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IHfc DAILY UAIKO HULLKTIN: SATUltDAY MORNING JUNK as, 1884.
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rpilKCIl Y NATIONAL HANK.
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71 olllo LF.VEE.
OA PITA I.. 100.000!
4 ueiM.'i'iil Banking l'u-iiu-s.-i
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jNTKIU'lUSM SWING BANK
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F. HrnM . .1 u rn I n'l'ani K! u e i
I'eti r Net!'. . '. I il.inm W.il!..,,
C in .t, r!.ib ' C. . lUr '
E. A. llii l. r " I II. VVt-i;
AOENEiiW BANKING 'X-i:' S .) iN".
If vi.li u 1. ...'.( n,1 li.v !riV".- : . ! I
the Saving Lr.tm.ot. Cui!f.i.n tun i- .
all buniuciK (irirniiiit aitctiiJ ic.
QK(K:i: ilAKUISoN LKACII, M. P.
num'iif ur;cal Uii-c and 0cac of womet
OKKR'K On Hih etritt, oi'jitKito tlie Toft
oftice, Cairo. Ill
129 Connucrcial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAI'OU, ELKOTUO-VAI'OU and MEDIOA TKD
A lajy in attendance.
JjK. E W. '.VIIITLOCK.
Oprua No. 13.' C"iawfc:s: A.nli. b::wf...n
b?l t'j :id Nli.'.h Street
G. PARSON'S, M. P.,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
OFKICE-City DrtiK Store, C'ar'oondale, 111.
'rJV.U T LI
13G &138 Coml Ave.
have received a full And complete lino
ol new Fall and Winter
Cloaks, Polmans, KoiioiH, Etc.
A heavy stock of Body l!ru"e!, Taper
tnea and lnurain
A full slock of Oil Clothe, all lzef and prices.
Clothing & Gents Furnish'g Goorls
A full and tompli to atock Is now beinu
cloned out at great bargains.
CJoods at Hot torn I'ricesI
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Successcr to Clias. T. Xewland ami
II. T. Gcrould.)
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fit
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
CAIRO, : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumps furnished and
put np. Aireut for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP",
ho bent pninp ever Invented. Now (las Fixtures
nrnlsbed to order. Old fixtures repaired and
tJobblng promptly attended to. 319-tf
3 W - ., - S
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0. AV. HENDERSON,
No. r.HCommei'rial Avi.,
?ltk' Aircnt I'm Hid Ct'lebrutt il
Manufacliircr and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron M
UEADQL'ALTITiS f Oil
llulldfru' iluril n-iire and Curpeiit'T' Toole, Tai'e
and Vtu kH ilti'.ry, lie-t iu the r.nrkrt. It.jfc'er
llron.' I'luied K nt v Kuncf uim Stiuoim, (iraiilte
Inm Wiire. Heniu Eurttu nwure vV'hitf Mountain
Freest!., Water Ciiolerrt, licfriira'i.r-, C'lothvl
W'ri niri rf . C'ruwii F. titer-. St p Laddfi, (iardeii
Iniplcini'tiir. (i'llden Star 0:1 Stuves- net Iu the
world, l.iimpn ol everv (leJi rl. tinn. Klalu ll.
Carp-1 Swe. per-, F Htler J M -1 r-. Hrooiu. Win
dow Screen W-ic t.iotli, l nil Ml,.(.iy ol Fiibilt(
'I'lie fiove "t roetc liottom prlfe'.
''orinT I .'ill at.d Cumtiiereia. Avenue, Cairo. M.
CIO CITY LIVERY. FEED and
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CoiniiU'iciiil Av , bet. 8th & 9th .St-.
N. B. I IIISTLEWOOI), Propp.
Oootl Toi'iionts at Ueu-ionaljle Kates.
11 liJi'm's br:iTilfil and well ear'l
TKLKI'HuNK No. 15.
u it. pmni.
CUBKitT A. fXlTlf
(iraml Central Store.
OKA I. KltS IN
I I A a.
Patrick T. JIcAlpine,
I.. aiKr in
Mrulo to Unlcr.
jtt. St., h. Oil" I.evee ii Co!i;m--r. ial Ave.
Ki'ltaii in? neatly done at slmrt notice.
XIV YOUK STOUH.
SVIIOLK.'-.VI. o AND LE'AU..
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TflK CITY.
GOODS SOLD Vi:KV CLOSf
NEW YOUK STORE CO,
.or, Nute'. jeni'. :rout I i 'l'l' I J1
fouinercial Avurne ' 'flUO. Ill
Matiufactarvr and Dealer In.
titb Street, between Com"l Ave. aud I.evee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
AIL KINDS OF A MUNITION.
Sure Hfonlred, All Kind" ol Keys Made.
W. 8TKATT0N, Cairo. T. Illltl), Missouri.
STKATl'ON & BIKl),
No. 57 Ohio Lotoc, Cairo, I'I.
tyAitonts Amarlcaa l'owdor Co.
'if!'!!, RAI.N AND !IA
Egy ptiauFlouringMil is
ill ?bi.t Cash Pri".e PkIiI lor WLtat.
i 'Jj fj
Ilie K'nlar Cairo & l'atlncah Daily
iSSi GUS I'OWLKR
IIF.M.'Y r . TAY(.M!, Va-t."
OKOUdi: .lljli;.. Clerk.
V,V"" 1 '"r ''' '"' dH.ly (Sil)els fXPept-
1!) at Ha 111 , and M.n.iil I itv it I p 1,1. Ketnrc
li. leave fa ro at 4 11.1,1. ; M ,inil ( itv at 5 i . in .
3Irs. Kmily Bowers,
Mm. AMANOA CI.AIiIiSON. A Kent.
No. -itU rtt., 'airo, 111.
tii,iil S'.ii-.k una I'rite IleasonaMe.
85 S. Clark St., Opp. Court House. CHICAGO.
A rnff'ltrir f.r. l mtn. ATrTh n I II fi. .....
In thn L'iMt"l M.a'es, liu,u i.n k i.oM, t i hill i.Nei-:,
pcrft-el Llflilorl a'"l p'lrtl 111 'I.CIIIO illsllM hl'KKI Y
aiel l'KUM.sKr ci'iiK of all I'r.iatr.. i.hronit! ainl
.Vrv.en lli.-.-iv. A llccl mm of ttio Jdo.nl, Skin,
Kl.lnel., l;uld,.., I iiiiHlona, ( leer, Old
Snri-D, Su e I II ii of tlie . lurid. , t Mnuili.
'ill out, lt.uin JiiIii, iieriimueutl eurud aini
tirad:catt'd liuui tbo fr)3tem fur Uu.
II C P V fl ! I C Jh JVrt'nni,Srminal
I1I.UI UUi) I.sss,Sixiiiil Itiray, Mvntul
and l'hifsical IVi.ik.s, 1'tiilhnj Stmnri,
Mtiili l'.'j'S, Stunted Ihti-lophtcul, Imperii
Mi nts to Mnrrlntjf, etc., from cjrcriaea or an;
catu; mrctUUj, ffilij and primMy Cured.
Sir Yoiiiik. M i.lille-AKeil nd OUI men, and all
iii neeil ue-.ln.al "kill met exierlenee,c niuit
itr. ll.t'.e m u:i m. il.n f,p.nim eo-' notiuiifc'. and may
havq fut'iri nn&. ry arei fftiaiiio. ijen inconvenient
tu vijl tlei e. f.-r tre?itm lit, iti.-iln.ire can to .-nt
fcUTywh-jro t-y n.-ul f.r evf-reh IVe IVnru oI.noi'.
vailun, gfli n -if--Mj..nt .tiu.t ai.lnieian who
' '' a"oti..n to a c'a-i of di-ean-a at.
tuln Krent U i 1 1 . ail phvsic-iar.-ithroiu.ln.-i' tin)
country, i,norti:-i. i ,n. fr"'n,.nt It r'i-onirnenr1ilitlicu!t
ca.fls t u.j lili.t NiecluiUt, jy wIkjui every
known gnl reniedy ii u e l. J-Dr. liate'J
Air and I vi-i h-iu e r.aV.i 1, 11 opinion of mi.
rrero? Inirx ruuiee. ff-'lnnsn wiio ciil sen no
cne ti'it t tie I) n't -.r. i -iTi'tilt .ii ion: frei. and wacriMlly
confident lal. I an-i wni.-u hav e failed in otiiaininrf
relief t-i-.- Anere. f-.;n.o.a!'y solieit.-d. Kemnie Ii-pa-.es
trei..d, ('a!l or uri'. il-nir-i. fr un 1 to 4
to ; Mjn.lav-. 1 to I'i. OWitiL -l litAHU
fci:NT I-'i'.f.k. Ad.lrt-M, an above.
WEAK, UN D EVELO PEG PARTS
OK 'I liK iilMAN linliy I.I.AKi.KO, IlKVKI,
(TrtJ). M i.i Si . I lit- M.I', ' K'.-' i-an ii,.r.-.:i,3
- i wi;.' r ;:i ii: .f ; r. 1:. rrj-iv t-.n
a 'i -,f. ; ii m r r- i - n , . . j. !. ti- i t
fil i; ' M 1 i. -!iT :'ir ;', :,! iv.-rM - -r- ,ir
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Ttiouin -1 ff"Mfi "f X-rTf,0 ptMntr,Ditn
ll aul 'iii l i-4Kii.-ft. lit nia)iii'.'l,iir
ou ,:oirttll. a. ti.e letiuit of!-, ii j.-.oit' (,,
I .1- BA.,. uf T , ln.ene.,Ul, UCDUIT A
VH ri" I IjJ 12 C-T,t Ti
an tr.fuiti'jle evre fur 1'llea.
Price $ 1 , at druppuita, or
sent prepaid t y mall, t-amn'c
QOnir-l -MORPHINE HADIT
m 111 iltm. now clT.-n Utny Vihtrt-f
t. ria fur kimir nuirkly festj pft1nlflf, F r t. trr.o.
fcU u 1 rw-l -rfTT'itfifrm !ilf:m ni lirnl iTiutr.l'trirM
11. Ii. WNh, a.D., lU0kJtoBbU,9iw urk(Uj.
W. F. r.AMnniy. river editor of rne lintETiH
and steamboasf pafer.L.'or at'ent. Orders for nil
kind" nf steiiintiiist jnh iniiifini; soiirited. Office
a Kuir'i. Kiiropeim Hotel. No. 7J Ohio levee.
M.SCF.LI.ANLOUa I TKMS.
C'Hj.t. Hi ury Taylor, whilst cr-jsing ou to
wlnrlb 'ftt Nd. 2 yc3t'ihy eveninct just
after the Fowler ha J hunled, caught his
fot: in one of the chain.-, which is atttchei.1
to the t-.h'iro an 1 wharfbat. lie fell heav
ily ami s'H'.r.ntd a fracture of the elbow.
A 'hjsic'nn barutagoii his ami, and we
hc.pe tint in a few Jays he may be all right
Ti e City of New Orleans left lure for
the South tit 0 o'clock p. in. yi-stenhy.
She hail a gi'o.l tri.
The City of Vick-burg arrived here at 5
p. in. yesterilay with a line trip, and de
parted at 8 for Vicksburg.
Tin rj will bt' no Memphis to-day I'ruin
Cinciiiiiaii. Tlie Andy Uuiiu which has
hi I v.p on acc'.u-it of W.w will
have another boat t-i sul'stiiute lier place
The Wyoming from New Orleans is due
lure to-day for Cinciiinsti.
1 he J'niU'S . G ilf from Memphis i due
here tit-morrow morning for Cincinnati.
See IVsengt r Ag' nt W. F. I.ainbditi mid
get your tickets. Also, remember that .$10
will liuyatoit'id tickit from Curotothe
Atlantic Ocean via the 0 itf to Cinc'mnati,
thence rail Ka?t.
The M iry II iiiston has laid up at Cin
cinnati fur the season.
Laborers can get good wages and trans
pnr'aiion to tlie works at Gobi Dust by ap
plying to Fat M tckler, at H iilroad Home.
Nearly all uf the Southern Transporta
tion Line havo laid up at Cincinnati, and
as soon as Hob Jones nominates Tildon at
the Chicago convention he will go to Flo
rida to see about his orangt crop.
The popular Hudson wiil arrive here
this evening for St. Louis. If you want to
travel in comfort aud be fed and entertain
ed by the jolly crew, take the Hudson.
Capt. John Grillith commands.
The Dayou Sar i leaves St. Louis this
this evening fur New Orleans and will re
port here Monday morning.
The C'ommouwealth leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg, nnd is duo here to
Capt. John Griffith, of the Hudson, arriv
ed litre Friday evening on business for his
p icket, the Hudson. Our merchants and
shippers will Ibid Cpt. Griffith a prompt
and reliable, business man, and will do
well to eutrusi their St. Louis and other
shipping to his care.
Mr. Hmdall lkllowp, a prominent St
Louis and Tennesseo and Ohio Uivers pilot,
is in tho tow n open for an engagement.
Tito Daily Bulletin.
ill. K tt.e, liio young man who lias
raised such a hub bub about tho Howard
mob, has now vity wisely concluded to let
the whole milter ilrnp, nnd we can only
hope that ho will nt find himself in the
position of the man who, having caught a
eood hold of a red-hot poker, couldn't let
0 again. Mr. K.ttlu stands in a very un
enviable position. It appears uow that he
acted entirely by himself in this whole mat
ter, and that his object was blackmail. He
went to Justice Hied Monday morning last,
all by hiuoifclf and perfectly sober, and
made an affidavit to the elfect that he bad
personal knowledge of those who composed
the mob that hung Nelson Howard, but
mentioning the name only of Atex. Mil-
burn as oue of the party. He swore out a
warraut for Milburu's arrest, had himself
appointed a deputy sheriff and came down
liure to arrest Miibuin. When he served
his warrant Milburn told him to "go to
." He- told Milburn ho did not want
to arrest him. He was sorry for what he
had done, hut he couldn't help it now. All
he wanted now was a little money and he
would lctve this section of country. He
also exhibited a list of names which, he
said, had been obtained from a woman
lown town to whom one of the party had
disclosed the whole secret and given all the
names. He probably expected Milburn
and the others whose names appeared in
his lut to ''fork over" liberally in order to
keep him quiet. But he was mistaken i'd
this idea. The boys didn't scare worth a
cent and he has been compelled to make
strenuous efforts to let go and crawl back
into his little hole. As intimated before,
whether he will he permitted to crawl back
uow unmolested is somewhat doubtful. It
is just probable that the men against whom
he plotted will not rest under the stigma
he bus placed upon them in his affidavit
and in his vervel ramblings; It is just likely
that they will now compel him to carray his
scheme to ito.legitimate en I compel him
to go before the properly constituted tri
bunal, aipl there either make good his
charges or stand convicted of a most infam
ous attempt to extort money from thtm to
gain a few paltry dollars by a bold, out
rageous plot involving! sacrifice ol the good
names, the liberty and the lives of a score
of innocent mm! It is barely possible that
Kittle will be able to meet such an emer
gency, but it is not probable at all -in fact
tiiere is a very strong probability just the
Qcinxy, Cal. The luuias National says
that tush L:own was suffering severely
with a bruised foot in bed, but one applica
tion of St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-re
liever, cured him in fifteen minutes.
LIST OF I-ETrEHS REM AINI-NH C.VCAI.I.ED
FOR IN THE POSTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL.
SATUltDAY, JC.NE 23, 1SS-1.
Agustean S 11 Britton, Marrett
Barrett, Maggia Uracy, Merliuda
Barnes, Lucy Bland, Hettie
Barret, Lmma Barber, Glendora
Cornish, Marsella Camps, Mollie
Carroll, Johance Coalman, Annie
Dickey, Evelyn Doud, Ellen F
Forgey, Jos B Garrison, Jeaie
Garrett, Bettie Heel, Sarah C
Harris, Lizzie Hunter, Emma
Hays, Allice Johnson, Minnie
Johnson, May King, Mattic A
Lupton, Emily Metcalf, N P
Mortow, Mora Meyer, Josio
Anchester, Ilattio Morgon, Adlinc
Mitchell, Agness O'Donell, Katie
Dixon, Jennette Osburn, Allice
IVterman, Maggie Rawias, Adline
Shores, Mrs Thomas, Loultt J
Tanner, Msdun Taylor, Kercellia
Tuttle, Julia Thomas, Hannah
Taylor, Eliza A Thomos, Armanda
Arckem, Mam Andrews James
Axley, GW Allen, Kobt
Bird, S J Beasley, Joshua
Couip, W C 2 Cummings, W L
Collins, John Chambers, Johu
Coyne, Herman Couch, Addison
Freeman, J P Fentress, Carter
Griffin, H B Garfield, Pat
Horton, W A Paterson, Paterson 2
Hardy, M Hursty, A
Johnsou, William II Jockson, 0 D
Juppe, Madison Jones, Louis
Johnson, Jmnes L Kueffer, Eniel
King, Alfred Linch, T II
MclUvens, L II Move, J E
Mitchell, I E More, A L
Owans, Harisoti Obrien, Daniel
Pullard, W II Picket, Louis
Phillips, Guo Plater, Charles
R ibinsonWilbur Rendlcman, Jos
Reed, Charley Singlemon, Geo P
Starkwellc, Fred S Tuck, T II
Thomas, John Washington, Theo
Walling, Mat Young, 3 A.
Persons calling for tho above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. MuitPiiY, Postmaster.
It is a saying oft repeated that thera
is nothing new under tho sun. But
thero is nil tho samo. Wo don't believo
that "ostrich cgs boiled" ever nppear
cd on any hotcd dinner bill at least
in tho United States until yesterday,
when it was found by tho guests of tho
Florenco Hotel of this city on tho
dinner bill last evening. And tho eggs
were thero, the enterprising proprietor
having procured a number of, Mr.
Johuson, of tho American Ostrich
Company, Tho etrgs wcro laid iu this
city n short time before the birds wcro re
movod to tho farm noar San Luis Roy.
Tho guosts, without exception, pro
nounced them to bo of a dolfcato flavor,
much hotter than lions' eggs. San
One ul' Mis Nino f,lvcs.
"I had n foosi.T uiiet as lickl a cat."
Tho hero of this remarkable) state
met stood in the middle of a group of
admiring hearers under the lamp-post
lit Eighth and Chestnut recently, titnl
his twinkling eves Hashed defiance.
"Don't believe it, do you? ll's h
fact, though. 1 us' t' live over hero in
Darby township. 1 had a farm-lot up
thar potato patch, barn, chickens, an'
all th' lulu's. One o' tho chickens I
lied wuz a corker a regTar ol' he-devil
rooster, ho wuz an' ho an' th' cat
wuz alwuz a-lightin', but alwuz at a
distance, 's tho' th' wuz afeared o'
"Ono day I wuz a-sittin' under a
tree, never thinkiu' o'uothin', when all
of a suddint 1 hears a n'outlandish hol
lerin' liko as tho' it warn't nothia'
human, an' when I ups an' goes iut'
th' barn-yard, what d' yer 'sposo I
sees? Why, that tarual cat a-rollin'
over an' over, an' tho rooster a-rollin'
and a-rollin' and both a-rollin' over
t'other, nu' all th' time) a-howliu' an'
a-scrcechiu' an' th fur an' tho feathers
a-llyin' only tho rooster was nearly
alwuz on top ami tho cat tinder-ncatli
"An' thar th' kept it up fur nigh
a'nour mo not a-interferin', but jist
a-watchin' t' see th' fun out. All of a
suddint tho cat goes to shiverin', an'
tho rooster catches 'ini i' th' eye, an'
Mr. Cat falls back dead as as as a
Tho interest of tho crowd as tho old
man proceeded was intense.
"An' tho rooster why ho jumps up
an' crows liko mad and ruillos his
feathers that is what wuz left on 'em,
an' walks away, proud as all-fired cre
ation. After the rooster goes away tho
cat opens ono eyo kinder sly like and
looked around, as much as to say "
"I thought you said tho cat was
doad," remonstrated a doubter, whoso
incredulous looks betrayed his want of
confidence in tho narrative
Tho old man griunen.
"So ho was," ho chuckled; "but ho
only lost ono o' his lives, and whon
tho rooster d elis peared ho tips arul
walks away with t'other eight as lively
as a half-drowned kitten-" I'hilwkl
Tar Smoke for Diphtheria.
Ruth Lock wood, tho !)-year old child
of Thomas Lockwood, a compositor in
tho TinKS office, becamo violently ill
with diphtheria on Tuesday night. Sho
was so weak that it wa3 deemed dan
gerous to try tracheotomy, or cutting
open the windpipe. On Thursday Dr.
Nichols, who was attending her, re
ceived a copy of the Paris Figaro,
which contained a report made to tho
French Academy of Medicine by Dr.
Dehhil. Dr. Delthil said that tho va
pors of liquid tar and turpentino would
dissolve the fibrinous exudations which
choke up tho throat in croup and diph
theria. Dr. Dchhil's process was described.
He pours equal parts of turpentino and
liquid tar into a tin pan or cup and sets
lire to tho mixture. A dense resinous
smoke arises, which obscures the air of
"The patient," Dr. Delthil says,
immediately seems to experience re
lief; tlie choking and rattle stop; tho
patient fid's into a slumber, nnd seems
lo inhale the smoke with pleasure. The
fibrinous membrano soon becomes de
tached, au l the patient coughs up mi
crobicide. Tiiese, when caught in a
glas, may bo seen to di-solvo in tho
smoke, in the course of three days
afterward the patient entirely recov
ers" Dr. Nichols tried this treatment yes
terday with little Ruth Lockwood. Sho
was lying gasoing for breath when he
visited her. First pouring about two
tablespoonfulls of liquified tar on an
iron pan, ho poured as much turpen
tine over it and set it on fire. Tho rich
resinous smoko which ro.so to the ceil
ing was by no means unpleasant. As
it tilled the room the child's breathing
became natural, and as tho smoko rrew
denser siie fell aslcp. l'ii!adc!piii
Siran-'o KnirlUli Punishment.
A member of tho house of commous
has felt it his duty to question Lord
Hartington about a curious punish
ment winch it was lately sought to iu
lliet upon a private in tho militia, says
tho St. James' Gazette. The man's of
fense was spitting ou parade, for which
tho adjutant ordered him an extra half
hour's drill with a stono in his mouth.
The sentence which is certainly not
worth saying much about reminds
ono of somo of those pronounced by
Mr. Falcon, tho excellent first lieuten
ant in "Peter Simple." In fact, mar
tial law, whether on shore or afloat,
has often displayed touches of origin
ality not ordinarily to bo found in tho
procedure of tho civil courts. Our
Richard I., for example, who did little
iu the way of regular legislation, pro
luulgated'quito a striking codo of law
for the maintenance of order in his
fleet. Thus, if any man killed another
on board lie was to bo fastened to tho
dead hody and be thrown overboard,
"lie who drew blood from another by
wilful blow, or struck him with a weap
on, was to lose hia hand; a hand blow
that caused no blood was to bo pun
ished by ducking the offender thrice.
" A thief was to be shaven, hot
pitch was then to bo poured upon his
head, and the feathers of a pillow shak
en over it, as a mark whereby ho might
be known; and he was then to bo turn
ed ashore ou the first land at which tho
ship might touch." This last wo take
to be one of the. earliest instances of
tarring aud feathering on record.
An absolutely exact strnight-odgo of
more than thirty-six inches is a wonder
of mechanism. Ono of six feet was
not recently believed possible, although
several had been made on different
plans of web-liko aud truss construc
tion. It lias been claiuiod, however,
says Engineering, that almost absoluto
exactness has Leon socured by a
straight-edge twelve feet long. Tho
applianco looks liko an arched truss,
the highest spring of tho arch being
only tweuty inches in a length of
twolvo feet. Tho spaco between tho
chorM and the spring 1b filled with di
agonal lattice-work. Such a tool is
invaluable In testing latbo and planer
Notice to Bidders.
The undersigned are prepared lo receive
bids for tho following priviluges at St.
Mary's Park on tho Fourth of July :
1 stand for confectionery, ice cream and
1 stand for eatables.
1 stand for lem mado, cider, cigars, bot
tled soda, etc.
Dancing floor privilege will bo let to any
responsible party, on onditun that ha
furnish orchestra, floor, seats, etc.
By order of Committee.
Joe St k ac. ala,
N. B. TllI.-TI.KWOC D,
A. SwoiioDA, Secretary.
For Kent or Sale.
A nice cottage, 8 rooms, good order, on
Walnut Street, opposite loth Street School
House. Inquire of G. JI. Alden. Ini
House For Kent.
Mrs. L. E. Williamson offers iier Seventh
Street house for rent. The house is in good
repair, suitable for boarding house. if
Aii End to Bone Scraping.
Edward Shepherd, of Ilarrishurg, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
running sore on my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ard
my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 2oc.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
Huckien's Armoa Salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Coins, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money ref Uudeet. I'rico
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Startling Discovery,
ilr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
rcmedits tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King s
New Discovery ft r Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, w hich had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B .-tiles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
The Half wtw Xcver Told
of tlie wonderful powers and virtues of
that best of all medicines, Kidney-Wort.
It has been tried and proved. Its cures
are numberless and tho record of (supposed)
incurable cases that have y ielded to its in
fluence, is astounding. If you have trouble
with your kidneys, liver or bowles, if you
sutler from constipation and piles, if you
are a victim of rheumatism or malaria,
take Kidney-Wort. You wiU find it the
remedy you need.
A Fair OJIer.
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 young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
Absolutely the best Porous Tlaster ever
made. The Hep Plaster is composed of
Fresh Hops, Balsams and Gums. Weak
Back, Side Ache, Sore Chest, and all pains
are speedily cured by its use. Apply one.
Only 25 cets. at any drug store. (3)
Pint of the Finest Ink for families
or schools can bo made from a 10c. package
of Diamond Dyes. Try them. All drug
gists keep them. Wells, Richardson & Co.,
Burlington, Vt. Sample Card, 32 colors,
snd book of direction for 2c. stamp.
No Grease for Him.
"When Greeco her knees Greece her
knees Greece her knees," stammered an
embarrased school boy, forgetting tho next
lino of his recitatiou. "Thero is no occa
sion to grease anybody's knees," shouted
his teacher. "Go and study your piece."
Neither is there occasion to grcaso your
hair. Parker's Hair Balsam is all the
dressing you want. Restores the original
gloss aud color to gray or faded hair. Does
not soil t lie linen; not a dye; good for tho
scalp; prevents falling out.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
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 Jlrs. Wins-
low s Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lievo tho poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhiea, regulates tho stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens tho 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,
nnd is forsalo'hy all druggists throughout
the world. Price 23 cents a bottle.
Cheap Iioiiies in Arkansas anil Texas,
Along the lino 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 grazim
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $-1.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climato unsurpassod
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1S32, and makeup your mind to go and
soe for yourself when you learn that the crop
for t883 is CO per cent larger than that of
1882. . To those purchasing laud owned by
tho Company, and paying ono-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed fonnooey paid fortickotg or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townpbnd, Ocn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.