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THE DAILY CAIRO:,' BULLETIN.
CAIKO, ILL., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 1881.
Q.EORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OFt'ICii On 14lh street, opposite the Tout
office, Cairo, 111.
J)U. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VA.POH, KLKOTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATKD
A lady In attendance.
JJK. 1C VV. WH1TLOCK,
0riu No. m Commercial Avonou, betweea
mM'i and Mi,th struts
rpiEMTY NATIONAL BANK.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
TIIOS W. II.VI.T.IDAV
JJNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Commercial Avenue aud Eighth Street
V. BROSH, Presidcut. I P. y.rr, VlcePres'nt
H. WKLL.S, Cashier. T. J. Kerlb, Aao'l casn
V. Bros.... Ca'ro I William Kute. .Csiro
Peter Neff I William Wolf.... "
CM Osterlob " ICO. Patter "
E.A. Buder " I H. Wells '
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BCSISKSS DUNK.
Exchange fold and bouchl. Interest pal l :i
the Savings Department. Collections mailt' snr!
all business promptly attended ic.
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The Ecgnlar Cairo & TaducaL Daily
Stt GUS FOWLER.
IIENRY E. TAYLOR. Master.
UEORGE JOBEa, Clerk.
Leaves Pdacah forCilro daily (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m ., and Monnd Cltv at 1 p. m. Hemm
ing, leaves Cairo at 4 p.m.; Mound CltvatS p.m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo TJ. S. Mail
Tor Padncah, Sraithland, Dyersbnrg, Kddyvllie.
Cantou, Dover, Clarksvllle and Nashville,
H S. RHEA.
J. S. TYNKIt Maiter,
UKO. JOBES Clera.
Leaves every Monday morning at 10 o'clock a.m.
am W. H. CHERRY.
WM. BTRONO Master.
FELIX URASTY.....M ...........Clerk.
L avcievoryFr'daT morning at 10 o'clock, mak
ing close connections at Nashville with tbe L. A
NIK. K. and N. K. K. for all point south,
with the Upper Cumberland Packet Co., for alt
points for the Upper Cumberland. For freight or
passage, epp'y on board or to W. F. Lambdin,
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 8th St., Cairo, 111.
UQood Stock and Price Raionable.d
OOK OF MARTYRS"
contains many fright.
iui mows oi most ago
nizinic Buffering. But
nolLlne. either In Btorr
or picture, can be ninre eUHtreeHful than the
blmi'P, Huvt-ro, Hiiootln palnn dally and nightly
endured by tliobe who urn martynt to that most
terrible torment. Neuralgia. 1 o get rid of this
luariy rdoiu la the umi uuaiuess of all wbo bullor.
ATHLOPHOROfi ropenerates painful nerves,
and drlTea out tbe borrora of Neuralgia.
ATiii.orrrortos gives health to Rheumatic
Biiffcrers whom tho most sklllXul pbyslelaw
liavo not been ablo to JieaL
ATiii-onronos operates on tho blood, mtis
rles, and Joints ; ana dissolving tho nelds tlwt
eauso KUeumatlsin, rcnioves them from tho
ATHLorrronos Is pronounced by all who
bavo tried It an Infallible Bpccltlc for tbwe
obntlnate and painful diseases.
Read the testimony of one of the
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Benner Co., Iowa, writes:
" I am past 71 years of aire, have had the Rheumatism
three yearn aud eitfht mouths; lost one-third of niy
weight; could not walk, but abuIHod alonir on
crutches; could not sleep; nerves shattered, so
strength in my bauds, wrists, knees or feet But
thaukabetoGod for your sreat discovery! The mid.
letue arrived Haturday nyfbt I Uxik a doso Huuuay
moruinK, felt it all over me, and kept on with it,
Monday morninir I irot up and dressed myself, aud
walked out iuto the kih hen without the aid of cruU a
or cane, and v. thesi all a happy New Year. I rest
well niifhU, am training to strentrth, and once more
enjoy hfe. Wish I could put Athlophoiios In the
Laud of every sufferer from this terrible disease."
If yon cannot (ret ATHLOrnonosof rourdrupiriKt,
we will send it express paid, on receipt of regular
price one dollar ir bottle. We prefer that you buy
It from your dnuiriBt, but if be hasn't it, do not 1
iwrsuadi'd to try something elic, but order at once
from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
uuiHnnmimii n. tiiMiiiiinmiii
Analysis by Pr. A. Voflrkor, F. It R., Con
R'lltlritr ( lieinlst Royal Agricultural Society,
KnliUjd. shows otilv a trice of nltraws In
Mackwell s Bull Durham Tobacco. The soil
of the (iolden lkdtof North Carollua, In which
tnu tobacco Is grown, don't supply nitrates to
the leaf. That Is the secret of Its delicious
mlldnes.1 Nothing so pure and luxurious for
smoking, porn forget the brand. Nonegen
ulne without tho trade-murk, of the UulL AU
dealers have It.
vnicn feline concerts
betti solace is found in
Blarkictll't Hfil I'ur.
ham Snukiny Tutacco.
- I m inviifri i to
" ! BULL - !
- t I DURHAM H
" - i SMOKING St.
" . j TOBACCO j fi
Mmmm. a -
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Mutual life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under tie
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widows and Orphans Mntnsl Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, H77, under
tbe laws of ISii.
JOHN H. ROBINSON.
WM. STRATI1 N
J. A. GOLdSTINK....
C. W. DU.NNIM
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Win. Strntton, Stratton 4 Bird, ero-.ers, Cairo, 111.,
J. A. Ooidstine, oflioldstine & Rosenwater, whole
sale and retail arv good;C. W. Lannlng.M. D.;
Pre, lid. Med ftx., for pensions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant; J. H. Robinson, connly
Judge ami notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and insurance aeont; R. II. Balrd, city
street supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney aud secretary; E. V.
P:crce,attorney-at-law, DuQuoin 111. ; K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Ban, Ashley, ill.; Albert
Harden, cashier of George Connelly A Co., Spring
field, 1.1 ; B. M vlunn. attorney-at-law, 186 Ran
dolph street, Chicago; lion. Robt. A. Hatcher, Attorney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Lelghton,
cashier First National Bank, Stuart. Iowa.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Street, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OF AMUNTTIOX.
Safes Keaalred. All Kinds ol Keys M de.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Hitrfaftst Cosh Price Paid for Wheat.
jfV) bMiaohu'eia found in '
lfY Ularlnttifi Hull lur. II Z
ham Smoking Tjlato.
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A French Iovo Story.
Her beauty was an intoxication to tho
eye. Sho was 24. She- answered to
tho sweet namo of Amelia.
For myself, I was simple, nnd credu
lous, and romantic. Happy times, that
never return. 1 loved her as one loves
but onee or twice or thrice- at most.
When I pronounced that namo thero
wcro a frand concert in inv heart and
a symphony on my lips. My Amelia!
I met her tirst in a ear. Yes, sho was
alone with me, and her pantomime of
delicious timidity made mo risk somo
phrases of insinuating politeness. Hy
the time other passengers arrived I had
arrived at permission to call.
But why arouse theso poignant mem
ories? My friends, pour me a little of
I will spare you trilling details. We
adored each other for three weeks. I
will tell you neither of her charms nor
of her goodness. The enumeration
would fill pages. Only among all thoso
attractions was one fatal gift which
fascinatod, iDtoxicatod, transported mo
her hair! Such hair. All blonde di
vinities could givo you but an insufli
But why arouso these poignant mem
ories? My friends, pour mo a little of
When ono passed his hand over the
silken tresses there was the seasation
of satin combined with that of velvet,
with the addition of an electric thrill.
As to tho color, Delacroix, in his best
days, would have broken his pallet in
spite. The hairs of that dear head did
not cease to run in mine.
One day, after long hesitating to risk
such a bold request, I stammered:
"Dearest, I 1 am afraid you may bo
offended at what I desire."
"Offended? If 1 can please you, you
know very well 1 am ready to do as
"jly dearest, you havo tho hair ol
tho Sultan's favorite."
"You know I detest compliments."
"That does not keep you from valu
ing that head of hair.
'Tor your sake to please you."
'Tor me then you will not refuse
"To let me cut off a lock of it!"
But why arouse these poignant mem.
orios? My friends, pour me a little of
the Chambertin. I waited breathlessly
for her answer. I tremblod lest she
But she sruiied lovingly upon mo and
said: "Behold, then, that sacrifice so
formidable! What a boy, to believe I
love him too little to accord him such
a slight proof of love. Yes, Mr. Doubt
er, you shall have tho lock, and what
is more, I will take it myself and have
it made into a monogram our initials
"Are you satisfied? Iagrate!"
"Am 1 satis tied! but when "
"Tomorrow morning not to take
down iuv hair at this moment I will
cut the lock off with my own hand."
"Yes, darling yes, my adored one
only tell tho jeweler to hurry.
"Bo easy. "
I was radiant. My heart leaped for
joy. That night it was tho best I
could do I sent Amelia a pair of dia
But why arouse these poignant mem
ories? My friends, pour me a littlo
Three days passed. A century! Each
morning I hoped to find at Amelia's
house the promised treasure. At last,
the fourth day, as I entered:
"Sit down there, sir."
"Behold mu obey, my beauty!"
"It is done,"
"I make you Chevalier of Love and 1
pass around your neck the badge of
"My locket with tho hair! It is ad
mirable! How the hair is interwoveuj
it is only your silky ringlets tUatt would
be flexible enough for such curves. And
that shade, that I should recognize
among 100,000 what do I say? Thero
do not exist two liko that on tho sur
face of tho civilized globe!"
"Then you are contented?"
"I am in Paradise!"
That night I had to make ber somo
return I sent Amelia a iino Indian
But why arouse these poignant mem
ories? My friends, pour me a little of
There aro moments in life when one
does not understand why the heart
does not burst. I experienced such a
moment. I had gone home with my
precious love token. And what had
increased its value a hundredfold sho
had sworn to me that 1 was the first
living being to whom she had given
such a present. I was sealed by the
lire alone, but not lonely, since the
locket recalled her. I turned and re
turned that talisman. I covered it
with burning kisses. I could not get
enough of that speechless contempla
tion. A whole world of thoughts wero
awakened by looking upon it. I re
viewed tho past from our meeting in
tho car. I peeped into the future
fidelity for life love unalterable.
But why arouse these poignant mem
oriesP My friend, pour mo a little ab
sinthe. A few days later she was ill. A slight
indisposition, but love fears everything.
Without saying anything I took tho
precious locket and weut to a clair
voyant "Madame, I came to consult you
about the health of a person who is
dear to me."
Tho clairvoyant took tho locket, folt
of it, and angrily exclaimed: "You
amuse yourself, sir. That lock of hair
came from a dealer in rabbit-skins. It
was in a lot bought by an artist in hair,
who cut up thoso sort of things for tho
love-tokens given by certain women."
I muttered an oath and took flight.
But why arouse these poignant mem
ories? My friends;, pour me plenty of
Dictating a Loiter.
"Now, my dear," said Mr. Spoopen
dyke, when his wifo had propped him
up in bed and stuffed somo extra
pillows under his shoulders; "now, mv
doar, take your pen and ink and I will
dictate a letter to Specklewottlo. If
you will play amanuensis I don't see
why I can't bo sick just as well as
Mrs. Spoopendyko puttered around
and arranged her writing materials.
"Shall I write on a card with a gilt
edge, or shall I tako note paper?" alio
"You'd better use. paper," said Mr.
Spoopendjko severely. "When I want
to convey my ideas on a shinglo, I will
carve 'em in with a knife. Now get
ready, for I am goinr to start, and
don't you Interrupt me or you will put
All ready, dear," murmured Mrs.
Spoopendyke, dipping her pen into tho
ink and contemplating her husband
"Mr. Peter B. Soccklewottle," com
menced Mr. Spoopendyko.
"Is his middle natuo 'B?' " asked
Mrs. Spoopendyke, resting her album
on the table, her head on her hand and
testing her pen on the blotter. "1 don't
think I like his namo anyhow, Peter
"If any other name occurs to you,
put it in," observed Mr. Spoopendyke,
with a growl. "You don't need to havo
a man's name risht in a letter. Put in
anything aud hurry up, will you? Go
ing to keep mo in suspense all day who
this letter is going to?"
Mrs. Spoopendyko plunged into her
work and wrote hurriedly for a mo
ment, "Now I've got him in, dear."
"Got who iu? Anybody I know?
Am I dictating a private letter to a
stranger? Got somo particular friend
you waut this note to go to unbeknown
tome? Who's in there? I'm going to
know who's at the top before I put my
namo at the bottom.
"Why, Mr.Specklewottlo.of course,"
said she, looking at him with wide-open
eyes. "That's what you said. Now
go on with tho rest,"
"Have you got the date and 'dear sir'
in, too," asked Mr. Spoopendyke, peev
ishly, for he was trying to think how
he should start his letter.
"No, dear, you didn't say anything
about those," replied his wife. "You
only said the name. But I'll put the
Will, will ye?"croakod Mr. Spoop
endyke. "Sticking on a great deal of
credit to yourself for your kindness to
the sick, ain't ye? Willing to yield
your own preferences in favor of your
suffering husband? Well, you can't
fool mo that much. Don't put 'em in;
"But I've got 'em in," pleaded Mrs.
"Then strike 'em out," roared her
husband. "S'pose I'm going to let
you put those things in and throw 'em
up in my face from the moment I get
well until the dav I die. Scratch 'em
out I tell ye; I don't propose to have
my lifo made miserable by reminders
of your kindness when I was fishing
around tn the grave with one leg. JNow
what have you got?"
"Peter B. Specklewottlo," said Mrs.
Spoopondyke, mentally satisfied that
there could be no mistake about that.
"Anything to show whether he's a
man or a woman?" demanded Mr:
Spoopendyke. "Any 'Mr.' or 'Esq.'
hanging to it anywhere?"
"Certainly," replied Mrs. Spoopen
dyke, "It says 'Mr. Peter B. Speckle
wottle.' That's the way you told me
to write it, didn't you? Now go on
with the letter."
"Then nut: 'I am dying, and I wish
you ' "
"Great gracious!" ejaculated Mrs.
Spoopendyke, dropping her pen. "You
are not dying, dear; vou don't want
the man to think that!''
"Why not?" squealed Mr. Spoopon
dyke. "S'pose a man is going four
teen blocks out of tho way to get tho
mail for a man who only "has a cold in
his head? You put it that I'm dying
or I'll drop into that corner and write
the whole letter with one application
of the inkstand!"
"Go on, dear," cooed Mrs. Spoopen
dyke, I'l'vegot it so; only ho may
think it strange that a dying man
should write to him."
"Then sav, 'I want you to get mv
mail from tho cilice, nnd tell them I
will bo over in a dav or two.' Got
"Yes," sriggled Mrs. Spoopendyke.
"What'ro you laughing at?" howled
Mr. Spoopendyke, on whom the incon
gruities of his letter had begun to
dawn. "What haveyou got that measly
mouth of yours stretched out liko a
dodgasted grave yard for? Think I'm
dictating a comie almanac? (Jot a no
tion that this letter is somo kind of a
rebus? Well, it ain't; and it ain't a
minstrel entertainment with a funny
man at each end! What are you laugh
ing at? Anybody iu the country
know?" 3 J
"I wasn't laughing, dear," murmur
ed Mrs. Spoopendyke, with a marvel
ously straight face. "I was only sym
pathizing vvilh you."
"Was, eh?" grunted Mr. Spoopen
dyko. "Well, when it takes the form
of a visage liko you screwed up a min
ute ago 1 want to be hung iustead of
being sympathized with. Another timo
you open your mouth like that I'm
going to put seats iu it and start a
And cogitating on tho vast improve
ments iu Ids wife's anatomy, Mr. Spoop
endyke, forgetting all about his letter,
rolled over and went to sleep. Stanley
IIu n Hey.
The gravo of the celebrated Kit Car
son is at Taos, N. M and tho Grand
Army posts of that territory aro about
to tako steps to erect a suitable monu
ment to his memory. A son of the old
mountaineer is in the employ of ex
Son a tor Dorsey on Ids cattle rancho.
W. F. Lambdim, river editor ol Ni Hum.itui
1 it steamhnju tn......... ....... .... . . .
- I-...,,, vrruurs lur ail
ktndsof steamboat Job printing solicited. OfBca
at Bowor l Karooean Hotel. No. 7. Ohin
TA0E8 OF THE RIVER.
The rivor marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. m. 30 feet 0 inches and fall
Chattanooga, April 28. River 12 feet 1
inch and falling.
Cincinnati, April 28. River 20 feet 4
inches aud falling.
Louisville, April 28. River 10 feet
5 inches and rising.
Nashville.April 28. River 20 ft 7 inches
Pittsburg, April 28. River 4 feet 10 in
ches and rising.
St Louis, April 28. River 22 ft 7 inch
es and fallin".
Tho Mary Houston arrived here Sunday
night 0 o'clock. She required about 500
tons to fill out, but only got 350, departed
for New Orleans at 7 a. m.
The Chas. Morgan arrived here at 4:30
last evening, left Cincinnati Sunday morn
ing at 8 o'clock and made a remarkable
tun, just thirty-two hours and thirty min
utes, running five hundred and fifty miles.
She looked almost good as new and was
thoroughly pa'nted from the water line of
the hull to the top of the pilot-house. She
dida't tie a line, run out a plank for lur
pilots and departed for St. Louis.
The Miunetonka arrived here with 8
barges oi rock for the Illinois Central R.R.
to be put on the levee he-ie.
The City of Vicksburg from New Orleini
had a fine trip, left here at 11 a. ni. yester
day. Prei Byrnes, after a short trip to Paducah,
returned to Cairo via Fowler yesterday.
The Ohio leaves Memphis this evening
for Cincinnati. Sho is due here at daylight
The flug-ship is coming and the people
call her the Jas. W. Gaff. She is due from
Cincinnati to-night. Call on W. P. Lamb-
din and get low rates for Memphis and
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville came in
yesterday morning at 7 o'clock. She bad
a light trip, departed at 9 a. m. for the
The Buckeye State for Cincinnati and
City of Providence for VickBburg, also the
Dextet from Evansville and return were
the list of arrivals here Sunday.
The R. R. Springer from New Orleans
passed up for Cincinnati last night. She
bad a fair up stream trip and a large
crowd of passengers.
The Guiding Star left New Orleans last
Saturday night and is good for Cairo
Jumbo is ceming and Capt. Wash
Thompson is iu command. She has an ex
cursion party of ladies and gentleman from
Pittsburg who are making the reund trip.
Jumbo will arrive here to-morrow night on
her way to New Orleans.
The ferryboat Three States will go on the
Ways for repairs this week and the little
Greenfield ferry Golconda, will fill the
place of the Three States to the best of her
Tho towboat Henry Lourey from New
Orleans arrived here at 8 o'clock last
night and leaves this morning for St.
The Arkansas City from Vicksburg pass
ed up for St. Louis. She had a big passen
ger trip, a great many deckers got off here.
The City of Cairo leaves St. Louis for
Vicksburg to-morrow at 5 p. m.
The City f Baton Rouge leaves St.
Louis to-morrow evening for New Orleans.
"How to Make) Home Happy."
Ho was a book agent. Ho rung a
door-bell, aud a woman who had been
sweeping opened tho door so suddonly
that iio fell off tho step and nearly lost
his equilibrium. But he was a book
agent, aud he recovered his momentum
and said fluently:
"I am agent for tho most celebrated
book ever offered to tho public sineo
Uncle Tom's Cabin was written, and
filled with useful hints of things that
cannot bo found outside tho covers of
any other book, and with recipes for
cooking and family prayers, aud how
to keep moths out of furs, and somo
lino poems by well known and popular
writers, and you can givo mo your or
dor to-day and needn't pay for it till
next June, or on tho installment ylan,
whiuh is cheaper than going without,
and the name of it is 'Three Million
Hints, or Inquire Within How to Mako
"Oh, yes, said tho woman, smiling
sweetly, " 'How to Mako Homo Happy,
I have ono already," and sho looked at
tho broom in her hand with dreamy
Ho fell off tho doorstep again, and
this timo ho didn't recover till thero
was a block between them. .Detroit
Tho Bank of England has a floating
balance of f 100,000,000, and tho bank
notes, if stretched together end to end,
would reach a distance of 12,520 milos.
The Egyptian war will use up a fev
miles of this money.
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I or sale cheap, at corner 17th and Wish
office11 AvCl next building above the Post-
will pleaso take notice that all personal
taxes must be raid on or hslnm th .i
day of May. If not naid. tha Interwt .;u
be charged with cost of collecting the taxei.
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Undertaking Establishment. !
Having established myself In the Under
taking business in Cairo on Commercial
Avenue, between 11th and ISth srrRAt. T
respectfully invite all. who are in need of
atiytuing in my line to give me a call. I
keep in stock all kinds ot wiffina. mtal
caskets, &c, also all kinds of furniture,
repairing ana cabinet work done. Prices
reasonable. 91m Jacob Fleck.
Legal Blanks Kept Tor Sale
at Toe Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, Ac. :
An Answer Wanted.
Cau any ono brina us a case ef Kidnev
or Liver complaint that Electric Bitters
will not speedily cure? We say they can
not, as thousands of cases already perma
nently cured and who are daily recommend
ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright's
disease, diabetos, weakbacr-, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. They purify tho
blood, regulate the bowels, and act direct
ly on tbe diseased parts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For sale at 50c. a bottle by Barclay
bnckien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction , or money refunded . Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to all.
J. A. Tawncv. Esa.. a leadincr attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
ior more man three years, 1 take great
pleasure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery lor consumption, as the
best remedy in the world for coughs and
colds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves me pain in the chest."
Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
throat and lung diseases may be bad free
at Barclay Bres' drug store. Large size,
Ladies should use a Hop Plaster over
the small of the back, as it cures all pains
and aches. 25 cts. at any drugstore. All
ready to apply. (8)
Insurance is a good thing whether an-
plied to life or property. No less a bless
ing is anything that insures good health.
luuney-wort aoes this. It is natures great
remedy. It is a mild but efficient cathar
tic, aud acting at the same time on the
liver, kidneys and bowles, it relieves all
these organs and enables them to perform
their duties perfectly. It has wonderful
power. See advt.
Outward applications of so-called reme
dies must prove worthless with disease of
the blood, and it is now universally admit
ted that neuralgia and rheumatism are
diseases of this character. Athlophoros
Strikes at the root of rhnnmatin anil naiiml.
gic troubles, by correcting an unhealthy
condition of the blooi. Rtv. Charles E.
Harris, pastor of St. Johns St. M. E
Church, New Haven, Conn., testifies to the
valuable nilalitvnf thin mpflicir.n Vta mi
cured of a severe case of acute rheumatism
by ene bottle of the new and powerful spe
cific. A Fair Ofler.
The Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
offer to send Dr, Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men. old or vounrr. afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
ce advertisement in this paper. 2
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at nieht and Vrken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying wun pain ot cutting teethf 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 Bufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrluea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
IAS. B. BMITU.
earn a. surra.
Grand Central Store.
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