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We have just received the nobbiest line of ever shown in embroidered, embossed, Plush. French Kid and Straight Goat in all style?, prices and shapes. We are showing the most pleasing line of LADIES'. GENTS' and CIIILDJJEN'S SHOES manufactured by Celebrated' Philadelphia, New York and Kochester firms. , A. delight to the eye is our beauti ful array of Boots and Shoes. Gentlemen troubled with corns and bunions can be relieved by hiving us make thera a pair of Boots or Shoes. BLACK BEOTHERS, 110 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL. E. .:.A. .:. BUDER, HP lOt Commercial Ave., CAIRO, ILL- .NEW ADVKitTIShMKNTH, AMUSEMENTS. 'ANTEI)-l.dl- or OentW-men to take light. plra.aut ai,d easy employment l ihelrown 'I ATRfWVPPR A TTflTTSP. horouio'K.oMbf null ((ll.ince no objection); VilJllA lXXJUdlJ. ?! lo j day can he quietly nude: no cauvs riut. v Wttts .ddrva Globe Mfg to., lloeton, Man.., E2i!!!2 HAPPY NEW YEAH ! Xin-nnA .ok of ioo p.g.sonT yirr-i I' II PilVix' coii'l.hlp, i"ut free 111 I I j Ki'k, N. J NO A Hclid Scents for pn.l "DVKItr'l-EHSI urd fir our f-elecl L si ol Lecal Nt'wf umipm. (Ho. r. Howell A Co., 1U Spruce street, Sew Yjtk. CONSUMPTION, In Uloirli'!MI"0 I l "'i'IT0 MK1 II.M rRr.ll rlhir Willi Vl.rm.KTKKTI!KiiUiliild).M ' Dtt. T, A. btutt)!, Ill Yrl I ifi. Hnlv SI BY MAIL POST-PAID. KNOW THYSELF, A Great Medical Work on Manhood Khanstod Vitality. Norton tnd I'by.iral Do lillltv. l'rwmntmu Decline In Mttti, Krror ol Youth, aud untold miseries rccutlinu Irom Indis cretion or excesses A book for every man. vounit. tulddle-sged and ld. It contain liS prescriptions (or All scuto tun chrome dlsea.e, each one ol w..ieh l.i Invaluable. to lomid by the Author, whose experience fur 2-) your In such a probably never before full to thf lot ir any physician. 8(H) pages, liouud In beautiful French muslin, umhoi sed covers, lul' (llt, guaranteed to be a flnur work id ry sense uterhanlcal, litcrnry mid prole nlor.il than nny other work told lo thin country fortii.no ortlut ntJiicjr will lio rcfundud In vor lminci. J'rlro only I.m by "null, pomphld. llliitrllvf nmn lu a cimlri. fend now. Hold mudul wrdi'd tlm untlior lir tho Nmlo"l Mudlcil A"cir.tloi). to the t lllrcrt rl which ho Men. The Hi-lr'nco ol Xif fhonld h rrnd by tho young for InotriKtlon, mid by tint nffllrtud for itiUcf. It Will himiMllBll.-London l.ir.rrt. Tliiirc l no mumlit-r nl notictv to whom tli Hcl encouf I.Ho will not ho n.i'nil, wluthvr ynulli, pnn ri gnurdlftti, limtructnr or clorgtnmu, Argo UIAddro( tho lWmdy Mpdlcnl Inntituto. or I)r W. II, Purkur, No. 4 liullliioh (ttrnvt. llimton, Mufti,, who tnv b coniultvd on nil dlKtu.ci ra aiilrlnir iklll nnd (xpurii'iK'o. Chronlo mid obxtl nnifulUoi.t'UhHt !) ham.d 111 A 1 tho. kill nt nlloMirphyi!rmn; i l l lJllJ cllt. Hu.htr.'lid uo rPH YSRI ,K comiiiII without nn limt- Ul lOriliT nrttol Imliir Wonliun lulu paiivr. St. LouU & Sew Orleans Anchor Line. Two boats jior week leavo Cairo for New Orlenim and all way landing's (lurlny; tlio freeze up. fallowed by tli Pnlilrilny rvoiilnR, TIIOH. AV . KinilCI.DW, AU 1HrrT mire money limn nt nnvihlntf elufby IT 111 nkllii( mi nitnticy for Ilia ben! i'lllui( ' ' bonk mil, llvKlunari ttccied grnndly HouefHtl, Trrm frfl . HALLKJT UUOK CO , 1'ortlnu JMluo. THE DAIJLV he WAUKENPHAST, tho Easiest-31a Jibs Shoes Worn. ESTABLISHED 1861. SPECIA.I Holiday -:- Presents! Gold, Diamonds, Solid Silver, PLATE D-AV A. K E. J-jtT Musical Instruments. St. Louis Prices rnplicated. Two Perforinan'-PH, at 3 Und 8 o'clock 1J. M. THURSDAY. JAN. 1, 1S85. Tho Comedy Kventof the fc'eason! Pronounced Ly Press and Tublic the Funulest Comedy of tho Present Age. Murray and Murphy, Under tho manigomcat of VM. EMMETT. I'roprlftor Olymplo Theatre, Chtcngo, TUB MOSr ARriSTIO IRISH COMEDIANS AND CUAKAC1EH ACTOltS OFTUS DAY, In their Now and Original Production, ''Our Irish Visitors." Col. Gllhoolcy - Thou. E. Murray Jerry McUitiuia Mark Murphy Aud a Company of Vory Fine Dramatic and bpeclaliy Artlets. fAdml.ilon 5 tnd 75c; gallery 25c. Ke urvvd tcuta at liudur't. 1830-1WHJ,. 25th Anniversary Ball OF THE . ARAB FIRE CO. IDEAL LEAGUE HALL, New Year's Eve, Dec 31, 1031 irTlckol.l.nn. T, J, Kurth, JofT Clark nd D, 1'', make, Committee of ArrauKomouta. Bulwer Lytton's Bridge. Where It Touches tho Shores and tho (.rent Columns In Midstream. "Whit a beautiful b rid no between old age and childhood U religion. Uow Intuitively the child lietrlne wtlh prayer aud worship on entorlng lllu, and how lututtlruly on quitting life, the old man turni bark to prayer and wor.hlp, patting hlmiolf agnln ride by aide with the lnfnnt," remnrki Sir K. BulwertLytton.ln hli "Strange Story," 'Yon, but between lta dlitaut abutmonta the bridge of life hui many high and awful archea, thrntigh which the wild watort daih and roar In wrath and denotation. Waver and womhlp alone donot KiiKtnin thepo. Nnluro' solid rocka mu.t ruur and aolldlly the struoiuro overhead. Ood'a will I bent exemplified In the law lie hna made for the creaturea whom Ileum placed nnd'r their control, Nulther the cbtld'a trtrnful "Our Fathor," nor the old mau'a "rorirnt me not In the midst of mine Inflrmltlva." will alter thli by the weight of a Inula main, Snlonott and art flrat then faith and prnvorla tttoordi'rorilnavtin itself. Divinity heala through lta ngiiM, and thoe ngiuiti are the dlacoverlea of innn not the vague announcement ot prophet or aeur. 1 Itleaburduu to your Does time dratif I. your power to enpo with lllu'i uroHluu und da tlet wenkt'nt'dT You r not well, Your blood Is HiUKlsh and lulnt d, perhapa; or so me Important organ t torrid or overworked. Tin fiict uiny have taken the form of dyspepsia, rheumatism, gout, malurla, pains In the elomach, chroulo heartache, or any ofa doaen other Ilia, PAltlCKIl'S TON 10 will 'uvlgorale )on, af fresh air lnvlKo-ate those who hive been aliut up In damn, fetid cell, It la powerful, pnra, delicious, aoluntlfle, aafe the key itvu of the ceutral arcli of the btldgo of life. OAlttO-JULLfefrlft: WEDNESDAY MOllNiNG, bfedfcMBER M, 1884. GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS Tho Inut day of 1884. Tlio Arabs daoce to-night. Tho now skatioi; rink opeus t U is even ing. Tlio tulittcco cnip of tliis year is the largest ever gathered lu this couotry. Mr. Elmer Coming in recoveiiui. He wag able to git up a aliort time yesterday. Notwithstanding the hard times, there in one thing we have an abundance of mud. A numb, r of "watch meetings" will be held to-night principally by younij folks in pairs. A wreck in Noitu Cairo, caused by tiie sinking of the track, delayed trains several hours yesterday morning. A colored man stole a locket at F urn baker's, yesterday, but was collared by Mr. F. and compelled to disgorge. j Mrs. Edward' Clark, nee Mus Annie Pitcher, is expected in Cairo next week on a visit to friends and relatives. Mr. A. 8. Willoughby, accompanied by his bride, arrived in Cairo yesterday and were welcomed by numerous friends. To-morrow being the Feaet of the Circumcision, High Mass will be celebrated in the Catholic churches at 8 o'clock a. m. "Our Irish Visitors" will doubtless present a clean show. They were washed off (theKbill-boards) three times during the past week, The entertainment given by the ladies of the Episcopal church last evening, at tbe residence of Chas. Gnlighcr, Esq , was a decided success. A citizen of Cairo spent Christmas at the old fireside and has favored us with his thoughts, entitled "Christmas at Ilome," in' another column. Dr. Frank Enders, formerly of Padu cah, died at Wailuku, island of Maui, Sandwich Islands, November 29. He was physician to the king. Tbe funeral of II. F. Potter's little son occurred yesterday afternoon and was largely attended. The remains were in terred at Beech Grove. Officer Mahanny fcund Billy Franklin raising a distnrbanoe in Pinch and collared him. Magistrate Comings assessed Billy $5 Bnd costs for hie sport. Dr. Parker has gone to Blandville, Ky., to perform a delicate surgical opera tion upon tbe person of Mr. Coffca's little girl, who is suffering from diphtheria. Wanted, a good girl to do general house-work. Good wages will be paid to a No. 1 erirl. Apply to Mrs. J. W. King, cor ner Twenty-eighth and Walnut streets. 3t Mr. Tilden has announced his determi nation to attend the inauguration of Mr. Cleveland. lie has engage J rooms at Will ard's hotel, and expects to spend two weeks in Washington. Jons Meier. This celebrated shoe is on sale at the New York Store, custom made and warranted. We offer the cheap est lino of calf and kip boots in the city. Give us a call. 8f. A fire at Paducah destroyed the Padu cah Furniture Manufacturing Co.'s build ing and contents, the loss amounting to $30,000. Adjoining buildings were dam aged to the extent of $5,000. Oysters. We Bhall receive daily, un til Jan. 1, '85 by express fresh bulk oysters which wo ofler by the pint, quart or gallon, all solid meat. Also by tho can at the New York Store. 8t. The Bloomington Bulletin says: "Hon. D. T. Linegar, of the Cairo district, will ask the legislature to make an appropria-' tion for the re-building of the Southern Il linois Normal school building at Carbon dale." B. B. Shok Co. We have a full line of custom-made shoes for ladies, misses and children of the above make. Every pair warranted by tho Bryan Brown Shoe Co., to be first class or no sale at the New York Store. 8t The bad walks on the leveo aro be coming worBe daily. It would be cheaper for the city to construct new walks than to pay heavy damages for injuries received. Thero are numerous holes in the walk nearly large enough for a child to fall through. I have 100 nice turkeys for Christmas and will be pionsed to have your orders. Also cranborries, oysters, celery, prunes, currants, raisins, etc. in fuct, a full tine of staple and fancy groceries at lowest prices. Walter B. Pettis, the grocer. Ot Dan Buckner, a colored boy, whs fined 10 and costs by Judge Robinson, yester day, for offensive conduct. Tlio judge read him a severe lecture, after which the boy' fathor producod a twenty-dollar bill and paid tho One and costs, amounting to 117.70. From this da to till January 1, 1883, all wiuter goods, such as Indies' and child ren's cloaks, shawls, flannels, blankots, cashmeres, and all dross goods in u,moral, are reduced to IS percent from former prices at Goldstlne & Rosenwator't. Please call and ennvinco yourselves. tf A nun, wife and child were in tho city yesterday, endeavoring to procure transportation to Memphis, Tho author ities at Cincinnati sent them as far as Lou isville; tho officials at that place sont them to Paducah, where they were passed to Cairo, They were intelligent, respectable looking people, and uppcarod to bo worthy of charity, Remember the flremau's ball of tho Arab Fire Co., New Years Evo, which 1b right ut hand. Take a ticket only one dollar and if you can't attend, show your good will toward the boys. Tickets are ou Bale at Paul II. Scliuh's tobacco store, Har ry Shuh's drug store' and Frank Uenly's drug store. 2t. The man picked up on the streots of Paducah, aud who died in the lock-up, has been identified as Michael Murphy, of Golconda. lie had been working in Mem phis and was returning home, but owing to exposure and want of food, ho full on the street from exhaustion. He was a hard-working, industrious man and loaves a wife and two cbildron. A letter was shown us yostorday by Officer Mahanny, from John Resing, an Evansville detective, which states that tho gold watch and chain found in the posses sion of Dave Johnson, tho Cairo negro, in jail at that pUce, was stolen from II. C. Merritt, of Clarksvillc, Tenn,, and that the prisoner will be taken there as soon as tbe necessary papeis arrive. It is safe to as sert that Johnson will not trouble the peo ple of this vicinity for some time to come, "Our Irish Visitors," at the opera house New Year's night, has been written simply to amuse, and it has ma le a posi tive bit. It contains numerous amusing situations, which keeps tho audience in continual roars of laughter. The manage ment is to be congratulated on having se cured two such capital comedians as Mur ray and Murphy, and a most excellent company. It is a very pleasing entertain ment, brimful of exuberant humor and comical situations. The (un is of the gen uine sort, never broad nor vulgar, and tbe hits follow one another so rapidly that the spectator lias no time to reconcile the ec centricities. Matinee to-morrow afternoon. Thirty-four years ago Mr. J. A. Dixon left Corinth, Miss., on a mulo to seek his fortune in tho far west. Yesterday he was in Cairo, on bis way to his old home to visit his mother, whom he has- not seen since he left home when a bjy. Ho made a fortune in Arizona, and having met a number of Capt. Williams' friends during his residence in the territory he called on that gettleraan yes'crday and had a pleas ant chat. The trip irom Arizona was Mr. Dixon's first ride on a railway. A recent decision of the supreme court of Illinois is a warning to people to look out when they buy commutation railroad tickets, and see that they coctaia do inac curacies, by which tbey may bo rendered void. A Mr. Bannermau bought a ticket for big wife, Mrs. E. Bannerman, but by an error the "a" was left off from tho "Mrs.," so that it read as if it was for himself. The wifo undertook to ridu on the ticket, which the conductor refused to accept, and as she would not pay her fare she was t jected from tho car. She sued tho railroad com pany for damages, and was defeated in all the courts. Judge W. U. Green, of Cairo, was in the city yesterday, a guest ot the Richmond house. While hero he had a talk with some of "our prominent citizens relative to the Wetaug and Paducah road, recently projected and at ono timo regarded as a certainty by tho people of Paducah, Me tropolis and along tho proposed routo. The judge said the scheme was not as dead as generally supposed, and if it ''bubbud up" early in the coming spring quite promi nently our people musn't bo surprised. Tho judge has great faith in tho projected lino. Paducnh News. The Indianapolis Sentinel is realizing that parties as well as republics aro un grateful that the newspaper that works hardest for a political party in a campaign particularly the democratic party -Is the first to receive tho "cold shoulder" and tho last to bo appreciated by the members of that party. The Senlinel Btruck harder and oftencr and more untiringly for the party against Blaine in the late "unpleas antness," and its recompense is an attempt ed orgauiz. tion in that city by leading democrats for tho purposo of starting "a giod democratic paper." The cxpcrietico of the Sentinel is that of democratic dows papers, largo and small, all over tho Unitod States, not excepting even the Cinci inati Enquirer. - To-morrow is "New Year's day," but as the Post-Dispatch says, "Ono ot the in dustries which will suffer severoly by the business depression is tho industry of New Year's calling. We advise all young men who contemplate calling to prepare them selves accordingly. When each young lady says as sho certaiuly will say 'I under stand that calling is much less general thli year than formerly,' the young man should promptly tos the ball of conversation back by replying in an easy manner, 'Oh, yes, very much so, Indeed. I have noticed that myself.' Tho groat art of conversation con sists in being ready for any emergency, and the youth who aspires to thine in society can perform his duty to civilization only by maintaining the high iutelloolual Huvol which marks tho social intetchango of thought on Now Year's day." A recent estimate of tlio assessable valuo of taxablo property In the various southern states shows an enormous increase in valuo during tho fiscal year. , Texas, as expected, comes first, with an inereasu of about $.13,000,000, and much to tho sur prise of all but tho keen ones who havo soon her wouderful improvements. Ken tucky come next with a gain of 127.000. 000. Thon comes North Carolina with hor $24,000,000; various other states showing gains varying from $5,000,000 to $23,000, 000, Louisiana footing the list with about $4,000,000; the aggregate of southern ac cumulations for the year being summed up to the enormous amount of very nearly $300,000,000, a showing which does great credit to tho energetic ability of tho new south, and a record of which no single state need feel ashtiaed. And this is but tho first fruits of her enorgy. Tho next ten years will see such an accumulation of wealth in tho south as would startle the most sanguine to contemplate now. The discoverer of the richest mine in Leadville, in an insolent mood, disposed of his ownership for $40,000, being fully con vinced that ho would experience no diffi culty in fiuding still richer deposits in tho neighborhood. Before a year elapsed it produced its new owners over a million, whilo bo, after squandering and gambling away his money, wanders a homeless tramp ragged and tattered through the new state, seeking for new layers of the noble metal, which ho has never found. Look out for counterfeit silver dollars. There is in circulation a very dangerous counterfeit of the silver dollar, bearing datus from 1878 to 1884. It is made of white metal plated with silver, is but little short in weight, and has passed through the hands of many bankers without detec tion, A considerable number of them'have been received at the Chicago sub-treasury. A counterfeit $10 bill of tbo third national bank of Cincinnati is also in circulation. It is, however, easily detected, tho paper being greasy and without fibre, and tho face dim, though tho back is well execu ted. Hon. Geo. R. Wendling, the gifted or ator, in whom eloqucnco, grace and an un usually pleasing voice are united,, and with whose wonderful powers of fascination tho people of Cairo aro already familiar, will give one of his novel entertainments entit led "An Evening with Dickens," in the op era house next Tuesday evening, Jan. 5. In this lecture he will be assisted by the use of a steieoptican, giving tho pictures of eminent statesmen, authors and poets, as well as making one personally acquainted with many of tho well known characters of Dickens. As this entertainment is of the highest order, it is hoped our citizens will encourage the W. C. & L. A., and instruct and elevate themselves by being present in large numbers. Admission adults CO cents, children under 14, 25 cents, school children over 14, 33 cents. St Christmas at Home. Communicated. Christmas is so inseparably connected with the gathering together of households that a whole chapter on that merry time is olten only a pago of family history. This page tells no tale of woo, but is tho herald of good cheer and the sumptuous dinner, of which roast turkey and miace pies form no unimportant part of the bill of fare. Ven erable gray heads, that have stood perhaps sixty years of buffeting with life, deals out turkey and cranberry sauce to youths from scarce six summers to those who know what it is to take care of No. 1. And tho mother in every sense that goes to make that namo dear waits on them with all the etcetoras that go to make a Christmas dinner enjoyable and the sncceeding night but wo aro not talking about Cbriatmas nii'ht. Then the merry-making and tho telling of experiences, always throwing over them the glamour of fun or the mantle of chari ty; tho word of rebuke from tho father at some frivilous wrong, told in jest; the look of approval from the mother at a deed of charity told in tho same strain, havo left their impression, and all unconsciously they aro a power for good. So sons and daughters and households go forth with better purposes, nobler aims and higher aspirations, all on account of tho holy timo and tho gathering at homo. No ono gathors around such a board with out fueling tho clevatiug iufluonco, with out feeling that the battle of lifo is not all in vain and ho goes forth bettor prepared than ever for tho rough and tumble fight in which prudence and forethought are al ways conquerors. Lucky, yea, thrice lucky is he who has tho home, the fireside, tho loving father, mother, sister, brother to keep and diroct him.. Long live tho Christina, time, with its holy associations and may it grow every year more and more hullowod and to every heart more dear as a timo of family reun ions, and ma thoy heart be opened and the cares lightened at least ouco a year. Cuic. I would not live alway, I ask not to stay, Where ncho after ache, doubles up every day, But since I've heard what all have to say, Thnt St. Jacobs Oil cures, I'll not go away. Happy New Year. 1885. To Mt Fms5DARD Patromsi-I most cordially Invito you to attend an elegant lunch which will be extended you at the Bowery, on Eighth ttroot, on the first day of January, 1883, the dawu of tlio New Year, Wishing my friends and patron a happy Now Year, aud trusting to receive a liberal share of your patronage In tho future, I re raalu Vory respectfully yours, It Cua. F. Bo win. : SPECIAL NOTICES. Office Of The Cairo Trust Property. Cairo, Ills., Dec. 30, 1884. Notice is horoby given that any person found burying dead bodies on any of the lands of the Cairo Trust Company, especial ly upon or noar to Oravoyard Ridge, will be prosecuted a trespassers, and a reward of twenty-five dollar i hereby offered for such information as will lead to the convic tion of any such trespassers. S. StaatsTaylob, Trustee. New Dining Koora, just opened, Botto's new building up atairs. Repellents, Down they go to 87, 40 and 45 cents per yard from formor prices. They must be sold at the New York Store. 8t. Look for the Red Light, at DeBuuo's 60 Ohio leveo. tf C. Koch, Manufacturer and Dealer in boots and shoes, keeps always on hand a large assortment of gents' and ladies' boots, shoes and rubbers ot all style and size. Uand-mado goods a specialty, also alway on hand leather and finding. It will pay you to call on him before purchasing else whore. His prices are very low and satis faction guaranteed. Hewett can supply you with the best Oysters in the city. tf Christmas and New Year. We havo on hand for holiday trado, new raisins currants, prunes, citron, jellies, mince meat, apple butter, preserves, oranges, lemons, nuts, cocoanuts fancy caudies, both Ameri can and f.-encb, new hams, Brockfort bacon, chow chow and mixed pickles by the pint or quart, and all family goods needed. Telephone No. 11 for price. New York atoro. et. For the Best Oysters, go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio leveo. tf Mothers I Mothers I Do not let your little darling suffer so with that horrid cough I Goto your drug -storo and get a bottle of Dr. JacksonV Syrup of Lungwort and Wild Cherry. . J4'- ' go nice vnur rinrlinnr will ha riuliahtaii tVlN. , - n ..... WW V.,M.WM .V T - -Jf-j take it, and it will stop the cough, cure any lyP 1 1 1,. wi iuu Luuijnuiut iuivft.ur iubu Buy other remedy. Sold at 25c, 50c. and $1.00 per bottle. 1 Place your orders Oysters and Fish. with Hewett for .tf Cloaks.-We havo a full lino of dol mans, cloaks, ulsters, wraps, Newmarket etc. Prices on these goods are marked down and they must be sold, at the New York Store. 8t. For a Good Meal or a good room, go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. ' tf Entrance to Botto'd DInlnir-room, on Commercial avenue and on Seventh St. Notice. Men and boy's overcoats and chlldrens clothing all bought at the bank rupt sale and we offer them 23 and 40 per cent, less than sold elsewhere in our city, at the New York Store. 8t. Ilewett's Oyster Depot is on Eighth street, one door east of Commercial. tf Very Remarkable Recovery. Mr. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Mich., writes: "My wife has been almost helpless for five years, so helpless that she could not turn over in bed alone. She used two bottles of Electric Bitters, and is so much improved, that she is ablo now to do her own work." Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their great curatiye powers. Only fifty cents a bottle at Barclay Bros. (2) Oysters, First-cIa.Hn, in all Styles, at Botto's restaurant, up stairs. Fifi'y. Wo have just received fifty pieces mpre of that brown Canton flannel at 5 cents per yar 1. Also Hamilton Stout for 8 cents per yard. Dress goods reduced 23 per cunt, and must bo sold to close. Ex amine them. LonBdalo muslin 8 cents per yard. All lines of fiannuls reduced 20 per cent at the New York Store. 8t. Kuckieu's Arnica Salve Tho Best Salve in the world for Cut, Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cure Piles. It i guaranteed to give per loct satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 35 cent pur. box. For aale by Barclay Brothers. Open Day and Night. DeBaun's restaurant, SO Ohio leveo. tf Only tho Best Brand of Oysters, at DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee. tf "Rougu cn Dentist" Tooth Powdor. Smooth, Refreshing, Harmless. Elegant. Cleansing, Ptesorativo and Fragrant. 15c. Druggists. Rush IlilL Mo July 91, 1883,-After suffering with tho toothache and neuralgia tor tnroo successive day I was advised to try Morrell'i Penetrating Oil, and after us ing one application I got immediate ruliof. I would uot be without it. Respectfully yours, Mrs. Belle Bicx. "Bucnu-Palbn." i- ' Quick, complete cure, all annoyiasr Kid ney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. It .00. Druggist. ' Hay Fever. ; I have been a hay fever sufferer for three year. Have often beard of Ely'i Cream Balm ipoken or In tho highest term; did not take much stock In It because, of the many quack medicine. A friend persuad ed me to try the batm and I did, so with wouderful success. This recommendation iou can use for the benefit of hay fever suf urort. T. S. Goer, SyracuM, N. Y. 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