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THE' DAILY UA1U0 BULLETIN; I'UESDAV
MOILING. DE0EMRT1R o 1Q91
t I ' . I I II I I. . I I
New Uinluif Koom,
jml opened, H itto' new building up stairs.
From thU date written oidir will be re
quired for all good purchase J in tho city
by emplyoes, otherwise bills will not bo
paid by thU oompany.
New York Stork Co.
15t HyCO.rATiF.it. '
Look for the fled Lis lit,
at DcBaun's 50 Obio levee.
C. Kocb, Manufacturer aud Dealer
in boots and slides, keeps always on bund a
large assortment of cento' and ladies' boots,
hoes and runners ot all style aud eizi.
Hand-made goods a specialty, also always
od hand leather and findings. It will pay
you to call on him before purchasing else
where. His prici s ure very low 'and satis
Ilewett can supply you with the best
Oysters in the city. tf
For the Hot Oysters,
go to DeDaun's, 50 Oiiio levee.
Under the auspices of the wotntn's club
and library association: CWss in oiLP'tiiit
ing, Mrs. G Filn;r; class in wood-carving,
hammered brass repnme, modeling ami
etching, Mrs. V. Koism-yer. For terms
and hours apply to above tiunio l teachers.
Place your orders with Ikwctt for
Oysters and Fish. tf
For a Good ileal
or a good loom, o to D.Biun's, 50 Ohio
levee. ... ... tf
Au End to Eoue Scraping.
Edward Slieplitrd, of Harrishurg, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Hitters, I feel it my duty to
li't buffering humanity know it. Have h id a
runniog sore on my le jf for eight years; my
doctors told me 1 would have to have tin
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Buckleu's Arnica Stive, ard
my log is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters ar sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 23c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (5)
Entrance to Uolto'd Dining-room,
on Commercial avenue and on Seventh St.
Hewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth
street, one door etst of Commercial. tf
huciaca'a Arnica salve
The Beat Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, gores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It i guaranteed to give per--feet
satisfaction, or roomy refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Oysters, First-class, in all Styles,
at Botto's restaurant, up staiis.
Open Day and Night.
jDeBaun's restaurant, 50 Ohio levee. tC
A Startling Discovery,
Mr. Win. Johnson, of Hur in, Dik., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedies trier) guve no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery fur Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which bad a magical erTee.t, ami
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diwe tses of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial B ittles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size $1.00. (5)
Only the Best Brand of Uygterf,
at DeBttuu's, 50 Ohio levee. tf
Do Not Be Discouraged.
Even if you have tried many remedies for
your kidney disease or liv r coiupNiiit wiili-
out success, it is no reason why you should
think your disorder ini uiahle, The uiosi
intractable eases readily yield to the potent
Virtues ol Kidney. Wort. It is a nureh
vegetable compound which acts on the
kidneys, liver ami dowels at the sumo time,
and thus cleanses the whole s stein. Dou'i
wan, but get a package to- lay and cur.'
A Fair Oder.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
ofTertosend Di. Dye's Voltaic Beit ami
Appliances on trial, for thirty dwys, to men,
old or young, afflicted with nervous debili
ty lost vitality and kindred troubles. See
advertisement in this paper. 2
In the Hop Plaster are united French
nps, Oums and Balsams, and its power
is wondertul in curing Hack Ache, Sprains,
Bruises, Neuralgia, Pain in the Sole or
Soreness anywhere. Thousands testify to
KTItisa well known fact I In the
Diamond Dyis more color ng is given than
in anv known dyeg, and they give fnt.-r
and more brilliant colors. 10c at all drug
gists. They are a great su xen. Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vf.
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and l- ,keu
, of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying w,th pain of cutting teeth? If so,
ana get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low I Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth-
- jng. IU value U incalculable. It will re
lleve the poor lim0 Uffrcr Immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
- diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, Boftens the gums, re
duces Inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho wholo system. Mrs. Wins
low'a Soothing Syrup for Children Teethlnu
u yiuwBuu to wio taste, ami is mo prescrip.
' tionofoueof tho oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in tho United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world, price 25 cent, a bottle.
Tuo World' Debt.
few of the members of tho British
Association nru better known by name
in the I'nitcd Mates than .Miehaol i.
Mulhall. the et itisticlan. Mr. Mulhall
Is tho author of three of tho most popu
lar books on stat sties j ot printed in
any language "ilalan e-heet of the
World," "rrogress of Nations," and
tho Statistical Dictionary." His
'Statistical Dictionary'' is tho tirst work
of tho kind ever published. Nearly all
other branches of s.'ionco havo their
dictionaries, br.t statistical science had
nouo until Mr. Mulhall tilled the want.,
in appearance Mr. Mulhall Is striking,
ly like (ieneral Grant, as we knew the
latter liftecn years ago. Mr. Mulhall
has been a great traveler. Ho founded
the tirst English newspaper in South
America, nt Buenos Ayres, the Stawl
ord, more than twenty years ago, and
ho aud bis brother are the pres
ent owners. There are few parts of
tho wo. Id that he is not familiar with,
though thia is his first visit to the United
Mr. Mulhall is accompanied by his
wife, a lady well-known in the literary
woildof London as a brilliant conver
sationalist and t'io author of "Between
the Ami on and the Ami's," au ex
ceedingly clever book of travel in South
America. She penetrated regions
hitherto unexplored by a wo nan. Mrs.
Mulhall is a woman of noble presence,
with strongly-cut. expressive leatures,
and linely-siiaped head.
In a convocation with the great sta
tistician, the 1're-is representative in
quired what particular branch of eco
nomics bo was investigating at tho
,"l havo recently," responded, Mr.
Mulhall, "been making a elo.c study
of the debts of nations from the t caty
of Utrecht in 171:J to the present
tVhathas been tho iucrcase slnco
The total national debt of tho world,
not estimating local debts of any hind,
in 171:5 was so'J.j.Ooo.oUU: in LoSthey
had risen to .l,11o,0 i0,W0; in 17M to
.?2,45,iXX,0 K); in 1H1 to 7,175,000,
000: in 18tsto t8.'.'4"1,O00.00i); in 1870
to .l!,l.Vi.O0 (.'too, an I in lvU 1 t.nd
they bad reached tie appalling aggre
gate of !?-'7,io ,0 'O.Oi.h i.
"The increase, then, has been greater
of recent years.-'"
'Yes. Irom the treaty of Utrecht
till the French revolution, a period of
eighty vears, the debts of nat.ons rose
:.2A),Oi.'0,wu that is, almost :-0.-00
',0 0 tv year. During tno ensuing
twenty-two years down to the but:le of
Waterloo, tllere was a rise of .-4, !.
Oho. 000, or nearly ij'i'iM.i.oiMi.oo . per
annum. From Waterloo down to tho
present time the increase has been $J).
001,0X1,000, or almost v00,00 ',00 J
"J low will this piling up of debts
"At this rate the amount of public
debts in MOO will be considerably over
s 3 i.OOO.ooO.OOn. I do not, however,
see any reason for alarm. It must be
borne in mind that siii'-o 1H the in
c easo of wealth in Europe has been
four and one-half times greater than
the growth of debt. If tho debt goes
onjim-reasin: from now till l'.ioo at tho
rate of ?tiJO,0 i(i,o ,io a year, and p ildic
wealth :', 700,0 io, oi.'o, i.tu-opo will be
richer at tho end of the century than
"For what has this immense debt
"To some extent on wars, but the
sum 1 have mentioned by no means rep
resents the cost of the wars win h was
in a great measure defrayed out of rev
enue. For example, it will be found
that from 171.1 to 1M ilriti-h warsco-t
i0 00 1,000, (,f which our ancestors
paid V'-'V OO.oo i and drew on pos.
terity for the emairider. In 1 ke manner
tho .xapoleouli; wars co-t I ranee
?l,27.,OJ ,0 to, and a ble I only :5i0,
00 i.Oiio to the French debt.''
"Does tlic same hold true in l.Mei
"The year IS 18 marks a new epo.di
in the economy of nil ions the poli:ical
convulsions all over i.urope, the intro
duction of railways, the discovery of
new gold fields the birth of free trad-,
moreover, the abolition of serfs in vari
ous countries, the invention of electric
telegra hs, the out.'low of emigrants to
America and tho British colon cs, the
H read of popular education a ; I cheap
new-papers: all these circutii-iaiic-s,
occurring alino t siiuu.taiicoiih gae a
irrca' impetus to miniati industry anil
enterprise. 1 loin i.s to Iss", tho
debt- have ri.-en almost 'l.'.O 0,0 ,ooo,
or !: ,oo i,i 0 J per annum, and the
moii'-y found employment as folioAs:
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"ltmavbo fairly sa'd that HO per
cent, of the existing debts stand for
war expenditures and 10 per cent, for
How do tho deb! s of the several na
tions of t no world compare with '.heir
"Die debt ratio to wealth per Pent,
nt tho present time is as follows:
I'nitoi Kingdom, 8. 1 per cent.; France,
11. ; (lermanv, Bnssia, Vi.'l. Alls
tria. Fl.x;- ltaiv. K.I; .Spain, '.OS: Por
tugal, '.'-.-; I.elgium, H.; Denmark, :ij
weden and orway, i.'; (i recce; h. );
Europe, 1 ;; Uniti'd Mates, i; Curia.
da. o.fi; Australia, 18.1!; Argerilirm lie
rmblic, 7.'.: l itiguay, ll.:t. Total, 0.:l.
Hero we see that there nro only e'ght
oounlries in which tho debt ratio is up
to lo per cent, of tho national wealth.
'I he National debt of the I nilod Mates,
when compared with tho wealth of the'
country, is only 'J.'i per cent , lower
than any other countrv included in my
"After studying tho sub'eet, what
nre j'our conclusions?"
"J he conclusions which I think I
may draw aro four -namely: 'I hat na.
tional debts are not to be viewed with
audi horrors as our grandfathers and
grandmothers eiiletiainnl regarding
ihem; that, they oiler a convenient
mode ot Investment for British capital,
and aro generally secure: that the in
crease of dobt in Europe has not hurt
tho working classes; that wo may ex
iiect to seo national oobts mcre wo at
least 1 00, 000, 000 a year during tho
test of tho n'notcenth century." PldU
are worn smaller, hats
Hound turbans appear for early fall
Sleeves aro to be worn lower on tho
Molicro fronts of all kinds are ignored
by women of fashion.
Ornaments of embroidery and beads
will bo used for dress decorations.
Velvet leaves veinedjind edged with
gold will be used for bonnet trim
mings. Fur or feather border mixed Inc on
gruously with laco will trim velvet
Small llgures will dotib'less bo pre
ferred for dresses, but for eloakings
there are large detached (lowers.
Plaids of subdued colors in new com.
Mnations nro shown in twilled and in
ottoman wools for childrens' dresses.
Stripes aro largely imported and will
lie used for parts of dresses. Baya
dere stripes are also among the new
A new shade in cloth is called "Cor
don-bli.e," and tho bright greens are
"Little Duke" green, and the crcsson
;reen already noted.
Black braid is used on woolen dresses
in (lordon-blue, cresson and gray
shades, but for the various brown
shades, brown of another tone is ued.
Theatre bonnets nre made of bla k
lace trimmed with deep red roses, or
white lace ornamented with tea roses.
These bonnets have no strings
Small bonnets of currant red velvet
have been sent from Paris, vcrystvlish
ly finished with tine gold fa e, and
long slender gold pins; no other trim
ming, Kensington cloths have new embroi
deries this season; instead of being ar
ranged as borders aro now in sprays
and sprig blocked o.f in squares, or
in length wise strips.
Bu-tlus will remain large, and tho
bow drapery, which consists of a w.dt.'i
of the material tied n two broad loops
and two ends fastened to tho back of
the round corsage will also be wo: n.
In dress trimmings it is eons'dered
'chic" to have the s: !e of tho skirt
different. A single broad stripe of
trimming may tie "down the left side,
from belt to foot, while t.ie right side
is covered by a low (J reek drapery.
bound waists will be worn with or
without a belt Some corsages will bo
round in the back, cut oil' at the waist
line while the iront may be pointed
or a regular basque, or lengthened iuto
a polonaise. The eil'e t either way is
'l here is a fancy to put all tho trim
ming on one part of the costume, and
leave the rest (lain. For. insta.ee, a
brown wool dress will have red or blue
ban is of graduated width woven around
it, and this contrast will not be seen on
the basque or drapery.
v el vet will be he popular trimming
for tho pretty cnapeux during the ear.y
fall season, and the fashionable colors
aro red, dark green, brown or muloer
ry. The garniture will be grapes, s.nall
peaches, walnuts, wheat mixed with
poppies and golden rod.
The Satispareil poplins brought out
for the early t.ade, exhib t some of the
characteristics of tho old-time Irish
poplins, hut are decidedly finer in qual
ity and softer in texture. They havo
lustrous surface Finish, which renders
them particularly desirable for hand
some co-tumes, and eoiiiu in all the
new i ones of favorite colors. 'J he
browns, male up with velvet trim
nf ngs, form a rich, lady-like costume.
V elvetecu is a marvel as at present
produce I, and will largely supe sedo
velvet lor all the jmrpo-es for which the
latter is used, i'he "Nonpareil" re
mains the popular brand, and comes in
all the new cho ce Colors of the season.
The green shades, the various blue and
garnet tints, are especially handsome,
and it is with ditliculty that an expert
can detect the rich black "Nonpareil"
ut a yard irom silk velv t at 10.
A pretty fr.ney for low bodices is a
giouo oi uiiciy pia tft'l crepe lis.ic,
which is clo-ed at the throat, by a hiuh
band of elvet. 'J his modest little i!c-ci-ssoiy
is very nice for women who
have not plump neck-. Another
a hievement is a hit of ol.vk or maroon
velvet fastened in front with asiher,
steel, or gold clasp. Necklaces of satin
in a becoming color, and fastened with
s.milar clasps are a French fanev
pretty for young girls.
Paris comes forth with a very hMi
novelty in berra llinery department, In
the shape of a Urinci ol bla I; lace,
with a lin e mantilla draperv which falls'
from the head to the wa st", and is ar
tistically disposed nuoiit tho shoulders,
lligh-crowned black lace hats aro seen
with th.s appendage, with a jet coinb
hold.ngthi; niantil u on tho Wt s'do.
Jhee.ee is Spanish, and graceful in
tho extreme when worn by tho riirht
person in the right way.
A novelty in neck tr mmings comes
to us from Paris that is neat, pretty and
simply made. Jt is n double 1 edo a
pull of wlute muslin w th small colored
dots. .t a half yard of tho muslin,
cut it in b asstnps. and run the ed w
toge her; then pick out tho toptomako
it take the round pu shapo desired.
A second si rip. tr-ated in the samo way,
Is let ins,, ,1,,. sl((Ws ,
narrow lure above it. !(1tl, ,nUYli nro
then sewed to a Huh, band, and aro
ready to tack into tho collar of tho
dress. Ibis is fivsl, and soft about the
throat and has the a Ivaulag,. f belli"
new. .V. '. Vom,:r,.iul Mixrlwr. "
-Mulbtrry street, f!W y0rk, has for
vears held an unenviable prominenco
In tho bvy liieof the city, and William
Allan Butler s satire recalls it as a
j.laeo "where thieves !u,d beggars and
loafers meet." But It turns out that
the pint of tho strent Cfti,,j t,9
"I end," which is inhabited entirely by
Spun ards and Italians of th ,,wen
class, has mi easy pre-emirienco In do
baomcnt over tho test o tho unsavory
thoroughfare A reporter who hud ex
plored the filthiest dens i f h ua
lown" In sun F anclseo Nays ho found
there nothing so revolting UH ti,0 uf0 0f
the "Bend." It is sa d to rival th
slums of Naples. Chicuuo Tima.
Maiden is tho first town of any noto mi
the Texas narrow gituue out from Cairo,
and is the best inlaud busintss point on the
whole line. It is comparatively a new
town, mostly built since the bui.dingof tho
road, which first brought it in direct inter
course with the outside world. For thrt o
yeirs it wus the terminus of the Texas &
St. Louis railroad and enjoyed the trade ol
Arkansas for a long distance towards Pine
Bluff. The country around Maiden and
for 25 miles south is tl.e finest of land for
Sifrioultu irl purposes in the state of Mis.
B turl, aud farms in its immediate vicinity
are as good'as cn bo found anywhere, vet
land is only rated At $15 per acre. The
soil is a rich esndy learn, and farming i
iiuply a pastime as compared with the old
clay farms of Ohio, where the writer serv
ed his apprcnticefhip "tilling the soil."
This is tho rich, sandy ridgo tint lies be
tween the sunk lands result of the great
earthquakes and the bottom lands of the
St. Francis river.
The stations between Bird's Point and
Maldeii, a distance of nearly CO mile, are
simply the section houses and a few dilapi
dated, deserted shanties. The road crosses
a few ridges of good farming country, but
from this side of Little nrnr to Maiden,
some 25 miles, the country is one tremen
dous swamp, and like the "bad lands of New
Mexico," of no possible use to mankind.
Deer, bear, raccoon, wild cits and other
varmints abound, and during the cold
weather millions upon millons of wild
duck gather here, turning the whole regh n
into one great hunter's paradise with
scarcely a dry spot on which to pitch a
tent. Speaking of gnme reminds us of
hunters, and that Maiden possesses
THE CHAMPION IlUNTEll
of southeast Missouri, if not of the whole
state, in the person of W. II. Van Cleave,
the genial landlord of "VanCleave's Hotel,"
who is also the owner of the champim
pointer of the world. He hunts for amuse
ment, is always ready to go with his
guests quail shooting, deer stalking or any
thing else that is desired; is a pe-lVct spec
iman of manhood, in the prime of life, full
chested, strong-limbed, over six feef in his
stockings, and the writer has a vivid re
merabrmce of having the lees walked off
of him while this giunt hunter was simply
enjoying a constitutional. With his No. 10
ifuo and "Ide" the dog he is ready to
take the field for qasil against any mm,
one to five hundred dollars a side, and to a
dead moral certain'y will wio every time.
If a quail gets up in range of his uun, like
Dvie Crockett's coon, it might as well any,
"don't shoot, I'll come dnwn," and save the
amunition. His kbootiog ig not ad, t ut
what is of more consequence to the
traveling public, he ke ps the bes
hotel in southern Missouri. His better
half looks after the culinary department,
and meals are served in a ruuiutr to please
the most fastidious.
Maiden boat's of four or five ho'ds, all
good ones, several good dry go ids stores,
hardware storts, grocery stores, etc.
TUK PUINCIPAL PR iDCCTIO.VS i r DC.NKMN
county are corn and cotton. The corn fields
around the town and out on the prairie re
mind one of the cora fidds of middle Illi
nois. A few miles away the farmer dovotes
his time and attention to cotton, it being so
much easier gathered and brought to mar
ket ,but corn, cotton and cotton seed all
find their way to this place for shipment.
The "Clipper," a weekly, published by
Bnbert II. Jones, is a tearless and well con
ducted out-spoken paper, an honor to
the town, and, h it denerves to b.t, well
supported. Mr. Jones is a young nun, fu 1
of energy and pluck, a good live business
man, and interested in sevcril branches of
trade ou'side of his newspaper.
The people of Maiden are quiet and law
abiding, and like Ca ro the deviltry is com
mitted bj strangers and tramps. Three
hours after our arrival (Dec. 4) a couple of
tramps armed with shot guns, pretending
to be hunters, met a fanner named Jerome
Blanton a mile out on the railroad track at
dusk and presenting their guns demanded
his money but they tackled the wrong
man. To their demand for cash he replied,
"Don't murder me, I'll give you what I've
got," and drawing out, not his pocket
book but his revolver, shot one of them
dea I in his tracks; the other fired and the
charge of buckshot tore Bhmton's collar
bone and shoulder away, causing him to
drop his pistol, which the robber got pos
session of snd fired two more shots beforo
running away. Blanton, wounded as he
was, tried both barrels of the dead robber's
nun at his partner, but failed to fire, and
the rascal escaped. Ho then walked back
to town,-bringing the two guns' with him,
where his wound was dressed. A party
Went out on a hand car and brought in the
dead man who was buried next cay in a
A REWARD OF ONE HUNDRED DOLI.AU8
was offered by tho oitizens for th capture
of the escaped robber, but at last accounts
be had not been found.
The moanest thing about a trip down in
this country is the uncertainty of trains on
the "narrow gauge." A train on time is a
curic;ity. The trains of yesterday aro lia
ble to come crawling along to-day late in
the afternoon or maybo not until to-morrow
and nine, twelve or fifteen hours Into is not
worth noticing. This thing hurts tho busi
ness of the road and ruins tho tempers of
the passengers. One gcntloman on I
No. 101 Commercial &c 6th,
"WAV w WWW WWW
We Iiiivejiist. received an invoice of fine
Curcoa and French Kid Jlutt'U Hoots, in
conimoiisiMise and anis!i stvles, all siz?s
and width-. These goods are first-class
in every pu ticular. and will be sold at
our usml low prices. Ladies, con.e and
see them, they are beautiful.
E. .:. A.. .:.
m& Holiday -:- Presents!
104 Commercial Ave., - - - CAIRO, ILL-
Wll. M. DAVIDSON,
STOVES, -:- BAHGKS, -:- TIN,
.Tapaiinod 13erlin antl Aate Ware,
Biid Cages, IJath Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Atrent for Adams & Wefrtlake Oil. fiasoline and (Jas ktoves, Pftroit
Safe- Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walking Cultivators,
Corn Sliellers, Planters, .tc, F.tc.
Jfos. 27 &
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nna trie rinrncii que nr moroorttie.rtlele. von de.ir.
.'lire, wrl'l.n pl.irtl.T. If you w.nt . K'ni, meln.e wMh your nr-ler . narrow Itrlp of paper th. .nrll of wblrh Jail I
mw.iirr,iit,dil,eflil(rl.rHrilredtotli mro rnFA.T MlirAlil.fc. eut uui Hi. In'ttMratlna oflbearlirlf. I
dnirl in ihli ail'.ruwiuent, and amd li.um with rrmr order. All order, care'ui:? parked ad aoQl b IMil lk wffl. I
a itmiiM nnmir .t tan luw
The nbovr Jcwflry li abiiolotI- NEW, j
nil rannoi ne
After It l intrmluceil, we will not sell anw
tucin nameu lor jr.. maa irom J 10 j,
PARK M'F'C CO.,
Or. J. A. Hhenntn, or 251 Broadwuv. New York, famoiu for the pnat 35 crt for bl miceomfil ly meth
od efcurlnu ruutme wltlinat aurRiciil operation, l now at hie office, St. L ula, where be will remain
to treat pallutiti till tie2oihof Ueccnihi-r. During treatment patient can labor without In toi r.riDir
wlih the rnre, anil with anfetv Irom Rtrnnrulated rupture. His book, with llkcneaa of bad ch.ui before
and after cure, la mailed for 10 cent. Keun-mbor. la tt Loui. olllce. 41)4 Market itrei't.
our train, after arriving at Bird's
Point sixteen hours bohind time,
where it again "hung fire," lost all
his religion, nnd cursed tho train, the road,
the malinger, tho agents and all' connected
with it, until the air smelted of brimstone
and the car was filled with blue smoke.
We, who never swear, felt especially grate
ful to him for tho relief his little ehulition
of temper afforded us, and the passengers
all joined in with a hearty amen.
A large number of dudes collected nt an
exposed corner latt tJitlibith, where tho
wind was high, and cnuiht colds. Each
little (liirint: wus speedily cured by Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along tho lico ot the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Picillc Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, nro thousands ot
acres of tho choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in prlco from
$2.00 to f:J00 and fl.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climite unsurpassed
for snlubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tho undersiined for a copy of sta
tistics of cropB raised in Arkaticns and Texas,
In 1882, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
f:r :88!1 is f0 piT cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing- land owned by
the Com puny, and paying nno-fourth, one
half, or all cxs.li, a proportionate rebate is
allowed f.irmnnev iiaid fortir.krihf or fmlirht
over the Companies lines.
II. C. To end, Oen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
,ii Mt s
. V' f4Vti
Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver,
PL A T K D-V A. K E.
$37" Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices Duplicated.
I011IB BOLD UBIfS' DIIB. t wllk
ROLLEI QOIB UmiKOt, wmli CmL lim.4.M
IIUU Rln mM will mm (hn.. .i - u. u.k.n
HKI Uu.lif. ol mc fluHt rauih wtu... ti nn, "4
preMnt, bid (tit aAj m. tm nromi k .mi th I
rich tnrf rowl... ud nnnj t,. .. ....
lens man t e iwinc. iiim. gnxit 10 inionuce
tell . Kwr !(!. EC9VOUR CHOICE FOU tl.OO.
h. mmi . RMPi.t.r! Lilr or r. O. II1.W u!l..r with vour I
I i 1. SI. I
nurrnaaeti at ine niorei.
ANTED I adieu and Oent'cm n In city or
$3 to $4 a day eaally inudv; work tent by mall; no
ciinvarislnif. We have tfod demand for onr work
1:111111 y iv uko iikui won hi meir own mime.,
and lurnixh fa y rmplovment. Addrea., with
etamp, CROWN MFO. COMPANY, iMVIn.Ht.,
VOH SALE Hayd' fk Jnmn-iieat inrrey.llat price
$.'45, new, geod Job, for $150. Inquire of E. A,
FOH SALE. Haydock Phaeton, new, li.t price
for flB5. Iuquiru of K. A. Uurnutl, Bulle
UOR 8 LE. Twocottaitea 0" 8Mb utreet near
- Poplar, aud one cottage on Poplar above 85th
street, at a bargain,
tt M. J. llOWLET, Heal Estate Agent.
Parlor Entertainment !
By tho U'1C8 or tho Episcopal Charch,
Thursday Eve., Dec. 11, 1884,
An tntertlna crotrrnmmn w'll ha nrnannlnd.
h'ch will Include court 8reno, the stately
minuet of olden tlmo, and luuie flue niualc.