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THE DAILY C'AMU) H U L L ETJ N ; SUNDAY MORNING AUGUST 3, 1884.
DIM SPRINGS SUMMER RESORT
OPEN JUNE 1
TRKMS: 88.00 per
.Kami li os on
ANALYSIS OF ONE
SPUING NO. 1.
Curb of I run IL'2.0
Silicates . . .
Chloride of Iron truce.Sulphate nf Iron.. . .
nuipiiato oi iron trace.Carbomite ot Iron,.
Alkalies :j,.o ; Alkalies
Chloride of Sodium-. .. 01.0 jSulphate of Alumina
Sulphate Alumina.... 43.0 ISulphatcof Magnesia
Sulphate Lime CO.O Chloride of Sodium..
Sulphate Magnesia.... 32.0 'Chloride of Calcium
E. A. BURNETT,
is prepared to do Job Priiitiiur of every description from a
Dodder to a Three-Sheet Poster on the "shortest notice and
in the best style, and at the lowest possible prices. Call
and et his prices.
OFFICKi-No. 71! Ohio
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. II
213 f.lJ L:M I "!"" i
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Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago. I
'l ii" Onlv I..irio Ktuumiur
O DAILY TRAIN
Ma KIM) DlKKCT CONNECTION
ThiiM I (.'aiho:
J:Ui ) it in. Moil.
Arriving in St. Louis :uO i m.: Chicago, tVTOp.tr..,
i f.h! h, at edit: and KH'.r.irnnu (or Ciiicln
tail, l.ou l.-vi'ilo , Indianapolis and point East.
l:'-." ' in. Kant St. J.ouia iintl
Arriviiitrii St Pools 6 : 4."j ji. m., and conuictln,.1
fur nil points West.
. m K;ist I-'xproHH.
For St. Louis p.n t f'hlrci, arriving nt St. Louis
l'i'lj (i in.. and Chicago ', :.n a. m.
'A:l!t j. in Cincinnati KxiiI'hi,
Airlvintr nt Cincinnati ?: a. m . : Loiiisviili i:Vj
a m. ; Ii.diaiiapo Is 4. a. m. I'wrvhgrT by
this tram rum h the above points 1 M tu .'iij
UOl'K.s in advance of any oilier ruUle.
Jj?-T1ii n : 1 " a. m. expre. ha ri'I.I.MAN
SOtEl'l.sG ('All from I'atro In Cincinnati, with
out cliiin'c, aiid through fleepers to rst. l.on :b
J-st Tirno Kast.
P-lCiUmtrntv Uiip line no throuirh to Kaft.
1 iPH ll!,t I i rn poluti without any dc'.av
caiif cd hy Sunday intervetitni;. The Saturday alter
aoou traiu from Cairo arrive. In new Yo'k Monday
nornlUK at l'i::i'i. Tblrty-m hours in advanced
m other route.
llf For through ticket, and further informatics
ai piT at lilluoi. Central Kailroad Depot, t airo.
J. II. JONES, Timet A'.'ent
A. U. HANSON. Gen. Fiim. Aiunt. Chicago
)l. II TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CK.NTIIAL It. K.
Traina depart. Train arrive.
Mail J a . rr, . 1 1 M ul! 4 :i S a. til .
Expreia M :45 p. m. tKxprecf" 11 :4' a. 111.
;st J.oulP Ex U;-i 11. 111. I Si Louis Kx p. in.
i. c. it. it (Southern Division)
t.Mail 4:4'' a.ra
tKxpresn lii:in a 111.
tAccoiu 13 p.m.
ST. I.. A I
tN. O. Kx .. ll:li:. 111.
N. O. Kx... UMiia.m.
t.N. O. Kx 4:i p.m.
M. It. It.
KxprUH H.-iO p. tn.
t-t. L. Kx. ...D:irj p.m.
tExpreM I0::in p.m.
St L. Mail... 71- p. ni.
1St. L. Kx a. a
W., ST. I..
& r. it. it.
Vn!l & Kx
I 'Mail A Kx.
.4:11 p.m. 'Accom ...
7:4') a.m. Freight....
MiT.II.K 4 OHIO U. K.
Mall 5:.'..') 11. m. .Vail
Duily except suniiay. t llailv.
AI1K1VA L AND IiEPAHTVKE OF
I. IV K. U.(throui:lilock ma:l).. r a. m.
3 p. iu .
H p. in
!i p. in.
4 p. m
(way main 4.:i')p.m.
..r p. m.
..in p. m.
.." p. in.
..5 p. m.
Iron Moiinliiin U. K
Wahaoh It. it
Texas & St. I.nnii U. K
H'. Ixinia & t'jtro lb li
Mic l.iver ariivun Wed., Sat
" rii parti Wed., Fri. & Sun.
I' O. ci'P del. op n from 7:H(iam to7: ll pm
P.O. box del. 0,1.11 Irom Kb. m. ton p. m.
Sundays get. del. open lrom.. ..Ha. m. tn In a.m.
Sundaes hox del. open from. ...(is. m. to li: am
Jy-NOTE.-Clianz' will be pu'ilished l'ri;in
time to time in city tinners. Churue your cards ac
cordiiiKly. W.M. M. MUHl'lIY. P. M
IN THE WORLD.
A powerful preparation
so ounce nirtiteil tliatatew
tlii'l'S aiplteil to the sur
face will penetrate to th
verv hnne.iiiiil almost In
HA.NTLV HtLltVlt I'AIM.
SA3 i;0E;Uiii:r CUEEof
Stiff Joints, ...
La mo Back,
Sore Throat, Pains
in Limbs. Stom
ach or Bowels.
Or In anv part 01 System
Will NOT Mill. t l.OTIIINH
nol uiseoloi Hie skin li
tins tieen In ciiii.taiit Use
n Pliv-li'liin anil oilier.
I01 Itu veai. I'rlieWo
iA0OB 8. MIPRIll . 8r tools. Mo.
TOR BALK B ALL DBTjOOlBTS AltD
DJtAXXSS IN M1DC1NE8.
TO OCTOBEU 1.
week. Special Hates to
GALLON OF WATER.
SPRINONO. '2. SPRING NO. .
42.3 Silicates 12.3
25.1 Oxide of Iron 12.1
11.0 Oxide of Aluminum... 0-1.3
00.7 Sulphhute of Magnesia 17.8
11. jCurhonic Acid Gas.. . . 17.8
3 1.1 iSulph. Hydro. Gas 10.3
1 4 Alkalies 03.4
J. 10. LliMKN, Lessee.
Allen Spiings, Pope Co., Ills.
Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
QEORGE HARRISON LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic treat
mi ni of surgical Ji-; aud diseases of women
at. ii rM iir-u.
uKHCE On U'.h mreet, opposite, tie Post
office, Cairo, lil.
J. 1". STRONG,
i 19 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
i VAI'OIS. EI.ECTKO VAI'Oi: and MEDICATED
I anmlnlstcred dai'.y.
' A s ly in attendance.
! CONSULTATION FREE.
j jyi. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Omn No. Itii Commercial AvcLtte, b-jtwecn
Hut : J in d NlLth Htree'j
G. PAHSONS, M. J).,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFFICE- ity Dr'ig Store, Carhondslii,
TUK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
Tl OHIO LEVKE.
A Gincral Eankinqr liusincss
Tit W. IIALL1UAY
JNTEUriliSE SAVING BANK.
KXCLUS1VF.LY A SAYINGS KA K.
TllOri. W. IIAM.I DAY,
loinniorcial Avenup ami Eighth Street
F. nHOSS. President,
li. WELLS, Cashier.
I P. KP. YlcePr
rT. J. Kerth, Ass't
F. Bross Cn'ro I William Klute. .Csiro
Peter Nell' ' William Wolf....
('. M Osterloh " 10. O. l'atier "
K.A.Uuder " I II. Wells '
J. X. Cletuon, Caledonia.;
A 'iENEHAL BANKING lit'SIXKsS DONE.
ExchaiiiT'i sold and bought. Interest p'lld it
the Savin ijs Department. Collections ramie and
all business promptly attended to.
tj T-t -A-
. av v-v sjzm&i
AH fnntitiints for tlio 'i'i pri'tniiims nj'cnvt
iiin ui.ove mil' mnt, otlitrtil ty ilHi'kwull'lir
iium T'.huroj i n,, 1 1 1 1 1 -,t oliwrvu tlit- following
? iik!U ns on liii h tlif r miunis ure to lo
awiinli'il' All hnvH must tn-ur our orininul
Jull InirliiiiM laU 1, ('. K. Kevctiui' Stiimp, ami
Cnutioti N'liiie. Tim biitfs must lie ilmie up
Bteim-iv in pit' ku'e with iiame niul inl'lrrss
nl si ii-1 r ami imiiiluT of ba c-ontnnie'l pluin
lv murk. '! on t!,: ouUiili;. ( hiirws must le
iTrc.:ii. 1 li.n.'. -Ic''fr Sivmher Allpu;k-ain-s
-l.uuM : frwi,r.1.-J Ih-c-tntMT lt. umt
ti.ii-t f..i 'i us si Imrhiim n.rf httn than Ixrrm
bri'th. N. ii.mUit whT you n siili', M-ii'l
y'Mir i-m-V :i , it ivi-i- ny nmil tlmt yuii Imvo
ri'.iii- v. i.imI tlit; iiuiiilii r of l,iii.'s wnt.
Names of - m '.---- t"i 1 1 1 ont.-siiuiis, with iiunil T
of ImL- r. t :rt:, i. will t.c piihlisliH, Hit. ill
I'.oston. limit; New York. IkraH; I'luhuli'l
i.hia. T ,:'.- iMirhwn, N. C. Tit.w-rn I1,mt:
;,. orJ.-Hti-', J1lw,.friil,' Cini'itinuti. hn
ijKirrr; ( hicii"). iy Aitis; San Franuibeo,
JJi.AiKWtLl lM'ItlUH Ton.ti'CO Co.,
lll RHAH. N. ('.
l'very pi-nuine i:tekage has i.irture ff Hull.
Av'.-vo our neit anuouw-onu-ntat
Rt ITfafinrho ar.'l rLw ail t!ic tronMrn Inc!
d' :it to b.ii.ui 'tutuof tliofvsti m, siK.h an IJiz
rnw, Nau'-n, Iirowtir-M, litn-ts afti-r catinp,
l'n a in thu Snl", &f. While their moot ri.uiuri
aliW uucues bu U a ehown ia curing
TT-idnrhP.yt Car'rr'FLittleLivfr Pills tMinally
alnable in Couttipation, curing and prrveutinjj
tli annoy 1115 com pln:nr, while thi-y also com-ct
all d:ri5ra f the atoiuach, erinitiiattf the liv.r
aud re'-ulitc the buff, :a. Even it th y oaly cured
A'Vsp f Vy vrt:id li'Tmctpricelis to those who
tii rfr ,rn tlin distre-'i-.n!,' coniplaiut; buifortu
l.a'ely tla- r ijixKir.cssilo' i riot 1 lid In ro,and thoa
v hoonre try ti.cra v. ill find tbcae iittlenilla vain,
n Me in co n.ar.v way that they wiUnot be wiUditf
is) vul'j'-t iLtu. tut after ail s.ck beii
e c f fo mar.? llvi 1 thn' h r" i whcr ws
cako cur prut boast. Our pais cure it whilo
(filii rs dot' t. , ,
Carter's Lit'lt L'"rr TiV.s am very ftnall an
Tory mfj to uke. tn.o rr two p:l:a make-a dose.
'J!, y w) frxtiv Tt.-iinili! and do not pritic or
i-a-w, but by thi ir p..t.tie art:on ,leao all who
I'clhPtn. Inv::.:(i.ttf.iC-rit5 Ce forfl. beiii
I y uru,'isU tvay w buc, or auut by tuaJ.
CUMLlt HEUICINE CO .Xcw York
LiTer and Kidaey Eemedy,
j (vmpoun !od from thr well known
Curatives Iiops, Malt, bueliu, lau
drake. Ilandeli Ml. S.'iratiari'.la. Cm-
cara Sarra'la. etc.. combined with aa
o.Te'alile Arotnatio Klixir.
Act opoa the Mvcr auJ Kidnfjs,
REGULATE THE BOWELS,
jTln'V cure P.l.o'.itn.H Nm, and all Uri
nary trouules. lli'-y InvioriUo,
Loun-h, KtrenctlK'n and quiet
tri" rsen'otH system
As a Tonic tliey ha.o no Equal.
rt S T..k" n-..:ie te.t II. pa mid 5Ia!t Hitters.
-FCR SE BY ALL DEALERS.
til Hops and Malt 3ittors Co. E
JJr.ST THIXG KXOIFX
Washing and Bleaching
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
SAVES LAISOK, TIMI1 nnil SOAP AM,
I.M1LV, and Hives, univeriiil sh Itlrti'tlou. Q
iiuuily, rich or pour, bboiilJ bo w itliout it.
Sold bv all (-rovers. liliWAKK of im'.tationl
xvell lieBit-'ued to nosleail. I'KAUl.INt tlio
UM.V ,sAl-M liitior-baviii!.' coiuiioiaul, juj Ul
fitt6 bfiiis the above symbol, and uiiuio 01
AVULS 1'lXli m;v vuitif.
fikv atmh-iUS Hay lover
Is a tvpe of cat aarh
li 11 v , u n peculiar symp
lorn. It is attended
by an Inflamed condU
hrane of the nostrils,
tear-ducts and throat,
ail'-ctinc the lung a.
An acrid mucus is
sncreied. the ili"chiir(0
Is lU'cnnipaiileil with a
Jl'iiiuful l.iirnmu' sensa
tion The-e mph sev-
r&-e,zm ere spasms of sneez
'("aXX'l fl'Tlellt IlllllikS
IVS' f NH of I, In,, In-.- head.-u lie.
a waierv and '.nil amed
state of tho eyes,
Ely's (' emu Halm Is a
remedy Inutidcd 011 a
correct dliiirnosis of this disease and ran be de
pended upon. 5')c. nt drlstsj tile, by mall,
Sample bottle bv mail P'c.
KI.Y HHOTIIKHS, Urn KIsl, Owowo.N.VJ
8350.00 I'EU MONTH!
Vv.vv SAU,a AND IHMMISSION
to competent business niannuer for this city (or
Stalj) Agency. JfKSPONSIlll.i; COMPANY, bu
Iness p'actli allv a monopoly, rivalllni; the Tele
phone. :,IM CASH Hl-.(H'IHKI) for l.liH)
SAMPLE OUTFIT STAPLhoooDS. Noboinls.
No Particulars address, with references.
21 East 1 1th St., Sew York City.
1 1 y
The Daily Bulletin.
tilT U'lAl. PAPEU OF AI.EXANDFIt COUNTY
.MI.KKU AT TUB C'AIIU) POSTOKKICE Koll
VIIANSMISMION TIIIIUUOII TIIK. MAILS AT
HKCONI1 ('LASH HATES.
The Slander Against Cleve
land. During the past several 'vetks a numlicr
of the Ilepulilicftn organs have been lillel
with colu m iu of nnsiy Bluiiiler uu'ainst Mr.
Clcvelnti'l. Tliu liitt reply wo have no
ticed to this is is from an Independent He
publican paper published in Chic(to, and
it i9 eo replete with common Benae that we
reproduce it entire:
"It would .be amusing' if it was not so
serious a matter, to read tho explanations
with which most of the thick and thin He
publican org ins introduce tho foul slander
on Governor Cleveland's private character,
which recently originated in Buffalo. 'We
sincerely hope this terrible charge is un
true,' they say, and 'we) trust 'our readers
will suspend judgment until the other side
has been hear! from.' 'We do not under
stand that Mr. Cleveland is a libertine, and
would not make any such charges against
him, but,' etc. 'If there is any truth in
this story, it.13 surprising that nothing was
heard ot it during the Gubernatorial cam
paign of 1Ss2; still there may have been
especial reasons for withholding itfrom the
public then.' We have always deprecated
a campaign of slander, and no one feels
more deeply than ourselves the humilia
tion which stories such as this must bring
upon all true Americans. The charges
against Governor Cleveland are not very
well substantiated, and lack something of
the appearance of truth, but our duty as
journalists compels us to print the allega
tions. Of course we will cheerfully make
room for any refutation which Mr. Cleve
land or his friends may wish to give to the
public' These are some ot the lame and
impotent explanations which organ-grind
ers in all parts of the country are making
for publishing an obscene story of the li
centiousness of a Presidential candidate.
''Scribes, pharisees and hypocrites! The
authors an 1 circulators of this calumny
know full well that it cannot and will not
be answered. True or false, it will stand
as they have uttered it. No reputable per
son in Buffalo, the scene of the romance,
can be found to father it. Every one who
ha3 been questioned concerning it, profess
es ignorance or disbelief. It may be an
iuvention or it may not. As to that it mat
ters little. It is a charge which it is easy
to make, and of which disproof is out of
the question. An attempt to answer
would involve the subject of the report,
though ho were 3 chaste a9 ice, in an end
less maze of scandal. The private charac
ter of Presidential aspirants must bejudg
ed by the esteem in which they are held at
their homes. It has been demonstrated at
the polls, and we have the concurrent tes
timony of all reputable Republican news
papers in Buffalo, that Grover Cleveland
possesses in an extraordinary degree the
confidence aud respect of the people of that
city, irrespective of party. The scandal
ll'nds no circulation there, save in a charac
terless rag devoted to sensation and cal
umny. "The public acts of olllcials are just sub
jects for discussion and criticism, but as to
their private lives, when they are men of
good repute, as both candidates are this
year, the tittle-tattle of scandal mongers
the venomous falsehood of the brothels,
and the intentions of malignant partisans,
should be resolutely put down by all de
cent people. It is not mud-throwing to
criticise Mr. Blaine for his conduct as
Speaker or Secretary of State, any more
than it is vituperation to criticise Mr
Cleveland for his acts as Governor. It is
mud throwing of the most contemptible
kind to charge a man with offenses against
society which no one of character will tes
tify to, and which cannot be answered,
whether false or true.
"In the name of political and journalistic
decency, and in condemnation of the sneak
ing and sniveling hypocrisy which first dis
credits and deplores, aud then publishes
broadcast a wanton slander, we protest
against tho style of warfare that is being
waged against Cleveland, and demand for
him the same immunity from personal con
tumely which Mr. Blaine is enjoying. In
private life they have both been favored
with more than the ordinary degree of re
spect and admiration. If they were per
sonally corrupt, vicious and dangerous men
their friends and neighbors would have
found them out long ago. Antagonize
them on their public records they are
boih vuucrable enough and inay ihe best
Stages of the River.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 2:12 p. m. yesterday, IS feet 3
inches. Rise during previous twenty
four hours, 0 foot 6 inches.
Chattanooga, Aug. 2. River 9 feet 10
inch and rising.
Cincinnati, Aug. 2. River 5 feet 4
inches and rising.
Louisville, Aug. 2. River 3 feet 0
inches and falling.
Nashville, Aug. 2. River 4 ft 5 inch
cs and falling.
Tittsburg, Aug. 2. River 4 feet 5 In
dies and falling.
St Louis, Aug. 3. River 10 ft 0 inch'
es and falling.
The Laborer's Friend.
Wultei N. Thayer, President of the
W'orkingnieu' HsseinMy of the State of
New York, Ims prepare! the following
important statement, which appeared in
the local press of Albany, on Wednesday.
I have been informed that a statement
has been published to the effect that
while in Chicago, at the recent National
Democratic Convention, I stated that I
could pledge the vote of the workingnien
of this and other localities to Governor
Cleveland. I wish to state that no such
expression ever fell from my lips, and that
no interview with me was ever published
in which I made such a statement. On the
contrary, I stated that uo man could
pledge the vote 0' the labor element of
New York State, or ot any portion ot'Jit, to
any candidate, nor did any man have suffi
cient influence to cause it to be cast
against any candidate. I stated that if
any man pretended to pledge the working
men'a vote to any candidate, he did so
without any authority. I stated that I
had no authority to speak for them on po
litical questions, cor had anyone else. I
was asked what my personal preferences
were, and I said thet I preferred Guv.
Cleveland. . When asked my reasons, I
expressed them as follows: The Working
men's Assembly of this State, since I have
been at the head of that organization, suc
ceeded in passing through the Legislature
the following bills: Abolishing the manu
facture of hats in state prisons; creating a
bureau Jof labor statistics; the tenement
house cigar bill, twice; the abolition of con
vict contract system; the alien law, and the
conductors' and drivers' bill seven in all.
Of these measures Gov. Cleveland signed
five and vetoed two viz: the alien law,
and the conductors' and drivers' bill. As
to the alien law, it is generally acknowl
ed now that he did us a kindness in veto
ing that bill, because, through errors of
our own in drafting the measure, the bill
as passed would have been a positive in
jury to us. The conductors and drivers
bill I think he should have signed. So
the record shows that we have sent to Gov.
Cleveland six perfect bills, and he has
signed five and vetoed one. On this record
I am not prepared to condemn him. If
the governor does us five favors and com
mits but one error I feel that ho is en
titled to my eupport. In addition to the
labor measures prepared 1 y our organiza
ion, Guv. Cleveland has signed a bill in
troduced by Senator Fassell, which makes
workingmen preferred creditors in case of
assignment or failure of the firm or cor
poration by which they are employed
Recognizing the justice of the measure and
its great benefit to the workingmen, I ask
ed Gov. Cleveland to sign it, and he did so
without hesitation. So, to sum the matter
up, he has approved of six bills favorable
to our interests and disapproved of one
By his record on legitimate labor measures
I judge him, and on the strength of that
record I shalTsupport him. I do not wish
it understood that I am voicing the senti
ments or preferences of any ono but my
self. I have no authority to speak for the
workingmen on political subjects."
York, Pa. Mr. E. W.Spanglcr, publish
er, York, Pa., Daily, states that in a severe
attack of neuralgia, by rubbing the parts
affected and saturating a piece of flannel
with St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain-cure,
once only, he was permanently cured.
Answer tliis if vou Can.
Is there a person living who ever saw a
case of the ague, biliousness, ncrvousuess
or neuralgia, or any disease of the stomach
liver or kidneys, that Hop Bitters will not
"My mother says Hop Bitters is the only
thing that will keep her from severe at
tacks of paralysis and headache. Ed. Os
"My little sickly puny baby was chang
ed into a great bouncing boy, and I was
raised from a sick bed by using Bop Bit
ters a short time. A Youso Motiier.
"No use to worry about any liver,
kidney or urinary troubles; especially
Bright's Disease, or Diabetes, as Hop Bit
ters never fail to cure, where cure is possi
ble !! I
"I had a severe attack of gravel and kid
ney trouble; was nnable to get any medi
cine or doctor to cure mo until I used Hop
Bitters. They cured me in a short time.
T. R. Attt.
2-4? Unhealthy or inactive kidneys
cause "gravel, Bright's disease, rheumatism
and a horde of other serious and fatal dis
eases, which can be prevented with Ib'P
Bitters," if taken in time.
"Ludincton, Mich., Feb. 2, 1ST1.). I
have used Hop Bitters for four years, and
there is no medicine that surpasses them
for bilious attacks, kidney complaints, and
all diseases incident to this malarious cli
mate. H. T. Alexasdeu.
"Monroe, Mich., Sept. 25, 1875. Sins :
I have been taking Hop Bitters for inflam
mation of the bladder. It has done for me
what four physicians failed to do cured
me. The effect of '.he Bitters seemed like
magic to me." W. L. Cahtek.
Ilistc- Your Hop Hitter have been of great
yalue to urn, I was laid np with typhoid lever for
over two months, and conhl get no relief until I
tried our Hop Hitters. To those inlTurlnn from
debltlt.v, or any one In fueblo health, I cordially
rucoinmond them. J.,0. Stohts!i.,
(US Fulton St., Chicago, 111.
"Paralytic, nervua, tremulous old la
dies aro made perfectly quiet unci sprightly
by using Hop Bitteis.
IVNone eenalna withont 1 bunch of croon
uops on tne wtuto lanel. Htinn an the Tin
onoas ituffwltU "Hop" or "Hops" iu their
Change of Ownership.
I have this day sold my commission
business on H!h St. to L. L. Alden and R.
H. Puckett. They will receivo and receipt
for all accounts due me. Trusting you will
continue your patronage to them.
Respfy, G.M. Alden.
Caiho, 111., August 2, 1S84.
"The Famons' A New Firm.
The public is respectfully informed that
we have formml a partnership, under the
style of Fry & Ri ssman, for the purpose of
conducting a gent's furnisliing goods and
clothing business; and that wo have pur
chased the stock of Mess. S. Mann & Bro.,
of "The Famous.,'' which we have largely
increased ; and are ready to meet the'wants
of the public in any and everything pertain
ing to a first class clothing house, and at
bottom prices. Call and see us.
Louis Ross mas.
The use ot gasoline, in any foim, upon
premises where the building or its contents
ure covered by insurance, forfeits the insur
ance unless a permit is procured from the
company or agent who issued the policy.
II. II. Candee.
Wki.i.8 &, Keutii.
ClNNlSOriAM ifc Yoccm.
lm M. J. Rowley.
Several furnished roon.s on the second
and third floors of tho Winter Block, cor
ner of Seventh and Commercial, are for
ronton reasonable terms. Apply to Mrs.
John Holmes, on the premises. tf
These are Solid Facts.
The best blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed within the reach ot suf
fering humanity, truly is Llectric 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 Electric Bitters tli
best and only certain cure known. They
act surely and quicklv, everv bottlo guar
anteed to give eutire satisfaction er money
refunded. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
Barclay Bros. (4)
bnckien'H Arnica salve
The Best Salve 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 i guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
A Remarkable Escape.
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 bottle of Dr. King s
New Discovery, when immediate relief was
felt, and by continuing its use for a short
time she was completely cured, gaiuing in
flesh 50 lbs. in a few months.
Free Trial Bottles of this certain cure of
all Throat and Lung Diseases at Barclay
Bros' Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
For she cure of Catarrh, I can recom
mend Ely's Cream Balm, as the best rem
edy I have ever used. Dr. J. S. Vaughan,
dentist, Muskegon, Mich.
The Hope of the Nation.
Children, slow in development, puny,
scrawny and delicate, use "Wells' Health
Thirty-four years a victim of Catarrh. I
have tried many remedies. One bottle of
Ely's Cream Balm gave me more real bene
fit than all the rest. It is a safe and valua
ble medicine.--A. L. Fuller, Danby, N. Y.
Those unhappy persons who suffer from
nervousness and dyspepsia should use Car
ter's Little nerve Pills, which are made ex
pressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic
sufferers. Price 25 cents, all druggists.
"iiough on Tain."
Cures colic, cramps, diarrho'a; external
ly for aches, pains, sprains, headache, neur
algia, rheumatism. For man or beast. 25
and 00 cents.
St. Lous, Mo., August 30, 1383. I have
used your Penetrating Oil in my family for
the last two years, and find it an unfailing
remedy for iheumatism, sprains and tooth
ache. My boys who are very fond of the
National game, base ball, say they cannot
do without it. Yours truly,
Geo. E. Bennett,
Teller City Treasury, St. Louis.
"Hough on rain" Plaster;
Porous and strengthening, improved, the
bet for backache, pains in chest or side,
rheumatism, neuralgia. 25 cents. Drug
gists or mail. 5
I have used Ely's Cream Balm for dry
Pntarrli ito which eastern nersons are sub
ject who come here to live.) It has proved
a cure. 1. r. -M. Weeks, uenver, mio.
Something ohl Allen's Bilious Physic
Acts quickly, relieves promptly, and never
fulls to cure sick headache and constipa
tion. 25 cents large bottle. At all drug
Cheap Homes iu Arkans w aud Texas
Along the lire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain iirul Southern Railwav. Txa and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands iu the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, witli climate unsurpassed
, 1 -i .... V 1 - e. 1 . . o,l
lor Siuiioruy nun cotuiori. ocuu yom u
ilresa tn the lndrTsii'ni'd for A COttV of Sta
tistic of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and makeup your mini! to go anu
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
for I8t .1 is OU per cent larger umu
1882. To those purchasing laud owned by
the Companv, and paying one-fourth, one
half, oralfcHsh, a proportionate rebate i
Unwed for money paid forticketi or freight
over tho Comraniea lines.
II. C. Towns end, uen 1 1 .
St. Louis, Mo.