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UK DAILY 0A1UO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING JULY 19, 1884.
OPLN JUNE I TO OCTOKElt 1.
TEliMhs: S8.UO per week. Special Mains to
Families on Application.
AN AM SIS UF ONE GALLON OF WA'l Ell.
SlUtlNG NO. I.iSI'HIXGNO. iZ. SIM UNO NO.
laib of Iron Silicates
Chloride of Iron tractySiilphatc of Inn..
Sulphate of Iron tn.ei ,(.'ai bonute of Iron
Alkalies :;:)0 l.Ylkalies
Chloride ol S ) .
Sulphate A t u i)i i ri ii . .
Sulphate Magnesia. .
Ol d Sulphate of Alumina.. 00.7 ISulphhate of Magnesia 17.8
4.,.0 iSulphateof Magnesia. . 11.
Ii0.fi ('li'.iri'le of Sipiliuin... . i l.l
:J2.0 Chloride of Calcium.. 1.4
E. A. BUENETT,
is iivi,ircJ t do Job Print imr of every description from a
Dodder to a Thrce-Slicf-t Poster on the 'shortest notice and
in tlit1 best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and jjjet his prices.
OFFICK.-No. 7ii Ohio Levee. CAT HO, ILLS.
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R. B. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
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B l.nuiH C iro K. K 5 p. tn.
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II p. m.
ii a. m .
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Mine loi;r ii-nven wen., .ion.
" depart Wed., l'ri. A Sun.
PO. cep del. up n from 7::;e am toT:11 inn
PO.liox de!. i), cr Irom fia.m !o!p. in.
SnndavK set. did. open Irom.... Ma. m. to 111 a.m.
SundayH hox del. open from. ...tin. in. to 10:30 am
t-NOTK.-l'haivNs will ha pn'ili-hed fn.m
timo to time tn city I i'I'ith. t'han'.'e ynvr earn; ar
tordiUKly. V M . .11 . .M L l 1' I i . I . -M
Electric ApplliiKM ar tent on 30 Days' Trill.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
liriio urn miirerlni frum Ninmca Pkiiii.itt,
V IWT VlTAI.Itr, I.ArK OF NnllVK Folll H AND
Vmon, Wastino WKAKNKiniti. anil nil thmiMllseasej
of a Prhhon At. Nati'ih nmulOiiK fnim AneiKi anj
Otiirh Cai'sks. HH'wly relief ninl enmplete resto.
ratlutiur IlKAi.Tn.VluoHniiil M Asii.iniiuiinNrKrn.
The Krnnileiit illeery of ilin Mni'ti'i'iitli ontiiry.
Siiiilatiiiii'i) turlllUKtrattMl 1'nnipliletfriw. AililreM
VOITAIO BIITCD., WAR8HAU, MICH. ,
MHWIWIIMI Hill milMillll I IIIIWIIII I I
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. . i2M .Silica .- 12.1!
, . Oxide of Irun 12.1
.. 11.0 Oxide of Aluminum... 04 5
Carbonic Acid Oa 17.S
u!ph. Hydro. Ois 10.5
J. I). LK.MKX, Lwsfo,
Allen Splines, 1'ope Co., Ills
IMU'KUSMONA I, CAKIH.
'KOUdi: HAKRIiON LEACH, 31. D.
S" cia! attent'oii nn'ilto the II rr.T tiHlb if treat-
tip i.' ( "iirt:ir:.l ui-v i k. and ii ...- of women
ii.il rnl. il.-.-a.
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J. i:. STRONG,
CoiniiHi'cial Ave., Cairo, 11!.
KI.?:.Ti;0VAI'0I s:i MEIKCATKD
II AT US
I d.v.nlti!-;.Ti!il daily
; A hOv :n K'teii'laii'-e.
II. E W. V.'iilTf.OCK.
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O. TAUSONS, 31. D.,
OCULIST AND AUKIST.
I 'FTli " K - iiy Ur-i- S:or.-, CiirlioniK'iv, III.
ryiVA IIY NATIONAL BANK.
oi l 'oirii. 1 llinoir.
71 OHIO LEVFK.
AriTAl.. 81 OO.OOO!
a Getu ral Ihuikin? Business
II . UAIdiltl.VV
JNTKBPBiSE SAVING BANK.
KXt LFslVFIiYA SAVINiiS HAK.
THUS. W. 1A7,I.1I)A'. ,
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oioiiieiiiii! Aveiro'' and '.iclit!' Strec!
K. Il'.iOSS. I're-id.Tt. j i'. Nr.LK. Vioe I'r s'lit
11. Whi.i.S, C.tiOiier. IT. J. Kerili, Ai'-'t ea-ti
I )ii't'ft -l's:
r". Cin-i" Ca'ro I W':i-n I!;r.o. .Oire
I'e-erNei)' i Willi on U',.;r. . ..
I'. .M Oiilerlu'i ' I I.'. O. 1'iitier "
I: A. Under " ! II. Well
.1. V. I'iem'ou, Caledui.i,i.;
AHENKHA!. HANKINi; LTSiNE.-S i)oNE.
Exciisng'1 fn'A mid lioii'jht . Intern t paid ii
Oie Saving Departmunt. Collections niado and
aii le;ineM promptly attended to.
r- F i
i'hi! use ol gasoline, iii uiiy I'm in, upon
premises where tin: budding or its contents
are covered liy iiiaur nice, I'm leita the insur
ance unle.-B a permit is procure! from the
company or rient who i.s-ued the policy.
Jl. II. Candek.
Wllls & Kf.utii.
CUNMXlllIAXI & YOCL'M.
lilt 31. J. HoWI.KV.
To the I'liblic
Having tlii.s ilay Imulit out 3Icssr9.
Ool'lstinu & Uoscnwatcr'a clothing ilcpart
nn nt and ocnta' ftiniialiinii would
npi.r;ttu!ly ask a liberal patronauof tliu
public in bcliaif of my brother, O. T. Whit
lock, who will liavo tin! maniiucmcnt of the
I'ti.iiiieiiH. Very llespuctfully,
ft. W. VlUTI.O( K.
Caiiio, III., July 15 h, lSbl.
The undersigned take this opportunity
of iiil'ormiii" the public that wo liavo this
day sold u r clothing department to 3Ir.
K. V. Whitluck, to be contii.ued as the
same at the old stand. Having concluded
0.ice to go out of the clothing business, to
enable us to pay full attention to the dry
irooos and carpet department, we cheerfully
recommend .Mr. Whitlock hs ft gentleman
of ability and integrity. We re.'-pi ct fully
ai-k our patrons to bestow a like a favor on
our successor as we have received while
co;. ducting this business.
We thanks our friends for pa.-t favors
nn i ho)i; the same will be shown the new
firm. Viry Respectfully,
Gol.lITINK . Ile'SKN WATLK.
Cairo, 111., July 15th, 1884. ot
Very lieniHikiihle IU-covery.
Mr. Geo. V. Wilim.', of 3Ianchester,
.Mich., writes: "3Iy wile has been almost
helpless for live years, so helpless that she
couid not turn over in bed ah inc. She used
two bottles of LK'ctric Hitters, and is so
much improved, that she is able now to do
her own work."
Electric Hitters will do all that is claimed
for thtm. Hundreds of te.-tiinonials attest
their irreat curative powers. Only fifty
cents a bottle at Barday Hi ('.')
Kuckien's Aruica Naive
The Beat Salve in the world for Cuts,
Ihiiises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Command all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It io iru.aniateeJ to (five per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
;'5 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereon P. Keator, F ilter of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazette," writes: "For the past Ave
years have always u.-ed Dr. Kind's New
Discovery, for coughs of most severe char
acter, as well as fVr those of a milder type.
It never fails to effect a speedy cure. 3Iy
friends to whom I have recommended it
speak of it in same hit,rlt terms. Having
been cured by it of every couh I have had
for tive years, I consider it the only reliable
and sure cure for coughs, colds, etc." Call
at Iiirclay Urns.' Drug Store and get a Free
Trial Buttle. Large size $1.00. (2;
A special Imitation.
We e-pecially invite a trial by all those
sulferers from Kidney and Liver complaints
who have fniled to obtnin relief from other
reme'iiiis and from doctors. Nature's ,'reat
remedy, Kidney-Wort, has affected cures
in many obstinate casis. It acts at once on
the Kidneys, Liver and Bowles, cleansing
the system of all poisonous humors and re
ttonng a healthy condition of those impor
tant organs. Do not be discouraged but try
Avoid cheap goods. The Hop Plaster
cures pains and aches where other planters
simply relieve, i-lc. at all druggists. (0)
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of 3Iarsiiall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Beit and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and young, ailliet
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, anil
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed nt night and b- ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of tutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of 31rs. 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
nn 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
low'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.
Time to Stop It.
It's too bad, Sir or Madam, but don't get
frightened. Your hair is falling oil' that's
certain, A glance in the mirror, or an in
vestigating committee of lingers tell the
dismal story. We won't discuss the possi
ble caue. It is enough that Parker's Hair
Balsam used now will prevent further ile
structicn. Is your hair somewhat gray,
too, and crisp? Alas, yep. The Balsam
will give' back the oi iginal color, softness
and gloss. Not a dye, not oily, elegantly
perfumed, a perfect dressing.
Cheap Homes in Arkainxs anil Texas
Along the lire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Hail way, Texas and
Pacific, Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands of
acres of the choicest farming nnd grazing
lands in tho world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and if 1.00 per acre, in
healthy country, with climates unsurpassed
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 1882, and makeup your mind to go nnu
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
fir 188.1 is HO per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned hv
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one
half, or nil cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed f. iv money paid fortickett or freight
over me companies lines.
II. C. Townsemi, Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, 3Io.
The )aily Bulletin.
UITUIaL I'AI'liU i)f A Lli .N1KK CO I NT V
MhlthU AT tub CAIUO MJS'i'olU'lCb; Foil
THANsMIS. ION TIIIHil lllJ T1IK MAILS AT
hki o:;d ci.As.s uatls.
Chicago Herald: "The tariff plank in tho
Democratic platform was not originally in
dorsed by every member of the committee
on resolutions except Butler, os has been
supposed. Seventeen others voted ngainst
it, but only the .Massachusetts representa
tive thought it worth while to carry his op
position into the convention.
As thfl plank stands it is a vehement
declaration in favor of the revision and re
duction of the tariiY. If it does not mean
that it means nothing. The use of the
phrase 'tariff exclusively for public purposes'
is claimed by 31 r. Watterson and Governor
3Iortn, of the committee as n master stroke
on their part, fur its obvious meaning is a
'tariff for revenue only.' Thry took other
word-, but the words mean the same thing
as those employed in the unfortunate plat
form of 1880. The platform, this year,
however, is hp, re specific than the other.
It explains what it meant by tariff reform,
and declares plainly that no radical cr
merely experimental change: are contem
plated. It recognizes the necessity of tar
ill's for ltvetiue purposes, and docs not at
tempt to deny that whenever a tariff is laid
it affor Is somebody incidental protection.
Against this it makes no attack, ns, indeed
an attack cannot be ma le successfully. It
does claim, however, that the present tariff
fosters monopolies, which is a fact; that it
opera'cs to restrict commerce, which is an
other fact, and that, as the revenues are
greatly in excess of the demands of the
Government, the taxes derived by means of
the tariff should he reduced. The platforms
13 not for free trade, because free trade is an
absurdity thought of at present by anybody
but protectionist robbers, who see it in their
dreams every time anybody proposes a re
duction of their subsidies. If a time should
ever come when this government could get
along without money the platform adopted
last week might he a free trade platform.
3 long as it is necessary to raise one or
two hundred millions per annum for "pub
lic purposes" this declaration will be in
favor of a tariff, and while there is a tariff
there must of necessity be some protec
We think Messrs. Watterson and 3Iorton
are claiming a lit'ie too much when they
say they secured the introduction of the
words 'tariff for public purposes exclusive
ly' into the platlorm by means of a trick
and are inclined to believe that they have
been quoted. The high tariff advocates on
that committee are quite as capable of un
derstanding the meaning of that expression
as they are. It means a tariff for revenue
only. The plank is stronger than the one
of 1SS0, because it does not stop at a mere
abstract proposition. It explains the atti
tude of the tariff reformers and tax reducers
perfectly. They are not revolutionists.
They demand simply that a tariff laid for
levenue shall produce no more revenue
(taxes) than the Government economically
administered needs. Any one who asks
more than that advocates the robbery of
one man for the benefit of another.
This is what the plank meat s in words.
Whether the Sam Randall contingent will
he more willing to assist iu tho execution
of the reform policy in the future than they
have been in the past remains to be seen.
Coi.lmuia, 3Io. The Statesman saysithe
familiiar name of the wonderful remedy St.
Jacobs Oil, grows in favor daily, in the
homes of the clllictcd all over the country.
The testimony of the pulpit always car
ries weight. Here is what Rev. W. II. Bee
cher, a well known and highly respected
clergyman or CO Turk Avenue, Chicago, HI,
says of Athlophoios, the great specific for
rheumatic and neuralgic diseases: "I have
used Athlophoros, the great rheumatic and
neuralgic cure, enough to satisfy me that it
will certainly euro ueuralgia, sciatic and m
flaniatory rheumatism, and it removes all
sharp pains of chronic rheumatism. I Rec
ommend my friends to try it and be con
vinced." K1VKU NEWS.
..... ..nni.i.i., iiver euiiorui i 11 e iici.i.ktin
aiid Btearnliotit jmpuL-nger iitftnt. Orders for all
niiii.ri.(rn:.imtii.in juil fTI II I 1 Ii IM11 1 V. 1 lUtl , IHJ1CC
lit Uower'a European Hotel. No.! Ohio levee.
STAGES OP TI1K 111 VEIL
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. tn. yesterday, 21 feet 4
inches. Rise during previous twenty
four hours, G inches.
Chattanooga, July 18. River 3 feet 10
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, July IS. River 7 feet 0
inches and falling.
Louisville, July 18. River o feet 0
inch nnd falling.
Nashville, July lS.-River 3 ft 4 inch
es and fulling.
Pittsburg, July IS. River 1 foot 1 in
ch and falling.
St Louis, July 18. River 20 ft 8 inch
es and falling.
The City of New Orleans from St. Louis
arrived here yesterday morning about half
loaded. Sho leaves this morning for tho
Tho Gus Fowler is the regular mail
packet duo at 2 p. m. daily, Sundays ex
cepted. Passengers going to St. Louis by
rail who como down on tho Fowler nnd can
take the Iron 3I.)Uutaiu train which leaves
here 7 :10 p. m. for St. Louis. This ia de-
idely the most pleasant route to St. Loun
:i litis train carries a sleeper.
The Belle .Memphis from St. Louis pass-
id down for VicUsburg la.at uijiht.
Tho Hudson did not go through to Shaw-
ncetown yesterday as she was too far behind
time. Sho turns back from Paducah and
will report hero at 7 p. m. to-day.
Tho Jas. W. Gaff leaves Paducah this
morning for Cincinnati. Sho did a big
way business from Louisville down.
The Buckeyo State from 3Iempliis is duo
here to-morrow morning at 7 o'clock for
Cincinnati. See tV. F. Lambdin and get
The City of Cairo from Vicksburg is due
here this evening for St. Louis.
The Bayou Sara from St. Louis will re
port here to-morrow morning for New Or
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville is
due here to 3Ionday morning and is adver
tised to leave here 10 a. m. same day.
ThcGus Fowler had a big trip yesterday
of wheat and lumber left for Paducah at
C p. m.
Ben Filing has been in the city three or
four days advocating the merit of his lager
beer made by Anthony & ICuhn of St
Louis. Ben is the heavy weight beer ex
pounder of St. Louis and has a big trade in
The Hudson from St. Louis arrived here
yesterday morning, being 12 hours late cn
account of her laborers or deck crew which
shipped out at St. Louis for Cairo, jumping
or quitting the boat at Ccmuiercial Point,
because they had a few hundred sacks of
wheat to carry on board. They walked to
Cairo and left the boat there without any
facilities to procure labor and then had the
audacity to demand their waes when they
had damaged tho boat a dozen times the
amount of their labor bill and at tho same
they had shipped iu good faith at St. Louis
for Cairo. Cap's, Griffith and Kirkpatnck,
of the Hudson, endeavored to seek some
protection here for the outrageous conduct
of these men who demanded their pay for
work or contraci not complied with, but
could not get sufficient encouragement to
dispute the unreasonable demands of these
impostors, who left the boat because they
knew they had the b ird at disadvantage.
It is a shame and disgaco to marine laws
that such outrageous impositions can be
perpetrated upon steamboats without source
of redress. An example should have been
made of this crew of importers and not one
cent ought to have been paid them.
'My! how hot it is!" exclaimed a
fleshy lady as, entering the car, her
eves fell upon tho stove. "What an
idea! A fire such a day as this. What
in tho world nro you thinking of?"
And sho shoves tip tho window stud
fans herself like all possessed.
An elderly gentleman next enters.
He sits down to read his newspaper,
lirst glancing at tho open window in
nn offended sort of way. As his eyes
move around from tho open window to
his paper, they fall upon tho stove.
"Great Scott!" ho mutters. "Do
they want to roast a fellow alive?"
And up goes his window.
Each new comer sits down quietly,
looks at tho stovo nnd then cries,
"How hot it is!" "What au awful
firo they've got!" "Isn't it ridicul
ous!" or something of tho kind; aud
each opens a window, one gentleman
going so far as to open ail tho venti
lators, while another opens both
"Conductor!" cry a dozen voices, ns
that official makes his appearand", and
a dozen forelingers point to tho stove.
The conductor looks at tho cause of
all tho commotion, its mica window
glowing liko a furnaco seven times
hotter than it is wont to bo heated,
ll.s takes oil his hat and mops his
brow. Then ho takes a long poker,
and, standing as far away from tho
stovo as possible, throws open tho
door. Ho falls back to avoid tho
heat, then steps forward, looks iuto
tho empty cylinder, and remarks, with
"Sold, by mighty! That boy's gono
and painted them winders red!"
Instantly tho doors aro closed, every
window comes down with a bang, and
a little man in tho end scat asks tho
conductor if lio won't please shut tho
ventilators. Boston Transcript.
A Iau May Smile.
Tho man whut tolls er joko an'
laughs at it eider tries ter mako hissu'f
mighty 'grcenblo cr is powerful fond o'
laughiu'. Nino times ou'lcii ten when
a man laughs at eberything yer say an'
smiles ebery timo lie meets yer, ho got
his eye on yer fur auoder purpose. I
worked onco fur do laughnos man I
cber seed. While do crop wus growin'
he woul' como erroun', lean on de fence
an' laugh. "Dut's do bes' man I cber
seed," thinks I, "an' ho gwitieter do
do squar' thing by me." When do
crop wuz all g'edered an' I went ter
hab a settlement ho met me in do yard
an' laughed. Airier crwhile he went
into do house and sot down. He haw
haw wa'n't no longer heard; do smilo
was all gone, an' blame me ef he didn't
cheat mo outen two bales o' cotton.
Arkaustttv Trnl r.
It was ono of tho older Wallaeks of
whom tho story is told that among n
group of actors and newspaper men
tho subject of antiquity of families
camo up! "The Wallaeks," remarked
he, "nro of great antiquity; in fact tho
country in which they originated still
bears iheir name; in fact was named
for them Wallachia.". "Very liko
ly," said William Warren, of tho party,
removing his cigar from Ids mouth;
"tho namo certainly indicates It. Now,
thero's my washerwoman, Moll Davis;
her family undoubtedly originated in
I.IV1' OK 1.1.11'l.K.S IlE.UAlNf.VI t7.VCAU.ED
foil i.v liiK rosToyFicu at caiko, ill.
H.U'CKDAV, .ICLY Id, 1884.
Borcn, J L
Bird, Al T
Howard, A 31
Jones, J T
Johnson, Geo G
Luttrell, W W
Sanders, 31 V
Simmmons, L W
Taylor, J L
Wright ifc Son, G- A
Murria Sub Agency
Blanker, W 0
Baunard, J G
Harris, Will O
Joel, P C
Jones, E C
Leek, James H
Metcalf. J F
Roe, Chas R
Strong, J W
UIUDS POINT LETTERS.
Deaton, J H
Frasier, II 3
Carpenter, A I)
Grant, A D
Nelson, (J E
Robertson, II C
Lane, N W
Sassin, 7, T
Wyatt, A 0
Tcraons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. 31. 3Iuitrar, Postmaster.
Tlu vo nro now 107.300 buildings in
New York City, and this number is be
ing added to at tho rate oi z.ow a
year. Tho large majority of tho build
ings erected within tho" last two or
three years have been dwellings worth
from 1 10,000 to $3,000. So rapidly is
tho vacant ground on Manhattan island
being taken up by blocks of brick and
brovu stono houses of this class that
tho prospect is fair for tho whole island
to bo covered with buildings in just
about tho next ten years.
Ii?'Ladics, attention! In tho Diamond
Dyes more coloring is given than in any
known dyer, and they givo faster and more
brilliant colors, 10c. at all druggists. Every
body praises them. Wells, Richardson &
Co, Burlington, Vt.
Half Out of His Head.
'Dieted ho the man,'' eaid Don Qnlxote'a weary
iiiire, "who Invented sleep." Sancho'a gratltndo
in ours, but what if oneennnot for any reason enjoy
tknt excellent invention!1 "Nervousness in mo
had heeome a disease," writes Mr. William Colo
unin, thu well known wholesale drnsgist of Buffalo,
I "1 could not sleep, aud my nights wore cither
pus-eu in mat sort oi restlessness waica nearly
crazes a man, or in a kind of stuper, haunted by
tormentiuc dream . Having taken I'arkkii's
TnNii for other troablej, I tried it als for this.
The result both surprised and delighted me. My
nerves were toned to concert pitch, and llkcCmsar'a
fa! men, I fell Into the ranks ol those who sleep o'
nights. I should add that the Tonic speedily did
away with the condition of general debllltj and
dyspepsia occasioned by my previous sleeplessness,
mid nave me strength aud perfect digestion. Iu
brief, the nse ol the Tonic thuronnhly re-established
my health. I have used I'aiikkk'h Tonic with
entire suitress for sea-sickness and for tho bowel
disorders incident to ocean voyages "
1 his preparation has heretofore Itoen known aa
P.uiKEii s Cii.Ni.Kii Tonic. Hereafter it will bo ad
vertised and sold under tho name of Parker s
Ti Nie oiiiittlni; the word dinner." IIiscox ifc Co.
are induced to make this change by the action of
Unprincipled dealers wno have for years deceived
their customers by substituting Inferior prepara
tions under the name of ginger. Wo drop tha
misleading word ail the more wlilinply, as dinger
is an ununuortunt flavoring nie.red.ent in our
Please remember that no chanco has been, or
will be, mail in the preparation itself, aud all bot
tles remaining iu the bands of dealers, wrapped
under the name of I'akkeii's IIixukiiTomc, coutaln
the genuine medicine II the fac-siiiillo signature of
Hisi ox A, Co, is at the Iii 1 1 una of the outside
FLOUR, GRAIN AND IIAI
Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
Iijtbfit Cab PrW Faid for Wheat
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA C'LARKSON', Agent.
.Noxt Alexander Co. Hunk, HthSt.
tS"Oooil Stock and Trices Reasonable..
CHKSTEIt. 'ild vsar opera September 10. A
Military Collego with University rowers. Depart
nients in flvli Englueerinir, Chemistry Classics
and Lntillsb. Circulars of Capt . W. P. Iilliday
and N. 11. Thistlewood, and of Messrs P. W. Bar
clay, Charles GalliL'hcr and H. H. Cnnnlniiham, of
tli is city, or of LUL TULO. UYATI'. President.
I1IH. II. H. KAMI, of IK DtU.ulawr
Horn. Bow ottrrt Rmdr vtrbv
u one Ma ran. klaiMir aaMIr a4 aalalmli. r. taatlao.
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