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. THE DAILY (JAlttU BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MOiiNING, DECEMBER 31, 1884
ST. LOUIS SHOE STOEE,
No. 101. Commercial & Oth,
We have in stock a beautiful lino of
Gents' Fine Embroidered Slippers at our
our usual bed-rock prices:
Nice Hand. Emb Slip. 81.25
Nice Silk. Emb Slips, - - 1.50
Nice Silk, Emb SJips. 2.00
Fino Ohenilie, Emb Slips, - - 2.50
The above are fresh, seasonable goods,
and dirt cheap at prices named.
. t3TRnbber croods of all kiads at very low prices,
among which we show the "Olivette," the llghest and
neatest warm overshoe for ladies in the market.
V Cairo. Ills.
rilHB CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cuiro, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking business
TIIO.-3, V. I-I.VLiIjIIJ'A.V
ilNTERPRISE SAVING RANK".
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HA Iv.
' ' ' Truftner.
Commercial Avenue and El?lit,li Street
II. WKLLS, Caahlor.
I f. NitFf, VicoPnm'nl
J. J. Kerth, Ai't chhIi
. Bro..,. ....... ......Cfi'ro I William Ktuta. ,C':lro
Peter NetT " WIIHnm Wolf "
0. M.OMcrloh.. " I 0. O. Patter "
B.A.Bndcr " I II. Wolln
J. Y. Cloraaou, Ouledoii!! ,
, A UEKETtALBANKUSU BUSINESS DONE.
ttxehango sold and bottirht. Intcrojt ptUl It
the Saving Dcpurtmunt. Collodions made mid
II bualnets promptly attended to.
JJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial Ave-, Cairo, ill.
VAPOR, EI.KCTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATICD
" administered, dally.
A '.ailr In attendance.
R. E. W. WOITLOCK,
o?nt'i No. 18(1 Comm.irclal Avenue, hotweea
KgntSand Muth Street
v d -L
a -lis! ?s.s H
r Caveat, Uo-1muc and Tradu-Mnrtta tccn'od. and
all other palvtit catmm in I lie I'alunt Olllc.e and
toror tli Conria promptly and carefully atiuudvd
' i to. .
L'ponrorvlpt of model or ii'lrli of Invoiitlnn, I
tntkti caroful examination, and advlae a a lo
patnlalllltr r roe of Cliarijn.
KKBS M0DR1UTH, .md I mako N'O CIlARtilf
UNLK8K PATSNT Irt Hh.CCKKD. Information,
advice aud apecial rofiTi ncc aunt on application
J. K. I.iri KI.L. Waihlomou, l. C.
, Kcar V, tt, I'ati'Ut Office.
TTTJ1TT) forworlclne people. Knd 10 conla
il lLi Li L I'oaiatte, and we will null yon True a
royal, valuable aamplu box of (oo(la
.,. 1 , that will pnt toil tu the ay of maklna mora
money In a fow daya than you ever tkonulitpo.al.
' bit at any rrua'nuaa. Capital not required. Yon
can live at home and work In apare tune only, or
all the time Allofbolh (, of all airea. grand
s ' lrticeeful. 50 centa to $S oally earm-d every
veniD(. That all who want work may teat the bu
, , ; tneaa, w mane 1hl niipartllelnd offor! To all
wboare not aatlaflid we will tend $1 to pay tot I bo
t tronble of wrltiag oa, Fall partlcmara. dl ucilona,
. , ete .aent free. Imtnenan liar abai.lntei lure for
'. HI who atari at onre. Don't dUy. Addri a
" ' HflX HON 4C0., Portland, Molno.
A CAIRO BEAUTY ELOPES.
The Only Daughter of a Cai
- ro MUionaire Runs Away
With her Father's
Private Secretary. ,
Escape, Capture, Arrest.
The Private Secretary Proves to he a
Count, be.iu? a direct Descendant of
Knropean Nobility. -He Falls Heir to
Haifa Million, which acts as a Balm
to the Irate Parents.
Very few people iu this city are acquaint
ed with tho fact that on the 1st of Septem
ber last Mr. Josh Doosinberry, a million
aire and high standing gentleman, had
rented a palatial residence on Walnut
street not a thousand miles from the corner
of Seventh. . Mr. Doosinbcrry had in bis
employ Charles LsClair, who acted as bis
private secretary. Mr. LeClair became
infatuated with bis beautiful daughter,
Miss Sweetrosc, who reciprocated bis love,
but knowing her parents objected to her
choice she planned an elopement. Whilo
her guardians were out visiting, she packed
her little duds and he and she took cue
fast express for Chicago. Tho parents on
arriving homo found their daughter and
secretary missing and tho room of Mis9
Swcctrose turned topsy-turvy. An alarm
was heralded through the country, and a
reply was received from tho Chicago chief
of police that tho fugitives wcro safe at
police headquarters. Mr. and Mrs. Doosin
bcrry immediately left for the garden city
and proceeded to their destination. The
scone which followed can better be imag
ined than described. During tho excite
ment a messenger boy called for tho Count
Do NoAccount, which proved to bo the
private secretary, Mr. Le Clair, and the dis
patch handed him stated tis father had
died and he bad fallen heir to a half mil
lion dollars. This had the magical effect
of soothing tho angry parents. ' A justice
of tho peace performed tho ceremony, and
tho couple were made one. All hearts
were made glad and happiness now reigns.
COUNT DE NO'ACCOCKT.
Ho was born at Blackwell's Island, Eng
land, his father being tho great Connt Do
NoAccount. lie was banished from homo
through extravagant living. He came to
this country under an assumed name, peck
ing employment, reaching Cairo in poor
circumstances and shabbily clad. Passing
tho great bankrupt sale of clothing at A . &
J. Levy's (Sam Burger's old stand) he pur
chased a fine suit of clothes. This assisted
him in getting the situation at Mr. Donsin
berry's. When introduced to his daughter
she remarked, "What a pretty suit, of
clothes ho wcarp, and bow Bwcet it wakes
him look." That sealed their fato. IIo
advises all who wish to bo successful in
life to purchare one of A. & J. Levy's fine
suits, and they will never know such word
as fail. '
Dolls 1 Dolls 11 We offer tho largest
lino of dolls in tho city, and for less money.
Remember wo snll all our dolls and toys in
onoweek, and during tho hollidiiys and
they mils', ho sold at tho New York
"Well's Hcallh Itcnewer" restores health
and viifor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Smart weed and belladona combined
with tho other ingredients used in tho best
porus plaster mako Carter's 8. W. & B.
IJiickacho plaster, tho beet in tho market
Price 25 cents.
Offonsivo breath, bad tuBto in mouth
coated tongue, show torpid liver and dis
ordered stomach. Alien i lit tous Thvair
vcgetahlo remedy, quickly relieves all. 25
cents, ai an unit-insts. mo)
Opi'iiing" the Fountains.
In numherlt'ss bulbs beneath tho skin is
Bccpitcd tho liquid substance which gives
tho hair its tixturo color and gloss. When
this Becretion stops, tho Imlr beroms dry
lustreless, brittle and gray. Is that tho
condition ef your, limr? If ao, apply Par
ker'i Hair Balsam at oncu. It will rcatoro
tho color, gloss and life by renewing tho
action of nature. The lialsam is not an oil
not a dye but an (llegunt toilet article,
highly appreciated because ot lis clcanli
THE GRANT GRATUITY.
It Is Not Proposed to Make Good
All of Ward's Steal
ings," But Whatever Ganeral Grant Needo He
mi Have, and That Is All
There is In It,
The CapiuKam of the Country Know
What Tbey Owe to Ornt, and
Will Dlsaharge the Debt.
Nrw Yonir, Deoember 80.Wlth re
gard to tho alleged subscription In favor
ot General Grant, -Mr. Cyrus W. Field
aid yesterday afternon: "I am sorry
that anything ot tbls kind has got Into the
newspftpors for there la really nothing In
tt. Mr. Hoyt, who has an ofllce In
this building Jrt8t under this, came to me
and stated that General Grant was likely
to need some assistance, aud I went up
and saw Mr. VanderbiJt with regard to
his claim. I did not find him at all
troubled. He told mo that his claim
was $160,000, butt ho said: "11 you
are getting up a subscription to
paj that, put 'mo down for $60,000.
Mr. Steve Klkins has been here to-day to
see me, and you may say this, aud say
that I say it: General Grant will have the
money he needs. Tho rich men of this
country are fully aware that but for Gen
eral Grant their property would not be
worth much and they are fully
aware that whatever of indi
rection there may have been in the
firm of Grant 4 Ward, General Grant had
nothing to do with It, and they don't
hold him responsible Writ-in any way.
We don't propose to pour money into a
sieve, and are not going to pay the debts
of Grant & Ward; but whatever General
Grant needs he will have, and that is all
there is to it."
A prominent broker said yesterday : "I
supposo it is all very well to make np a
fund for General Grant, but I don't see
that there Is any proposition to reimburse
the men who lost their all in consequence
of trustiug to Grant A Ward, w ho would
never have pnt in their money If the name
of General Grant had not been in the
firm. It's all right, I expect,
and I am ghd he is not to lose anything.
At the same lime, I think it is unfortunate
that his name should have been connected
with that firm, for there is little doubt
there are many who have, through their
connection with that firm, lost their all."
TMC RKCKNT EARTHQUAKES.
Madrid, December 80. Fresh details
received from the districts in which the
earthquake shock was severest adds new
horror to the great calamity. At Nerja, a
town of 5,000 people, in the province
of Malaga, the earthquake was fol
lowed by a hurricane. This
flashed ihe destruction of many houses
which already had been brought to the
brink of ruin Dy the previous shock. Tho
luliabltante fled In terror from the houses,
and camped outside of town. Much suf
fering is caused by the scarcity of provis
ions. Tho alarm in Malaga Is now sub
sided, and affairs will soon resume their
STEWART'S ADVANCK ON GAKDUL.
Cairo, December 30. General Herbert
Stewart will advance from Korti to Guk-
dul to-day, with his forces disposed In
the following order: A detachment of
hussars will form the van, fol
lowed by the engineer corps,
field hospital and witter convoy,
baggage trains coming next. After them
will come tho llttht and heavy camel
corps, then the artillery and the transport
train. The mounted luiuntry ana tne
hussars will bring up the rear. Colonel
Wilson and Major Kitchener will accom
A KliKNCl! TRANSPORT SUNK.
1'AitiH, December 30, 6 a. m. A report
has reached hero that a French transport
with troops from Toulon has been sunk
by a Chinese craiser between Slngaporo
and Saigon. There is great excitement
in tho Ministry ol tno Marine. Tele
graphic Inquiries have been sent in every
direction, und there Is much anxiety.
Preparing for a Hospitable Welcome.
WiiKM.iNG, W. Va., December 80.
There Is Intense excitement In the village
of Fulton, about one mile east of this
city, over reports that the burglars, who
have recently committed a number of
robberies In this city, contemplated a raid
on the residence of one of the wealthy
citizens there. A vigilance committee
was formed late last night, and several
strangers escorted out of town, at the
muzzle of a revolver. Armed guards pa
trolled the place during the night.
The Oklahoma Colontata.
Wichita, Kas., December 30. A num
ber of societies of Oklahoma colonists
arc forming in this section. Private ad
dresses from W. L. Couch, who has suc
ceeded the late Captain Payne in tho
leadership, say that the boomers are iu
force iu camp on the Cimarron Klver, and
are menaced by troops, but purpose hold
ing their ground. Fresh recruits are
joining the colonists dally.
Fatally Shot. '
Fukkman, III., December 80, During
a heated argument last night George Wil
liams, a blacksmith, called Morris Lata, a
lying , when the former drew a re.
volver and shot I.atz In the left side, in
flicting a wound which will prove fatal.
Wiped Out by Fii-e.
Louanspobt, In d., December 80. The
business portion of Scotland, about sixty
miles west of this pluce, has been wiped
out by fire. The loss Is entlmated from
30,000 to 150,000- mostly iusured. Tho
fire was Incendiary.
Portions of a Body Found.
IUcimk, Wis., December R0. tortious
of a body have been discovered ra the
Opera-house ralna, and are proaonoRcd
tho PtiB&hu of either Mr. or Kr. Glover,
m ttrey were found to tba cellar' below ft
room occupied fey thorn.
Hotel Safe Blown!
Bloomincitos, Iu December 80,
Tho wife of Wait' Hotel was burglarized
last night and f 4,800 stolen.
Jkpkkrho.i Citt, Mo., December 80.
Qovornor Crittenden la busily engaged In
preparing his mesKiigo to tho General As
sembly. It will bo about tho sumu length
af the ono prepared two years ugo.
Collapsb of the "Day."
St. Paul, Misn., December 80. Tho
Evening Day ceased to exist this morn
lug, being consolidated with tho Evening
PUpatrh. Captain Castle, is the editor-in-chief.
The name will still be tho Daily
A Ship Load of Fine Horses for Illinois
New York, December 80. Tho steamer
Lake Huron arrived thin morning from
Liverpool, and had on board forty-eight
horses, among which are thirty stallions
and serf nteen mares intended for breed
ing purposes, all bound lor Illinois.
Death of Judge Stephens.
Lawrrnck, Kas., December 80. Nel
son T. Stephens, Judge of tho Fourth
Judicial District for eight years past and
one of tho best known and most influen
tial lawyers in the State, died here last
night in his slxty-Oftit year. Ills death Is
the result of a cerebral homorrhage.
Killed by Hl Little Companion.
Rot'KKORD, III., December 80. Yes
terday a five-year old boy named Frank
Gunluger was attacked by a companion
considerably older, while they were play
ing together, aud the latter, Oscar King,
struck the other a severe blow between
the eyes with a pair of bono clappers.
The. little fellow died.
Bluomingtox, III., December 80. A
report reached this city to-night from
Saybrook that Sergeant Bates, the flag
carrier, had come into the possession of
$13,000 by the death of a wealthy and
eccentric citizen of Philadelphia. Hates
has been living in abject poverty at Say
brook, with a large lamily and broken In
health for some time past.
They Failed to Agree.
Chicago, III., December 30. The
committee on east-bouud rates met at
joint Agent Moore's olilce yesterday,
aud, after a lengthy session, adjourned "
without signing the agreement formu
lated last week for a readjustment 'of
passenger rates. They came to no un
derstanding at all, and joint Agent Moore
said east-bouud rates would in all proba
bility go down to a lower Hgure than
they are now.
Grains and Provisions.
TI KSIMY, DKCKMUKU 30, LSM.
Cottos .Steady ; middling, lov.'olo'.'e.
Fi.ot;u Steady ; XXX to choice, .liu'u3.3'j;
palwuta, U. 'U'aA.M.
Whbat Higher J No. 2 lied, Wcj No. Sited,
Uokn Steady; No. 2 mixed, ZViltXSUc;
No. t white mixed, 3tic.
Oirs Mtvailv; No., 96HfiHo.
Urn Higher; So. 2, 4Ur."K)c.
Toiucco Firm; lugs, common to choice,
$A.0O 10.00 ; leaf, common red luif,?7.50'alo.uu;
medium to good, 1.00117.00.
IU v rrail ie, Jio.ouwl Lib for prime to fancy ;
clovor mixed, ifJ.UO'all.UO for low to choice;
prime timothy, jfltuoalS.uO; fancy, $13.60't6
liUTTEn Steady ; choice to fancy creuinery,
24'fr'A'io; dairy, choice to fancy, 'imtle.
Kouh Dull ; fresh Stock, M'alic.
lVrATOES yulet; demand lUrlit; Eautcrn
Rose, aud I'eerluss, 4wieaoc;Ilurbiuik,feiuijc
Northern fluke, 44c. I'terleo 4.Va47Se;
Koso, 45c; Burbank, 47Xr50c Worm eaten,
fronted, dirty, mixed and otherwise Inferior,
S'rfMc per bushel.
1'okk Active; new mess, f 11.25611.50.
Laki guiet; prime Hteum, B'j'WiSa
Bacon Longs, t!c; ahortu, Jjfr7o; clear
rlbx, jiie; all packed.
Hidks lireen suited easier; dry steady.
Green Suited, So; dumiiged, Cic; branded,
Blc; bulls or ntuns, b'ic; part cured, 7.4c;
green, unciired, 7c; dry flint, He; dimi
aged, l.'lc; kip anil culf-ukln, l:le; bulls
or stags, 10c j dry suited, L2c; damaged, luc;
glue stock, fie.
Siikki' 1'Ki.TS Prime green salted, large
aud lull wooled, 3U'a7uc; dry do do, 40ohjoc.
Wheat Higher; Xo. H Hod. January,
85c; February, "'i; March, s'J'.c; April,
DlSc; Muv. tol ',c; June, We.
Corn Higher; Hecemher, "He; January,
4s.'4c; February, 47,).c; March, 4, ',o; May,
oats Higher; January, 34'4'e; February,
34 ,c;Muy, :i5c.
Wheat Higher; December, 7c; Junn
ary, 76c; February, 7ti.i; Murch, 77,'c;
ooun Weaker; December, 3.V'c; January,
35 '; Feliruary:i5'c; May, SH.S'o.
Oats Meudyj Januury, 25'c; February,
1'okk Higher; January, SIO.RTX; Tebru
ury,$ll.00; Murch, J11.W4 ; May.fll.tttf.
L. ill) Firmer ; January, fti.55; February,
fO.iii; March, $0.76.
shout Kih.s January, 5.07.; February,
$5.00; March, fo.07.4
Live Stock llarket.
Cattle Supply light; shippers not on
crating good light steers, .f4.-.Ma 1.35; butch
erH' cows and heifers, $3.-!.vt:i.7ft.
llous No change to spunk of; market slow
and euHy; mixed packing fur $4.10fo4.'.!5;
Yorkers, $4.00'o4.10; iilgs, $S.2fi3.75.
burner Very few on sale; market firm for
good; common to medium, $l.50.28; fair to
good, $J.503.00; good to choice, f3.i'a4.0U.
Hotis Kecclpts, 34.fKK); nctlvo, firm and So
higher; light, $4.iH)4.a; rough paoklng,
4.00'o4.15; heavy pueklng and Bhlpplng, $4.10
Oatti.R Hecolpts, 2.500; best at rong; com
mon weak; exports, $5.70'a.'0; good to
cholee,Ri."5.5t'; common to fair, $t.O0'B.OO.
liSHKKf Receipts, 1,(M); steady; common
to good, $.,4Ka4.00.
Cattlk Market qttlet with fair demnndj
prices Vo higher on account of light run;
good to choice steers, $4.4()5.15; good to
common steers. $3.7ttt4.25; cow and heifers,
$:l.4044.1fi; market closed steady.
Hiikkp asi Lam ha Market opened active,
closed dull with quotations at laat weeJt't
Hons Market steady and firm with fair
demand; good to choice Yorkora, $4.HAa4.40;
butchers' grades, $4.454.S0; good to oho tee
heavy, $4.50 a 4. (In; market closed steady.
' Oattlr Kncelpts, (12; fellng strong, but
only retail trade, owing to lask of supply.
Hons Keoelttn.7.uo; 6 too tower; lota ol
235 to 300 pounds average, $3.704.15; mainly,
shkM' Receipts, 300; Retire; average 88 te
1)1 pounds, $i.ftot,3.oo.
Money and Stock Market.
NBW YontK, hecemtier 80. Money lea pel
cent.; Governments steady; thrves, 1014.
IMS, coupon s, IK; is, coupons, latf ; 1'aolAa
Da or 'U0, I'M. 8'jcka opened iwHIvii and
higher. The prksea advanced from M to 14
I'tr cent., Itekawanna, Ik Shola, Maw
York tontrui una urnngera Maait(.
In order to make room for our largo spring
stock, wo offer our entire stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits
and Overcoats at 15 per cent, reduction from our already low prices.
Having bought our stock on a depressed market for spot cash, at 50
cents on the dollar, we now oflVr the same at 15 per cent, deduction,
niiikinir our prices on new and desirable goods lower than any clothing1
lionse in Cairo can buy for.
Men's Suits fur $25.50; worth 830.00
Men's Suits for 21.55; worth
Men's Suits for
Men's Suits for
v Men's Suits for
Boys' Suits for
Itoys' Suits for
Boys' Suits for
Men's Overcoats for
Men's Overcoats for .12.75; worth 15.00
Men's Overcoats for 8.50; worth 10.00
This is no hiinibng. Our roods are all mark' d In plain li.rures, troni
which we will cive you a deduction of 1 5 jier cent. Don't miss this op
portunity of savin? from $3.00 to 5 00 on a suit or overcoat. " Hy ex
HiniiiinjT our stock and prices you will heconvinct d of what we a ivei tisc.
We offer yon the advantages of s lectin? from a larire stock new (roods,
and at prices lower than any home in Cairo can se 1 for. We also give
the same inducements on winter underwear.
CHICAGO 0NE-PKIGE CLOTHING HOUSE.
M. WERNER Sc !-'()N, Props.
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
J )EALER IN
Japanned 13orlin and Aato "Ware,
Biul Cages, Batli Tubs, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers;
Ajfent for Adams & Wetlake Oil. Gasoline and Gas tovt-s, Detroit
lafe Co., Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkiu? Cultivators,
Corn Skelters, Planters, Ftc, Etc.
Nos. 27 & 33,
TKLKPIIONK XO. ao. U
Dr. J. A. Bhciman. of 551 Itrosdwa-. Yew York, fumnua for the pntt 35 years fur blaanrretsfu ly meth
od of curing ruptuie without ruigiial i.peiatK n, r now at hi Aire, St. 1 ul. (m be will remain
to treat patlvMs til) ti.o i' Hi ol l)ireniln r. liurlng treatmt nt milent fi.u lahcr It In ut luteif rmtc
with the in re, acd with .afetv from rlrarriilati'd rupture. Ilia book, w'tli likciit a of had ctifua before
and after cure, ta mailed for 10 centa. 1 ni tuber, in bl f.onts, ollias 4W Market airect.
A SitfjnelouH l)o.
An incident in the life of n small,
course policy ilo: was noted with rreut
interest the other day hy residents in
the vicinity of Oakland Station, oh tho
Illinois Central Hailroad. Katiy in the
morning tho dog followed its owner to
the station, and after a vain attempt to
board tho train conveying him to the
city took his (-cat on a bench out Mdo
the wall. There all day tho animal re
mained patiently awaiting his owner's
return. Tho children in tho neighbor
hood remarked tho littlo fellow and
made friends with him, but no coaxing
of theirs could induce him to leave tho
bench. Several sympathetic women
joined their efforts to tho children's,!)!!;,
obtained only such thanks as a dog
could give for their pains, lie held up
his paw to shako to several, looked
wistfully with his largo brown eyes at
all his inquiry for his master, but re
fused to jtiit tho bench. Each train
that passed tho dog mounted on tho
wall and closely scrutinized, and seeing
not tho familiar face he looked for re
sumed his attitude of p'ltient waiting.
Pood and water were taken to him, but
he refused both. Tho afternoon grad
ually narrowed and the dog still waited
and watched, and darkness fell and tho
lake breezes grew chill, still clung to
his post. Diisiness men. not a few of
whom their wives and children had in
terested in the faithful animal, stopped
to pat him, but no inducement could
draw him from tho bench. Late at
night tho dog was still there listening
with wagging tail to t he praise of a roan
who declared he wouldn't take .1U0 for
such a dog.
Tho Itulnnco of Nut tire.
It is risky to disturb tho balance of
nature, for if ono animal is destroyed,
another which it keens in check gains
tho upper hand. Tlio hawks, eagles
and other birds which preyed on tho
Erttirio dog having been destroyed, the
urrowinjj marmot has increased so
enormously that, whole districts in
America threaten to becomo worthless
for tho grazier. Tho gamo preserver
shoots every neeipterino bird, and im
mediately wo hear complaints of a
plague of sparrows and other "ver-"
min," and no sooner are sparrow clubs
in good working order than tho farmer
is impoverished by the increase of in
sects. It is eiually rash to introduce
into new countries the animals strango
to them without at tho same timo im
porting their natural enemies, ns , the
painful history of tho acclimatization of
the rabbit and tho sparrow in Australia
so amply proves. In America tho lat
ter Is becoming far too much at homo.
Naturalized In tlio well-founded liopo
that ho would keep down tho swarms
of insects which, owing to tho exter
mination of native insectivorous birds
near the great cities, jero becoming a
pestilent evil, h has multiplied amaz
ingly, until tho fanners look on his vis
its to tho malzo fields with a dread
which somo experience of his tasto for
Indian ccrn fully luAMlvs.-r-Lvntlun
10 20; worth
$17.00; worth $20.00
An Editor's Tribute.
Thereon 1'. Kcator, Ediu.r of Ft. Wayne,
led., "Gazette," writes1 "For the past live
years have a!sys Used Dr. Kind's New
Discovery, for coiiiIib of mogt aevcre clutr
aclcr, ns well as for those ,f a milder type.
It never fails to effect a speedy cure. My
friends to whom I hivo recommended it
speak of it in tniim high tcrma. Havirg
been cured by it of every couh I have had
for five years, I consider it the only reliable
find sure euro for coughs, cohb, etc." ChII
fit Barclay Bros.' Drug Store and get n Free
Trial Bottle. Large size $1.00. (2)
Advice to Motliers.
Are you disturbed at niht and b' ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth K If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. , Its vttluo is incalculable. It will rc
licve the poor little sufferer Immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It ctnes dysentery and
diiirrhna, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Sootl.ing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tho taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in tho United States,
ami is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Cheap Homes in Arkansts and Texas
Along the lire of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Paciflo Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicent farming and grazing
lands in th world, ranging in price from
$3.00 to $:J00 and $4.00 per acre, in a'
hefclthy country, with climtto unsurpassed
for salubrity nnd comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics ot'erops raised In Arkanras and Texas,
in 1883, and makeup your mind to go nnd
see for yourself when you learn that tho crop
for 18811 is 150 per cent larger than, that of
1883. To those purchasing land owned by
tho Company, and 'paying one-fourth, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed, for money paid forticltetf or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Townskno. Oen'l Puss. At.
St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
Mrs. AMANDA CLAIiliSON, Agunt.
Next Aloximcler Co 3 tank, Hlh St
UrOuoA Stock and Prices HuanoniililB.orf
i&OfiA AAA ,n rr,"(lt Riven away. Sund
fflZUl.UUU e,'M PO'tiwu. "ii ly mail
V-uv)v v .von will B,t fr.o apnoanr,f
irnoilanf lartio vnliiii. Hint will Hurt yon In mrk
that will at on e lirinur yon Iu tummy faidi'rc"
anyllilnii ulsn In Atmirica. All Mmtit the t,
In proaoius with each box. AoMa wanted a
wliuru, of oltlii'T K'X.nr id' anna, for all lhit'mu.
atmri) Hint) only, to work funis at their owrl-bnmi'T.t,
Kort'iuua for all worker iibnolutulyaMnrt'd, lon't '
dular. II. UALLKTT t CO., 1'ofVlanl, Me,
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