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bAlLV (JAIJtO DULLK1 L ; WEDMKSDA V M0UN1NG JULY 2'i, 1884.
OL'KN JUNE I
TKKAIS: 88.00 per
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SPUING NO. 1.
Garb of Iron iiw.o
Chloiide of Iron .
trari -Sulphiite of Iron.. .
Sulphate of Iron tract .Carbonate of
.k I ri ill lea ,
Chloride of S. ilium . . .
Sulphate Alumina ....
A ll.i .... .u. , I I
01. (i j.Sulphate of Alumina. .
I.'.O jSulphateof Magnesia. .
OK.O jChloridc of Sodium... .
32.0 if.'liloridc if Calcium . .
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Job Priiitinir of every description from a
Dodder to a Three-Hieet Poster on t lie shortest notice and
in the hest style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and get his prices.
OFFICE:-So. 78 Ohio
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11. K
TI 1 1 :
Shortest and Quickest Rou
Si. Louis ami Chicago.
'I ho Only Lino UuiiTiiTiu
O DAILY TRAIN
Making Dikkct Connection
IhaiNk Llur I'wau:
a m. Muil.
A rrivlt:(f In .St Louis U a.m. : Chicago, S:'1 11. . .
I'unu. t unir at 'i.iii, ud Ktilnenam fur Cincit
nail. Louisville, Inc!iaaap..ili lino poinu Evt.
1 :.':'J. 1 in. l''.iHt st. I.ouiH itiid
W -f.t" n l'.xircM- I
Arrivlr.it in St Louis p.m., and conuc!ln. I
lor all poiuts est.
.'1:4 " p in, K;iwt Kxpri'Mg.
For St. Lou! and 'liir'". arriving at St. Louis
Vr.Vt p ui., a no (.'him.i '. a. in.
r 1 -4 .i . in t 'incimi&ti JOxin i Ms,
A i r i v i u t t Cincinnati 7:mi a. hi ; I.omsviiU i:.v,
a m ; I ndianapo. i t .' a. in. Fas-enerf- bt
this tru n ri m h the ib K points 1 'J lu .'ill
HoL'lis in advance of any otto r route.
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SuKKI'I.nU (.'Alt fruin (.'a'.ru I (U.li.ciniiiitl, wmi
out chanKva. and llir-ua (Ucpurs t.) M. Louie
Iist Time Lust.
I'.iLvutKWiv: r tt.ruurh to Hsu:.
J a.t.lli,t IS ,rii jMilntp withmit any dflav
Caurd by Sunday interv.:nirn;. The !atnrday alter
auoli train frmu Cain, arrives In new York'-Mondhj
ntirniuts at TLirty-cx Loiiriin advanceol
n"' other route,
TYJ thronyh tic kit and further information
ai oiyat liliuuif Central Uailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. U. JONES, Tifket Aent
A. H. rJANSON. (ien. I'ttfa. AtfflCt. Cnlra.ro
15. 1. TIME CAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CKNTHAL H. K.
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ii::! i a.m.
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t Kx preen In: Ml am. IN. o. Kx. . .
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St L. Mall... 7:4 p.m. tst. I.. Mail,
tst . I.. Ex !i: !oa m tt. L. Ex...
w., ST. L. & 1'. K. It.
.Vail A Sx 4:i0.m. I '.Mail A Ex.
Aiiinn 4:lp.m. 'Accon
Krelnlit 7M3 a.m. Freight
Mi. I1II, K & OHIO H. It.
Mail :).') a m. .Mai!
Daily except Sunitay. t Dallv.
TIM K CAlil)
AKHIVAL AD PEI'AKTUKE OF MAILS
Arr at I I'ep'rt
I'. O. Cm I'C
I. 0 K. R (thmuuhlock mail). S a. m
" " ..11: iua m :) p. m
" (ay ninil) 4 Wp.m. 9 p. m.
" (Southern Div S p. m. Hp. in.
Iron Mountain K. U i:'p.m. 9 p. in
WatiiiKh R. It in l. m. p. in.
Texas St. l.ouia li. K 7 p. m. 6 a. in.
St. I.iiiia A C.ilro H. K 5 p. in. !)) am
Ohio River 4 l. ru. 4 p. in
MifS I'.iver arrive Wed.. Sat. Jt Mon.
" depart Wed., Frl. & Sun.
P O. ger del. op nfrom 7:ao am toTMi) pin
P.O. box de!. Oi'tn from 6a.m. top. in.
Sunday Eec. del. open trom....8a. m. to In a.m.
Sundav box del. open from. ...ti a. m. to li::am
jr'SOTE.-Chanie will he published from
time to tlmi In city papers. Chanu't' vour eardj ac
cordiiiKly. VVM. M. ML'Kl'llY. I . M
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
B cllll 1 CI s 'T :0 :R:E,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent.
jsf(-xt AlcxiimUr Co ltiink, MthSt.
itf-Good Stock and Price Reasonable.
JJ ALL IT) AY BROTHERS.
MEAI KIfS IN
FLOUR, 0RA IN AND HA"i
Egyptian Flouring Mil ! &
ttijfhABt Cash Price Paid for Whtat.
TO OCTOHKU 1.
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GALLON OF WA'lEIt.
NO. fJ.i SPUING NO.
Oxide of Iron 12.1
Oxide of Aluminum... 01 5
Sulphhatc of Magnesia 17.8
'arljonic Acid Gas.... 17.8
:Su! pli. Hydro, G is. . . . 10.5
'Alkalies 05 I
IjKM ION, Lc-s-seo.
Allen Spt iiigs, Pope Co., Ills.
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
QEOP.GK HARRISON LEACH, M. 0.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the I muriafTi;c trt
tnciu cif surgical (life. cm. mid aisvii.es of women
OFFK'K On ll;h street, oppts.te tLe Post
jft'.cc, Cairo, 111.
J)U. J. E. STRONG,
120 Cuiiniiercial Ave., Cairo, II!.
AI'G!t, EI.KCTP.O-VAPOK ami MEDICATED
A udr 111 attendance.
CONSULTATION Fit EE.
J)R. E W. WHITLOCK,
urmi No. 136 Cominjrcial Avenue, btweta
icl ' j And Nli.ih Sirtu
G. PARSONS, M. 1).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE- it) Dfig !:.rs. Carbondaie, I!!.
fM!E CITY NATIONAL HANK.
it' ( 'aim, 1 1 1 incis.
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CAPITAL, SI 00,0 00
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F. Ulioss, President. I P. NtKF. Vice I'rcc'rt
11. Wl-.t.l.S, C.i?liier. I T. J- Kertli, AHf't i-ni-n
I Jiri'ft x-s:
F. Rrosf Cn'ro I William Kl.ite. .('hire
Peter Neil' ' William Wolf.... "
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the Saviuas Department. Collections made ai: l
all business promptly attentled to.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Ki'lievofl and cures
II.M K.44 HE,
Soreness, Cut, Bruiiei,
RI'KXN, M 411W.
And all otber bodily ached
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all IiruifKht and
Healers. Directions In 11
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(B.iOCTiK t, to A ViJ.iEI.liK CO )
Kulliiuore, .Mil., I . A.
f 30 'dNiCN SQUARE NtWYORK.
ILL. MASS. GA.
rCR SALE BY
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AUBURN LADIES' INSTITUTE.
. For a Limited Numlicr of IioarJeri.
1 -'i.. jViiliiirn, Y. I 1 .
F.-niit's fi ,r a thorough and acronipI!be.l edu
cation, beaiitifnl Diirroiindiujs: I. si satiturj' ap
pn'iiimects, anil remrar can laiv-rtdire.
Catai t'!i. with 1'atroii lestlmonials and I'cf
erei:ce from Western S'nte" on application trj
M ih 11 M EII.L. IiKuWNE, A. M., Frinc'pul.
Half Out of His Head.
T.U's-ed he the man.'" sain! Don ('llxote' weary
siiuire, "w ho Invi nt. d sleep." San ho's gntllude
is ours, but what if one cnr.not f r any reason er joy
that cxce'lcut invention? "'erv3titnes in me
had litcoiue a d scase."' writes Mr. William Cole
man, tti" we'l known who'.efa'..jdruirt of l!..l!'a!o,
"I cnnld ct s eep, and my nights wore ei her
pne-ed In that ort ol restlessnts. wmch nearly
craves a man. or In a kii d of slup r. bauntcd by
tormenting d:eam-, Ilavinii taken P.mikcu'h
Ton.c for other trouble.", I tried it ul.- for this.
The reiu'.t both m prised and delighted n e. My
neives were toned to concert pitch, and like Cm ar'i
fat men, I fell Into the ranks ol these wLo sleep o'
uiaLts. I should add that the Tonic speedily did
away with the condition of gemial deln It) and
dyspepsia occasioned by my previous sleeplessness,
und nave me strength and perfect digestion. In
brief, the ii-ot the Tonic thorouehlv re-established
my health. I have used I akkeii's 1'omi' with
entire suciess for sea-sickness and for the bowel
disorders incident to ocean vojaes
'l Ids preparation has herelolore been known as
Paiikbi; t Oinokk ToMi:. Hereafter it w ill be ad
veitised and sold under the name of i'AtiMru's
Tc.N.r oiiiittiuj; the word iijt r.'' lliwcnx & Co.
are ind.iceu tu make this change by the ac ion of
ti itrindpled dealers wno have for years d.-o lved
their customers by iib:ituiiuu inferior prepaia
lions under the name of trjuu'er. We drop the
lnisleiiduit: word all the more vvlilini'lv, as Hinder
is an uuimportai t flavoring mured.eut iu our
Please re me ml. et that no clause has been, or
will lie, ina'te in tlie preparation llseif, and all bot
tles regaining in the hands of dealers, wrapped
under the name of I'ahkkhS CimiehTo ic, contain
the genuine medicine if tho iac-siii ile signature of
Hisc ox i Co. is at the botiom of tue outside
Kissing lion's Haiti lleail.
(loorgia Cayvan is an actress with
elocutionary ability, and sho had been
hired to recite on this occasion. Al
though sho wa9 from Huston, and must
have known that lUUler's head fam
iliar in those, parts was bare from top
to cars, sho read for nn encore- piece, a
funny story about a man's baldness.
Iiutlor sat directly behind her, liko an
illustration of tho anecdote. On his
right wero President Arthur and Gens.
Sheridan and Hancock, and on his left
wero several Doctors of Divinity, a
Mayor, and some- politicians, intent on
digiiilied demeanor, for they wero in a
ffout row of a stago full of notables.
li tit all reserve broke and lieu had to
join in tho hilarity.
"I am sorry 1 was so heedless, sir,"
said tho actress, on meeting tho ex
Governor behind tho scenes. "Truly, I
meant no oll'euse, nud wouldn't havo
Uuno it for tho world."
"Wouldn't havo douo what?" said
"Why that is recited a I moan
I would not havo called attention to
your baldness if I had thought."
"And tiro you sincerely anxious to
atono for that ollensoP"
"Indeed, and indeed, I'll do any
thing for forgiveness."
"Then kiss tho bald head that you1 vo
dishonored," nud ho bowed it down
gallantly in front of her.
Georgia blushed, but did not falter.
Sho daintily deposited a vory small and
smackless kiss in tho middlo of tho
broad cxpanso nnd ran away.
j i uimiiuiiiujj!
! jjjj ! !illuuitiuuiiiiii!lll .
Ii; 4'W .iii'lipll' ;i
I'll altll'I'l... -J j
l C I "1 tVti OUTOF ORDER.
" "AS mn rC'JAl- . . .
OFHCI.U. PAPIMt OK AI.KXANDKK COUNTY
aNIKHEH .AT TUB CAIRO PO.sTtlKKICK Foil
TUANM.MIsMON Til IIOLOII THK MAILS AT
HLCONI) (.'LAI'S ItATF.H.
Stag's of the River.
River innrke l by tho gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. ru. yesterday, 19 feet 11
inches. tiil tiiulug previous twenty
four hours, 1 foot 0 inches.
Chattanooga, Ju'y 22. River 3 feet C
inches and failing.
Cincinnati, July 22. River 3 feet (i
inches and falling.
Louisville, July 22. Uiver 3 feet 10
inch ami falling.
Niisliville, July 22. Uiver 2 It " inch
es and falling.
Pitt.s'mrg, July 22. Uiver 0 foot 8 in
ches and lulling.
St Louis, July 22. River 10 ft 8 inch
es and filhn.'.
Merchants of Elco say times are ptctty
iluli at pre?ent, but are lookiug forward in
to the glorious future.
Dr. U. II. McRaven, of Clear Creek, Ldg.,
UN., was in to.vn last week enroute for
Cairo on business. He (the dector) inform
ed us that health has been very good so
hr ixci pt a few cases of cholera morbus.
Mr. G. W. Pre.', of Idlowild, informed
us that he w.is doing a rousing business
merchandising. Success to George.
Mr. W. I) iwns and family, of this place,
havo recently returned home from their
visit to the metropolis of Mo.
Mr. J. S. Me Riven, wife and little daugh
ter, of Clear Creek, L lg., Ills., were iu town
a few days ao visiting relatives.
Mr. V. II. Niiith, carpenter and buiuhr
of this place, informed U3 that he would
soon complete the school house he is build
ing near Mosco, Ills. Mr.S. is a very suc
Mr. Harry Planert, of Thibes, Ills., paid
th's place a short visit la&t week. Harry
taught school in this (Alex.) County last
winter, hut says he does not like the pro
fession, mi 1 is now resorting to agrkul
tu:e. We un !ertand that Mr. Calvin ThomaF,
ot this place, who h is b''t-n very ill for a few
days is convalescing. We hope to see CV.
Wheat threshing has been considerably
checked in this vicinity, on account of so
much rain during the last week.
A few diys ago we noticed an article
published iu "Tho American Sentry," say
ing that B-nj. F. Butler, the national par
ties candidate for the Presidency, would
stick to his former principles. We don't
doubt it in the least, but hope that those
former principles, which tha editor had
reference to, do not uclude the WHy lie
used to get possession of spoon?.
The farmers of this part of the country
seem to be very much discouraged with
wheat raising, since they havo learned of
the exceeding low prices at which it is now
selling. The Democracy of this put of the coun
ty is booming for Cleveland and Hendricks
and also for the Democrat State ticket. The
Republicans also express themselves well
satisfied with their ticket.
The Sunday School Conference recently
held in this place w:is very much nppreci
ated by the people of E co and vicinity and
would be oad to have the same woikers
visit them aain in the near future.
The Baptist meeting, recently held in
the M. E. Church of this place, was well
attended and a very acceptable sermon by
Rev. 0. W. McCrite, afttr which the im
mense crowd of worshipers assembled on
the banks of the Creek uorth of town w here
the ordinance of baptism of Mrs. John Pil
liard was attended to by the above named
worthy minister. The scene wn very fas
cinating and tilled the heaits of many with
Death ol Miss Dora Letitz, daughter of
Moses and Miry Lentz, occurred on
the Oth instant at 4:30 o'clock p.m. On
the next day at 2 o'clock p. m. the funeral
services wero conducted by Uev. E. Uoot,
aftir which the remains followed by a large
crowd of mourning relatives and frieu.ls
wero carried to the Hnzlewood Cemetery
for interment. Omnipotence spared her
until she had reached the ago of 21 years,
0 months and 24 days, when in the bloom
of life, and then for some unkuown cause to
us, snatched her from the bosom of the
family to try the realities of the unknown.
The deceased was well respecteil and high
ly Chteenied by all who knew her and
leaves many friends to join in with the
bereaved family and relatives to mourn
their less, M.
Words are at times a feeble medium of ex
pressing gratitude, and Rev. J. E. R.'ed
found them so. He writes from Los Angel
es, California: "Words can't tell how glad I
am tint I found Atldophoros. I took one
bottle according to directions, very near, but
before I had used it all, tho pain was all
gono from my face, and no pain has return
ed since. It did make a ringing in my
head suro enough. Tho discoverer of fhis
remedy for neuralgia will long be. remem
bered by one I know of, with whom I am
A Guadalajara, Mexico paper com
plains that it is not practicable to es
tablish tho telephone in that city, be
cause society is so scandalously low
and lewd that thoro is not a telephono
apparatus whore In answer to .serious
question words aro not wiroa wlilcu
uro disgraceful nud obscouo,
TO KMOKK t lUAlM. i I KS.
A Toli.K'ctiui-,! limn Hi-is a 4'iiMiomoi'
In tilt; Ail Inhaling 'I"' Sniokr.
"I always prefer to maho my own
cigarettes, ami thou I know they con
tain no opium or other I'.isoiious in
gredients," said a gen:. ;, hi yester
day as ho stood iu a el. . ,. -..luro door
and delicately twirled awiue tobacco
and a small piece of riee paper betw een
"That's whero you and I differ," said
tho dealer, taking up tho thread of
conversation. "A man can get all tho
cigarettes ho wants and there won't bo
a particle of opium in them. Opium
is too expensive a drug to allow of its
being used in a cigarette, a package of
widen will cost 15 cents, and tho pub
lic generally seem to bo appreciating
this fact. Opium is put in cigarettes,
but it isn't every dealer w ho will han
dle them. They aro higher priced,
and aro only called for by those who
desire that kind of a smoke. You ask
how it is put in. Well, it is pulver
ized, and scattered iu that way. As
far as my custom goes, cigarettes aro
uioro popular now than they were two
"I don't see how peoplo can smoko
tho things. There is no strength to
them, and it is lino puffing that much
vapor," said a listener who was en
gaged in vigorously coaxing the smoko
through a big o-cent cigar.
"That is because you don't know
how to smoko a cigarette," answered
the dealer, as he drew forth ouo and
proceeded to light it. "Now, if you
was to smoko a cigarette you would
put it iu your mouth and allow the
saliva to moisten tho end of it before
you had taken two puffs, and then you
would bo compelled to hito off littlo
cuts of tobacco, which makes it very
annoying. Well, in the lirst place you
must learn to overcome that and hold
it between your lips. Then, to add to
the unpleasantness you would get out
of it, you would proceed to smoko it as
if you wero smoking a pipe that is,
take a draw and blow it out of your
mouth. A cigarette is not worth tho
smoking that way. But if you should
persevere and learn to smoko this way
you would liud out that a cigaretto is
as good as a cigar.
Then tho dealer took a draw and al
lowed tho smoko to pass out through
tho nostrils m two gossamer streaks,
and followed this by inhaling tho
smoko and allowing it to till his lungs
and then pass out with tho regular
respiration. Then ho took other in
halations and caused tho smoko to pass
out of his mouth and bo drawn
through tho nostrils into tho lungs,
only to pass out again through tho
mouth. Ho followed this by sending
wreaths of smoko floating across the
room, and then by blowing rings
through each other, until tho man with
the cigar was amazed.
"Won't that injure tho lungs?'' ho
asked, iu an excited way.
"I suppose tho doctors would say so;
but so they would say that it would
kill a man to smoko cigars or chew to
bacco, or do anything that there is anv
pleasure in. For my part, 1 don't care
what they say. 1 believo it will injure
the lungs no more than it does to in
hale the stench from the Chicago river,
or tho coal smoko from tho thousand
and one buildings, or tho dust and dirt
that floats in tho atmosphere, or tho
poison which arises from lilthy streets,
or numerous other things which tho
doctors say nothing about."
"That's so," answered tho man as ho
threw his cigar-stump into tho street
and walked away.
A Fatal Mistake.
A rigorous divorce law will hinder
women from tho fatal mistake of mar
rying men to reform them. If a young
man of 25 years of age, or 30 years of
age, has tho habit of strong drink fixed
on him, he is as certainly bound for a
drunkard's grave as that tho train
starting from Grand Central depot at
$ o'clock to-morrow morning is bound
for Albany. Tho train may not reach
Albany, for it may bo thrown from tho
track. Tho young man may not reach
tho drunkard's grave, for something
may throw him off the iron track of
evil; but tho probability is that tho
train that starts to-morrow morning at
8 o'clock for Albauy will fret there,
and tho probability is that tlio young
man who has tho habit of strong driuk
fixed on him before 25 or 30 years of
ago will arrive at a drunkard's grave.
Sho knows he drinks, although he tries
to hide it by chewing cloves. Every
body knows ho drinks. Parents warn,
neighbors and friends warn. Sho will
marry him. If sho is unsuccessful in
tho experiment, why, then, tho divorce
law will emancipate her, because hab
itual drunkenness is a cause for
divorco iu Indiana, Kentucky, Florida,
Connecticut, and nearly all tho states.
So tho poor thing goes to tho altar of
sacrifice. If you will show mo tho
poverty -struck streets in any city I will
show you tho homes of tho women
who married men to reform then. In
ono case out of ten thousand it may be
a successful experiment. I never saw
tho successful experiment. But havo a
rigorous divorce law ami that woman
will say: "If I am affianced to that
man it is for life, and if now in tho ar
dor of his young love, and 1 am tho
prize to be won, ho will not givo up his
cups, when he has won tho prize surely
he will not givo up his cups." And so
that woman will say to tho man: "No,
sir, you are already married to a club,
nud you aro married to tho evil habit,
and so you are married twice, and you
aro a bigamist. Go!" lr. TnhnaijciH
Frank Ltdc's Smubnj Maj(i:iitc for
The OUl Man's Uemeily.
Young man (departing for college)
Well, father, good-by. You may ex
pect to hear from mo often, and 1 trust
that on my return you will lind that I
havo not been unmindful of your solf
saerilieing efforts to provide mo with
an education. Good by!
Father (with emotion) Good-by,
my son, good-by.
Young man (three months later.
Arriving from college) Ah, Governor,
how tie doP Delighted to see you.
Bah Jove. Beastly woathaw this, don't
you know? How's tho folks. Doosed
glahd to get home, etc.
Tho ola gentleman thinks of bring
ing suit against tho college.
The use ol ga.-oliric, in any fotm, upon
pri mines where the building or its content
a:e covered by insurance, forfeits tho insur
ai.ee unless a permit is procured from tha
company or agent w ho issued the policy.
H. II. Ca.nuee.
H'fcl.Ls & Kektu.
Cl.nm.viuam & Yet CM.
lm M. J. Hovw.ky.
"uough mi Toothache."
Instant relief lor Neuralgia, Toothache?,
iceathe. Ask for "ltiugh on Toothache.''
13 &, 20c.
TliDtisdiids Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., write.4,
"I never hesitate to recommend yonr Elec
tric Bitters to my customers, tney give en
tire satisfaction ami are rapid sellers."
Electric Bitters aro tho purest and best
medicine known, and will positively cure
Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify tha
blood and regulate the bowels. No family
can all'trd to be without them. They will
save hundreds of dollars iu doctors' bills
every year. Sold at fifty cents a bottle bj
Barclay Bros. (3)
bticKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price)
23 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Ladies w ho would relain freshness an I
vivacity. Don't fail to try "Well's Health,
A Walking Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanicsburg, Pa.,
writes: "I was tdL-cted with lung lever
and absciss on lungs', and reduced to a
walkitii; skeleton. Got a fiee trial bottle
of Dr. Kino's New Discovery for Con
sumption, which did me so much good
that I bought a dollar bottle. After usino
three bottles, found myself oace more a
man, completely restored to health, with a
hearty appetite, and a gain i'l flesh of
lbs." Call at Barclay Bros.1 drug store and
get a free trial bottle of this certain euro
for all Lung Diseases. Large Dottlee $1.00.
Offensive breath, bad tasto in mouth,
coated tongue, show torpid liver and dis
ordered stomach. Allen's Bilious Physic,
vegetable remedy, quickly relieves all. 21
cents. At all druggists. (8)
"Hough on lticli."
"R nigh on Itch," cures humors, erup
tions, ring-worm, tetter, suit rheum, frosted
fi ot, chilblains.
They Will Surely Find You.
They are looking for you everywhere.
Drafts of air in uuexpected places, going
from hot rooms to cool ones, carelessness
m changing clothing: In Bhort anything
which ends in a "common cold in tho
head." Unless arrested this kind of cold
becomes seated in the mucous membrauu
ot the head. Then it is Catarrh. Ia any
and all its stages this disease always yields
to Ely's Cream Bilni. Applied to the nos
trils with the linger. Safe, agreeable, cer
tain. Price fifty cents.
If you are tired taking the large old
fashioned griping pills try Carter's Littlo
Liver Pills and take some comfort. A man
can't stand everything. One pill a dose.
Walsiiville, III., August 20th, 1883.
After tho birih of my first child my
recovery was very slow, and it seemed to
me that 1 should never get well again.
The doctors who treated me did not seem
to understand my case, or it' they did, wero
unable to restore mo to my former health.
I grew weaker and poorer for months and
thought I should die. Finally I was in
duced to try Met roll's Female Tonic, and
to my joy and surprise I found myself get
ting stronger almost from the first dose, and
al ter uing one bottle I was as strong and
as well ever before. Respectfully,
Mks. Mattik A. McPuiel.
Time to Stop It.
It's too bat', Sir or Madam, but don't get
frightened. Your hair is falling off th u'a
certain. A glance iu the mirror, or an in
vestigating committee of fingers tell the
dismal story. We won't discuss the possi
ble cau.sr. It is enough that Parker's Hair
Balsam used now will prevent further de
struction. Is your hair somewhat gray,
too, and crisp? Alas, yes. Tho Balsam
will give back the original color, softness
and gloss. Not a dye, not oily, elegantly
perfumed, a perfect dressing.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and bnken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
semi at once and get a bottle id' Mrs. Wins- ,
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there i9
no inistaKo auout it. it cures uyseniery ana y
diarrhea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inllanunation, 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 tho prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
ami is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap hoiuiij in Arkansju and Texas
Along the lino of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $1.00 per aero, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity an'l comfort, Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas snd Texas,
in 1882, and make tip your mind to go and
see for yourself wheu you learn that tho crop
f;r 1883 is 50 per cent larger than tlit of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, ami paying ono-fourth, one
half, nr all cash, a proportionate rebate ig
allowed for money paid forticketi or freight "
over the Companies lines.
II. C. TowstKNO, Qca'l Pass. ARt.
St. Louis, M ),
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