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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT TIIK rOST OFKIC IM CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS 6KCOKO-CLAB8 MATTER.
OFFICIAL 1'ArEEOF ALKXANDEK COCNTT.
Krnet II. Thleleoko, Citv Kditor.
Only Morninff Dally in Southern Illinois.
Official Vr ut tlm City of Cairo.
TABER BRO'S Manufacturing Jewelers,
No. 128 Commercial ave., Cairo, 111.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
CilBO. III. .Sept. 2:1. IHSO
Time, Bar. Ther. Hora. Wind. Vel Weather.
I am 30.2:1
7 " So.tf)
10 " ).!
Maximum Temperature. 7J s ; Minimum Tem
perature. 57 s : Rainfall 0.i) Inches.
River 14 feet i inches. Kio 7 inches.
W. H. RAT,
Seri't Signal Corvt. U. b. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in this column, five cent per line, each
The undersigned W1U. on an(i &fter
May 1st, be prepared to turnish our citi
zeng a first rate quality ol ice cream,
equal in every way to that furnished in
Chicasro, made fresh daily, and furnished
in freezer, from one gallon upwards; deliv
ered to any part of the city. This cream is
made by an experienced artist and cannot
tail to give satisfaction on trial. Orders
left at ice house, corner Eighth and Levee,
will receive prompt attention. Will be fur
nished at $1.25 per gallon in quantities from
one gallon upwards. Roueut IIewett,
beitemdeu 7tii to October Otii.
The Illinois Central railroad will sea ex
cursion tickets at crreatlv reduced rates
This is th ,uuw running two daily
"trains. The only lino that runs sleepers
through from Cairo to Cincinnati without
change. J. Johnson, Gen'l Agent
J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent.
A flrot class family horse, sound and
gentle, one of the best in the city, good in
any place, will bo sold at a low figure
Apply to Frank Khatky, Union bakery.
Madame Floyd has opened a day school
at Turner hall, where she hopes to bo pat
ronized. Snecial success assured in mathe
matics, Latin, French and music. Terms
. w lf. but it is rrminrallv w.tir-nH,.,!
that the best placo to buy is at 0. Koch's
shoe store, where always will bo found tho
largest and best stock of custom hand-made
boots and shoes for tho lowe-t prices. We
are daily receiving new goods, and doubt
less carry the largest stock of custom-made
goods in this city, of the best manufacturers.
For bargains call at C. Koch, No. 00 Com
mercial avenue, between 5th and Oth streets.
GARLAND BASE BURNER.
The heaviest and handsomest heating
stove ever offered in this market, for soft
coal, also, same pattern for hard coal, a
favorite with all who have tried them. New
arrivals of everv variety ot stoves for the
fall trade aro rolling in every day. Last
but not least tho celebrated Charter Oak
Cook Stoves. C. W. Henderson,
194 Commercial Avenue.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salvo in tho world for cuts,
bruises, tores, ulsers. salt rheum, lever sores,
tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds ot skin eruptions, inis salve is
guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction in
..Ann rm MmuiO ruin m lud T'pin 9.
Cents per dox. ror saie oy ueo. u uaka
BRICK LAYERS WANTED.
A number ot first-class bricklayers can
obtain employment at good wages by an-
nlyinfit to Henry Stout, corner Second
street and Commercial avenue.
' FOR SALE.
The "Burnside property" on corner south
east corner Seventh and Jefferson avenue.
House has eight rooms and kitchen. Good
cellar, wood-shed and cistern. Four lots.
reasonable. M. J. Rowley,
Real Estate Agent.
Vir Concordia. Bolivar county, Missis-
aiDDi. I have 1,500 acres otianu in cotton
anJ nnrn tn lie nicked and llOURCd. TO OC-
oommodi white and' colored laborers I
fr.m-h0uses with brick, firo
olacea in each, with berths and mattresses
hi each house, sufficient to accommodate a
large number of laborers. The limiso fr
k?. will lu cnaritcd from those for
stored laborer!. The highest price will bo
paid for good hands. Wm. M. Bledoe.
'"', a... 1 nnn rmn Howe scales sold. Bor
4en, 8ellock&CO.lRgonts, St. Louli, Mo.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY
THE CD. BENEFIT.
The citizens of Cairo having tendered
benefit to the Comiquo Band, to take place
next Friday night, 24th instant, hcke ts
have been place on sale with Louis Her
bert, John Keohlor, Mike O'Donnell, Rich
ard Fitzgerald, Patrick Fitztrerald, Rob t
Stewart, the New York Store, P. II. Schuh,
Elmer Cominings, Fred.Birchman, Lo"" C.
Herbert, A. T. DeBaun, Dan Fitzgerald,
the Planters House, R. Smyth & Co., Her
man Meyer, Peter 8aup, St. James Hotel,
Nick Monco and I. Farnbaker. Pri 3 ot
tickets, 50 cts.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
Notice In these column, ten wots per lln-,
each tnnertlon. Marked
The Reform club meets to night.
Judge narkerwas in the city yester
day. Mr. Judson Penny, after an absence of
several weeks, has returned to this city.
"Between the acts" cigarettes, whole
sale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
A cow, the property of Mrs. Sticker
who resides on Sixteenth street, died yes
terday. All the criminal business hav'ig b 'n
disposed of, the civil docket will be taken
up in the Circuit Court to-day.
Hon. S. P. Wheeler will make several
speeches in the interest of good govern
ment during the present campaign.
Although the city was full of strangers
yesterday, no disturbances of any kind oc
Cupid has been at work up town dur
inc the nast few months, as a result four
heaits will beat as two after next week.
xVn excursion train will leave for
Charleston at 8 o'clock th'S morning for
the accommodation of those who desire to
attend the fair.
Mr. Milland F. Rushing, of Anna
connected with the Southern Illinois Advo
cate, was in town yesterday, and honored
us with a visit.
Miss Cynthia Lutl ell, of this city has
accepted a position as Supervisor at the
Illinois deaf mute . institute. She will
leave for Jacksonville Monday.
Chief of Police Robinson, who has
been ill for several days, and who has dur
ing that time b en'Confined to his home in
Elco, has sufficiently recovered to again re
sume his duties.
The benefit given to the Comique band
last niht was a glorious success. The haU
was filled with an eager crowd and the per
formauce was, as usual, excellent. As
result of this success the boys of the ban
will soon appear on our streets in colors
One of our police officers, who has no
music m ins soul, yesterday arresteu a
banjo picker while ho was entertaining
mixed crowd of sovereigns at tho corner of
Sixth street and Commercial avenue in
style peculiarly his own. He was brought
betore Judge Olmsted, proven guilty ot
disorderly conduct, rid fined the usual
At about five o'clock yesterday morn;
g when tho hired girl of Mr. C. Ilanuy
entered his residence on the corner of
Eighteenth street and Washington avenue,
she found a man standing in the kitchen.
Supposing him to be Mr. Hanny, she addres
sed him, but without replying the fellow
jumped out of a back window, lie was a
thief, who had, apparently, just gained ad
mittanco to the house
Vt. Albert 1 nomas, coioreu, u uuutu ui
Manchester, England, arrived in Cairo, yes-
terday, and will remain here to-day and to-
morrow, lie tiustno power oi suspenuing
the circulation of the blood, changing the
seat of his heart, stomach and viscera at
will. He exhibits a letter from Dr. J. A.
Sandrum, of Mayfield, Ky., dated the 10th
lost., which pronounces him one of the
most remarkable anatomical and physio
logical curiosities ot tho age.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union held quite an interesting meeting in
the Reform hall yesterday afternoon--trans
acting considerable business. Paducah's
great temperance orator, Capt. Clark, being
present, ho enterta'ued tho ladies with an
excellent talk of about half an hour's du
ration which bristled with many new facts.
The'Captain's eflort was highly appreciated
as was evinced by the frequent applause ho
A certain gentleman, wlio desired to
lm.)rovo tho physical condition of tho hu-
I 1 -
man roco, arriveu in mis tuy u iw uuys
ago with a case of medicine of his own
make, which ho yesterday offered for sale
to tho county people in town, in quantities
to suit their "pilo." But ho having failed
to procuro tho necessary licenso for hum
bugs Ing tho people, Chief Robinson inter
f ered and forced htm to move on and out of
town ere ho had disposed ot even ono hot
tlo of his "oil of life."
Tho Democrats of tho Eighteenth cor.
gressional district aro now thoroughly alive
to the interests ot tho peoplo and will
surely elect Mr. Hartzell by a very hand
aomo maiority. Under tho leadership of
Hon. Wm. II. Green tho campaigu has
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ra8UIu . m ! i ,
ivelv carried on. Meetings will be held In
every precinct in each of tho ten counties
a,j tho following able gentlemen have sig
nifiej a willingness to address tho people
Hons. R. W. Townscnd, Samuel S. Marshall,
Wm. B. Anderson, F. M. Younghlood, Jno.
II. Oborly, 8. P. Wheeler, W. W. Burr, F.
E. Albright, Jesse Ware, i). T. Llncgar,
Geo. W. Hill, Wm. J. Allen, Wm. Hartzell
"Between the acts" cigarettes, wholo-
ale and retail, at F. Korsmeyer's.
Invitations have been sent out to tho
wedding oi,Miss Maggio Loflin of this city
and Mr. II. Lotlin, of Metropolis, Ills.
which will bo celebrated on next Wednes
A disease seems to have sprung up
among cows in this city which proves fatal
in nearly all cases. Quite a number of
them have died and been hauld away end
other carcasses are lying around in the
weeds back of tho Mississippi levee. Some
of those who have mysteriously lost cows
may find an explanation of the mystery by
.ooking up the dead ones.
The street committee, which met in
tho council chamber Tuesday afternoon,
agreed to give the gravel, to bo found up
the Cairo and Vincenncs road, a trial on
our streets. It is reported to be of good
quality and if found satisfactory, a sufficient
amount will, at once, be procured to cover
Eighth street. The committee decided to
place the gravel on tho street without wr.t
All of which is wise under
As was seen from the names published
in yesterday's Bulletin quite a number of
our citizens have ag.eed to adopt the tele
phone in their places of busm" 's and resi
dences. It is desirable that as many peoplo
should adopt it as possible, for the more
wires that are stretched the more extensive
will be the communication, and the greater
will bo the benefit derived from the instru
ment by all concerned.
Barnum made Cairo lively yesterday
all day and part of tho night. His circus
came in from Centralia early in the morn
ing, and although the weather was bad the
town was full of people. 1 here were pec
pie of all sizes, shapes, sexes and colors,
who came from ill around us. The tro:rs
were all full, the transfer boats ditto, the
ferryboat was crowded at each trip, and
our streets were tull ot farmers wagons
loaded with produce and children. The
great Barnum took everything iu, and no
doubt departed with a snug sum ot money.
On last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schultze boarded the Illinois Central train
for Jonesboro, taking their one-year-old I
child with them. As the train ucared the
station the child became uneasy, and Miss
Emma Lohr, who had accompanied the
family, picked up the child and tried to
quiet it by carrying it up and down the
car in her arms. But as
she walked along she stumbled
over something in the isle, and in falling to
the floor one of tho child's legs were broken
above tho knee. It was not until tho next
day that it was ascertained, end then D
Wardner was at once sent for, who set the
limb. Mrs. Selmltzj in still in Jonesborn
with the child, and will remain there until
the child is entirely out of danger. We
regret to hear of the accident, as will a
large circle of the family's friends
Dr. C. W. Dunning was sent for yes
terday by Dr. Bass, of Ballard county, Ky.,
to assist in the treatment ot Mr. Grundy
Bryant, who is alllicted with hydrophobia
in its first stages. The case appears to be
a dangerous one, though some hopes aro
entertained for the patient's recovery. Mr.
Bryant was bitten in the cheek some three
weeks ago by a dog that was fighting with
his own dog, and with which he interfered.
He immediately applied a madstone, and
tho wound caused him no inconvenience
until a few days ogo, when he was taken
with spasms, and has since become worse.
At the sight of water he is thrown into
convulsions, yet be in full possession of his
senses, and believes that he will live
through the ordeal all right. Dr. Dunning
had not returned yesterday evening, and
we have no advices as to the state of Mr,
A pamphlet made its appearance on
our table lately much alter the manner of
the annonymous letter denouncing the edi
tor in the severest terms i. e., silently,
stealthily, without sign of its origin or
agent. The title of it is "Water Pollution,
a discussion of the dangers to health and
life from contaminations of surtace, im-
nounded and dug-well waters and a remedy
for the evils of the present water supply
systems proposed." We considered that to
be a titlo page pregnant, and we forthwith
began to try to find out exactly what that
interesting condition might signify. Water
pollution is a great nnd vital subject ; water
polluted will wreak a terrible vengeance on
those who permit it to be defiled. All tho
horrifying consequences of bad water are
Bet forth by Mr. Nelson Green. One reads
it and almost wishes that nothing but good
beer and whisky could bo tound to drink,
Ono realizes for tho first timo holders. But ala9 for human hopes! Not
how dangerous and pernicious is the withstanding ho had ceased to uso "anti-
habit of drinking water, provided tho water
bo obtained from a well, spring, river or
cistein. The only water endorsed by this
pamphlet is tho water obtained by Mr.
Green's "Patient American driven well.'
Now you begin to sue what Mr. Green is
driving at. He has wells for salo. But he
don't sell any kind of wells but driven well
and ho don't endorse any other wells
whatever not even J. Madden. Mr. Green's
plan h to take a wetland drive it into tho
ground as deep as it may bo necessary to
find a cool placo; then tlo tho well up to a
tree and let it stay there; then collect his
bill and go on and look for another well-to-
do farmer. Green tlon t believe in polln
tions; or In cisterns; or in hydrants; he
banks on wells. All's well that ends well
with him. He has his patent all he wants
is enough water to turn. Green Is a driving
In the Circuit Court yesterday a'l tho
criminal cases on tho docket were disposed
of but ono, and that will havo tho atten
tion of the court this morning. Reuben
Joties, lor stealing a watch, was fined ten
dollars and given ten days in tho county (
jail. Mrs. Gilson, who stood accused ot
tho murder of her husband, secured Her
liberty by tho State's Attorney annulling
tho caso on account of a lack of evidence
against her to warrant prosecution. She is
tho woman whose husbaud was found dead
in a well on her premises. Jack Breen,
tho defaulting treasurer of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians, was also given hjs
liberty, he having previously secured his
bondsmen against loss. Isaac Wilson, the
negro who was arrested several weeks ago
fo;8tealing Clgar3 froia Mr. john Kochler,
was sentenced to imprisonment in tho pent
tcntiaty for one year at hard manual labor.
The caso of John Fisher, charged with
"malicious mischief" for 6tnrting an engine
up the Cairo & Vincenncs Railroad Com
pany's track at Fourth street, and then
jumping off, will be called this morning.
-Wo have of late noticed a disposition
on the part ot our lean citizens to tantalize
our wm 01 pruporuuiw. peei-
iy iiavu wu iu our uiiuub
one particular citizen ot our s, (not
Chas. Pfifferlingl who largely "lays over"
all others in 6izo and shapeliness
and who has been the butt of.
those lean men who cast sheep's
eyes full of envy at all whose rotundity
has assumed respectable dimensions, t "id
this conduct of our lean men reminds us
wo aro not in the habit of being of boring
our readers with reminders, but will do so
tor once reminds us ot an occurrence re
lated to us many years ago. It was some
what as follows: In tho
course of time, by the daily imbibi
tion of considerable quantities of excellent
lager beer, and by the constant exercise of
a natural faculty of risibility, ono Mr.
Shortshop contrived to get up a magnifi
cent corporeal ponderosity; in fact Mr.
Shortstop's corpulency assumed such a
luxuriant tone that it seriously inconven
ienced him. So long as he was reasonably
nnd deoentlv fat he didn't mind it he
ther cnj0yed its but when his rotundity
began to assume tho dimensions of a large
balloon it became a source of unhapp'-icss.
Things grew to such a pitch that he couldn't
stoor) down to button his shoe without
being forced to the disagreeablo neces
sity ot turning a 6omereauit. as
for trying to climb over the fence or walk
up a flight of stairs, it was sheer madness
to think of such things. What pained
Mr. Shortstor) most, however, was the un
pleasant notoriety that his fleshiness gain-
J 1 ... A1.ii .l'.I.Bni(...l Vi.rl,t flAI
"There goes the fat man," "that's old Dan
Lambert," "look at the old beer barrel,"
were some of the compliments showered up
on him while waddling along the thorough-
tares. Then his friends and his wife and
children would poke fun at him and ask
him when he intended to "blow up and
burst," and whether it was a camel or an
elephant that he had swallowed, and other
little remarks not calculated to soothe a
tortured man. And then the warm weath
er would grab man and cause him to per-
sp;re anJ welter Pr0UUli until finally his
very existence became a burden. Ouc day
when he was Bitting at home read
ing the newspaper and wishing all the
while that he was a-bean pole or a knit
ting needle, while three of his offspring
were fanniim him on as many sides all at
onC(J( hJs 8U,idenly fell upon a para
graph, the persual of which caused him to
get up ami, after an insane attempt to pop
his heels together, slap his wite on the
back, as he screamed, "I have got it! I'm
saved, I'm saved!" and rolled out of the
house. Just what Mr. Shortstop had, and
how he expected to be saved, were maters
0f serious perplexity to the remainder of
the family, who had a strong suspicion that
hu had gone crazy. But when he returned
it was all explained. Ho brought with him
a package of "Anti-fat" and after ho had
taken a few doses lie was more than usual
iy enthusiastic in his family prayers that
nAt. Mr. Shortstop went about in
better spirits the next day than ho had
t f0lt for a long time. Ho felt encouraged;
ho felt that salvation was nigh. From
jay to day he perseveringly continued
to use the preparation, and from day to day
he was made happy by a marked decrease
in hia size. His friends, too, perceived tho
difference and congratulated him. Finally
Mr. Shortstop concluded that he had wast
ed away enough and so he discontinued the
use of the medicine. Ho was then of a
beautiful size, tho admiration of all bo-
fat" ho still continued to decrease in sizo,
until at last his condition was one of phono.
monal leanness. When ho ate they had to
pad newspapers and blankets around him to
keep his tood from being wasted, and it
was impossiMo for him to cast a shadow
without putting on at least a half dozen
overcoats. Mr. Shortstop, in fact, showed
up remarkably as an extremist; ho was ono
of tho most noted extremists of his day.
Nothing could be dono for tho unfortunato
man; ho continued to dwindle until finally
you could read a nonpareil paragraph
through him by moonlight. Tho last years
of his life were spent in a vain search for
anti-lean, and had he lived uutil tho pre
sent day he would have found it in tho Bal-
onlywater beer, sold oqy Chas. Ptlllurling
This Space is Reserved for
A. MAEX, the Clothier,
Whose Advertisement will Appear
in a few days.
BY AN API'KECIATIVE KEAOEH OF lllh
You are a Godsend to Cairo 'n your agi
tation of her greatest necessities. Surely
every Interested citizen must agree with
you in most, if not all, of your suggestions.
The drive-well at the park is badly needed,
especially on those occasions when hun
dreds of visitors aro there and all clamor-
i , 11 A 1. ,.,.A
ous lor water, w e migiu m leust n1
them that inducement to come to Cairo.
More comfortable, cheap houses for re it
arc another great necessity. It is a shame
tliat we can not find shelter for those who
desire to make their homes here. Some ot
tho tew houses for rent are vnfit for habi
tation, yet they commnd good prices.
Cheap, small buildings are greatly !i de
mand, and would certainly be a good in
vestment for any person of mesns.
Then again you mention the street cars,
which is an especial "hobby" of in'ne,
and has been tor yei"s. Nothing could
bo of more advantage to Cairo
than havj them. Nothing
could d'splny her b' st qua'i.'es more fa
vorably. Thousands of people who pass
through the placo by rail, or stop off ot
steamers and walk arovnd a few bliKks
near the depot, have no view of the size and
beauty Jot the place. They see nice busi
ness buildings, some wretched little hovels
and that filthy, disg.acetul "railroad strip"
and that is what they call Cairo.
Thty havo neither desire, strength or
time to walk out hto the city and sec its
pleasmt homes, nice gardens and better
clas3 of houses. Sworn testimony wouldn't
make them believe in tho oxistance of such
elegant residences as beloug to Capt. W. P.
HalliJay, and his brothers up town, or the
lovely home of Mr. Gilbert, in the Bamo
neighborhood. And were we rash enough
to attempt a description of Mr. Charles
Galigher's mansion, we would be considered
raving maniacs. Now this is nil w.ong;
and could bo greatly improved by the
street car system. Strangers vvlth
a few hours leasuro would ride
over tho city, where they could see some
thin" besides fish stalls and saloons.
Streets, which they imagine "jump off"
into stagnant ponds, would open up on the
sight of strangers like a garden, and wind
up their course beneath the beautiful foliage
of cultivated shade trees. Had we street
cars, the best und highest grounds of the
place would be dotted over in a short time
with houses, ond no ono would dread liv
ing "up-towa" if there were conveyance
back and forth.
Let me add that Cairo needs one more
improvement, and that is, an overhauling
of the outside of tho court-house and its
grounds. Sj mny peoplo judge a city by
its court-house, Did if we are so judged, it
is hard on us. Tho house itself is good
enough, but it stands sadly in need of a
coat ot paint. The g.'ounds, which might
havo been beiutifully shaded and sodded
by this time, aro a disgrace to the city;
and ought either to be improved, or havo a
high board tenco all 'round to hide them
Tho drive-well in front, which is a blessing
to man arid beast, is also a blmnish to tho
sight. It is generally surrounded by largo
mud-holes, whero tho hogs roll by tlio
hour, and come out tho most absolutely
disgusting objects on earth. A very little
money would Bet the court-house's affairs
right, end I believe it would pay to havo
So, please, Mr. Editor, continuo to uso
your influence for tho good of Cairo.
At about five o'clock yertcrday even
ing tho Comiquo band, while- on tho balcony
in front of tho Comiquo ball, abundantly
supplied a largo crowd of attentive listeners
with a raro article of "iood of love." in
other words, it played a number of choice
Married and yet unhappy. How many
a homo has been robbed of sunshine and
lianniness and rendered sad and dcsoluto
by tho loss of dear and petted child. This
is a dangerous season for children, and pa
rents should keep Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
handy. Price 23 cents a bottle.
Barnum has come and gone but that by
no means closes the amusements fr this
wi-tk. Like the giver of the feast, who re
serves the best wine until the last, so far
time has favored the peoplo of Cairo this
week and reserved the best entertainment
for the last night, when, for tho first time
in a number of years, and perhaps uot again
in the years to come, all will have an op
portunity to attend a concert by the cele
brated "Bergers" and their new company,
comprising twelve star performers. Among
them we will see Mr, Charles W. Brewtter,
the renowned ventriloquial, humorist, and
his funny Manikin family; Miss Etta Mor
gan, the beautiful Saxophone soloist, and
Mr. Charles Duncan, America's great comic
vocaliot. To secure good seats the house
is always crowded go to Daniel Hartman's
to-day and buy reserves. There is no other
way, and delays, it notjdangerous, arc uncer
tain. FOR RENT.
Furnished rooms in a good locality, tO'i
or without board. Apply southeast corner
Eleventh and Walnut streets, second door.
Saturday, Sept. 25th.
Their New Company.
Most Attractive nnd
torioiH EnterUimiR'tit in
Embracing the Following Pre-Emi-Hunt
Mr. CHAS. W. BREWSTER
Tnc WorldXiri'Htent Vviilriluquiul llumorit, with
tho fuuuit'nt family of wooden beaded Man
ikin on Kfirtli.
Mis ETTA MORGAN
Tlio Kuuownud nnd Kirxt Lndv Saxophones Sololn
in tuu World.
Mr. t'luis. H. Knncan
America'! (iruaiunt Comic Vocallet and Dialect
Miss Cora FERRIS
Tho AccompliKlied and I'liwina Mozze-Soprano.
Mr. A. M. HOLBROOK
Tho Eminent C'ornvt Virtuose, wuo'n wondurfu
licrlunmiticcK have twined bim repu
tu'.lnn ancond to nonu,
A Full Military Hru llnnrt in Homc-ona and K
potimve Hritlih Milimrv Uniform, muler tho Irudvr
ihlp of l'rof. J, 11. Sullivan, uf Hew Wk. Uratid
Pnradi' ut U a o'clock p. m. on day of exhibition
TH'KKTH 5 cent i Iteierved Heat, 75 centl
Tlcketa can he Hecurcd 111 advance, without estrl
clinrttc.ut llartmuo I.
boor open ut 7 Tho Borscra at
(iflo. A. 8awln, Rcproaeuttttlve Aum.
I havo been greatly troubled with n;
kidneys and liver for over twenty yeai
and during that entire timo I was ncv
free from pain. My medical bills w(
enormous, and I visited both tho Hot a
White Springs, noted for the curative qui
tics of the water. I am happy to say I
now a well man, and entirely as tho rci
of Warner's Sale Kidney and Liver C'
Not only this, but my little daughter
been cured of St. Vitus' danco by "Wan
Safe Nervine, which I always keep in
family. With such glorious results J
only too glad to testify regarding tho n
dies which havo made mo so happy.
Rev. P. F. MawkU
Coal Run Crossing, Ark. :