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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 2, 1884.
LLINOIH CENTRAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Oniv Liine Kunmim;
0 DAILY TRAIN
Making Direct Connection
Traimi It kit Cairo:
U:U a m. Mail,
Arriving In Ht. Lools 1:00 i.m.; CUIc((O,S:!0p.n..,
Connecting at Odin and Bttlngham for Cincin
nati, Loauvillc, Indianapolis aud potuta Kml.
1U:G l- in. Fast Ht. IjouIb iiml
Arriving In St Loels 6:45 p. in., and connecting
for all poiuts Weil,
3:40 p. in. Kant Kiprcus.
For St. Louii and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
IU'13 p. in., and Chicago 7 :At a. m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati KiprpM.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:"0 a.m.; I.ouinvllli
a. m. ; Indlauapolls 4:i a. in. Pasci,gi?r. bv
lliU train renin tbe above poiuts IU to .'JO
HOURS In advance of any other route.
Of-Tlie S:4.r, a. in. express ha PULLMAN
ItOKKPlNO CAK from t'iro to Cincinnati, with
out channel, aud through sleepers to St. Louts
Fakt Tirno Kast.
P, aciiTi tTaiiKi bT lD" 1,ue through to East,
i USSCllClS em polnu without any delay
tauted by Sunday Intervening. Tbe Hatarday after
noon train from Cairo arrive! In new York Monday
aiornlug at 10:35. Thlrty-il bourein advanceol
BT other root.
yrYut through ticket and farther information
apply at Illluola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JONKS, Ticket Agent
A. B. HANSON. Gen. Pase. Aieont. Chlcsiro
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Tralnt depart. Train err vc.
tMail 2:2)a.T.. ItMall- 4:'5a.re.
Kipreae 3:45 p. in. 1 tExpri.s 11 .45 a. m.
Si Louli Sx U;'ii p. m. I tSt Lnaie Kx ii:U p. m.
I. C. R. R (Southern Division)
..4:45 a. in
ItN. O. Ex ..ll:10'a. m.
tSt L Mill.
tSt. L. ll.
111::) a. in.
... 3 45 p.m.
tN.U. Ex... 11:10 a.m.
ItN.O. E 4:p.in.
ST. I. I
,. 7:4" p.m.
....: a. m
. M . H. H.
Express 2:10p. m.
tst.L. Mall.. .0:.'W a.m.
t-t. L. Ei...,b:(wp. m.
Wn BT. L. P. R. R.
Mall Ki.....i:lVi.m. I Mall A Ex.. 9 30p.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. I 'Accom I0::t0a.m.
Krl)(bt.....7:41 a.m. Freight 6:45 p.m.
MOBILE OHIO R. K.
Vail . 5:55a.m. Mill 8:10 p. ra
Dailjr except Sunday, t Dallv.
ARRIYAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Arrat I Dep'r
P. O. fm PC
I. C. K. ft. (through lock mall).. 8 a. m.
" " " ..lltoOam
3 p. ra.
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
7 a. ru.
S p. m
Iron Mountain K. R.....
.. '4:110 p.m.
Wabash It. K
e s. m.
, U noon
4 p. m.
a p. m.
Texaa 4 Ht. Louie R. R.
Ht. Louie Cairo R- R..
Miaa Klver arrive. Wed.
, Hat. A Mou
denarta Wed . Frl. A 8un.
P O. rep del. opi-n from 7:30 am to?:30 pm
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. to 9 p. m.
Hundaya get. del. open from.. ..8a. m. to 10a.ru.
Sundays box del. open from... tia. m. to 10:3Uam
Hf-NOTK. Changes will ftp published from
time to tlnie In city papers. ( f ange your cards ac
cordlngly. WM. tf. MURl'UY. P. M
T EL" E
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
Successor to Widow, and Orphan Mutual Aid So
ciety, organized July 4th, 1877, under
tbe laws of 1872.
JOHN H. ROBINSON ..... President
WM. STRATI" N Vlce-Prlsidenl
J. A.UOLOSTINK Treasurer
C. W. DUNNINO - Medical Advisei
THOMAS LEWIS Secretnr)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Miration, Stratton A Bird, t;roier, Cairo, III.
J. A. Goldetine, ofOoldetlne 3c Koeenwater, whole
sale and retail drr good;C. W. Dunning. M. O.;
Pres. Bd. Med. Kx., for reunions; Albert Lewis,
commission merchant: J, II Robinson, county
Judge and notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent; R. II. Baird, city
treat supervisor; M. Phillips, carpenter and build
er; Thomas Lewis, attorney aud secretary ; K.V.
Pierce.attorney at-law, Untinoln U1.;K. C. Pace
cashier of Centennial Bank, Ashley, 111.; Albert
llayden. cashier of George Connelly A Co., Spring
field, III ; B. M Mann, attorney-at-law, 106 Ran
dolph, street, Chicago; Hon. Robu A. H&tcher, attorney-at-law,
Charleston, Mo.; H. Leighton
cashier First National Bank, Stnart. Iowa.
Stati or Illinois I Circuit Court of said
V aa County. In Chan
CflUMTTOr ALKXANblU t cert. . '
Otis A. OfllMirn, Carolina E. OHborn, Adallno Poor,
George A. Poor, Alinira Poor and Evan Poor,
John Wolf. Henry Wolf, Mrs Wolf vdfn of Henry
Wolf, Fanny Shriver, JenYrson Shrivr,
Loulea Allen, Anna Mary Jarrutt,
and Eliza Fisher,
Bill In Cliancwv for Partition.
Public Notice la hereby given that, in pursuance
of a decree; made and entered by said court In the
ahnvn entitled piiimo. on the 18th (lav of Sent.. A. 1).
IHHt, I, Alexander II. Irvln, Master in Chancery of
ine circuit court ol earn county, win, on
TII SSnd DAY OF OCTOBER, Wl,
at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at the
southwesterly door of the court houee, In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illinois, sell
at public auction, to the highest and lieet
bidder for rash, all and elngular,
the following described premises and real estate
In said decree mentioned, situate In the First
addition to the cltv of Cairo. In the rountv nf Alex.
ander and state of Illinois, 'or so much tnereof aa
all all be su indent to satisfy said decree, to-wit:
Lou numliered three 0) uud four (4), In block num
bered forty-eight (48).
Dated Cairo, 111.. Sept. Kith, IBM.
t ' . ALEX II. IRVIN,
Master in Chancery,
00, Usher, CorapMnanta' Solicitor.
JR. ,1. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAPOR, ELKCTKO-VAPOK and MEDICATKU
A iady lu attuudaoce.
Jjl M. 1IAKRELL, M. D.
OFFICE Eaet Side Commercial, below 8tt St.
R. E W. WHITLOCE,
Orrica No. 13s Commercial Avenue, betweea
KghtbDfl Nlt.th Htreeu
yj O. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFI'K'E City Drug Storo. Carliondalo, 111.
rpil E CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
A General Banking: Business
TilOrf, W. HALMDAY
ENTERPRISE SAVINO BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
Couiiuercial Avenue aud Eighth Street
K. BHOS.H, President. I P. NFF, Vice I'res'nt
11. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kurth, Ass'l cash
. Bros... Ca'ro I William Klnie. .(.': lro
Peter Neff William Wolf.... "
C. M . Oetcrloh " ICO. Patter "
tf.A.Buder " II. Welle
J. Y. Clemoon, Caledonia.
A UE.NBKAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange ro'.d and bought. Intereet paid ti
the Savings Department. Collections made and
all buslne.1 promptly attended to.
a. -W rt W
Sj ran W
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mncle to , Order.
St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OA 11 tO.
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
8th Strcoi, between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
" ALL KINDS OF AMUfflTION.
lfe. ltnatred. All Rtnd nt Key Mde.
CAIRO STAR LAUNDRY.
I would respectfully announce to the cltlxeni of
Cairo that I bare opened and am carrying on
first class laundry In tbe rear of Winter's Block,
on Seventh street, where I am prepared to do all
kinds of work in my line In a superior aud work
manship style, defying competition and at reason
able figures. All woik guaranteed, and prompt
payment If any goods are lost.
IN. B. Entrance to laundry, through tho private
entrance to W inter's Block. 7 24 8m
2 h jm Si
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Friday and Saturday Nights,
and Haturday Matineo-"KANCnON"
OCT, 8rd & 4th.
First appearance In this city of I ho Peerless and
uuiva loung Actress,
The New, Romantic five Act Drama by Morgan
uaies auu r.iwyu A. uarrou,
'A MOUNTAIN PINK",
a story of life among tuo
Moonshiners North Carolina
Introducing the Brilliant and Favorlto Young
In her KiqnUItu Character,
the Monntaln Girl, supported by a Select Compa
ny. Thrilling Scenes aud Incidents In the
"Black 3i0untain Country!"
rryAdmlsslon 5 and 75c; gallery 2"c. Ke.
served seats at lluder's.
LAST EXCUKS10N !
of the year to
ILL. CEN. R. R.
Tuesday, Oct. 7
Special train leaving Cairo at ?:25 a. ro and arrlv
inii at Chicago at 6:30 p. m:, same day.
Fare to Chicago & Return
A fine opportunity of visiting the Chicago Ex
position with it many and varied attractions,
combining everything to please and instruct.
IdGr-Tickets food m return on until Oct. th.
K. T. JEFFERY, Gen. Snpt.
J. F. MERRY, Gen. West. Pass. Agt.
A. H. HASON, Gen. Pass.Agt.
IAS. a. SMITH.
fOBIRT A. SM1T
Grand Central Store.
OA IRQ. - - ILL
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
rlisrh8t Cash Prie Paid for Wheat
The Regular Cairo Paducah Daily
HENRY E. TAYLOR, Master.
UUGE JOUEa, Clerk.
leaves Ptdacah forCilfo dally (Sundays except
ed) at 8 a. m., and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
ng, leave Cairo at 4 p.m.: Moand City at 5 p.m
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLARKSON, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Bank, Hth St
tGood Stock and Prices Reasonable..
A LADY of ABILITY
To canvass for Madame Grlswold's
Patent Skirt Supporting Corset and
Skirt-snnnorler. n pi,a n,i vicini
ty. These are without a rival. Send
J. B. PUTNAM, Gon. Agt.,
1 State Street, Chicago
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OTKI), HTKKNin HKNKD." Ktc. ..n lntn-tiinr
aivf mnoimini uinynin lnmir paiwr. Inr.uTy toin
iimnua we will nay that, tliuru l co eviili.ncB of lull"
bill! about this. OnUie mtrary. tlniadvHrti,.riiri,
T.try tliyluy inilnrtMt lntornf.ol person! mat lent
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If la fc "ilpliyWral wutu.it, lu.1 manhixKl.nar-
k"ua """"lu.. III. rauiu onndlvntlimi,
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on rtrtlpl of 11 etn'i furl
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as MAiNms fr fur Pile.
Price fl, at dninlsU, or
11 prapua nr mail, sample
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GENERAb LOCAL ITEMS
The Presidential election takes place
this year on the 4th of November.
Tho incliuca are all in good working
order at Bird's Point, and transfers made
Tho opposition when they swear thero
are no Boldiuri on tho stato Democratic
ticket, forget Carlin, Orendorff and Mc
Kiolay. Poor old Oglesby goes over the state
blubbering, "My God, what shall I do if
I am beaten l' The question may be said
to bother his father-in-law also.
Corn on the last of September was
crowded away up in the Chicago market,
ruDtiiiig from 05 cents to $1.00 per bushel.
This was done by the bulls, the bearers are
doing the squealing.
It is said "the ambition of the Presi
dent's life is to close his administration in a
blaze of glory." Tis very likely Mr. Ar
thur will step down and out in a "blazo of
glory" of the Democratic kind.
Tho first meeting of the Woman's Club
and Library Association for the fall and
winter of 1884-5, was hold yesterday after
noon in their new hall in the public library
building. The attendance was unusually
good, and each member took a lively inter
est in the business pertaining to the work
of the year. Tho literary exercises were of
a high order; among them may be noted a
paper written by Mrs. Juliet McDowell,
entitled "Sweet Secrets and Sunshine," aud
a poem by Mrs. L. J. Rittenhouse, entitled
"My Old Clock."
To the ladies: As the time is now at
hand when fall and winter dresses and
wraps are to be made, we have decided to
make the following offer, in order to show
every lady the elegance perfection and
style of the fitting done by our Le Bon
Ton System of Garment Cutting. We will
send to any lady mentioning this paper, a
basque, polonaise, wrapper, skirt and over
skirt pattern full set of five patterns for
50 cents. Cloak, circular or dolman pat
tern for 15 cents; infant's health wardrobe,
10 patterns, 30 cents; infant's first short
clothes, 10 patterns, '40 cents. Sent free
by mail upon receipt of price. Send buBt,
waist and under arm measure; also length
of back and front from neck to waist line.
Address Bonton System Co., Alliance, 0.
The charming electric girl of Georgia,
who possesses the power to shake up only
one man at a time, would have no chance
with Ben Butler or an earthquake. A well-
organized earthquake can upset an entire
picnic in one round. Ben Butler has in a
few days "jaunt around the country," caus
ed, in his own opinion, Republican and
Democratic statesmen of stalwart propor
tion8 to tot t iy, spoil grabbers to quail, poli
tical charlatans to quiver, monopolistic
champions to tumble, and British free trade
spies to dance the devil's hornpipe. Ben
Butler is evidently a thousand horse-power
galvanic battery, and with the double
distilled Democratic lightning with which
his mental organism is charged, he will in
this campaign prove equal to about two
well-grown earthquakes. All in the opin
ion of said Ben Butler, in which he is
about the lonesomest man in the universe.
We clip from the Denver Tribune the
following notice of the marriage of a gen
tleman, well known to the people of Cairo,
especially the young folks, who will read it
with a great deal of pleasure. Mr. White
was for many years connected with railroad
offices in Cairo:
"Mr. Robiou White and Miss Ellen King
were married at the residence of the bride's
mother, No. 587 Glenarm street, last even
ing. The ceremony was performed by tbe
Rev. C. H. Marshall, of Trinity church and
was witnessed by the family and a few of
friends; and at 8 o'clock Mr. and Mrs.
White boarded the' Kansas Pacific train for
Tezarkana, Ark., where they will make
"The bride is a daughter of the late
Gov. J. A. King of Kentucky and is much
loved for her womanly qualities by her
many friends in Denver.
"Mr. White is one of the leading railroad
men of the southwest. Though a young
man, he has already made - his mark in his
chosen profession. For some time past he
has been located at Tesarkana, Ark., where
he holds the responsible position of cashier
ol the St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Soutborn
and the Texas Pacific railroad companies.
The many friends of the newly wedded pair
will wish them much joy, in which good
wishes of the. Tribune joins very heartily."
The Stock Law.
I own a cow, but the lord only knows
where she is. Don't you think I did right
to sign the petition for a new vote on the
stock law? What do you believe?
We believe a majority of the property
holders and tax-payers of Alexander coun
ty are in favor of a stock law; a law that
will do away with the necessity of fences
entirely, and allow the farmers in the dis
tricts subject to oveiilow to expend the
timo and money how requirod for re-building
fences every season, in a bettor cultiva
tion of their farms, and we think it only re
quires to be placed before the people in a
right light to be carried by a round ma
jority. The prairie counties needed stock
laws and passod them; Alexander ceunty
neods a stock law more than any prairie
county, becauBo no fence, wire or rails will
withstand the Mississippi river when it ii
out of its banks. All must be rebuilt when
the floods have run out. There is a great
deal of truth in the trenehant remark ef a
gentleman, in our hearing few days ago.
Said he, "we spend a thousand dollars a
year for fences to keep out ten dollars
worth of nigger hogs."
It is a fact and as we said before if tho
matter is placed in a proper light before
the people, they will understand it and tbe
law will be passed. And why not? It
would not only benefit the farmers, but it
would be a genuine blessing to people,
rich or poor, in the city who own cows.
With the law would come cattle-herders
who, for a uoruiual sum, would drive tho
cows to good pastures in the morning, and
back again to their owners in the evening.
Ten times the cost would be realized in
freedom from worry over strays, cattle
thieves, milk thieves, and all the other ills
to which owners of cows aro now subjected.
By all means, let us have the measure
submitted to the pcoplo again. Sign the
petition, twice if you own a cow and four
times if you own two. Let us havo a stock
aw that will keep up every animal that
goes on four legs or three legB or no legs
at all if that were possible.
Mr. II. W. Brid.:n, of Bennington town
ship, Iowa, states he was cured of rheuma
tism by a few applications of St. Jacobs
Oil, the wonderful pain-reliever.
STAGES OF TUB RIVER.
River marked by the gauge at this
port, at 8:12 p. m. yesterday, 16 feet 3
inclres. Rise during previous twenty
four hours, 2 feet 0 inches.
Chattanooga, Oct. 1. River 0 feet 7
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Oct. 1. River 3 feet 11
inches and rising.
Louisville, Oct. 1. River 3 feet 5
inches and rising.
Nashville, Oct. 1. River 0 ft 5 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Oct. 1. River 4 feet 0 in
ch and rising.
8t Louis, Oct. 1. River 20 ft 6 inch
es and rising.
The City of St. Louis leaves St. Louis
Saturday for New Orleans.
The City of Yicksburg leaves St. Louis
this evening for Yicksburg; is due here to
The City of Helena, from Yicksburg,
passed up for St Louis lrst night. She
had a fair trip.
The City of Cairo arrived here last night
tor St. Louis. She had a fine trip; received
some freight here and departed for Yicks
burg at 11 p. m.
The Mississippi & Ohio are still rising
Yesterday was exceedingly hot, and the
wind being from the east we will likely
have more rain soon.
Tbe raising of the Democratic pole on
the levee yesterday was completed, and the
Cleveland and Hendricks flag was unfurled
to the breeze at 4 p. m.
The Gus Fowler had a regular menag
erie on board when she left here yerterday,
consisting of William goats, dogs, and
birds rare species, &c, &c.
The transfer steamer Morgan will go on
the ways at Mounds City for repairs next
Monday. As the repairs will be light, she
.will probably not be idle more than two or
The Gus Fowler arrived on time yester
day, and reports 8J feet water on the
chain. She received about 30 passengers
on her return trip to Paducah, in the list
11 persons belonging to some show troupe.
The Tearl, Capt. Bud Smodley master,
leaves here this morning with a heavy tow
of empty barges for Grand Tower. Tbe
current of the Mississippi is said to be
very heavy, which will make it tough
for tbe Pearl, but for a small boat she is
great on the push.
The new Bteamer Lake Washington ar
rived here yesterday evening on her way to
Yazoo river. She will receive freight here
this morning and depart at noonv She is
a singular looking craft for this section of
waters, but is just the thing for the trade
she was expressly built for. Capt. Mulhol
land is in command, and Harry Doss, a
popular Cincinnati and New Orleans pilot,
will guide tho little steamer to her destina
tion. Do not for a moment let your confidence
betray you into supposing yourself incapa
ble of mistake. It is indeod a serious
blunder to refuso to take Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup when you even suspect you have
Mr. William E. Cramer, tho vonorablo
proprietor of the Milwaukoo Evening
Wisconsin, writes in n letter from Iro
land: "Who has not hoard of Dublin
stout? Mr. Guinness, tho groat manu
facturer of this black beverage, drunk
aliko in Europe and America, is noted
(or his liberality both In politics and
religion. He has restored St. Patrick's
Cathedral to its old-limo grandeur at
an oxpendituro of 700,000. and has
beon a Conservative candidttto for Par
liamnnt from Dublin, and tho election
expensos and tho unsuccessful contest
of his ont, I was assured by his col
league, had cost him not loss than
$'00,00Q. So an American must un
derstand that there is monoy In stout'
lloro it sells for four conts a pint In
America it soils for 17 cents.1'
An Omaha man has a watch and
chain made from 'the gold filings
found In on old jewelry factory in
Brooklyn. The boss jeweler was ex
ceedingly careless, and the' man who
succeeded him in the business found a
f 60 diamond In -the rubbish, betides
$10,000 worth of filings. . : , . ,
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBsuo's, 56 .Ohio
levee. . tf
On account of the low price of flour, I
have increased the sue and weight of my
loaves and now otrer to the public a larger
loaf of better quality than any baker in tbe
city. Frank Kratst.
For the Best Oysters,
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
New Stock of Millinery Goods.
Mrs. K. C. Walsh has received from
New York and St. Louis her new stock of
millinery and fancy goods and cloaks and
Jersey jackets. She kindly invites the la
dies to call and examine her stock at the
store formerly occupied by Mrs. McLean,
on Eighth street.
Look for the Bed Light,
at DeBaun's 56 Ohio levee.
Mrs. L. E. Williamson
has returned home from St. Louis
after an absenco of several days, hav
ing purcnascd a large stock or . all
the latest novelties and . . styles
in millenery and fancy goods, although tbe
majority of ber stock has been bought in
New York, of tbe famous bouses of Sulli
van, Dure & Co., and W. II. Lyons, of
which she is receiving daily. tf
Open Day and Night.
DeBaun's restaurant, 56 Ohio levee.
Special Terra of the Circuit Court.
A specitd term of the circuit court of
Alexander county, in the state of Illinois, -
tor the transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal business has been this
day called to convene at the court house in
the city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1834, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Albx H. Irvin, Clerk.
Cairo, III., Sept. 20th, 1884.
Only the Best Brand of Oysters,
at DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee. tf
An Answer Wanted.
Can any one bring us a case of Kidney
or Liver complaint that Electric Bitters
will not speedily cure? We say they can
not, as thousands of cases already perma
nently enred and who are daily recommend
ing Electric Bitters, will prove. Bright s
disease, diabetes, weak back, or any urinary
complaint quickly cured. They purify tho
blood, regulate the bowels, and act direct
ly on tho diseased parts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For sale at 50c. a bottle by Barclay
buckien's Arnica salve
The Best Snlvn in thr: world for Cuta.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures files. It ia guaranteed togivo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For sale by Barclay
A Lawyer's Opinion or Interest to all.
J. A. Tawney, Esq., a leading attorney
of Winona, Minn., writes: "After using it
for more than three years, I take great
pleasure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, as the
best remedy in tbe world for coughs and
colds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves the pain in the chest."
Trial bottles of this sure cure for all
throat and lung diseases may be bad free
at Barclay Bros' drug store. Large size,
v A Popular Fallacy.
Many people think that rheumatism can
not be cured. It is caused by a bad stato
of the blood which deposits poisonous mat
ter in the joints and muscles, causing lame
ness, stillness and swelling of tbe joints and
excrutiating pains. Kidney-Wort will cer
tainly effect a cure. It vets on the kid
neys, liver and bowels, stimulating them
to a healthy action, purified and enriches
the blood, and eliminates tho poison from
the system. Go to the nearest druggist,
buy Kidney-Wort and be cured.
A Fair Offer.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Yoltaic Belt and
Applicances on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles.
See advertisement in this paper. 2
The universal verdict, "The Hop Plaster
is the best porous plaster ever made." Only
Southern Exposition, Louisville, Ky.,
Augnst 16th to October 25th.
The Illinois Central R. R. tickets to
Louisville and return Mondays and Tues
days of each week, at $10.15. Tickets
good to return on twenty days from date of
sale. Two daily trains leaving Cairo 2:15
a. m. and 8:45 p. m. A. U. Bason,
6w Gen. Pass. Agt.
J-fT" Keep this in mind. In the Dia
mond Dyes more coloring is given than in
any known dyes, and they give faster and
more brilliant colors, 10c at all druggists.
Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
Sample card, 32 colors and book of direc
tions for 2c stamp.
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