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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST
ION 3PU SUMMER RESORT
OL'EN JUNE I TO
UKKMS: 88.00 per week. Special Kates to
b amilies on .Application.
ANALYSIS OF ONE GALLON OF WA'l ER.
1MUNONO. 1. I f3PJ UNO
'arb of Iron 12,.0
liloriili! of Iron truce
Sulphate of Iron..
Curbom.te of Iron
-ulphato of Iron trace
lkalies n .ik:ii-
'hloride ol S.j.Iiui.i. . . 01.(5 iSuIohute of Alumina.
Sulphate Alumina.... 4S.0 .Sulihateol'Ma''nesia.
sulphate Lime (JO.O Chlornl.! ol 'Sodium... .
iulphate MH-nchia... . 2.0 'chloiide of Calcium..
E. A. BURNETT,
s pri'iKiivtl t do Job Friiitinir
Jotor to a Three-Sheet Poster
in the best style, and at the
and set his prices.
OFFICE .-No. 7!) Ohio
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. l
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Iino Ktmriinu
O DAILY TKAIX
J h'rom Cairo,
Ma kino Dikect Connection
Thaimi 1.iit Caiho:
U-'JU x m. Mhil.
Arrivli.u in St Louis .m.: .lnca,i, M p.u..,
'itu.v( iiui! at Odin and Krr.nghaiu fur t'incto
nati. l.oiu.-viiie, I ndiunupolie ami points E.ist.
I '! '.'Ji'i l I'"ast s-t. I.ouiH sunt
Vc.t'rii -Kx ivt-nH.
Arriving In ft Louis 0 I' p.m., an-! cuLLtXtli.it
for nil points West.
;i:4" ji m Kant Kxpn-Hs.
For St. Louie an 1 Chicago, arriving at St. Lorns
W-1S p in . and Chicago .:jo a. m.
.'l:4r ji. m Cincinnati Kxiirf-ws;.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:'l a.m.: I.oiiisvnb t:V
a m. ; Indiaiiapo.i. 4 -i a. m. Pas-eLger. hv
this train reach the h.ive points 1 :j to
UOl'l!." in advance of any otin-r route.
fT!ie 3 : ' a. in. express ha I'l l. I.MAN
HOKEPInO CAU from l.'ttiri)t"tincluiiti. with
out changes, and tliruiii;h sleepers lu St. Louis
Kast Tirno Kant.
Pi:ci.1lirotki t'-' tb'- ""ego through to East
I ilM:!! JJ,t 1 . irn point without any deiay
Caused by Sunday ititsrveinng. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In new York Monday
unrniug at lu:31. Thirty-eU hours in adv&i.ceol
nf other route.
Oft'iit through tickets and further information
apiny at Illinois Central Hailroad Depot, Cairo.
J. II. JONES. Tiraet Agent
i, II. nANSON.Cieu. I'a.s. Aijent. Chicago
H. H. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CE.NTKAL K. K.
Trains dopart. Trains nrr ve.
tM ail a. rr. . I tMall 4 : " a. lit
kxpn-i-e 3:45 p. ni. 1 Ettprei'K 11 :45 a. ni
st l.oui" x p. in. I st l.oui-. El ,':1" p. in
I. c. it. H (outnern invision)
N. O. Ex .. il.lo'u. m.
....In: Hi a. in.
... :l j p.m.
tN. . Kx... 11:10 a. m.
tN. O. Ex 4:3'l p.m.
PT. I.. A I. M. K. It.
tExir'M in::i(lp.m. tKxtireiiH 2:i0p. rn.
St L. Mail... 7:4'-p.m. tst. 1.. .Mail. . .rt::lo a.m.
tst. L. Ex :ia. m tst. L. Ex. ...a:mtp . ui.
W., ST. I.. & P. R. K.
Mall El 4:ia.m. I 'Mall Ex. . .fl. 30p.m.
Accora 4 : p.m. 'Accom 10: iii a.m.
Kroiht ':45 a.m. Freluht ti:4j p.m.
MOBILE & OHIO K. K.
jlnil 5:ra.m. Mail 3:10 p. m
Daily except Sunday, t Dallv.
AKKIVAL AND DEPAKTUKE OF MAILS
I. V K. K. (through lock mai!).- 5a. m.
' (way mall) 4:110 p.m.
" (Southern Div ?i p. m.
Iron Mountain H. K -J:' p.m.
Walmph K. K " V- m-
Texas A St. Louia K. K 7 p. ra.
ht. Lnuia & Ciilro It. K 5 p. m.
OhioHlver P- m.
3 p . IU .
0 p. m.
fl p. m
M p. m.
ft n. m.
4 p. m
MU l;lver arrives v eil., sal. & .moii
P O. eep del. op. n from 7::iam toT::'.a pm
P.O. box del. open from Ha. m. toll p. m.
HundavsRec. del. open lrnm....8a. m. to 10 a. m.
SuiHla'ya hnx del. open from. .. .1) a. m. to II :JJi am
HT'NOTK.-ChanufS will bo pii'illehed from
time to tlm! In city paper. Chanirc your card ac
cordinuly. w.I. M. MUKI'lIY. P. M
BEFORE V-AND -rAFTER
Electric Apollmcoi art unt on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO are niiffcrlnif fnm Nbvod PuntLiTT,
Lost Vitality, f.ra or Naavi Fur- add
Viiior, Wastino Wiakhkuoi, and all thou. dttwa
ufa 1'aaaoNAi. Matiii rvmiltlnK rrnm AHt'it and
OTnan Caiisr. HiwiIj rulluf and complete rwto.
ration of liKAiiTH.V luoa and Man noon ouarantrrd.
i'h. Krandvat dIseoTBrjr of the Nlni-ti-onth Century,
tkind at unoe for Uluitrated Pamphlet fnw, AddreM
VOLTAIC IIT 80., MI8HAU, MUH.
t? DR. f ffl, .
NO. X. ! 8 I'll IN (J NO. ii.
12.: .Silicates U-
2.1.1 lOxidu of Iron 12.1
Oxide of Aluminum... O4.o
Sulphhate of Magnesia 17.8
Carbonic Acid Gas 17.8
Suljili. Hydro. Gas 10.5
Alkalies 05. 1
Allen Splines, Pope Co., Ills.
of every description from a
on the shortest notice and
lowest possible prices. Call
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
PROFESSIONAL C AKU3.
jF.OlHJE HARRISON LEACII, M. D.
PHYSICIAN it SURGECX.
Special a'tc-ntlon paid to the llnmeopattilc treat
L.tn1 nt cRrital diu-ea. and u'.fL-uea of women
ami ( tnirlri-ii.
iiI-Ut E (m ITU stre-.t. oppoK.te the Post
ofl.ee, Cairo, 111.
J jit. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAl'Olt, ELEC'TUO-VAI'OK an!) MEDICATED
A aly in attendance.
jy K W. WHITI.OCE.
ur- ii a No. I OommerclHl Aver.at, h-rtwecii
ivi t i Ai.d Nli.il. Street
C. PARSON'S, M. I).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
on'K'E- l:y Drue Store, CirbomU'.e, 111.
r'HE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of ('iiiro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
General IJankinc Business
JNTEIil'RllE SAVING BANK.
KXCU'SIVKLY A SAVIXUS HAK.
l oiiiuiereial Avenue au-l Kilitb Stret!
F. ll'.tOSS. President.
II. WEI.bS, Cashier.
P. NrKF. VlceTres'nt
I T. J. Kerth, Ass't enfh
F. Bros Cairo I William Kl;it.o. .Csiro
Peter Neir " ! William Wolf.... "
C, M . Ostcrlub " ICO. Patler "
E. A. Under " I II. Wells '
J. Y. Clemsou, Caledonia.;
A-iENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DON K.
Exohangu sold and bought. Interest pall ii
lb Saviiitfs Departmunt. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Nore TIhohI. .Hrllliica. Sirniii, Itrulx-a,
lluriia. Si-ulila. t 'rial Ultra.
AMI All. OIIIMl HOIIII.V i'llS AMI AIHF.S.
twH 1 Urui.l. .i.l l.-..K-r. t-.-r v w I..TU-. til- Ctiil.t tolllt.
l)lin-'i..ii r 1 l.iut
TIIK II Aid . A. MA l.ritt'O.
KuMMUi t f4il.uurc( flJ., l.B. A.
H" 'I " It arts on the I.IVEK, 1I0WEI.S and
KIDNEYS at thn samntimo.
Booanse It cleanses the syst.-m of the poison,
oua humora that develops in Kidney aud Uri
nary Diseases, Biliouanc-as, Jaundn-e, Constira
tion. Piles, or in liiieurnatism, Kcuralgia, Nur
vouj Duicrdera and all Female Complaints.
l fiuui pitooy df im.i.
IT WILL BtJUELY CUEB
By cauniajj FJ1EE ACTION of all tha organs
and functiona, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disease.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the worst form of these tf-rriblo diseases
havo becu quickly relieved, and in a short time
rBH E, l. Mqt'lUOK Pill, MILD 111 Pitt GGM-S.
Dry can bo sent by mall.
WELLS, ElCUAJiDSON & Co., llurUnfrton, Vt.
3 iu . p I'J b.xry A.i..i- I t
111 EN fill
ATTENTION. SMOKERS I
All contest 'into for the i' premiums accrrcfat
int' at"ive um-iunt, offered by Ula'-k well's Dur
hum Tot.afi.M Co., nui-t otiserve the followin
coiiditiotis n uliii h the premiums are Pi bo
awanl-d Ail must U-ar onr original
Hull ImrUiitti label, V. 6. Kevcime Sump, and
Caution N ,v.tv. The bats rou.-t be done up
aw-ure'y in a packafre with name and address
ofM.-ii'b r iiti-1 mitnlH-rof bag.-:oi:tiiiiied plain
ly marked on the outside. Chiirevs must bo
p'repni I. ( '-''-. ; c!',v t Sotrmbr All pack
Mes shmj:.! l.e f.irarlel Dcccmbor 1st, ami
niu-t riatb u.- at Durham not Inter t'rin Dtrcm
brr I. th N- matter where you reside, send
ymir I'M' Lh v. advise us by mail that you have
done vi. (it .1 -tati- the unrulier of bans sent.
Nanu s "I .i.e.-vfiil contestant, with number
ol r- t i'n. -I, will be published, I'C. il, in
l:.it,i-i '-1- ' New Y'-rk. IU r i.'..- i'bibulel
rhia 1 Imrliam. N. TMt-.-o )l,mt;
New ii.-!- .11: r."i-"-'-m'"r"'.' Cini-innatl, Fn
quit"; iTi:e.i-.'i. I laity Feus; inn Kraueiaco,
tSnrtiii.V. A i l'tvi,
lll.V KWI-l-l's Dt'RHAM TOBAfCO CO.,
IU'RHAM, N. ('.
Kvtry rer.uiiie parkayo hus picture of r.u!..
tj-Svc our next annouBWtaetil.-iS-
Tlie FeeMe Grow strong
When Hostetters Stomach Hitters Is used to pro
mote assimilation of the food and enrich the
blood. Indiirestlon, the chief obstacle ti an acqui
sition of strength by tho weak, is an a lmcnt
which Infallibly snccumhs to the action of this In
fallible corrective. Loss of llesh and appetite,
failure to sleep, aud crovviHir evidence of prema
ture decay, are speedi y counteracted by the great
lnvlnora:it, which braces up the phvsic.sl enemies
and fortillea the constitution against disease,
for sale by ull Dniists uud Dealers generally.
What Struck an Old Soldier.
1 1' It will soon be twenty yciM since the. wfir clos
ed." Under the hot snn of Aui;ii-t, ltS-J, the vMae of
Dover. N. J., lay still as the sphinx In Eypl,
while Elijah Sharp, of that place, slowly and soft
ly spoke of the past. "Ye," ho said, "I was In
the army aud saw many of the Bights of those
fearful years. I was finally discharged from disa
bility reultin! from sunstroks. I enmc liou.e
miserable In UeallU and spirits; so enfeebled that
I took cold on the slightest exposure. Life seem
ed worthless to me: I lived only In memory."
"That was sad enough," I said, dividing my
last two cipirs,
Thai's so," responded Mr. Sharp, "but I Kot
over It. Unturcwii: Not exactly. When In that
condition I began taking Pakkku's Tonic, and my
health commenced to lmprve right away. I was
astonished at it, and so was my wifo. 1 piled on
tho Ib sh and could eat anything. My ambition
blazed up I r iuld attend to business, and now -excepting
tliiit I have to take care about expos'tiR
myself to ihe hot sun -I am as well as 1 was the
day I enlisted. What ditTetetices there are In
things -Willis and bayonets kill ; Paiikkh Tonic
This prepaiallon, which has been known as
Paiikku's (JiNunt ToNtr, will hureafter he called
simply I'aiikkb's Tonic. As nnprim Ipled dealer!
are constantly deceiving their customers by sub
stltutlng Inferior arlle under the name of Rin
ger, aud as glngcrts really an nnimpor'.alit luiiroii
Icnt, we drop tho misleading word.
There Is no change, however In the preparation
itself, aud all the hollies remaining In the hinds
of dealers, wrapped under the name of Paiikiii'd
Uiniiih Tonic contain the gennlnn medicine, if
the fac simile signature of IIihcock & Co. la at the
bottom of theontsldo wrapper,
The Daily Bulletin.
I'li'lAl. PAl'KU UK A I. EXAM) EH COUNTY
KNTEHED AT TiiK L'AIUO roTuKKILT. 1-UU
I HA-NSMISHION TIIllULUU THE MAILS AT
SliX'lli'Si'it!ss ly a I'liyslclaii.
Oo lioiiio ntnl cat n good supper,
that's till tho inml'diio you want," uiul
tin; uiedieal frentlunian to whom a
Mail and t'.xurcsi reporter had goni
for a nervine, a sedative, or sleeping
potion, opened tho door to show him
I5tit, doctor, it's 11 o'clock tit
'Well, what of it? Oh, I see. Tho
popular prejudice) against eating at
night. Let tuu tell you, my young
'riend, that unlu. your stomach U out
f order, it is inoro hcnclit to you to
eat before going to bed than it is
harmful. Tool of a simple Liud in
duces sleep. At what hour did you
"Humph! .Jan what I thought.
Six o'clock. Fourteen hours between
your dinner and your breakfast.
Knough to keep any man awake. I5y
that time the fuel necessary to send
tho blood coursing through your sys
tem is burned out. Animals sleep "in
stinctively after meals. Human be
ings become drowsy after eating.
Why? Simply because tho juices need
ed in digestion aru supplied by tho
blood being solicited toward the stom
ach. Thus tho brain receives less
blood than during the hours of fasting,
und becoming paler tho powers grow
dormant. Invalids aud those- in deli
cate health should always eat before
going to bed. The sinking sensation
in sleeplessness is a call for food.
Wakefulness is oftentimes merely a
symptom of hunger. Gratify tho de
sire, and sleep ensues. Tho feeblo
will bo stronger if they eat on going to
bud. Some persons aro exhausted
merely by the proce-s of making their
toilet in the morning. A cup of warm
milk and toast oi retiring or of beef
tea on awakening will correct it."
"Hut is it not essential that tho
stomach should rest?''
"Undoubtedly. Yet, when hungry
we should cat. Docs the infant's
stomach re.-jt as long as the adults?
Man eats less often only because his
food requires more tinio for digestion.
Invalids and children at night may
tako slowly warm milk, beef tea, or
oat meal. Tho vigorous adult can eat
bread, milk, cold beef, chicken, raw
oysters, or some other such food. Of
course, it must be dono in moderation.
Vou start home now, and tako a cup of
tea and a beef sandwich on tho way,
and I'll risk your sleeping." Ar. 1'.
M til and Ej prist.
The Diclini? of Reality.
Art, to reach its full development,
requires arouud tho artist and within
bim a cultivation of beauty of which
the Greeks havo given an example.
This people had, for tho purity of form,
for the harmonious proportion of their
limbs, and for beautiful nudities, a love
that went to tho vergo of adoration;
and beauty was, in their eyes, invested
with some'thing sacred. This worship
of beauty was revived at tho renas
cence. In our days, on the other hand,
strength anil beauty of body aro not
tho ideal. Mmy things seem to show
that a too exclusive preoccupation with
pleasing forms, as well as with orna
ments and decorations, aro a sign by
which wo can recognise primitive con
ditions of civilizations. With thoso
modern people who are still in an in
ferior grado of civilization, as with tho
Arabs, tho nialo sex itself displays
much coquetry, and seeks to pleaso es
pecially with its strength and physical
beauty, its vesture, and its adornments.
Civilization gradually destroys theso
primitive- instincts, which havo been,
however, according to Mr. Darwin and
Mr. Spencer tho germ of art. Tho
man of our days does not care whether
ho has, under tho convenient and un
graceful vestments that hide him, a
well-developed torso and vigorous
muscles. Coquetry survives anil will
ilbubtless continue to survive with wo
men, but it too often tends to stray
from its purpose, which is to bring out
the beauty of its members. Women,
who ought, more than all other per
sons, to endeavor to preservo pure and
correct forms, take a thousand devices
to hinder their bodies aud tho circula
tion of their blood. So, not only tho
ancient culture, but beauty itself, seems
to bo falling into decadence, aud tho
principal objects of the arts is tending
to disappear. I'vpular Science Monthly
The Detective Pinkeiton.
Many of the stories told of Allen
Pinkerton, the great detectivo who
lately died in Chicago, aro characteris
tic of tho man. Among others it is
said that when tho Michigan Central
railroad first started there was a good
deal of opposition among farmers and
others. Irains wero wrecked repeat
edly, aud tho opportunity for plunder
attracted tho worst characters of tho
country. Allan Pinkerton was sent
for, and undertook in person to ferret
out tho guilty parties. Ho liually learn
ed of a plot to wreck a certain train,
llep airing to the spot nfter night ho
found a culvert where he concealed him
self. Groping around in tho darkness,
he found several crowbars and knew
then that he was in tho right place.
Ho nad been waiting for hours when
three men approached tho culvert.
Pinkerton had doubled himself up in a
corner to remain undiscovered. Tho
men took tho crowbars and proceeded
to tear up the track. Single-handed as
ho was, ho followed tho men and de
clared them to bo his prisoners. In tho
dark of the night, tho pistols wero
whipped out and a light begun, in
which Pinkerton killed two men and
wounded tho third, who escaped in tho
darkness. Hardly had Pinkerton as
certained that nono of tho rails wero
yet displaced when tho train thundered
by In safety. That was the last organ
ized attempt at train wrecking
Pat Malloy, knowu to all tho world
from the song beating his name, hits
died in Louisvillo. lib was a railroad
man, remarkable for his wit and gonial
disposition, and tho song in uis honor
was written by Charlio Ward.
W. V. I.aMhiii.n, nynr eililorof cue IiitllktiM
and sleainhoat passenger agent. Orders for all
Windsor steamboat Job printing solicited. Oftlce
at Dower's European Hotel. No. Vi Ohio levee.
It seems that the charter for the City of
Nashville to bo used by the colored peo
ple here on the 8th of August to go to Pa
ducah is no good, as there was a misunder
standing about the amount to be pa d fur
the use of tho boat, so it seems that there
is a prospect for the colored folks to walk
if they participate in the festivities at Pa-
ducah on the 6th.
Tho Gus Fowler is the never-failing
luily picket from Padticah arriving here
at 2 p. in., making close connection with
the Illinois Central It. H. for St. Ixuis, Chi
cago and all points east and west.
Tho recent light rise in the Ohio has
given the Cincinnati and Memphis packets
the courage to venture out again. The
Vint Shinkle leaves Cincinnati this evening
The Hudson from Paducah will arrive
here this evening on her way t ) St. Louis.
See W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent, and
Seven feet of water on ihe jjuage at Pa
ducah ami rising. The packets failed to
make connection on account of fog.
There is a strong talk of the Henry A.
Tyler going in the Paducah and Memphis
trado as a weekly packet.
The Belle Memphis from St. Louis pass
ed down for Vicksburg last night.
The John A. Stu Ider, fr New Orleans,
leaves St. Louis at 3 p. m. to-day.
The Elliott unloaded the tirst tow of
rock at the Chain this season.
The City ot Cairo is due fruit Vicksburg
this evening for St. Louij.
I he City of Providence leaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg.
The Jas. W. Gaff leaves Paducah this
morning for Cincinnati.
LIST OF LETT KUS REMAINING UNCALLED
FOll IN TIIK POSTOFFICE AT CAIllO, ILL.
BAT CUD AY, AUGUST 2, 1884.
Deters, M C
T mson, Bi U
Banks, K ate
I pshaw, Mollie
Atcs, Li m
Boren, James G
Coates, G R
Davis, Z B
Griswold, II II
Kidd, John S
Parker, M K
Page, II L
Richardson. T T
Steele, E P
Whittaker, W W
Bowes, W I
Brewer, J 0
Chapman.M T & M C
Dewey, N N
Fletcher, Henry II
Larkin, V C
Merryman, I) B
Neal, II A
Reynolds, John K.
Ken vo wetter, G E
BIRD'S POINT LETTEK3.
Arie, Miss Boon, Miss
Gatlin, Mollie Hawkins, John
Jones, C W McCarvel, Lucy
Moorman, Tleasant Aarmer, CC
Riperdam, Hill Step, Chas
Turner, Thos Taj lor, Mollie.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. McuriiY, Postmaster.
Our National War Songs.
We have just received from the publish
ers, S. Braiuard's Sons, BiO State St., Chi
cago, an elegant book oI'lC") pages of our fa
mous AVar Songs, full sheet music size,
words, music and piano or organ accompan
iment complete. No such complete collec
tion has ever been issued, and in sheet mu
sic form would cost over $ '-23. It Hps a title
in five brilliant colors representing one of
the most active engagements during the
battle of Gettysburg, alone worth the price
of the book. Best selling book of the sea
son for Music Dealers, Book Sellers and
Vsw Agents. Tho coinnlete work for in
troduction, until further notice, will bo
mailed post paid to any address lor lit) cents.
Address the publishers.
S. Buainakd's Sons,
Name this paper. loli Stato St., Chicago.
When rheumatism becomes chronic to
the system, tlie sufferer is apt to console
himself or herself beyond hope. Not so
Mr. Joseph Wcmbersbach, of Lansing,
T - I.,, 1,,.,-iiin- rend nf thn virtues of
inn D, n uw in, n'fc, .v..- --
Athlophorog, determined to make a trial
for himself. He did so, and the following
t.,11.1 tl.n rent nf thn fltorv : "Pleaso Rend
IUIIO 1 1 1 ." '- - ---- J
me another bottle of your medicine. Ath-
Innlinnil llH donfl 1110 ITllK'h TWlll . T 111111
I.JI!lll - ' " I"". w . . - Q -
have a bottle of it on hand. My rhcurua-
1 I I .A 1 1 A
tiain is very enronic, ana u 11 unn i euoct a
wIisxIa turn ft has at laaat ralinvod mo a
great deal, for which I can recommend it."
"The Faiiiou.s"-A Sew Firm.
The public is respectfully informed that
we have formed a partnership, under the
style til' Fry & Roasman, for the purpose of
conducting a gent's, furnishing goods and
clothing bu.iiut ss; and that wo have pur
chased the stock of Me.is. S. Maun & IJro.,
of "The Famous," which wo havo largely
increased; and are ready to meet tho''wants
of the public in any and everything pertain
ing to a lirst-cl clothing house, and at
bottom prices. Call and see uh.
The use of gasoline, in any foim, upon
premises wheiethu building or its contents
are covered by insurance, forfeits the insur
ance unless a permit is rocured from tho
company or agent who issued the policy.
H. II. Candee.
Wells & Kehtu.
Cunningham fc Yocum.
lm M. J. Howley.
Several furnished rooms on Ihe second
and third floors of the Winter Block, cor
ner of Seventh and Commercial, are for
rent tin reasonable terms. Apply to Mrs.
John Holinep. on the premises. tf
It' You Do!
If jou want to sell anything,
If you want to buy anything,
If you want to increase your business,
If you want to hire anyone,
If you want a situation,
If you have a house to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
Advertise in The Caiuo Bulletin.
These are Solid Facts.
The best blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed within the reach of Buf
fering humanity, truly is ElecJric Bitters.
Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any
disease of the urinary organs, or whoever
requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimu
lant, will always find Iilectric Bitters the
best and nuly certain cure known. They
act surely and quickly, tverv bottlo guar
anteed to give entire satisfaction or money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (4)
HficKien'tt Aruica Salve
The Best Salve in the worlu for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hinds, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruption., and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
23 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
A Ei'inarkable F.scapc.
Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunkhannock,
Pa., was alllicted for six years with Asthma
and Bronchitis, during which time the
best physicians could give no relief. Her
life was despaired of, until in last Octo
ber she procured a bottlo of Dr. King's
New Discovery, when immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its use for a short
time she was completely cured, gaining in
flesh &0 lbs. in a few mouths.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store. Large Bottles f 1.00.
Health Is Wealth.
It is worth more than riches, for without
it riches cannot be enjoyed. How many
people are without health who might re
gain it by using Kidney-Wort. It acts
upon the liver, bowels and Kidney, cleans
ing and stimulating them to healthy action.
It cures all disorders of these important or
gans, purifies the blood and promotes tho
general health. Sold by all druggists.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall. Mich.,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic
Belt and Electric Appliances on trial, for
thirty days, to men, old and yonng, alllict
ed with nervous debility, lost vitality, and
many other diseases.
See advertisement in this paper. 1
Ladies should use a Hop Plaster over
the small of the back, as it cures all pains
and aches. 123 cts. at any drugstore. All
ready to apply. (8)
I-jDiamond Dyes will Color anything
any color, and never lull. Tho easiest and
best way to economize. 10c. at rril drug
giBts. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burling
ton, Vt. Sample Card, 32 colors, and book
of directions for 2 cent Btamp.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and br;keu
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottlo 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
diarrha-a, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tono 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 tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along tho lino of tho St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
l'ni'ilif Raiiwav and International and
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands ot
acres ot tiic choicest farming and grazing
Innils In the world, ranirine in nrir.H from
12.00 to $:00 and $4.00 per acre, in a
liealtny country, witu cutuato unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and make tip your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tho crop
f.ir 1883 is .30 per cont larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed fin-money paid for tickets orfroight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Towxsend, Gcn'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louts, Mo.