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CAIRO, ILL., WEDNESDAY MORNING,' 3fAY U,
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The Dai Bulletin.
A SOCIAL SENSATION.
A Prominent Politician and Ilia
Mistress Arrested by
An Exciting Scene on the Public Sheets
The Detectives in Danger From
They Finally Persuade Their Fair Captive
to Accompany Them Before
Piiii..uki.imiia, P.v., May 13. Iilako
Walter, ex-cushler of the State Treasury
anil one of the. most prominent Demo
cratic politicians hi Pennsylvania, was
arrested to-day on complaint of hid wife,
charged with inildelity. The co-respondent
lu the case, a. Miss Williams, was
arrested on tho same warrant by private
detectives while driving In Walters' car
riage. The arrest caused a sensation on
the street. The carriage was stopped by
"I have a warrant for your arrest,"
t-aitJ oue of the detectives in a low tone
to Miss Williams, "and the best thitiLr
you can do is to go along with me
"(Jet in a car and nobody will know
anything about it," said tho other man.
But the woman was obstinate aud ex
cited. "f won't go," she shrieked. "You
have no right to arrest me. Let me fro!
Let me eo, you villains." I!y this lime a
crowd of 5uo people had (fathered on the
corner, and a great many ladies expressed
the opinion that the whole proceeding
was an outrage Several chivalrous gen
tlemen were disposed to
AVKMii: T1IK INSCI.T,
and would probably have done so had
not a third man, w ho was staudiug at the
horse's head, exhibited a legally executed
warrant, calling for the urrest of one
Clara Williams on the charge of having
alienated the affections of J. lilake
Walters from his wife. After a stormy
discussion the woman at last consented
to re-enter the cab, aud was driven to the
Magistrate's ofllee. A hearing was post
poned until to-morrow. The arrest of
Miss Williams followed that of Mr.
Walters, which took place earlier in the
day. lie submitted quietly aud avoided
a scandal by going to the Magistrate's
ofllee and entering buil fur an ap
pearance wheu called for. lie hits been
identified with large mining interests in
AriiWiia aud Colorado for the last four or
five years, aud is worth probably Su'Oo,
O'tO. The cae is curiously entangled,
and it is said that should it reach court,
developments will be made which will
Implicate one of Mr. Walters' former
friends as having caused the arrest from
motives of revenue.
PHILLIPS KUKN AND YANCEY.
A Tandem Baca for Confrrecs, With th
Judg-a in the Lead and O.d 450
Bringing Up the Rear.
Hn.LSHOKt), I i.i.., May 13. The Congres
sional light in this, the Seventeenth Dis
trict, which is largely Democratic, Is con
fined to that parly. There are three candi
dates iu the field, Judge Jesse J. Phillips,
A this county, of Kmma Bond trial fame;
Hon. John H. Kden, of Moultrie
County, and A. X. Yaucey, of Macou
pin, familiarly known as the "Infant of
Macoupin" on account of his 430 pounds
avoirdupois. These caudidate are now
iu KlthugliAin County, where It is con
ceded the seat of war lies. Judse Phillips
spoke every night last week and has ap
pointments made for all this week.
It is generally conceded now that he
stands the best show for the nomination,
with Kden lighting like a Turk at his
heels and Yancey bringing up tlie rear.
It i also undei stood that if Yancey sees
he has no show he will throw his " influ
ence to Phillips. The Kilingham County
Convention meets the 17th, and one of
the warmest times ever experienced iu
that county is expected. Should Kden
obtain a majority iu that convention he
will be nominated on the llrst ballot,
though every effort is being made to pre
vent him from doing so. The Congres
sional Convention meets in Lltchlleld
July 15, which is considered favorable to
Phillips as owing to his judicial duties he
has less time for canvassing than his op
ponents. SELECTING A .IUKV,
Interest in the Watcher Murder Trial
Ilin.siioui), Ii.i.., May 13. The work
of selecting a jury in the case of Webster
Walcher, charged with the murder of
Stephen Sturgeon at a spelling-school on
the evening of January 10, was begun
yesterday, and at noon to-day only eight
jurors had been obtained. The case
excites great interest lu the couu
ty, owing to the youth and re
spectability of the defendant, who is only
nineteen, aud the son of a minister. The
young men were rivals for the affections
of a girl, aud a qnarrel arose, wheu
Walcher drew a revolver and shot Stur
geon dead. Governor Palmer, of Spring
field, aud lion. J. M. Truitt and Geo. L.
.ink, of the local bar, are defending,
while Geo. M. Stevens, of Nokomis, as
sists State's Attorney Amos Miller. About
ninety witnesses have been subpa'ned,
and the trial promises to be Interesting.
MAILED WITH COTTON.
Mitchell Knocks Out Edwards in Three
Rounds Easily Done.
Nkw Yoiik, May 13. The most Intense
iuterest centered in the slugging match at
Madison Square Garden last night be
tweeu Billy Edwards and Charlie Mitch
ell, the young Englishman who stood
up before Sullivan. The match was just
the reverse of tlie one ha which Mitchell
was mauled by the Boston Boy. Edwards
was knocked all over the stage and com
plelcly done up In the third round, when
Captain Williams put an end to the bout.
The Garden was crowded so that there
was standing room only, and the usual
excitement, claims of foul, uproar and
Mitchell is 2:1, staud.s 5 feet 8 Inches
and weighed 151 pounds. Edwards Is 43,
stands five feet 1 luch and stripped last
night at 130 pounds. Tho tiino of the
first round was one minute and thirty
five seconds, Edwards going to the rapes.
In the second roand a right-haadad Wow
In tto neck mot Kdvards sprs-wtbm etod
Captain Wlgams lRtertmd. twtBtwroed
back ut the solicitation of the audience
when the men caimi up for the third.
Mitchell sprang at his man like a tiger,
ami In a tu inkling laid him out. Ed
wards jumped to his feet only to godown
ligain. Captain Williams here Interfered
and refused to allow the match to go on.
Time, thirty-four seconds. Tho gate re
ceipts were large aud both men will make
KEDL'C IN(i THE 1JOLL.
One of the Thirty-three Children of Com
modore N. W. Kittson.
St. Pai l. Minn.. Mav 13. Tho funeral
of Dr. John Kittson, one of tho thirty-
three children of Commodore N. W. Kitt
son, tho well-known millionaire turfman,
takes place here to-day. Dr. Kittson
was the sou of a handsome Indian girl
whom the Commodore met wheu he was
A vmimr miiri In thtt emiltoV Of
John Jacob Astor lu the Ited Kiver
fur trade. He was educated In Mon
treal, and was graduated iu the medical
school of Mefiiii I'nlversltv. He prac
ticed for some years in Canada, aud In
iia was appointed oy tne cauauiau
ernment Chief of the Medical Depart
ment of the Morthwest, iu connection
with the mouuted police. His health
failing, he returned to his father's home
two years ago. For the last few days he
complained of his head, and his memory
seemed to be impaired. On Saturday his
brother found him iu the bath-room
FINE AND 1M IMMSONMENT.
An Attorney-General Disgraced Sen
Jackson, Tkn.n., May 13. The case of
the State against (. P. M. Turner, Attorney-General
of Shelby County, charged
with having committed an assault and
battery upon Frauklo Martin, an Inmate
of the Mansion House, was heard by the
Supreme Court to-day. Colonel George
Gatitt argued for the defense, ami Attorney-General
Lee for the State. The hear
ing of the case occupied about half an
hour, and the decision of Judge Green
sentencing defendant to line aud Impris
onment was affirmed.
BASE HALL HKEVITIES.
Score of Oames Played on Monday,
PiiiLADKLriiiA, Pa. Baltimore, 13;
Athletics, 3 Philadelphlas, 12; Buffa-
Pittsbcugh, Pa. Alleghenys, 0;
Washington, D. C Washiugtons, 4;
New Yokk. New Y'orks, 4; Cleve
Pkovide.nce, U. I. Chicagos, 5; Provi
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 7; Detroits, 0.
Ai-Toona, Pa. Boston Uuions, 10; Al
Qitncy, III. Quincys, 16; St. Tauls, I.
Camhiudok, Mass. Harvards, 5;
Pleased With tne Verdict.
Wakkknsbiko, Mo., May 13. The
verdict of murderr In the first degree
against Charles Hamilton, alias William
Na'skey, last night, is satisfactory to the
friends of Charles Steidle, his victim,
aud the talk of lynching has subsided.
Guilty of Murder.
Nashvii.lk, Tk.nn., May 13. The jury
in the William Spent ease, charged with
the murder of his son-in-law, Ed. S.
Wheat, brought iu a verdict of murder
iu the first degree. A motion for a new
trial was entered and will be argued on
T i: L E G K A P 1 IIC I ! 1 1 1 : V I T 1 ES
There was another tumble of three
cents in wheat iu Chicago.
A change of venue Is asked in the Mur
raysville, Pa , murder and riot cases.
The New York linn of Kaufftnan Bros.,
dealers in picture frames, has failed.
George W. Corwin, of Greeneastle,
Iud., has failed, with liabilities of $-'0,-000.
Boss won three of the five bouts with
Flagg in the mixed wrestling match at
Henry D. Stout, oue of the oldest news
paper men of Ohio, is dead, lie was seventy-six
j-cars of age.
Ferdinand Ward has filed an assign
ment for the beuetlt of his creditors.
George C. Holt is the assignee.
J. S. Wilkius, a leadiug jeweller of
Memphis, has assigned, with liabilites of
342,000 and assets ol about 10,000.
John A. Walsh told the Springer Com
mittee a number of interesting facts
during the progress of his examination.
Iu the contested electiou case of Wal
lace vs. McKinley, the House Elections
Committee has decided iu favor of Wal
lace. The mills of the Kentucky Lumber
Company at Williamsburg, Ky., were
burned. Loss, StiO.WO; insurance, $40,
000. Seuator Sabin was a large borrower hi
Eastern cities for the Northwestern
Car Company, which has just gone
A Madison County (Ind.) farmer,
named Frasier, shot and killed W. 11.
Hupp, a neighbor, wifhout cause or
A slight run was made ou the First Na
tional Bank of Stillwater, Minn., grow
ing out of the Northwestern Car Com
The seventh anuual regatta of the Mis
sissippi Valley Amateur Mowing Associa
tion takes place at Moliue, 111., ou tho
loth aud 1 1 tli of July.
Jersey Central Bail road employes will
hereafter work only two days a week at
the Philipsburg, Otlenwerden, Hampton
aud Eli.abcthport shops.
An unprecedented cut in rates Is an
nounced by the ageuts of the Burlington,
Missouri, Union Pacific & Atchisou,
Topeka & Santa Fe Roads.
A servant girl iu the family of James
B. Lansing of Corry, Pa., was shot in tlie
iiIkIoiucii by young Lansing, who didn't
know his pistol was loaded.
Thefts of coupon passenger tickets on
the Wabash Koad have been going on for
months. One of the conductors who was
suspected of being Implicated got Iright
ened and skipped.
At the African Methodist Conference,
in session at Baltimore, a resolution
passed giving worn-out preachers, $400 a
year; widows, 1 100, -and orphans under
llfteen years $.i0.
A bill anihoriniiig the construction of a
road from Sioux City westwardly via
Niobrara Valley to a point on tfce Union
Pactfk HaUeoei wtU be favorably rforfc
ed byttt &m6 CqomKtee en PautAu
A GIDDY GIRL
Infatuated by a Dashing and Bo
epanglod Knight of tho
Sh9 Leaves a Home of Wealth and Com
fort For a Second-Glass
After a Week of Diligent Searching She
is Found and Restored to Her
CntOAiio, III., May 13. For a week;
Mrs. oodwlu, living at No. 3CI0 Dear
born street, has been mourning the loss
of her favorite and youngest child. Lost
bight she found her in the arena of a second-class
circus, thtrt has been exhibiting
for some time at the corner of State and
Mrs. Goodwiu is a wealthy widow, who
has lived for some years at No. 3C10
Dearborn street. She has several chil
dren, grown men ami women, but all of
her affection seemed centered on her
daughter Nellie, a bright and extremely
pretty child, fourteen years old. Tho
girl, as might be supposed, was spoiled
by her mother and elder brothers and sis
ters, ami of late has been but little amen
able tu parental control. A week ago
she disappeared from home, and all at
tempts to Hud her proved vain. The po
lice made as thorough a search as possible,
but with no results, aud the entire neigh
borhood was excited over the case. No
tidings of the lost girl could be had. For
some time past a circus, so-called, had
been exhibiting at the corner of State and
Twenty-sixth streets, and nightly a few
decrepit and spavined horses prauced
around a saw-dust ring, while flaring
gasoline lamps shed a dim light and dif
fused offensive odors over the servant
girls and butchers who made up the slim
crowd of spectators. George W. Hall,
kn-nvn as "Pop-corn George," was tho
manager and proprietor. Mrs. Goodwin
was satisfied that her daughter had iolned
these circus people, but repeated visits
of ht.r own to the performattce failed to
discover her, and the mother was con
vinced that Nellie was hid whenever she
appeared. So last night a young lady
named Jennie Hopkins, who wtts ac
quainted with the lost child, went to the cir
cus iu company with a policeman from tlae
Cottage Grove avenue statiou, and iu the
small dressing-room of the tent the uifss
lug girl was found. She was at once
taken back to her mother. The girl
would give no reason for her flight, save
that she wanted to travel wiUi a circus,
but it is thought that an attache of tho
concern here imposed upon her credulity
and estranged her voting affections.
London; May 13. During the censuro
debate in the House of Commons this
afternoon, Mr. Forster vehemently at
tacked the Government's Egyptian policy.
A tin cau containing forty detooatom
for firing dynamite v6 found to-day
under a wall at Woolwich Arsenal. An
other tin box war by contained seven
pouuds of earthy substance labeled
"ground umber." If the material proves
to be dynamite, as it seems without doubt
to be, a large portion of the Arsenal had
a narrow escape.
Wkkhki.d, May 13 The Cricket
match between the Sheffield and Austra
lian teams which began yesterday at
Kheltield Park, was concluded to-day.
The Australian team won easily by an
liming aud six runs.
Cairo, May 13. Alarming news baa
been received from Korosko this mo ru
ing to the effect that a large number of
rebels surround the place aud that unless
reinforcements are Immediately sent the
garrison will be compelled to capitulate,
tin receipt of the intelligence a consulta
tion was held, aud it was decided to or
der the 1,400 Egyptian troops now fit
Assouan to proceed at once to Korosko
and assist the garrison In the defense of
the place, llelugees from Berber, who
reached Korosko asked the Government
to send a number of camels to enable
them to escape.
Caiko, May 13. Two messengers with
letters to Gordon from Suakim have been
captured by tho rebels.
Paris, May1 13. The newspapers are
jubilant over the signing of the Franco
Chinese treaty. Three regiments have
been recalled from Touquin.
The Gitulois says: "M. Ferry and Gen
eral Menabrea, Italian Embassador, have
agreed upon the course to be pursued lu
the Egyptian conference."
The Prince of Wales has arrived from
The Cabinet has decided upon the grad
ual recall of a portiou of the French
troops from Touquin. President Grevy
has decided upon the formation of two
regiments of Touquinese sharp-shooters,
with French o Ulcers.
The report of a rupture between Franco
and Merocco has been continued.
Bunux, May 13. The trial at Leipslc
of Captain Heutsch, who, with M. Kras
soroskl, the Polish author, Is charged
with conspiring to furulsh German mili
tary secrets to the Governments of
France, Austria and Russia, excites con
siderable interest among army officers, as
Captain Heutsch formerly served with dis
tinction In the Prussian army. Thetitui is
secret, but from all Information ob
tainable the evidence of yesterday and
to-day Indicates an attempt on the part
of the Government to prove that Heutsch
derived a largo income from the French
Government and In return was furnish
ing the Paris Ministry with Grmau
military Information. The points so far
Indicate that Captain HenUtch bad at
the conclusion ol the Pranco-Prasalan
wax, left the Oerman army and entered
the military telegraph service of France.,
on leaving which four years ago ho took
up his residence oa German ground, and
was living In handsome style at Sohone
oorg at the time of his arrest, two years
i go, without apparent sonrcos of tnctyM.
Captain ileatach Is aa able engineer aad
author of trwral vataaMs miUtarrwoffca.,
Bng n tattmrj wacrtH MTant
ussy iBtraTTW jfttsA
ernment spies and was the principal causo
of his arrest.
Qckukc, May 13. Captain Browurlgg,
of thu bark Donald Ferguson, while pass
ing twenty miles east of the southwest
portiou of Auticosti Island reported what
he supposed was a steamer ashoro In a
cave at that point, surrouudej by a largo
quantity of ice. She was brig-rigged and
palm I black, with gilt letters on her
stern. She seemed to be heavily laden.
The Signal Service Bureau has telegraphed
for full particulars.
Montreal, Can., May 13. A large and
Influential delegation consisting of mem
bers of the Board of Trade, Corn Ex
change, and gentlemen representing ship
ping hero are about to proceed to Ottawa
to appeal to the government to abolish
the tolls on all Catiadian cauals betweeu
Chicago and this point. There are sixteen
oceau steamships in port and every oue
offering to take grain across the oceau
free, and yet not ono can get a cargo.
Railroad Wreckers to be Shot.
Mexico, via Galveston, May 13.
Seventeen of the wreckers who attacked
the train on the Ceutral liailroad are to
be shot at Gueratora to-day.
His Head Cut Off.
Caiko, III., May 13. A Wabash switch
mau named Van Allen had his head cut
off by being run over by an engine. Ho
had beeu married but a few mouths.
Bent on Killing-.
Bloomi N'tiTov, 111., May 13. Chris.
Kpple attempted to murder his wife this
morning, The police Interfered, and Ep
ple then cut his own throat uutil his head
hung from the truuk.
After the Bribe Takers.
Cincinnati, O., May 13. Warrants
were Issued this morning for the arrest
of Shaw and Phillips, jurymeu in tho
Berner murder case.
Rollins For Senator.
Concord, N. H., May 13. It is stated
In political circles here that IIou. Ed
ward II. Boillus has decided to be a can
didate for the United States Senate to
succeed Ileury W. Blair, of Manchester.
MItS, THOKNTON ALONE.
Not Another Greenbacker on Hand For
the Meeting in Sedalia.
Skdai.ia, Mo., May 13. The Green
backers to meet In district convention
here to-day, to elect delegates to the Na
tional Greenback Convention, failed to
materialize, Mrs. Thornton, of the Boon
ille News, being tho only representative
of the party from auywhere that has
showed up. The prominent Greenbuckers
of the city claim that they knew uo thiug
of the call.
Grain and Provisions.
TUESDAY. MAY 13, 1SS4.
Cotto.v Rtoftrty; midtilintr, lli&nvc.
Ki.ot.-K Steady; XXX to elioico, f Wl'i4.S5:
parents, f j.Ti'mtti.-R).
Wh&at Weaker: No. 2 lied, $1.L1
I. i.i1: au. a (tea, I.tT4igI.04.
UoKN-stronger; No. 2 mixed, 536530 ;
No. i whitu mixed, fCt&A
oats Lower: No.)!, 3iiifSc.
Kvs Nominal; No. 2, 5t',uwL'o.
TOHACco-K'irui; Iturs common to choice,
).7.Vilu.UU; leaf; common retl luaf, fS.uo.-j
lU.Wlj medium to irood $U!.30tai7..W.
May Prairie fi;i.uu for prime; lU.OOft
II. 00 for choice; mi.wd $UcU fur common to
prime; timothy 14wlS for prime to choice.
Ui'TTiCH Steady; choice Ut fancy creamery
ZUl&lo; dairy, choice to fancy, ltVSISc; low
Kuos yuiet, at Itto.
Ktwe. ific: Peerless iOitUsc, Northern,
MU)c; llotuun stocfe at LVieoc.
Pokk Firmer; standard mess, $t7.T-M,; hard
Laud Steady; prime steam, K44t8c.
IIaco.n Lontfs, Hditfc; shorts, t34t9Sc;
clout ribs, HSwH'c.
Wool Tub-washed choico, SS6i.Ho; me
dium, UO'ipL'c; unwashed medium, ilt4e; low
and course irrades. 16ulSa.
Hides Ouiol: dry Hint, 17H&17VO; dnm
airott, UMtto; btihs or sias, 10c; dry
suited, l.'tc: dry suited, damage I, lie; kip and
calf, suited, M4c; da tiiweii, '4e; bulls and
8tas, !c; green, uucured, 7',e; damaged,
tiHF.Kl' Pici.ts Steady; irreen, 70S0c; dry
do, 48-f 70c, us to amount ami tjuullty of wool;
green shearlings, lie; dry do, luetic; lumb
Wheat Steady; No. 2 Hod, May, fl.01'4;
June. fl.W,i July. tl.We-vrjl.UVv
Coit.s Higher; No. 2 mixed, May, tHo;
June, tkl'sc; July, Uj 8c.
Oats Firmer; No. -', mixed, May, 38c;
Provisions Pork Cjuiet; gpot mess, $17.00
(aiH.jo; Lurd Wcakor; steam, May, tiAixA
Wheat Firmer; May, HSijo; Juno, sS'jGJ
Sse; July, W'c; August, tWc; September,
tmo; year, ni',o.
CoiiN iilgliur; May, htc; June, 5t)fy
M',c: July, uMe; Augnst, 6fe; Septomber,
oats Steady; May, Sl'-jo; June, 33q;
July.SiSe; August, aiijC; year, g7' jo.
PoKK-Higher; Juno, 17.j; July, 17.57!4;
August, Hi.tii't,; year, U.M.
LaiU Higher; June, fS.PK(i.42'4; July,
fs.471i; August, $.57s; September, IS.ilo;
tiiionT Hirts Jutio, $85; July, t8.37'4:
August, $s. 10.
Live Stock Markets.
Hotis Heoelpts, 111,000; active and firm; Bo
higher; light, fi.iKt.oii.no; rough pocking, Ho.lfni
5.'i5: heavy packing and shipping, f.'i.S,k.f,iU"i.
Cattle Heceipts, 5,m; market strung;
export, $tl.Hiw&H.7!i: gtiod to choice,
ii.tMiil.4o; common to fair, t-.Mh$HM.
Sin.Ki' Kcceipts, L'.noi; market Urui; tshnru
$4.uouiU.tj; wo iled, Ju.wimi.ixi.
Cattle Moderately active; fair to choice
Min-rs, f i.;Hu!Hl..V; common to go d, ji.tNui
1.3. "l ; lltt'ivi'S, fLi'iUfe"!.!!.
Siikki' Higher; fair to good clipped, $l..'B
ltl.mi; lair to good western clipped, o.rtU;
lair to gt od clipped lumiw, $! -VmUA.
Htnis Active; medium to fair Vorkers,
$.'i.ilotu.70; light, $.'. m&j.i',0: liutclioi-s' grades,
J..stK(PU)tl: butchers' to select, iO.iKKttU.ju;
ards baro of stock.
Catti.b Keeelpts,; 11.100; active and firm; na
tive steers of l.coi to l,:ui li s. average $a.y)
ir;, fi; oilier unchanged.
Himis Keecipis, S.iVW; weak ami lower; lots
ut is.itoit.'U lb, average, J6.0tKui5.tlO; mainly,
Mm KM1 Heeeipis, 1,400; steady; natives 90
to 1UU t'S av. at f 5.25.
' Money and Stock Market.
New Yohk. May 13. Moivpv a nor .
Kxchnnge Arm and tinohaunrtHl: Kownmuit
firm; currency. s, fcSbld; incotipou, UK bid;
4S"do. ISO Did. Stocks oponed weuk this
morning and during the flint hair hour there
we vlgortma willing of I'ntoo Patiilo, under
wh eh the whole lit broko to H pttt cnt,
when the bull clkioea bmran to roantpulnte htt
a tim and plaood nnmorous supporting or
llnre In the market and bkl up the loaning
rate (or stocks, thereby attuning sutne of the
uthi Mmris to eorer, and onmm went loreoa
nnio t w ewR, vroat we st
Wit -man ymi 'w SJ
In ssiiiri ! oil
Loat Store For Sale.
The entire stock of Boat Stores and Gro
ceries of Samuel Wilson, late of Cairo, Illi
nois, now deceased, is offered for Bala in
bulk; for a few days with the good WILL
OF THE FIRM.
Any party desiring to step into a well
established and protitable business will do
well to give this matter a careful consider
ation. The building recently occupied bf
Mr. Wilson as a boat store, can be rented
at a fair rental or will be sold on easy
terms. All inquiries may be addressed to
Mrs. Matilda Wilson,
Or to Geo. Fisher, Att'y., Cairo, 111.
Cairo, 111., May 9th, 1884. 10-6t
Legal Blanks Kept For Sale
at The Bulletin office.
Special Warranty Deeds,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Venire,
Garnishee Blanks, &c.
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan-writes.
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney give en
tire satisfaction and are rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters are the purest and best
medicine known, and will positively care
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the
blood and regulate the bowels. No family
can afford to be without them. They will
save hundreds of dollars iu doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (d)
bucKien'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
cents psr box. For sale by Barclay
A Walking- Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanicsburj;, Pa.,
writes: "I was aftected with lung fever
and abscess on lungs, and reduced to a
walking skeleton. Got a free trial bottle
ot Dr. Kings JNew Discovery tor Con
sumption, which did mo so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. Alter using
three bottles, found myself once more a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hearty appetite, and a gain in tleati ot 48
lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.' drug store and
get a free trial bottle of this certain cure
for all Lung Diseases. Large Dottles fl.00.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a Bick child 'suffering and
crying with 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 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
diarrhoea, 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-
ow s Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the 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
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Polishing: the Wrong End.
Many men daily polish their boots who
never give a thought to the condition of
their hair, except to harrow it casually with
brush and comb, or submit it to the para
lyzing attentions of the average barber.
Whht happensf Why, this: From neglect,
mental anxiety, or any of a score of causes,
the hair turns pormaturely gray and begins
to fall out. Parker's Hair Balsam will at
once stop the latter process and restore the
original color. An elegant dressing, free
I suffered from acute inflammation in my
nose and head for a week at at a time I
could not see. I used Ely's Cream Balm
and in a few days I was cured. It was
wonderful how quick it helped me. Mrs.
Geoigie S. Judson, Iiartford, Conn.
Prairieville, Tex., Juno 20tb, 1883. I
have been selling drugs and medicines in
Texas for seven years, during which time I
have sold Merrell's Family Medicines to
hundreds of families, to all of whom they
gave entire satisfaction, more especially did
Merrell s Female Tonic Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam and Liver Pills meet all that was
claimed for them. II. B. Wiixuks.
Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physic is
quickly' relieving costiveness, headache,
heartburn and ail other bilious troubles;
25cts., large bottle. At druggists. (6)
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia, and
too hearty eating is relieved at once by
taking one of Carter's Little Liver Pills
immediately after dinner. Don't forget
Of a largo number of preparations, Ely's
Cream Balm gives the moBt relief. I can
recommend it for Catarrh, Cold in the
Uead or Hay Fever. 8. B. Lewis, Princi
pal Graded School, Clinton, Wis.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain aud Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to 30O and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1883, and make up your mind to go and
soo for yourself wheu you learn that the crop (
for 1883 is 00 per cent larger than that of
1883. To thoso purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate it
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. TowNiKTrx Gen'l Pas. Agt. V
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