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St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv IjUio Uunuirm
O DAILY TRALT
Makinu Diukot Connkotion
Thain Liavi Caimo:
U.UU a in. MuU,
ArrivlKKtn St.Loul It .00 .m.j ChlcaK.b:3p.m.,
Oorinw.iiuir. at Oilin and Kalneham for Clnciu
nail. IuiiiTille, lndianapolu and points Km,
i. in. Puwt t. I.ouih hh.I
Arriving Id St I.ooli B:45 p. in., arid runnccllfif
fur nil point Wen.
3:45 p. in. Kuat Kxproxs.
For 8t. Loul and Chicago, arrlvlnu at St. Louu
10-15 p. in., aiidClticaKuViJOa. in.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Kxpn-HS.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:W a. m. ; l.oulavllli H-.rii
a. m.; ludiaiiapolt 4:ia t. in. I'lim-etiU'Tt. Iiy
tills train rath tbe above point 1 U in 31
liOl'KHIn advance- of any other rout.
fifThe 3:45 a. m. cxprctm ha I'l'I.I.MAN
HUKKI'InO CAIl from Cairo tn Cincinnati, with
oat change, and through aleeper tu bt. l,oit
Fast Timo Kant.
1 ttSSClIfcClS eru point without ny delay
tamed by Hunday Intervening. Tbe Saturday after
aoon train fiora Cairo arrive In new Vork Monday
Homing at 10:35. Thlrty-ii hour In advauctol
bt other tonus.
ISfKor through ticket and further Inform&lloii
apply at Illluola Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
J. U. JONES, Tlcget Auetil
A, H. HANSON. Gun. Fa. Agent. Chicago
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Tralni depatt. Train arr ve.
tMail .2:J)a.m. tMull 4:'5a. in.
KipreM S:45 p. m. 1 tExpre ll:4.'i a. m.
jst Loula Ex 14;& P. in. I tst Louis Kx 2:15 p. m.
I. c. B. ft (Southern Division)
tMall 4:45 a. m I tN. O. Ex ..11:10 a. m.
tSt L. Mall
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.. it 45 p.m. tN. O. Kx 4:3-1 p.m.
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7:45 a.m. Freight li:4j p.m.
Mall & Kx
MOBII.K on 10 11. It.
Vail 5:Ma.m. Mall 9:t0p.m
Dally except Monday, t UMt.
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' (way mall).... 1 30 p.m. 9 p. ra.
" (Southern I1 4::tup.m. Kp. m.
Iron Mountain R. It 3:(p.m. S p. in
Wabaah R. K a. m. K p. m.
Tcrna A St. Louia It. K U noon 7 a. tu.
ht. Loula Cairo R. H 4 p. m. II a.m.
Ohloltlver m. 8 p. in
Hit hlver arrive Wed., hat. & Mon.
" depart Wed , Frl. & Sun.
P O. irep del. op n from 7:31) am to7:M pm
P.O. box del. Oi tn from 6 a.m. top. in.
Sunday eec . del. open from. ...8 a. m. to In a. m.
Sunday box del. open from.... a. m. to licsiatn
ry-NOTB.-CbaU(!e will fit publinhed from
time U) tliu in city paper. ( nee your card ac
cordliiijly. WM. II. MURPUV. P. M
Mutual Life & Accident
at cairo, illinois,
Oreauizt'd December, 1803, Under the
Law of 1883.
8necciorto Widow and Orphan Mulntil Aid So
ciety, oruanlxod July 4th, 1877, uudur
the law of ltl?.'.
JOHN II. ROI'.INSON President
WM. 8TKAT f N Vlce-I'rtHldent
J. A. UOLuSTINB - Treanurer
C. W. D'DNNINU Medical Adviur
THOMAS LEWIS hvcrfllar)
B0AUD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Win, Htrntton, Stratton A Bird, cro-.erK, Culro, 111.
J. A. Goldatlnu, ofUolrixtlnu ,t Knaenwatur, whole
tale and retail dry KoodjO. W. Dniinlnir, M. J).;
Pre. Hd. Med. Kx,, for rcnaUma; Albert Lewis,
ciimmlsslou merchant: J. II. Koliinaon, county
Judge and notary public; Wm. Vi Pitcher, com.
'broker and limurance aient; K, II. ISulnl, city
lreet npervlfor; M. Phillip, carpenter and build
er; Tbomaa Lewi, attorney and ecretnrv , K. V.
Pierce, attornuv at-law, PitOjiolu 111. K. C Pacu
canbler of Centennial llaiiK, Anhley, 111. ; Albert
llayden, cashier of tluorito Conuully A Co., Spring
Held, III ; U. M, Munn, attorney at-law, IllH Kan
dolpbitreet, CblcaKo;Ilon. Robt.A. Ilatcher, at-tornev-atlaw,
Charleston, Mo.! H. Leluhton
cashier Flrat National Hank, Stuart. Iowa,
Statb of Illinum I Circuit Court of suld
sa County. In Clmu
Cotrntr of Alrkanuih t nry.
Otia A. Osborn, Carolln R. Osborri,' Adullno Poor,
(loorge A. Poor, Almlra Poor and Kvan Poor,
JollD Wolf. ITonrv Wolf, Mr Wolf wife of Hi'iiry
Wolf, FannV Sbriver, Jofferaon sbrlver,
Louisa Allen, Anna Mury Jurrutt,
aud Kllil Fisher,
Kill In Chancery for Partition.
Public Notlca ia beroliy uivon tlml. in plirsuanro
ofadecreo made and enfored by anlil court In tint
hove entitled causa, on tlio lHth day of Sept., A. I).
1HM4, 1, Alexander II. Irvin, Master In Chunceryjof
tbe circuit court of suld county, will, on
TIIK Mud DAY OF OCTOIIKH, IHHI,
at tho hour of 11 o'clock in tha forenoon, nt tltn
fonthwnaterly door of the court house, In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and slate of Illinois, sell
at public auction, to tlm highest and best
bidder for cosh, all and singular,
the following deirrlhed premises and real estate
In said decree mentioned, situate in tint " First
addition to the city of Cairo, In the county of Alex,
ander and state of Illinois, (or ao much thereof u
ball he aufllcient to satisfy sitld decree, to-wlt:
Lota numl red three (Hj und four (I), lu block niiin
bered forty-elht (4H).
Dated Cairo, 111., Sept. Pith, 1HRI.
' Master In Chancery, .
Oeo. Flalier, Comnlalnanta' Solicitor,
Kcport of the Coiidltlgn of tlio
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, In tbe State nt Illinois, at lh closo of
BeDlcraljcr 80th, 1884.
Loan and dlHcoiiuta , (1111, ,V'I Zt,
Overdrafts. ..: S,utl7 8
U. K. bonds to tecuro circula
tion....... 25,000 00
Oilier loi k, bonds ulitl morl
Raea Ull.lHO 75
Due. from approved reserve
ft'Ut l'.M7 4(1
Due from other National bank W,j7 50
Due from Statu bank and
banker ,19' H-S7,fM) 13
Heal eslHte, furniture aud fix
tures S(1,M7 40
Curient expenses and tiixe
paid 3,178 08
Checks and other cash Items. .$ (12
Hills or other Hunks 1 ", I Hi
Fractional paper currency,
nickels und pennies 750 97
Gold u,ii!i7 HO
Hllver 7,1111 00 i i.4i CO
Lciml Tender note 15,000 UU-0'J,287 W
ltedemptlon fund with V. S.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of
circulation) 1,125 00
Due from V, H. Treasurer,
other than 5 per cent, re
demption fund 600 00
Total $77y4 a4
Capital slock paid in i lm.noo ()
Surplus Fund lMj.mio tj 4tf,0.000 00
I'lidlvlded l'rollts ij4,5bl Si
National bank note oulstund.
lug M,500 UO
Iniilviilual deposits subject to
check 8',43,14l 1
Deuiaud certificates of deposit. !W,H 45
Certified checks.. 5'0 l."l
Due toother Natioual banks.. 3,5 :ii a
Due to State bank aud bank
er 4T.7:W m-mt.VM
Notes and bill re-dlscouuted. 58 m Vi
Totai $77rf.!W !M
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
1. Tli os. W. llullid;iv, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly awear that the above statement
1 true to the best 01 my knowledge ana oeuer.
Tims. W. IUi.i.iimY, Cashier,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4 to day
oroctoher, itw. l. u. UAii.r.x,
R. II. f't;NNIN(imM,
O. D. Williamson, VDircctors.
II. U. Cakoix, I
rj-HECITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVKE. .
CAPITAL, .va OO.00O!
h OiMioral Rankin? r.HnincM
THO.-?, W. II A I.I.I 1 1 W
ISTERlMJiSE S.YVINO RANK.
RXCI.USIVELY A SAVINGS HAMv.
iJoinmi'i t-ia! Avenue and Eighth Stret!
F. lil'.OSS. President,
ii. WELL-S, Cashier.
P. NFF, ViccPrcs'nt
T. J. Kertb, Asst cash
. Uros Ca'ro I William Kluto. ,C:.lro
Peter Nell " I William Wolf.... "
C. M. Osterlob " I C. O. Patier "
li.A.lluder " III. Well '
J. V. C'.emson, Caledonia.:
A iENEHAL BANKING BUSINESS DUN K.
Exchanc) soM and bonght. Interest palil ii
the Saving Department. Collection made un l
all business promptly attended to.
JJ"R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Coinmercia! Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAPOR. ELECTRO-VAPOR and MBDJCATEO
A dy in atteudaacv.
Jjl M. IIARRELL, M. D.
OFFICE East Side Commercial, bolow 8th St.
JR. K. W. WHITLOCE,
OFfu'i No. 13 Commercial Avenue, b-jtwnen
Ki't'J and Ninth Street
0. PARSONS, M. D.,
OCULIST AND AURIST.
OFI'ICE-Clty Drilft Storo, Curbondalo, 111.
LAST EXCURSION !
-of the year to-
ILL. CEN. R. R.
Tuesday, Oct. 7
Bpcclnl train leaving Cairo at 1 :i!5 a. m., and an ly
ing at Chicago at tii lO p. m., sanio day.
Favo to Chicago & l'iotum
A fine- opportunity of vUltlng tlin Chicago Ex
position with it many aud varied attraction,
combining everything to please and instruct.
tw-Tlckulj' rood to return on until Oct, totti,
K. T. J KKFRRY, Uon. Nupt.
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ALL LRCOOIBT3 A2TO
Bob Jones of Big O i'arue ruturned via
thu Wababh Saturday nvirning from his
trip to Lrmisville, Cincinnati nnJ InJinnap
tilis. Bob ssys lie a gay timo partiiju
larly at the lust named plucc, as that is the
home of li 19 sweetheart, lie guys also that
he has got the Big O line in good slistpe
for the fall campaign, antl.tliey will come
out in style soon.
It was rumored on tlio streets yesterduy
that Given Fowler wa9 in the city with his
bride; hut en meeting the young-gentleman
he informed us that it was a mistake,
as he only came down with some young
ladies to attend the opera. The young la
dies were Lena McKnight aud Annie Fow
ler, two as pretty young hdies as Paducuh
can boast of.
All the pilots belonging to the associa
tion of the Cincinnati and New Orleans
lino have struck for $200 a month, aud the
Southern Transportation line ha.i refused
positively to respond. Soroe of the pilots
at? already seeking positions on the lower
Mississippi. Jim Pell and his old partner
ara goiug on the big Helena.
James Kelsoe and Marion Pmcell, two
prominent Cineit.nati and New Orleans
pilots arrived here on the Gus Fowler.
Mr. Kelsoo will likely go to New Orleans
to look at the river, and Mr. Purcull will go
on tlio It. R. Springer when she comes out
next week at St. Louip.
A little nondescript bout, or wuni thing
resembling one, with a pair of wheel
houses about the Bi.o of cheese boxes,
passed down tho river last night with a
bargo in tow for the mouth of Oboin.
Newt Pell was her pilot.
The Gun Fowler laid hero last night un
til the close of tho performance at the op
era house, as tlio Mountain Pink Co. went
up on her to Paducah, whero they play
The Hudson with a big party o( exetir-'
sionists of Paduckh and Metropolis arrived
here at 8 o'clock labt night, and departed
tor St. Louis at 0.
The Future City left hero for St. Louis
last night with 0 empty barges. Sho will
find ft tough timo fighting the current from
here to the Capo.
Ti e Pearl loft hoio yesterday with a big
tow of rock for Plum Point and Goose Is
, Tho City of Hiilona, from St. Louii Is
duo hero to-night for Vicksburg.
Tho Arkansas City from Vicksburg pass
ed up for St. Louis last night.
it quickly heals wounds, fit. Jacobs
Oil, tho beBt remedy known to mankind,
The Daily Ikllctin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
KNTKHKI) AT TILJt CAIRO POHTOKFICK Foil
Til ANSM IHSION TIIIIOUOH TIIK M AILS AT
SECOND CLASS HATES.
JUN!:itAli LOCAL ITEMS
Tutiiiiiany' motto: Voters khoiild be
"seen" rot heard.
A western girl has a pet bear which
sue says can out l.ug any two men in that
vicinity. There is trmiblo brew in' foe that
Tho champion widow lives in Iowa.
She sees that the graves of eleven husbands
are kept green. She lakes, no note of men
but by theli loss.
Although man is wouderfully and
fearfully made, nevertheless woman cau
give him points and beat him as a wonder
ful and mysterious creation. You bet I
A Boston lady advertises for a "kind,
careful man to be a companion for a pet
dog during his mistress' temporary ab
sence." Curious she don't think of her
If Hancock had bee n elected in 1880,
every Republican paper in America would
have been charging the present hard times
to his election, Tho Republicans were suc
cessful in 1880.
Frof. M 1 son's dancing classes tit Iho
Ideal League hall will he held as follows:
Children's class, Saturday. 2 D. in., and
Monday, 4:30 p. m.; adult class, Saturdays
and Mondays at 7:30 p. m. School com
menced yesttrd iy .
According to a New York newspaper,
President Arthur is tho first gentleman in
tho land. Had he been nominated for
President, he would have been simply the
man who was kicked out of the New York
custom house for dishonesty.
To the cold wave :
Come in the evening or come in the morn
ing; Come when youre looked for or come with-
VUV M HI UiU
but come curly and stay late.
The Illinois Central railroad will run
their last excursion of the season leaving
Cairo next Tuesday morning for Chicago.
Faro tor t!,e round trip only $7.50. The
trai i arrives in Chicago at half pint six
Tuesday evening. This is the best oppor
tunity our people will have to visit tho Chi
cago Exposition, and bIiouM bo taken ad
Wheat at 60 cents; all the crops of the
farm abundant; plenty everywhere; the
banks with millions of idle money; the
treasury vaults filled with money, lor
which the government has no need, taken
from the channels of trade, and yet thous
ands of laborers in Pennsylvania aro ask
ing for labor. Bthold tho fruits of a pro
The northern and central portions ef
this state is aroused as never before ia a
Presidential campaign. Immcuso meetings
are being held, and much enthusiasm pre
vails. The workingmen as well as the
farmers are getting their eyes opened, and
see that no permanent revival of business
will occur until there is a change in tho
national and state administrations.
- The following anecdote from Harper's
Buztr will be welcomed by many as an old
and valued friend they aro always glad to
see in any dress:
"My dear Hall," said Chief Justice
Waite, going down Chespeako Bay with
Judge Hall, of North Carolina, who was
very seasick, "can I do anything for you?
Just suggest what yon wish." "I wish,"
suid tho other judge,- "that your honor
would overrule this motion."
Jay Gould is for Blaine. As a "busi
ness man'' ho cannot endure the idea of an
administrative change. Brother Cyrus
Field took the same view. All the monop
olists who aro doing well detest change,
the monopolists will do well under Blaine,
provided the American pooplo aro foolish
enough to place him where ho can make
himself useful. It should not bo forgotten
that Mr. Blaine is Jay Gould's candidate.
J. O. Roll wing, a prominent business
man of Thebes and one of the early settlers
of Alexander county, died at his homo last
Thursday night. Ho has boon in mercan
tile business in Thebes sinco 1857. His
loss will be greatly folt in tho community,
His wife who survives him was a daughter
of the lato Judge Marcliildon, of Thebes,
lie leaves several children, one or two of
them grown. -
Chief Winncmucca, of tho Piutes,
threatens to disinherit his daughter, tho
Princess Sara, who has gone back -to her
tribo with a Bostou education, A Virginia
City correspondent says that tho old Chief,
who is proud of tho traditions of his race,
is still not abovo fishing in tho slop barrel
for something to cut. Five years ago his
daughter, the Priucess, was roaming around
with nothing on but a pioco of army blank
et tied around her waist by a clothes hue.
Some one sent her to sell ol in Boston,
and sho now rears Boston noso pinchers
and delivers lectures.
Tho stock Uw quostion will be sub
mitted to tho pooplo again at tho coming
election. The ballots will read: "For
domestic Animals running at large" and
"against domestic animals running at
largo." We bolieve the majority will bo in
favor of a stock law. We do not understand
how any voter who feels' the 'Interest lie
should in the prosperity of the county could
vote otherwise tban against tbe proposition.
Thero is, it Is estimated, from one to ten
thousand acres of land in the county lying
idle that would bo placed under cultivation
as soon as tho stuck law becomes a law,
For a nominal sum a fenco could be built
that Would eiiclost) tho whole island now
grazed over by tho city cows, llerdeio
could bo employed at uboul' fifty cents por
bead per month to take the animals to good
pasture, take care of them through the day
and return them safu tu their owners, not
1 occasionally but every vening. In the
country farmers In tho interior who do not
feel tlio need of it so much a9 those along
tho river would find tho, law greatly to
their advantage in tho matter of saving of
fencing. They all know that it would bo
easier to fence off a pasture for their stock
than to fenro a whole farm In order to kenp
stock running at largo out and off tho
Wo regret to announce the failure of
the Republican meeting at Old Reform
Hall on Tenth street Wednesday night.
Duo notice was given, but ns John Glad-
ney, the machine candidate ami exponent
of the highest kind of morality, said in ad
dressing tho meeting consisting of three
hito and fifteen colored men, "Owing to
tho small turnout caused by other attract
ions, such a tho wicked theatre and the
good prayer meetings, my friend Mr. But
ler will not address the meeting this even
ing, some other evening, soon, when I want
every colored man among you to come
with seventy-five cents to buy a Blaine
and Logan uniform." . Mr. Butler went to
the meeting leaded, but had not tho neces
sary crowd to touch him off.
Tho Mountain Pink Co. gave, at the
matiuce yesterday, "Pygmalion ami Gala
tea" to a largo audience. Tho acting was
fine throughout, the actors had an oppor
tunity to show their artistic ability, which
as a troupe is far abovo tho average. Miss
Bella Moore as "Galatea" completely cap
tured tho audience. Her poso and tho
drapery ia the statuo was beautiful, and so
natural that the lookers on could scarcely
believe it was not real statuary. When she
springs intojife hor innocence ia enchanting
and her despair at tho farewell scene show
ed her capable of depicting the deepest
feeling. Mr. Compton's "Pygmalcon" is
all that would be expected of the part;
Miss Hawkins scored a success as "Cytii-
Bes, and iianna as "wirysos was im
mense; in fact tho actors wero all good and
it seems a pity they did not give this play
on their first night; it would have assured
them a crowded house last night.
An accident occurred on the Wabash
truck below the union depot
about 0 o'clock last evening, by which
Andy Desdemonia, son of Joficph Des
monia whose place of business was on the
corner of Gth and Commercial where ho is
now building brick business house, lost his
life, It seems that the regular switchman
was away, and Andy, by request or his own
accord, was doing tho switchman's work.
He had thrown tho switch and attempted
to jump on tho break-besm of tho tender,
as it backed down, standing in between the
rails to do so. He jumped, but missed his
hold, fell backwards, nod tho engine
backed over him. Tho first intimation the
engineer had that anything was wrong was
when he saw the boy's hat fly out from be
tween the wheels of tho engine. Tho en
gine wa9 immediately stopped, but tho boy
was dead when picked up, crushed and
bruised to death. His body was not cut,
but every bono seemed to bo crushed and
broken. He was eighteen years old on Fri
day, just merging from youth to manhood,
and his loss falls w ith crushing force on his
parents. Tho body was taken to their
home, on Ohio levee, in the Saup building,
where tho inquest was held last night.
The Cairo Halliday Guards had
a very pleasant timo at their
hall 011 Friday evening, tho occasion being
tho election of officers. Tlio terms of threo
years expired August 5th, Tho past
term has been out) of hard labor ami many
drawbacks. Capt. John E. English has'
worked hard and faithfully, ami tho guards
showed their appreciation of his services by
re-electing him to the captaincy. His
brother had served ns 1st lieutenant, but
having 'enlisted in a former company of
state militia at Anna before coming hero,
his full term of sorvico has expired, and he
wished to retire. Mr. Wilford P. June,
formerly orderly sergeant, was then elected
1st lieutenant;' Mr. Patrick B. Dugan, 2nd
lioutonans, and Mr. Wm. McEwcn, orderly
sorgeaut. When tho guards wore first or
organizod, they wero of uccessity a great
deal in debt; by judicious management,
they now owo but a triflng sum. They, of
course, foel much elated, and hope soon to
be able to furnish and decorate their hall
in a becoming manner! After tho election
refreshments were served, and tho comptny
enjoyed themselves until a Into hour.
"Whon wo two pai ted, after lingering
lato at tho garden gate, I felt that I had
taken cold," said Thomas Takeintime,
and next morning I was hoarse indeed.
But a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup fix
ed mo up, and thora's enough left for next
Allen's Bilious Physio is a purely vegeta
ble liquid remedy for Headaches, Bilious
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At all druggists. 8
SPECIAL NOTICES. ;
For a Good Meal
or a good room, go to DeBiun's, 60 Ohio
On account of tho low price of flour, I
have increased tho size and weight of my
loaves an I now olfer to the public a larger
loaf of better quality than any baker in the
city. Frank Kratkt.
For the Best .Oysters,
goto Do 'hum's, 50 OhiUivec. tf
New Stock of Millinery Goods.
Mrs. K. C. Walsh has received from
New Yoik and St. Louis her new stock ol
millinery and fancy goods and cloaks and
Jersey jackets. Sho kindly invites trfo la
dies to call and examine her stock at tbe
storo formerly occupied by Mrs. McLean,
on highth street. ,
Look for the Bed Ligrlit
at DcBauu's 50 Ohio lovco.
Special Term of the Circuit Court.
A special term of tho circuit court ol
iMexander county, in tho state of Illinois,
lor the transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal business has been this
day called to convene at the court bouse in
the city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1884, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Alrx ll. Irvin, Clerk.
Cairo, III., Sept. 20th. 1884.
Only the Best Brand of Oysters,
at DeBnun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Mrs. L. E. Williamson
has returned homo from St. Louis
after fin absence of several dnys, hav
ing purchased a largo stock of all
the latest novelties and styles
in millenery and fancy goods, although the
majority of her stock has been bought in
New York, of the famous houses of Sulli
van. Duro & Co.. aud W. II. Lyons, of
which she is receiving daily.
Open Day and Sight.
DcBauu's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee.
An Answer Wanted.
Can any one briug us a case of Eidnoy
or Liver complaint that Electric Bitters
will not speedily cure? We say they can
not, as thousands of .cases already perma
nently cured 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 tho bowels, and act direct
ly on the diseased parts. Every bottle guar
anteed. For sale at 50c. a bottle by Barclay
linemen's Arnica salve
The BeBt 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, ormonoy refunded. Price
25 cents per box, For sale by Barclay
A Lawyer's Opinion of 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
p'casure in sating that I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery lor consumption, as the
best remedy in the world for coughs and
colds. It has never failed to cure the most
severe colds I have had, and invariably re
lieves tho pain in tho chest."
Trial bottles Of this sure cure for all
throat and lung diseases may bo had free
nt Barclay Bros' drug store. Large size,
"Hough on Toothace.h"
Instant relief lor Neuralgia, Toothache,
Faceacho. Ask for "Rough on Toothache."
15 & 2Gc.
Boats, Bicycles and Hay Fever.
With the opening of the season of out
door sports comes the timo of trouble for
the poor victims of hay fever. For them
the flowers have no odor, and the summer
little or no beauty. To snuff, sneeze and
wipo their weeping eyes for three or four
successive months; -this is their pitiable
portion. There is no help iu sea voyages;
there is no help in high mountain air.
These only lighten the pocket and leave
the disease unabated. But there is a posi
tive euro in Ely's Cream Balm. Try it. If
you continuo to suffer it is because you
neglect a remedy as suro as It is choap and
Ladies who would rotain freshness and
vivacity. Don't fail to try "Well's Health
Rush Hill, Audiiain Co., Mo., July 20,'83.
After sull'ertng some 18 months or more
with rheumatism in my limbs and intense
pain in my back, I was advised to try Mer
rell'a Penetrating Oil, and after using one
bottle I was entirely cured of both rheu
matism and pain In my back. It is the
best liniment I have ever used.
Yours truly, G. W. Slavkns.
Women with pale, colorless faces,' who
feel weak and discouraged, will recoive
both mental and bodily vigor by using
Carter's Iron Pills, which are made for the
blood, nerves and complexion.
"Rough on ltich."
"Rough on Itch," cures humors; erup
tions, ring-worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
feet, chilUains. 4
('hoiin Homes In Arkansas and Texas
Along tbe lire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of tho choicest farming and grazing .
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $1)00 and 44.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climite unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Bend your ad-
.1 .1.- I 1 ... . At aa.
tisties of crops raised in Arkansas and Texan,
in 1883, and makeup your mind togoanfl
ai.a fn vnllvanl'u.,il Villi IN1 Ht tfl6 CfOD .
r... latiq I- nn .. n lanrnr than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
!. fi.uimiinc anil naviDir uucmuuiiu. iib
half, oralleah,'a proportionate robate it
-1, r mil fur tlnlrnf nrfvatshft
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Over me iwmpauuM mo.
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