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HIK DAILY UAIUO BULLETIN: SUNDAY M0KN1N0 MAY 13, 1884.
Q.EOR0E HARRI30N LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mmt of surgical diseases, and disease of womea
OKMC'K On 14lh itroot, opposite tho Post
office, Cairo, III.
jjR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOB, KLKCTUO-VAPOR and MKDICATKD
A lady In atteudance.
R. E. W. WUITLOOK,
Omei-No. 138 Commercial Avenne, between
KKbtaud Ninth Street
fjlllE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Bankin? Business
Trtoa. W. IIALMDAY
JgNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RAN K.
THOS. "W. IliVIjXjI DVS ,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. RROSS, President.
II. WKLl-S, Caahlor.
I P. WFP, VlcelWm
I T. J. Kurth, Aas't rust.
1 I rectors 8
F. BroM . Ca'ro I William Kliito. .Cain
Peter Noff " William Wolf.... '
C.M Ostcrloh " C O. Paticr '
B.A. Budcr " I H. Wells '
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DON E.
Exchanee Fold and bought. Interest paid ii
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all boelnocn promptly intended to.
W O z
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to rtlor.
8th 8t.,bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
CAIRO, - - ILL
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
J-m IE. INCE,
. Manufacturer and Dealer in
6th Street., between ComT Ave. ud Lovee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUNITION. "
Safe Baoalred. All Elnde ol Keja Made.
The Regular Cairo & Fadncah Daily
Stt GUS FOWLER
HENRY K. TAYLOR, Master.
UEOUQB JOBEo, Clerk.
Tt Ptdacah for Cairo dally (Sunday! except
d) at 8 a. in., and Monnd City at 1 p. m. Ketara
ng, leave Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mound City t ft p.m.
limit. Krv.ineie. 'letter. Hives. IMiMlnill', lliifln-r'a
M k-l 'rlll KlIlnl.TI A K(VM
Heh, I'iinpl. ii, lm, Oiilumi tin, l imit I'.iirw.fitKU
ml 1'iitmiiKil Wound, Itlngwunii, Miitlmin, me
ill illwvtinnf tlieSkin.
l.. iiti.u. t, .iu r..! rM..ji n, Surra nn
Kor I'llin, WiiiiikIh, Cut", I'lrtra or Norrs, no
renu'dv In s ruuit III sootliliiii unit lii aliiiu a
l')lll:.iii (ikin Cure. It dm nut 'iinirt or burn.
iHiediwu in ten (n; ujc anvmtiiy tmy battle.
NASAL CATAItllll, ATTKort IIKNr (Ol.n
111 His lliud, Itiuu Cold, linmihiul Citliiirli uud
- ii a v l'uvun,
CIcnn.s tlic iMwtrlK I'c.'iull.i iwtund tiii iuiilnir,
and iiiwi-iilH InmisiatliiiH, buiiIIIi h Mini uneezliiK.
It lumpe. Illei'iire Im Culd lu llio HtMid- n ldi b
Is caiibed ly .i.iildi-ti i tnui lit the utiiuidi.re.
Direction in ttn huttjuayta actwiMi'i titry bi'ttte,
PAPIUICN MPC. CO., CHICAGO.
Fell HA Lit IV ALL PUUCGJFTB.
Foi" falo bv
PAUL G. SCllUII,
Snccial Atrt.s. in tlii oitv.
For $inle hv
617 St, Charles St. Si. LOUIS, MO,
A. l-ejtvilnp Orndnnte oi two medlenl
colleiti s, lias been lonirei enitnued in the treai-
?ientof C'hronii', Nervonn, tUin nml .
lloorl Diseases than any other physician in
til. Louis, as city papers show unit ull ,.ld resi
dents know. Consultation it. oll'.ce of by mall,
free and Invited. A friendly t:,lk or Ins opinion
costs nodilnir. When it Is l-ieoi.venlent to visit
the city for treatment, nicdleliies ean be sent
by mail or express evetvwlieie. Curable cases
guaranteed: where duubt exlbtlt. is t'raukly
stilted. Call or Write,
Nerronn Prostration, Debility, Wennj
Physleal Weakness, Merca.lhl and other
ttfectlonsof Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sore and fleers, Impei'ilmcntij to
Marriage, nhenntatlsm, Piles. Sperlal at
tention to cases from oter-worked r!n.
SURGICAL CASKS recelre special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences Kxoe sses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
It Is self-evident that a physician TlnR
particular attention to a class of case attains
(treat skill, and phvsiclans in regular pi-uctlee
all over the country knowlnir tliis, freu ently
recommend cases to the oldest olllee In A iiierl
ca, where every known appliance Is .-ei-ortec
to, and the proved ooci remodie- of aU
bkps and countries are used, A whole liense U
used for otllec purposes, and all are treated with,
skill In a respectful manners and, know.nif
what to do, no experiments are made, (.n ,.c
count of the treat nuiulM-r aiilvlnr, t;io
chnrifes are kept low, often lower than is i.e
mandedby others. If you secure the ski I : nd
set a speed v and perfect life cure, that s ;no
Important inatter. J'auitUlet, 30 puges. bjnt
to liny address free.
Eleftant cloth and gilt blndinv. Healed foi 60
cents in poMatteor currency, tlver fitly won
derful pen pictures, true to life, articles on tlio
following; subjects: Who may marry V whoii itt
why? I'roni'raitetoiuarrv. Who marry 111
Manhood, Woinaiihood. Physical deeay. W JO
should marrv. How life and happiness may e
Increased. Those, married or contemplate V
niarrylnir should read It. ItouKhl to lie rc.vj
by all adult persons, then kept under lock ail
key, Popular edition, same as above, but papsr
cover and 2U0 pages, ti cents by mall, In mouev
CATARRrL m , ...
"1 1 J l',1 III I i.l I III
Causes no Pam.
Gives Relief at
cure. Not a Li
quid or Snuff. Ap
p it d with fiitcrer. (iivc it a Trial.
SOc 'itts, at driU'Rists. (in cotttt by mail reRlster
ed. 8' nd for circular.
KLY BKOTIIBKS, DruKUiBte, Owi ko,N,V.
By MEUD1S & SUUTI1WICK
971 acres of Land,
In Bollard County, Ky., nearly opposite
AST A.TJOTIO IST!
atConrt House Door, In I.oultvlllc, Ky.,
M0NDxY, JUNE 2d, 1684,
at i X A. M.
As trnsices of ibo creditors nl R. S. Hcrr, doe'd.
I will, nn Monday, .Tune id, 1"W, at 11 a. m., at the
Conn House door, in the cltv of Loulvlllo, Ky.,
onto the highest bidder. 0.4 acres of river bot
torn and bill land, In Ba lard County, Ky, nearly
opposite Cairo ill., Known as part oi tne coenran
tract and adjoining the John Hois onn thou
sand acr. F,r further particulars address tho
TEHM8 One third cash. ha'Ance In 1 and 3
years, witn S percent. Interest and lien.
.TOIIN L IIBitK, Trustee
MKDDIS A SOUTnWICK, Atictionoors, Lonii.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hisrhigt Cash Prlie Paid for Whf at.
Xtt have spent over 11100,000.00 lndefendln
our rlvht to the luirlmm hull an our trade-mark,
Hudoubtodly he 1. to day the. mix! valualile Hull
111 the world. Now It stun. Is to ri'awHi that wit
couldn't slt.ird to role't hllil o tlinnniKlily If
jll.At KWI I.l.'S 111 I I, IM'KIIAiH To.
bncco, of which lio Is the rcprw.cutative, waHii'l
Ilia UL.sT feiiiokliiK Tobacco ever uiude.
the sales of Blackwell'i Bull Durham flmoklna;
Tobacivi far ej.rcd tlnwo i t any oilier lirunil 111
the world, simply Ikviiiiho it baa Uvn, la, and will
I), tliu brut that can Iki made. All dealers have it.
Look (ur Uudu-uiurk vt thu Bull ou uvory packotfu.
Liver and Kidney Eemodr,
Oomponnderl from the well known
Curnllves Hons, Mult, Biii liii, Man.
drake, Dntnlolinn, Barsnnnrillii, Can
earn Snt?.la, etc., cnmliliiod with an
aKreenlilo Annnntio Kllxlr.
I THEY CURE DYSnrSIA miliESTM.i
Act upon the Liver and Kidneys,
I REGULATE TUB BOWELS,!
They cure Wimimnttem, nnd nil Url-
utiry irotiDieg. incy inviporaio,
nourish, nti'i'iiKtlien and qniot
the Nervonn ByRtoni.
Aa a Tonlo thoy hnva no Equal.
lako nono but Hops ana Mult UUtui'i.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS
Hops and Malt Bitters Co.
Thousands Hastened to their G raves 1
Kiilyiiit; on testimonials written in viviii
KlowiuK Ititifjiino or sotno mirnculous
cures mudo by Home l.trtjeiy puffed up due
ttir or ptitunt laetliciuo litis huHiuuud llnnis
ttiids to their graves; believing in tlioir al
most uisniiQ faith that the tmmo mirttclu
will be performed on them, and thitt these
testimoninls uiako the cures, while tho so-
calluit medicine is nil the tinio linsteiiiiig
them to their yrnves. wo have avoided
publishing testimonials, as they do not
Snake the cures, although we linvo
TIIOUHANIM UPON THOUSANDS
of tlipm, one of the nmst wonderful cures,
voluutnrily sent us. It is our medicine,
linn Bitters that makes the cures. It has
never failed and never can. Wo will pive
reference to any for nny disenso similar to
their own if desired, or will refer to any
neighborhood in the known world but cun
show its cures by Hop Bitters.
A LOSING JOKE.
A prominent physician of Pittsburg Raid
to a latly patient who was complaining nt
her continued ill health, atul of his inabili
ty to cure her, jokingly said: "lry Hop
Bitters I ' The lady took it in earnest aucl
used the Bitters, from which she obtained
permanent health. She now laughs at the
doctor for his j ike, but lie is nut so well
pleased with it, as it cost him a good pa
FEES OF Di CTOUS.
Tho lees of doctors is au item that very
many persons are interested in. We be
lieve the schedule for visitB is fIJ.OO, which
would tax a man confined to his bed for a
year, and in need of a daily visit, over
$1,000 a year lor medical attendant! alone I
And one bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time
would save the $ 1,000 and all the year's
a laoy's wmn.
"Oh, how I rlo wish my akin was n clear
and soft as yours," said a lady to her friend.
"You can easily make it so," answered the
friend. "How?" inquired the first lady.
"By using Hop Bitters that make pure,
rich blood and blooming health. It did for
mo as you observe."
GIVES CP BY THE DOCTORS.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at work, and cured by so siniplo a
"I assure you it is true that he is entirely
cured, and with nothing but Hnp Eitters,
and only ten days ago his doctors gave him
up and stiid he must die, from Kidney and
Liver trouble 1" '
Milk for Coffee niul Tea.
That tltero is nn appreciable differ
ence between raw and boiled milk limy
be proved by taking equal quantities of
each (tho boilod samples having been
allowed to cool down), nddinr them to
equal quantities of ihsVsutuo infusion of
collee, then critically tasting tho mix
tures. The differeneo is KtilHeient to
hnvo long since established tho prac
tice among nil skillful cooks of scrup
ulously using boiled milk for making
cafe au lait. I have tried a similar ex
periment on tea, and liml that in this
case the cold milk is preferable. Why
this should be, why boiled milk should
bo hotter for coflbe nnd raw milk for
tea, I cannot tell. If any of my read
ers hnvo not done so nlready, let them
try similar experiments with condonsod
milk, and I hnvo no doubt that tho ver
dict of tho majority will bo that it is
passable with colleo, but very objec
tiounble in tea. This is milk that has
been very much cooked. Tho chief
definable alteration effected by tho boil
ing of milk is tho coagulation of the
small quantity of albumen which it
contains. This rises as it becomes sol
idified, and forms a skin like scum on
the 8iirf;tco, which may bo lifted with it
spoon nnd eaton, as It is perfectly
wholosomo rind very nutritious. Pop
ular Science Monthly.
Tho Daily lhilletin.
Tho Kepnblicmi primaries were hold
yesterday afternoon nt 2 o'clock, but only
those who participated In thorn knew that
they were iu progress at all. There wasn't
a ootuot diHspiitlmi in any precinct ; every
body seemed to want just what every budy
else wanted and didn't caro much how it
was aeciiniplibhed. C'apt. Thomas was in
structed for in all tho pre
cincts ami thi'i'O wis no op
position to him shown. Tho County
Convention meets next Saturday; in this
tho proceedings will doubtless be equally
tamo. If tho antiThoiiiKtfitcB Intend to
make sny light at all they will have to
mako it at Cnrhomlalo.
Yesterday afternoon a telegfain was ro
ceiveil from I'ailueah by Chief Myers, re
questing him to arrest a yellow negro
named Muses Taylor, who was wanted nt
Paducuh lor stealing fGOO. Tho Chief
called Countable Sliei han to his r'u), scour
ed tho city and learned that Taylor had
llown on the Illinois Central train. Tlio
tfain was headed nlTat Anna by telegraph,
and the oflleers there arrestoJ Taylor on tho
train. At Inst acctmnts $500 of tho money
had also been recovered. Chief Myers took
a freight train for Anna last evening and
returned some t i mo last night, with the
fugitive and the "swag." Taylor was at
ono time employed in tho Planter's House
in this city ami wtsemplo)od in tho Kich
iniuid Hoiwu at Padiicah, from which he is
believed to have stolen tho money.
The prospects of Democratic succes in
this district were never more favorable
than they are just at the present time. Tlio
party is in splendid trim for a hard fight
and there is a disposition to mako a hurd
light. Tho impression prevails very gener
ally that the still hunt of last year was a
very great mistake. It has been smarting
under tho defeat resulting from that mis
take ever since ami has for some timu been
impatiently clumping its bit ami pawing
tho ground, ready and anxious to run anoth
er race in which it will take the bit in its
teeth, kick up its heels ami givo tho spa
vined and distempered old Republican
rake the toughest race it ever engaged in.
Iu the district at large everything is unity
and harmony in the party; there seems to
be comparatively littlu diffeiouce of prefer
ences for candidates, and what difference
does 'Xist, is ot a nutuiu that will yield
cheerfully to the decision of tlio party coun
cils. In Alexander Comity all In harmony,
harmony mid enthusiasm. There is more
interest manifested in tho party machinery
than was the case before; the young men
of the party havo begun to tako an active
part in tho meetings, and the result is a
gensral revival among all elements, a new
encrjy that pervades tho whole body poli
tic and that will not fail to manifest Itself
at the ballot box next November. Willi
onerL'ftic men to lead the Democracy in tho
district, the enthusiasm will not lag in the
meantime and tho party will gain new
stieugth with every riBO of tho sun. The
Republicans cannot say as much for them
selves. They show little or no etithusiuBni
in their work of preparation fur the cam
paign and they must feel their way careful
ly to guard against treachery in their own
ranks. Everything look placids enough
on tho surface but there is an undercurrent
which gives fortn ominous murmurings
every now and then and which is only wait
ing for a good chance to tear tho founda
tion out from under tho old shell and let it
come down into the abyss of demoraliza
tion and defeat. Democrats havo every
reason to be hopeful and the fact that they
are hopeful and will remain so, will be to
them an element of strength in tho future.
Guard tho kidneys and bewaro of back
ache. St. Jacobs Oil, tho wonder, ul pain
banisher, restores circulation.
Ill MM Air.
The wonderful feat performed by Prof.
Secman of suspending a human figure iu
mid air is thus explained :
According to Prof. Socman tlio whole
secret is obtaining mignets of sufficient
strength. The ones used by him consists
of two boxes filled with between three and
tour hundred pounds of magnetic iron
each. The ore is broken into small lumps,
care being taken to have the magnetic
points turned all tho one way. One of the
boxes thus filled is suspended in the "fiys"
above the platform upon which Mile. See
man stands ; the other is placed cither under
tho stage or underneath tlio phtform. In
order to got the necessary magnetic force,
both boxes are operated upon by powerlul
eleciric batteries, which produce very strong
currents. Underneath the light tunic which
Mile. Socman wears are two belts which
are clasped around her hips and waist, the
belts, though separated, boing joined to
gether by bone clips. Between the belts
and the skin a bandage filled with com
pressed air and certain chemicals, the
names ot which the Professor declined to
give, is interposed. This prevents the
strong electric current from having any
effect upon the skin or the nerves.
Rev. II. 0. Stevens, 103 Eighth Street, N.
E., Washington, D. C. writes, under date of
February 7th, 1884: "Last summer, while
pastor of a church at Cromwell, Conn., I
obtained two bottles of Athlnphoros tor
trial by a gentleman who has been subject
to protracted and very, severe attacks of
rheumatism. Ho tells me that the effect
of tho medicine has been marvelous. It has
brought him out every time, and now be
keeps the article on hand, and resorts to its
use upon any recurring symptom of bis
W. P. I.amiiihm, river editor ol I'M a lliit.i.sTiit
and steamboat pananitiiiir ai(out. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job prlnllnK "Helled. Office
at lluwor' Ituropenn Uotol. No. Til Ohio levee,
8 f AO ItS OK TUB 111 V Kit.
Thu river marked by tho gaugo at this
port at 0 p. in. !)3 feet 0 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, May 17. River 5 rcetO
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, May 17.-Rivcr 21 feet 0
inches anil rising.
Louisville, May 17. River I) feet 0
inches and rising.
Nashville, May 17. River 7 ft 0 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, May 17. River 2 foot 4 in
ch and falling.
Ht Louis, May 17.-River 17 ft 11 inch
es and falling.
The Guiding Star from Cincinnati arrived
here yesterday at noon. She had about
1,;10() ton of freight on board, received 300
more and departed at 0 p. in.
The Belle of Shieveport from New Or
leans with a light freight ami full pitsson
gor trip passed up for Cincinnati lato last
Tho Arkansas City Irom Vicksburg pass
ed up for St. Louis at 7 p. in yesterday,
Tho Andy llmitii arrived late last night
ami departed at daylight this morning for
Memphis. Bho had a good trip.
('apt. J. 1). Mooro with his rcnowno)
packet Jas. W. Gaff is duo here this morn
ing for Cincinnati. Remember tho round
trij) exclusion rate from Cairo to Cincinna
ti nnd return is only $12 for the Queen
City and all way landings. Sno W. P.
Lambdin, Passenger Agent, nnd secure
Thu river is still declining ami the sipo
water troubles a to over for some time to
Business on tho wharf yesterday was very
Curron Redman, ono of tho popular and
efficient clerks of the Hallulay & Phillips
wharfhoats, wont to St. Louis on tho Cairo
A St. Louis Narrow-gauge Road yesterday,
lie will spend a few days with his brother
who is in business in tho "Future Great."
The Oils Fowler will mako an excursion
trip to-day from PaduciJi to Dyersburg
for tho pleasure of the Paducah folks and
tho benefit of the Otis Fowler.
Why don't sotno enterprising individual
get up a nice Btoamboat excursion party
for our Cairo pleasure seekers? Sy next
Tho rcpalrB on tho Governm cut steamer
Pete Kirns will soon bo completed and
Capt. Hugh Wortlungton will succeed im
mediately to business with him staunch
Tho City of Vicksburg from St. Louis
will report hero to-night for Now OrleaiiSj
Tho Commonwealth from St. Louis is
duo this evening for Vicksburg,
The Golden Rulo left New Orleans last
Wednesday evening and will arrive hore
Tuesday morning 20th Inst. She goes
through to Cincinnati.
The Hudson from Shawnectown psssod
up for St. Louis last night.
Tho Bollo Memphis from Vicksburg is
due up to-morrow morning for St. Louis.
The Paris 0. Brown left Cincinnati yester
day 5 p. m. on her way to New Orleans.
Tho B. S. Rhea from Nashvillo is duo
hero early to-morrow morning and leaves
on her return trip for the Rock City at 10 a.
m. same day.
A Mmi Who Mortgaged Himself.
Ono of tho most remnrkablo suits on
record is about to bo hoard beforo tho
Supremo Court of North Carolina. It
grows out of a mortgage on his own
person mndo by a whito man mimed
Jim Taker, a cotton planter, for a debt
duo li i in. This deed roads:
"I, John llando, of tho County of
Pitt, in tho Stnto of North Carolina,
nm indebted to Jim Taker, of tho
State and county nforosnid, In tho sum
of fL'fi, for which ho holds my nolo, to
bo duo on tho 11th day of January,
1384, antl to sccuro tho payment of tho
sanio I do hereby convoy to him those
articles of personal properly, to-wit:
Myself, to work with him long enough
to pay this debt, but on this special
trust that if 1 fail to pay said debt right
away, then ho, tho said Taker, or his
assigns, may sell mo at the Court
House door for credit or cash, as ho
thinks best, after giving twenty days'
public notice at three publio places,
and apply thu proceeds of such sale to
tho discharge of such debt, and inter
est on tho same and costs and expens
es of making such sale, and pity tho
surplus, if any, to mo.
"Given under my hnnd and seal this, ,
tho 14th day of January, 1884."
llando failed to pay the amount duo,
and Taker was at liborty. under tho
terms of the deed, to soil him at publio
auction. Some tinio before tho expira
tion of tho twenty days' grnco allowed
tho mortgaged debtor the news got out,
and tho Court Houso green was crowd
ed with pcoplo expecting . to witness .
the novol salo of a white man. An in
junction was granted by- the Supreme
Court, and no salo took place , Tho
Supreme Court will hoar the caso.
M m -
Mrs. Silvolllar Downing, of Now
York, has brought suit against her for
mer husband to rocover a child she
supposed to bo doad. Hor child, born
last Septembor, was a boy, and soon
Bfter it dlod and was buried. She had
suspicions that it was not her child that
died, and had the grave opened to hud
that tho body is that of a girl baby.
She now claims that the deception was
practiced on her to stoal tho boy.
Notice to Stock Owners.
Owners of hogs, horses, muloi, etc, ire
lioroby notified that the ordinance prohibit
ing stock from running at largo will be a
law on Monday, May lSth. and that It will
bo rigidly enforced on and after that date,
lw - Louis U. Muns.
The undersigned wishes to form claSMI
in the higher branches, languages and
music, also wishes to secure the custom in
tuning instruments in Cairo. 0. E, Rein
munller, basement German Lutheran Church
13th Street. Ot
David Nicholson's Liquor Bread,
(in PlIUIO MALT EXTRACT.
Barclay Bros, having porfectod arrange
ments with tlio nbovo well-known house for
tho distribution of his celebrated prepara
tion of malt, wo cheerfully commend It to
our citi.ens as the must reliablo remedy for
all ailmttits caused from a weak conatitu
tution. Nicholson's Liquid Dread ii really the
Beverage for nursing mothors.
IIS Barclay Bros.
Legal Blanks Kept For Hale
at Tim Bulletin office,
Special Warranty Deads,
Real Estate Mortgage,
Executions, Summons, Veniro,
Garnishee Blanks, Ac.
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girurd, Kan., writes.
"I never hesitato to recommend yonr Elec
tric Hitters to my customers, tney give en
tiro satisfaction ami are rapid sellers."
lCleetiio Bitters are the purest and best
medicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the
blood anil regulato tho bowels. No family
can afford to bo without them. They will
save hundreds of dollars iu doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (3)
Hiio.K ten's Arnica Salve
Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhoum, Pevor
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, ami all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give por
ted satislaction, or money reiunueu. rnco
M cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Walking Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanlcsburg, Ta.,
writes: "1 was allected with lung lover
and abscess on lungs, ami reduced to a
walking skeleton. Got a tree trial bottle
of Dr. King's Nuw Discovery for Con
sumption, which did me so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. Alter using
three bottles, found myself o.ice more a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hearty appetite, antl a gain in uesli ot 49
IbB." Call at Barclay Bros.' drug store and
get a freo trial bottle of this certain cure
for all Lung Diseases. Largo Dottles $1.00.
"Rough on Corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns.r ISo.
Quick, complete euro. Hard or soft corns,
Quick, complete cure, all anneying Kid
ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. $1.09.
"Bough on Coughs."
Knocks a Couuh or Cold endwise. For
children or adults. Troches, 15c. Liquid,
00c. At DruggislB.
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
Phairievillk, Tex., Juno 20th, 1883. -I
havo been selling drugs and medicines in
Texas for seven years, during which time I
havo sold Mcrrell's Family Medicines to
hundreds of families, to all of whom thoy
gave entire satisfaction, more especially did
Mcrrell's Female Tonio Ague Cure, Cough
Balsam and Livor Pills meet all that was
claimed for them. II. B, WiLLLiES.
Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physio is
quickly relieving costiveness, headache,
heartburn and all other bilious troubles;
25cts., largo bottle. At druggists. (G)
JJTDo it Yourself. With Diamond
Dyes any lady can get as good results. as
the best practical dyer. Every dye war
ranted true to name and sample. 10c at
druggists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Bur
My Wife's Nervous Affection.
"We had ceased to hope that my wife's
nervous affection could be cured," writes
Rev. J. A. K die, of Beaver, Ts. "Many
physicians failed to do her good, bnt Sam
aria n Norvino has cured her." At drug
Ono of the strongest proofs of the value
of Kidney Wort as a remedy for all dis
eases of tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, is
tho fact that it is used and prescribed by4
"retular" physicians. Philip 0. Ballou,
M.D., of Monk ton, Vt., says: "Take It all
in all, it is the most successful remedy I
have ever used."
Cheap Homes In Arkansas and Texas.
Along the line of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of tho choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in
healthy country, with climate nnsnrpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send yonr ad
dress to tho undersigned for copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself whon you learn that the crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate Is
allowed formoney paid for ticket! or freight
over the Companies lines. ' ,
H. 0. Towksksd, Genl Pas. Ajrt. -Bt.