
a cough for twenty-five years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
had used many remedies without relief, and
being urged to try Dr. King's New Dis
covery, did so, with most gratifying results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
the second bottle has absolutely cured her.
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles free at Barclays Bros' drug
store. Large size $1.00. 6
Emory. Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
w ith the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents, m
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. of Marshall. Mioh .
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and yonng, afflict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
From Dearth's Door.
M. M. Devereaux, of Ionia, Mich., was a
sight to behold. He says: "I had no ac
tion of the Kidneys and" suffered terribly.
My legs were as big as my body and my
body as big as a barrcll. Tho doctors gave
me up. Finally I tried Kidney-Wort. In
four or five dava a chantre came, in e'whi or
ten days I was on my feet, and now I am
completely curcci. it was certainly a mi
racle." All druggists keep Kidney-Wort
which is put up both in liquid and dry
Photographs, engravings, etc., can be ex
quisitely colored with liquid art colors
ma le from Diamond Dyes. Full direc
tions for this beautiful art work, with a
handsome colored cabinet photo sent to
any address for 10 cents.
WELLS & RICHARDSON CO.,
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and h'-.ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
Htiirrhniu rooiilfttea tho fltnmnr-h nnrl hin?
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces lnnammation, ana gives tone and
nenrv tl) til (I whole svstem Mrs Win..
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is nleasant to the taste, and in thn
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tion of one of tho oldest and twat. f..maU
nurses and nlivsiciana in tho TTnirarl rif.t.
and is for Sale bv all drno-trtata thrmmlinn
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Blessed be the man who invented sleep,
and blessed be he who discovered Athlop
horous, for the roan or woman afflicted with
rheumatism or neuralgia, would be usable
to enjoy the benefits of sleep were it not for
the aid of this great specific remedy. Mr.
C. S. Starr, of 28 State 8t New London,
Conn,, writes of a friend of his, for years a
R&fferer from rheumatiem, who, aftor taking
one dose of Athlophorous, with remark tble
results, repeated it at bed-time, and was
able to rtst all night long. This be had
net been able to do for years.