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IHK DAILY CAIliO HULLlfl N: WEDNESDAY MOUNINU JULY 9, 1884.
DIM SPiiS SUMMER
OPEN JUNE I
TKUMS: 88.00 per
ANAMMS OF ON 10
8PUING NO. 1 .
Silicates .... Kj.lj
Carb of Iron 122.0
('liloiidu of Iron tnicejSulpliiitc of Inn..
Sulphate of Iron trace 'arbonutu of Irou
U'JO ; Alkalies
01 15 i Sulphate of Alumina..
4.0 ; Sulphate of Mniinesi a. .
00.0 Chloride of Sodium... .
i'i.D iC'hluriJu of Calcium..
C'liloriiit! ol Sodium .
Sulphate Alumina. .
Sulphate Maynehia .
E. A. BURNETT,
i.s prepared t' do Job Priutinir of every description from a
Dodirer to a Three-Sheet Poster on t lie shortest notice and
in the bit style, ami at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
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5 y. -
rpiKCITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVKi:.
capitai.. e 100.000:
(Jt'ticral Uank'uiir liiiMiios
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS "AMC
TIIOS. V.IIAMilIA .
IiKXAXIEIl COUNT Y
roinnicrciil Avenue ami F.iiflitli Street
P. BKOSS. l'rvidi iit.
II. WELUS, fiishlur.
I'. NrKK. Vice l'nVnt
I T. J. Kurth, A.i-'t curti
F. BroM - -'a'ro I Wliliam K'. il,u. T.-irr
Peter N'i'tF " William VV'elf..,. "
('. M OKterloh " I C O. l'atur "
K. A. Buder " 1 II. Welle
J. V. C'lemiin, C'aledoula.'.
A GENERAL BANKING Bl'SINSaS i)ON i:.
ExchangiJ fold and bought. Interest pni.1 ii
the Svlui!' Department. CuUectloii madw und
all bnlnos promptly attended to.
1E0HGE lI.VUni.50N LEACU,
PHYSICIAN Sc SUIKJKOX.
.Special attention paldto the Home ijnitMc treat
ment of snrical dUeaien. aud dieciifi ? of wumeo
and children. . ., ., .
OKKICE On liib street, opposite tL. I !
Office, Cairo, 111.
2n. j. e. stiionO,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, 11!.
VAl'OR, EI.ECTRO VAl'OK and MLDIt'A I K II
A lady in attendance.
CONSULTATION Fit EE.
jTJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ofrici-No. 13 Commorclal Avanne, botwetn
KghtUaud Nliith Street
JJ O. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AUIUST.
OFFICE tty Drug Sloro, Carhondale, 111.
TO OCTOliKK 1.
work. Special Kates to
GALLON OF WA'lEU.
NO. SPUING NO.
12. :i Silicate- 12.3
21.1 Oxide of Inn 12.1
11.0 Oxide, of Aluminum... 01. j
dO " 'Su'piihate of Manc-sin 17.8
11. iCarl.i.uic Aciil r m . . . 17.S
y-1.1 jSnlph. IIy.ln.Gis.... 105
IS 1 'Alkalies O.'i.-l
Alien .Sjm inyrs, Pone Co., Ills.
Levee. CAIRO, ILLS.
! jANK STATEMENT.
tiK TOUT OF THE CONDITI'iN
CIT V NATION A I , I IAXK
a' '-.In), III the Nite ol IilinoN
at th'; i:'.o-e of
June 21-tii, iaai.
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tion t. si tidli'U ri'i bind
either tc.i.. Hud mort
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U from ot!.. r National Lank :,.: :y,
l:! from state banks ar.'l
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li.i.i" nf (illitr i:;inki
Kmrtinn-I fiii'tr ctir.M.'Lcj,
1 i k'.ii iid ii imiii ;!') 17
loM $ l- k;', in
Mlv r li.'.Tr 1.1-..1.HH11
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tii-'i.-mttiuu f ind iili r.
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( in illation i
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1 li. '!:viiliia! (. ii..!r ciili'ic! tu
! .h-ck $
1 I --n:D 1 . rt i . :i!. nof J-jiofit.
, fr t : 111 d I'hci k
I 1 1" to o;!i' r N.iti'iii'il lutnk"..
' D:.c to Mi.'.c liaiiks lii.'l liaiik-
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I,Tli'). iV. HnilnLiy, e.i-!iiir of the above tiatiu'd
J hank, do !.-iiiliiy c.ir tint t!if aliov.- ytntciuvut
if trii . tu tin' tc-t of my knowU dm- and bi-lii f.
j Tuo.. V. HaluiiaV. Cai-lin-r.
i S'lli-rri1 i'il and orn to bi Liri- mv tniii lt day
j of Ji.lv, 1"). L. 1. BAVI.KY,
j Nut:iry l'u'i.ic
! i'oiu;i:it - ATrr t:
i I!. II. i'rvis'.iii,M, 1
I 1 '. 1). Wll.UANioN, v Diri'CtlT'.
i II. II. Cash k,
IA. II. SMITH.
tOBEUT A. MUYII
Grand Central Store.
Ox PRO. - - LLL.
fALT(D)AY BROTHER .
CAIRO, I! I.1NOIS.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND IIA"!
Egyptian Flouring Mil is
'liirlifal Cash Trie Paid for Win at.
Is a type rf cutsarh
hav peculiar "ymp
tomf. It m attended
hy an liulamcd condi
tion eftlie lining nn-m
hranc of the no-triN,
tear-duets and throat,
att ctire the 1 n n ?.
An acrid nuicun is
Is aecoiiip'inied with a
al!ifnl I'lirninL' n-nsa-tion.
Tbo e are sev
ere spasms of nec.
111 LT. frequent attacks
of blinding headache,
a waterv and iiitlamed
J s t a t f of the eves.
lily s ( -eum lia'm Is a
remedy lot.nded on a
correct illnnosl of thi disease and can tie etc
pendid u;ion. 5 c. at (legist; li'c. hy mail.
tSami'le hiittlw hv mail l' c.
fcl.Y liKOTlIKRS, Dru KUts. Owcgo.N.V.
aution lo Farmers & Dealers
For Siifely in prncurlne votir 1I.VR-
iNrjPHON IK.H SK HAY FORKS, .eiert
oniy inoHi' naviiit! iii.tcoii an uiipriin
of our Tii xna M.MiK, and thereby save
C itiiloirnes uivlni' rclliib u liiformatinn furnished
free by Mft'S and l'rop.,
A.. I. NKI.r.IS COMPANY. Pltlsburir. Pa,
Also, MTus. Ni'IMh' Mounted Floatlin; Harrows,
Agl 1 steels, O 111 1 1 Fencing, Road Uraders, dc
Tlir iisiii;-.n"iit honks fur lli'.' ) e'.r 181
h-.vi; .i;i'ii filed in my oilier, ami uro now
op' n for tins inspection ol till pnrtii s con
cernuJ; ami till purlieu are heruhy tio'iliyl
that on Monday nex', thu 14th day of July,
tho Loird of County CoinuiiHsioncra will
meet in reejiilir scsMon, to heur any cmi:
phiintrt in rela'inn thereto.
Sam'i. J. Humm,
lw County Clerk.
Oho, July 7, 1391.
Iiick, complete cure, ull unuoying -ri'y,
BlU'Mer and Urinnry Diseases!. $1.C0.
New Hoarding House.
I'er-ons beekln t;ood hour 1 ly the day
or week cun hu acconnnodated at the house,
of Mr". En d IM'heniz, on Sixth Street,
near Commercial. Rates', fJ.oO per week.
Sii)'''e iin.a'H. ''-"i centn.
Legal Blanks Kept or Mile
at The Elllk.tin ollice.
Special Warranty Decl,
(J'lit Claim Deeds,
ll'-al E-tate Mortac,
Executions, Suriim ms, Venire,
Garnishee IJlanks, &c.
"Uoiiyli 01 Dentist"' Tooth Powder.
Smooth, llefresliiDg, llirniltis, Elegant,
Cleansing, l':ei rvative and Fragrant. 15c.
A l awyer's Opinion or interest to all.
J. A. Tawney, E-q , a leading attorney
of Win-.ns, Minn., writes: "After Using it
for more tlan three year, I take great
I !ea-ure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, ns the
best remedy in the world for coughs and
ells. It his never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves the pain in the chest."
Trial bottles of this suro cure for all
throat aud lung diseases may be had free
at Ihrc'sy lir' drug store. Large size,
jbueKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hl.eum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
I') cents per box. For sale by Barclay
"Wtii's Health Renewer" restores health
and vi;i. r, cures Dyspi ps'm, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. .
An Answer Wanted
C m any one bring us a case of Kidney
or Liver complaint that Electric Bitters
will njt speedily cure' We say they can
not, as thousands of c .ses already perma
nently cured and w ho are daily recommend
ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Uright's
disease, diabetes, weak back, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. Tln-y purify the
b!o oil, regulate t tie bowels, and act direct
ly on the diseased parts. Every buttle guar
antee 1. Fur sale at 50c. a bottle by Hurt day
Time to Stop It.
It's too la''. Sir or M i lam, but don't get
frightened. Your hair is fal'.irg oil' that's
cert air. A glance in the mirror, or an in
vestigating committee of fingers tell the
dismal story. We won't discuss the possi
ble cause. It is enough that Parker's Hair
Balsam used now will prevent further de
struction. Is your hair 3 iiiu-wiiat gray,
too, and crisp; Alas, ye. The Balsam
will I'ivi? back the oiijinal color, softness
ar.d glos-. N.-t a dye, not oily, tlcgsntly
perl'unii il, a perfect dressing.
From Col. C. 1!. Maokey, :J2 1 Iowa In
fantry : I have now been using Elys
Cream Balm for three months, and am ex
periencing no trouo.e ir-iii catarru what
ever. I have been a stiff -rer for twenty
jear-'. C. II. Maekey, Sigutirr.ey, I'jv.n.
If you are tired taking the laire old
fashioned griiin,' pills try Cutter's Little
Liver Pills and take some c nil' r'. A man
can't stand even thing. Oae pill a d ue.
Walshviu.k, I i.i.., August Mill, 18$;).
After the birth of my tiist child rny
recovery was very slow, and it seemed to
me that I should never get well again.
The dociois who treated me did not seem
to understand my case, or if they did, were
unable to restore me to my former health.
I grew weaker and poorer for months and
thought I should die. Finally I was in
dueed to try Merrell's Female Tonic, and
to my joy and turpi i.-e I found myself get
ting stronger almost from the first dose, and
after u-ing one buttle I was as strong and
as well ever before. Respectfully,
Mil. MATTfE A. McPuiel.
I feel very grat'ful for the wonlerful
cures performed with Ely's Cream Balm. I
have had catarrh in its worst form for
twenty-five years. Cream Halm is the best
thiiiir I ever tried. J. P.. Kelsey, 3') Broad
St., N. Y. City.
Nothing equals Allen's Bilious Physic is
quickly relieving co:-tiveness, headache,
heartburn and all other bilious troubles;
23cts., large bottle. At druggists. ((i)
Cheap lionies in Arkans is and Texas.
Along the iire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas nnd
Pacific Railway and Internationa! and
Great Northern Railroad, Hre thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in price from
sflOO to m aud if 1.00 per acre, in n
healthy couutry, with climate uusurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkancas and Texas,
in 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you burn that the crop
f.ir ISb'.i is 50 per cent larger than that of
lSSU. 10 those purchasing land owned ty
the Company, aud paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed turmoney paid for tickets orlreight
over the Comnnnies lines.
II. C. Townseno, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
The Daily Bulletin.
oi l K. IaL 1'AI'KR Of AI.EX.VNUF.R COUNTY
h.MI.KKO AT TUB CAIRO rOKI'oFHCIi Koll
IKA.V'MIH'.'ION TIIKOlOII THE MAILS AT
M WON II CLASH RATES.
The Democratic party and the laborer;
Stale platform: "Eleventh Wo denounce
the employment of prison and reformatory
labor in such wise as to compete with labor
and industries of free and honest citizens.
Twelfth We recognize the light of all to
organize for social or materiul advance
ment, the right of wage workers to use all
peaceful and lawful means to protect them
selves agaiust the eucro .chments of money-,
ed monopolies and the right to fix the price
(or their labor commensurate with the ser
vices thiy render, and we hold that every
man has the right to disposo of his own
labor upon such terms as he may think it
wiil best promote his interests, and with
out molestation or interference by others.
The Democratic party favors buch meas
ures and policies as will promote harmony
in the relations between capital and labor
and will adequately protect the rights nnd
interests of both, and to this end we favor
the establishment as far as can be done- of
boards of arbitration to settle disputes be
tween employers ami employees, and favor
also weekly payments in canh by all cor
porations for labor performed during pre
vious week, and a complete abolition of
the 'trade system;1 and wo alsi favor such
legislation in this state as will give effec
tual security fur wages for all railroi 1 as
well as other employes."
In the northern part of this weather dis
trict the sky wis cloudy yesterday. Elsc
wl tr", excepting Cincinnati and Louisville,
it was clear or fair. IUin was reported
only Irom Louisville, .03 inches. The
barometer below 30 at every one of the 23
points reported from. The thermometer
stool between Oj and OS. St. Louis report
el it at 92 with a fall of 23; Bismarck, 73;
Yinkton, 60; North Platte, 93. Tho aver
age state of the thermometer was b4. In
the extreme northwest the wind was north
and northwest; from this poiut to St. Paul
it blew sou'h and southeast, from here
south it blew uorth and northwest.
I he Ucllktis thermometer stool as
follows at the different hours of the day
given in the diagram below:
Mr. George Steadman, the wel'-known
proprietor of the Albion Hotel, Melbourne,
Australia, writes to the Argus: "I was suf
ering from a very severe sprain in my
knee, which caused excruciating pain, and
was advised to use St. Jacobs Oi'. After one
application the pain entirely left and I
walk as well ns ever."
What is a bull?
A bull is a person who talks much
of tho prosperity of tho country, tho
vast earning capacities of tho railroads,
tho big crops out West, and then eats
a ten-cent sandwich for dinner.
What is a bear?
A bear is a person who talks much
of the depressed condition, too many
railroads, aud that everything must go
to smash. In the eveniug he occupies a
front seat in tho crack theater of tho
What is a broker?
A broker is one who, iu consideration
of a certain commission, properly sees
to it that you "go broke."
What is a put?
A put is an instrument iu writing
which secures to you tho right of put
ting your money where you will never
sec it again.
What is a call?
A call is an instrument of torture
benevolently issued by a capitalist.
Tho profits you thought you would
mako generally begin after it has
expired. Brokers sometimes accept
them ns a margin.
What is a margin?
A margin Is a sum of money put up
on your deal. It has a oatent right
for always growing smaller, and is
related by marriage to a stop order. .
What is a stop ordor?
A stop order is an electric machino
used in tiring you out of tho market.
Wall IStnd Xavs.
"Tho names one sees scattered over
town projecting on shingles from tho
Chinese laundries," say a writer in tho
Philadelphia Times, "aro not tho
names of tho proprietors, as many sup
pose, but of thu laundries. They try
to get a high-sounding title, just ns
people in this country do w ith a now
hotel or other enterprise?. 'Sam Wnh'
means tho three harmonics, which is
tho leading idea of Buddhism heaven,
earth and man. 'Sam Hop' means tho
threefold union. 'Sam Leu' inenns tho
threefold profit. 'Van Lo or Li' (they
vary In tho spelling according to tho
district thov come from) moans profit a
thousand fold. 'I putt van li' means '1
for capital, 10,000 for profit.' 'Hop Li'
means Harmony ami prom, rew, u
j any, of tho Cliinameu iu tl 'vugtoru
J cities havo any naino.
j vi- : 7 A.M.
84 1 (To P.M.
W. K LaminiN, river ntiiornf 1 HR l;rt i.i.to.
iind xteaiuiiout ia-mii r a;;elit. Order lor all
kinds. .f Kteamlioat Job pilnunK solicited. u:I;(
at Uuwei's Kiironeaii Hotel. No. 72 Ohio le.ee.
h'l.VOtS OK TnK IUVfc.lt.
Riiver marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. ni. yesterday, 22 feet 11
inches. Rise during previous twenty
four hours, 1 inch.
Chattanooga, July 9 River 0 feet 0
inches and falling.
. Cincinnati, July 8. River 5 fed 2
inches and falling.
Louisville, July 8. River G feet L!
inches and falling.
Nashville, July 8.' River 5 ft 10 inches
and falli ng.
JPPittsburg, July 8. River 3 feet 2 in
ches and rising.
St Louis, July 8. River 19 ft ;) inch
es and rising.
The Annio P. Silver left here for New
Orleans yesterday evening. She had a very
The Join A. Scu Mer from New Orleans
pai-i id up for St. Louis last night.
The Marine Ways at Paducah is full of
work aud at least seven or eight boa's are
there waiting to go on the Ways.
Tin Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati arriv
ed hero last evening. She discharged a
small lot of freight, received 300 barrels of
flour besides other freight and also a few
pa-sengers. Departed tor .Memphis at 10
The Commonwealth from Vicksbtug is
due up this evening for Sf. Louis.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Shawnectown.
The City of Cairo is due to night from
St. Louis for Yicksburg.
Yesterday was one of the dullest days of
the season in tho steamboat line.
The Wyoming from Cincinnati is due
here to-morrow for New Orleans.
The City of Sf. Louis is due here to
morrow night for New Orleans.
The Paris C. Brow n from New Orleans
will report here Friday night for Cincin
nati. Capt. Sturgeon, who partly owned and
built the famous steamer Eclipse in ld",
died last Monday in St. Louis. At the time
of his death he was a clerk in the Internal
Revenue Service at S'. Louis. The Eclipse1,
which lie commanded, was one of the finest
steamers that ever floated, and was noted
for speed an.l beauty. She was 3G3 feet
long, 52 feet wide all over, aud 12 foot
hold. Her great race with the famous A.
L. ShutAcll from New Orleans to LouL-
vil'e is a record in the annaU of steambuat-
ing that will never be forgotten. She made
the run in 4 days, 9 hours and 2) minutes
The distance is fifteen hundred miles and
stands unexcelled to this day to that point.
There is talk of the Anchor Line Inving
formidable opposition in the St. L' uis and
New Orleans trad by the Mississippi Val
ley Transportation Co., in the way of
freights at all way landings. It may be all
talk, but if truo, it will be an intere ting
Yesterday was a very pleasant day and
the great poiut of attraction was the b ill:
tin boards in front of the Western Union
Telegraph office. Everybody speculating
whose pole wi uld ''km ck the persim
mon." Sonic good little boat that h 3 nothing
to do could make it pri fitable by charter
ing or rent for excursion purpose, or iun
nmg on her own hook. We have applica
tions nenr'y every day from various parties
for a boat to make au excursion tiip.
A rough and tumble fight bi.tAeen two
well-known colored rival hack diivtr-. here
took place yesterday evening ju-t 11s the
Fowler lauded at the wharf; on" of them
used a loaded whip pretty freely and the
other a rock. The fight was declared a
draw and the police court will get tie
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at night nnd ! ktii
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth' If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhiea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, le
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mis. Wins
low's Soothing Syiup 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.
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PIU(T
Ft bottom. Pt. stave.
G x II
These tank, aro made of CLEAIt CYPKKSS, 1' j
Inrhes thb k, securely hooped and are WATLK
H(!HT. They are
Shipped wlioletind ure well Vm'ik-oiI
to prevent their beluit racked or broken Iu baud
llii. Estimate furnished for
Tanks of any Sizt.
A. HIOG9 .Sc IJKOiJ.,
217 Delord St., Now Orleans, La.
S THE TIMEJ
1, 1. .1.1 1 .
.,,.1 ..... n , - . . . - wis
. .1 uii i:.!iiuhcm lae i re ouen fr8l
Mi.i.i.;rs,hu...1l,at ui Eniptions, ItcMnj 1 o?Ur,.,
Salt Klienm.or Eczema, : sorla-., Tettei Rl!
vv,,rm. 11:, by Humors, rtemfuia. Scrofuloai Sor.5.
Ahsce.ses. aiid .llictiarKintf Wound., and
he skin and scalp are mo.t speedily aud econora
ii ally cured by the Clticuiia vu"u'u
V ' ?"VH"u auuiiuaui that dlsfliortni
IT IS A FACT.
Hundreds of letter. In our pos-csslon fcopieao!
which may be bad by return mall) ate our ant hoi?
ly r..rtlieiis,ert,on that skin, r'calp ,nd Blood
1 "r- "hi ther Scrofulous, Inherited, ot Con-
tat-'lous. may.NOWbeyerrnaiieDtly cured by Ctrr
nt iix Khv.i.vkst. thu n-w Blood Puritter, Inter
i.aily, and e itxciu and TeTtcrm Hoap, th
Kr- -it son ( tires and lieatitifl-rs. externally in one
half the time and at one half the expense of anr
othur season. . '
GREATEST ON EARTH,
r t rii nu ItEwhoiKs are the (create,! medicine!
on earth. Had the worst ca-e Salt liheum in this
country. My mother luj it twenty years, and in
lai-t died Irom It. I believe Ccitccka would have
saved her life. My arms, breast and head were
covi n d tor three years, which nothing relieved or
cured, until lined the Clticuiia Rasor.viNT, in
ternally, and t'tTH Ira and CTT rnu SoAPexter
"al'.y. J. VV. Adams, Newark, O.
GREAT BLOOD MEDICINES.
The half has r ot b en told a to the great enra
tive rowers f the e'l Ticem Rfmhiiw. I h.
paid ti'itirired r f rti.l ar- for medicines to enre die-
eases oi tne taocil and .kin. aud never found any
thing yd to equal the C'itii cha RKManmu.
Pnnideuce, R. I. Ciias. A. Wilxuxs.
CURE IN EVERY CASE.
Your CiTin ha Remedies outnell a'l other med
icines I keep for iklu diseases. My customer,
and patienes hay that they have eft cted a cure In
every instance, where other rem. die. have failed.
II . VV. RnocKWAf, M. D.
Frauklm Fulls. N. U.
Soldhy all rtrupal.tH. Price: Ce-TicniA.50cta.s
Rksoia e.vt, 81 : Sup. iScta. roTTEii Onto and
Ciikmc tin . Boston. Moss.
Scud for "llow to Cure Skin Disease.."
I A TTrPVr for sunburn. Tan and Grea
)LjI.J J. 1 sv Skin. ItlRi-khHada. Plmr.
I"S. Skin blemishes, aud infantile Rumor, nao
CcTiecnA Scap, a rial Buautltler.
SA.N FUKD iS KADICAii CUKE
Complete Treatment with In
haler lor One Dollar.
The Great Bals amic Dl.tlllatton
of Wlch Hazel, American Pine,
t.annila Kir, Marigold, Clover Bloa-
om, etc , caiieil SANronn a Kami
cm. Cuiie, for the immediate relief
and permanent cure of every form
of Catarrh, from a simple Cold in
the Bead to loss of smell, Taste and
Hearing, Couch and (atarrhal
Consumption. Complete treat
ment, consisting of one bottle Rad
ical (ere, one h( i Catarrhal Solv
ent, ami one Improved Inhaler, in
o e packaue, mav uow be had of
til Druirc'Hts forl. Ask for SAX
Foiiirs ItAOlCAL Cl'ltii.
The only absolute snrcltlc w e know nf " Mnil .
Times. "The best we have found tu a lifetime of
siiilTin'."-nev. Dr. WIl'L'Iii. Boston. "After a,
lonit strin.'Bl.i witn C atarrh, tlm Uadical Ccrr has
coi '.niicred.' liev. S. V. Monroe, I.ewisbniuh,
ra. -l Have not round a case that it did riot re
lieve at once." Andrew Lee, Manchester. Mass.
Pottkii Data and CiiRMtfAt. Co., Bolton,
New Life fer Shattered
Nerves, Painful Muscle.and
eakeued Organs. Col.ina
olatlc Electric Plaster In-
stiu.tly allec:. the aervone
system and banishes pain,
no. vousness and debility. A
perfect Llectro Oalvanic Bat
tery l ombiued with a highly
meuicinai piusu r lor
Sick IToarlnoho and relieve all tho trouble Inci
dent to a bilious state of the system, inch as t)iz
tiness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distre.. after eating.
Pa n in the Side, Ac. While their most Kfllttrk
able success has been shown in caring
HcadachP.yet Carirr'sLlttlo Liver Pillsafe eritiall j
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
thi. annoying complaint, w hile they also correct
all disorders of tho stomnch, stimulate the liver
aud regulate the bowels. ven if they only ciuvd
Aehfi fhry vronld bcalmftst priceless to those who)
BUil'.T f r .m this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately their goodness does not end here, and thoso
Vho once try them will find these little pilla valu
able i n so many ways that they willnot be willing
to do wiiLout them. Dut after all sick Uci
Ts the bune- of co many live, that hero I. whers w
make our great Loiut, Our pilid cura it wtulj
Others do not. , .
Carter's Littlo Ih-rr Pills arc very email and
very easy to tak. One or two pilla makea do.
They are strictly veptablo and do no! gripe or
rtir?, but by their gentle action please all who
usetliem. In vialsat ajcents; flvo forl. guldj
ly lirugists cvay where, or lent by mad,
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. Sew York-'
salt nin-r.M. kczkma, sckofcla, scald
III id, i:nipi'!:is. 'Ivtter, Hives, Dundnitr Hurber'a
Ii.li, rimVli'1, Mini!', e'arliuiii lis, riant Cuisouina
an I I'.u-.iiioi w.iiin.is, Uliinnoriu, suiiburu, and
ill .lipases of the Skill.
I-1 r 1'ilis, Wounds, Cuts, fleers or Core., no
yi'iinilv Ih wi iminpt in sootbliiK ami healing a.
l'ui'ill in skin Cure. It does not imart ur burn.
DinrtiMi in len Imiguaijtt anumpany tttry Mill,
ABSOLUTELY CURD 3
NASAL CATARItll, ACITF. or CIIUOSIC COLD
in the Head, lleou Cold, Ilrulicbial Catarrh aud
Cleanse, the no.trils. permits natural breaihlnj,
and hrevems (ncrutlatluii.s, sniittles mid neezln(r.
It Is a ;'i iile l ure tor Cold In the Head whh'b
1. tuusol ty sudd, n cliuntje. In the alimisi here.
DirtctiiMS in ttti tiuyittijj(i uccunijKiiiy txxry fault
PAFILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
rcU SALE BY ALL rRCO01BT.
For Salo bv
PAUL G. S0IIU3I,
Snecial Ants, in this citv.
Tho Daily Bulletin,
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