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.THK DALLY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1184.
rlBE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Ulinoia.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A Geueral Banking: HiiHiness
Til OS, W. 11V.IjLiII ) A.V
JNTEUPRiSE SAVING BANK
KXCLCS1VKLY A SAVJXUS WAMi.
Commercial Avenue and Kiyrlitb St re.
F. BNOKS, I'ruaident. I f. SfiVt. Vice Prea'm
II. WB 1.1,8, Caahlcr. I T. J. Kerth. Aaa't caul'
. Brom. Ca'ro I William KIiils. .CMn
Peter Neff " William W,.?.... "
C. M Onterloh " I C. O. Patii-t ........ '
KA.Uu.ler " I II. Well '
J. Y. Cleni'uo. Cali-iioula.
A.JKMIUA . BANKfNU HUMS KnS JONk.
Kichaoko "o'.d and bunhl. Intnort panl i
the ravtnga Drpartmttnt. Collecliona itiatlu ,D
til boalnean promptly atu-iidtfil te.
J)R. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAl'OR, ELECTKO-VAPOR d MKDICATKi-
A .aJr to Utandaoco.
Jjl M. HARKELL, M. D.
OFFICK-Eiil fide Unnuerclal. below 8t1 Si.
Cairo. Ill rioia.
J)l E W. WHITL0CK,
vcm-Ao. PS Oommrelal A verm, h-,t
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J 0. PARSONS, M. 0.,
OCULIST AND AUK 1ST.
OPTIC l-Cit Drug Sioro. Carhondale. 111.
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Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Organized December, 1883, ruder iliv
Law of 18B3.
BucccMotto Wldowi ind Orphaoa Mmoal Aid 80
duty, 0 ganlaod July 4ih, 1877, no'
tbo lawa of 1H7H.
JOHN II. K0IIIN8UN m I'ri'milul.l
WM. 8THAT1' N,... Vleu l'ruiduiil
J, A, UUL118TINB TixaouiM
0. W, DD'NIX Modlral Arivll
THOMAS LEWIS 8ccrlar)
BOARD OF DIRECTORS roil 1st YEAR.
Wm. Htratton, StMton A Bird, roMf,i'it:iit, 1 1 1 .
). A. boldotlno, ofMolriatlns A Koaenwatur. whole
lala nd ret ill dry noodjC, Vi, Ui.nnir u. M. l'.
Pri. Dd. Med Kt,, for r nxtttna ; Alherl l.uwla,
enrawlaalun merchant 1 J, HuMiui.u, ruiinn
ludge an notary iulllr Win. K. l'ltcluit. f.itn.
broker and linuranro aiunli H II Hard, nil
itieetmpurrUori M I'h Hn a, carpi Ntf rand liulid
ri Thomaa I.bwI, attorney and eurrutarv K.V,
Hiercejattornoyt-law, DnOjiotn III K.O. Phm
caablur of I'litonnial Hun , A.lilcy, III 1 A l'iirt
Hayden. caahlur of Uunrue Conmt ly it Co., siirlim
Onlrt. 1 1 1 1). M lrtiin. attornny-al- aw, tiitf Hu.i
doitibitrei't, Chlauo) Hon, ItnliUA llalcrer, at
toroey-at law, Oharleaton. Mo It l.olbtou
Mbler First Natlontl Dank, Btiart. low.
'V V X'
For the Cure ol Coughs, Colds
I Hoarseness, Drnnchitis.Croup, Infiu-
'ttn Aclhm. W hnftninn I i,frK In
cipicnt Consumption and for the re
lief of cor . jtnptive persons in advan
ced stapes of ihc Ditta1. 1 or bale
by all Jjruggists. l'rice, 25 Cents.
.SUM AU tt.W I"&r..l
DO YOU KNOW
Witn lied Tin ag U the br.nl U tbe pure t; la
ni vrr ailultraiej wltb ' ic--, barytna, mu aaiea.
or any dclrterloua Infrtdteutu, a' la tbu cate rb
many obr inbac
LORILLAUDS l!0-!E LEAF FINE ( UT
la alao madri oftb'ttneiit nock, a-id for aromatic
ciici.ik qualil. bit, mil in unne.
LORILLAUDS NAVY CLIPPINGS
-akw flrat tatk a a ao l I durable .uokIo toba co
wherever 11 Ir .doc-d
LORILLARD'S ,'AMOUS SNUFFS
nave been usi'd for oyer 134 yeara, and are (old to a
lartcr cxteLtthan aoyotbura
who are tired of C lo bai fade In anothlne or
wi bin will dad tne
PURPLES, "GRAYS," AND
p rfectl' fa.t and e table II yon want a' bone t
print, try tbem. Made in treat variety.
I hf ft poitl ramtd; I r th d ! ; bv lt
thnuatniitof CMof tlit worn hnl mu4 of tone
tBdlnr hrotU'(l. Im1I, OilrnfiffU IDT ful'll
lDlMtfflrwy.tt.nl I wi I rf) 1T() KOTTLKJi fKKI,
trlhrUn VAl.rADI.Kl RKATISKon thildtM
to Uiy lUaTvr. (iitiri'id O. 4dr .
UK. T. k. MLUCl'M.lil riwlttt., Torfc
Tlie Science of Life. Only Si
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
xnau.ti'd V ti!ty Nervuun and I'ny-irai lie
lilllty I'-iniiWif l)ue:iu' lu Man, Krror- ol
Yfmth, anrt uutold nnavriei, rvoltiuv Imm India
rret on or iico-n A k.(xik (or tverv man. ouu,
miilillc-.ei'd ir't .ild, Icon aii lt irnrrtnluii
. r all rui anl rttrmic dm.-4-ui-, . ath una ot
-icb. iua ailiie. -o toad y the tnttior,
wlioai rxprrlii.ci' (nr '.M yearvm fiicIi n i.roliali'j
n vr in'ire tiT Kithrlui nf any phrtrtan . ICO
pae. honed li ix-iutitul ft nrh mnmlr, unilio.
aed Covert, I'll tfnt, unurf to d to b. a fl . i-r w.,rk
in v ry auir inLM-brmcii, i'ti;rry 'iid ,imif
eloi.al than utl ni wn k Huld in tnli. vu'iL'ry
f(r i ,V) ui me 111 tin y wil hi- r.-(i iiUe.l 111 v urv
lnurcc fil.x- inly l.ii hy "n il, pon Mil.
IllunrBiiv, aain le 1, r,'M. er,d now tiold
me (In I aw ,rdi d the anihor hv thr N Hi, at Mi.'Uii a1
ArKi'oatint, 111 the fllivr 1 1 which ne r li-ra
Thi- 8 l 1 re 01 l.if rhnn d hi- read hy tbe oi ng
( t In.irn t nn, a' d In the afflicted lor 1 elluf. It
will bi-netlt al . I.nndim I.aixet,
Then-1 no member nl .otiet, to wnom the Sci
ence uf Life will nut bo nneful, whether youth,
pi.ri uardiAii, ln.tructi rnr luri( mau. Argo
naut. Addrcn tho Peahody Medical In.tilntc. or !)
W il Parker, No. I BulAnc St'rut, 1) lauin
.Mm1'., wlin may lie cnnau!ied on all ill. ae re
qui I tiv aklll and i'penenro Ch nnir and nb-t:-nat-dln-a
ea ;bat hae hnnied 1 I I the
kill el all (1 her hv!rtaii- a I 1 I i '
cla.tjr. Much in ati:d aiic- Tl I VCl.' I V
re'-rull, without an liiKt 1 II I KlljldlT
anrei t fa lure Mentlinrthia paper.
C'OAA AAfA 'n l"",'"'t etven away Send
AZUi M Mill n Rciite po-tnifi!, ai d hy mail
V VV,i V. vowM 8, ,P,e . ,,hc ac . f
po'id f large valnc, thitt w II -tirl yon In -vurk
that will ,t nu brlnit ynii lu mo'iev f, t- r tha i
anyihlnK elan 11 Ann-Ici. All tlnmt lb-f Hi.U 0
III p'Vtulita wltn earh hoX. iM wanted evury
wnerc, nf elib r ex.of il ai;e lop nil lie t mc.nr
.pare time ci,l .to work f Ua a1 their own bomea
hori'inea for Hi I wo'kora -ibanlntAlr iured. ' ol'I
elity 11. ilALLKT it OH., P irt ai d, Me.
Cool mid ( luU'l)' M'titrrJay, iirnJ hmio s--dull.
Thr Dikotih Ii.-hvi's St. Lmla this eveu
ait fur Icnnt'fai'o river.
Tho ArknnsHH City from Vickabur is
due up to-uiglit for St. L::uis.
Cnpt. Will Ticln'nnr U tint chief of con.--uiotiirg
on tlm OxfJ iliia Ki-iaon,
The City of Ni'W OrleDH arrived Ihtp
lastcvotilng nnd pnnwd down for Nuw Or
lonns. Tho Thm. Sherlock undor dpt. John
PatterBor, lunvct Now Orleans thin evunlrnf
for Cm inrmti,
Tho Cliy ol' Hi leu irom Vicknlurtf din
chnttC'd Hi-vi rnl humlred b v of cotton
ypti"d iv at thia port, and departed for St.
Louis flying liht.
The Will 8. H-iyi will unke oni exctir
gl in trip from Cinoliiniiti to Nuw Orleani
la F brunry. She hni alretdy oou hun
dred round-trip ponplo.
The llU'Uon will report here this even
ing for St. Louis. Fur gDod living and
hoNpltnlity try tint. Iludann, and net your
ticket from W. F. Lutnb.lln, piifsoiiKcr
If the rivor U rrnt clogi'd this winter by
cold wpittlier, m will hivu I ho biiirtst
trade that was ever known In the liUtoiy of
Cain, both by river and rtll. This 1h no
Oen. tl'iziin prediction, but is linned on m U
en 'I He ptinelples.
Yi'Kierday In our stroll for niiAHtse s'uui
bled mi Tjituita IJi-rbertV Inntienau rodue-i
hi lpe, nnd whs P iatonlsliei to flipl In m do
nu utieli s Iii'hvv bnsini'us. A nplu-, i;o;.t
toes nnd onions atillletent to supply nn kr
my ol' ip mu all illntmiNlima wore 011 the
pavemoDt ready fur ihipuieat. .
The state dairymen's association hold
its annual meeting at Champaign next
Fkom nd after Jmiuary 1 the price of
(!h in L.uiBville will be $1 per thousand
Tkof. U.S. PniTciiARD, of Washington
Uo vciBity, who lotn junt returnel from
New )rleHn-sas tbe expoai ion will not
tn: iii pri-SH tnble hlinpn lor a month.
A Chicago man wanted a divorce be
cauie Ins wifo perdiated in singing hymns.
Tho court laugheil at him and be would
havo hr-t tho caBO had not the lawyer sum
moned the wife to the witness stand and
Htrt. d her singing. At the 6fth vero the
court threw up tho pone and the divorce
waa granted. Only 647 iliv irco caat-s are
now pending in the Chicago courts.
In tho so-called ''northern states" Mr.
Chveland receive.) 3,188,087 votes and id
tlm southern statea 1,023,137 votes, or in
Other woida he received two vo'es in the
north to tvery one in the south. But of
the s xteen so called "southern states" only
kIivi-u belonged t i the confederacy and in
these Cleveland had 1,053,094 vo'eB. Of
the total vote cust for Mr. Cleveland, 80
per cint came from "loyal atati s."
Mr. Jo eph PcuTZEn h'ts placud the
WnrM at the head ol the No York dai
lies. In ciiculation and advertising patron
age it surpasses the Herald. When he
purchased the world its circulation was
only about 80,000, while now it is 120,000.
The World of last Sunday was a sextuple
sheet, or 24 paces, 7 columns to the page,
wit1! 88 columns of advertisement- and 80
columnsof reading matter. B-sides Mr.
Pul tzi-r's stircess in this line, he was last
month elected to congress.
IR. J. O. Cak OS, a careful aDd compe
tent young physician, dispatched by the
tate hoard of health to investigate the pea-il-nce
prevalent in th mountain counieg
of southwestern Kentucky, says the dis
ease is epidemic dysentery, caused by ma
lrial poison, which owes its origin to a
wet spring, followed by a drouth so pro
tracted that snrinjrs and creeks ceased run
ning and became stagnant pools, exposing
to the action of the sun fresh vegetation on
their margi is as they became lower each
day, and finally resultf-d in reservoirs of
malarial poisons, from which the people
were compelled to tike their water supply.
IIh declares there aro no poisonous miner
als in the counties which he visited. Lou
ENEIUL . LorjL ITEMS
Overcoats were in ileimnd yi-ter Uy.
Two catamount were killed in East
Choice pigs feet, bvrels and halves, at
Herman Herscher will start a German
paper at Paduc-th.
Best brand maple syrup and self rising
buckwheat at W. B. Pettis', the grocer. 2t
The Alexander county poorhouse is
said to be without an occupant.
Go to Jackson's for oranges, apples
and coc mnuts.
Christmas week we are to have Smith's
Swiss bell rinyers for three nights,
The G.-rman school siciety held a
meeting last nisht in the new Casino hall.
K ngHD's best hams, breakfast b icnn,
pii!-' leet and pure Urd at Walter B. Petti-',
the gn cer. 2t
The Villa Ridge folks are endeavoring
to get a daily report from the signal servico
Choice creamery butter 9-lb caddies
Merchants are reneivin'? their holiday
goods and the displays exhibited are at
trai'ttng consideraMe attention.
Call on Mr. Core below Fourth on
Ohio levee for chesp railroad tickets to
points north, south, east or west. It
The Paducah Standard says there is a
project on foot looking to the establish
ment of a street car line.
Wanted -20 pounds large e'ean cot
ton ragsat Tun Bulletin office; Scents
per pound will bu paid for'selocted utock. 2
Rev. C. Schuchard will hold a free
German sehiMil every Saturday In the base
ment of his church, from 0 to 12 o'clock.
-If wanting oranges, lemons, cocoanuts
or apples cheap, go to Jnckgon's. ,
Th crazv man who has been roaming
about the street lor several days past, wag
arrested yesterday and sent across the
New French prunes, easlern evapor
ated apples and peaches, also new figs,
dates a d Louisiana orangea. Walter B.
Pettis, the grocer. 2t
A lot'er from Mrs. Dr. Marean says
they hnve arranged ti sell out and leave
Florida as soon as po-sible on account of
the unhealthy summers.
Choice pickles, barrels, halves and
kegs, cheap. G, II. Jackson & Co,
A two-foot vein of cos' has been struck
at Aldcy, III., at a depth of 810 feot. A
paying vein, it is eipected, will be reached
at a depth of 480 feet.
Mr. W. W. Core lias ipeocd a railrnud
Mctet broker's officio on the lnvoe below
Fou.'.h street and will furnish cheap tickets
10 1.1I poiuta. It
At John A. Miller's Jewelry aton may
bo found at all timet full Hue of all
grades of American watches, diamonds, fine
jewelry and a large assortment of clocks,
silverware, etc., suitable for holiday presents
Leave orders for turkeys, cranberries,
celery, oysters, mince meat and oranges for
the holidays witU Walter B. Tettis, tho
The board of county commissioners
wifl convene to-day to receive the reports
of road supervisors and transact such other
bualni'es as may cune before them.
Pirties In want of canned California
fruits, corn and tormtoes cun bo accommo
dated with Ix'Ht goods and lowest prices at
Walter B. Pettis', tho grocer. 2t
Dr. S. L. Gesner, an eminent European
oculiht and optician, is at The Ilalliday,
where he can be consulted, free of chargo,
on the important subject of the eye-sight.
Lidies desiring to have their eyes examined
at home cin be Mcc'immodated by leaving
ordera at The Ilalliday. See adv.
Just received 150 barrels and lux
choice L . oranges, 50 barrels San Bias
cocoanuts nnd 150 brrels fancy long cut
sour kraut. G. II. Jackson & Co.
The two young "Indian hunters" were
released from the city pribon yesterday and
immediately took passage on the Gus Fow
ler fur their hume in Kentucky. They
were highly elated at being once more able
to breathe the tree air, and told the officers
'hey would go home and be good boys.
Finch literature was the cause of all their
J. Russell Worthington, who wai ar
rested by Officer Sheehan on a teleg
raph order, charging him with forgery,
was released, tbe f,ct leaking out that he
had put up the job in oroer to board at the
county's expense for a few weeks. These
would-be "rly"pople will 2nd our officers
up to anufT aud that they cannot be im
posed upon with i.npunity.
The following marriage licenses have
been issued since our last repnrt: Joo, W.
McCrite and Miss Lou Uzlwod, ot Elci;
Michael J. Iluney and Miss EliZtlieth L.
Combs, of Charleston, Mo. ; Junes F. Eden
and MibS Luella Frnughn, f Valley Forre,
Pulaski county; Hugo F. Ferderhart, of
Anna, and Mies Eliza B. BIinn, of Beech
Ridge; Kobt. Butler Puckett aud Miss Eila
M. Bitty, of Cairo.
Three knights of "Nir,.rod" from P1
ducah, Messrs. Dudley, Weil and Force,
while'out on a hunt in the wilds of old
Kentucky, got lost Thursday, and the only
game they sec ured on the trip was a piii,
wood-pecker and peck of potatoes. They
arrived in the city last night badly disor
ganized, but after receiving the necessary
refreshments issemlilcd in good order and
declared they would at once organize an or
der known as tho ibreo Pi.
George Sumner, a colored fellow, felt
awful dry Thursday night and not having
the requisite amount of lucre to purchase
boi ze, he stole two butili-s of wine from
George Robinson, who keeps a saloon on
the corner of Frth street and Ci mmerclal
avenue. Yesterday he was arrested and
brought before Judge R ibinson, who bound
him over to the circuit court in tbe sum of
(50. Not being able to give bond, be was
committed to Jail. No Christmas drinks
Willis Janes, a hotel cook of the col
nred race, employed a negro boy to BB-ist
him in his duties. After working some
time the cook purchased a pair of boots tor
the lad. Shortly afterward they quarrel i
an I the boy left, which so enraged Janet
that ho sought and found him, threw him
upon the sidewalk and took tho boots otf
his feet. The httb- bare-footed youth
brought the matter to tho attention of
Ju Ign R ibins in, and Janes was yesterday
arretted and fined $10 and coBts, besides
being obliged to yield up thu stogas to tho
boy. Served him right.
Mr. Charles Nelson, of Springfield, has
determined to become a canaidate for door-
1 trm.rw I" ftf ttl.i hi.lUA ..f .nn.....,nl.li..i. a.
the approaching session of the general as
sembly. Mr. Nelson is a col red man, and
has for years done tflective service on the
stump as an advocate of democratic prin
ciples. He is eb quont and able, and ever
ready to give exollent reasnnavfor the faith
that is in him. He is fearless, too, and
cannot be driven from his adherence to
what he believes correct political princi
ples. If the democrats of the bouse Bhould
determine to bestow upon him the recog
nition he seeks, we have no doubt his ap
pointment would give general satiafaction
to his pirty friends whorever he is kuowo.
80m e people are just as cross as a bear,
they snap your head nff when you happen
to open your mouth. We cannot excuse
them, for taey have bad colds, which
makes them irritable, and are too mean to
buy a bottle of Dr. Bull'a Cough Syrup,
which would restoro their good nature.
Our Variety List.
We have just received six cars choice
New York and Michigan apples, consisting
of tho following varie ties:
Rutsett, Rib Pippin,
Northern Spy, Jonothan,
Talman, sweet, Maiden Blush,
R"d, sweet, Ph- enix,
Rnmbo, Ben Davis,
R. I. Greening, Jackson Reds,
Canada Red, Beek-no-Furthtr,
Winter White, Winter Pippin,
Swaar. G. H. Jackson & Co.
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAY
Wlmt can be m re appreciated than a beautiful as well as
a substantia! urifi ? What is more to be admired for a Christ
m is Present than an elegant pair of Shoes or felippers?
We know not what. Our itock of
Boots, Shoes and Slippers
for the Holiday never was so comp'ete. We beg of the
;ood people not to confound us a new firm newly come with
a stock of goods purchased for some other locality. We
have been amon you all of our lives aud know just what
von want, and wo have the roodsi suited to the. location.
We invite an early inspection
140 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL.
eiy 01 nnii m for tlie Holidays. Would be pleased to have
all cull and examine my lare stock.
Crockery Store, 148 & 150 Oom'1-A.ve.
There was net a very largo audience in
Ideal League hall last evening at tho re
union of the temperance folks, under tho
auspices of the women's Christian temper
ance union, but what was lacking in nutn
bers wasmnde up in enthusiasm.
The meeting was culled to order at 8,',
o'clock by Mrs. Bristol, president of the
union, who announced that the exercises
would begin by singing, "I need Thee ev
ery hour; prayer was offered by Rev. A. II
Trick, after which ho proceeded to make
a spec!) of an hour's duration, He said he
was a true friend of temperanco and would
always be found ready and wiling to aid
the same to tho best of his ability, II is
remarks were r plote with solid f icts, and
bin language such as to enlist the closest
attention. He is an excellent speaker, an
able man, and the temperanco cauxe will
have in him a champion In all that the
The quartette, consisting of Miss Annie
Rdey, alto, Miss Ella Robbins, soprano,
Mr. Frank Metcaif, tenor, and Mr, Wm.
Butler,' basso, rendered "The mill will
never grind with the water that is passed,"
In a most charming manner, which elicited
great applause. Miss Ella Robbies presid
ed at the organ.
Rev. E. A. Iloyt was then introduced,
who, in a half hour's speech, eloquently de
livered, showed himself to be complete
muster of the quo-tlun of temperanre. lie
has a splendid delivery, and though the
hour was growing late, there was not a per
son left the hall until he hud fintahed. He
is a thorough prohibitionist, and does not
hesitate to say so In tho plainest possible
The president announced that the election
of officers would occur nt xt week. She
thanked thus:) present for their, attention
A familiar song was then sling, Mr, Miv
Kee'e power'ul voice leading, alter which
the assemblage was dismissed with the
blessing by Rev Trick.
Mis Lizzie Wo. id was tho organist of the
evening, her excellent playing bting a
prominent feature of tbe occasion.
American direct-feed Student
Lamps, nickle-pbtted. All danger
of accidents removed. The capa
city of the oil reservoir is one
third more than any other lamp.
Tnese lamps hive been thorough
ly tested and hive, given uni
vrsul satisfaction. No one can
Ubi'd 0 do without one. as I
have put the price down to 84.00
within tbe reach of all. These
lamps are to be had at Santa
CLtus' headquarters, where also
can be found the largest assort
ment of Toys. Moliday Presents,
American and Boliemitn Glass
u,iv Nih'fj'-jdafed Vases axd a
handsome assortment of Ivory
Hllll fl)dlll'll Iloiwlln P(l,n-n.ni
beautifully decorated Library
Lumps, decorated Tea, Dinner and
Chamber Sets and an endless vari-
R v. C. Schuchard will preach at Olm
sted to-morrow, consequently there will be
uo services at tho Lutheran church.
There will bo no services at the Episcopal
church to-morrow. F. P. Davenport, S. T.
B., rector, will Icavo to-day for Metropolis, -where
ho will preach on the Sabbath.
At iho Methodist Episcopal church, at
11 a. m. tj-uiorrow, Ruv. E. A. Hoyt will
preach on the "Founding of the Church."
Sunday school at 3 p. m., a special feature'
being tho blackboard exercises. Preaching
In the evening as usual.
At the Presbytonan church to-morrow
morning Rev. A. H. Trick will preach on
"Hoin MiHslons," and a collection will be
tikeu after the sermon for that board. Ia
the evening the third of the series of ser
mons on "The Christum Life," "Helps."
All invited. Seats free.
Do Not Be Discouraged.
Ptfnn If Vflll hlivi, trim) ntnntf .amnrlioa 4n
your kidney disease or liver complaint with-
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inn eui yran, u ia mi ruaauu wuy you NUUU11I
tliiuk your disorder incurable, The most
intiactable rases readily yield to the potent
virtues ot Kidney-Wort. It ia a purely
Oi.irlilMllli, etlllinnllil I Arhfnl, tn .t,A
tf(.tniila llttiie atkil hrttvnta at tlta aamA lln..
a,..,.. jw ...u. umj ..unviB, .BLU. 11UI17,
and thus cleanses tho whole aistem. Don't
wail, but get a Dnckago to-dav and cum
. - r,- - '
Cheap nomt'i in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lice ol the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
P id tic Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest (arming and graaiog
lands in the world, ranging in price from
f,'.U0 to 300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
ilrnss tn the underulined for a conv of tta .
ti-ties of crops raised in Arkanrss aud Texas,
In lrW., and makeup yur mind to go tod
eu (or Yoiir-lfwl en you learn that the crop
r.ir Is 10 per cent larger than tbat of
18H2. To those purchasing land owned by
In-Company, and, paying one-fourth, one
half, or alt rash, a proportionate relate ia
allowed fir money paid fortickots or freight
over the Companies lines. -
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