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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 24. 1SP8
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect jour PREMISES. We have a large
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
BKOMO CHLORALUM, GLRONDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
I J' I 1 1 1
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUB CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O- O. PATlElt & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth ltreet
J-L E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
ttb St root, between Com'l Art), aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMUIflTION.
tiafea Besatred. All Kindt ol Ken Made.
fit. B. SMITH.
KOBKRT A. HUTU.
Grand Central Store.
CAIRO. - - ILL.
N. B. Thistlewood & Bro.
GRAIN SACKS and TWINE.
NO. 80 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - Illinois.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full line of all the Ittteit. neweet color,
and quality, and beet manufacture.
OAHPKT DKPARTMKN l
Bodr Bruu.eln, Tipcetries, Ingram!, Oil
Clothe, &- Ac.
Clothing and Bents' Furnishing
THie D partmen occupiei a full floor and
la compluie lu all reopecla. (ioodn are
guaranteed ol latent etjrle and beat ma
terial. Bottom Prices and First-class Goods I
Cairo & St. Louis Packet.
Tbe palatial Anchor Line steamer
Will eave Cairo every Sal'irdar and Tueeday even
log at 6 o'clock, giving Cairo a dally boat lorbt.
For particular! a rates, etc., apply to Cant.
Tboi . W. Kbleld", Ouneral Agent, or Kol A . Sliver,
Cairo Ac New Madrid Pocket.
The flue panel) gor and freight steamer
will leava Cairo every Monday, Wadnetday and
-tr- - r rs t
74 OHIO LEVEE
and Cor. 8tli & Wash. Ave.
The Daily Bulletin.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in weae commna, ten cent per line.
ach Insertion and whether marked or not, it calru
laled to foward anr man's buelnees interest are
Mr. A. W. Pvatt and family are in the
city, having arrived here from Kansas City
Mrs. Jno. Antrim and daughter, Mrs.
Haynes, returned yesterday from their little
pleasure trip to Du Quoin.
The churches where services were held
Sunday were visited by very fair audiences
in spite of warm weather.
Gentleman, you can save money by
wearing the James Means 3.00 shoe. For
sale only by Hay thorn & Sloo. 3t
It transpires now that the name of the
would-be incendiary at Columbus is Wm.
Johnson, who formerly sold fish in Mound
The steamer Will S. Hays is now on
the Ways at Mound City, being changed
into a cotton carrier by having her cabin
guards taken off.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pare pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
Messrs. Paul II. Schuh, Jno. Frye,
Fred. Ilaas and several other young gentle
men who spent a week at Dixon Springs,
In special locals this morning appears a
notice of two houses tor sale by L. II. My
ers. The nouses are new, very complete in
every respect and contain ten rooms each.
A boy baby born unto Mr. Frank Cas-
sidy Sunday night died after living only
one hour from the timo ot birth. The fun
eral of the little one took place yesterday.
Commencing to-day the Illinois Cen
tral It. R. will run an extra sleeper from
Cairo to Chicago daily on train leaviug at
3 :50 p. m. This car is put on for the special
benefit of travel from Cairo.
The Religio-Philosophical Journal,
published in Chicago, says in its issue of
Saturday: "Mrs. Amarala Martin, of Cairo,
has developed very fine healing powers ol
late, and is doing much good work."
Responding to the "old ticket," a cor
respondent of the Decatur Review exclaims:
There is music in the words; there is right
eousness in the phrase; there is glory in
the sentence and honecty in every letter.
Bank checks made to order, bound in
books, $4.00 per thousand, at The Bulle
tin office. Perforating 25 to 50c, number,
ing 1.00 per thousand extra. Linen or reg
ular folio paper. Call and see samples of
paper or checks. tf
A colored base-ball club of Paducah
was to have come down on the steamer
Fowler Sunday to play a match game with
The Halliday nine, a colored club of this
city; but the Paducah club failed to ap
-There was no excursion up the Ohio
on the steamer Three States Sunday night
because of sickness in the family of Eno
gineer Cassidy. Quite a number of people
were ready to go and the excursion would
certainly have been a success.
In addition to the fine display of "silj
ver, gold and precious stones" in the win
dow ot Jno. A. Miller's jewelry store, there
are a number of photographs of the beauti
ful Bcenery 'round about Dixon Springs
that are worth Btudying, tf
Rev. Hoffman, editor of the Indepen
dent at Bloomington, and who figured
prominently in an ugly scandal a short
time ago, was ,horse-whipped on Saturday,
by a woman who iBsumed that she had
been made the subject of an item intended
to be humorous.
They have begun to make ice cream
from a white clay. But the Cairo young
man need not on this account, becomo prej
udiced against all ice cream, to the serious
inconvenience ol the Cairo young lady.
Cairo icecroam is made only ot the purest
cream with not a tincture of hydrogen, the
freshest eggs, tbe very essence of sacharinu
and frozen with pure distilled-water ice.
It is healthy, delicious; it cools tho body
a id warms the affections into lito and ac
tion. (Cairo young ladios many cut out
the above and paste it into their young
gentlemen friends' hats.)
Charleston Courier: 'The crop pros
pocts of this county, from all reports are
tar more flattering than was expected
would b tho case a month or so ago. In
the Wolf Island country, back of No. 0,
and along tho river generally, a good aver
age crop is looked for."
Quite a number of girls from Iowa and
Minnesota have filed applications for land
in Dakota and evade the "actual settler''
part of the business by spending a night or
two every month in little shanties erected
on their claims. And yet SurgoonGeneral
Hammond contends that women have rot
the commercial spirit like men!
Mr. ' Catfish Johnnie" has "cleaned
out" the Chicago house in his "block" on
Ohio levee, and in anticipation of having
soon to bear the infliction of a new side
walk in front of his row, will prepare for
the calamity by putting a new French-
plate front in this house. He is determined
to keep up with the improvements in prog
ress or to be made in his immediate vicin
ity. The telegraph operators aro confident
of the successful outcome of their strike.
They appear to bo determined and are gain
ing rather than losing ground. The con
flicting reports that are sent out do not fur
nish spectators much foundation for stfe
conclusions; but on general principles the
brotherhood hold the best hand, and ate
likely to secure valuable concessions, if not
all they demand, providing they do not
A colored woman named Fountain,
perhaps better known as "Aunt Mary,"
living in the barracks near the Mississippi
levee, has for some time been prostrated
with paralysis. One side and her tongue is
entirely helpless; she can neither move nor
speak. She has been compelled to depend
upon neighbors for food and it is said this
is often appropriated by her two big boys
who are worthless vagabonds. She is a fit
subject for public charity.
Ladies will find it will pay not to fol
low too closely in their dress the vagaries
of fashion. At St. Paul, Minn., Julia
Crockclt sued the Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway for injury she sustained by falling
between the cars and platform. The rail
way declared the fall was owing to the
lady's pull-back dress. Judge Miller ruled
that the evidence was. admisssible and the
point well taken, saying that certain dresses
were not proper at certain times and places,
as for example a ball costume in a baggage
While several men were amusing them
selves in testing tho strength of their limbs '
Sunday in a jumping contest in front ot
Mr. Louis Herbert's saloon, a tramp giving
his name as Jim Don all, but generally call
ed "Red, the blacksmith," went into the
saloon and took an alapaca coat belonging
to ono of the party and made away with it.
Officer Mahanny arrest Jim and took him to
jail. Yesterday the coat was found in a negro
den on Fifth street, where Jim had sold it
for 40 cents. Jim was yesterday charged
with vagrancy and fined one hundred dol
lars and costs by Magistrate Comings. He
is in jail.
Father O'Harran, bishop of the Catho
Jlc church of Wilkcsbarre, Pennsylvauia,
has forbidden banging the hair, to the girls
of his parish, and it is expected that the
bishop will extend the prohibition to all
congregations iu his diocese. Father O'Har
ran is right, and, if he will now prohibit
tight lacing ami Mother Hubbard dresses,
and the aligatoi swing and dying angle
worm twist in walking, and cold feet at
bed-time, and fine and antidote for twenty
seven dollar spring bonnets, and manage to
cover up the short-comings of the present
style of little girls' dresses, he will go down
to posterity as the greatest benetactor to
suffering humanity of his age.
The increase of exports of breadstuff
for the fiscal year ending June 30 was con
tinual throughout the year. For the month
of June, which closed tho fiscal year, the
value of exports was $11,543,030 In 1883
against $11,270,120 same month last year.
For six months tuding the same time 1883
the value was $85,148,935, against $04,
856,930 same period last year. For tho
year tho value was $202,07l,J91,
against $177,001,383 last year. This shows
an increase of nearly $20,000,000 for the
Ureal year 1883 over that of 1882. The in
crease was mainly in wheat and flour.
There was a slight falling off in corn and
Sorno writer on the Bloomington Bul
letin who is very evidenly not Mr. Oherly,
nor yet anyone who is thoroughly p()Htud
concerning the subject of his discourse, has
penned the following for Sunday's issuoof
that paper: "Cairo, Illinois, being apprised
of the advent of cholera in Egypt, got up
an entertainment hist week Hiid culled it
an earthquake. Just now, Cairo, Illinois
is full ot green scum, and it was probably
a premonitory ague lit that its citizuns took
for an earthquake. If that Egypt across tho
briny deep wants to keep its Cairo ahead
of the eternally dyked and darned capital
of the ironically christened laud of pon,y
of Illinois, theso will havo to ho tt scourge
that will heat the chills. Even the vphiux
would shake at the muddy nnufJuutice of
the Mississippi and Ohio, and tho mum
mles In tho catacombs would shiver, whilo
the golden dishes of the gods and kings
would rattlo dismally, if they wero to be
iutroducod to the spirit of ague that hovers
over our western Cairo." The truth is that
'just now" there is not a drop of water
within our leveos, except what is in cisterns
and other reservoir and there is not a sign
of aguo or fever or mud in the city, cither.
Tho writer of tho above item would very
evidently rather bo deemed "smart" than
truthful, and ho may rest assured that his
ambition in this respect will not bo disap
pointed if ho rights it out on this lino for
any length of timo.
Tho littlotown of Brooklyn, just below
Paducah, on this side, sustained a heavy
fire Sunday morning early. Three build
ings wero destroyed, one was a saw mill,
the other a store and the third a dwelling
house. Tho store was of brick, containing
g-ocenes and dry goods, and owned by
Mrs. McCauley. The origin of tho fire is
not known; tho loss is estimated at be
tween filteen and eighteen thousand dol
lars. The Paducah fire department came
down the Kentucky sidu to a point opposite
the (ire, and did all it could to quench the
flames; but persona who were present and
witnessed the whole thing say that the river
mterlerrcd somewhat with the efficiency of
the tire company's work.
The cholera epidemic in Egypt, which,
though a terrible eaUmity to that country,
is expected to benefit our fanners consider
ably in checking the receipts of wheat from
India and making English markets more
dependent upon us for their supplies. As
the prices of our products have been
brought down by the recent break to the
exporting basis, it is expected that our for
eign trade will soon revive and bring with
it the usual increase of wealth. The recent
dry weather is said to h ive been very bene
ficial to our corn crop, But in this county
the flood did considerable damage to crop.
From a number of gentlemen from up the
country yesterday we learned that upon the
farms owned by the McClure brothers alone
the loss iu crops will rech fifteen thousand
Judge R binson convene 1 county 'court
yesterday morning and disposed of several
cases of minor import ince. Henry Church
fie'.d, a youthful darkey who stole $5 from
Mr. Frank Carle and who had been occo
before discharged because of some irregu
larity in the papers in his case, was again
up betore the court and was this time sen
tenced to pay a fine of ten dollars and costs
and to confinement in the county j -til for
ono day. Jno. Humphrey, a white boy
charged with the theft of a gun from Mr.
R. Hebsacker, received the same sentence
as Churchueld. Court then adjourned over
until Monday the 30th instant, wheu the
Eighth Btreet assessments will probably be
considered, and a com mission bo appointed
to assess tho benefits of the improvements
that are now being estimited upon by
Messrs. Devore and Easterday.
Yesterday Chief Myers notified all
lumberyard men, secondhand dealers and
hotel keepers, that they must pay the li
cence provided for by the city ordinances,
within a specified timo. Heretofore sec
ond-hand dealers have been overlooked in
this respect, and with the nnglc exception
of The Halliday, tho hotels and boarding
homes in the city have also been permitted
to do business free of charge by the city.
Sections 61 and 03 of chapter 9 are very ex
plicit iu regard to public eating places of
any kind and fix the amount at $10 per an
num. There are about a doaen hotels in
the city that ought to piy the license and
can do so, and these have been notified. Of
second hand dealers there are three or four
who will each be called upon to fork over
$'j0 for the privilege of doing business fur
one year. Ot lumber merchants there is a
like number, who will pay $10 per annum.
The driver of ono ol Mr. Charles Gali-
gher's teams, named Dennis Coleman, was
going down tho levee toward tho wharf-
boat, on top of a load of bran yesterday
morning, and in crossing over one of the
chains holding tho upper end of the w harf-
boat to the shore, tho wagon loBt its bal
ance and turned over, throwing Coleman
down upon the stone-paved bank and piling
several sacks of brank on top ot him. Tho
wagou righted itself and tho horses, being
frightened dashed onto the stago furiously
and would very probably have gone
through tho wharf-boat into tho river and
drowned, had not a darkey employed on
tho wharf-boat run forward at considera
bly peril to himself and stopped them be
fore they had gone far. Coleman was re
lieved from his uncomfortable position as
oon as possible and, though ho w as able to
walk, it was evident that ho had received
injuiies that may prove serious and lay him
up for a while,
It will be of interest to Lusiness men
to know that, by a decision of Judgo An
thony, of tho superior court of Chicago, a
commercial agency is held responsible to a
certain extent for losses sustained by mer
chants in cases whero they credited persons
reported to bo solvent and trustworthy by
such commercial agency. Tho case whs
one h which a firm sued another for having
made false rcpresentacions to R. G. Dunn
& Co,, and thero was verdict and judpiunnt
for tho plaintiff. The Chicago Legal Ad
viser says with reference to tho caso and
tho decision: "Tho questions raised were
now to the courts of this state, uud as will
bo semi, aro of great importance. In view
of thu fact that tho credit of tho country is
to a groat extent based upon tho financial
reports of the different commercial agon
cic.a, xnd of tho manner in which such re
ports aro generally eibtaiuod, usually
through the representations of parties them
solves as to thoir fluacial ability, made to
tho agents of tho reporters, tho judgment
In this case seems nn eminently just ono.
Some protection thould bo given to mor
chants and others who give credit to parties
reported to bo solvent, and since it has be
come the custom ou one hand for
parties to report to such Agencies thoir
financial standing, and on the other, for
sellers to rely upon such reports in giving
credit, it certainly ought to bo the law that
if a party makes a false representation, and
another suffers thereby, though it be done
through tho medium of a disinterested
third party, ho who aided in peipetrating
tho fraud, or was tho means of tho loss,
should be made to respond in damages."
Another chapter may now bo publish
ed concerning tho case of incendiarism in
Columbus, Ky., Friday, of which mention
was made in Saturday's Bulletin. Tho
man Gardner, who was suspected of the
act and escaped then, was captured by
Marshal Bryant. and posse, of Columbus, in
tho vicinity of llenson station, Mo. H
was taken back to the scene of his "devil
ment" and there he confessed his guilt, but
said that ho had been hired to do the mis
chief by two citizens of Columbus, a tailor
named Duffy and a grocer named Frank
Smith. These, bo said, had ijrudges
against the authorities of Colombus.because
of a failure of said authorities to allow cer
tain claims against the city held by Smith
and Duffy, and they anight vengeance in
the manner mentioned. Smith and Duffy
have been arrested and are held to answer
before the courts. There is considerable
excitement in the little town.
Saturday Chief Myers arrested a stran
ger who came into the city riding a horse
that ho offered to bl-II. Questions put to
the stranger by tho chief led the bitter to
suspect theft and he ai rested the rider and
took possession of the horse. The horse is
of a yellowish color, an I bore every sin of
having been ridden along distance-without
an interval of rest. His feet were worn
down nearly to the flesh. Tho mm gave
his name as George W. Mayfield, said he
came from Adiville, Perry comity, Ind.,
where he had been engaged in farming for
some time. But he didn't know the name
of the sheriffof his county, nr did his name
appear upon the tax book", ho said. He
sail he traded horses at Equality, III. He
is of medium build, light haircut short;
wore brown suit, light hat, box-towed
boots. He was still in custody yesterday
and no proof of his guilt other than that
mentioned had been obtained. There isltitle
doubt but that the mm is not entirely
A Premium for Babiin.
The proposed French law provides
that every head of a family who has
more than four children shall'bc entitled
Is a reduction f lo j-r cent, in his an
nual taxes, nnd to an additional reduc
tion of .0 per cent, for each child in ex
cess of five. Incase the head of tho
family pays no taxes, or if his taxes do
not exceed 1S) francs a year, then he
shall be entitled to a premium of
francs for his fifth child and to another
premium, in each case larger by l(M)
francs than tho preceding, for each ad
ditional child he may have. Tin; pro
ject of Mr. J'ievre - for that is the name
of the author of the bill may seem em
pirical, not to nay comical, but tho fact
is, that the population of France is at a
standstill, is not actually diminishing-.
Tho pernicious example, of limiting chil
dren is set by tho upper classes of so
ciety. Among the wealthy nnd middle
classes largo families are looked upon
as misfortunes - not so much on account
of the immediate expense attending
unon tho birth, support and education
ol children as on account of tho neces
sity for making the provisions for their
future that the social custom of this na
tion enforce. If tho children are girls,
the parents nm-.t set aside annually a
sufficient sum to provide them with a
dot or dowry, without which they can
not hope- to find husbands for their
daughters; if tho children arc boys, the
capital t) start them in business must bo
provided. This means years of saving
and eooiiomv, even among tho wealthy
classes of society, and parents find it
a much simpler matter to economize in
the number of their children. Two or
at most threo children, are admissible,
and there are very few families in easy
circumstances that exceed that number.
So deeply has this feeling become root
ed in the social lifo of the nation that
oarents who havo large families are
looked upon ns boin; culpably and in
decently improvident. As by far the
great majority of marriages among
those in moderate or easy circumstances
are formed upon purely financial condi
tions, and aro arranged by tho parents,
the affections have but little to do with
them; nnd hence this violation of tho
laws of nature is not difficult as you
A cranky old man named Blake,
Says St. Jacobs Oil "takes tho cake,"
Ho gavo it ono test,
Ami Bays its the best,
Curo in the world for backache.
Why (loci the rooater crow at two!
Cock doodlo dool
Here I am, lvlng wnto awake;
The Hour ban atrnek, and no mltake;
Hut for marking tho time ho takes tho cake,
That cock on bin orch inldnt the hnnaj
1'or mitrklng tbo time at this horrid hnu-,
When the bimy bee's in her loafy bowor;
When cow and borne and oven cat,
Tired of watching In vain for thu rat,
Hluuplng on to tho chime in the tower,
Marking the timo, that wattlod cock,
Crloa ovor thu foice to the neighbor's crew,
"Theae bona are mno I So what say you t
Cock e doodle doof"
Ah me I 'lis loneaome here alone
I Wife andbablei aiDlion Spring").
Tonxlng about an pine and prono,
Whllti that root tor flaps hli clnmay wings
With bit "Cock dondlo dool"
-Think I'll go too.
SPECIAL LOCAL. ITEMS.
noticealu thia column, eigni cents per line for
Bret and five) cent pur line each auhaeuuent tneer
lon. For one wok. 30cuuta per line. Yot on
Doutb.HUcenla per Una
room two-story bouse and a ten
room cottsge, on Thirteenth street, near
For terms apply to
Louis II. Mvehs.
Until Saturday eveuing July 28th, bids
will be received by the School Board for
raising the colored school building, situated
on Walnut street, between Seventeenth and
Eighteenth streets, three feet above Jits
present level, and extending brick founda
tion up to same point. M. J. Howlkv,
For Sale or Trade.
A first-class property consisting of 3 acres,
garden, etc., a good dwelling house, a store
house 70 feet deep, 2-storv barn, ft h mi at n
curncribii, Htuokif-hoiuu. well, cistern, etc.!
. ( 1 nil ' ?
bi uiueniieiu j,ano.ing can lie bought for
cash or I will exchange for Cairo property.
I mean business. Come and see me.
S!f John Tanner.
Farm hands; wages $15.00 per month.
Apply to H. J. Deal & Son, Charleston,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A t.ew borne shoeint.' shoo has been niwri.
ed by Mr. I, powers ou Tenth street. All
manner ot blacksmdhing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing woik a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Ice, Wood uud Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dty wood, sawed, 1 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob Klec's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
Worthy of Praiae.
As a rule we do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then wo consider it our
duly to impart that information tn all.
Electric Bitters are truly a moat valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, -ven when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Each. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay Bros. (C)
To The West.
'Mure are a number ot routes leading to
the ahove-rueutioncd section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
lirest make are attached to all trains.
At Kanaas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
if 'r-iia "'"ltc-ct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KlJiNAN, F. ClIANDI.EK,
Ass't Gen'l IVs. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent.
To all who are buffering from the errors
nnd indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
net-s, early decay, fosg of manhood, &c, I
wiil send a recipe that will crreyou, ntEB
ok ciiAitoR. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joe Km T. Inman, Station D., New York
William II. Kawson, Chicago, III., says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters completely cured me
of dyspepsia; I had suffered for two years."
Prevent sickness by taking occasionally
ono of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolute cure of
Biliousness. 15 cents. (4)
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers.tho "Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
riiicKicn's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve !n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rl.eura, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pur box. For sale by Harry
We cauuot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You aro requested to call at Birclay
Bron' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you aro suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any nffection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (8)
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teelhi If so,
send at once and get a bottlo of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will ro
lievo' tho poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, thcro is
no mistuke about it. It cures dysentery nnd
tlianhiua, regulates thu 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 Soothing Sytup for Children Teething
is pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip
tion of one of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nurses In the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
tho world, Price 20 cents a bcftlu.