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TiiK DAILY UAIRO :.'BPKLlfaDIMt WEPKEflDAV tUmViaq DECEMBER 8, JU4.
Mrs. Smith's rasa, and what the Rev.
Mr. McKlnstry la to s.iy about it.
To tbi Prm.to! 1 hive been ffrlo' sua ror (or
fllteen veer-, niott or the time won wnat dub rcen
called B m-ma or Hit t Kliuuin. riorlixl and Le
pra, and Ibe like, and have alway been told Hint
theie mi no cure lor mo, and have heon ro die
conr.gi i tba I hid i our dlb at live 1 hiive
been to bad,. IDi ted tometlinea that tbere wit
toi theitni l- at pot (nun the crown of m head
to the i.eet o' my feu that wat nut d teaed nd
at red at trlnnoo. U wou d commence Id ma 1
whin Spoil, heb had a allvery appearance, hut
were M- t deep, bnt If I attempted tu heal t cm, or
iood after their are appei.ritnce, tuov womu u-im
o run totf-tner mull tner i wa compile dry,
red telle, w lc i would become in n flan od to
citci idJ look flipv-nd a rv. and ibe burning
senaattun w nilii be almixt lnloieranle
I wat attunes to lame that I comd ararrelv Ret
bout, and could milflrer. m toil wl bout "Stlai-n-ce.
1 hive tried rainy reineril-t, and bve aid
fliOt ai'.uRle Ir.et nee lo pbtticieo, but havo
t-r cbiati.ed onl teraporir- rolic-l. Although
h-lu-d for lime. I toon rcapt-d aitau 10
be bully tmn' U d at over, aud dtir iik the win er
oflS4l anil Ib8i Icuiliired m much auto he entire
Iv dlc ntra . art auinmrr, howo or, I a
Vlee by Mderand Mm. I.. C Mcrl natn. w on
wolknoun In Uietc region", to tr join Ci'T cuiu
Rsmxdiki; and I foil inehnw a lule cotua.e
from luvir fiorile opinio of them, io try their
Virtu-. Ab U1 the -econd we-K uf u'y lit' I com
menced t I ( the ro ed ot, and within litw i
I bbffita to tee a purmuuent Improvement iimII
now (0 t. ) I mn no n He good at new, nu iik
fleib It at tue 11 in of a C hi d
.Sinn. T1ENJ SMTH.
I cert'fr thnt the aho-e i. element ( ra w i f I
eor.ct. id I Ion wi'h er in eipe l it my
rriiiude for tbe great beoerit be nai recem-d.
I certify that the abovoatatomo it Itronuct Mr.
Smith I a prom. mm' man in thl cummiiuit),
wn e he liven. IIh it a eil kuow i d al-T In
tto k, and bt -tHtomont, with that of bit wife, 1
fttily entitled torrcd t
Done it tintlii'l, 'rovnre o' Quenec, thii
twenty eeventbd.r of Octo er lt8i
' L. C vicKINSTRT.
Mi li'r of inn U pi
. Lateh.-I hare een Mre Smith rc n ly and be
Here Uer to bethor iuahly and purmimi'tl c red.
L MrKIN-i UV.
See. Ade"t Ch. Conf., V. Q No.Vt. and No, N.H.
Botton, Sept. 9, im.
Cntlenra Renlvont tne now nlood-pnrflur, and
Cntlcura, and C iticur 8 m i, the gtuut Hkm ciitck
nd b it fl 'r-, ar t old even when. Prlcn, t'uti
cure. Ode.; -oap, ;5e ; lU'to yuut. 1 OJ.
Putirr Drue n 1 C omical o . fioHt m.
O AT A RJRH.
Tbe Great RnliHrnio Dlt IMat'ou
Of Wilon fii.m, Anicricun 11 lie.
annda Kir. Alaiti old. CIovit lil b-
m, etc . ra.led bANr.iiin s i(Aiu
cal Luke, for ii.e ininiiM'.iHiu ronei
md DcrinarieiitfUie of ev rv io in
of Cutarrh, fiora a hIiiiiiI Cold In
the II eid to 'oof imiell.Tacie and
)earlni, Couuh mid i utarrhxl
Coi mnipllon t'( mplote tri al,
men , con l-inpr ol on in t' Io Hud.
leal ( ere. one b" Cutanliul Sol?
ebt, and one Inn rovi'd lulmler. In
i e pHckiitfe. ninv now he nad of
ll Driifi; tie for f1. Auk for b N
FOUO'h IiAUICAL t'UKK.
CompleU- Treatment with Inhaler 81.
"Thu onlv aWute p' Clfic we know of." Meil.,
Timm "Thn hect we have found In a lifetime ol
uffenog "-Ilev. I r. Wlumn, Huston. ' -tera
loutttru bI wltn C'a arrhth Kauical Ccbb haa
c nqiier.d " v S W, Monroe, . fwiKimrub,
re '-I bav-Ti,-it Mind a itHi.- thai it did nt m
lleve t once " Andr w Lee, M'.chct r, Mm-e.
POTTBB Dal 0 AND CHEMICAL Co., UoHoll
K ir th relief and prcvpnllon
' elntiant It i applied, of rheu-
t niatn.ni, Neiirnlnla. s p i a t ir ,
'utfha, (jolil wcai.- Ha k,
'Slon nrhaiK liouli i. Hhoui i k
l'in, Nnni'iiei-a, liymer'a. Fo
niale Pul-i, Pnlpnallon, I)v ep.
"am, l.iver Coinp alnt, Itlllou
7S-rfN 'ever. i lnr a. and i.plclen io.
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Tbenetanka are made of d,. AH CYP -HS. 't
In he thl k. vcuieiy hoouud aud are WATMt
TIL.HT. They are
Shipped wIioIpiwkI uro well lyniofit
to prim nt t'.eir b tt.tr r ek d r broken in tiiti.il
Hun, Eri in i t inml lied lor
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A. IOGCJS At 1IHOH.,
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THE LEST THING KSOWN
Li Ilard or hofU Hot or ( old Yater.
RAVT1 I. AlJOIt, TIMF ntxl rtOAP AMAZ.
INt.LY, auu givet uiilvi-rtni nlli-liietluii, ho
(aiuUy, neb or poor, atiuttld tie witliout it.
Bold by all OrocHrt. UKWAItK of Itnltntloni
Well detlKiU'il to mlaleail. I'KAKI.INK ia lite
ONLY NAFK Inlior-aavInK ooiiipininil, nuj aj
Vftya lieam the above ayinlxil, aud iiuiiiu ol
ltw.'u nvi V KVW !. tf
Bulwcr Lytton's Bridge.
Where It Touches (lie Shores and the
(treat CoIuiiiiih In Sliilsiipniii.
"What a hetoilui hrKlge betwou old (" and
Chlldnood l Mlliilon, How itituiilrely thu child
befini with praver and worship on etiterinx Hie,
and bow In ultlyiily on rjalttl llf , Iko old man
turni ba k to pmor and wo-Mrp, puititut hlmtelf
ktaln tide by aide with tho liif itit," n marki blr K,
BulwuriLyitou.in hit"8lminju ttlo-v."
'Ye, but botweou Ita dlntm' abtilm.'tila ttio
brldrtof life hat aiany lni;h and twlul rdn t,
thrunh which ibt wild wat. rt tlvh k id roar Id
wr h and d'nnlatlon. P-avnr and w .rthlp alone
Oonol.u.t.m ihete. hature't tolld r rkt mut
rear and ohdHr ihe tliucmre overhead, (iiid'n
Wlll ltbetten.inpiflid In tbe Inwt lie hat nudtt
lorthe e,reaiiirwruin lleiiat placed mid r their
control. Neltha'ibei'h Id'ttru tful 'Our Ka't er,"
ottheo'dnia i "fotot me tot in he tnld.t of
Bio Inflrmlll, a." will alter thlt by the wulubi uf a
: alnalt gialn. ' "
Boleneiand art flmi-ttion (,ii priyer la
thtoMlofHnatonitt.il, ! tuny bal ih'oiiKh
tt tgnnM, ajjl iho e av are Ihn illt-cover e. of
ma not Ihn rtgn - itiuouncein 'ni. ot p nph"t or
teert. I lilt a burden to vonT D , timudra'C
1 your tower m e ipe wllh illi-' or .'I'ein nd dti
tie we.k-tndf Yon ar Hot well Your I Io l It
ittiiiclth and i int d, perhapti or oii tmpnriant
orran ' tor Id TOverwonttd Tint fact nuy ntve
token th ortn of dvtp p la, rheiiniai in, nut,
intierla. pain-In th" et in ich. ch'onle bt ai lie',
or aoy nf ri .ten other I It PaKKK ' Tunic
will lntliorit)on,aifeth 11 I vitro a'tt thoxe
who b ire been thut op In dam , fe id ctllt, It ti
powurfat, pure, dtllcloai, acleutlflc, lafe the key
atoDi of the central arch of the bridge of llf.
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E. A MU KS KIT,
rhPtf't music on Iho rlvt-rl 'Tls tho purling
r the tiilo,
Anil nwiTily It tinkles frmn tliti bubbles as we
Now It Inili H nwny to BiU-nco; now It wnkt'S so
awci'i a iiiitc,
Fancy hlHii'iK tls mi echo from a laughlng-
tllllllll H tllllllll. , ,
Or rice it In fiilr l.'inllno who Is siii(riiiK 'ncath
Or yet pcirliitiK'o tho Ltirck'l wlthlu her crys
tuleitvu. Tht'ic's nitiNle on the rlvurl More Joyously
Gnyly trilllnir from the bosom of abonnle
ii'ioeklinr liiril: , ,
Amlil tho swaylnjf willow tioct, 'melodiously
clear, , ,
Ho enrols to Ills brooillnir uiuto the lay alio
loves to lienr.
How tenderly she listens with her little heart
riionnh he slnirs It o'er n thousand times eho
tliniks It Just us sweet.
There's music on the river I Tls the fluting of
Iilitlinh tioitstlnir of tho flowers ho 1 as wooed
iinii left lieliinil.
Do you went I Im I i itRriint kisses that he brings
upon his monthV
They were stolen lroin the lilies of tho lakelets
In the South;
And, aliis! the lissome i-oses, dewy darlina of
n bus left them broken-lieurled In the sultry
noun to blight.
There's niusln on tho river! It will never
For 'tis the peerless melody thut floats from
Ah I irently it is wafted from lis home of rosy
And It steals upon the senses like u fairy
0 sweetly carol wind mid bird und tlnkllti(f water-lull.
Hut tlio trentle voice of woman Is the sweetest
sound of nil.
Samuel Mlnturn Peck.
Sixty-five is not so very old
If one is still slraip;lit, with a ser
viceable rye nml tolerable liearinp:, in
niklition to a well-filled- pocket-bunk,
what is sixty-Hvc?
To count sixty-live distinct summers,
find sixty-live mellow autumns, that
drowse into jieaceful winters and
awaken in refres ini; springs, is n great
privilege. Think of the ncciminlatiou
of ideas and e.ierienees, of friend
and memories. A rare a'.'e, surely, to
he enjoyed in spite of tho rheumatic
Major Weatherbeam, lmttoning his
elegant fall overcoat about him as lie
Alluiiii dowu tho avuuuii umlur (bo mn
jiles, was sure he would not give his
ripe perfection for the callow and taste
less experience of tilt-past, lie smiled
up nt the bright foliage, and knocked
(lie head oil' a straggling aster in his
complacency. He found a dime for a
little boy peeping, wide-eyed, into a
eandy-sfiop, and stood still to watch
tho urchin as he bolted for tho door,
and nodded in good fellowship to a
woman who watched with him amused.
The major's little terrier followed, for
once, tpi'ite nnrebukod, and turned with
him up a broad macadamized street at
the riglii- The linn stride traversed
two blocks quicklv, and paused before
a brown stone mansion, with a pine
dotted lawn in front. One naturally
pulls a little at tho end of a long walk,
whether one is sixty-live or not. and if
by nature discreet, 'pauses nwhile to re
gain the breath before venturing to call
on ladies. Any tidy man will dust his
clothes a little with his handkerchief,
and twist his moustache a Iritlo when
he wishes to look well. Tho major
presses the bell beside Ihe stately door,
and stands creel. A little pause fol
lows, in which he listens to the wind
running the gamut of ellin melody in
those grouped pines; then the heavy
doors unfold; a salute no younger man,
coul i imitate; an iniiiiry, and closed .
doors again, with the 'major inside.
The mansion is divided in ipiarlers by
two huge halls and a wide fireplace
gives forth a glorious radiation of heat
und light over the statues and frescoed
walls. The major seats himself before
the blaze, and counts the tiles and do
ciphers Ihe inscriptions about the man
tel. There is a rusllo of silk skirts,
and a tap of feet on the oak stairs.
Tl)c major rises, with a sudden rush of
blood to Hie head - not apoplectic,
surely ami salutes the red-draped lig
ure through the interstices of tho 1ml
Uslrade. Ha handed the lady down t ho last
steps, and led her across the hall, whilo
a green parrot hopped at her heels.
".Miss Margery" his voice was like
a violoncello "U is not usual for a
business-inan like myself to call on a
lady of nn afternoon."
"Therefore, sir, Is the honor all tho
grealer;" poising one toe on the fender
to aid her balatifo in tho high-seated
"Therefore is the need great, my dear
"Oh! ha! ha! lm!" in musical stac
cato from the high-back chair. At
Rixly-livo one is loo dignilied to like
such a laugh in connection with one'u
"Yes. Miss Wheat croft, 1 felt I could
not, in Justice to you or myself, remain
longer without confessing to you my
altitude towards you."
"Oh, how kind of you,11 very sin
cerely. "I looked I' looked for you
nil day yesterday, sir11 a little liur
rieillv, with the red deepening about
The major's head gave nn involun
tary jerk. Girls, were, once, more de
corous. His deceased Julia Ann would
never have shown such impulsiveness.
Yet it must be confessed 'twas extreme
ly fluttering: and then, good heaven,
what eyes! The apoplectic symptoms
"Miss Margery, how gracious of you
to say o. I'd., sure I never hoped "
"xe.1, nnd I was nnklnir ull orts of
plans for us two. Poll, oome downl
Slajor, she's trylnff to pull your hair!
Look out, eir; she 11 scratch you I Here,
give her to niel There Miss Toll, you
sit on viy chair. You can't pull my
hair,' because I don't reach up high
enough hal hat hat eh, Major?" her
teeth gleaming ont in the glow from
tho cedar fire. "Yes, I was thinking,
you see, how proud I should be of you.
You are so tall, anil now, don't mind,
for I'm going to Hatter you all tho rest
of your days and so handsome! And
how proud I hoped you would bo of
mo!" (A half-rising attitude on tho
part of tho major, who is forgetting
decorum, and how girls wore forty years
"Oh, major, you are finding the blaze
too hot. llow stupid of mo to let you
roast in that manner. Hero, let mo
put up tho screen. Isn't it a pretty
oneP I embroidered it myself. See,
it represents an Italian princess under
nn ilex treo. I think she looks a trifle
like your son, Ned, only, of course,
he's not done in Kensington. Well, I
was planning that once in a while, on
very grand occasions, you might take
me out with you "
"Once in a while, madam!" Tho
major was a vast substantial protest.
"Oil, I know, of course, what you
think you havo to say. But don't do
it. Besides, we couldn't leave Ned be
hind very often." A lurking laiiL'h in
the corner of two brown eyes. "Or, ho
miglit go with Aunt Maria, eh? Oh
o o o!"
The major couldn't see anything
funny in that common-place arrange
ment,. "My dear Miss Margery" (Con
found those chairs! A man couldn't
move them an inch without getting red
in tho face, they were so heavy.)
"you are surely determined to defraud
me of my share of tho conversation,
though 1 cannot tell you how relieved
1 am to find you prepared to receive
my overtures. I confess there wero
moments when 1 feared you might be
less fond of me on account of the dis
parity of ourages "
"Why, goodness, it wouldn't seem
half so lovely any other way! That's
just the nicest part of it!" " How that
presumptuous firelight clambered up
from her little feet to the dimples in
her hands and tho cosy folds about her
ueck, and, climbing still, stopped at
her rosier lipsl , Her last sentence, nnd
the firelight stopping right there, whoro
it did, mndo tho major gasp.
"This is one of tho most delightful
surprises of my life," ho wcut on.
when hn could speak. "I want to tell
you how fondly I shall cherish you;
how earnestly I shall strive to gratify
each wish that you can make; how
truly proud I shall be of my beautiful
"Oh, stop! Yoti praise mo more than
I can ever deserve. Two limpid tears
showed through the gathering gloom.
"I never dared hope you would receive
mo so tenderly. I am a-eoming right
over there, sir and right behind your
chair so on my tip-toes, a'nd put
one lit i lo kiss like that! on your
dear old forehead."
Tho major grew more agile than ho
had been for twenty years. Meanwhile
Poll had got to screaming, "Lord! lord!
forf.' CTrrf!",-ninf woul.l la.va nff. ... ,
"Oh, yes, I'm so thankful you like
me! And wo'll all be so happy to
gether, won't we? And we both are
grateful, I assure you. Hero's the
ring he gave me. Seel Two beautiful
pearls and that twinkling diamond.
Doesn't it look charming in the fire
light? Ned said don't think mo silly
for telling you that if you wero satis
fied with the little wife no had chosen
ho believed he would go half mad with
joy. But really I didn't think ho'd
tell you so soon, for he felt a little
timid about it." A long pause, during
which the major relaxes his fatherly
embrace somewhat. Then a venture
from the girl: "I'm afraid I've talked
loo freely with you! Or, perhaps you
feel sad when you remember Ned is go
ing to belong to me?"' Tho head bows
so low that tho light climbs to that now.
"But we'll live somewhere noar you,
and see you every day. Why, must you
be going? Can't you stay to tea. Well,
button up your coat well. Now, please
give your new child one more kiss, to
tell her that you mean all you have said.
"Lord! lord! lord! lord! lord!"
How that bird screams. The wind
has risen very fast, and tho pines strike
at each other angrily. There is a
promise of a dismal rain, and tho dusk
hides all of tho autumn's beauty, and
leaves only its leatlessnoss apparent.
Sixty-live, sixtv-livo! At that ago it is
hard climbing a hill in the teeth of tho
wind! Klin If. 1'cattie in the Current.
i .ci'eri'cil tlio Cnsli.
There nro a gre;tt number of anec
dotes about Gen. Skob leu" which have
become legendary in tho- Russian
army, nnd there are a much greater
number about tho Russian Jews which
circulate through nil clashes of Russian
society. The following story, which is
of interest both for the "admirers of tho
"Whito General" nnd the haters of tho
Russian Jew, was revived when Vrinco
Bismarck, as a sign of special distinc
tion, received the cross Tour lo Merite.
Skobeletr, so goes tho story, was work
ing one evening in his tent near tho
Danube, or tipar a pond, when a Turk
ish bomb dropped nt tho threshold of
the tent. The General had just time to
see the sentinel outside stoop down and
phlegmalieally throw the shell into tho
water. Skobelell' approached tho sol
dier and said, "Do you know that you
havo saved my life?" "I have done
my best, General." "Very well; which
would you rather have, the St. George's
Cross or lot) rubles?" The sentinel
was a Jew with a lino Semitio protile.
He hesitated a moment and then said,
"What is the value of tho St. Georgo('i
Cross, mv General?" "What do you
meunP 1'ho cross itself is of no value;
it may bo worth live rubles perhaps,
but it is nn honor to possess it."
"Well, my General," calmly said tho'
roldier, "if it is liko that, give mo 95
rubles and the Cross of St. Georgot"
Forty thousand people nro employed
in making watches and clocks in Swit
eefland. Tho average annual produc
tion of watches is l,(il)0,0(R). .Tho latest
n'ovulty in this line Is a watch that in
liciiles the time in other countries and
places, such as 1'aris, Suez, Bombay,
New York, and San Francisco. , '
STAGES OF Till RITM.
River marked by thu kbuko at this
port, at 2:13 p. oj. yesterday, 11 feet 3
inches. Fll during previous twenty
four bourf, 0 fuel 6 inches.
Chattanooga, Dec. 3. River 1 foot 6
Inches and raising.
Ciacinnati, Dec. 2. River 3 feet S
Louisville, Dec. 3. River I fat 3
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. 3. River 0 feet 11 inch
es and rising.
Pittsburg, Dec. 2. River 3 feet 0
inches and rising.
St Louis, Dec. 2.- River 10 ft 8 iucli
Business on the wharf dull.
The Success passed up for Grand Caain
Tbe Ark aasas City from St. Louis is due
here to-night for Vicksburg.
Tbe Tennessee, Cumberland, Wabash and
Big Sandy rivers are rising si iwly.
The fine Anchor Lioe steaim r City ol
Providence it due up to-night for St.
The Mnnetoiika ia in port and will Iik
ly leave to-day ior the government works
TneOus Fowler ctme in with a ligh
trip yeaterdy, but returned with a bi pie
Tbo Hudson It aves St. Louis this even
ing for Pdducah and will repmt here b
Tbe City of St. Louis leaves St. Louis
this evening for New Orleans and is tlue
here tu-morrow night.
The little eteaou r Hope left here last ev
ening at 2:10 tor Black river. An-el" Mc
Bridesi pilot, will take her to Metii his.
Captain Kuapp, fie great cottun teed
manipulator, returned from the land
of cotton yesterday. He leaves oaiu it is
eveuinif for the surue section on llu A k in
Mr. Ike Moran, ensbier of Utli l&y&
Phillips Whan boat Co., has jutt rt tu nt d
from the land of oranges and alligvur.
much improved in health. He says Biu O
Bob Jones is perfectly unconcerned in re
gard to naviga'ion.
Hill Nye's Advice to Parents.
Do not constantly tell your boy "how
tall" he is that he"grows like a weed"
and finally make him think that ho is
a n-irafle. If you keep it up you will fi
nally make a round-shouldered, awk
ward, bashful bean-polo out of a migh
ty good looking boy. If every tall boy
in this country will agree to lick every
woftiJan-headed man who tellr him
"how ho does glow," I will agree to
hold tho coat of said tallboy. lam
now dealing with a subject of which I
happen to bo informed. The same rule
applies to girls as well. If you want to
mako your daughter fall over tho piano
and yearn to climb a tree whenever sho
sees anyone come toward the house, -tell
her "what a great swalloping tom
boy she is getting to be." In this way
if her parents act judiciously and in
concert, we can soon have a nati n of
young men and women whoso manners
. and carriage will bo as beautiful and
symmetrical as tho plaster cast of a
It Is stated In French agricultural
journals that French cheese-makers nro
not satisfied unless thev get from $160
to $200 per annum from each cow.
This is owing to their export miss and
thoroughness in the manufacture of
cheese, and each particular agricultural
'district of France has attained a cele
brity for the making f some particular
variety of choose, developing into a
special and important industry.
The Darwinian theory pert lexes the mul
titude. They object to a line of descend
ants from monkeys. But not even a baby
objects to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Veni, Viol, Vici I cnnie, I saw, I conquered--is
adaptable to Allen's Bilious
Physic. It quickly relieves Constipation,
Piles, Sick Headache, &c , 25 Cents. At
all Druirgists. (4)
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at night and I" ken
ol your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle 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
do mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow.
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces Inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho wholo system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teelhinu
is pleasant to tho 'hio, mid is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest aud best I'eiiuili
nurses nnd physicians in the United States,
nd is for sale by All druggists throughout
'he world. Trice 25 cents a bottle,
Cheap Ttomei in Ark am is and Tetas
J Along ihe lire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain nnd Southern Railway, Texas and
Pscitjc, Railway and International nnd
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ol
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
2.00 to i)00 and 4 .00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climito unsurpassed
for stlutritynd comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of stn
tlstics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and makeup your mind to go arl.
see for yourslf when you learn that the cri
far J88U is CO per cent larger than tint ot
1882. To those purchasing land owned b'
the Company, and paying one-fourth, om i
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for ticketr or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. 0. Towsskmo, God'1 Pbsb. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
C 'I R E S
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
tor Throat, ktwrllliia-e, fti.rnliia, Itrulee.
Ifiirn. N-l,u. t'roal llllra,
inn 11, ) II I II IK Mllllll.tr fi,S 1MI HUM.
Stl4 by Prunui iii'i o-.ir. .v.rjwti, .. Km; L'tuM a built.
Lnreu,,ni lu II I, .. (..
TIIK MI MM.KX A. VOOHHt CO.
ui. fMiuiaitu) SaliiBura, li.C,a.A.
i'ck Headache and relieve all the trouhlee Inel
i -nt lo a biliwue ttato of the tvttem, inch aa bis
riem, h'aut'-a, Drowaines, biuret! after rating,
P" i In the Side, Ac. While their mout remark
tJlt aucceis hoi beta shown In curing
neadarhs.yet CarterVTJttle Liver Pillaare efjoally
v:jJunl In Coiuiipmlon, curing and prevnlii:g
Dili annoy Incompjaict, while they a to correct
all dimrdcre f the ttomtch, etimnlate the llvrr
lad regulate the buwda. Kvtn U they only ctuei
Arh f hey mold bealmott prlcelets to thoee wh
imVr from l.i.e di&lreiuimii complau.t; bet form
H:eiy their pooducst do not end hire, and tbott
ho once try them will find tbete little plllivtlo
!leln to many wiyi that they wlllnot be W1IU114
to do without tfltia, liut after all aick bead
Ii thebano ef to many livet thut hcroit where we
uiuk our p.-tut boiuU Our pule cure it while
Oihi rtdoni t.
Carter 'a Little It T'.'U sr very small an
TTy(i.'y to t:. .e. Ct.or ' iwo lnllt iwtkea done,
iti y aro r:r iy vn-iiitolu and do nl prjw or
fire, but bv t.i' ir penile action f.b-ate all who
ii-ct'iem. In v'rltM kcenit; fW) for fl. Boli
ly diu,;-;sU every whue, or ttiit ly n-tl
C'IKTLR SEDICKE CO.. Sew lork
IN IHE WOULD.
to ruiii't'iilrult 'l lhl jiew
fir. )inlii 0 to th- ftnr
fiti e III iiriii-tmte to Ihe
verv l .iiie.iiiol uliiio.t In
STA.N7U IUL1LVK l All"
th v: r;cit .e c:e t
Stiff Join K
La mo Each,
Sore Throat. Paiue
la. Limb S to fli
nch or Bowels,
Or In ran o- Svtem
Will Mil -int. ( i.otii'IO
ni.i Oimoioi ihr kiu I.
turn htn in constant nte
t I'lilm itn ami .-tbere
lui Si trait I'm W
I'uinn o ouit ty
MEPREll 9' lowis- Mo.
oa 6Ax e
AL1 LDtOOlBTS AND
C17 St. Charles St. .CMS, M0
A rtfulr Orlnt 0. wo ineillral
CAIitK.-t. hat been loiivei f i ti J in tltr trra'.
ment of 'lirmilc, Ntrvo m, HU.ni Blnl
lilonil Ulio iM-t than tny nt'ier ilirlrlaii In
nt. I. noli, as city niiierj ifinw ,1111 all . Id reil
deiiltknnw, l oiisiiltillon itiff.ee 01 tiy it. all,
fri-e and lnv.:eil. A frl:irl - Uik ot hit opinion
eon. noili Iiik- When It It l icoi.v eultnt to vttU
theelly lor tietiii., iit. m-ilieint', -an tent
tsymallnr exire evertwhei?, out able jaiet
f mrHiitceil i where doubt ex'ot . u 'rankly
Hkte-J. tailor Write.
Wtrvoui Prniiratlonj Pebliity, Blent at and
fhytl.-al Wt.knrtt, Wtrruilal ana ether
SJItctlOi'i ot Throat, Kklaatd Bonn, blood
bnparlllt.t and Blond I'nltnaltf, kla itlte.
tlont, Old fctrtl and t'ctrt, Impeiilraia't te
Mtrrlare Rhmitlti, Pllri. Kptclil it-
tuition te ft. from OTtr-workfd ttatn.
Hl'imif AL TASKS rtctlTt special at tentloa.
plteatet arltlny fore Imprniteneet Jtiritief,
It Ii telf-tvlilent that a iihvtli-lan rr.vlnf
ptrtleiilur iiteiillon to n dm f ram atltlni
gretl tklll, ami plivtlelant In renii'ar .I'ketlee
all over the couniry knoifliiK tlil-.. ir-o-ftilly
recoiiiiiiend mitet to thtohlrtt oltlce lr .nerl
ca whrre every known aiipllntira It ortn
to, mil the prnvxil KrHid remtli f all
aites and eoinitrlet ti e un-d, A whole peine It
Uiert f(irollleeiurn,tet, ami all are trette,. with
kilt In a re-ipeeirul manner; and, know ng
what toilo, tioeierliiieiittare made. In . c
eount of the ireal nninber aiplvlne. the
rhariret are kept low, oft, 11 lower than It I'e
mtuited hy ot'ierj. If you teenrt the tkl I ltd
retatHeiv and periect lire eure, thtt .tie
uiporia it nitltpr. I'auiphlct. St ptKet- hint
louny addrmt free.
Kleirant ehith and Kilt hlmllntr. Heitled foi 6C
renlt 111 iosla)ieor eiin-iinev. Over ft 1 1 y iii
ilerlul pen plei li es, trim tollfe, nrllelet on li'e
fn'InwliiK iiii ets: Who tuny iniiirv r who 11 it
whyv Ti-' peiineto nnirri . Wl niry Hi ,
iliinh'Wiil, WdmiiiiIi'hhI. I'liraienl ileeny. (t
1I1011I1I iiiiiri v. liiiw llle iiinl hai'1'lne-.a ninv e
Ineri'iited. 1 hne niHtrled or eMiiteinplut .
DinrrvliiK til-nil I reiel It. Itniitrhl to he rent
by all adult per-ont, ihen kept nmler lork a. I
Rev, I'opnliir rillllon.ta neat thove btitpa ji
cover nml M pugut, cenlt by man, "uon
f'ansrs no Tain
Gives Relief at
"Doc 'I borough
rHAVFEVERfi iy ?
IMKUA "nrc. Not ft Llq-
-lrtOr flL'J V. ' I
kV-kltiVLIK uid or .vmiir Ap-
plv mo not.ri t Olvn II n Tr'al. r0 cent- at
tirniiKi It. Oil epit ty mall ruiritturud. Houd
lor cltcnlnr, Sininlo hy itnul 10 ci nit.
ELV UROTUllUS, UriiiiRlit, Uwego, N' T.
I f J
LLiNOlH CENTRAL K. K
Shortest and Quickest Roate
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Line Ktmnin
O DAILY TRAINS
Ma king Direct Connection
I'raim Liavi Caiko:
rrlvluijlD 8t: Limit I 00 a.m.: Chlcaifo,S;30p.it.
C'ontieriiDK at Odin and K'nugheni for Oliicia
nail, Louirville, Indlampolii and polPUt Katt.
I -'-'lUO p. in. Fait ht. IouU und
V rmtt n ;xiir'iaai.
rrlh:g Ii, bt l.nnia 6:45 p. m., aud coontcUbf
lor ill point. W eei.
3:3. "3 p. m. l-'aut h:xpre.
for "t. l.otilt tn-t hlca., arriving, at bt. Loo'l
9:56 p. in., and Chlcagu VMt. ra.
3:35 p. m Cincinnati Kzxreaa,
virlvinir at Cincinnati 7:'i0 a. m. ( Uinltvtlle 8:50
a.-m ; Indianapo l t.nh a m. 1'nt-eLgur. ttt
tint tram reaeh tbe ah ve puiutt IU to 30
HOb'lth in idt.uce of any other route
fVTlie S:35 p. in. exprett bat CULLMAN
nt'r Kfiiiii CAK from t'atro t - t luclnnatl, with
out chantiet. aud tbruugb ilveperi lu b;. L01I1
Fawt Tirno East.
Ism'lltrt'l'W by tbit Hue nthrouga to Kait.
' !" eiu poluu without any delay
iedh rtniidair Inu-rveuliiir. Tbe Haturday alter
. .on ira.n fioui C airo arrlvet In new Yo'k Monday
i.rnniK at Io::js. Tblrty-ili bourt In advanceol
.'' other 'onus.
t-tyKc throiih tlrkett ai.d furluei lolot inalloi
pi tl Illinolt Central Itailroad Depot, Cairo.
J- II. JON Kb, Ticket Agent.
i.H. OANHOV. OhD. fat. AKent. Chlraio
It. IJ. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CE.NTKALH. K.
Traibt de;ii t. Tralnt arr've.
t M -ii ... 1: Ha. - . I t.Vll.. l:Ui, m.
tKxpre.e :i:l'ip. m tEipntt i3Ja. m,
tS Louin l.x i. m. 1 I. L. Matl.,..4:Vl p.ra
tt loult B'4on. m.
K. Ii (fouiherti DiviNioii)
....4:4A t.m 1 1 . Ki. . 10:45 a. m.
, k:.VI in.
... U :i i Ul. I
f-T. L. A I.
m. k. n.
I lire.. , ,
t't L. Mall
tSt. Li r 1.
..8:'' p 111.
' fclprera ...
.6.-411 a m.
I TM.L Mall.
U: ' 1 nit I L. Ki.
W., ST. L. P K. K.
L'Vmi A S....4 Kit.ro,
Mall A El U. 30p.m.
'Areun 10: a.m.
Freight 6 ti p.m.
Arroii 4:Oi p.m.
freight ' 4'i a.m.
Mi Illl. E OHIO H
Hail ... Vtf a.m. I Mall...
Kxirett 1 1 :o .in
Tl XK a. T
St I.. 1 Tc . Kit -.0 .m I
Ci ii lx K1..1O iia.i.,. I
l)hll excciit "ur 'ay.
Eipr f l'J:0'p m.
I.OL'If 11 It.
Si .L. A Tex. Ex 1115 am
TIMK ( AHP
A KHIVA L ASIJ DKPAIITUKK OP VAlLs.
Art it ! Pep re
Y. U. Pm PC
I. C It. It (il.roauh lock mi.l). S a. in
" ' ..11.141a m Sp. m.
" (wv mali).... Sepm n. m.
" (cotitheru Dlv .... 4 ::)p m. p. m.
Iron .Vountalti It K i:0 p.m. p. m
Wahath It K tt a. in p. m.
Textt Si. Louis K. K U 1.001 7 a.m.
tt. L'.uit A C .lro 11. K 4 (. m 11 i.a,
Ohio Klver .... 3 p. tn S p. m
Mitt l.iver arrlvct Wed., hat. Mm.
" departi Wed . Krl. A Hun.
PO.rep del. op n from 7:30am to7:M pra
P.O. box rtel.oitr trom 8 a. m trp. m.
.fuiidat live. iiel. ot-eL trnm....8a. m, to 10a.m.
Suini.it Pox del. open from ...A a. ra tc 10:S0ra
itr.NOIK -Chamj.1 will he pniltt'.ed fun
lime to lime In city papert Cninee yoni cardt a
CordiiiKly. WM. Jf. MlfKI'll P. H
THE LIGHT RUNNING
THE ONLY SEWING MACHINE
t . THAT GIVES J
JT HAS NO EQUAL
SEWING MACHINE GO
30 UNION SQ.N.Y. CHICAGO ILL.
ST. LOUIS MO. ATLANTA GA.
?-E3.F OR S ALE BYJFSr;
lt.VV llOALf, M. - O.,
1 II 1 div Mi. 8T. LOUIS, MO.
ohiairml. and oil Potent Bit -I ilea attondod to for
for inoderm e feet.
Our offlo is oopoa' 0 tho U. a. Patent OlMce, and
wu run onlalri Patent, in leu time than those ra
mi tnf.i m Wiithlnuton
Held m del of di awing, Wo advltr it to pa
tentability Tree of clinrwe; aud we mako no charts
mileHt pa.etit It tec ruil,
Woofer hern, to the I'ottmattnr, tho Hnpt, of
onui 1 tdoi Div.. anil to trig ofllclult of t!:e U. 8.
Patepl (Ullee. P,,r clretila . advice, termt and rof
rtenr,e 10 an mil cluuti In your wnBtatoor
Coubly, write to
0. A. SNOW ft CO.,
Opneslte Patent Once, WuhiDgton, I), O.
tpootP CP ? Q9q (P 0 o mN